Describe A Person Who Likes To Travel By Plane – IELTS Speaking Cue Card
Describe a person who likes to travel by plane.
You should say:
- Who this person is?
- How do you know this person?
- Where does this person travel?
- Explain why this person likes to travel by plane?
Owning to the pace, air travel is swiftly becoming the most favoured transportation methods. Although it isn’t a luxury anymore, nonetheless, it may still cost an arm and a leg for a specific stratum of the society.
Anyway, I know a few people who are obsessed with air travel. However, one out of them is my cousin, Kajal, who is ever so fervent for plane journeys. Since she is a few years younger to me, I vividly remember her entire childhood.
Even as a toddler, she was fascinated with the planes flying high. Whenever she heard the sound of an aeroplane, she would leave everything and run toward its direction to wave. Back then, planes were only for affluent people.
However, with time, everything has changed. The first time she got to sit on a plane was when she travelled to Bangalore for her job. I can still recall the exhilaration in her voice when she called me in the middle of the night and chirped about how thrilled and edgy she was.
Her love for air travel comes from clouds. Being surrounded by candy-like clouds, she considers herself one step nearer to her goals. I like the childishness that comes to her voice and the spark that her eyes get whenever she has to go on a plane ride. I hope she keeps that gusto and child alive in her.
Eg: He ran swiftly through the flights of stairs.
- Fervent: to show a strong feeling regarding something
Eg:He is a fervent server of the Lord Krishna.
- Vividly: something that is clear
Eg: I still vividly remember the time when I fell from the stairs.
- Toddler: a baby
Eg: A toddler has been abducted from the park.
- Fascinated: to be attracted toward something
Eg: I am fascinated toward the functioning of the universe and planets.
- Affluent: rich
Eg: Taking frequent foreign trips is only for the affluent class.
- Exhilaration: excitement
Eg: In the last get-together, I had every family member over, chatting in exhilaration.
- Chirped: to make high-pitched sounds like a bird
Eg: She chirped excitedly upon hearing the news of admission in her favourite college.
- Thrilled: excited
Eg: We were thrilled to trek around the Himalayas.
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