Speaking part 1 (introductory questions) : Time management – ielts 7 band speaking – dynamic IELTS
1. Are you ever late for anything?
I try my best not to be late for anything as I believe it is disrespectful to keep people waiting. However, there have been instances where I have been late due to unforeseen circumstances such as traffic or unexpected delays.
2. What excuses do you use when you are late?
I try not to make excuses when I am late as I believe it is better to own up to my mistakes. However, if there is a genuine reason for my lateness, such as a family emergency, I would explain the situation to the person I am meeting.
3. What excuses do people have when they are late?
Some common excuses people have for being late include traffic, public transportation delays, oversleeping, or simply forgetting the appointment.
4. Are you good at organizing time?
Yes, I believe I am good at organizing time. I like to make to-do lists and prioritize tasks to ensure that I can accomplish everything I need to in a timely manner.
5. How do you usually organize time?
I usually organize time by making a list of tasks that need to be done and assigning each task a priority level. I also like to estimate how much time each task will take and schedule my day accordingly.
6. Do you think planning is important for time management?
Yes, I believe planning is essential for effective time management. Without a plan, it is easy to get sidetracked or forget important tasks.
7. Why do you think some people pay to learn time management?
Some people may pay to learn time management because they struggle with prioritizing tasks, managing their time effectively, or suffer from procrastination. They may feel that they need external guidance and structure to help them achieve their goals.
8. Do you think children should learn to manage time?
Yes, I believe that teaching children time management skills from a young age is important as it can help them develop good habits and become more responsible adults. It can also reduce stress and increase productivity in their academic and personal lives.
9. Why do some people find it hard to follow their plans?
Some people may find it hard to follow their plans because they lack discipline or motivation, get easily distracted, or underestimate the time required for each task. They may also encounter unexpected obstacles or have difficulty adapting to changes in their schedule.
10. How would you teach your children time management?
I would teach my children time management by setting a good example and incorporating routines and schedules into their daily lives. I would also encourage them to prioritize tasks, break down big projects into smaller, more manageable tasks, and set realistic goals for themselves.
11. Do old people and young people manage time in a similar way?
Old people and young people may have different approaches to time management due to differences in their lifestyles and priorities. Older individuals may have more experience and established routines, while younger individuals may have more flexibility and adaptability. However, the principles of prioritization and planning are applicable to all ages.