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Describe a film or TV show that made you laugh a lot - Band 9 Part 2 & 3 Sample with Audio
Describe a film or TV show that made you laugh a lot – Band 9 Part 2 & 3 Sample with Audio

Describe a film or TV show that made you laugh a lot – Band 9 Part 2 & 3 Sample with Audio

Describe a film or TV program that made you laugh a lot

You should say :

  • What it was
  • When it happened
  • Who was with you?
  • And explain why it made you laugh

Sample Answer

When I was young, I was hooked to the “Small Wonder” which is science wrapped in comedy. I watched it when I was around 10 or 12. It was hilarious and as well made me think. The show piqued my interest so much that I tried acting like the robot girl in my house.

A Robotics Engineer covertly creates a robot of a small girl and introduces to his family as Vicki. The robot girl has supernatural strengths by which she amuses children in the family. The show is still fresh in my mind because Vicki’s portrayal was very human-like.

One evening, when I was watching the show with my sister, Vicki was advising her friend about how one should remain adamant, cry and get things done. We laughed our hearts out because it was what we did when our parents refused to get something for us. Hearing the same thing in Vicki’s robotic voice was a pleasant reminder. Also, Vicki did strange things like starting a car by streaming current in her, which seemed magical and funny. The show also portrayed Vicki changing her shape which was very entertaining.

Watching a superhuman behave like a very normal child made us relate to robotics with ease. Years later, when I studied microprocessors, I appreciated the show very much.

Vocabulary For Cue Cards

  • Wrapped: overjoyed; delighted. 
    Eg: She wrapped her son with love. 
  • Hilarious: extremely amusing.
    Eg: The comic’s jokes were hilarious 
  • Amuses: cause (someone) to find something funny.
    Eg: Her sense of humour amuses me. 
  • Refuse: indicate or show that one is not willing to do something.
    Eg: He refused to come along with us.
  • Ease: absence of difficulty or effort. 
    Eg: John gave up smoking with ease. 

Questions for Part 3

Why do children laugh so much?

Children are devoid of anger, jealousy, hatred and other negative emotions. They are open minded and warm hearted. So it is easy for them laugh. For example, a kid cannot sense what is in the other person’s mind. So they don’t have the overhead of judging others before talking. So it is easy for them to laugh when they find something funny.

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Why don’t adults laugh easily?

Adults have a mental barrier. They have responsiblities and worries. For example, an adult sucked in office work, will be waiting to go to bed and have a good sleep. He/She may not have time to socialise. So they don’t laugh easily. Infact, laughter clubs are being organised to make people allocate a specific time for laughing.

What kind of people can make people laugh?

People who have a sharp sense of humour can make other people laugh through their jokes. But there is no hard and fast rule for making people laugh. Laughter may explode any moment. For example, a silly act done by an employee might be funny to his boss. Infact, comedians analyse the real life incidents and insert their creativity which makes people relate to it easily and laugh.

Vocabulary for part 3

  • Devoid: entirely lacking or free from. 
    Eg: John’s voice was devoid of emotions.
  • Overhead: above the level of the head; in the sky. 
    Eg: The aeroplane flew overhead. 
  • Barrier: anything built or serving to bar passage, as a railing, fence, or the like
    Eg: The police put a barrier across the road. 
  • Allocate: distribute (resources or duties) for a particular purpose. 
    Eg: They allocated the scholarships to needy students. 
  • Analyze: examine (something) methodically and in detail,
    Eg: The interviewer analyzed the interviewees skills. 

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