Describe a love marriage story IELTS Cue Card

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card

Describe a love marriage story.

You should say:

Who’s story is this?
When and how you learned about it?
How do you feel about it?

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 love marriage story IELTS Cue Card:

Model Answer:

Introduction:
Well, there is no end to the stories of people who fall in love with each other, and often they get married as well. 

Who’s story is this?
I know many who got married with their first love. But here I would take this opportunity to talk about my cousin, Simran, who met a girl while studying at a college, and later they fall in love and got married. 

When and how you learned about it?
Their love story is quite unique and interesting; the fact is that my cousin is a Punjabi, and the girl he met is from Karela, Ananya. Although they both are from different cultures and follow different religions, they have a lot in common. For example, their mental capability, I can say, their common interest, for example, both of them love traveling, reading books, photography especially the wildlife photography and things like that so then they decided that they would get married, but inter-caste or inter-state is quite a big issue in my country, and their parents were not in agreement of their decision. However, instead of going against their parent’s wish, they decided that they will somehow convince their parents. It definitely took a long time to convince their parents, but finally, they agreed with their decision because they made them understand that they had made the right choice.

How do you feel about it?
Now it has been more than 3 years they got married, and they have a baby too, and they respect each other’s culture and social values. Their parents also have accepted each other. For example, last month, my cousin’s family visited Karela, where they were warmly welcomed. And received a lot of respect, and I must say that this marriage has brought two different states of India together, and seeing the success of this marriage, the society has stopped raising questions.

Conclusion:
And I believe more and more marriages like these would help to change the perception of society, and In future, youngsters would be able to marry their love or the partners of their choice without any social pressure. 

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Describe a love marriage story IELTS Cue Card

Describe a love marriage story IELTS Cue Card

Introduction:
Well, there is no end to the stories of people who fall in love with each other, and often they get married as well. 
Who’s story is this?
I know many who got married with their first love. But here I would take this opportunity to talk about my cousin, Simran, who met a girl while studying at a college, and later they fall in love and got married. 
When and how you learned about it?
Their love story is quite unique and interesting; the fact is that my cousin is a Punjabi, and the girl he met is from Karela, Ananya. Although they both are from different cultures and follow different religions, they have a lot in common. For example, their mental capability, I can say, their common interest, for example, both of them love traveling, reading books, photography especially the wildlife photography and things like that so then they decided that they would get married, but inter-caste or inter-state is quite a big issue in my country, and their parents were not in agreement of their decision. However, instead of going against their parent’s wish, they decided that they will somehow convince their parents. It definitely took a long time to convince their parents, but finally, they agreed with their decision because they made them understand that they had made the right choice.
How do you feel about it?
Now it has been more than 3 years they got married, and they have a baby too, and they respect each other’s culture and social values. Their parents also have accepted each other. For example, last month, my cousin’s family visited Karela, where they were warmly welcomed. And received a lot of respect, and I must say that this marriage has brought two different states of India together, and seeing the success of this marriage, the society has stopped raising questions.

Conclusion:
And I believe more and more marriages like these would help to change the perception of society, and In future, youngsters would be able to marry their love or the partners of their choice without any social pressure.