IELTS Speaking Part 2: Describe a person who impressed you most when you were in primary school
You should say:
Who he/she is
How you knew her/him
Why she/he impressed you most
And how you feel about her/him
I was always considered as a naughty and stubborn (a stubborn person is not willing to change their ideas ) child in my childhood. I was quite bright (intelligent, clever), but I rarely spent time studying after school. Instead, I would squander (to waste) the whole free time playing video games or sports. So, my mother forced me to join extra classes with a home tutor called Ms. Julie who left me with the most impression during my childhood. Thanks to her, I came to realize that I had to focus more on my study to be able to might be able to fulfil my dream of study abroad.
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First, she helped me develop my interest in studies. Before I knew her, I only studied a couple of days before sitting for the exams. She made me to realise how important my study was and how it would affect my future. On top of that (additionally, furthermore), the way she conveyed (to express thoughts, information or feelings to other people) the knowledge was so easy to understand, which also made me feel relaxed and comfortable when I learned something new.
Besides, I also learnt many invaluable life lessons (something from which useful knowledge or principles can be learned) from her in my childhood. She taught me the importance of punctuality (being on time), and industriousness (the fact of working hard). Even when I was be late for the class only by one minute, I was not allowed to attend the class. Another thing I liked about her is that she was a strict person, but she was also very friendly and kind. When I was in trouble or had a personal issues, she was always there for me (to be available to provide support or help for someone) , and she would always patiently listen to me talking nonstop.
So that is why Ms. Julie left such a big imprint on me (a strong permanent influence on someone or something) and I have the utmost (as much as possible) respect for her.
IELTS Speaking Part 3 : Follow up Questions
Here are some possible follow up questions IELTS test takers may be asked in IELTS speaking part 3 by the IELTS examiners related to IELTS cue card “describe a person who impressed you the most when you were in primary school”.
1. Why do people always miss their childhood?
Well, I believe in today’s fast-paced world, we usually feel exhausted at work while we were free of worries, and stress in the childhood .Our parents are the ones who shoulder the burden (To endure something distressing, stressful, or emotionally or physically taxing ). Another reason is that we had more quality time with family than ever when we were young, which are so meaningful and unforgettable.
2. Why do people still remember many of their friends from primary school?
It’s because the primary school years are the best years of our life and the friendship we make during those times mostly stay forever. It is the most carefree (not being worried about anything) time of our lives and we have the best of our friends around. So we all like to reminisce about (to talk about past experiences you remember with pleasure) childhood friends who played an important part of our childhood.