IELTS Speaking Cue Card July 2017: An Unusual Food

Talk about an unusual food you have eaten abroad. Please say

– Where was it and what was the food?
– Did you like or dislike that food? Why?
– Why did you decide to try it?

Answer:

IELTS offers you one minute to prepare an answer and two minutes (maximum) to speak.

I am a foodie and a frequent traveler. So, I get opportunities to taste dishes from different cultures. (Introductory statement)

Last year I traveled to China’s capital Beijing. In a traditional Chinese restaurant, I tried a strange dish made up of sea weeds. Sea weeds, as you know, are vegetarian foods grown in the sea and are very nutritious. (Where was it, what was the food) 

I loved tasting it the first time. No other food comes close to it in terms of taste and it is difficult for me to explain it. I loved it not only because of the taste but also due to the abundance of nutrients in it. (Like or dislike. Why.)

Since I’m a traveler, I have first-hand experience of how humans will face a shortage of nutritious food in the future. Scientists have proposed seaweed farms as a solution to the problem. I just wanted to taste the future of human food. (Why try.)

Follow-up questions:

  1. Do you prefer to buy foreign foods?
  2. Why do people buy foreign foods?
  3. Why are humans facing food shortage? Propose a solution.
  4. Would you spend more on foreign foods?
  5. Why is that?

Good luck making your own answer. Do not forget to share with us. And, feel free to share the answer to any of the follow-up questions in the comments section. I’ll reply as soon as possible.

Contact us here and follow this website (there’s a button on your screen’s right side) and like our Facebook Page to learn IELTS and PTE writing and speaking modules.

Advertisements

One thought on “IELTS Speaking Cue Card July 2017: An Unusual Food

  1. Pingback: IELTS Speaking Cue Card: A Restaurant You Like. | ELTEC English

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s