Describe a person who impressed you the most when you were in primary school IELTS cue card

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card

Describe a person who impressed you the most when you were in primary school.

You should say
Who he/she is?
How you knew him/her?
Why he/she impressed you the most?
And how you feel about him/her?

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 person who impressed you the most when you were in primary school IELTS cue card:

Introduction:

  • I was considered a very naughty kid in my childhood.
  • I was intelligent, but I used to never study at home.
  • In fact, I would spend all my day playing sports or video games.

How you knew him/her?

  • So, my mother made me join extra classes after school with a home tutor nearby.

Who he/she is?

  • Her name was Mrs Bambah.

Why he/she impressed you the most?

  • She is the person who impressed me the most during my childhood.
  • In fact, I believe it is because of her that I might be able to fulfil my dream of going abroad.
  • First, she developed my interest in studies.
  • Before her, I used to consider studies a chore.
  • I only studied before exams.
  • Rather than asking me to memorise things, she made me understand the concept behind things.
  • The teachers at my school were also good, but due to the burden of covering the vast syllabus and shortage of time, they found it hard to cover everything in detail.
  • She covered everything in detail.
  • But studies were not the only reason why she left such a big imprint on me.
  • I learnt many of life’s valuable lessons from her in my childhood.
  • She taught me the importance of humility, punctuality, and industriousness.
  • Even if I was late by 5 minutes, I was not allowed to attend the class.
  • In India, where being a few minutes late is on time, I am actually early for every appointment.
  • Another thing that I liked about her was that though she was strict, she was also very friendly to talk to.
  • She was more than a teacher to me in this regard.
  • I shared all my problems with her, and she would always patiently listen.
  • And instead of providing solutions, she would ask me to think about the best action in that scenario.
  • Because of this, I am independent today, and I am confident of taking decisions without second-guessing myself.

And how you feel about him/her? and Conclusion:

  • I have the utmost respect for her, and along with that, there is a feeling of guilt because I feel I would never be able to pay her back for all that she did for me.

IELTS Speaking Part 3 : Follow up Questions

Here some examples of follow up questions that you may asked during your speaking part 3 by examiner related to cue card “describe a person who impressed you the most when you were in primary school”.

1. Why do people always miss their childhood?
I think it’s because that is the only time when we are free of worries, tensions, and stress. We know that our parents would take care of any problem we face. It is also because after childhood we are never able to spend that much time with our family again.

2. Are kids happier than adults? Why?
Yes, I believe most people are happier during their childhood and it’s because of the same reason, they don’t have to face the responsibilities and stress of adult life.

3. Why do people still remember many of their friends from primary school?
I think it’s because of the amount of time we spent with them. We never spend as much time with friends during adulthood because of work and familial responsibilities. Also, because we all like to reminisce about our childhood, and childhood friends are a big part of our childhood.

4. What kinds of primary school teachers impress students?
I think primary school teachers need to be patient and understanding. All children are different in different ways. For example, some have a difficult time reading but are good at math. Teachers need to be able to understand these differences and have the patience to be able to guide students at their own speed. This is especially important at an early age because children are not mature enough to explain their problems to teachers.

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Describe a person who impressed you the most when you were in primary school IELTS cue card

Describe a person who impressed you the most when you were in primary school IELTS cue card

Introduction:
I was considered a very naughty kid in my childhood.
I was intelligent, but I used to never study at home.
In fact, I would spend all my day playing sports or video games.
How you knew him/her?
So, my mother made me join extra classes after school with a home tutor nearby.
Who he/she is?
Her name was Mrs Bambah.
Why he/she impressed you the most?
She is the person who impressed me the most during my childhood.
In fact, I believe it is because of her that I might be able to fulfil my dream of going abroad.
First, she developed my interest in studies.
Before her, I used to consider studies a chore.
I only studied before exams.
Rather than asking me to memorise things, she made me understand the concept behind things.
The teachers at my school were also good, but due to the burden of covering the vast syllabus and shortage of time, they found it hard to cover everything in detail.
She covered everything in detail.
But studies were not the only reason why she left such a big imprint on me.
I learnt many of life’s valuable lessons from her in my childhood.
She taught me the importance of humility, punctuality, and industriousness.
Even if I was late by 5 minutes, I was not allowed to attend the class.
In India, where being a few minutes late is on time, I am actually early for every appointment.
Another thing that I liked about her was that though she was strict, she was also very friendly to talk to.
She was more than a teacher to me in this regard.
I shared all my problems with her, and she would always patiently listen.
And instead of providing solutions, she would ask me to think about the best action in that scenario.
Because of this, I am independent today, and I am confident of taking decisions without second-guessing myself.