Describe a Time When You Had to Wait in a Long Queue/line
You should say:
- when it was
- how long was the queue/line was
- what it was about
- and explain how you felt about waiting in this long queue or line.
Sample Answer of Describe a Time When You Had to Wait in a Long Queue/line
Although waiting is something that all of us dislike, it gives both satisfaction and disappointment depending on the outcome. I want to take this opportunity to talk about a relaxed feeling that I experienced after I waited for so long. This happened a week ago, and I had to stand in the Q for almost 3 hours. Let me explain the stressful moment. Since I recently gave my driving license exam, I was expecting my G1 license card to my mailing address. However, I became sceptical about my card’s status when my roommate received it, but I didn’t even though both of us gave the test on the same day and living in the same room.
After I realised that it was returned to the ministry as I inadvertently missed mentioning the unit number of my address, I got to go to Service Ontario to update my address. It was a nerve-wracking situation for me as soon as I reached the office when I first looked at the number of people standing in the Line. I was approximately 66th person, I believe. It was quite sunny, people of all ages were holding their umbrellas. However, I had to wait for a total of 3 hours in such hot weather. Although I felt so exhausted just before my turn came to enter the office, It seriously relieved all my stress after my work was done within a fraction of a minute. Surprisingly, after waiting for such long outside the office, I could finish my work within a mi, gi, giving the sense of satisfaction.
Follow-ups Describe a Time When You Had to Wait in a Long Queue/line.
Questions 1.What do people like to do while waiting in line?
Answer – Ah well.. most people will be busy observing the other fellow-mates in the queue such as the kind of jewellery or dresses or shoes others wore. Another option I can think of is.. few people use their smartphones to take pictures or chat with somebody or even read something.
Questions 2.Do Indian people often wait in the queue?
Answer – Oh yeah, waiting is quite common in India, I would say, probably because few people don’t maintain punctuality sMy sister has told me I had waited in the queue last month since the doctor reached the hospital 50 minutes late. If he were on time, she would have finished her consultation in 5 mins.
Questions 3.Do you think technology development has reduced the time people have to wait in queues?
Answer – Hmm. That’s an interesting question! I guess tremendous usage of the internet with technology does have positive effects on many things. Especially it’s a time-saviour. For instance, I can avoid visiting a restaurant personally and order my favourite delicious meals in Zomato or uber eats. So I don’t even need to worry about waiting in the queue.
Questions 4.What do you think who cut in line or Jump the queue?
Answer – Oh no… I hate such kinds of people; in fact, they are just manner less and selfish. They don’t care about others who also wait for so long for the same purpose. However, I feel older or physically disabled people can be exempted and be allowed to go first.
Questions 5.How can companies improve their customer service?
Answer – Well… there are various factors associated with customer service improvisation. Most important is planning and organizing. If the firms can plan things like discounts or sales during peak times such as festivals, they can captivate more people to buy, yet they also need to organize everything to produce greater quality. Ultimately, the service must meet or exceed their customer’s expectations.
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