177. IELTS Cue Card -
Describe an art exhibition that you visited
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IELTS Cue Card Sample 177
Describe an art exhibition that you visited.
You should say:
- – when you saw this exhibition?
- – where the exhibition was held?
- – what was on display?
- – and explain your impression of the exhibition?
Band 9.0 Sample Answer Ideas.
• When I was little, I went to a museum near my hometown to see a paintings exhibition.
• It was a special one-time exhibition to commemorate the struggle of Indian freedom fighters.
• There were paintings from many different artists including some world-famous ones like Rabindranath Tagore, Raja Ravi Verma, and M.F Hussain.
• However, all the paintings were on the life of Indian freedom fighters.
• Some of the paintings showed them with their families before they became involved in the freedom struggle and some paintings depicted them actively protesting or fighting against the British.
• I think this was intentionally done to highlight the sacrifices that the freedom fighters made for India’s independence.
• Along with each painting, there were labels in Hindi and English describing the context of the paintings.
• When my parents told me about the exhibition, I wasn’t interested, and I thought that I would get really bored.
• But after visiting, I remember thanking my parents for taking me there.
• One of the paintings, the hanging of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, and Sukhdev had a long-lasting impact on me.
• I had read about this incident in my history textbook, but I didn’t know that all of them were so young when they made this ultimate sacrifice.
• Moreover, I think reading about something in history books can never compare to the actual experience of seeing it in painted form.
• I came out with a newfound appreciation for India’s freedom and the people who made it possible.
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