Mirrors, Watch, Talent (IELTS Speaking Part-1 Answers)

In IELTS Speaking Part-1 Mirrors, Watch, Talent topics, there will be a Question & Answer session between the candidate and the examiner around one of these topics, 5-6 questions at most.

The examiner will also ask some general questions at the beginning about the candidate, for instance, about where you live, where you work, study etc.

Mirrors, Watch, Talent (IELTS Speaking Part-1 Answers)
IELTS Speaking Part-1: Mirrors, Watch, Talent
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Topic #1 – Mirrors

Following are the probable set of IELTS Speaking part – 1 questions that may be asked around Mirrors:

  • How often do you look at yourself in the mirror every day?
  • Have you ever bought mirrors?
  • Would you use Mirrors to decorate rooms?
  • Do you check yourself when you decide to buy a mirror?

How often do you look at yourself in the mirror every day?

When I leave for work, I check myself in the mirror at least more than once every day. A mirror helps me keep my looks well protected. Aside from that, whenever I get the chance, I flatter myself in the mirror. Looking in the mirror, I believe, always boosts confidence in a person.

Yes, I purchased a lovely mirror in Patiala last weekend. There was a heritage fair at Sheesh Mahal Palace. They had so many different kinds of art pieces. The mirror I bought has a great oak frame and an artistic look. It includes carving on the frame as well.

Would you use Mirrors to decorate rooms?

Well, I would definitely decorate the rooms with mirrors. Not only are mirrors a great way to make a room feel bigger, but they also add light to dimly lit corners and spaces. Moreover, Round mirrors can be used as a central focal point in rooms and make spaces feel more relaxed and inviting.

Do you check yourself when you decide to buy a mirror?

Yes of course! I always check myself before I finalise the purchase. I look for the the purity of the raw materials utilised. A high-quality mirror necessitates high-quality glass, and the best glass is free of imperfections and so does not distort the reflection.

Topic #2 – Watch

Following are the probable set of IELTS Speaking part – 1 questions that may be asked around Watches:

  • Do you wear a watch?
  • Have you ever got a watch as a gift?
  • Why do some people wear expensive watches?
  • Do you think it is important to wear a watch? Why?

Do you wear a watch?

Yes, I have got Apple smartwatch that is an essential component of my everyday clothing. Apart from displaying time, it has tonnes of useful features like a Fitness tracker etc. which makes my smooth and easier.

Have you ever got a watch as a gift?

Yes, my brother-in-law gave me this Apple watch on my 30th B’day. I think watches are a meaningful gift, you wear them on your wrist and are reminded daily of the person who gave them to you. 

Why do some people wear expensive watches?

People have fads for different things; some enjoy expensive clothes, others like fine stationery, and still others want to wear expensive jewellery. People love to wear luxury watches as they are true art pieces for their exclusiveness and extreme reliability. Besides, a costly watch can also be utilised to make a statement about one’s personality and financial ability.

Do you think it is important to wear a watch? Why?

A watch is a symbol of time and wearing a watch implies that you respect the importance of time. It’s useful for avoiding “time passing” while lost in thought, and staying punctual during meetings or social engagements. But nowadays. Wristwatches have become less common because of more use of mobile phones and technologies alike.

Topic #3 – Talent

Following are the probable set of IELTS Speaking part – 1 questions that may be asked around Talent:

  • Do you have a talent or something you are good at?
  • Was it mastered recently or when you were young?
  • Do you think your talent can be useful for your future work? Why?
  • Do you think anyone in your family has the same talent?

Do you have a talent or something you are good at?

Yes, I am fortunate to have a good voice. So I use my singing skills to participate in various reality shows. Apart from singing, I am also good at playing brain games like Chess and Sudoku.

Was it mastered recently or when you were young?

Mastering Chess and Sudoku took me years to be honest. But, I have improved my Singing skills in recent times. Professional classes provided me with a real leg up to grow as a musician.

Do you think your talent can be useful for your future work? Why?

Yes, my talent, like any other talent, can be used to earn a living or simply pass my free time in future. Because I am devoted to being a professional musician. If that doesn’t work, Chess is an alternate option.

Do you think anyone in your family has the same talent?

My family is full of talents. You name it and they have it. My mother and aunt have great voices and similar singing abilities. In reality, I learned a lot about this skill from my mother.


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IELTS Speaking Part-1 Questions & Answers

These IELTS Speaking Part 1 topics – ‘Mirrors, Watch, Talent’ with Band 9 sample answers will help you to improve your language skills instantly.

I hope you’ve now learnt how to answer these topics. However, it is strongly advised not to reproduce the same answer during a speaking examination, as it may be used by many of our readers on the site. You should rather reformulate and personalise your answer.

If you still have any doubts, post them in the comments.

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