IELTS Speaking Task Cue Card: Something you borrowed from a friend or a family member.
IELTS Speaking Task Cue Card
Something you borrowed from a friend or a family member.
- When was this incident?
- What did you borrowed?
- How was your experience?
Friends and family are highly important relationships that stand by you in your time of need. Man is a social entity, and always forms ‘give and take relations, where they take help and help those in need every time. I have a lot of good friends and caring, supportive family members as well. We all stand by each other’s side during tough times. One such incident is worth mention, and it is about my cousin brother. It happened when I had just cleared my degree and joined my first job. I liked my job very much even though it was a very hectic one.
I had a load of assignments I needed to complete, which often required me to work after hours from my home. This posed an issue as I did not own a computer then. One day, I was on an outing with my cousin, who was very fond of me and adored me. Being the elder brother, he taught me a lot through real-life examples of life and its problems with the utmost compassion. I told him of this issue during our discussion, in hopes that he would help me out with his advice there as well. To my surprise, he took me to his place and gave me his personal laptop computer. He basically lent it to me and told me to return it back only after I had purchased one of my own.
I was humbled and thankful to him for this huge help, as well as worrying about hampering his work. He assured me that he had an official laptop as well, and it was sufficient for his work. I thanked him a lot and used the laptop for the next three months. After saving from my salary, I purchased a new laptop for my own use and returned my cousin his laptop. I still keep that incident as a cherished memory and thank him for his graciousness.
|Words||Meanings (with examples)|
a thing with distinct and independent existence. (Each person in this world has a separate entity)
|Graciousness||The virtue of being nice. (He has helped me a lot, and I will thank him for his graciousness.)|
sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others. ( I have a lot of compassion for the differently abled people.)
|Adored||Deeply loved (he adored his mother a lot)|