Describe the best gift you have ever received – IELTS Cue Card
Describe the best gift you have ever received
You should say:
- what was the gift?
- who gave it to you?
- when did you receive it?
- and explain why it is the best gift you have ever received
Gifts are the most endearing thing one can receive. They are a proclamation of love, and they symbolize a feeling shared by the giver. As human beings, we have two ways of expression – Words and Action. When words aren’t enough to describe your emotions, they turn to action. Through gifting, a human being tries to express what words cannot encapsulate.
The best gift I have received is my pup, Bruno. He is a German Shepherd and the cutest furball I have ever seen. Dogs are simply the most loyal companions one could ask for. They don’t love you for any worldly possessions of yours, they don’t love you for your wealth, they love you for you, and that is a beautiful thing. Dogs don’t care if you’re rich or poor, they just want to be happy, and they want to see you happy. Dogs are simply phenomenal.
I received Bruno as a gift around 11 months ago. It was a surprise and the minute I saw his ecstatic little face, I knew we had an instant bond. Bruno is the kindest and pleasant dog I have ever met. He loves to take walks and play fetch. The minute he hears someone opening a snack, his ears perk up, and he comes running to get a piece too! He loves sweets and will definitely bring you a ball if he sees you upset. He’s the best gift I’ve ever received because he makes me happier than I thought I could be. He’s my best friend.
- Endearing: inspiring affection.
Ex: Amanda was endearing to nearly everyone she met because of her kind heart.
- Proclamation: a clear declaration of something.
Ex: The authorities issued a proclamation forbidding public meetings
- Encapsulate: express the essential features of (something) succinctly.
Ex: It was very difficult to encapsulate the story of the revolution in a single one-hour documentary.
- Phenomenal: remarkable or exceptional, especially exceptionally good.
Ex: California had experienced a phenomenal growth in population.
- Ecstatic: feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement.
Ex: Sally was ecstatic about her new job.
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