Describe An Important Change In Your Life – IELTS Cue Card
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Describe An Important Change In Your Life.
You should say:
- what it was about
- why the change was required
- how it affected your life
- and explain why this was an important change in your life.
Sample Answer 1
Till the age of eight, I was the only child of my parents and enjoyed everyone’s attention and love. But, my life changed suddenly when my sister was born and from the nucleus of the whole family, initially, I felt that I was thrown to the periphery.
As I was the sole child in the family for quite some time, I was pampered quite a lot, especially by my grandparents. This attention gradually made me a selfish brat, as I heard my mother say later. I used to throw tantrums and was very mischievous. However, I sometimes felt very lonely when I saw most of my friends playing with their siblings. So, I guess my parents took this step for my positive growth and support.
Initially, when I lost my fandom, I felt very jealous of my sister. Although my grandparents used to indulge me more as I was the firstborn, it seemed that my parents had lost interest in me. So, one day, I decided to leave home and informed this decision to everyone. In the beginning, they were shocked, but then my mother helped me understand that no matter what happened, I was always important to them. She also gave me the responsibility of protecting my little sister, which I continue to do till now. Gradually, I fell in love with the chubby baby that she was and after that, it became difficult to separate us.
The birth of my baby sister, Mishka, was the first important turning point in my life as it changed to an accountable person from a crybaby. After my mother, she was the one who taught me how to love. Growing up, I began to trust her more than myself and we became confidantes of each other. Whenever we have a disagreement, she is the one who initiates the talk as she knows I need her and she cannot spend a day without talking to me. Now, when we discuss the time when she was born and my behavior, we have a good laugh.
- Monotonous: dull, tedious, and repetitious; lacking in variety and interest.
Eg: No one loves to lead a monotonous life.
- Pandemic: (of a disease) prevalent over a whole country or the world.
Eg: During this pandemic, people need to stay home and safe.
- Deteriorated: becoming progressively worse.
Eg: Her health is deteriorating.
- Dread : anticipate with great apprehension or fear.
Eg: She dreads height
Sample Answer 2
Change is inevitable. In fact, it is the only constant thing in our lives. Without change, life would be too monotonous. Waking up to the same old things, doing the same work, eating the same food is not something we ever wanted to face until in recent times. Until the very day, we always accepted change as it was. But, then, for the first time in many centuries, we have come across something very dreadful.
As we all know, covid 19 has clawed every city, country and continent. The only escape from this monstrous disease is staying indoors and not going out unless it is very important. Schools, colleges, movie theatres, visiting spots, restaurants, everything is shut down for this global pandemic. As a result, we are all separated from the entire world in our respective abodes and forced to lead the same life repeatedly on a loop.
It has indeed affected me in both positive and negative ways. It has helped me to invest time and pamper myself. For the first few months, people engaged themselves in self-improvement and hobbies. The technological world has advanced to the next level. However, it had more cons than pros. The mental health of every living person has deteriorated so badly. Like I mentioned before, everyone dreads monotonicity. And that is what the world is facing.
It was a significant change, not for how the world is suffering and dealing with the disease but for many other reasons. With a busy schedule, it is important that we give time to ourselves. This pandemic lockdown helped us do that. We got to know people in a better way. Moreover, with every breaking and mending bond, we became mature.