IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card
Describe a time you got lost in a place you did not know about.
You should say:
When did it happen?
Who was with you?
What did you do?
How you felt 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.
Introduction and When did it happen? and Who was with you?
I am going to talk about an incident that happened to me, which I never forget. It occurred in 2015 about five years ago. In summer vacations my uncle planned a trip for children because we got bored at home. We decided to go to Jaipur.
We all (me, my brother, uncle and two cousins) were thrilled and excited. We packed some necessary things like food, water money and cloths. We started our journey the next day early in the morning because the destination place was far away, so if we began in the morning, then we reached in the evening.
While driving our car was stopped near a jungle, and there was no shop available.
What did you do?
My cousin and I told that we tried to find out someone in the jungle who helped us. When we entered the jungle, we lost our path after walking a few kilometres, and we got tensed how we went back to the car. We tried the phone, but unfortunately, the network was not available.
How you felt about it
We also heard some horrible sounds in the jungle, and we got afraid. Suddenly we saw two people walking toward us. We requested them. They helped us, and we reached back to our car. So that was the time when I lost in a place.
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 time you got lost in a place you did not know about”.
1. Do you often get lost?
No, I do not often get lost. I use Google maps whenever I go to a new place.
2. Is map-reading skill important?
Yes, it is vital because the map guides us very well. Some apps like Google maps make things easier, especially for those who do not know how to read the map.
3. Are some people good at map-reading than others?
Well, everyone has a different ability. So some people are better at map reading than others.
4. Why some people like travelling to other places?
Some people love traveling, and they are always interested in new places and their culture; that is why they travel one place to another.
5. Should they find information about the place before going there?
Yes, they collect some necessary information about the place before going through the internet and from people who already visited it. For example, they check the weather of that place and then pack clothes accordingly.
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