Names: IELTS Speaking Part 1 Latest Questions With Answers. These are the IELTS Speaking part 1 Topics and Questions on general topics about your life. Your answers will be from your life and experience.
Names: IELTS Speaking Part 1 Latest Questions With Answers
Question 1:- Does your name have any special meaning?
Answer – Yes, my name has a special meaning. It consists of two words. Karam and Jeet. The meaning of my name is the person who wins over his Karma.
Question 2:- How would you choose names for your next generation?
Answer – As there is a tradition in my religion to give a name to a child after consulting it from the holy book. So I will keep the same tradition in future to give the name to my child.
Question 3:- Are there any differences between how Indians name their children now and in the past?
Answer – Yes, there is a lot of difference. In the past, Indians used to consult the holy books of their religion, and after that, they used to give a name to their child but now they have great options. They give names according to their choice, and sometimes they give names to their child by the name of a famous celebrity.
Question 4:- Does anyone in your family have the same name as you?
Answer – Not exactly; I think my name is given only to me in my family.
Question 5:- Are there any names that are more popular than others in India?
Answer – Yes, of course, there are a lot of names that are popular even in other countries. Names like Nicholas, Eden, Albert and others are more popular than in a country like India.
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NAME .HANNAH MUTHONI. CITY .NYERI,KENYA. IELTS OF THE NAME SPECIALISM. I thought my name was special earlier before but i came to realize it has no meaning to many so i decided to keep it on my own but incase of my generation i strictly want to polish it with white background as i believe i got baptized but roman Catholic forgot my name list in Kenya when their were sending other names in London University Church.