Describe a Book you want to WriteWrite about a book you want to write.
The IELTS Cue Card Example 3
You are describing a very influential work. When do you often go to the library? What effect does it have on a man's world? Do you name some of the famed authors in your own nation? You ever think about making a script? What is the difference between being able to literate films and film? Potential 1: Whenever I have free will I try to study and the range extends from professional, technological, fictional, religious, fictional, classical and modern work.
I would like to describe a novel called'Kane and Abel', and it was authored by the renowned English author Jeffrey Arker. I sometimes reread online review articles and after 2/3 of Jeffrey Archer's work I tried to get the full listing of Jeffrey Archer's work.
I' found out that most Jeffrey Archer enthusiasts recommend the book'Kane & Abel'. In fact, some folks said this was the best work ever published by the same writer. I' ve decided at that particular point to study this one. In about a months time I purchased the books in a bookshop and began to study them.
It was first released in Great Britain in 1979 and in the USA in 1980. It was the bestseller of the New York Times. They were raised on different sides of the globes: one marked by a luxury education, a good education and story that he was reading, the other that his mom died at the moment of his death and did not know who his dad was, cheerful about the warmongering, bondage and story to which he belonged.
Jeffrey Archer's tale is magic and alluring. Many of his stories enchant the reader and for Kane and Abel the experience has worked even more. Each page I turned over lured me to continue reading. I could not have given up reflecting for a second on the happenings and character of the accounts, and that had a great impact on me.
They have their own characteristic forces and have followed their own path. In the end, the two faced each other for the second and last game. It is a magical tale, a strong portrayal of a man and a woman that a man would never have forgotten.
Alternatively, 2: Thank you for giving me the chance to speak about a very influential work. I' ll tell you the name of the textbook and the writer, what I recall and why it is so important to me. Strangely enough, I was just recently considering this work.
It' Ursula Moray Williams, but I didn't know that when I first saw it. The first time I hear about the script, I can't really say! It' s actually a children's textbook, and I think it must have been selected for me by my folks, because I don't recall having bought it with someone, and I don't think it was a present for a child's birthdays, otherwise it would have had an ink on the front.
I had a rather shabby pocket notebook with an original binding in the colour red and was issued by a then well-known publishing house named Puffin Books. It was such a sorry tale! At some point he makes his luck (I don't know how anymore) and goes back home just to find the toy maker who disappeared!
It is the most important thing to me because it is the first one I really recall that I wanted to study for myself. There would be my mother and father taking turns to just reading me a single passage in the dark, but there were many and many passages - about twenty, I think, and I was so angry that I didn't know how the whole thing would end if a passage was done and the penniless little woodhorses were in trouble!
But not so good, and not good enough to be soundless. However, one evening after my folks shut the books and leave me alone, I continued on. It made me rant, and the whole thing was so gloomy that I sobbed as I sat there, making it even more difficult for me to get the words out and end the film.
Nevertheless, I continued to read until the end and luckily the whole thing ended well! That I can still recall, even though I was only about four years old at the then. And my folks are remembering that part. You could read me out loud and they could see me in my room and they said it was heartbreaking, but also quite impressing because I was so persistently resolved to do it on my own.
I' ve never reread that textbook as an adult. No. I' m worried that if I did and thought it wasn't really well or very well spelled, it could ruin my memories. I' d rather think of it as the most fantastic thing ever told, even if it's not so!
It is probably the most memorable novel that inspired me to start reading. Alternatively 3: The most influential of my collegiate levels is called "Pather Panchali" by Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay. It was released in 1929 and later a film with the same name was made by Satyajit Ray.
It is a tragic and familiar play that is regarded as one of the best works of Bengali lit. It is a documentary about the Roy family's lives, fortunes, sadness and inner image in a country area. It is a description of country living, the inhabitants of this country place, their suffering, their pleasures, the beauty of the landscape, verdant meadows, rice paddies, wildflower and much more that comes to live in history.
I was so moved by the plot, the control of narrative, the landscape of the countryside, the dramatic demise of a sensitive person. Moreover, this volume was authored by one of the great and gifted authors, who had a gift for portraying country life in a way that no other one can.
I remembered the notebook that I was in the country once. He is a talented author and probably the best of his kind. Some of the authors of his novels come from common places and live an everyday life, but the impact they leave on the reader is outrageous. You will be asked to speak about a work you have been reading.
I think you should choose a work you know well. Let's assume you were reading a very interesting but you forgot the name of the editor or editor, you can't tell the tale in an organized way, then you shouldn't be talking about it. Choose a interesting work, you have already seen it and know the name of the novel's creator and its history.
When you are not sure about such a work, think of one, google the detail of the work, and memorize the following information about the book: Writers. A few other books by the same name. History of the work. The reason why the critics praised the work. A few people in the game.
On the part why this work has a great impact on you mentions some of the following points: This is a novel by an author who has a good opportunity to tell a good tale. History's a pagination, and you've had a tough job trying to keep it away. You' ve learnt an important lecture from this one.
I think the character of this story has made a good impact. A few of the trilogy and facts about the books. etc. Based on the description of a book: Hardcover, bestseller, novel, pocketbook, recommendation, pagination, story, literature, fiction, worm, gender, biography, literature, modern, fast-moving, thrilling, borrowable, exciting storyline, intriguing personalities.
They are synonyms for'major': Write down a recent work. Write down your favorite textbook. Write down a textbook you recall. Speak about a bestselling work. Write down a textbook that you would suggest your friend to use. Speak about a textbook your friend suggested. Write down a readable text.
As the theme of the CueCard requires the description of a textbook that has a great impact on you, you don't necessarily have to speak about a fairy tale album. They can choose any scholarly work, faith work, or specialty or technology work. If you choose the great one of your religions, for example, you can say how it has altered your vision of it.
We have so many things to teach from our religions and to discuss. When you choose an academic textbook, we say JAVA program game, introduce to the economy or bookkeeping, you can tell how this textbook has altered your opinion on this particular topic and established a sound basis on this topic and continues to influence you to a later course of studies on this topic.
Q. When do you often go to the library? Unfortunately, I don't often go to the bookstore. As a younger person, my mother used to tell me tales from different textbooks, so that's why I know the tales. Stephenie Meyer's'Twilight' is the only film I' ve ever seen when I was 15 years old and the motivating factor was the film of the same name that was published in 2008.
I was reading almost all my textbooks from a different angle when I was at college, but I was compelled to do so. I would conclude that I don't study in my spare me free Time but only when I need to. Tip: You can either say that you don't, or you are reading a book.
You can say, for example, that you don't have enough free of charge, many interesting textbooks are costly, you can't even start reading on-line because it' tiresome and you can think of something else. When you are in the second group, just think of the type of book you have been reading and try to describe it in a few words.
They can also embed your textbooks. Q. How can a man's lives be influenced by literature? They are good resources of information and they actually illuminate us. It is a really good and useful way to read a textbook if you are tired or overworked. It' better to read a textbook than surf the web.
In addition, there is the opportunity for someone to make a difference in his or her mind about certain things such as religion, sexuality, cultural life, etc., and to become more open-minded by the readings of literature. Someone who is not romantically, for example, can make a difference after having read a novel with a romance or someone who is narrow-minded and biased can make a difference.
Q. Do you name some of the famed authors in your own nation? JK Rowling, the creator of the Harry Potter imagination is one of the most well-known English authors. They have attracted global interest, received numerous prizes and more than 400 million sales to date. Tip: You can speak about one or a few authors from your own nation who are also world-renowned.
You can be modern authors or come from past ages. Q. Have you ever thought about making a script? I don't have good typing abilities, so if I'd chosen to do something like that, it would have been a temperate job. Actually, I wouldn't want to, because I'm a Perfektionist.
Also, my fantasy is not so alive as to make a history myself, so I would conclude that I am not the right individual for this work. Besides, my favorite novels are bios, so this is the only action I could have made. But I would rather share my own histories and experience with my relatives and my boyfriends orally than in writing.
Tip: You can also give a semi-negative response by saying that you have not authored a script, but would like to give an example and your vision of the game. They may also say that they have thought about creating a textbook and referring to its contents. After all, you can say that you did it when you did, what the history was and how you were influenced by it.
Q. What is the difference between being able to literate films and film? When you are studying a story, you can introduce yourself to the people and the scene you are going to study. Everybody gets an idea about the outward appearence of the protagonists, their inner features and so on and when I am looking at a story, I have a certain performer or a certain female performer in my head.
So I would say that I would say that writing something gives you the opportunity to write a story on the basis of your character. There' s the missing component in literature, and it can be either good or poor, because in some cases it is much better to watch a film than to read a novel, but the opposite can also be the case.
I' ve seen films that have been reading the novels before and some of them were not as good as I had been expecting. Write about a favorite textbook of your youth. Speak about a movie made about a work.