Describe a foreign language you want to learn (except English)
You should say:
- IELTS Speaking Part 2 Sample: Describe a time when you solved a problem via the Internet
- IELTS Speaking Part 2 Sample in 2019 – Topic: Describe something you do to help you study or work
- IELTS Speaking Part 2 & 3 Topic in 2017 – Describe a shop just opened in your hometown
- Band 9 Sample with Audio: Activity you would do when you are alone in your free time
- IELTS Speaking Cue Card Sample 59 – Topic: A TV Program Inspires You
– what the language is
– where it is spoken
– what you think would be difficult
and explain why you would like to learn it.
It would probably be French. This language holds great attraction for me, probably because it’s the language of love, and I LOVE the sound of French.
However, as far as I know, there are many things about this language that frustrates a Vietnamese person. For example, French has a very different system of sounds, grammar and vocabulary, making it very hard for us to get correct pronunciation, remember words and form sentences.
I think I’m going to struggle at first but with some persistence I will get past the most difficult period. After that everything would gradually become easier. Especially when you start to understand movies or articles in a new language, you have this huge sense of achievement and that moves you forward even faster.
So my advice for anyone who struggles to learn a new skill is, invest a lot of efforts at the start; the moment you get the hang of something you’ll be motivated and just keep going from there.
By Le Minh IELTS Band 8.5