WHAT IS A CUE CARD?
In the IELTS speaking test, the candidate is required to speak on a topic for about 1 to 2 minutes. The pattern of IELTS exam is designed to check the understanding level of English. The important thing to keep in mind that the topic given in IELTS speaking test cannot be changed. With the speaking topic, 3 to 4 cues are provided which helps candidates to answer the question to the point.
Describe an event you attended in which you didn’t like the music played
You should say:
- What the event was
- Where you were
- What the music was like
- And explain why you didn’t like the music.
Well, I love listening to music. In my leisure time, I listen to songs. My choice to listen to music is not limited to old folk songs, I also love Pop, Rock, Jazz and Fusion music. I really love listening to live music concerts.
Last year, I went to attend a wedding party with my friends. The wedding couple has organised a live concert for the enjoyment of attendees. A local singer was invited to perform. Even the singer released some songs and had some recognition. However, I felt really disappointed when I listening to his live performance. It seemed that he was an amateur singer. His performance was dull and monotonous. Even songs were not relevant to the occasion. Music was loud and hurting ears. In fact, no one was paying attention to his performance rather all were enjoying their relatives or friends company.
Therefore, I left that wedding party quite early. So, this was the time when I attended a party and I didn’t like the music.
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