IELTS CUE CARD 56 – TOPIC: A CHARACTER IN A MOVIE/TV PROGRAM

Describe a character from a story/ film/ TV program. By IETSMATERIAL.COM
Describe a character from a story/ film/ TV program. By IETSMATERIAL.COM

IELTS CUE CARD 56

Describe a character from a story/ film/ TV program. You should say:

  • Who this character is
  • When did you first see/ read about him/ her
  • What kind of person this character is

BAND 8.0 SAMPLE ANSWER

Considering the fact that I am a movie – nerd, I have adored so many characters so far. And today I want to share about one person that makes great impression on me in terms of appearance and characteristics – Juliet. She is a remarkable Shakespeare’s earlier play – Romeo and Juliet. In fact, she is a very well – developed characters with real emotions and personalities. The story of Romeo and Juliet happened in Verona, Italy and is a very sad love story due to the hatred between two important families: the Montague and the Capulet. At first, I was really astonished to see how strongly she loves Romeo, Juliet even goes against her whole family to protect her love. But then I notice that Juliet doesn’t start off as this strong young women, she changes in the story. When we first met Juliet, she was a 13 year – old girl, she was quiet and usually does what her parents want her to do. But by the end of the film, she moves from being this young girl to a mature, young women who dare to stand up for her own happiness. It’s my opinion that the strong and beautiful Juliet is the character who makes this love story so popular.

Vocabulary

  • Movie – nerd (slang): a person who like watching movies very much
  • Adore (verb): to like or desire something very much
  • Make impression on SO (Expression): impress SO
  • In terms of (Expression): about
  • Remarkable (Adjective): striking, worthy of attention
  • Well – developed (Adjective): advance, good
  • Due to (expression): because of
  • Hatred (n): deep and extreme dislike
  • Astonish (verb): surprise
  • Go against (phrasal verb): oppose
  • Start off (phrasal verb): begin
  • Stand up for (phrasal verb): protect something
  • Mature (adjective): behaving in a sensible and thoughtful way

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