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IELTS English speaking course - Simply IELTS

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  1. Introduction

    General Overview of IELTS Speaking Test
  2. Evaluation criteria to assess IELTS Speaking test
  3. Do’s and don’ts in IELTS Speaking
  4. Frequently asked questions on IELTS Speaking section
  5. Speaking Test – Part 1
    IELTS Speaking Part 1 format and general approach
  6. Tips for IELTS Speaking Part 1
  7. Speaking Test - Part 2
    A step by step guide to IELTS Speaking Part 2 or cue card
  8. IELTS Speaking Part 2 topics
    Describe your first day at school IELTS Cue Card
  9. Describe an aquatic animal IELTS Cue Card
  10. Describe a bag you want to own IELTS Cue Card
  11. Describe a time you got up early IELTS Cue Card
  12. Describe an art or craft activity IELTS Cue Card
  13. Describe a person who solved a problem in a smart way IELTS Cue Card
  14. Describe an exciting book that you enjoy reading IELTS Cue Card
  15. Describe a cafe you like to visit IELTS Cue Card
  16. Describe a plan in your life that is not related to work or study IELTS cue card
  17. Talk about an article which you have read about health IELTS Cue Card
  18. Describe a time you were friendly to someone you didn’t like
  19. Describe a time you bought something from a street or outdoor market
  20. Describe a time when you are waiting for something special that would happen
  21. Describe a place you visited on vacation IELTS Cue Card
  22. Describe a creative person whose work you admire
  23. Describe a difficult decision that you once made
  24. Describe a good service you received IELTS Cue Card
  25. Describe a famous athlete you know IELTS Cue Card
  26. Describe a habit your friend has and you want to develop
  27. Describe a bicycle/motorcycle/car trip you would like to go on
  28. Describe a decision made by others/someone that you disagreed with
  29. Describe a businessman you admire
  30. Describe a town or city you would like to live in the future
  31. Describe an activity that you do after school/work
  32. Describe a foreign person who you have heard or known that you think is interesting
  33. Describe a time when you tried to do something but weren’t very successful
  34. Describe a piece of equipment that is important in your home
  35. Describe someone older than you whom you admire
  36. Describe an argument two of your friends had
  37. Describe a natural talent you want to improve
  38. Describe a law on environmental protection
  39. Describe a puzzle you have played IELTS Cue Card
  40. Describe a live sports match that you have watched
  41. Describe an occasion when you were not allowed to use your mobile phone
  42. Describe a piece of local news that people are interested in
  43. Describe a time you saw something interesting on social media
  44. Describe an art or craft activity that you had at school
  45. Describe a company where you live that employs a lot of people
  46. Describe a quiet place you like to spend your time in
  47. Describe a time when you helped a friend
  48. Describe a leisure activity near the sea that you want to try
  49. Describe a time when you shared something with others
  50. Describe your favorite movie IELTS Cue Card
  51. Describe your favorite singer
  52. Describe a time you made a promise to someone
  53. Describe an art exhibition that you visited
  54. Describe a time when you told your friend an important truth
  55. Describe a skill that you can teach other people
  56. Describe a time when you needed to use your imagination
  57. Describe a special hotel you stayed in
  58. Describe a film you watched IELTS Cue Card
  59. Describe a meeting in which you were speaker
  60. Describe a time when you had to walk barefoot
  61. Describe a house or an apartment you would like to live in
  62. Describe a website you visit often IELTS Speaking Cue Card
  63. Talk about an own thing which would like to remove
  64. Describe an island you would like to visit
  65. Speaking Test - Part 3
    Tips to crack IELTS Speaking Part 3
  66. Actual Speaking Exams
    IELTS Speaking test sample answer: Accommodation and House
  67. IELTS Speaking test: Behaviour, Patience and Politeness
  68. IELTS Speaking test: Computers, Internet and Technology
  69. IELTS Speaking test: Friends
  70. IELTS Speaking Test Answers Family
  71. IELTS Speaking sample answers: Hometown
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Describe a puzzle you have played IELTS Cue Card

Describe a puzzle you have played IELTS Cue Card

Describe a puzzle you have played IELTS Cue Card
Describe a puzzle you have played IELTS Cue Card with band 9 answer and part 3 follow up questions

In this lesson from simply IELTS, you will know how to Describe a puzzle you have played band 9 IELTS Speaking Cue Card part 2 and part 3 follow up questions.

Describe a puzzle you have played IELTS Cue Card

You should say

  • What it is like?
  • How easy or difficult it is?
  • How long it takes you to solve it?
  • And how you feel about it?

Band 9 Model Answer to Describe a puzzle you have played IELTS Cue Card

  • I think puzzles are a decent method to challenge our minds.
  • Since the time I was a child, I have appreciated settling puzzles.
  • I was in every case extremely inquisitive and surprisingly used to dismantle and reassemble my toys just to perceive how they functioned.
  • My entire family used to do the Sunday paper crossword puzzle together.
  • I have additionally done numerous jigsaw puzzles and here I might want to discuss one that I did a couple of years prior.
  • On my eighteenth birthday celebration, my companions gifted me a 500-piece jigsaw puzzle.
  • Prior to that, I had never settled a riddle with such countless pieces.
  • 100 pieces was the greatest I had done previously.
  • The jigsaw plan on the crate had an excellent scene with mountains behind the scenes and a lake before it.
  • It looked simple yet I when I began doing it, I understood it had a great deal of precarious rehashing designs and comparable shapes and tones.
  • It was extremely difficult and in the wake of going through 2 hours on it I was not even mostly done.
  • I was happy I was doing it on an end of the week and didn’t need to go to class that day.
  • I began getting baffled and at one point I needed to surrender it
  • I went on vacation and chose to get back on it.
  • The break aided, and I could think better and do it quicker.
  • I at last figured out how to complete it and altogether, it took me around 5 hours to tackle it.
  • I felt an extraordinary pride.
  • I was so glad and showed the completed riddle to my family.
  • I would not like to split it up and saved it around my work area for a couple of days.
  • I revamp this riddle following a couple of months and completed it somewhat quicker.
  • I have purchased numerous 500 and more piece’s riddles after that yet rather than finishing them in one day, I like to keep them around my work area and work 20-30 minutes on them consistently.

Speaking Part 3 Follow-Up Questions to Describe a puzzle you have played

  1. Why do guardians allow their youngsters to play puzzles?

    Guardians let their kids play puzzles since they are generally excellent learning instruments and useful for their mental health.

    Riddles keep their brains dynamic and working. They assist with working on their focus, their critical thinking abilities, and completing a riddle presents to them a feeling of achievement.
  2. What sort of riddles work on individuals’ knowledge?

    Tackling puzzles is acceptable an approach to practice our cerebrum and keep it dynamic and sharp.

    Riddles like Sudoku, Crossword, Jigsaw, Rubik’s 3D shape, and so forth can work on our intellectual capacities and lifts our insight.
  3. Why are criminal investigator stories alluring to individuals?

    I think analyst stories are so well known in light of the fact that it empowers individuals to utilize their creative mind and address the secret.

    People have the regular drive to tackle issues and criminal investigator books/films let them do that.
  4. Which improve? An analyst film or its unique book?

    I think unique books are vastly improved. Books don’t have any time restrictions and have more profundity. Films need to catch the whole novel in a couple of hours and some significant parts/subtleties get forgotten about.

    Additionally, books are intellectually invigorating and draw in the creative mind more than films as your psyche should picture what’s happening.

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