A Noisy Place You Have Been To

A Noisy Place You Have Been To
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Latest IELTS CBT Speaking Cue Card on 29th June 2020

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This IELTS Cue Card topic may be asked as A Noisy Place You Have Been To or Describe A Noisy Place You Have Been To. This question has also recently appeared in the Latest IELTS CBT Speaking Cue Card on 29th June 2020. Kindly look at the sample answer below to score at least Band 7+ or more.

IELTS Cue Card Question – A Noisy Place You Have Been To or Describe A Noisy Place You Have Been To

  • Where was it?
  • Why you went there?
  • Why it was noisy?
  • Explain how did you feel about being there and how did you resolve it?

This article would help you frame an answer for the IELTS Speaking Cue Card question. The given sample answer is for A Noisy Place You Have Been To or Describe A Noisy Place You Have Been To

SAMPLE ANSWER – A Noisy Place You Have Been To or Describe A Noisy Place You Have Been To

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Where was it?

My hometown is in the heart of the city and it is a loud place with tons of people moving around, blaring sounds of horns and vehicles passing by. Being born and raised in Delhi, the national capital of India, I think this is the noisiest place in the world. However, for this topic, I would like to narrate an incident that I attended. It was our neighbour’s daughter’s wedding.

Why you went there?

We have been living next to each other’s for more than fifteen years. The bride had also been my school senior. This wedding was happening next door. Our entire family was involved in it in every way as their own.

Why it was noisy?

Indian weddings have their own charm and flamboyance. That wedding eve was jammed with a lot of dancing and music. There were traditional Indian drums called dhol being played continuously as the groom entered the well-lit lane of our housing area. I would say that it is an insanely awesome Indian drumming style and it gets crazy as the beats catch up with the crowd. I vividly remember that my parents were trying to notify something to me and there was no way I could hear a word, as every word was diluted due to the deafening drum thumps.

Explain how did you feel about being there and how did you resolve it?

I felt miserable for a moment, as my mom would have said the same thing to me at least five or six times. I was barely able to understand a word. People around were joyfully hooting and whooping. Finally, she had to show gestures and signalled me that she needed our house key for a moment. This minute piece of communication became impossible that day as the crowd and the music was ear-splitting. I would never blame the ones around, as it was a jubilant occasion and everyone was immensely delighted that evening.

Such a response would be enough to answer the question, A Noisy Place You Have Been To or Describe A Noisy Place You Have Been To. The 4 points discussed above answer all the sub-questions in the IELTS speaking module and you should construct the answer, similarly. Also, note the vocabulary and idioms used for this question below.

Vocabulary Used:

  • Blaring – Loud or harsh sound
  • Flamboyance – to attract attention due to the stylishness
  • Jammed – packed in a specified space
  • Insanely – to an extreme degree
  • Vividly – in an intensely deep or bright manner
  • Deafening – loud noise that makes it impossible to hear anything else
  • Thumps – noises, raps
  • Miserable – Unhappy and sad
  • Hooting – shout loudly in merriment
  • Whooping – scream and shout in laughter
  • Signalled – to indicate
  • Minute an extremely small amount
  • Ear-splitting – loud, intense noise
  • Jubilant – Celebrating, rejoicing
  • Immense – Large and Limitless

Idioms Used:

  • Heart of the city – Centre of a city

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