Describe an article on health you read in a magazine or on the internet

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Describe an article on health you read in a magazine or on the internet

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Describe an article on health you read in a magazine or on the internet

In this article, IELTS Game will add number 220 IELTS cue card sample on the series of 2021 cue cards with band 9.0 model answers and part 3 follow up questions that will help you in your IELTS test preparation.

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Describe an article on health you read in a magazine or on the internet
Describe an article on health you read in a magazine or on the internet

IELTS Cue Card Sample 220

Describe an article on health you read in a magazine or on the internet.

You should say:

  • – What it was?
    – Where you read it?
    – Why you read it?
    – And how you felt about it?
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Band 9.0 Sample Answer Ideas.

• I have read many articles in my life.

• Today I will talk about an article about healthy lifestyle that I read last year.

• I read this article from the website fitness.com.

• I was browsing through a website when I saw the link to this article.

• The name of the article was very eye-catching.

• It was “Look Younger, Live Longer”.

• I clicked on the link and it opened this article.

• Nowadays, we all are living a sedentary lifestyle and facing many health related
problems.

• This article opened my eyes that to become healthier, it was all about making small
lifestyle changes.

• I came to know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

• We should have a healthy and wholesome breakfast and never skip it.

• This helps boost our immunity and also helps us go through the day with full energy.

• I have never skipped breakfast since I’ve read this article and I can concentrate on my
work and studies better.

• I also read that we should have at least one seasonal fruit every day.

• It also said that walking for an hour a day is as good as one hour of gym.

• Since then, morning walk has become a part of my routine.

• I used to dislike broccoli before I read this article.

• However, after reading that Broccoli is a very good source of protein and is full of
nutrients, I started having it regularly.

• I feel very fit and healthy and have rarely fallen sick since I made these small changes.

• I have bookmarked this article and read it often.

• I have also shared it with many of my friends and relatives.

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 an article on health you read in a magazine or on the internet”

1. Why do different people like to read different magazines?

Different people like to read different magazines because their interests are different.

Magazines cater to specific fields. Those who love sports read sports magazines, such as Sports Today; those who like fashion, read fashion magazines, such as Vogue; those interested in film celebrities, read magazines like Stardust and Film Fare.

2. What kind of magazines do teenagers like to read?

Teenagers like to read sports and fashion magazines.

3. What’s the difference between news on TV and news in magazines?

The major difference is that news in magazines is the detailed news of the past week or the past fortnight or the past month depending on whether the magazine is weekly or fortnightly or monthly.

4. Do people like to read news from the Internet?

Young people like to read news from the Internet. They are tech-savvy. They can read any newspaper from any corner of the world. E-paper is also environmentally friendly.

5. Do people still buy magazines in your country?

Yes, they do. Magazines cater to special fields. Those interested in sports buy sports magazines, those interested in home-making buy magazines like Women’s Era and Sarita.

6. Do you think people today are healthier than those in the past?

Yes, I do think people today are healthier than in the past. It is obvious from the increase in life expectancy.

People are living much longer than in the past. Moreover, people have become more conscious about their health.

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