Describe a place in a village that you visited IELTS cue card

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card

Describe a place in a village that you visited.

You should say:

Where it is?
When you visited this place?
What you did there?
And how you feel about this place?

OR

Describe an enjoyable experience you had in the countryside.

You should say:

When and where you went?
Who you went with?
What you did there?
And explain why you think it was enjoyable.

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 place in a village that you visited IELTS cue card:

Model Answer:

Introduction: and Where it is?

  • I belong to Phagwara.
  • It is a small town, and there are many villages near my hometown.
  • My maternal uncle and aunt have a farmhouse in a village near my hometown.
  • Their farmhouse is in the centre of lush green farms.

When you visited this place?

  • Last year, they invited us over to stay with them for a few days.
  • Their farmhouse is very well maintained, as they have given a portion of it to a family who stays there and looks after it.
  • They have maintained a very good kitchen garden, and I remember, the whole week we enjoyed fresh veggies from the garden.
  • They had grown aubergines, okra, bottle gourd, broccoli, cauliflower, mint, coriander and green chilly.
  • My uncle has retired from the agriculture department, and he knows a lot about organic farming.
  • He never sprays any insecticides and pesticides and even prepares compost at home from the kitchen waste.
  • Those vegetables tasted different.
  • What we eat in the cities has so much spray of insecticides and pesticides that the taste of veggies is different.

What you did there?

  • It was so much fun.
  • They have 4 dogs, two Pugs and two German Shepherds.
  • Every morning, we used to go for long walks in the fields, and the four dogs would walk by our sides without their leashes.
  • In the cities, you always have to leash your dog while going for a walk.
  • After the walk, we would all eat delicious parathas with butter made by my aunt.
  • We played badminton in their courtyard, and sometimes we also played Frisbee.

And how you feel about this place?

  • The air also seemed fresh and pollution free.
  • The atmosphere was so calm and quiet. There was also no noise pollution.
  • They have such a peaceful life, with absolutely no hurry and worry.

Conclusion:

  • I look forward to going and staying with them again this summer.

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 place in a village that you visited”.

1. Do young people enjoy living in the countryside?
No, most young people don’t enjoy living in the countryside. Actually there are fewer facilities in the countryside. The entertainment facilities are also few in the countryside.

2. Do old people prefer to live in the countryside or in the city?
Old people prefer to live in the countryside, because they like the fresh air and the slow life of the villages.

3. Why do many people move from small towns to big cities?
Many people move from small towns to big cities in such a better career options and better facilities for their children.

4. What’ s the difference between living in the countryside and living in the city?
There are many differences between the city and countryside people. In cities the people are more educated than the people of countryside because there are better educational facilities in the cities.
On the other hand people of countryside are more hospitable and friendly. City people have very fast lives because of which they have lost the community spirit and have become self- centered. In villages people have slower lives and know their neighbours and still meet and greet each other. In cities people have become workaholics and going to another person’s house without an appointment nowadays is simply not acceptable.

5. How has life changed in the countryside in your country?
Life has changed a lot in the countryside. That is better connectivity with the cities. The villages, which are near the cities, have developed a lot, whereas those, which are in remote areas, are still neglected.

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Describe a place in a village that you visited IELTS cue card

Describe a place in a village that you visited IELTS cue card

Introduction: and Where it is?
I belong to Phagwara.
It is a small town, and there are many villages near my hometown.
My maternal uncle and aunt have a farmhouse in a village near my hometown.
Their farmhouse is in the centre of lush green farms.
When you visited this place?
Last year, they invited us over to stay with them for a few days.
Their farmhouse is very well maintained, as they have given a portion of it to a family who stays there and looks after it.
They have maintained a very good kitchen garden, and I remember, the whole week we enjoyed fresh veggies from the garden.
They had grown aubergines, okra, bottle gourd, broccoli, cauliflower, mint, coriander and green chilly.
My uncle has retired from the agriculture department, and he knows a lot about organic farming.
He never sprays any insecticides and pesticides and even prepares compost at home from the kitchen waste.
Those vegetables tasted different.
What we eat in the cities has so much spray of insecticides and pesticides that the taste of veggies is different.
What you did there?
It was so much fun.
They have 4 dogs, two Pugs and two German Shepherds.
Every morning, we used to go for long walks in the fields, and the four dogs would walk by our sides without their leashes.
In the cities, you always have to leash your dog while going for a walk.
After the walk, we would all eat delicious parathas with butter made by my aunt.
We played badminton in their courtyard, and sometimes we also played Frisbee.
And how you feel about this place?
The air also seemed fresh and pollution free.
The atmosphere was so calm and quiet. There was also no noise pollution.
They have such a peaceful life, with absolutely no hurry and worry.
Conclusion:
I look forward to going and staying with them again this summer.