Describe a course that impressed you a lot

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Describe a course that impressed you a lot

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Describe a course that impressed you a lot

In this article, IELTS Game will add number 225 IELTS cue card sample on the series of 2022 cue cards with band 9.0 model answers and part 3 follow up questions that will help you in your IELTS test preparation.

This cue card is related to “Course description” speaking topic and asking you to “Describe a course that impressed you a lot and asking IELTS speaking part 3 follow up questions from Makkar Jan-April 2022 cue cards guesswork.

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Describe a course that impressed you a lot
Describe a course that impressed you a lot

IELTS Cue Card Sample 225

Describe a course that impressed you a lot.

You should say:

  • – What the course was about?
  • – Where you took the course?
  • – What you did during the course?
  • – And explain why it impressed you a lot?

Band 9.0 Sample Answer Ideas.

• I took a photography course last month which really impressed me a lot.

• I have always been interested in photography and I like taking pictures with my smartphone and camera.

• My brother got me a digital SLR camera on my birthday this year.

• I have used a point-and-shoot camera before but never used a DSLR camera.

• It had so many features and a big lens and at first, it looked very daunting.

• I started to take pictures in auto mode but was not able to understand the manual settings.

• My brother advised me to take a digital photography course to get started.

• Ever since the pandemic, the number of online courses has increased globally.

• I was able to find many online courses related to digital photography on websites like Skillshare and Udemy

• I bought the Photography Masterclass course on Udemy. It had a lot of good reviews and
was recommended by many students.

• This course had over 25 hours of videos and everything was explained thoroughly with a lot of visual and written examples.

• All the instructors were very knowledgeable and started from the very basics.

• I learnt about aperture, shutter speed, depth of field, lens and camera workings, F-stop, ISO, etc.

• I also learnt to take photographs in different scenarios like landscapes, family portraits, wildlife.

• It helped me understand the importance of lighting in photography and when to use flash vs natural lighting.

• In all, it was very comprehensive, easy to follow along with, and made learning very fun.

• It had activities at the end of every lesson, and I had to put what I had learned into practice.

• It gave me the confidence to take my camera off auto mode and use manual settings.

• I was very impressed with the kind of pictures I was taking by the end of this course.

• I was also able to edit pictures using the techniques I learnt in this course.

• Even the photographs I took with my smartphone were better than before.

• It truly helped me be a better photographer and I will recommend it to anyone who wants to learn photography.

IELTS Speaking part 3 Follow Up Questions.

Here are some follow up questions you may be asked during part 3 IELTS Speaking exam by the IELTS examiner related to 1st cue card:

“Describe a course that impressed you a lot”

1. Why do some people have a better memory?

The human brain is very complex, and it is very difficult to understand why some people have a better memory than others. Part of the reason can be genetics and some people are just born with better memory.

But at the same, I think memory is like a muscle and can be trained. People can use many techniques to train their memories to be better.

2. Which can help people remember things better, words or photos?

Yes, images are far more memorable than words. We are all familiar with saying “a picture speaks a thousand words”. Words are hard to remember because they’re abstract and our brains can’t easily latch onto them.

On the other hand, our brains store and recall images much more easily.

3. Can technology help people remember things better? How?

I don’t think that technology helps people remember things better. In fact, relying on technology means we don’t need to remember very much. We can just set reminders on our smartphones for everything and get an alert when it’s time to do it. 

Also, internet has made information about any topic readily available to us. So we don’t feel the need to remember information that can be easily found through search engines like google.

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