Does this topic sound too philosophical? Well, it is not. You will be asked to describe a day in your life. So you might have to do a quick recap on what all you do, in a day. Don’t waste your time in trying to make it interesting and entertaining for the person listening. Simply state your daily routine in flawless English and rich vocabulary.
In fact, there is no dedicated vocabulary for this topic. You need to strike a balance between adjectives and tenses. Given below are generic adjectives to describe life.
|Spiritual||Concerned with super human beliefs|
|luxurious||Life with all comforts|
In the given 1 minute for preparation, decide whether the question demands imagination. If not, you can move ahead and recollect related vocabulary. If it demands imagination, think of something which is easy to describe and that in which you have a lot to say.
Of course everyone knows adjectives But use them such that they are contextually right. For example, do not use “materialistic” when you have to use “greedy”. The former is a tendency that makes one think that acquisition of wealth is the only way to lead a satisfied life. The latter is a desire to accumulate more of an entity, in an amount greater than you need.
The difference between them is explained with an example:
- Ram was materialistic.
- Ram’s greed for money increased day by day
Given below are a list of oft repeated IELTS cue cards for the topic – Life
- An age/stage in your life you enjoyed most
- a difficult decision you made in your life
- Describe the Best and exciting experience in your life
- Describe an Invention that has Changed People’s Life
- Describe life in a particular period of history
- Describe a typical day in your life when you were a child
- Describe a success in your life
- Describe a life-changing experience you have had