Speaking -Part 2 (Cue Card)
Describe an important thing you learnt but not at school or college.
You should say:
- When did you learn it?
- How did you learn it?
- Why did you think it was important to learn it?
- How you felt when you learnt it?
Speaking -Part 3 (Follow up questions)
Here are some examples of follow up questions that examiner may ask during your speaking (part 3) related to cue card ‘Describe an important thing you learnt but not at school or college?’.
Q1. What can children learn from parents?
Parents teach kids important values like being kind and honest. They also show them how to do everyday things like cooking and cleaning. Parents pass on family traditions and help kids learn about their culture.
Q2. Is it necessary for adults to learn new skills?
Yes, grown-ups should learn new things. It helps with work, dealing with new technology, and personal growth. Learning new skills as adults also keeps our minds active, boosts confidence, and opens up new opportunities, making life more fulfilling and enjoyable. It’s an ongoing journey of self-improvement.
|Acquire||To gain or obtain new knowledge or skills||He acquired French quickly|
|Proficiency||The level of expertise or competence in a particular skill or area||I have attained proficiency in writing essays.|
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