Generally, we call something famous if many people have heard of it. In general, some people like to be famous, others don’t. IELTS cue cards don’t allow you to choose whether you like or dislike being famous because “famous” is already included as a topic.
Is one of your favourite pastimes travelling to new and famous locations, or perhaps you are a foodie who would love to sample all the popular dishes? If so, you will be happy to know that the examiner generally asks questions related to these topics. Hence it is your opportunity to share the stories of all the famous places you have been to or all the famous dishes you have tried.
Some words you might use while speaking about famous monuments are:
|Pillaged||steal or destroy using violence, especially during wartime time|
|Souvenir||a thing that is kept as a reminder of a person, place, or event.|
|Sublime||of very great beauty|
Some words you can put to use while speaking about famous food are:
|Signature dish||food item that identifies an individual chef or a restaurant.|
|Scrumptious||(of food) extremely tasty, delicious|
|Sweet tooth||a great liking for sweet-tasting foods|
Your way of speaking is more important than the information you provide. If you speak fluently without any grammatical errors and use the right vocabulary, this topic can easily fetch you good marks.