Describe a fish market you visited IELTS cue card

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card

Describe a fish market you visited.

You should say:

Where this market is?
When and with whom you visited?
What did you see there?
How was the experience?

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 fish market you visited IELTS cue card:

Model Answer:

Introduction:
Well, I am a vegetarian by choice and I never ever had to visit any fish market. 

When and with whom you visited? 
But lately, it was my cousin’s wedding and I visited a fish market in my city with my uncle as he had to place a bulk order. 

This market is undoubtedly famous as a fish market because the only thing that you can smell here is fish. However, all other types of red and white meat are also available here. Although I do not consume fish I was curious to know about the different varieties. 

There were hundreds of hawkers yelling to attract the buyers. We ended up at a big shop where there were dozens of boxes full of fish. My uncle told me that there are mainly two types of fishes-fresh water and saltwater but people in this area prefer freshwater ones. 

What did you see there?
In fact, he also told me the names of some of the popular fish types such as Sole, pomfret, Salmon and Tuna. He placed an order with the shopkeeper for the party and then we moved to a different shop to place an order for seafood such as oysters, prawns and lobsters. 

How was the experience?
Honestly speaking it was too hard for me to bear the stink. My uncle told me it comes under exotic seafood that’s why it costs so high. Actually, some of the guests were coming from abroad to attend the wedding and for them, he had to arrange this food too, though he himself don’t like it, especially lobsters that look so scary.

Finally, it was time to place an order for Red and white meat for which we again moved to a different shop and there he showed me the chicken and Goat meat. It was not easy for me to be there seeing the butchers cutting the animals and I was grateful to God that I was out of the market once all done. 

On the way back home my uncle told me that meat has always been an essential part of the human diet for its nutrients and recommended me to turn non-vegetarian as well. 

Conclusion:
However, after paying a visit to this place, I don’t think I will ever be able to do so.

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Describe a fish market you visited IELTS Cue card

Describe a fish market you visited IELTS cue card

Introduction:
Well, I am a vegetarian by choice and I never ever had to visit any fish market. 
When and with whom you visited? 
But lately, it was my cousin’s wedding and I visited a fish market in my city with my uncle as he had to place a bulk order. 
This market is undoubtedly famous as a fish market because the only thing that you can smell here is fish. However, all other types of red and white meat are also available here. Although I do not consume fish I was curious to know about the different varieties. 
There were hundreds of hawkers yelling to attract the buyers. We ended up at a big shop where there were dozens of boxes full of fish. My uncle told me that there are mainly two types of fishes-fresh water and saltwater but people in this area prefer freshwater ones. 
What did you see there?
In fact, he also told me the names of some of the popular fish types such as Sole, pomfret, Salmon and Tuna. He placed an order with the shopkeeper for the party and then we moved to a different shop to place an order for seafood such as oysters, prawns and lobsters. 
How was the experience?
Honestly speaking it was too hard for me to bear the stink. My uncle told me it comes under exotic seafood that’s why it costs so high. Actually, some of the guests were coming from abroad to attend the wedding and for them, he had to arrange this food too, though he himself don’t like it, especially lobsters that look so scary.
Finally, it was time to place an order for Red and white meat for which we again moved to a different shop and there he showed me the chicken and Goat meat. It was not easy for me to be there seeing the butchers cutting the animals and I was grateful to God that I was out of the market once all done. 
On the way back home my uncle told me that meat has always been an essential part of the human diet for its nutrients and recommended me to turn non-vegetarian as well.