Latest Cue Cards Jan to Apr 2024

Latest Cue Cards Jan to Apr 2024,IELTS CUE CARDS JAN TO APR 2024,MAKKAR CUE CARDS JAN TO APR 2024

Latest Cue Cards Jan to Apr 2024

1.Describe a person you know who likes to talk a lot IELTS Cue Card

2.Describe a place where you would like to go to relax IELTS Cue Card

3.Describe a long-term goal you would like to achieve IELTS Cue Card

4.Describe a uniform you wear (at your school or company) or you wore at school IELTS Cue Card

5.Describe a sportsperson/athlete that you admire IELTS Cue Card

6.Describe a job you would not like to do in the future IELTS Cue Card

7.Describe an interesting conversation you had with a very old person IELTS Cue Card

8.Describe a period when you were busy IELTS Cue Card

9.Describe a time when you used a map IELTS Cue Card

10.Describe a time you successfully did something difficult IELTS Cue Card

11.Describe a situation when you helped someone IELTS Cue Card

12.Describe an occasion when someone or something made noise IELTS Cue Card

13.Describe something in your country that you are interested in IELTS Cue Card

14.Describe something you do regularly that helps you work and study better IELTS Cue Card

15.Describe a photo that you took and are proud of IELTS Cue Card

16.Describe a useful object in your home that you can’t live without IELTS Cue Card

17.Describe a film you watched or Describe a film that impressed you a lot IELTS Cue Card

18.Describe an unusual holiday you had IELTS Cue Card

19.Describe something that you picked up that was thrown by someone else IELTS Cue Card

20.Describe a person who is good at making people feel welcome in his/her home IELTS Cue Card

21.Describe a skill that you learned in your childhood IELTS Cue Card

22.A street market in your city IELTS Cue Card

23.Describe an occasion when you heard someone complaining about something in a restaurant/store or other business places IELTS Cue Card

24.Describe a travel you were looking forward to but was delayed IELTS Cue Card

25.Describe a time when someone who did quite well in a team IELTS Cue Card

26.Describe an outdoor activity you did IELTS Cue Card

27.Describe an interesting activity that you remember enjoying most in your primary school IELTS Cue Card

28.Describe a time you had to finish something quickly IELTS Cue Card

29.Describe An Exciting Activity That You Experienced With Someone Else IELTS Cue Card

30.Describe A Successful Person Who You Once Studied Or Worked With IELTS Cue Card

31.Describe a park or a garden in your city IELTS Cue Card

32.Describe a beautiful city IELTS Cue Card

33.Describe a difficult task that you completed at work/study that you felt proud of IELTS Cue Card

34.Describe a time that something changed your life in good ways IELTS Cue Card

35.Describe an interesting person that you have not met in person and would like to know more about IELTS Cue Card

36.Describe a foreigner who speaks your native language (Hindi) very well IELTS Cue Card

37.Describe a person who always has interesting ideas or opinions IELTS Cue Card

38.Describe a successful businessperson you know IELTS Cue Card

39.Describe an area of science (biology, robotics, etc.)that you are interested in and would like to learn more about IELTS Cue Card

40.Describe a drawing/painting that you like IELTS Cue Card

41.Describe a piece of good advice that you gave to someone IELTS Cue Card

42.Describe a rule that is important in your school or at work IELTS Cue Card

43.Describe a good advertisement that you think is useful IELTS Cue Card

44. Describe a bad service you received in a restaurant/shop IELTS Cue Card

45.Describe a party that you enjoyed IELTS Cue Card

46.Describe an occasion when you waited a long time for a nice thing

47.Describe an activity that made you feel tired IELTS Cue Card

48.Describe a time when you had a problem with using the computer IELTS Cue Card

49.Describe a person who enjoys cooking for others IELTS Cue Card

50.Describe a place in your country that you think is interesting IELTS Cue Card

51.Describe a (long) car journey you went on

52.Describe a book that you have read many times

53.Describe a speech you gave 

54.Describe a new store/shop in your town/city

55.Describe a place away from your home and you want to visit in the future

56.Describe an adventure you would like to go on

57.Describe an invention

58.Describe a Popular Person

59.Describe the game you enjoyed playing when you were younger

60.Describe someone you know who has recently moved to a new place

61.Describe an occasion when you got incorrect information

62.Describe a valuable item that you would like to give as a gift

63.Describe a piece of clothing you wear most often

64.Describe an occasion when you spent time with a young child

65.Describe a sports program you like to watch

66.Describe a job that you think is interesting

67.Describe your idea of a perfect home or dream house where you want to live

68.Describe a movie that you recently saw and that disappointed you

69.Describe someone you know who often helps others

70.Describe a time when you lost your way

71.Describe a person you would like to study or work with

72.Describe a time when you were late

73.Describe an advertisement that you don’t like

74.Describe a person who inspired you to do something interesting

75. Describe a website which helped you to do something/ website you visit often/use regularly

76. Describe a piece of good news you heard from others

77. Describe a place there was a lot of noise

78. Describe something you taught to your friend/relative

79.Describe your experience when you changed your school/college

80. Describe a place/country in which you would like to live/work for a short period of time

81.Talk about an interesting old person you met recently

82. Describe a piece of technology that you find difficult to use

83.Describe a historical period you would like to know more about

84.Describe an unusual meal that you had

85. Describe an achievement/success you are proud of

86. Talk about a time you complained about something but finally got a good result

87.Describe when someone gave you something you really wanted /a gift you received

88.Describe a development in your country like shopping centre park etcetera

Two important tips for preparing Cue Cards

To most students, the Cue Card task is the most challenging task in the IELTS speaking test, and the primary reason for that is its duration, which is 2 minutes. Students who could be better speakers experience immense problems while generating ideas for 2 minutes. In this case, preparing in advance to pass your speaking test with flying colors is good. 

After every four months, a list containing about 80-90 Cue Card topics is released. You can go through them, and our website,, publishes this list at the end of the beginning of every trimester. So, it comes in Jan, May and September. By preparing these Cue Cards, you can easily pass the test, and we include 5-6 sample answers for every question. Apart from this, we provide well-crafted answers for the follow-up questions, too. So, by working with determination, dedication, and discipline, you can easily pass your IELTS speaking test. Although our study material provides much support, framing your Cue Cards as per your ideas is worthwhile

So, whenever you get a Cue Card topic, think of the actual situation in your life to gain valuable insights. For example, if the topic is “Describe a beautiful city you visited,” dig into your past instead of cramming the answer from our website or some other website. If you visited some beautiful city that was clean and pristine, you can design your content by revisiting the memories you have from that place. And if you do that, it becomes straightforward for you to frame the answer. Moreover, it boosts your creativity and helps you think beyond the conventional domain. It is an idea that you can quickly adapt to prepare for Cue Card topics.

Another thing you can do is that there can be one single answer for multiple Cue Cards. Like, describe an older adult you met recently or describe someone you like the most. Now, the same idea you can use for both the Cue Cards. So, if you go this way, then also it becomes easy. So, these are the two strategies you can use to frame your Cue Card answers.

Five major doubts students commonly have.

Various doubts students have whenever they go for Cue cards.
The first and foremost doubt is understanding the Cue Card topics.

The topic comes in various forms, possibly in the present, past, or future tense. Sometimes, the Cue Card questions have many combinations.

Like it has to be answered in a combination of past and present,
or present or future, or future or present.So, that sometimes needs to be clarified for test seekers.

The second major problem they encounter is generating ideas and content. You have one minute to prepare.
For some students, more is needed to frame good ideas and cohesively organize their content to get a good score. So it is again a challenging thing for them.

Another major problem is organizing the responses. Students generate ideas and have the content, but how do they organize it? They must also learn how to start or end an answer and what discourse markers to use while answering.

Apart from this, they need help with vocabulary and language use. They need help comprehending which words they should use and which they should avoid using. Sometimes, they memorize some words in their minds. However, when they take the exam, they need to remember all of them due to the pressure scenario.

Lastly, time management is challenging for some students as they struggle to generate ideas in one minute, while others need help to speak for two minutes.

Sometimes, they stop in between and need to realize that their two minutes are incomplete. And sometimes, whatever question there is, they cannot complete it in two minutes. So, these are the challenges that students face for Cue Cards.

Interesting Story

I’ve got an exciting story to tell you about a girl from the rural areas of Punjab who had never experienced city life. She had never attended an English Medium school, so it was a daunting challenge when she tried. When I asked her a few questions, I wasn’t sure if I could train her based on her answers, but I decided to take on the challenge.

During her first month, she didn’t answer any questions. Instead, I gave her a list of 400 questions to ask other students. She asked these questions multiple times and listened to the answers provided by the other students. Over time, the answers were drilled into her head, and after one month, she was ready to give the answers instead of asking questions. I gave her the task of answering questions, and although I was apprehensive at first, she did an excellent job because the practice of asking questions from students worked like a charm for her.

She gained confidence and became a brilliant communicator within three months, passing her exam with flying colors. The story’s moral is that practice is the key to success in the IELTS exam.

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