Describe An Exciting Activity That You Experienced With Someone Else

Describe an exciting activity that you experienced with someone else.

You should say:

What the activity was?
Who you were with?
When and where it happened?
Why you went for it?
And explain 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.

Model Answer:

Life is a beautiful journey filled with countless adventures that add color to our existence. One such adventure that stands out in my memory is a hiking trip I embarked on with my best friend, Ravi, in the mesmerizing landscapes of India.

What the activity was?
The activity that we undertook was hiking, a pursuit that combines the joy of exploration with the thrill of a physical challenge.

Hiking is not merely walking; it’s about immersing oneself in nature, appreciating its beauty, and pushing one’s limits. In India, hiking takes on a whole new dimension with its diverse terrains and breathtaking landscapes.

Who you were with?
My companion on this adventure was none other than my best friend, Ravi. Our friendship dates back to our childhood days, filled with countless shared experiences and adventures.

Ravi, with his adventurous spirit and excellent navigational skills, is the perfect companion for such an expedition.

When and where it happened?
Our adventure took place last winter. We chose the majestic Himalayas as our destination. The Himalayas, home to some of the highest peaks in the world, offer some of the most challenging and scenic hiking trails in India.

Why you went for it?
Our love for nature and thirst for adventure were the primary reasons we embarked on this hiking trip. We wanted to test our physical endurance and mental resilience. Moreover, we yearned for a respite from our monotonous daily routines and yearned to spend some quality time together amidst nature.

And explain how you felt about it.
The hike was both challenging and exhilarating. As we ascended the trail, we were greeted by breathtaking vistas of untouched wilderness. We encountered various forms of wildlife and marveled at their beauty from a safe distance.

A light snowfall added an unexpected twist to our journey, making the surroundings even more enchanting.

Reaching the summit was an unforgettable moment. The panoramic view from the top was nothing short of spectacular. The feeling of accomplishment coupled with the mesmerizing scenery made every step of our strenuous journey worthwhile.

Overall, this adventure truly special because it was not just the destination but also the journey itself. It was about overcoming challenges, appreciating nature’s beauty, and creating lasting memories with Ravi.

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 an exciting activity that you experienced with someone else”.

1. What kinds of activities do young people like to do?
Young people like to take part in a variety of adventure sports like bungee jumping, river rafting, paragliding and so on. Besides that, they also like to play conventional sports like football, volleyball, cricket etc.

2. Why do some young people like adventurous activities?
The main reason is of course the thrill that these games entail. The risk involved makes these much more exciting. These sports give a different kind of rush that is impossible to achieve in other sports. Moreover, these sports also help push our mental and physical boundaries and overcome our deepest fears.

3. Do you think old people accept changes?
Most elderly don’t like change because I think it becomes difficult to adapt to changes as people grow older. In their youth, people have a sharp memory and flexibility which allows them to quickly learn new things and technologies. However, it becomes much harder to do so in the later stages of life.

4. How do exciting activities relieve people’s stress?
I think these activities make people forget about their worries and thoughts and bring them back to the present. And ultimately when they put their lives at risk, they feel that their other worries and stresses are much more insignificant in comparison.

5. Can you give some (other) examples of adventurous or risky activities?
There are many adventurous activities that people like skiing, mountain climbing, dirt biking, sorbing and so on. In a way, any activities which put our life at risk are adventurous in my opinion.

6. What skills do people need to take part in adventurous activities?
I think there are only two skills required to take part in adventurous activities, a strong willpower and physical fitness. Physical fitness is a given, but a part of these games is also overcoming our fears and that is only possible through mental fortitude.

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