Describe a Time When You had To Move For Study Or Work- IELTS Cue Card
- 1 Sample Answer
- 2 Part 3 Questions
- 2.1 Is it easy to change jobs?
- 2.2 Is it difficult for adults or children to adapt to the new environment?
- 2.3 What are the difficulties people face when they move to a new house?
- 2.4 What difficulties do people face when they change jobs?
- 2.5 Does changing jobs have an influence on the parent-children relationship?
- 2.6 Vocabulary
Describe a Time When You had To Move For Study Or Work
- When was it
- Where did you move
- Why did you move
Well, my job profile is quite travel-intensive. I am a marketing professional for a renowned multinational corporation and the job demands to travel across the globe to market the products that our company manufactures in the B2B organisations. A time when I had to travel to the place where it was very enticing to go, however, the aftermath was equally horrendous was when I went to Zakura.
So I had to travel over there and it is almost 250 km away from the city where my office is located. I had a presentation scheduled for our clients in Zakura and so I planned my journey well in advance and given the adroit traveller that I have become over the years, I made sure that none of the stuff got missed to be packed. So after reaching Zakura, I stayed at the hotel and since I had the presentation the very day, I got ready and dashed for the venue and successfully presented over there. I got a lot of approbation from the clients for this and we signed the deal.
Later, I thought about gadding across the city and went to the jungle Safari they had, however, that turned out to be one of the most blood-chilling experiences I ever had. The jeep that I was maundering across the jungle got stuck due to some engine issues and I had to stay there for almost four hours terrified and suspicious of a predatory attack by a wild animal. Thankfully, the issue got resolved and I travelled back to my city.
Eg.: I met a renowned personality at an event yesterday.
Meaning: Consequences that prevail later.
Eg.: The aftermath of that drive was quite spooky.
Meaning: Pleasing and exciting
Eg.: The songs that were presented at the event were very enticing.
Eg.: I had a horrendous accident last night.
Eg.: He was an adroit dancer.
Part 3 Questions
Is it easy to change jobs?
No, it is not easy to change jobs and requires one to go through the pandemonium of relocating to a new city, adapting to a new workplace, adapting to learn the company culture and various other dynamics.
Is it difficult for adults or children to adapt to the new environment?
Yes, it is difficult for anyone to adapt to a new environment from various facets like getting in sync with a working environment, the people in the new place, the culture and traditions that are followed, etc.
What are the difficulties people face when they move to a new house?
Well, the hassles while moving to a new house comes right away at the face from the very beginning. One has to pack the fitment and other essentials to move to a new house, then one has to relocate to the house one has either rented or bought and then arrange them from scratch. Other than that, there are various aspects other than that also like I mentioned before about adapting to a new place.
What difficulties do people face when they change jobs?
Changing jobs impose a slew of challenges encompassing getting to know a new work environment, finding details about the place where one got a job at, renting an apartment, looking for the conveyance, etc.
Does changing jobs have an influence on the parent-children relationship?
Well, that’s entirely subjective and highly dependent on people. Some might manage to not let the external factors induce what’s going in the confinement of the four walls of the house and hence, the relationship of any kind is not impacted while some might find it difficult to focus on parenting as they have to figure out ways to get accustomed to a new place.
Eg.: There is a huge pandemonium in that place due to bomb blasts.
Eg.: There are various facets to one’s personality.
Eg.: Thriftless splurge of money would invite a lot of hassles.
Eg.: I bought some expensive fitment for myself.
- Slew of something
Meaning: Great in number
Eg.: There were a slew of threats in that jungle.