Saturday, December 27, 2014

IELTS Speaking Test Venezuela Part 1 Questions



What is your full name?
My name is Jorge Morales
Can I see your ID?
Yes, sure, here’s my ID card
Where are you from?
I’m from Caracas
Do you work or study?
I do both. I’m working at the moment
and also studying for my degree in business administration and international
finance.
What do you do?
I work in administration in a national
company here in Caracas. I’m an assistant in the human resources department.
Do you like your job?
Yes, I like it a lot – I get to be
involved with lots of different projects and work with a variety of people so
it’s always interesting. One of the things \I like most about the work I do is
that most of the projects we deal with are aimed at improving things for the
employees of the company – so that’s a good thing and it’s nice to be part of
it.
What do you think
about handwriting?
I don’t know … I’ve never really
thought about it. I suppose it’s important if you have to do a lot of writing,
I mean it’s important that you have good handwriting so that people can read it
and understand it easily. I know that certain people such as doctors are
supposed to have really bad handwriting, but maybe now that much more writing
is done on computers and other devices, it’s not so important anymore for
people to have nice handwriting… as long as it is legible.
Do you think it is
possible to know somebody by their handwriting?
Personally, I don’t think many people
would be able to tell much about a person just by looking at their handwriting
– they might be able to guess some aspects of their character – but I think you
would need to be an expert in handwriting to really say with any certainty what
a person was like just based on a sample of their handwriting.
IELTS Speaking Test Venezuela Part 2 Questions
Describe a prize that
you would like to win. Please say:
·        
What
prize is it?
·        
Why
would you like to win it?
·        
What
do you have to do in order to win it?
I’d really love to win the women’s
national speed skating gold medal. That would be a wonderful prize to win. I’ve
been skating ever since I was a little girl and I think next year will be my
best chance to win a gold medal in the competition.



It would be great to be able to do it after all these years of practice and
also because I think in the future I might find it hard to commit enough time
to the sport to be able to perform as well, so next year might be the last year
that I compete due to pressure of time. I would really like to win it because
it would be a great way to end my competitive career as a skater. After that
I’ll probably just skate for fun or maybe help coach young skaters.



The first step will be qualifying for the regional competitions and hopefully
if I’m successful there I’ll get to represent my region at the national event
and compete against the best skaters in the country. It requires a lot of
training and discipline but I feel that this year I will be ready for it both
physically and mentally.
IELTS Speaking Test Venezuela Part 3 Questions
Do you think employers should reward
their employees more?
I think it depends on how well they
reward them at the moment. The important thing is that employees feel valued
and appreciated by their employers and that they feel motivated to do their
best at work at all times.



Sometimes, it’s not just a case of giving ‘rewards’ such as a bonus or
promotion, sometimes employees like the opportunity to grow and develop through
training or participating in other opportunities at work.



It’s important that employees feel their efforts are rewarded, but it doesn’t
always have to be just about money, there are various ways to reward people for
their hard work or contribution.
How do you think they
should do it?
Well, there are various different
methods which employers could use. Obviously there’s money, which could be in
the form of a one-off bonus or a permanent increase in wages or salary, special
prizes such as a gift, holiday or other treat and then there are the mutually
beneficial rewards such as encouraging employees to participate in professional
development and training opportunities which reward the employee with
additional skills and knowledge which also benefits the employer.



A lot depends on whether the idea of the reward is as a one-off short term
thing or part of a longer-term career plan. What’s probably most important is
that employers understand what it is important for individual employees – not
all people are motivated by the same type of reward.
Do you think
professional athletes earn too much money?
No, I believe that
athletes, like entertainers, earn what the market values their contribution to
be to their sport or art. If people didn’t think they were worth what they earn
– they wouldn’t be paid so much money.



You have to look at the difference between those athletes at the top of their
sport and those that compete at lower levels – it’s only the best who earn lots
of money and usually only in sports which are highly popular and commercialized
like football, soccer, motor racing and so on.



When you consider these athletes are the best in ‘their business’ and then
compare what they earn to international bankers and the top CEOs in the world,
it’s easy to understand why they earn so much – they are all at the top of
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