Talk about a time when you learnt difficult word IELTS cue card

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card

Talk about a time when you learnt difficult word.

You should say
What this word is?
Where you read it for the first time?
How you find the meaning for the word?
Why you found it difficult to learn?

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 talk about a time when you learnt difficult word IELTS cue card:

Model Answer 1:

Introduction:
Well it’s very important to keep on learning new . words to enrich our vocabulary. Every time we read newspapers or articles on internet we come across new words and here I would like to talk about a new word I learnt lately.

What this word is? and Where you read it for the first time?
Actual few days ago I got list of “lelts essays” from one of my friends. These were the most popular lelts essays ,and he recommended me check them out before the exam. In this list saw one essay where I completely got stuck. It was completely a keyword-based essay saying to discuss the reasons and solutions of “Anorexia nervosa”. I had no idea at all of this word and I got nervous that what if I had this essay in exam:

Why you found it difficult to learn?
I immediately took out my dictionary to look for the meaning of this word, but I could barely understand the explanation. I immediately called my friend who recently taken the ielts exam. Unfortunately for him also it was an alien term, but he recommended me a website of an ielts expert where I could find the details related to this essay.

How you find the meaning for the word?
I clicked the link he provided and I got delighted to see the way every ielts essay was explained in detail here along with sample answers. I typed Anorexia in the search box and the sample answer appear. From there I learnt it is a compulsive non-eating disorder.

Conclusion:
The sample answer helped me to understand the reasons and solutions and now I was much confident to handle this essay. After that I helped my friends too in learning this new word. Overall, it was the time came across and learnt a new word.

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Talk about a time when you learnt difficult word IELTS cue card

Talk About A Time When You Learnt Difficult Word IELTS cue card

Introduction:
Well it’s very important to keep on learning new . words to enrich our vocabulary. Every time we read newspapers or articles on internet we come across new words and here I would like to talk about a new word I learnt lately.
What this word is? and Where you read it for the first time?
Actual few days ago I got list of “lelts essays” from one of my friends. These were the most popular lelts essays ,and he recommended me check them out before the exam. In this list saw one essay where I completely got stuck. It was completely a keyword-based essay saying to discuss the reasons and solutions of “Anorexia nervosa”. I had no idea at all of this word and I got nervous that what if I had this essay in exam:
Why you found it difficult to learn?
I immediately took out my dictionary to look for the meaning of this word, but I could barely understand the explanation. I immediately called my friend who recently taken the ielts exam. Unfortunately for him also it was an alien term, but he recommended me a website of an ielts expert where I could find the details related to this essay.
How you find the meaning for the word?
I clicked the link he provided and I got delighted to see the way every ielts essay was explained in detail here along with sample answers. I typed Anorexia in the search box and the sample answer appear. From there I learnt it is a compulsive non-eating disorder.