Describe a crime you involved in IELST cue card

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card

Describe a crime you involved in.

You should say:

When it was?
What crime it was? 
Why you got involved?
How did you feel?

Note: You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.

Model Answers and follow up questions to describe a crime you involved in IELTS cue card:

Model Answer:

Introduction:
Well, most of us do not have any criminal intent, yet once in a while, we get involved in wrongdoings intentionally or unintentionally.

When it was?
Here I would like to narrate an incident when I was caught for committing a crime and was penalized for the same. I vividly remember I was almost fifteen years old. Most teenagers of my age are curious to ride motorbikes. I requested my father many times to teach me how to ride a bike but he always refused to do so and warned me not to try until you turn 18 as it is illegal to ride a vehicle I always used to keep on thinking and dreaming of riding a bike at full speed. 

What crime it was? and Why you got involved?
One day, I was home alone. I took it as an opportunity and invited one of my friends at home and out of curiosity we took the bike on the main road. I was driving it comfortably with my friend sitting behind and all of a sudden, a traffic police officer stopped us at an intersection for not wearing a helmet and when he enquired about the driving licence we got numb. 

The officer said, it is a crime to drive without a licence and since we were underaged too he arrested us. My father arrived at the police station as soon as he got the news and he pleaded with the officer to release us. We promised the officer that it will not happen again, but my father still had to pay Rs. 5000 huge fine. 

How did you feel? and Conclusion: 
At this point, my father was very angry for not obeying him but I apologised to my father and felt sorry wholeheartedly and said I have learnt the lesson and I will not get involved in any ill-activity again. 

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Describe a crime you involved in IELTS cue card

Describe a crime you involved in IELTS cue card

Introduction:
Well, most of us do not have any criminal intent, yet once in a while, we get involved in wrongdoings intentionally or unintentionally.
When it was?
Here I would like to narrate an incident when I was caught for committing a crime and was penalized for the same. I vividly remember I was almost fifteen years old. Most teenagers of my age are curious to ride motorbikes. I requested my father many times to teach me how to ride a bike but he always refused to do so and warned me not to try until you turn 18 as it is illegal to ride a vehicle I always used to keep on thinking and dreaming of riding a bike at full speed. 
What crime it was? and Why you got involved?
One day, I was home alone. I took it as an opportunity and invited one of my friends at home and out of curiosity we took the bike on the main road. I was driving it comfortably with my friend sitting behind and all of a sudden, a traffic police officer stopped us at an intersection for not wearing a helmet and when he enquired about the driving licence we got numb. 
The officer said, it is a crime to drive without a licence and since we were underaged too he arrested us. My father arrived at the police station as soon as he got the news and he pleaded with the officer to release us. We promised the officer that it will not happen again, but my father still had to pay Rs. 5000 huge fine. 
How did you feel? and Conclusion: 
At this point, my father was very angry for not obeying him but I apologised to my father and felt sorry wholeheartedly and said I have learnt the lesson and I will not get involved in any ill-activity again.