Friend – Cue Cards
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Looking for some very common topics that are asked in the IELTS exam? Well, you have boarded the right coach for yourself. Friends and classmates are some of the most important and the most frequently asked topics that are asked in the IELTS Speaking task. Now, let’s see how you should approach such topics of the cue cards.
Honestly, these topics are undeniably some of the most accessible topics that you might get to talk about (if you are fortunate enough). However, with this thought, one might become overconfident and step out of the safety zone.
Now, what are the safety zones for such topics?
The topics like these often appeal to the speaker as though they may use colloquialism and informal tone, and though you can, vigilance and consciousness are required to use and choose the words in a formal setup. To illustrate, you shouldn’t use such words like- imma, trynna, my bud, gonna, wanna, as this doesn’t look good on your part. After all, you are appearing for a test and not on lunch with your pal!
So, when such topics come, try to include the pointers that are asked in the question given on your cue card, such as–
- Who is that friend?
- Where did you meet that friend?
- What is your most favorite memory with your friend?
After going through these points, try to figure out a way where you touch these chords.
What are the vocabularies/phrases that you might use for ‘Friends’ topic?
|Chum (for friend)|
Now, to help you out with a better idea, we have some ready references for you to go through. Have a look at these examples and let it sink in.
Given below are a list of oft-repeated IELTS cue cards for the topic – Friend