7 December: IELTS Speaking Topics – Describe a gift you would like to buy for your friend.

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Describe a gift you would like to buy for your friend.

Q- Describe a gift you would like to buy for your friend. 

  • What gift you would like to buy?
  • Who you would like to give it to?
  • Why you would like to buy a gift for him/her?
  • And explain why you choose that gift?

A- In my culture, gifts are regarded as a mark of affection, and giving and receiving gifts is very common among people. I believe that is how people communicate their emotions to others. 

Here, I’d like to discuss a gift that I had intended to present to one friend, Rahul, on his birthday. First of all, choosing a gift for Rahul was a herculean task, and I struggled to decide which item would best suit his lifestyle. Surprisingly, I spent a lot of time looking over several products before deciding to choose a smartwatch from the Apple brand. Furthermore, there are a tonne of reasons for this, including the fact that Rahul is an excellent sports enthusiast and frequently spends his time engaging in sports and that this watch has a tonne of features that make his lifestyle inappropriately convenient. Aside from that, he has won numerous tournaments and is currently training for the national game. When he discussed his performance with me, I discovered that he had a bad sense of time management. Also, this watch aids in effective time management for both his schoolwork and his athletic endeavors. Another factor is that the watch and phone synchronize effortlessly, enabling him to receive an important notification at the right moment. I would like to give my friend this watch as a gift on his special day because it helps him pursue his job in a very positive way.

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