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Describe A Person Who Likes To Buy Goods With Low Prices IELTSCUECARDS-VINODSHARMAIELTS

Describe a person who likes to buy goods with low prices. Introduction. Everybody loves shopping and there are many places where one can buy affordable goods. Street markets are popular destinations for buying things at a very reasonable price and the majority of people like to visit streets to buy household things. Those who are specific about the product or brand they go to brand outlets or malls. - Who this person is. Here I am going to talk about my friend Rakesh who is super conscious about saving money. He doesn't like to spend a penny extra so he does a remoteview before buying anything and finds the best deal. Rakesh is a school friend so I know him from my childhood and from his early days I also accompanied him in street markets to buy things. - What this person likes to buy Rakesh likes to buy almost everything from the streets like electronic gadgets, clothes, footwear, stationary,books, playing equipment and many more he has almost everything that is needed

Describe A Rule That Is Important In Your School Or At Work IELTSCUECARDS-VINODSHARMAIELTS

Describe a rule that is important in your school or at work.


Rules are made for the safety and security of everyone. To maintain peace and equally schools and organizations make rules. Some people believe in breaking rules and making new rules which is like an adventure one should always be careful when doing such activities. Following the ground rules is always beneficial for all.


- What the rule is about.

Here I am going to talk about a rule in my school. It is all about wearing a uniform and those who do not follow this rule have to face strict action from the school authorities. 

- What happens when people break the rule?

Some students in my school tried to break these rules and they were punished and the school tried to set an example for those who were willing to break any rule made by the school. If somebody did this deliberately and repeatedly such actions were rusticated from school.

- Why do you think it is an important rule?

This rule was made keeping many things in mind. School wants all students to look equally and students come from diverse family backgrounds. When they wear the same uniform they together look good and make the school United. Uniform is the identity of a school and helps the authorities to identify their students.

- And explain how you feel about the rule.

This rule is excellent and it makes the school students feel proud and maintains the integrity of each and every student.

Model Answer 2 (Work)

Describe a rule that is important in your school or at work.


Rules are like instructions that everyone at work and school must follow. They help make sure things run smoothly and safely. Without rules, there might be chaos and confusion, so they're important to help everyone know what's expected of them and how to behave properly.

- What the rule is about.

Here I am going to talk about a rule in our workplace. It's a ground rule in our company that we celebrate all the festivals in the most traditional way according to our culture and tradition. We follow all the rituals in a religious way and stay away from other influences. Festivals like Diwali,Holi, Ganesh chaturthi,Krishna Janmashtami, New Year, Eid, and Christmas are celebrated in full swing.

- What happens when people break the rule.

We all wear clothes according to these festivals and take care of the environment according to government norms and we do not pollute water bodies by any contaminants. We encourage all our colleagues to follow their own religion and respect others religion, culture and tradition. If anyone tries knowing or unknowingly then proper action is taken and the person is made aware about the company's policy. No strict action is taken but our boss makes people feel safe, secure,and provides a harmonious environment to work.

- Why do you think it is an important rule?

We all live in a diverse country where there is so much difference in festivals, rituals, celebration and beliefs when people from all diverse backgrounds come together there is a change of clash in belief and it can affect the environment of the workplace. And this can affect the image of the company. By applying this rule of equality and respect to all in the same manner people really come together to celebrate each other's rituals and festivals. The bonding and respect for each others makes them good colleges and the company stands together in good and bad times.

- And explain how you feel about the rule.

I absolutely believe in this rule to follow our culture and respect other cultures. This brings peace and harmony. We all see beauty in each other's festivals and before being judgemental we try to understand their customs and traditions. This makes us stand together. We are proud of our festival and diverse culture and such rules make the country and the company's good places to work.

Part 3 Follow Up Questions

1. Should schools have rules?

Yes absolutely school should have rules in order to maintain the code of conduct of school, rules are made for safety and security of everyone and authorities want to maintain the equality and integrity of school so they make rules.

2. Should schools decide how long the working hours should be?

Definitely yes schools should decide the working hours as they are in charge of management and they know better the work-life balance of teachers and other administrative staff so they should decide working hours.

3. What kinds of rules do Indian families have?

Indian families have quite traditional rules which involve rituals and tradition apart from them performing religious activities according to tradition is a rule than eating dinner together is a ground rule in Indian families.

4. Do you think strict rules are needed in schools?

Absolutely yes strict rules are made to control disruptive students who come from an unstable family background they spoil the entire environment of school to control this wild behavior school should make strict rules. Strict rules helps all students to stay in discipline and progress together.

5. Should students be involved in rulemaking?

Yes it's a very good idea if the rules are made for children then they should take an active participation in making rules. They can say what problems they face in the school management system so their voice can teach the top management and they can modify the unwanted rules to make the school function smoothly. After all, rules are not made to harness students but to comfort them in the best possible way.

6. What rules should children follow at home in your country?

Children should follow all the ground rules set by the parents. They should wake-up early in the morning, maintain their body hygiene,eat a balanced diet, do physical exercise and help with the house order.

7. On what occasions can children be forgiven if they don't follow some rules? 

On some festivals and special occasions children are in a mood to celebrate and during this they break some basic rules of cleanliness. Parents can avoid such acts and let them celebrate the festival but on regular days no rule should be broken.

8. What rules should people follow when using public transport?

People should follow all the public transport rules. The first is to wait in a queue then not litter in the vehicle and not talk and shout while traveling. These are some rules people should follow in public transport.

9.What kinds of rules do people need to follow in public places?

People need to follow some rules like they should not talk louder in public, smoking is also not good and littering is the burning issue. People do not maintain the hygiene of the place and they litter and contaminate the place. These things should be avoided in public.

10. What are the reasons that cause people to break rules?

The reason behind breaking rules is impatience and the behavior of people and hurry for everything. They want everything at lighting speed which is not possible so they break rules and apply shortcuts.

11. When people break rules,how would they be punished in your country?

People break rules most of the time in traffic and public offices they apply malpractice to avoid waiting. They bribe and spread corruption this kind of people are punished strictly by the law and good example are set to make others follow rules.


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