Describe An Indoor Game That You Liked To Play When You Were A Child

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card/ Candidate Task Card.

Describe an indoor game that you liked to play when you were a child.

You should say:

What is it?
With whom did you play?
How often you played it?
How did you feel 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 1:

Introduction :
Well, childhood is the golden phase of one’s life, and talking about those memories certainly makes me nostalgic. I was fortunate enough to play a myriad of indoor games with my kith and kin during my childhood, such as monopoly, chess, building blocks, puzzles, and many more.

What is it?
Indeed, I enjoyed playing them all; however, one indoor game which was close to my heart as a child was Ludo. t Volt,  in this contemporary era, it is also known as several names like Sorry or pop N hop.

I was fascinated by this game during that time, perhaps due to the colourful board with vibrant colours and dice. Moreover, it was not a complicated game where I had to do brainstorming to make strategic moves as we do in chess or monopoly.

Instead, it is a simple game that even small kids can easily understand and play together.

With whom did you play?
My dad taught me how to play Ludo when I was quite young, maybe around 4 or 5 years. And I usually played with him and my mom in my early childhood days during weekends.

But my passion for this game rose when I started to go to school and made friends, who always used to talk about Ludo during free times. Essentially, it is a well-known strategy board game for two to four players with four different colours of houses, red, blue, yellow and green.

Each player has a set of four pieces placed in their starting zone, and they must run and chase through the board by following the arrows and reached to the finish before other players.

Players can start their turn by rolling a dice to number six and move their tokens according to the number on the dice. Furthermore, the player who gets all four of his or her playing pieces into the centre home first wins Ludo.

How often you played it? and How did you feel about it?
I enjoyed this indoor game than any other indoor games I played at that time. Besides, it used to be my favourite board game during summer vacations when most of my siblings used to gather at our place, and we used to play it under one roof and had a whale of a time.

Conclusion :
I have won several times during my childhood, and I do feel that it was a dearth of experience, when I see this generation playing the same game with the same enthusiasm.

Model Answer 2


  • I have played many games, both indoor and outdoor games, and try to play with whenever I get time.

What is it?

  • One of those matches, I liked playing with Chess over others.
  • Chess is a indoor sport in which two players engage.
  • This sport doesn’t involve any significant bodily moves like other outside games however a chess player must utilize his/her brain and earn game strategies to conquer the opponent.

With whom did you play?

  • I mostly play with this game together with my cousins and friends.

How often you played it?

  • Occasionally I play with it with my dad and mature relatives.
  • Ever since playing Chess requires just placing the board onto a face and sitting place of both participating players, it’s suitable to play Chess nearly everywhere.
  • I mainly play with it in our veranda, bedroom or garden.

How did you feel about it?

  • I love this game since I’ve got a fascination with this game from my youth, and I really enjoy the general subject and brainstorming involved in this game.
  • It is a thought-provoking game that provides the participating players to utilize their own brains.
  • A participant can employ his strategy, then appeal the competition to drop in a snare, which can be similar to a real battle.
  • It is not a sport where a person would just use the bodily moves; instead, the match demands an ideal game program, locating weakness of the competition and a battle approach.

Conclusion :

  • This game offers you a sense of being the King of a regime in which you pick your countrymen’s destiny.
  • These reasons that this is a really intriguing and fun game for me personally.

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