Describe your level of English IELTS cue card

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card

Describe your level of English.

You should say
What it is?
How and when you started to learn English?
Are you satisfied with current level?
What would you like to improve your current language ability?

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 your level of English IELTS cue card:

Introduction and What it your English level?
Well, I am a multilingual (polyglot) an advanced user of Punjabi and Hindi consider my ability in English but I consider my ability in the English language is language is moderate.

How and when you started to learn English?
I was not lucky enough to study in an English medium school that means I start to learn English when I was in 6th grade. At school, I learnt the basics of this language and the credit goes to my English teacher Mr. Singh.

His way of teaching was very interesting and he made us understand the importance of being proficient in English. Apart from school, I also improved my language by watching English movies and reading magazines. Well, I cad hold a conversation on most topics and realized it during my recent visit at Delhi I where I talked to a foreigner for the very first time.

Are you satisfied with current level?
However, I think I still lack confidence and I sometimes commit grammatical mistakes too especially while speaking. That’s the reason why I want to further improve my language ability and gain command over it.

What would you like to improve your current language ability? and Conclsion:
Since I am planning to move abroad for my higher studies. So I am planning to join language school to become A fluent speaker and it would definitely help me to communicate effectively once I’m abroad.

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Describe your level of English IELTS cue card

Describe your level of English IELTS cue card

Introduction and What it your English level?
Well, I am a multilingual (polyglot) an advanced user of Punjabi and Hindi consider my ability in English but I consider my ability in the English language is language is moderate.
How and when you started to learn English?
I was not lucky enough to study in an English medium school that means I start to learn English when I was in 6th grade. At school, I learnt the basics of this language and the credit goes to my English teacher Mr. Singh.
His way of teaching was very interesting and he made us understand the importance of being proficient in English. Apart from school, I also improved my language by watching English movies and reading magazines. Well, I cad hold a conversation on most topics and realized it during my recent visit at Delhi I where I talked to a foreigner for the very first time.
Are you satisfied with current level?
However, I think I still lack confidence and I sometimes commit grammatical mistakes too especially while speaking. That’s the reason why I want to further improve my language ability and gain command over it.