IELTS Cue Card Sample 384 - Talk about your favourite politician
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IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card/ Candidate Task Card.
Talk about your favourite politician.
You should say:
- who is he/she
- what he/she did that you can tell others
- do you want to be like him/her
and explain why this person is your favourite politician.
Usually, I don’t like the politicians in our country. If I have to pick one to talk about I would choose Baburam Bhattarai. From him, Nepalese people have much expectation for the nation’s development. I also have same optimistic thoughts about him. He came from a small village of Gorkha district and became prime minister of our country.
In today’s scenario of Nepalese politics he played a tremendous role to have an optimistic roadmap in front of the Nepalese nation. He is a visionary leader and a good politician. The contribution he has made towards making our country a developed one is something worth mentioning. I would very proudly tell others how he has sacrificed his time and efforts to do the betterment for our nations especially having a progress roadmap and many implementations of it.
I don’t like politics, at least the money making and power play politics that we have. I don’t have any desire to be a politician. I believe every citizen of a country has many things to contribute to the country and I want to do my best to help the country.
I admire Baburam Bhattarai for his vision and fair play. He is a rare politician in our country and we need more visionary and honest leader like him.
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Your ability to talk about this Cue Card would enable you to talk about the following Cue Cards as well:
- Describe a politician you like.
- Describe a political leader in your country.
- Describe a leader or politician you like.