IELTS Speaking Part 1 Robots: Talking about either robot toys or useful robots such as Robovac or robots that are used in manufacturing companies is not complicated at all. You can share your experience of playing with robot toys (e.g. Wall-E, LEGO Star Wars robot) with your examiner or express how robotics change the way people live their lives and how businesses progress because of robots.
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Are robots important?
I believe so. The invention of robots helps manufacturing industries thrive (prosper) since the production of products increases. As we know, robots work faster than humans and undeniably with precision (in quality of being exact and accurate). As for household robots like robot vacuums and mops, they make mothers’ lives easier as they do the cleaning on their own with minimal operation. Considering these things, robots are definitely important in people’s lives.
Yes! They make the lives of people more convenient as they can do household chores like what Robovac does at home. In businesses, robots improve the quantity of production as they work more efficiently than humans. Also, some restaurants are now using robots as waiters which helps business owners cut costs in wages.
How can robots affect people’s lives?
Well, robots make people’s lives more convenient as they can replace people doing mundane (very ordinary) tasks that people hate doing. From a business perspective, robots increase the quantity of item production with minimal (few) errors compared to laborers. However, because of robots, some laborers lose their jobs for the obvious reason – they can’t produce items as fast as robots.
I see both positive and negative impacts of robots on people’s lives. People’s lives have become more convenient because of what robots can do – from cleaning the house to cooking; from understanding complicated mathematical computations to creating computer programs; and from increasing production to achieving the best quality production. But the negative impact is that people become so reliant (dependent) on robots that they stop developing their skills, worse, some people are laid off (to stop employing someone) because they’re simply replaceable by robots.
Are you interested in robots?
Unfortunately, I’m not keen on (not interested) robots, except for robot toys. I think that’s because I’m not a techie (a person who is enthusiastic about technology) person. But if we talk about robot toys, well, I love them! I still keep my robot toys that I played with when I was a kid. I still have with me my Transformer Robot, Wall-E, and LEGO Star Wars.
Yes, I am. I’m super fascinated (very interested) with how robots are programmed. In fact, I studied Robotics in high school and I learned how to make one with the help of my teacher. That was an unforgettable experience. These days, I watch some documentaries about robots and my knowledge about robots has truly broadened.
Would you like robots to work at home?
A big yes! I would love to have at least one robot to help me complete all household chores. That would be great and my life would surely be more comfortable. I don’t know who wouldn’t want to have a robot that would do all the household chores at home. I believe all of us want to have one.
Of course! Who wouldn’t want to? If I had one or two, I think I’d be able to maximize my time and use it more productively as I would no longer do repetitive tasks. Instead of doing those typical tasks, I could use a robot to do those things for me, and I would do something else that would simply improve myself personally and professionally.
Do you want to take a car in which a robot is a driver?
Not at all! Like I said earlier, I’m not a techie person. As a passenger, how would I interact with a robot as my driver? I just couldn’t risk my life with a robot. I’m sorry, but that’s not possible for me.
Well, not until it is proven efficient and completely safe. If there aren’t enough tests conducted and if it’s not mainstream (popular) yet, I won’t take it. My life is so precious to allow a robot as my driver to take me to different places.
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