#38 - IELTS Speaking test in Australia – June 2016 (Academic Module)

Test # 38

- What is your full name?
My name is (name_surname).

- Can I see your ID?
Yes sure!

- Where are you from?
I'm from (city). It is the (biggest/metro/industrial….) city of the state of (State’s name), situated in the (northern/western) part of my country.

- Do you work or study?
I’m a college student. I study at MSK College of Commerce.

- What subject are you studying?
I’m studying to be a Bachelor in Commerce studies. I’m in the last year of my three year course. I study accountancy, statistics and business administration.

Cue Card
Talk about a creative person in your country you are impressed with. Please say
- What are his/her achievements?
- Why do you admire him/her?
- How did he/she become so creative?
I would like to talk about a Bollywood actor of my country. His name is Hrithik Roshan and he is very popular in the film fraternity. I think he is very creative because he has done a variety of roles in his acting career and he has always experimented with his performances. This one particular film where he played the character of a fully grown abnormal boy was endearing, and at the same time his acting was extremely flawless and captivating. He won many awards for this portrayal, as well as for many other roles that he’s played, he has won many accolades. He is also a very fit guy and is very humble and down to earth. These things make me admire him the most. It is said that since childhood he liked to act and mimic different actors and he used to practice in front of a mirror at his house. Once his father caught him doing that and directed him to learn acting professionally. He’s learned from some of the best coaches in the industry but his own talent is incomparable.

-Do you think creativity is inborn?
The answer for this question is both yes and no. Some people are definitely born with talents, but people also can develop this in their lifetime. For example if someone wants to be a singer, he can take proper training from music academies and train himself to become a singer. On the other hand, there are also some people who have a natural gifted voice, and they have it a little easy to become singers.

-Do you think creative people are underpaid?
Yes I think so. Especially in my country, people do not value creativity. For example, jobs like being a painter, a dancer, a music composer are not too appreciated in my country unless you've made it big. Otherwise people just think you're wasting time. This is because people in my country value high earning jobs, and in the creative industry an initial period of struggling is required.
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