Being in a hurry & Museums IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answer

Being in a hurry & Museums IELTS Speaking part 1 Questions With Answers. These are the IELTS Speaking part 1 Topics and Questions on general topics about your life. Your answers will be from your life and experience.

Being in a hurry & Museums IELTS Speaking Part 1 Questions With Answer

Question 1:- When was the last time you did something in a hurry?

Answer – As far as I am concerned, this morning itself I was in a hurry, Today I had an appointment in a hospital for my second dose of covid vaccination. So in order to get there on time, I hastened to the hospital.

Question 2:- Do you like to finish things quickly?

Answer – If you ask me, I am not really fond of finishing things quickly. I need some time prior to anything that I am going to do. I have a firm belief that if you are doing everything so fast, you will be lost something on its way; otherwise, you might forget so. Something important So for not losing anything, I took enough time to complete things.

Question 3:- What kind of things would you never do in a hurry?

Answer – I am afraid to say that I do variant things without being in a hurry. For instance, if I am cooking something, I am really conscious about the curry powders and salt because I know that I am an easily distractable person, So I can do only one thing at a time. Other than that, if I am taking care of my daughter, I can only do that at a time …I am slow on my wheels.

Question 4:- Why do people make mistakes more easily when they are in a hurry?

Answer – Well, When people are busy, they forget to do certain things, and these forgotten things can sometimes be important to them. For instance, if one student is in a hurry to attend an exam on time, just imagine if he forgot to take the hall ticket. In a hurry, people are often preoccupied with their target, and no matter what happens around them, it doesn’t apply to them because they keep running towards their target.

Question 5:- Are there many (or any) museums in your hometown?

Answer – Yes, of course, in my hometown Kozhikode has plenty of museums are available to look back at history. Everything is located within a 20 to 30 km distance. Out of that pazhashi raja, museums is big in size which has an array of exhibits.

Question 6:- Do you think museums are useful for visitors to your hometown/country?

Answer – If you ask me, yes the museum serves plenty of functions to the visitors, firstly it provides wide in-depth knowledge and information regarding the lifestyle of our ancestors, how they lived and worked. Secondly, museums preserve a myriad of things which belong to our generations, for instance, old coins, Powder guns, war types of equipment, etc. We can nurture and develop our knowledge by seeing and hearing.

Question 7:- Do you often visit a museum?

Answer – No, madam, I visit museums rather rarely…I last visited the museum in 2019 as a part of my community studies.

Question 8:- Did you go to any museums when you were a child?

Answer – Of course, I went to plenty of museums as part of my studies and family excursion. My father used to take us all the year to a science museum to teach us what is science and scientific principles that museums yearly refurbish, so every time, there is always something new that will be there to learn.

Question 9:- When was the last time you visited a museum?

Answer – Well, the last time I visited the museum in 2019 as part of my community studies, which was located in Thiruvananthapuram district, Kerala. It is itself considered the biggest museum in Kerala.

Question 10:- Do you think it’s suitable for museums to sell things to visitors?

Answer – I am afraid to say that it’s not a fair idea selling things to the visitors then what is the point of exhibiting them…if museums start to selling things, the whole function of the museum would be lost in vain. So it is not a wishful notion.

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