Speaking -Part 2 (Cue Card)
Describe an invention that has changed the way people live their lives.
You should say:
- What it is?
- How it has changed people’s lives?
- What benefits did it bring ?
- Explain if it is more important for younger people or older people.
Well, as we are living in the 21st century
it is really common for us to hear about certain new inventions every now and then, but I would like to mention one such invention which has persuaded people to change their lifestyle and that invention is of the Internet.
The Internet has influenced many sectors of work, buisness education, healthcare and also the way people communicate. Nowadays, oh as we all know how easy and secure money transaction has become, thanks to the Internet .Furthermore , infinite information
can be accessed in Just in a few clicks which
has eradicated the process of scanning tons of books for information. Apart from this the convenience with which we can connect to different people around the world has made it a lot easier for buisnesses to grow globally , loved ones to stay connected , and different people from different cultures to come together. Last but not least the younger generation is more fascinated by internet because they get access to several entertainment platforms like social media ,Ott and gaming.
|Persuaded||Make someone to do something||Raman persuaded Neeta that he was right.|
|Platform||An opportunity to voice one’s views||College will provide a platform for startup funding.|
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 invention that has changed the way people live their lives’.
Q1. How has technology made our life easier?
The advancement of technology has made our daily life very convenient as we we can complete several tasks in just a few steps including shopping online , contacting friends on video call ,Transfer loads of information into any corner of the world and many more.
Q2. Is it hard for older people to accept new technologies?
Definitely yes, as with growing age our brain functioning also gets slow so it makes it difficult for older people to adapt to the new gadgets and inventions as they are not accustomed to using those but i believe with a little guidance and practice they may learn about the basic functions of every gadget.
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