IELTS Cue Card/ Candidate Task Card # 185
Describe a typical day in your life when you were in your early teens.
You should say:
- what you did
- who you spent time with
- how you felt about things you had to do
and explain what was the best part of the day for you back then.
[You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.]
Thank you for this interesting cue card topic as it takes me back to a time when I was probably enjoying a very simple yet happy life.
Anyway, a typical day in my early teen years wouldn’t exactly start with a morning alarm, beating my ears, but with the sound of some noisy yelling from my mother, apparently, because I wouldn’t wake up on time. But, I still had to drag myself out of the bed to eat my breakfast before wearing my school dress and start walking towards my school. Sometimes, I would wake up from bed so late that I literally had to run to my school while putting my shirt on in the middle of the road!
But, once I arrived at my school, I was a serious student. In fact, I was so serious about my studies that I hardly used to talk with any of my classmates except a few of my good friends. Both I and my friends would avoid playing any sports at our school; instead, we just used to sit together and talk about different stuff. However, after finishing school, I straight used to go to my grandmother’s house. She used to make lots of good snacks for me! Sometimes, I also used to visit a local playground to see other kids playing in the afternoon. However, as soon as it was evening, I straight had to go to my home, and sit at my study desk after freshening myself up. Later, I would be allowed to watch a little TV also before eating my dinner and going to bed.
Anyway, my typical day as an early teenager wasn’t exactly very eventful or interesting, but I liked whatever I was doing back then because it helped me stay out of trouble, and I just didn’t like any trouble. But, if you ask me, the best part of my typical day as a teenager was when I used to visit my grandmother’s place, apparently because he treated me like a “prince” and had all the good things to say about me!