In Describe a person who helps others in his or her spare time IELTS Speaking cue card, you will be asked to speak about a person who has a helpful nature. You should say:
|☑️ Who this person is?|
☑️ How often this person helps others?
☑️ How this person helps others?
☑️ How you feel about this person?
NOTE – You have one minute to think about what you are going to say, then you’ll have to talk about the topic for one-to-two minutes. A paper and a pencil will be given so that you can make some notes if you wish.
Our world is full of people who are empathetic towards others. Their helpful nature and caring attitude
Who this person is?
He is none other than Ravi Singh.
• He is in his early twenties and is robust, tall and handsome.
• Ravi has done post-graduation in Science and currently working with ISRO.
• But after his office hours, he becomes a super hero and help others.
How often this person helps others?
He does this on regular basis. I remember. last weekend, he took me along to an orphanage home to donate food and clothes.
How this person helps others?
He has joined an NGO which assists poor children by providing all of them education and teach them to cope up with life as an orphan. Government provides them support but it is not enough. So, he share part of his salary every month for the growth & development of orphan kids.
How you feel about this person?
The best thing about him is that he is not scared of fighting for the right cause, even if he has to make a lot of sacrifices.
• He is an inspiration for today’s generation.
• When I talk about him, I feel motivated that I should also give back to the society.
In the end, I just want to tell you that… The thing which his soul can be seeking by helping others is definitely the happiness, I am fortunate to know such grand personality in my life.
Following are the probable set of IELTS Speaking Part-3 follow up questions that could be asked in Describe a person who helps others in his or her spare time cue card:
Do people nowadays help others more than in the past?
Helping others is a human element. There have been helpful people in every era although means of helping others were different. I believe now technology opened new avenues for helping people, which was not the case in the past.
Who should teach children to help others? Parents or teachers?
Both parents and teachers share the responsibility to ensure that the children learn to help others. Parents should be role models for their and teachers can have lessons and activities in schools to inculcate/imbibe this value/virtue in children.
In what kind of professions do people help others more?
I think in all professions people help other directly or indirectly through their products and services. However, those working in the social/community service fields, like NGOs working to promote child education, women empowerment, and other such social issues, help others more.
Why are some people willing to help others?
People who are empathetic, sensitive, and compassionate are more willing to help others. These values are what they have seen and learned from their parents, teachers and other people around them while they are growing up.
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