BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 8th November

BEST IELTS Speaking Interview, 8th November




Q1. Do you like to watch movies or TV shows that make people laugh?

Yes, because fierce competition has become an integral part of our lives in this modern era. In such a scenario, people have a gala when watching movies or TV shows, so most TV channels leave no stone unturned to create comedy content.

Q2. Do you usually make your friends laugh?

I have this uncanny knack for cracking jokes now and then. Due to this reason, whenever I meet my friends, we have guffaws of laughter through my perfectly timed jokes.

Q3. Are you the kind of person who makes people laugh?

Yes, I can make people laugh. Because I crack jokes based on the likes and dislikes of the person with whom I interact.

Q4. Do you think it is important to laugh with friends?

Yes, it is important to laugh with friends because this activity helps us burn our stress and spend gala time together. The time we spend laughing with friends always remains etched in our memories.


Describe a situation when you laughed at the wrong moment.

When was it?

Where was it?

Why did you laugh?

Why was it the wrong moment to laugh?



It is a gospel truth that laughing is medicine and helps us feel good by removing pessimism. However, there are a few situations when it is impolite to laugh. Recently I had such a moment.

When was it? And Where was it?

Last year the world went through a paradigm shift due to the corona pandemic. During that time, instead of going to school, I took online classes, and when the administration lifted the lockdown, I organized a party to which I invited all my classmates.

All of my friends reached in time except Andrew, who came late. We all started laughing when he arrived because Andrew had gained weight. Rather than greeting him correctly, I started body shaming and cracking jokes about his physique.

In the beginning, Andrew smiled, which later turned into tears.

Why was it a wrong moment to laugh?

After seeing drops in his eyes, I felt terrible and tried to talk to him. In the discussion, he told me that he went through a tough time in the last six months due to an adverse medical condition, and he gained weight, not by overeating but because of taking steroids to cure his ailment.

Listening to his story, I was in a state of sadness and realized my mistake. Before cracking jokes about someone’s physique, it is wise to know what situation that person is going through.

I immediately apologized to him and gave him special attention at the party.

In the end, he returned smiling, and I sighed in relief.


Here are some examples of follow-up questions that the examiner might ask during your speaking part 3 related to the cue card “Describe a situation when you laughed at the wrong moment.

Q1.Is laughing good for our health?

Yes, laughing is good for our health because it makes us feel pleasant. In the modern era, people from all walks of life have a substantial workload on their shoulders. Moreover, inflation and other pressing problems add to their woes. Hence, it is prudent for them to laugh so that they can reduce their stress.

Q2.Why do people laugh less these days?

These days people utilize a considerable part of their time running from pillar to post to make ends meet. Due to this reason, they do not have much time at their disposal to meet their near and dear ones. In a nutshell, their busy schedule doesn’t allow them many opportunities to laugh.

Q3.How can we make people laugh more?

We can make people laugh more by creating awareness among them regarding the benefits of laughter. We must tell them that laughter is a precious gift from god, and we must engage in it to have a happy and fruitful life.

Q4.Do you laugh at all types of jokes?

No, I do not laugh at all types of jokes. For example, I’m not too fond of jokes about politics, religion, and a person’s physical appearance.

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