IELTS Preparation

Child with whom you had an interesting conversation


IELTS Cue Card/ Candidate Task Card 370 with Model Answer:

Describe a child with whom you had an interesting conversation.

You should say:

  • who the child was
  • how you know him/her
  • how often you meet him/her

and explain why you think the conversation you had with this child was interesting.

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.]

Sample Answer:
Everyone loves to be with children. I love to be with them too due to their extraordinary charms. Recently, I met a child on my way back home. Nearly a four-year-old baby boy had a smart way of responding on that day. He was the son of my co-passenger on the bus.

Initially, I did not have the intention to engage in conversations with the baby. But gradually, I discovered that the baby was highly intelligent. He was replying craftily to his father’s questions. Besides, when I had eye contact with him, he smiled attractively. It was the introduction phase between us.

Well, I do not have regular contact with the baby but I am connected to his dad through social media. After the first meet, I urged the man to share his social profile details so that I can keep connected with the baby. Accordingly, I have some video chats with the baby, particularly in the evening hours. I enjoy the conversations and planning to visit him next week.

I did not have any idea that a baby of his age can discuss issues of playing cricket with friends. He has several friends who play cricket with him. And he was planning to get some playing gears. I asked him which one he loved and his reply was amazing. He was aware of the pros and cons of a cricket bat and smartly selects his piece. Moreover, he also knew almost all the rules of cricket games and all the things appeared interesting to me. I have never seen a boy before to so attentive on the game.

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