Describe your favourite clothe | Recent speaking IELTS cue card.

Recent IELTS speaking cue card: 

Describe your favorite clothe.

You should say:-

-What it is like?

- Who gave it to you?

- How often you wear it?

- How you feel about it?


Vocab and idioms used in the IELTS speaking topic:-

-Souvenir - something that serves as a reminder

- Renowned - famous 

-Stunning - very attractive

- Kill two birds with one stone -  to do one thing which will achieve two results

Sample answer:-

-Whenever I visit any new place, I buy something as SOUVENIR.

-I have a huge collection of many things which I have bought from different tourist places.

-I like all of them and recall the memories attached to them.

-There is a piece of cloth which is really my Favourite.

-I bought it from Mumbai. I visited there with my family in December.

-Actually, Mumbai is RENOWNED for its street markets and we visited one famous street market of Mumbai.

-While roaming HEAR AND THERE in that market I saw a very stylish blazer.

-I wanted to buy it because that could go with every type of cloth. Even though it was quite expensive, I decided to buy it.

-There was only one piece left at that time.

 -I bought it without wasting much time. When I showed that blazer to my family members, everyone appreciated my fashion sense.

-I was glad that everyone liked it. Now, whenever there is any special occasion I wear my fav pair of jeans and a t-shirt with that blazer.

-As it is black, it suits well with most of my clothes.

-Moreover, it is so stylish that it gives different look to every clothing. Everyone compliments my choice and ask me where I bought it from.

-Apart from this, shrug /blazer changes the look of even simple cloth.

-So, I don't need to spend a lot of time in finding or buying clothes for special moments.

-It saves me time as well as make me look STUNNING. In this way, I (have) KILLED TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE.

-I am happy that I decided quickly and bought the blazer from that tourist place. Now, it has become my favorite piece of clothing.


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