Describe A Popular Tradition Followed In Your Country

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Latest IELTS Cue Card September to December 2020, Speaking Test on16 Nov 2020

IELTS Speaking Cue Card – Describe A Popular Tradition Followed In Your Country

This question for IELTS Speaking Test (Cue Card) has appeared on 16 November 2020. Kindly look at the sample answer below to score at least Band 7+ or more.

IELTS Cue Card Question – Describe A Popular Tradition Followed In Your Country

  • What is it about?
  • When is it practised?
  • How do you practise it?
  • Explain why it is important for the people of your country?

This article would help you frame an answer for the IELTS Speaking Cue Card question. The given sample answer is for Describe A Popular Tradition Followed In Your Country. Please note, this question has appeared for IELTS Speaking Test on 16 November 2020.

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Describe A Popular Tradition Followed In Your Country

What is it about?

India is a diverse country with numerous traditions and cultural practices. A very popular tradition that every citizen follows is that of joining one’s hands together and bowing the head slightly in order to greet or welcome someone. It is called ‘Namaste’.

When is it practised?

Usually, people use this gesture while they meet guests and elders. It is considered as a sign of respect especially as per Indian tradition. Across all ages and genders, religions and backgrounds, every citizen is accustomed to this popular practice. It is a sign of welcoming guests into homes, showing reverence to elders in the community, as well as prayer and gratitude.

How do you practise it?

The gesture is a simple movement of joining hands together with a bowed head. Indians use it so commonly and one may notice this tradition being understood and followed by even little children.

Explain why it is important for the people of your country?

It is quite essential in India to show love and respect to family members and elders in society. Being such a culturally bound nation, people share strong bonds and relationships with each other. Even the young and old people are closely bonded with one another. So, this tradition of Namaste is considered epitome to display respect and consideration towards elders.

Such a response would be enough to answer the question, Describe A Popular Tradition Followed In Your Country. 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 sample answer below.

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