23 November: IELTS Speaking Topics – Describe a thing you did to learn another language

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IELTS Speaking Topics - Describe a thing you did to learn another language

Q- Describe a thing you did to learn another language.

You should say:

  • What language you learned?
  • What you did?
  • How it helped you learn the language?
  • And how you felt about it?

A- I’m gonna talk about something that I did to imbibe a new language. Although I already speak several languages, I still have a desire to learn more. Recently, on the advice of a friend, I enrolled in a language training school to learn French. 

The problem is that my friend Rishabh, who resides in Canada, has recommended that I move there for my higher education. However, as French is the second most spoken language in Canada, I must first acquire the fundamentals of the language before I go. Therefore, a few months ago, I enrolled in a French language programme in my town because there was no other method for me to learn the language. My French trainer, Mr. Sehgal, deserves all the praise for my amazing experience here.

With his distinctive manner and excellent mastery of the language, he helped pupils enjoy learning French. There were about 25 kids in my class, which provided me with the chance to practice my French. Mr. Sehgal frequently uses multimedia aids in his lectures, displaying videos that will assist us master the French accent and comprehend French culture. In reality, this institute had a modest reading room where we could spend hours reading novels in French.

I thought it would take me a significantly long time to learn French before I joined this center, but I just learned the essentials in two months, and I’m grateful for my trainer’s instruction and the approach I used to do so.

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