[2020] Describe your idea of a perfect home or dream house

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Describe your idea of a perfect home or dream house

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Describe your idea of a perfect home or dream house

In this article, IELTS Game will add number 94 IELTS cue card sample on the series of IELTS cue card 2020 topics 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 “Situation description” topic and asking you to “Describe your idea of a perfect home or dream house. and asking some questions related to this topic.

This cue card is expected to appear in Makkar cue cards 2020 according to Makkar ielts speaking pdf guesswork.

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Describe your idea of a perfect home or dream house
Describe your idea of a perfect home or dream house

Describe your idea of a perfect home or dream house.

You should say:

  • – Where this place would be?
  • – What it would look like?
  • – When you would like to live there?
  • – Explain why it is ideal to you?

Another  Related cue card

Describe an ideal house.

You should say:

  • – Where this place is?
  • – What it is like?
  • – When you want to live there?
  • – Explain why it is ideal to you?

Band 9.0 Sample Answer Ideas.
((For those who live in villages))

● Presently, I live in a village.

● My house is very big and has many rooms and open space in the front and back.

● But, for every small requirement, we have to rush to the village.

● My dream home would be in the suburbs of my hometown.

● There I would get the best of both worlds.

● I would be near the facilities of the city as well as be able to enjoy the calm and peaceful atmosphere
of the village

● I would not like to live in a big house.

● Big houses are difficult to maintain.

● My house would have three bedrooms, a lobby, a kitchen a small lawn in the front and a kitchen garden in the backyard.

● I am very fond of gardening.

● I would grow coriander, mint, aubergine, okra, tomatoes, green chilly and some other seasonal vegetables.

● I would use only organic fertilisers, such as home made compost from the kitchen waste.

● I would not use any insecticides and pesticides.

● All the rooms of my house would be well lit and airy.

● The bathrooms and kitchen would have the latest fittings.

● I would have solar panels set up on the terrace to harness solar energy.

● I would like to welcome and entertain friends and relatives in my house.

● I would keep it spic and span.

● I hope to live in such a house one day.

Band 9.0 Sample Answer Ideas.
((For those who live in cities))

● Presently, I live in a city.

● My house is not very big but has three bedrooms and some open space in the front and back.

● But, it is a very noisy and congested area.

● My dream house would be in the suburbs of my hometown.

● There I would get the best of both worlds.

● I would be near the facilities of the city as well as be able to enjoy the calm and peaceful atmosphere of the village

● I would not like to live in a big house.

● Big houses are difficult to maintain.

● My house would have three bedrooms, a lobby, a kitchen a small lawn in the front and a kitchen garden in the backyard.

● I am very fond of gardening.

● I would grow coriander, mint, aubergine, okra, tomatoes, green chilly and some other seasonal vegetables.

● I would use only organic fertilisers, such as home made compost from the kitchen waste.

● I would not use any insecticides and pesticides.

● All the rooms of my house would be well lit and airy.

● The bathrooms and kitchen would have the latest fittings.

● I would have solar panels set up on the terrace to harness solar energy.

● I would like to welcome and entertain friends and relatives in my house.

● I would keep it spic and span.

● I hope to live in such a house one day.

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 describe your idea of a perfect home or dream house IELTS Cue Card 2020.

1. Do most Indian people live in an apartment or house?

I think it depends on the region they are living in. 

In most of the big cities, like the metropolitan cities, people live in apartments, as there is a scarcity of land in such places and to accommodate the ever-increasing population, there are more and more apartment buildings being built.

However, in the small cities, towns and the countryside, we can find people mostly living in houses, rather than apartments.

2. Do young people in your country like to live with their parents or by themselves?

In my country, young people like to live with their parents, unless they have to move to another city or country, for higher education or for better career prospects. 

It’s a part of the Indian culture for children to live with their parents.

3. Do Indian people like to rent a place to live?

No, Indian people do not like to rent a place to live. I think it’s the dream of almost every Indian to own his/her own house.

4. Would you live in a foreign country in the future?

Yes, definitely. I would like to live in a foreign country in the future. I plan to pursue my education abroad.

I think there are better education facilities and better job opportunities in developed countries.

5. How is modern home design in your country different to that of the past?

The modern home design is very different to that of the past, in my country.

The material being used now in the construction of houses if much advanced, like weather proof paints, insulated walls, soundproof windows, etc. 

The design of the modern houses is according to the space available.

There is better utilization of space in the modern home designs. 

The homes in the past used to be more spacious and not equipped to handle the latest electronic gadgets and equipment, like washing machine, microwave, dishwashers & so on.

6. In your country what type of home do most people live in?

India is a vast and diverse country. People live in different types of houses, depending on the region and the climate in that region. 

For example, in the eastern parts of India, houses made from bamboo are very common.

In regions where there is snowfall, sloped houses are common. In plain areas, people design their houses, as per the area and space available.

7. Do people prefer to live in Modern Homes or the older style homes (for example from 50 years ago)?

People prefer to live in modern homes rather than older style homes because modern homes are better equipped to handle the latest electronic gadgets and technology. 

Also, the material used to build modern homes is better, for instance, weather proof paints, earthquake proof design, etc. The modern homes are planned better to utilize the space properly.

8. How are modern homes different to older homes?

Modern homes are quite different from the older homes, in terms of the design, material used and the structure of the building. 

Older homes were more spacious, with proper ventilation. Modern homes are designed to properly utilize the space, due to the shortage of land these days. 

These days, people employ interior designers and architects to plan and decorate their homes. 

Older homes may not be equipped to handle the latest electronic gadgets and appliances.

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