IELTS Speaking Test USA | Part 1
What is your name?My name is ...
Where do you come from?I'm from ..., in ...
Do you work or study?I'm a student at the moment, in my final year.
Do you walk in the evenings?Yes, sometimes. When I have time I like to go for a walk in the park near where we live. It's nice in the evenings - you can see all the people and the children playing and the trees and flowers smell beautiful.
Will you continue walking in the future? Why?Probably, because I like doing it and I think it's therapeutic and relaxing after a long day at university. It's a nice way to wind down and escape the hustle and bustle of the day.
Do you like cold or hot weather?I much prefer warm weather - not to cool but not too hot either; when it's too hot it becomes unbearable very quickly, you feel constantly wet and sticky when there is a lot of humidity.
Is there any kind of weather you don't like?Yes, really hot weather, as I said, it's just too uncomfortable for a long period of time, especially if you're trying to study or work.
IELTS speaking Test USA | Part2
A useful hand-made tool that you created | IELTS Speaking Answer
Anyway, when we finally arrived at the site where we planned to stay, we started unpacking all the stuff and finally realized that we had forgotten to pack a mallet to bang the tent pegs into the ground with. I thought for a moment and then I looked around where we were and saw a stick on the ground. I picked it up and then looked for a rock or a stone – it took me a couple of minutes to find one just the right size and shape for what I had in mind, but I did.
Then I got some cord which we had packed, and by experimenting a little I managed to tie or bind the stone to the stick to make a hammer – like a very basic hammer a prehistoric man might have made; very simple and not aesthetically appealing – but when we tested it – it worked just fine, so we were able to pitch our tent and finished getting organized.
I don’t think it would be very useful in everyday life, although I suppose if you didn’t have a mallet or hammer then it would be. It was a bit heavier than normal – but very effective. It was more of a challenge than anything else – just to see if we could do it or not – and if it would work. I’d much prefer to use a regular hammer if I was going to need it a lot around the home for example.