Describe Something That you Have Shared With Others- IELTS Cue Card
- 1 Sample Answer
- 2 Part 3 Questions
- 2.1 Why do people like to share things with others?
- 2.2 Is it good to share your personal things with others?
- 2.3 Have you ever shared your personal details with your friends?
- 2.4 Can we share our mobile with others?? Why or why not?
- 2.5 How can parents teach sharing to their children?
- 2.6 Vocabulary
Describe something that you have shared with others (or another person).
You should say:
- What did you share?
- Who do you share it with?
- Why do you share it?
- And explain how you felt about sharing it?
Well, we all have some issues or secrets which might not eventually remain one. Keeping something under the carpets could be pretty much a task for an extrovert like me who misses no chance to lay my heart bare in front of all. So talking about something that I shared with others, I shared an issue with one of my friends about the problem I was facing in the PG I had rented. So this dates back to the second year of my college when my PG owner started rattling all of the inmates with his irksome activities. He made our lives miserable with his tempestuous behavior and absurd practices such as banging our doors in the middle of the night and shrieking at the top of his voice, etc. Since I have always been pretty vocal about everything, I confronted him for the same to know that he was suffering from a mental infirmity.
I talked about the same to his wife and children and discovered that he has been doing it lately and even they were vexed with this behavior. Since it was relentless to find a good hostel or PG over there, I had no other choice but to stay. This was nettling me now and then and I wasn’t feeling comfortable and that could be seen in my behavior by all of my friends. For a long time, I kept negating and rubbing it off, however, one of my friends finally urged me to share the needle which was causing the pain. I shared all the issues with him and told him about everything that had happened. This felt so light and mirth as if a huge weight got off me.
It was then when he offered me to live with him in his PG as his roommate had left the room. I immediately said yes to that and realized the importance of sharing things with people, especially the ones that pique you.
Meaning: A person who talks a lot
Eg.: Ruoni was an extrovert lad.
Eg.: His son is such an obstinate kid. He rattled all those who went to his house.
Eg.: For Ruth was quite irksome honestly.
Eg.: This tempestuous behavior couldn’t be tolerated anymore.
Eg.: She led a miserable life after she escaped from her home.
Part 3 Questions
Sharing things with others gives rise to amiability and fosters good human relations.
Well, that depends upon the gravity of the issue and the integrity of the person one is sharing with. Not every personal issue could be shared with others and not every person is worth sharing such things with.
Yes, I am grateful to have some of the best buddies in my life who always got my back and so do I. My friends and I are close enough to share my personal details.
Yes, we can share our mobile numbers with others if only they are known to us. I don’t think it’s a good idea to distribute your numbers among strangers. Sharing details with strangers could actually be a harbinger of missteps in life.
How can parents teach sharing to their children?
Parents should teach their children by sharing things with others. Children learn what they see and in that case, when they see their parents sharing things with others, they learn that too. After all, upbringing plays a key role in shaping one’s personality.
Eg.: Sharen and I share great amiability.
Eg.: Good practices fosters good consequences.
Eg.: The gravity of the situation demanded an efficient and speedy solution.
E.g.: There were lots of missteps happening in the city.
Eg.: He played a key role in orchestrating the plan against the king.