Describe an important letter or email you received IELTS cue card

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card

Describe an important letter or email you received.

You should say
When you recieved it?
Who sent it?
What was this letter about?
Why is this letter so important to you?

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 an important letter or email you received IELTS cue card:

Model Answer:

Introduction:
Well, I do not receive too many letters or emails as I generally communicate with my near and dears using my mobile or other social media apps.

When you recieved it?
But, I would like to take this opportunity to talk about an email that I received almost two months ago from my old school days friend.

The fact is that I was just checking my emails on a regular basis, and there I saw an email with the subject “your old school days friend.”

Who sent it?
I got really surprised to see the subject, and I immediately clicked on that email, and I opened it. To my surprise, this email was from my old school days friend Harpreet, Who move to Canada with his family when we were studying together in 10th grade, and after that, we were in touch with each other any more.

What was this letter about?
So it was a delightful moment for me to receive an email from one old friend. In this email, he wrote about the things that he still remembers about the school days, especially our other friends and the kind of mischievous we used to do together, so it was fascinating to see that he still remembers everything.

Also, in this email, he mentioned about his life in Canada; he mentioned that he is still continuing his study in Canada, and along with that, he is doing a part-time job as well.

Lastly, he also mentioned a little about the Canadian culture that how many Punjabis are living in Canada, and how life in Canada is different than in Punjab.

In fact, he also suggested me through this email to move to Canada for my further studies.

Why is this letter so important to you?
Honestly speaking, before reading this email, I was quite confused about my future that what I should be doing after completing my 10+2. 

But after reading this email, I decided that I would apply for the Canadian study visa and move there for further study.

Conclusion:
Overall, it was an email that helped me to get in touch with my friend that I lost years ago. 

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Describe an important letter or email you received IELTS cue card

Describe an important letter or email you received IELTS cue card

Introduction:
Well, I do not receive too many letters or emails as I generally communicate with my near and dears using my mobile or other social media apps.
When you recieved it?
But, I would like to take this opportunity to talk about an email that I received almost two months ago from my old school days friend.
The fact is that I was just checking my emails on a regular basis, and there I saw an email with the subject “your old school days friend.”
Who sent it?
I got really surprised to see the subject, and I immediately clicked on that email, and I opened it. To my surprise, this email was from my old school days friend Harpreet, Who move to Canada with his family when we were studying together in 10th grade, and after that, we were in touch with each other any more.
What was this letter about?
So it was a delightful moment for me to receive an email from one old friend. In this email, he wrote about the things that he still remembers about the school days, especially our other friends and the kind of mischievous we used to do together, so it was fascinating to see that he still remembers everything.

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