What is IELTS Cue Card & how to answer? 80 cue card samples

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What is IELTS Cue Card & how to answer? 80 cue card samples 2020

In this lesson, you can learn about the IELTS speaking exam, part two or what is called IELTS cue card.

How to answer it and how to deal with the IELTS examiner to get band +8.0 to study abroad or migrate to Canada.

Also, in the second part of the article, IELTS Game will add the expected IELTS speaking cue cards 2019 – 2020 samples with band 9.0 model answers with follow up questions that will help you in your IELTS test.

These cue cards are Makkar IELTS Speaking part 2 Guesswork for SEP-DEC 2019 IELTS Speaking Exams.

Each new cue card 2019 have a main topic with 3 to 5 questions, and you will have 1 minute to prepare an answer, after which you need to continuously speak on this topic for about 2 minutes.

At the end of your answer, the examiner can ask a few questions about this topic.

So, let’s start with the definition of cue card and a punch of the recent IELTS speaking cue card topics with answers pdf for September to December 2019.

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what is cue card in IELTS speaking?

Cue card in IELTS is the second part of speaking exam.

The IELTS speaking test has three parts, and in this class, you can learn in more detail about part two of the speaking exam which is called “Cue Card“, and how to improve your score.

First, let’s review what happens in part two of the IELTS speaking test.

  1. The examiner will give you a card with a topic. You have one minute to prepare a short speech on the topic.
  2. After one minute, the examiner will ask you to speak. You need to talk for between one and two minutes.
  3. After you finish, the examiner will ask you one or two simple questions about what you said.

How do I answer IELTS speaking part 2?

How should you use your time while answering the cue card? Let’s look!

Part one: how to use your preparation time.

  1. The first thing you should do: ask the examiner if there are any words you don’t understand!

Asking the examiner will use some of your time, and that’s not great. But, don’t talk if you haven’t understood the question; that will be worse.

  1. Secondly, look at the question.

It has four parts: the three bullet points, and the longer question at the end.

One minute is not a long time. You can’t prepare everything, so don’t try, just do the following:

  • Try to think of one or two things you can say for each part of the question.
  • Make short notes to help you remember your points.

How can you make effective notes?

Let’s look: For example, let’s say your cue card IELTS asked you to talk about choosing what to study at university.

You write:

  • “Computer science or engineering.”
  • “IT—interesting career opportunities.”
  • “Difficult—pros and cons on both sides.”
  • “Satisfied—IT work is interesting/creative.”

These notes will help you to speak.

Let’s see how: The four parts of the notes follow the four parts of the question.

This will help you to keep your answer organized. You have some key words and phrases like ‘career opportunities’, ‘pros and cons’ or ‘creative’ which you can use in your answer.

The notes give you at least one or two points to make about each part of the question.

Again, you won’t have time to do more than this, so don’t try. Don’t write full sentences—focus on covering all the points you need to talk about.

OK—your minute’s up, and it’s time to talk!

Part two: how to organize your answer.

Organizing your answer well is easy to do, and important, but many students don’t do it so well.

So how can you organize your answer effectively?

  1. First, start with an opening phrase.

Say something like:

  • “I’m going to tell you about…”
  • “I’d like to talk about…”
  • “I’ve decided to talk about…”

This gives your speech a strong, clear start. What next? Very simple:

  1. Follow the bullet points.

Say 1-2 sentences, using your notes, about each of the three bullet points.

Hopefully, this will take you 30-60 seconds. Be focused, and don’t go off topic or add any points which don’t answer the question.

Every sentence should be a direct answer to one of the points on the cue card.

  1. Next, focus on the last part of the question

—“…explain how you feel about this choice now.”

This is the most important part of the question, because it lets you go into more detail.

This isn’t just true for this question; this is generally true for IELTS speaking part two questions.

The three bullet points are quite simple, and you can’t say very much about them, sometimes.

The last part has more depth, and you should spend more time on it. So, try to make 3-4 sentences about the last part of the question. This should take you 30-60 seconds, again.

Great! You’ve finished, right? Well, not quite. You also need a strong finish.

Often, when I practice IELTS with my students, they act surprised when they finish their answers, like this:

  • “…and so I feel like I probably made the right choice… … … Finished!”

This doesn’t sound like you’ve finished. It sounds like you’ve just run out of things to say.

You should know when you’ve finished, and you should show the examiner clearly.

How can you finish strongly?

Use a concluding phrase, such as:

  • “That’s why I feel that…”
  • “Finally, when I look back at my decision now…”
  • “I’m glad I made the decision I did.”

Obviously, the finishing phrases aren’t like the opening phrases, which you can use for any topic. The finishing phrases will depend on the question you get.

Part three: adding details to your answer.

A lot of IELTS advice says the same things:

  • give detailed answers,
  • use varied vocabulary,
  • use different sentence structures.

OK, that’s great, it’s all true, but how? And how can you use this in part two of your IELTS speaking test?

Actually, if you follow the advice I’ve given you so far, this will happen automatically.

If you make two sentences for each bullet point, make 3-4 sentences for the last part of the question, write down key vocabulary to use in your notes;

if you do these things, your answer should already be detailed, with good vocabulary.

We’ve already done a lot of the work you need to do here. What else can you do?

  1. For each point, try to give at least one fact and at least one opinion.For example,

Don’t say: “I had to choose between studying computer science and studying engineering.”

Say: “I had to choose between studying computer science and studying engineering. I was interested in both, although I always felt that studying computer science was a better choice.”

Don’t say: “I decided to study computer science.”

Instead, say: “I decided to study computer science, because I felt that it would give me more interesting career opportunities.” This is a good, simple rule to make your answers more detailed.

  1. Always include a fact and an opinion if you can. Add details wherever you can.

Don’t say, “It was quite a difficult decision to make.”

Instead, say: “It was quite a difficult decision to make, because my parents and my teachers all gave me different advice, and I didn’t know what to do.”

Don’t say: “I feel like I made the right decision.”

Say: “I feel like I made the right decision, because I really enjoy working in IT—it’s very creative and there’s always something new to learn.”

Following these simple rules will make your answers more detailed, and give you a higher chance to get a better score. Next, let’s look at timing.

Part four: how long should you speak?

This is simple: at least one minute. Speaking for less than one minute will hurt your score.

You can speak for up to two minutes. After two minutes, the examiner will stop you, even if you’re in the middle of your sentence.

If the examiner stops you, that’s not necessarily a problem. It doesn’t affect your score if you go too long.

However, if you’ve haven’t covered all the parts of the question, that could be a problem.

That’s why a good goal is to speak for 90 seconds. This should give you enough time to say everything you want to say.

So how do you do that?

Practice, and time yourself. Type “IELTS part two speaking questions” into Google or find the latest IELTS cue cards on our website and find some questions to practice with.

  • First, speak and look at your timer, on your phone or wherever.
  • Answer the same question several times.
  • Your goal is to cover all parts of the question in 90 seconds.
  • Later, when you’re more comfortable with this, practice your answers, but don’t look at the timer.
  • At the end, guess how long you spoke for, and then look at the timer to check.

If you do this a few times, you’ll start to feel how long you need to speak for. You’ll also know how much you can say.

Different people speak at different speeds.

  1. If you can speak fast and fluently, you’ll be able to say more in 90 seconds.
  2. If you’re a slower speaker, you won’t be able to say as much.

Practising will help you to understand how much you can say in 90 seconds.

Part five: dealing with common problems.

Finally, let’s look at some problems which students face in part two of the IELTS speaking test.

  1. First problem: “I don’t have anything to say about this topic!”

Well, I chose the question for this lesson because it’s an easier one. “Describe an important choice you made” I think is something which most people could talk about.

Unfortunately, not all of the questions are so easy or general.  For example, if the question is, “Talk about a party which you went to.

What if you haven’t been to a party for several years? What if you don’t like parties? This could happen.

We hope it won’t, but it could. What can you do? First, when you’re preparing for the exam, be strict with yourself.

Don’t just practice easy questions, or questions which you think are interesting.

Find the most difficult question you can. Find the most boring question you can. Practice answering these.

Find more difficult questions, and more boring questions, and practice them. You need to be prepared for anything.

If the worst happens, and you get a topic where you don’t have anything to say, you have two options:

  1. First, you can just lie. The examiner really doesn’t care if you tell the truth or not. Make up a story if you can.
  2. Otherwise, try to think of a story from a friend, or from the news, or anything which you could use.

For example, if the topic is “Talk about a party which you went to,” and your friend told you about a party that he or she went to last week, use your friend’s story.

To be clear, don’t talk about your friend. Use your friend’s story and make it about you.

This is important: in other parts of the IELTS exam, it can be OK to say “I don’t know,” or “I don’t have anything to say about this.

But in part two, you must answer the question. You can’t change the topic or adapt it.

What other common problems do IELTS students have during part two of the speaking test?

  1. Another common problem: “I’m so nervous!”

Alright, well giving a speech like this makes a lot of people nervous or uncomfortable. What can you do about this?

First of all, understand that feeling nervous in this situation is natural. Very few people can feel totally comfortable in this kind of situation.

Is there anything you can do to feel less nervous?

Well, yes, there is. Try to practice making presentations or speeches in English, in front of as many people as possible, maybe in class or with your teacher.

Practicing speaking like this is useful anyway, but it’s also good to get used to feeling nervous.

Feeling a little bit nervous doesn’t mean your English will get worse.

Feeling nervous is natural; you can feel nervous and you can still speak well. It’s important to understand this before your exam.

part six, let’s review what we’ve talked about today.

To get a higher score in part two of the IELTS speaking test, you need to prepare carefully, making sure you have something to say for each part of the question.

You should structure your speech, with a clear beginning and ending.

Add details to your answer where possible, especially for the last part of the question.

Try to speak for around 90 seconds.

And, practice in advance, including boring questions, difficult questions, and speaking in situations where you feel nervous, and try to use some of the things we’ve talked about today.

I hope you found this IELTS advice useful in preparing for your exam. Good luck if you have an exam coming up soon!

and now, let’s see the latest IELTS cue cards 2019 – 2020, which are expected by Makkar and Liz to appear in Sep 2019 – Dec 2019.

Expected Cue Cards IELTS Speaking 2019 -2020 with sample answers

Cue Cards 2019 - 2020
Cue Cards 2019 - 2020

1.

Talk about an interesting conversation.

You should say:
  • – Who was the person
  • – When and where did you have the conversation
  • – What was the conversation about

2.

Describe a film you would like to share with your friends.

You should say:

  • – Where you watched it
  • – What it was about
  • – Who you watched it with
  • – Why you want to share it with friends

 

3.

Describe a place where you read and write, apart
from your home.

You should say:

  • – What is it
  • – Where is it
  • – Why do you go there to read and write

4.

Describe a school you went to in your childhood IELTS cue card sample.

You should say:

  • – Where it was
  • – What it was like
  • – What you learned there
  • – And how you felt about it

5.

Talk about a toy you liked in your childhood.

You should say:

  • – What was the toy
  • – Who gave it to you
  • – How often did you play with it

Band 9.0 Answer

6.

Describe a person who likes to travel by plane.

You should say:
  • – Who this person is
  • – How do you know this person
  • – Where this person travels to
  • – Explain why this person likes to travel by plane

7.

Talk about someone who is professional in his or
her job.

You should say:

  • – Who this person is
  • – What job does he or she have
  • – Why he/she likes the job
  • – Explain why this person is good at the job?

8.

Describe when was the first time you admired the sky.

You should say:
  • – What were you doing
  • – Who was with you
  • – What you saw

9.

Describe A Leisure activity that you do with your family.

You should say:

  • – What activity it is
  • – When do you do it
  • – With whom do you do it
  • – Do you enjoy doing it

 

10.

Describe a place full of colour.

You should say:

  • – Where is it
  • – How you know about it
  • – When you went there
  • – What you did there
  • – Explain why you think it is colourful

Band 9.0 Answer

11.

Describe an experience when you were with
people and you got bored.

You should say:

  • – When was it
  • – Where was it
  • – Why did you get bored
  • – How you felt about it

 

12.

Describe a product made in the region you come from or a popular product from your hometown.

You should say:

  • – What it is, how it looks like
  • – What is it used for
  • – How is it made
  • – Explain why your country makes it
  • – Explain why is it popular

13.

Talk about a celebration organized after an achievement
or
Describe a situation when you celebrated your achievement.

You should say:

  • – What was the achievement
  • – When it happened
  • – How did you celebrate
  • – How you felt about it

 

14.

Describe an advice you received on your subjects or work.

You should say:

  • – who advised you
  • – what advice did he give
  • – Are you happy with the advice

 

15.

Describe a time when you first met someone.

You should say:

  • – Who was it
  • – Where did you meet
  • – When was it
  • – How was your experience

 

16.

Describe a special day that made you happy.

You should say:

  • – When was it
  • – What was the occasion
  • – Why did it make you happy

 

17.

Describe a picture or photograph in your home/room that you like.

You should say:

  • – What is it about?
  • – Where is it in your home?
  • – How you got it?
  • – Why you like it?

 

18.

Describe a gift for which you spent long time to choose/make.

You should say:

  • – What it was?
  • – Who was the person you gave it to?
  • – How he or she felt about it?
  • – Why it took long time for you to choose?

Band 9.0 Answer

19.

Describe an experience when you played an indoor game with others?.

You should say:

  • – What you played
  • – Who you played with
  • – Why you played
  • – How you felt about it?

 

20.

Describe a time you were sleepy but had to stay awake.

You should say:

  • – When it happened?
  • – Why you were sleepy?
  • – Why you had to stay awake?
  • – And how you stayed awake?

 

21.

Describe Good news that you heard/received/read on the internet.

You should say:

  • – What was it about
  • – When did you hear it
  • – Why do you think it was good

 

22.

Describe an advertisement that you remember.

You should say:

  • – What is it
  • – When and where you saw it
  • – What happens in it

 

23.

Describe an occasion when the vehicle you were traveling in broke down.

You should say:
  • – When was it
  • – Where did it happen
  • – Who was with you

24.

Talk about a singer or musical band (favourite singer/musical band) you enjoy listening to.

You should say:

  • – Who is it? Or Who are they
  • – What style of music do they play?
  • – Talk about their personality
  • – Why do you like listening to their music

 

25.

Describe a water sport that you would like to try in the future.

You should say:

  • – What is it
  • – Where you will do it
  • – Whether it is easy or difficult
  • – Why would you like to try it

 

26.

Describe an occasion when you got up extremely early.

You should say:
  • – When did you get up early
  • – Why you got up early
  • – What did you do?
  • – How you felt about it personality
  • – Why do you like listening to their music

27.

Talk about a prize you want to win.

You should say:

  • – What prize it is?
  • – How do you know about it?
  • – What will you do to win it?
  • – Why do you want to win?

 

28.

Talk about a time when you gave advice to someone.

You should say:

  • – Who you gave advice to?
  • – What the advice was?
  • – Why you gave the advice?
  • – And how you felt about the advice?

 

29.

Describe a time you solved a problem through the Internet.

You should say:

  • – What the problem was?
  • – How you solved this problem?
  • – How long it took to solve the problem?
  • – How you felt about it?

(Same as describe a time when you looked for information on the internet)

 

30.

Describe a person you think has interesting ideas and opinions.

You should say:

  • – Who this person is
  • – What this person does
  • – How you know this person
  • – What kinds of ideas and opinions he has and why they are interesting

 

31.

Describe a park you visited and liked.

You should say:

  • – Where is it
  • – When you went there
  • – Why you liked it

 

32.

Describe a practical skill you learned.

You should say:

  • – What this skill was
  • – When you learned it
  • – How you learned it
  • – And explain why you think it was important
  • – How you felt about it?

 

33.

Describe a new skill you want to learn.

You should say:

  • – What it is
  • – How would you learn it
  • – Where you can learn it
  • – and explain why you want to learn it

 

34.

Describe a person who speaks foreign language well IELTS Cue Card.

You should say:

  • – Who this person is
  • – Which foreign language he speaks?
  • – Why he/she learnt this foreign language
  • – Explain why you think he/she speaks the foreign language well

 

35.

Talk about a historical building or Describe a historical building you have been to.

You should say:

  • – Which is the building
  • – Where it is
  • -What is it used for now?
  • – How you know about the building
  • – Why you think it is important
  • – How you feel about this building?

 

36.

Describe a person who helps others in his or her spare time.

You should say:

  • – Who this person is?
  • – How often this person helps others?
  • – How this person helps others?
  • – Why this person helps others?
  • – How you feel about this person?

 

37.

Describe a time you visited a place with friends.

You should say:

  • – Where you went?
  • – When you went out?
  • – What you did?
  • – And explain why you had a good time?

Related Cue Card: (Describe an experience when you went out with your friends and had a good time)

 

38.

Describe an unusual vacation you had.

You should say:

  • – What you did
  • – When and where you did it
  • – Who you did it with
  • – And explain why you think it was interesting or unusual

Related Cue Card: (Describe an unusual experience of travelling)

 

39.

Describe your favorite clothes.

You should say:

  • – What is it like
  • – Who gave it to you or where you bought it
  • – How often you wear it
  • – Explain how you feel about it or why you enjoy wearing it?

 

40.

Talk about a game show or quiz programme you watched on Television or online.

You should say:

  • – Where you watched it?
  • – What it was like?
  • – How often you watched it?
  • – Explain why you like or disliked it

 

41.

Describe a time when you invited someone to have dinner at home or a restaurant.

You should say:

  • – When you invited them
  • – Where you had the dinner
  • – Why you invited them
  • – How you felt about this dinner

 

42.

Describe a time that children made you laugh.

You should say:

  • – When was it
  • – Who were the children
  • – What they did
  • – How you felt about it

 

43.

Describe a time when you heard a stranger talking over the phone.

You should say:

  • – When
  • – Where
  • – What were you doing at that time

 

44.

Describe an occasion when you received incorrect information.

You should say:

  • – What was the incorrect information?
  • – When did it happen?
  • – Why you got it?
  • – How you found out the information was incorrect?
  • – How you managed the situation?
  • – How you felt about it?

 

45.

Talk about someone who encourages you to achieve goals.

You should say:

  • – Who is the person?
  • – How is he/she related to you?
  • – How does he/she encourage you?
  • – What this person encouraged you to do?
  • – Something about that person which you like the most?
  • – Why this encouragement helped you to achieve the goal?

 

46.

Describe a time when you were cheated/ when someone lied to you / someone did not tell you the complete truth.

You should say:

  • – What was the occasion/ What the situation was?
  • – When this happened?
  • – Who was the person?
  • – What did he hide about?
  • – Why do you think the person did not tell the whole truth?

 

47.

Describe a person you have seen (met) who is beautiful or handsome.

You should say:

  • – When and where you saw or met this person
  • – What the person looked like
  • – Why do you think this person is handsome or beautiful

 

48.

An intelligent person that you know cue card IELTS 2019.

You should say:

  • – Who is the person?
  • – What does he do?
  • – Why do you think he is smart?
  • – How do you feel about him?

 

49.

Talk about an interesting old person you met.

You should say:

  • – Who is this person?
  • – How you met him? How you know him
  • – What you do with this person (optional)
  • – Why you found him interesting?

 

50.

Describe one of your grandparent’s jobs Cue Card.

You should say:

  • – What it was?
  • – How long he or she had this job?
  • – How he or she got the job?
  • – Whether you would like to have this job?

 

51.

Describe a subject you did not like when you were at school but now you find interesting.

You should say:

  • – What was the subject
  • – Why you did not like it then
  • – Why do you find it interesting now
  • – Why you became interested in it?

 

52.

Describe a time when you showed or taught a young person how to do a thing.

You should say:

  • – Who was the young person
  • – When it happened
  • – What did you teach him/her
  • – How did you feel after teaching
  • – Do you think the young person was benefited

 

53.

Describe a person you would like to study or work with.

You should say:

  • – Who is that person?
  • – Why would you like to study with him/her?
  • – What will will you study?

 

54.

Describe something you bought but did not use much.

You should say:

  • – What was the thing
  • – When did you buy it
  • – Why you bought it
  • – Why you didn’t use it often?

 

55.

Describe a person you wanted to be similar to when you were growing up.

You should say:

  • – Who is this person?
  • – Where and under what circumstances did you meet him/her?
  • – What were the physical attributes – eg. height / hair / eye colour / scent?
  • – What quality about him / her inspired you?
  • – How was the attitude of this person towards you and towards others?

 

56.

Describe a historical period you want to know more about.

You should say:

  • – What period do you want to know about
  • – Why do you want to know about it
  • – How do you think you can know about it

 

57.

Describe a time when you found something that someone lost.

You should say:

  • – What did you find
  • – When did you find
  • – Where you found it
  • – How you returned it back to its owner
  • – How you felt?

 

58.

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

 

59.

Describe things you usually do well (or do regularly) for your job or study.

You should say:

  • – What are the things
  • – Where you do it
  • – When you do it

Or Describe something you do to help you study or work

  • – What it is
  • – How you learnt it
  • – When you do it
  • – How you feel about this method?

 

60.

Describe an outdoor sport that you haven’t done yet and would like to do in the future (future tense).

You should say:

  • – What activity is it?
  • – When and where would you like to do it?
  • – What special skills or equipment would you need?
  • – With whom you will play

Related Cue Card: Describe an outdoor sport you played for the first time (PAST TENSE)

 

61.

Describe a time when you had to change your plan / you changed your mind.

You should say:

  • – When was it
  • – What was the plan
  • – Why you had to change it
  • – How you felt

 

62.

Describe a party you attended or joined.

You should say:

  • – When was it
  • – Who joined you?
  • – What happened in the party

 

63.

Describe a healthy lifestyle you now.

You should say:

  • – What it is?
  • – How you know it?
  • – What one would do living in this lifestyle
  • – Explain why it is healthy

 

64.

Describe a time you received horrible (bad) service cue card sample.

You should say:

  • – When it happened
  • – Where did it happen
  • – Who you were with
  • – What happened
  • – Why the service was horrible

 

65.

Talk about a newly built public facility (such as parks, cinemas etc) that improves/influence local life quality in your city.

You should say:

  • – What the facility is
  • – Where is it
  • – How does it improve the life quality
  • – How you feel about it

 

66.

Describe a time when you enjoyed free time IELTS cue card.

You should say:

  • – When it was
  • – Where you were
  • – What you did
  • – How you felt about it?

Describe An activity you would do when you are alone in your free time (Future Tense)

  • – What the activity is
  • – When will you do it
  • – Why you would like to do it?

 

67.

Describe a situation when you did not have enough time.

You should say:

  • – What were you trying to do when you didn’t have enough time
  • – Why was this task important to you
  • – What circumstances led to you not having sufficient time
  • – What did you do to improve the situation

 

68.

Describe a time when you searched/looked for information from the internet.

You should say:

  • – When was it
  • – What information were you looking for
  • – Where you were searching on the internet
  • – How did it help you (how you felt about the information)

 

69.

Talk about something that you borrowed from your friend.

You should say:

  • – What was it
  • – When did you borrow
  • – Whom you borrowed it from
  • – What you did with it
  • – Why you borrowed it

 

70.

Describe a product or application, which is based on Artificial Intelligence.

You should say:

  • – What is it
  • – How you heard about it
  • – How and why do you use it

 

71.

Describe a software that you use often.

You should say:

  • – What is it
  • – How often do you use it
  • – For what is it used

 

72.

Talk about female leader you would like to meet.

You should say:

  • – Who is she
  • – What does she do
  • – Why would you like to meet her

 

73.

Describe a famous person that you are interested in.

You should say:

  • – Who this person is
  • – How you know about this person
  • – What sort of life they had before they became famous
  • – How this person became famous
  • – And explain why you like this person

Related Cue Card: Talk about a foreign celebrity you like

 

74.

Describe a time you spent a lot of money on something.

You should say:

  • – What was the thing
  • – When you bought it
  • – For whom did you buy
  • – Are you happy with your purchase

 

75.

Describe an important technological product you bought.

You should say:

  • – What is it
  • – When did you buy it
  • – How often do you use it

 

76.

Describe a city you once visited with your family.

You should say:

  • – What city was it
  • – When you visited
  • – What you did there

 

77.

Describe a long car journey you went on.

You should say:

  • – Where you went
  • – What you did at that place
  • – Who you went there with
  • – Explain why you went on that journey by car

 

78.

Talk about a time when you visited a friend IELTS Speaking Part 2.

You should say:

  • – when was it
  • – whom did you visit
  • – Why did you visit him/her

 

79.

Describe an experience when you taught an older person something new.

You should say:

  • – Whom did you teach
  • – What did you teach
  • – How was the experience

 

80.

Describe a good experience of online shopping.

You should say:

  • – What did you buy
  • – From which site
  • – Why was your experience good

 

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