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Are you a person who loves occasions? Or then again, you are somebody who thinks that they are exhausting. Well, whichever classification you fall under, the occasion is a significant topic in your IELTS cue cards segment, and there is no choice for you to skip it.
The examiner may ask you to describe an event from the past in which you were successful. You have to utilise your experience and make a list of points you want to cover while speaking. Even if you don’t have much to recall, use your imagination and put it into words. Some vocabulary you might consider here are:
|to feel excited for
|wait to do something until the last minute
|an idea but not a strict plan
|think of ideas
You might also be asked to describe the various emotions you felt about an event, like an event you felt happy about or another that made you sad. In this case, you could make the best use of synonyms. Here are some:
The point here is that you should not get diverted by your feelings, rather you need to outline great sentences. It’s just with regards to how you talk and what you talk about. Great control of language structure holds a significant part here.
- A recent activity or event that made you happy
- A Memorable Event from your School Days
- Describe an event you felt unhappy about
- Describe a particular event in which you were successful
- Describe a birthday party or celebration that you attended recently
- Describe an event when someone denied your request
- Describe an outdoor sport you played for the first time
- Describe a party you attended before
- Describe a music concert you have seen
- Describe a wedding you have attended