Describe a crowded place that you have visited.

Describe a crowded place that you have visited.

  • Which place is it?
  • When did you visit it?
  • Why did you visit it?


Chandni-Chowk Best IELTS Band 7 coaching in Dehradun

My city is a very important city with a high population and many famous hotspots such as markets and landmarks. The Chandni Chowk market area is located in the city of New Delhi. It is one of the most crowded places in the city and hosts a large number of people on a daily basis.

This place is mostly made up of shops and shopfronts with houses and apartments on the back sides or above the shops. The place remains crowded for the most part as visitors throng in the place every day to buy electronics or home care products. I visited Chandni chowk during the last autumn in the month of October. It was a part of my four-day visit to Delhi for a family vacation.

On the last day, I went to this market area to look for and buy a few things as gifts to my friends and to buy a few specific food items available in some very old and famous shops in the area. The market was very crowded that day. All sorts of people were hurrying about in order to sell or buy something. I went around in different shops with my cousins and bought whatever I needed. I had to bargain with the shopkeepers very quickly as there were a lot of customers waiting to buy stuff.

All in all, it was a great experience, even though it was very hectic and tiring. I got to meet so many new people and to buy many new things. It was also great to experience and relish new food items and tastes.

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IELTS Speaking Sample Questions # 2019 Series

Water is the basic necessity of life. One cannot imagine life without water and neither can one think of drinking bad water! With all forms of life surviving on water, the body loses it through breathing, sweating, and digestion, which is why it is so important to rehydrate by drinking fluids and eating foods that contain water. The body uses water in all its cells, organs and tissues to help regulate the temperature and maintain the other bodily functions. This time we are looking at some recent questions asked in the IELTS speaking test asked in 2018 in some country.

Q. Do you drink tap water or bottled water?

A. I live in an area that is near to the ocean and so tap water that we get is full of chlorine and has a saline taste as well. Therefore I prefer bottled water or purified water.

Q. Is it affordable? Why?

A. Drinking bottled water is very much affordable in our country because it is available across all the main street corners at a cheap price. Most sellers have water purification machines and such setups installed in their shops and generate the purified water which further is sold through water bottles.

Q. Do you think people should drink from a good bottle of water? Why?

A. Definitely. Water is the basic necessity of life and one cannot deny the importance of it our lives. Drinking water from a good bottle helps an individual not only benefit in health but also in life. Drinking water from a quality bottle helps in avoiding harmful chemicals or other foreign elements.

Q. Have you ever been in a situation where you were thirsty and there was nothing available to drink?

A. So many times, it has happened that I have felt thirst down my spine but did not have anything to drink. Once, I was traveling to Bengaluru and the bus broke down near the mid-way. There were no shops around and I could not find anything to drink or eat. It was only when the bus started and took us to the next place with shops, that I could drink some water.

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IELTS Speaking Task Cue Card: Describe a mistake you made

Describe a mistake you made
You should say:
• what the mistake was
• when you made it
• why you made it
• And explain how it affected you.

To err is human. Today, I’m going to talk about a mistake I made when I was in 6th class.
One day my sister was quite unwell. She was suffering from fever. There was only one doctor in my village and there were no mobile phones at that time. The only way to call the doctor was to send someone to fetch him. Unfortunately, my father had gone somewhere. My mother asked me to go to the doctor. Since it was quite cold and dark outside, I told her that I would fetch the doctor tomorrow.
In the night my sister’s condition deteriorated, her fever was touching the mark of 104-105 degree Fahrenheit. She started murmuring. That was the most difficult time for me and my mummy. I was cursing myself. If I had gone to the doctor on time, my sister would not have been in this situation.
I made this mistake without realizing that I was making a mistake. I was a child and I had no idea about how high fever can be life-threatening for someone.
This incident affected me a lot. With God’s grace and my mother’s efforts, my sister survived. But, her complete recovery took a long time. Now, I am much more careful about health and I never ignore any kind of health problems.