Speaking part 1 (introductory questions) : Emails – ielts 7 band speaking – dynamic IELTS
1. Do you often write (or send) emails?
Yes, I do write and send emails frequently, especially for work purposes. Emails are an important means of communication, particularly in the professional world, and are used for a variety of reasons such as sending out project updates, arranging meetings, or simply staying in touch with my fellow mates.
2. What do you write about?
Most of the emails that I write are work-related. I often use emails to communicate with my colleagues and superiors about project updates, deadlines, and any other important information. Occasionally, I may also use emails to communicate with professors or classmates about assignments or group projects for school.
3. Do you think emails are useful?
Yes, I believe emails are very useful. Emails provide a fast and efficient means of communication, allowing us to easily send and receive messages from anywhere in the world. They are also more convenient than traditional mail as they do not require postage or physical delivery. Additionally, emails can be easily stored and organized, making it easy to keep track of important information.
4. What kinds of emails do you send and receive?
I send and receive a variety of emails, including work-related emails, personal emails, and promotional emails from various companies. Work-related emails usually involve communicating with colleagues and superiors about project updates, deadlines, and any other important information. Personal emails may include keeping in touch with family and friends, while promotional emails may include advertisements from companies or newsletters from various organizations.
5. Do you think it is a good thing that some companies send out letters/spam emails for the purpose of advertising?
No, I do not think it is a good thing for companies to send out spam emails or letters for the purpose of advertising. These types of emails can be annoying and disruptive to individuals who receive them, especially if they are sent frequently. Additionally, they may also be seen as a waste of resources and can be detrimental to the environment if they are not properly disposed of.
6. How often do you write letters?
I do not write letters very often, as most of my communication is done through email or other digital means. However, I may occasionally write a letter for personal reasons, such as to send a greeting card or thank-you note.
7. What do you write about?
When I do write letters, I typically write about personal topics, such as catching up with a friend or family member or expressing my gratitude for something.
8. On what occasions do you write letters?
I typically write letters on special occasions, such as birthdays, holidays, or other important events. I may also write letters to express my condolences or congratulations to someone.
9. Do you like writing letters to your relatives and friends? (why/why not?)
Yes, I do enjoy writing letters to my relatives and friends. I find that it can be a more personal and meaningful way to communicate with them, especially if we live far apart or do not get to see each other often. It also allows me to take the time to express my thoughts and feelings in a more deliberate and thoughtful way.
10.Do you and your friend keep in touch by (handwritten) letter?
No, I do not typically keep in touch with my friends through handwritten letters. While I enjoy writing letters, it is often more convenient and practical to communicate through digital means such as email, social media, or messaging apps.
11.How do you keep in touch with your friends and relatives (by email, letter, by phone, or by any other way)?
I primarily keep in touch with my friends and relatives through email, messaging apps, and social media. These digital means of communication are convenient and allow for quick and easy communication regardless of distance or location. However, I may also use phone calls or video calls for more personal communication.