IELTS Speaking topic: An interesting conversation

Describe an interesting conversation you had with other people.
You should say:
who the person was
where and when you talked with the person
what you talked about with the person
and explain why it was interesting.

Well, I guess the interesting conversion would be the one that I talked with my mother about my immigration plan to Australia.

Actually it was a tough decision for me because I lead a stable life in Beijing, with a desirable job and decent pay. Besides I have tons of friends here in China. I’m sure I would lose much if I go abroad. I was in a dilemma so I appealed to my mother for advise. I told her my reasons of moving abroad and my plan to achieve that. She listened carefully and was obviously concerned about me. She felt my explanations were reasonable and told me that though it would definitely be a bit risky to start a new life in an unfamiliar country, it’s worth making a change to pursue a better living condition cos I was still young to realise my dream. What really made me feel interesting was that after I told her that I was preparing the IELTS test, my mother encouraged me in the way that she reminded me that my father was also trying to pass the exam of the certified public accountants at the similar age of mine to improve our standards of living, which inspired me so much.

This conversion was really interesting because apart from mother’s positive advise, I found that every member in my family, including me, was working hard to make our life fruitful.

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Discussions — 2 Responses

  • jessie 2015/03/07 on 6:26 pm

    this article is similar to “some useful advice”, but i do not think it is interesting so i’m afraid you can not get high score by this. the key word is: interesting.

  • Burhan 2015/06/07 on 2:36 pm

    Why? in my opinion it is adequate for 7 or 7.5 and very useful.