IELTS Cue Card Sample Questions # Family Member
Most of us live in a nuclear family but no matter what we all have our own extended families. There are some who have a smaller extended family but for many there are so many family members we meet during the summer holidays. But, there are only few we get together well with. The ones with whom we share our secrets and tell them about our fights. This time we are looking at a cue card that talks about the member of the family that you go along well with.
Describe a family member that you go on well with.
You should say :
- who it is?
- what relationship you have with that person
- what that person is like
- what you do together
also explain, why you get on so well.
- my brother
- usually talk or travel.
- understand each other well and give each other the required time.
I have many paternal and maternal cousins but I think the one person in my family that I really get along well is my brother. We have had our share of fights and ignorance in our growing years but I think over the period of time we have grown closer. His name is Mayank and is presently doing his Bachelors from a State owned university.
Mayank is a carefree yet careful child as I know him. The best part about him is that he knows which matters of life should be taken seriously and which ones should be considered in a lighter mood. This makes it so easy for us to interact because I know how he will take jokes. However, owing to his education and then my job we don’t meet very often but we do talk on phone and whenever we meet we mostly go out on rides to places we have never been.
The best part about our relationship is that we never need to hide anything from each other. Be it any of the darkest secrets or the stupidest habits that we form, we have always told each other about it and helped each other through out it. I think the only reason that we do get along with each other is because we do know each other. We know our problems and even if we don’t we are ready to go an extra mile to help each other.
of or appropriate to a father.
relating to a mother, especially during pregnancy or shortly after childbirth.
having or showing a great lack of intelligence or common sense.
go an extra mile
to do more than what is needed.