BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 3rd November

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 3rd November




Q1. What type of music do you like to listen to? (why?)

I like to listen to instrumental music because my stress goes for a toss whenever I hear it. Moreover, it improves our memory and concentration.

Q2. At what times of the day do you like to listen to music? Why?

Being a music enthusiast, I can listen to it all time. I hear devotional music to start my day with a bang in the morning. In the afternoon, I listen to classical music for relaxation, and in the evening, I listen to rock and pop to end my day on a good note.

Q3. Did you learn to play a musical instrument when you were a child? Why/ why not?

As a music fanatic from childhood, I have a keen interest in playing musical instruments. Seeing my enthusiasm, my father enrolled me in guitar classes, where I learned to play it with determination, dedication and discipline.

Q4. Should all children learn to play a musical instrument?

Playing a musical instrument is a prudent approach for children because it helps them think beyond the conventional domain and relieves their stress.


Describe the international music you like

What is it?

When did you listen to it for the first time?

Why do you like it?



It is unequivocal to say that music is an integral part of our lives, and we thrive primarily on it to meek us feel refreshed and energetic. Therefore, although I mostly listen to local music, I sometimes listen to international music.

And there is one international artist whose music I like the most.

What is it?

It is the instrumental music of Mozart.

When did you listen to it for the first time?

Last year there was a lockdown in my nation, so I had to stay at home for six months. After that, I went into depression because I had no work.

Seeing my plight, my father came to my rescue and advised me to listen to the instrumental music of Mozart. I followed his advice, and that was the time when I heard this wonderful music for the first time.

Why do you like it?

I like it because it has led to a paradigm shift in my life. Before listening to it, my life was going through a lean patch, and I was finding it hard to concentrate and focus on my work.

But after listening to the creations of Mozart, I started feeling relaxed, and my work performance improved considerably.

Moreover, this is instrumental, and this attribute allows anyone to listen to it without any language barrier. The life of its creator, the renowned musician Mozart was stressful and to come out of his unfortunate circumstances; he created this music.

I advise everyone to make this music an integral part of their lives.


Here are some examples of follow-up questions that the examiner might ask during your speaking part 3 related to the cue card “Describe the international music you like”.

Q1.What music do you dislike?

I wouldn’t say I like loud music because it catches my head. But, on the other hand, soft music releases my stress and makes me feel better.

Q2.Is learning music become easy these days?

Learning music has become very easy in the contemporary epoch because of technology. These days there are various platforms which provide online training in music at almost no cost. Youtube is the prime example where you can learn music from seasoned musicians.

Q3.What is the best way to learn music?

Although many platforms are available to learn music, the best way is to gain knowledge under the aegis of a seasoned trainer because practical training saves both time and energy.

Q4.Is listening to music while studying advisable?

Listening to music while studying is imprudent because the human brain is not designed for multitasking. Hence, when we do two tasks simultaneously, our performance declines considerably.

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