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Ielts Speaking Model: A Robot - Part 2

Updated on June 14, 2013

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Ielts Speaking Model: A Robot - Part 2

IELTS(International English Language Testing System) is the world's leading test of English for higher education, immigration and employment. Below is a sample question and model answer for the topic ‘A Robot’

Describe a robot you know.
You should say:
what sort of robot is
what it looks like
what it can do
and explain how you felt about the robot.


I am actually quite up-to-date with the recent developments in technology. Just last week I read about a new robot made by the Japanese. It’s a humanoid designed to look like a real man or woman which has a multitude of functions. They are able to do many things such as vacuum the floor; meaning people can save time on housework, make basic conversation with people; making it good for people who are lonely such as old people or children and my favorite thing about them is that they’re able to play chess.

This humanoid is about 170cm tall, weighs about 40kg and from what I read it is quite durable and long lasting meaning that it doesn't break easy and you only have to recharge it once every 3 days. Just a 1 off payment and they will deliver this machine to your doorstep, though I hear it’s quite pricey.

Robots are really prevalent in society nowadays and since technology is always improving I think they are quite promising products for people to research and develop. One day I hope to have a robot that’s able to do things I don't want to such as cleaning, cooking or even babysit.


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