Are all your days the same?
Not really. My office / college days and my days off are quite different. While on a typical day I remain busy at the office / university, most of the time I stay home during my days off. The routines are also quite different. vacations, my routine changes and they are quite different from other busy days.
Tell me about your typical weekday and your typical weekend.
Well, on a typical weekday, I get up early in the morning, shower, and have breakfast. Then I hurry for my office / class and the bad traffic kills some time on the streets. After reaching the office / university, I need to focus on my work / studies and classes and I return home around 6:30 pm. I have dinner around 8:30 p.m., read the daily newspapers or a book, watch the news channel and surf the Internet. I study / spend time with my family until 11:30 am and then prepare to go to bed. I usually sleep around 12:30 pm and always try to read something or listen to music before I sleep. When I have an exam / office appointment I study / work late into the night.
When do you wake up?
Well, I’m an early riser and I wake up around 5 o’clock. Getting up early not only makes me feel refreshed and productive, it also prevents my skin from wrinkling.
What is your daily routine?
Well, I get up early in the morning for a light breakfast and go to the gym around 8am. After an hour of training, I leave the health club and go to the supermarket to buy food, prepare lunch and dinner. In the afternoon and evening, I go to my workplace and start work from 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
What part of the day do you like most?
I enjoy late at night when I get home from work, and everything is filled with a dim gray light. For me, it is a good time to rest in bed to chat with my roommates, surf the Internet, listen to music or watch a favorite movie.
Do you think it is important to have a daily routine?
If it is. A proper daily routine will help you organize your activities in the most sensible way. Without a daily routine, people tend to do things spontaneously, which could waste time and reduce your work efficiency. I think the disorganized can do it. get more benefits by creating a daily routine.
What’s the difference of routine between you and your teenager’s times?
Well I can say that there is a big difference between my life then and my current life, you know, when I was a teenager, besides focusing on studying, I had a lot of free time to pursue my interests like watching movies or listening to music. Instead, my routine and time management have gotten more strict now, since I graduated from university and started working as an English teacher, I am so busy with my work that I have little free time.
What is the busiest part of the day for you?
The afternoons are the busiest time of the day for me. I work for a UK company and my day starts at 2pm. At 3 p.m. I get bombarded with customer calls and emails and don’t have time to breathe.
Do you usually have the same routine every day? (or) Do you usually do the same things at the same time each day?
Most of the time yes. I’m an early riser even though I go to bed late. On weekdays, my work starts at 2:00 p.m. and I finish at 11:00 p.m. On the weekend I go shopping and sleep a little earlier Follow this schedule every week and there are no major changes unless we have partying.
Have you ever changed your routine?
Yes, it underwent a change about a month ago, I had a very tight schedule and was struggling to manage my goals, so I had to work until 2:00 a.m.
What is your typical day like IELTS Speaking?
This is twisted question. You need to describe your daily routine only. I have already mentioned answer of this question in above article.
How can I introduce myself in IELTS speaking part 1?
keep it short, and simple. in my case I would say – My Name is Nirav Gohel. I have done b.e in field of biomedical engineering from Gujarat Technological University. and since 2014 I am serving at XXX place.
What speaking skills are tested in Part 1 of the ielts speaking test?
Your speaking test is evaluated on basis of 4 criteria.
- Fluency and coherence (FC) = how clear and structured is your speech. To increase score for FC: …
- Lexical Resource (LR) = how good is your vocabulary. …
- Pronunciation (P) = how naturally you sound. …
- Grammatical Range and Accuracy (GRA) = how good is your grammar.
How can I get 8.5 in ielts speaking?
There is no shortcut. work hard, Improve your English, and keep practicing.