IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Stage of Life
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
1. Do you enjoy your current stage of life?
Yes. A lot. I mean we all are so lucky right? to have a life. I am lucky that I have almost everything that I want: my beloved family, my awesome friends, the love of my life and my job. There has been ups and downs in my life too but I gave 100% to deal with them. This is how it works. You get hurt, you cry, and then you are over it.
2. Which stage of your life do you think is the most important?
Although every stage of life is pretty important, I’d say that one of the most important stages of my life is the teen to young adult years. This is when the decisions I made could really impact my life, negatively or positively. Any habits that I developed during this time fester and multiply later in my life.
3. In which stage of your life were you the happiest?
I would say the age of 12–15. The best years of my life. I used to live happily, did whatever I wanted, succeeded in studies, had lot of real friends, enjoyed life, never worried about money. Now it is different. I have responsibilities and lot of things to do. It’s also not easy to get in touch with old friends as I am far away from my home town.
4. What is your plan for your next stage of life?
Well, first of all I will try to graduate from law school at the top of the class since that is one crucial step that will determine the course of the rest of my life. As soon as I finish getting my degree, I need to secure a job that pays enough so that I can cover all my expenses and still be able to save a bit. More importantly, I want to make myself happier, and more stable emotionally.
1. Fester (v) to become much worse because you do not deal with them successfully
Instead of talking the matter over with him, she allowed her resentment to fester in her mind.
2. Multiply (v) to add a number to itself a particular number of times
The children are already learning to multiply and divide.