Describe a Time when You Had to Wait for Something: IELTS Speaking Test

Describe a time when you had to wait for something. Please say

  • What you were waiting for?
  • What happened?
  • What you did do while waiting
  • And explain how you felt while waiting.

Sample Answer of Describe a Time when You Had to Wait for Something: IELTS Speaking Test

The time I had to wait for something was my car, my electric car which I bought last year in the month of April in the same month the prime minister of India announced a nationwide curfew which kept me waiting for months for my car And while waiting I always thought when COVID-19 would get over, and I’ll drive my car I used to feel very anxious because you know I am a person with very less patience level I used to contact the company my car company‘s headquarters to ask when can I get my car in the current lockdown is it possible for you guys to deliver it to me at my home I don’t want to come to your showroom I just want the car I used to do a lot of calls I used to keep a check on the news channels when can we expect the lockdown to get over and when can I finally get my car delivered to me.

Follow-ups of Describe a Time when You Had to Wait for Something: IELTS Speaking Test

Question 1:- On what occasions do people have to wait every day?

Answer- After a public holiday, people have to wait in a long queue as the bank has a lot of people coming in for, you know to transfer money or to do any bank-related work.

Question 2:- Do you think people can’t wait to invent new technologies?

Answer- I think so because, in this modern era of technology, every company or every individual who is involved in technology has to invent new technologies to sustain the market to sustain in the company.

Question 3:- Why do people hate waiting?

Because they are wasting their time doing nothing productive waiting in a queue

Question 4:- Are kids better at waiting than adults?

Answer- Yeah, I agree with this as social media has become a part of almost every individual people are less patient than they used to be in the past as we lost a lot of patience while we scroll down the screen of our phones and also play some of the video games on the phone.

Question 5:- Can patience be thought to kids? How?

Answer- No, not at all kids are worse at waiting as compared to adults.

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