Speaking Part 2: (Cue Card) Tell about a talkative person you know.

Speaking Part 2:

Tell about a talkative person you know.

  • Who that person is?
  • Where you met this person?
  • What that person talks about?
  • How you felt after talking to that person?

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Sample Answer

A prerequisite condition to start a relationship is to first initiate a dialogue. A healthy communication involves both listening and speaking. Some people are reserved and talk less ,whereas others are big mouthed. In order to maintain a healthy mind, we must share our thoughts and feeling with others. It also improves your bond with others, and encourages them to listen to you.

As a teenager, I was very shy and unable to express myself. Suddenly, I met the most talkative person of my life who completely changed me. She was my colleague and became my best friend in no time. I had heard that opposite attracts but I started believing in this after meeting her. We are still best friends.

Though, she looks very arrogant and pretentious, but actually she is outspoken and helpful. My friend is always ready to start a conversation with anyone about anything. She believes that whatever she knows is important and must be shared with others. We never have any  misunderstanding between us because she tries her best to explain every small detail.She finds talking is the best medicine to beat stress and anxiety. Due to her habit of talking, she is notable to many and has a large group of friends. Being with her, I have learnt the importance of talking to feel happy and confident.

To conclude, since, we know excess of everything is bad .Therefore, over communication sometimes makes a person deviate from the main topic of discussion. People ignore loquacious people as they do not listen and only talk. I believe, we must not impose our thoughts on others but should also listen to others.

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Writing Task 2: History Versus Science Subjects

Writing task 2

History Versus Science Subjects

You should spend 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

Some people say History is one of the most important school subjects. Other people think that, in today’s world, subjects like Science and Technology are more important than History.
Discuss both the views and give your opinion.

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant example from your own knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.

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Sample Answer

Primary education has always played a major role in building the foundation of knowledge. Students study various subjects to enhance their understanding about different areas of life. History is one of them, which provides us knowledge about our past. Some people believe that history must be taught in the primary schools, whereas, other think that the priority should be given to the subjects like Science and Technology. I will discuss about both the views in my essay.

On one hand, this subject is essential to learn about the evolution of societies and causes of change. Moreover, we also get to know about different cultures and dynasties prevalent worldwide. History compiles real life stories which further motivate many people. It also educates us about the causes of sufferings we had in the past. This knowledge can help us avoid those mistakes in the future. We generally believe that one must not dwell on the past rather should focus on the present and future. But the roots of the present and future are always linked to the past. Hence, we cannot ignore the importance of knowing about the past to create a better future.

Certainly, history is beneficial to mankind. Nevertheless, the absence of its practical applications in today’s contemporary world has affected its popularity. Cramming dates and years of the past incidents kills the creativity of the learner. Today’s generation is focusing more on technological innovations for future developments. For that reason, subjects like history do not fit into the current education system. In addition, teachers use conventional methodology to teach History. Consequently, the subject becomes boring and less participative.

To conclude, students often question the relevance of having a history class in the schools. But they do not understand the intensity of change this subject can bring to our lives. Every subject has its relevance and contribution in our lives. Even though, in the age of robots, it is essential to study science based subjects, in my opinion, the information about our culture and origin is equally important.

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Writing Task: How to write a report on a given map

IELTS Writing task:

How to summarise the changes in a map?

  • Identify the changes in the given map.
  • Generally, there are five main categories of changes.
  • Changes are usually related to shops, jobs, parks, entertainment, cinema, restaurant, new buildings, hotels, trees, traffic and roads etc.
  • We have to use the appropriate verbs in the given categories to discuss about the changes.

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Category Appropriate verbs

 

1.    Expansion

 

Enlarge, bigger, extend,

Example. Hostel area has been enlarged.(if happened in present)

Or

Hostel area was enlarged.(if happened in the past)

 

2.    Removal

 

Knock down, pull down, demolish, cut down

E. Old market has been knocked down. (if happened in present)

Or

Old market was knocked down. (if happened in the past)

 

3.    Introduction

 

Build, introduce, construct, erect,

Eg. A big shopping mall has been constructed. (if happened in present)

Or

A big shopping mall was constructed. (if happened in the past)

 

 

4.    Conversion

 

Convert, make into, redevelop, turn into

Eg. The bank has been converted into a five star hotel. .(if happened in present)

Or

The bank was converted into a five star hotel. (if happened in the past)

 

5.    Generalisation

 

Industrialize, modernise, urbanise

Eg. The city has been modernised. (if happened in present)

Or

The city was modernised. (if happened in the past)

 

  1. We describe changes by using present perfect passive, if the changes have taken place recently or in the current year. We generally use such sentences in the first paragraph of introduction.

Eg. A new flyover has been built.

 

  1. We use the simple past passive to describe changes which have taken place, in further paragraphs.

Eg. The bank was converted into a five star hotel.

 

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Writing Task 2: Essay on ‘ Time is Money ‘

Writing task 2 Essay

Time is Money

 

You should spend 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

‘Time is money.’

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant example from your own knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.

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Sample Answer

I completely agree with the famous phrase written by Benjamin Franklin that ‘Time is Money’. Time is indeed precious and priceless. We require time to earn money but money cannot buy the time which is lost. We all get limited amount of time in our lives. Therefore, it depends on us whether we utilise our time productively or just waste it aimlessly.

This proverb signifies that time outweighs money. As we know, time is moving ahead continuously. Present becomes past with a blink of an eye. It means that we must respect time more than anything else. The actions we take at the right time defines our achievements in life. Opportunities in life must be identified and harnessed timely to experience an event of great grandeur. Understanding the true value of time is essential to taste success in life. Life is uncertain and the amount of time we get in life is predefined and limited. I believe, a moment gone never comes back, it is lost forever. Therefore, we shouldn’t be careless with our time.

Therefore, time management is an indispensable skill to increase efficiency and effectiveness. In order to manage our time, we must have certain goals to attain. Every individual should prepare and follow a schedule of planned activities to accomplish aforesaid target. In this way we can make our actions goal-oriented and less time consuming. The act of time management symbolises the value of time one holds in one’s life.

To conclude, like money, time can neither be earned nor saved for the future use. Time and life are completely inseparable. We have no control on time but we can control our actions. By taking right actions at right time, we can make our life more satisfactory .People who waste their time in wandering aimlessly, tend to suffer. We can either make the best use of the time or just repent afterwards.

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