50 important Cue Card Topics [ Only For 2021 ]

Cue Card Topics



 

If you are planning to take your IELTS Exam in 2021 then, these are the most important cue card topics you should practice before your IELTS Speaking test. 

Before we start talking about the cue card topics there are few things you need to know about the IELTS Speaking Part-2:

1) This is the most crucial part of the exam. So don’t mess up in this part if you are trying to get a high band score.

2) In the Speaking test, you will have one minute to prepare your speech, and you will have to talk around 1.30 to 2 minutes on that topics.

 So, my suggestion is to practice speaking at least for 2 minutes on each topic. 

3) You will be assessed in four different criteria, these are – Fluency and Coherence, Lexical Resource, Grammatical Range and Accuracy, and Pronunciation.

So, you have to maintain a proper balance between all criteria to get your desired score. 

4) Lastly, You should have a clear idea about what you are allowed to do and what things you should avoid in the IELTS Speaking test. There are many tips you can follow to start your IELTS Preparation. 


Important Notice: 

You can send your answers to us, and we will publish it on our website with your credential. You can send it by following only three simple steps.

Step-1: Choose a topic

Step-2: Write the answer

Step-3: With the topic name post your answer as a comment.





Cue Card Topics

These topics will help you to get an idea about the cue card section in the IELTS test, so that you can start your IELTS Speaking preparation.

 

Topic 1: Describe a time when you helped someone.

You should say: 

  • When was it?
  • Whom did you help?
  • How did it benefit him/her? 

and explain why did you help?

 

Topic-2: Describe a well-known place in your city you visited.

You should say: 

  • Where is the place? 
  • Why did you go there? 
  • Who influenced you to go there? 

and explain how you feel about the place.

 

Topic-3: Describe your favourite neighbour. 

You should say: 

  • Who is the person? 
  • When did you meet him/her? 
  • How did your relationship develop? 

and explain why he/she became your favourite. 

 

Topic-4: A radio program you like most.  

You should say: 

  • What is the program? 
  • Why do you love about the program? 
  • When do you listen it? 

and explain how it is influencing others.

 

Topic-5: A meal you want to offer to a friend.

You should say: 

  • What will you offer? 
  • What is the speciality of this meal? 
  • Whom would you invite and why? 

and explain how you enjoyed the meal.   

 




Topic-6: An interesting thing you have learned from a foreign culture. 

You should say: 

  • What is it? 
  • Why have you learnt it? 
  • Do you think it is important? 

and explain how it will help others. 

 

Topic-7: Describe your university or college building. 

You should say: 

  • How does it look? 
  • With which building can you compare it? 
  • What are your feelings towards it? 

and explain why this building is so special to you. 

 

Topic-8: Describe a skill you want to learn. 

You should say: 

  • What is it? 
  • Why do you want to learn this skill? 
  • How can you learn it? 

and explain how it will help you. 

 

Topic-9: Describe your activities when a friend or relative visits to your home.

You should say: 

  • What would you do? 
  • Why would you do these?
  • Will the activities be different for a friend and relatives? Why?

and explain how you feel when they visit you. 

 

Topic-10: Describe a person who always influences you to learn English.

You should say: 

  • Who is the person? 
  • How did you meet him/her? 
  • How did he/she influence you? 

and explain the specialities of this person. 

 

Topic-11: Describe a course you recently completed in your institution. 

You should say: 

  • What is the course? 
  • Why did you choose it? 
  • How did it help you? 

and explain why did you think it is better than other curses. 

 

Topic-12: Describe a vehicle you want to buy.

You should say: 

  • What type of vehicle is it? 
  • Why will you buy it? 
  • How did you get interested in it? 

and explain why did you think this the safest vehicle for you.

 




Topic-13: Describe your activities if you get a lot of money.

You should say: 

  • What will you do? 
  • What might you buy? 
  • Why do you choose these? 

and explain with whom will you share this. 

 

Topic-14: Describe the busiest time you passed.

You should say: 

  • When was it? 
  • Why was it busiest time? 
  • What were the obstacles? 

and explain how did you overcome those.  

 

Topic-15: Describe an interesting thing you did in your free time. 

You should say: 

  • What is it? 
  • Why did you do it? 
  • How did you do it? 

and explain how did you feel at the end.

 

Topic-16: Describe a workaholic person you know.

You should say: 

  • Who is he? 
  • What does he do? 
  • How do you know him? 

and explain what do you think about him. 

 

Topic-17: Describe a time when you were cheated. 

You should say: 

  • What was the occasion? 
  • Who was the person? 
  • What did he hide about? 

and explain why do you think the person did not tell the whole truth.

 




Topic-18: Describe an occasion when you received incorrect information.

You should say: 

  • What was the information? 
  • How you found out the information was incorrect? 
  • How did you feel about it? 

and explain how you managed the situation. 

 

Topic-19: Describe a time when you were locked-down in your home.

You should say: 

  • When did it happen? 
  • How did you pass your time in that situation? 
  • How it changed your daily routine? 

and explain how you felt about the situation. 

 

Topic-20: Describe a time when you are forbidden to leave your room for some days. 

You should say: 

  • Why you are forbidden? 
  • When did it happen? 
  • What was your family’s reaction? 

and explain how you pass those days in your room.

 


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