IELTS Cue Card: Describe an interesting animal you have seen
You should say:
- what it was
- where you saw it
- what it was doing
- and explain why it was interesting.
My company had organised a trip to Golden Hill in [ABC place]. On reaching there, we had boating on a large river. While we were on the boat, we caught a sight of stunning (beautiful) landscapes, tall trees and the whole area was just splendid (beautiful, magnificent). It seemed more like a forest, and suddenly one of my friends started jumping in joy. We turned towards her and were equally surprised to see a tiger roaming in the woods. We were quite far from the bank. So we enjoyed seeing the wild animal without fear. As far as I remembered, It was around 3:00 PM at that time and I was looking keenly into its eyes. Those powerful ones, capable of nocturnal (active at night) vision. I’ve watched the tiger pounce on (spring suddenly so as to catch prey) its prey on the television, but never got chance to see it live. It roamed hither and thither (in many directions) and seemed to be searching for something. Then it slowly came near the water and then went back to the tall trees. It kept doing the same thing for over three times. Then it sat down on the grass, opening its mouth wide open. The canines were very much visible. The yellow and white stripes on it were glistening (=shining). It was such a spectacular sight. Slowly, it got up and moved towards the tall trees and into the woods. As the boat moved further, we lost sight of it.
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IELTS Speaking Part 3
Why do people like to keep pets?
Pets such as dogs and cats show unconditional love for their masters. Some people keep them for fun while others keep them to ward off (to keep it from happening) their loneliness. Some people love them so much that they provide for pets in their will.
What should we do to protect endangered animals?
Many animals are endangered (= at risk of extinction). For example, it is estimated that only 3500 tigers are remaining in the world. Hunting should be abolished (eradicated) . Blue cross societies should be strengthened. Also, we should raise awareness amongst the public.
Is experimenting on animals harmful to them?
Undoubtedly, yes. Scientists should be forced to look for alternatives. The experiments conducted on animals should be deemed (considered) unacceptable. There should be strict rules in place to avoid using animals for experiments.
Why do some people refuse to eat animals?
Some are vegans from birth. Some people stop eating animals after being influenced by vegan communities. Some people fear that they would fall prey to (to be killed by (an animal, disease, etc) the diseases that animals may have. So, they stop eating animals.
What would happen when some species disappear on earth?
Balance of the ecosystem (all living things in an area and the way they affect the environment and others) would be disturbed. It would have an indirect impact on human lives, which we would realize much later. Also, we would miss out on some exquisite (delicate and beautiful) creations of nature.