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Describe a city or place you once visited with your family (IELTS Cue Card Sepember to December 2019)

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Describe a city or place you once visited with your family (IELTS Cue Card Sepember to December 2019)

  • Which place is it?
  • How often do you go there?
  • What is special about this place?
  • Why do you frequently visit this place?
Sample Answer 1

Every person has different hobbies and ways to pass their leisure time. People’s choices vary and can range from spending time indoors or going out to places with friends or family. There are a lot of places such as shopping complexes, movie theatres, public parks, and amusement parks that one can visit with their families for recreational purposes.

I like spending time with my family and going out to explore new places. I visit new places and mark out the ones that I want to visit again with my family. One such place that I regularly visit with my family is a beautiful spot in the open where some families come for picnics. I come here on the weekends to have a picnic with my family. It is on the outskirts of the city and can be reached after a drive through a hilly road with a lot of twists and turns. It is shadowed by a huge mountain and is nestled in its valley. The area has a large grassy ground lined with wild shrubs similar to a public park, next to a freshwater stream overlooking a hill densely populated with evergreen trees.

It is a peaceful and quiet area with a cool breeze and no noise at all times. We like sitting there for hours talking to each other, playing games, and admiring the beauty of nature and the greenery all around us.


Sample Answer 2

I have visited many cities with my family, such as Amritsar, Chandigarh and New Delhi Here I would like to talk about a city I visited with my family and liked a lot. Last year, in December, I went with my parents to Jaipur, Rajasthan. It was a seven-day tour. We visited many places in Jaipur. It is a very good tourist destination. We saw the Amer Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Maharani Palace, City Palace and many more places.

Just opposite the Hawa Mahal, there were many people selling puppets. Those puppets were very colourful. I wanted to buy some for myself and my friends. My mother and I crossed the street and asked the price of those puppets. They told us that one piece was for Rs 50, but if we buy a dozen, they would cost us much less. We were happy with the offer because we wanted to buy at least two dozen. We bought many different puppets, some dolls, some animal puppets and some bird puppets.

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I have hung two doll puppets – one dressed as a bride and one dressed as a groom, in my room. They have added beauty and colour to my room. They also remind me of my trip to Jaipur. The rest of the puppets, I gifted to my friends. These puppets are traditional art of Rajasthan. They are not available anywhere else in India. Whenever anyone comes to my room, they appreciate my dolls and I feel very good about it. I am sure, I will buy some more such handicrafts when I go next to Rajasthan.

Follow-ups (A city you once visited with your family cue card)

  1. What kind of cities do you like? 

I like cities that have good facilities, are clean, have green areas like parks and gardens, along with trees planted along the roads especially and in other areas, and where the traffic is well-regulated. I personally prefer smaller cities to big cities.

  1. Do you think it is important to protect historical cities? 

Yes, it is important that historical cities be protected. Such cities not only attract tourism but also keep us connected to our roots, history, and culture.

  1. What are the serious issues city residents face today? 

Some serious issues that city residents face today are pollution, traffic congestion, shortage of resources like water and electricity, and an increased crime rate.

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