Talk About an Interesting Tradition in Your Country; You should say:
- · What is it?
- · Who takes part in it?
- · What activities are there?
- · And explain how you feel about it?
Sample Answer of Talk About an Interesting Tradition in Your Country
Well, India is the country where many traditions and rituals are being followed. These traditions also vary when we visit different parts of India so the tradition today I’m going to talk about his greeting people with the word namaste as we all know that in the Western countries people greet each other by saying hello or hi-so in India we say namaste when we meet people it is said when we meet friends or when we meet older people namaste means that I don’t only say you high or I’m not only happy to meet you, but I bow down to the inner divine, which is there in your heart, so Indian cultures and Indian traditions always have deep meanings inside them. That is what I have learned up till now. My parents are also orthodox, and they had taught me some real good values from the Indian culture. My father always forced me to say namaste instead of hi, so I like that approach of respecting our own culture.
before learning new things today; many schools in India don’t teach students, and many modern parents also do not introduce their infants to such rituals, which is absolutely unfortunate. I think the Government of India should pass a mandate to greet the people with namaste because it not only serves the purpose of saying hi and hello it is also oh respecting the counterpart or the people we are meeting so I like, or I love this ritual which is followed by Indians across the globe in fact when the president trump in 2020 visited the India the events name was kept as namaste trump so this tradition is followed by each and every Indian and it is so good that I belong to such a rich culture.
Follow-ups Talk About an Interesting Tradition in Your Country.
Question 1. Do you think teenagers should learn about traditions?
Answer – Indeed, as I mentioned in my cue card that every adolescent of the nation should be taught about their roots and their inherited cultures so that they get to know in-depth about their rich culture
Question 2. What is the importance of traditional festivals?
Answer – I think traditional festivals were not just a bunch of rituals. Still, they allowed us to meet our family members and distant relatives in today’s world when everyone is busy while climbing the corporate ladder. These traditional festivals give them the opportunity to get rid of their stress and their workload; I think traditional festivals were scientifically proved rather than just rituals.
Question 3. What’s the difference between festivals now and in the past?
Answer – I think the method of celebration for traditional festivals has changed drastically. I remember as a kid when we celebrated Diwali we used to visit our relatives and our friends, but in today’s technocrat world we don’t visit them we wish them on what’s an app or if the relative is really a near one then at Max we call them.
Question 4. Do you think western festivals like Christmas are replacing traditional festivals in your country?
Answer – No, I don’t think in that way. I think India is the country that has accepted all the religions and festivals from the different parts of the world, so people in India are celebrating Christmas is an excellent thing but having said that they should not decrease the value of their own festivals.
Question 5. Do you think it is wrong for children not to celebrate traditional festivals?
Answer – Absolutely, I claim in our roots, and our traditional festivals are our identity. Without identity, a kid or a toddler can conquer many corporate leaders in their life. Still, his identification always remains a question. By introducing different festivals and cultures, we are giving them the identity in this world.
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