IELTS Cue Card Sample 247 - Describe a conversation you had in the past, which is very important to you
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IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card/ Candidate Task Card.
Describe a conversation you had in the past, which is very important to you.
You should say:
- whom you had it with
- when it was
- what you learned from it
and explain why you consider it to be an important conversation you had.
We remember many conversations that help us chose our course of action while there are many conversations that we wish we did not have. The conversation that motivates us/ guides us and teaches us value and morality of something are remembered by us.
I had a conversation with my high school history teacher that I consider very important. His name was (…say a name…) and he used to take our history classes in my high school level. The conversation took place many years ago when I was around 16 years old. One day I went to his room to submit an assignment and then all of a sudden the conversation started.
The conversation covered many things related to my education, some of the important facts of history, our morality and necessity of learning history in order to shape the future.
I was mostly a listener of the conversation but I opined often when he made a remark and I also asked questions during the conversation.
The conversation was interesting as he was a person who had a great ability to judge the listener and to motivate the other party. I was listening very attentively as he told about many international events. He also talked about some of our national events that have changed the world and have significant historical impacts and importance. I felt a great enthusiasm about reading the history after the conversation. I started visiting the central library after that day and since then I have read many books which I considered to be treasures that I found.
The conversation specifically motivated me and pointed out the importance of learning about the history and finally how to use my brain when there are different versions of history especially which are related to political events.
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