Describe a Time you Saw Children Behave Badly in Public- IELTS Cue Card
Describe a time you saw children behave badly in public.
You should say
- Where was it?
- What were the children doing?
- How did others react to it?
- And explain how you felt about it?
Kids are extremely pleasant at times and are one of the best stress-busters in one’s life. However, at times, kids can become highly turbulent and tempestuous and can give you a wish with their nuisance and vociferous attitude. One such experience when I saw some young kids having extremely abhorrent behaviour toward others was when I was travelling to another city through a coach and what I saw was not pleasant to the eyes.
So, while travelling to a city where I work from my hometown, I boarded a coach and there were three beautiful kids. But, my perception got upside down when I saw the kids remitting their true colours. There were barely 20 minutes past our journey when I saw them throwing the food and snacks here and there and jumping on the berths of the coach. Moreover, they were shrieking at the top of their voices and took the whole coach by the storm.
People were very queasy and uncomfortable about the whole chaos they created and it didn’t go down with anyone in the coach. An old couple was clearly seen getting unnerved at the clamour caused by the students and I felt so bad about it. We all tried to stop them at our best. However, they didn’t pay any heed to it.
I honestly felt so ghastly about all of this and thought how important it is to impart a good upbringing to children as they are the ones who would turn out to be adults.
Eg.: There are turbulent riots going on in the city.
Meaning: loud and disturbing
Eg.: The people over there are very tempestuous.
Eg.: Leonardo’s behaviour is extremely abhorrent.
Eg.: I got sick and queasy looking at that scene.
Meaning: extremely uncomfortable
Eg.: Looking at the warriors getting unnerved made the king hopeless.