A time when you went to a street market to buy something.
Where is the market?
What did you buy from there?
How was your experience?
Street markets are a highly popular phenomenon in a lot of cities around the world. They not only provide a variety of products in different categories but also support the local economy as well. Street markets around the world are set up daily, weekly or monthly! These markets are standalone events in themselves, and going to shop in them can be a quite wonderful and satisfying experience.
Actually, our locality is one of the main and busiest areas in the city and has one such market too. This market is set up each day, near the main crossroads nearby my place. It is indeed quite large and contains more than a hundred makeshift shops. This market is quite an old one and is being set up every day since the last ten years. The local government setup has helped the people here a lot and has created separate spaces for the shopkeepers. I also go there to purchase a few things every now and then. The first time I went there, I had to buy a few things for my home such as vegetables, fruits, and other routine items.
As soon as I went inside the market area, I found that it was very crowded. People were walking in all directions, hurrying to buy things. With a little difficulty, I found and purchased everything that I needed to buy and then sat down on a bench to relax. It was a hot summer day hence I decided to relax along with a glass of sweet lemonade and some locally made snacks. All the vendors and shopkeepers there are very nice and provide goods at reasonable prices. Although very busy, the market has a very nice atmosphere, and I find it a good experience to go there and buy things.
A fact or situation that is observed to exist or happen. Example – Wars were a very common phenomenon in the 18th century.
An intersection of two or more roads. Example – “Donna slowed her car, seeing a crossroads ahead”
An interim and temporary measure. Example –
“John arranged a row of chairs to form a makeshift bed”
A person or company offering something for sale. Example – Tasha is the only ice-cream vendor in her village.
My country is a democratic country. It is the largest democracy in the world. Since the Independence of our country, many laws have been implemented by the government for the betterment of a society.
Here I would like to talk about a law which has been introduced recently, around 2 years ago. It’s called LGBT law. This law is concerning the recognition of same-sex relationships, including same sex-marriages and domestic relationship. Originating from very conservative societies, lesbian, Gays, Bi-sexual and Transgender used to hide their identity in front of others. Earlier people with same sex preferences used to hide their identity because they were scared to get the criticism from others. These people struggled a lot and had a legal fight for years to get this law implement. At the end government took the decision in their favour. After getting the legal approval from the government, they feel free to face the people in the society. Now they can roam more confidently without feeling awkward because of their choice of partner.
I personally feel that in a society everyone should be treated equally. Any discrimination on the basis of caste, religion or sex-preferences is morally unacceptable. Earlier these people with same sex orientation used to feel out of the part of the society. In my view, this law is a boon for their existence.
Many students get confused how they are supposed to write an effective essay to score a high band in writing task 2. Here are some tips to improve your writing skills as well as to be familiar with the pattern of IELTS writing exam. An ideal essay should contain all the required information asked in the question topic. IELTS Essay must be at least 250 words.
An ideal introduction should have only 3 to 4 sentences. Many students make mistake in the introduction and they start discussing about the whole idea of essay in the introduction part. In this paragraph, we generally try to give the introduction of the topic and our inputs about the topic that we will be discussing in the body paragraph. You can follow the below steps for writing an introduction.
1st Statement:A general statement about the question
2nd Statement:Rewrite the question in your own language.
3rd Statement: Thesis statement
2) Body Paragraph
A body paragraph can have two or three separate paragraphs as per the content. One has to keep in mind that for one idea we make one paragraph. An ideal discussion should concentrate on one idea thoroughly and for another idea there should be a separate paragraph.
For example, if we are discussing the pros and cons of Computers, all the benefits should be in one part of the body paragraph and drawbacks should be in another paragraph.
In the conclusion part of the essay, we just give the overall idea of our writing by summarizing the main points. We preferably do not require to write more than 3 to 4 sentences. Avoid using any new additional point or example. Essay tips find here..
A time when you had to change your mind about something you had planned to do.
What was it?
Why did you have to change the plan?
How did you feel about it?
Plans are a very promising phenomenon that occurs regularly in our lives. But they change due to different factors. Many a time I have intended a lot of things with a lot of ambitions but had to cancel or change due to various reasons.
One such incident took place when I had planned a motorcycling trip to a hill station nestled deep in the crevices of the Himalayan Mountains, along with a few friends. On a warm summer day we were sitting at a cafe near my place, and while we enjoyed our drinks, when I suddenly came up with an idea to go to a beautiful location in the hills near Himachal Pradesh on our motorcycles. We all discussed the plan and after a lot of brainstorming, we finalized our visit in the upcoming month of May, during our vacations. I was very excited and took permission from my family as well. After their agreement, I started preparing for the expedition and confirming the trip to the last detail. Sadly, sometimes such things happen due to which our pre-planning goes for a toss. Two days before we had to leave, my friend came to me and told me about a devastating earthquake that happened in the area we had decided to visit.
As a result, I was despaired and had almost reached the point of tears. With a heavy heart, I then called up all my friends and told them about the last minute change and the cancellation of the trip. Even after the change of plan, I had decided to visit the place during the autumn and promised myself that I will propose this trip again.
planned or meant. Example – Julia had intended to gift David a book.
A narrow opening. Example – Robert filled the crevice in the wall with cement.
A productive group discussion. Example – The agents did some brainstorming to produce new ideas.