Describe a Special/Memorable Moment in Your Life- IELTS Cue Card
- 1 Sample Answer
- 2 Part 3 Questions
- 2.1 What events usually become memorable in our life?
- 2.2 What is the importance of family celebration in our life?
- 2.3 What changes have you observed in the last 10 years in terms of family celebrations?
- 2.4 How can a good memory help people to do their work?
- 2.5 Do you think that it’s important to remember all the things? Why?
- 2.6 Vocabulary
Describe a special/memorable moment in your life.
You should say:-
- When does the event take place?
- Where does the event take place?
- What happened exactly?
- And explain why this event is memorable to you.
Life is full of amazements and surprises and not everything you plan takes place in the congruent capacities. Talking about the time which to this day, is one of the most memorable moments of my life is back in 2016 when I went on an excursion to Quin-Quin Island. The island is the most exquisite location I have ever been in. The moment I set my feet on the premises of the Island, it filled me with jubilation. During the time when I was on the Island along with my friends, there was an event going on there. Out of my inquisitive nature, we all went to attend the event and we saw some of the best cultural programs that I have ever experienced ever till now.
The event was set in a pristine white setup with confetti and other materials of decor all over. The dishes were savory and luscious and the aroma transcended the air there. Apart from that, there were sundry food items for one to choose from, and for the foodie I am, it couldn’t have been any better. It is said that music has no language and it just requires one’s propensity to relish music. I couldn’t discern even a single word of the songs that were played there or the ones that the singers were singing, however, I delightfully enjoyed it.
Overall, it was a beautiful combination of everything I adore, and to say that it was the epitome moment of my life wouldn’t be aggrandized.
Meaning: Something that amazes/surprises one.
Eg.: The party was full of amazement.
Meaning: in agreement or harmony.
Eg.: The rules were not congruent with what was expected.
Meaning: A trip
Eg.: I along with my friends are planning to go on an excursion.
Eg.: The school trip was a moment of jubilation
Eg.: The inquisitiveness of children leads to them having a perceptible mindset.
Part 3 Questions
What events usually become memorable in our life?
The events that get percolated in our hearts and invigorate the emotions in us become memorable in our lives.
What is the importance of family celebration in our life?
Family celebrations instill a feeling of togetherness, unification, and amiability in us and that strengthens our feelings towards each other.
What changes have you observed in the last 10 years in terms of family celebrations?
Family celebrations have extenuated over the years. The amount of mirth and exuberance with which events in the family used to be celebrated have been significantly assuaged nowadays.
How can a good memory help people to do their work?
Good memories help people retain the details of the work one has to do or the procedures with which they need to perform. Therefore, good memories are substantial for good work.
Do you think that it’s important to remember all the things? Why?
No, all the things need not be remembered. Everything in life is not essential rather some are rancorous to one’s well-being and such memories need to be expunged.
Meaning: To pass-through
Eg.: Water percolated into the soil sooner than we expected.
Eg.: The chief guest invigorated the party yesterday
Eg.: The amiability with which he used to talk was unmatchable.
Meaning: the process of being united or made into a whole.
Eg.: The unification of the members is imperative to the success of the team.
Eg.: Kids were filled with mirth yesterday when they got to know about the summer camp.