IELTS Speaking Part 1 Home country
Q1. Which part of your country do you like to live in?
I like to live in the northern part of India. It consists of both plains and hills. There are some famous cities like Chandigarh, Amritsar, Dehradun Etc. Apart from this, it has numerous hill stations like Manali, Mussorie, Shimla, Kasauli, Dalhousie, Chakrata, Chail and many more.
Another good thing about North India is it experiences all seasons, like summer, winter, autumn and rain. Due to that, you get a chance to wear all kinds of clothing items.
Moreover, you can enjoy various adventurous sports like skiing and river rafting because this area has many snow-covered mountains and water bodies.
Q2. What makes you feel proud of your country?
Many things make me feel proud of my country. Its unique point is its diversity in terms of languages, cultures, geography, music, dance etc.
In the contemporary epoch, my country is not leaving any stone unturned to become a developed one. Most big companies, such as Google, Facebook etc., have Indian CEOs because our education system produces the best brains.
Q3. Do you know the history of your country well?
There is no denying this conviction that India is one of the oldest civilizations. The excavations have unearthed cities like Harappa and Mohanjodaro, which had urban planning like any modern city of today’s era with planned sanitation systems.
Apart from this, many kings like Ashoka, Chandragupta Maurya and Vikramaditya acted beyond the conventional to enhance our culture. Later, leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Subhash Chandra Bose and Lal Bahadur Shastri led the country toward an impressive growth trajectory.
Q4. Will you stay in India in the future?
My country is growing at a rampant pace, but still, we are in the developing stage. I plan to pursue graduation from a developed nation like USA or UK. After that, I will work in that nation for a few years and amass a good sum of money, and after that, I will return to my home nation and spend money on its infrastructure development.