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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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Lesson 36 of 71
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Describe an argument two of your friends had

Describe an argument two of your friends had

Describe an argument two of your friends had IELTS Cue Card with band 9 answer and part 3 follow up questions
Describe an argument two of your friends had 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 an argument two of your friends had band 9 IELTS Speaking Cue Card part 2 and part 3 follow up questions.

Describe an argument two of your friends had IELTS Cue Card

You should say

  • When it happened
  • What it was about
  • How it was solved
  • How you felt about it?

Band 9 Model Answer to Describe an argument two of your friends had IELTS Cue Card

  • Contentions are an exceptionally normal piece of life.
  • However, I figure most contentions can in any case be stayed away from.
  • As of late, India confronted the second Covid wave.
  • As the numbers were rising, my companions and I were talking about whether a lockdown ought to be forced.
  • One of my companions, Ravi accepted that a tough lockdown was the solitary answer for cut down the cases.
  • He was extremely unyielding that lockdown ought to be forced immediately.
  • Nonetheless, one of my different companions, Vishal accepted that lockdowns don’t help.
  • He said that lockdowns lead to tremendous misfortune to the economy and by no means ought governments to go for a lockdown or a time limitation.
  • Right away, it began in an exceptionally quiet way.
  • We were all examining the issue, yet ultimately just they were the ones talking and we just stayed there tuning in.
  • The two of them began with realities and counters.
  • As the contention proceeded, both of their voices went up.
  • We advised them to quiet down, yet now, they were immersed to such an extent that they didn’t tune in.
  • In the end, they boiled down to individual assaults as opposed to discussing the requirement for a lockdown.
  • In reality later we came to realize that Ravi had lost his uncle due to Covid and he earnestly accepted that he might have been saved if the public authority had reported a lockdown.
  • Vishal was unyielding on the grounds that his family had experienced gigantic misfortunes in the last lockdown.
  • They had been both influenced by the issue actually and that is the reason they were so passionate with regards to it.
  • Eventually, we disclosed to them that their conversation would not affect the matter so it was a debatable issue squabbling over it.
  • In any case, on that day, I likewise believed that it would be an extremely challenging choice for the public authority to take.
  • The genuine finish to the contention when the cases rose forcefully and ultimately the public authority had to force a lockdown.

Speaking Part 3 Follow-Up Questions to Describe an argument two of your friends had

  1. Do you think contentions are significant?

    Indeed, contentions are most certainly significant on the grounds that they make us think about the opposite side of the issues.

    Contentions happen when we are determined with regards to something and yet, we neglect to comprehend the opposite side. At the point when we contend we find out with regards to others’ opinion.
  2. What do relatives for the most part quarrel over?
    I think contentions occurred over little issues like what ought to be made for supper for sure film ought to be watched to enormous issues like how youngsters ought to be raised, how might cash be spent, marriage choices, etc.

    On the off chance that, there is a privately-owned company there may likewise be contentions on how the business ought to be run.

    Eventually, relatives can squabble about every conceivable thing.
  3. Is it simpler for you to have contentions with your companions or your relatives?

    I believe it’s simpler for me to have contentions with companions on the grounds that subsequent to having the contention I get the existence to contemplate the issue.

    Along these lines, subsequent to pondering it I by and large apologize in the event that I think I’m off-base or I simply apologize for contending regardless of whether I believe I’m correct.

    This finishes the issue. Then again, with family, I don’t get the space. Thus, now and then the contentions proceed for quite a long time.
  4. Do you figure individuals should change the manner in which they think when they have contentions?

    I think contentions happen as a result of two fundamental reasons. Right off the bat, individuals can’t handle their feelings and they make statements they wouldn’t regularly.

    Also, they happen in light of the fact that individuals have exceptionally solid conclusions about something. Thus, I consider rather substantiating oneself right, individuals ought to attempt to pay attention to other’s perspective in contentions.
  5. If two individuals contend, do you figure a third individual ought to be engaged with the settlement?

    Indeed, I figure a third individual can acquire the truly necessary objectivity on the grounds that individuals engaged with the contention become passionate with regards to the issue.

    Some of the time a third individual’s inclusion can bring a speedy goal, in any case contentions can continue for quite a long time.
  6. Why do you think individuals are difficult and reluctant to change?

    I think individuals are self-absorbed and they feel that they will lose on the off chance that they pay attention to the next individual.

    Additionally, they come to accept or work on something due to their past encounters and that is the reason they are sincerely associated with the issue.
  7. Do you think you are obstinate?

    Indeed, I believe it’s one of my large disadvantages. I have extremely amazing sentiments about specific things and that is the reason I’m obstinate. Notwithstanding, I’m attempting to change this part about me and listen more to other people.
  8. Will you change?

    Indeed, as I said before I’m investing to change yet it is more effort done than said. It would require some investment however it is certainly conceivable.

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