CUE CARD – Describe an interesting neighbour
Speaking -Part 2 (Cue Card)
Describe an interesting neighbour.
You should say:
- How long you have known this neighbour?
- What sort of person he/she is?
- How often do you see him/her?
- And explain what kind of relationship you have with him/her OR explain why you consider this person to be an interesting neighbour?
Ankush is like a scientist who loves exploring the deep ocean. I know him since past 5 years. He goes on cool trips to learn about underwater stuff and even found a new kind of jellyfish that glows! What’s awesome is that Ankush turns his backyard into a fun class where our kids can learn about the ocean and how to help take care of it. He talks about sharks, those colorful reefs, and what we can do to keep the oceans clean. You can tell he’s really excited about his job, and when he tells us about his adventures, it’s like we’re going on a cool journey too. So, having Ankush as our neighbor is like having a super friendly teacher and an explorer right next door!
|Ubiquitous||Something that is present or found everywhere, all the time.||Smartphones have become ubiquitous in our modern lives.|
|Ephemeral||Something that is short-lived or lasts only for a brief period.||A rainbow after a rain shower is an example of an ephemeral phenomenon.|
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 interesting neighbour’.
Q1. Do you think neighbors are important?
Sure! Neighbors are like nearby friends. They help keep our area safe and can give us a hand when we need it. Being friendly with them makes our place nice to live, and we can share things with each other. So, yes, neighbors are pretty important!
Q2. Do most Indians know their neighbours?
In India, lots of people know their neighbors. In small places, they’re often friendly and help each other. In big cities, it’s not as common because everyone’s busy, but some still try to be friends. It’s different for everyone, but knowing neighbours is usually a good thing in India.
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