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Describe someone you really like to spend time with IELTS Cue-Card

In Describe someone you really like to spend time with IELTS Cue Card (2022), you will answer the following questions:

  1. Who this person is?
  2. How you knew him/her?
  3. What you usually do together?
  4. Explain why you like to spend time with him/her?
Describe someone you really like to spend time with IELTS Cue Card
Describe someone you really like to spend time with cue card

Model Answer 1

Introducing someone

Being able to spend time with someone really helps us build a healthy relationship. We can trust and go to that person for anything no matter how hard the situation might be.

Who this person is? & How you knew him/her?

Suraj is the friend with whom I prefer to spend most of my time. I first met him while I was in high school. Following that, our friendship grew and we became best friends.

What you usually do together?

We do plenty of things together. Firstly, we see each other every morning and go for a walk. Then, we meet at the office to discuss daily work agenda’s as we both work at the same company. After that, we do lunch together and engage in office gossips.

Explain why you like to spend time with him?

Suraj is an intellectual person. He knows so much about everything that makes him the most suitable person to spend time with. By talking to him about a variety of unfamiliar topics, I like to learn new things and approach situations from a different perspective. For instance, I don’t know much about international trade, so Suraj helps me understand global business trade and policies.

Concluding the cue card

In the end, I would just tell you that being around a close friend makes you feel good and optimistic about life.

Model Answer 2

  • If I had to describe myself, I would say that I am a very private person who requires some time and effort to become comfortable around strangers.
  • Regardless, I enjoy spending time with my family.
  • I’m really close to both of my parents, but because we’re mostly filling in (because they work and I’m considering), it’s difficult for us to be together.
  • My nephew, my sister’s child, is someone with whom I spend a lot of time.
  • He is nearly five years old.
  • To me, he’s a one-of-a-kind individual.
  • There are numerous reasons for this.
  • Everyone initially thinks he looks like me, and we both enjoy exchanging energy with one another.
  • I believe the rationale for this is because we are completely comfortable with one another.
  • Around him, I get to act like a kid, and I miss being a kid.
  • He’s also a lot like myself, in that he’s exceedingly shy among strangers and extremely cunning, just like I was in my teens.
  • As a result, spending time with him helps me recollect my youth in some way.
  • I was impatient to grow up during my adolescence, but now I occasionally wish to turn back the clock and relive my adolescent.
  • There are so many activities we do as a family.
  • However, one thing we enjoy doing is playing practical jokes on Deepa, my sister, and his mother.
  • I believe we will be able to accomplish this. We also both enjoy chocolate, so whenever we have the opportunity, we try to buy and eat chocolate in secret.
  • Regardless, as the grown-up, I do get chastised from time to time.
  • I, too, have a dog, and we both enjoy playing with her.
  • We enjoy taking her out for walks and caring for her.
  • In the evenings, I take my nephew to the park and let him burn off some energy on the swings.
  • In some circumstances, I wish he would always be a child, but I recognise that this will not happen no matter how many times I wish for it.

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Follow-up Questions (9 Bands)

  1. How many generations usually live together in India?
  2. Is it important to visit family members?
  3. What are the values of family in your country?
  4. Why is family bonding necessary for happiness in life?

1. How many generations usually live together in India?

In most parts of rural India, it is common to find two or three generations living together. The father (or eldest son, if the father is not present) is usually the patriarch while his wife may supervise any daughters or daughters-in-law that have moved into the household. However, in urban centres, people usually live in smaller nuclear families.

2. Is it important to visit family members?

Visiting close members of a family allows people to stay in touch, express their feelings, share their experiences, and simply spend time together. Also, visits reaffirm to the individual you’re visiting that he or she is still a valued family member or friend.

3. What are the values of family in your country?

Family values play an important role in shaping the outlook of people. Respect and care for elders are among the central principles in the Indian family system. We must cherish the role played by the values in a family system in nurturing and preserving our cultural and social ethics.

4. Why is family bonding necessary for happiness in life?

Family is where our roots of happiness take hold and from there we grow. Family bonding helps to instil trust and hope in the world around us and belief in ourselves. Thus, increasing overall happiness in life.

Follow-up Questions (7 Bands)

Q) How many generations usually live together in India?

Ans) I believe that the situation in India is undergoing a shift. Prior to this, combined families were more usual, with three or four children living together. However, nowadays, family groups are more normal, with a maximum of two generations living together.

Q) Is it important to visit family members?

Ans) It is critical to meet with relatives on a regular basis. I believe that family defines us, and that family is what sustains us and stands by us in difficult times. In any event, I believe that this beneficent link will continue to exist as long as we stay in touch.

Q) What are the values of family in your country?

Ans)The primary benefits of family in India, according to them, are respect for elderly and a focus on the family’s needs rather than our individual needs. That is why, in India, we think in terms of us rather than I; for example, we own a house and a vehicle.

Q) Why is family bonding necessary for happiness in life?

Ans)Family ties are vital for happiness because they provide us with a sense of security. It makes us feel like we’re in good company, like there’s someone supporting us.

Q) Do you think the support from a friend is different from the support from a family member?

Ans)Absolutely, I believe. In familial relationships, there is a component of magnanimity that I believe is missing when it comes to companion assistance. It also doesn’t have any weight to it. What I mean is that we accept assistance from friends, but it also causes us to suffer.

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