Mock Test 14 | Speaking Part 3

Discussion topics:

Topic: Hand-writing letter

 

  1. Besides letters, what are other ways to communicate with someone?
  2. Do you think people will continue to use (hand-written) letters in the future?
  3. When do you think a phone call is suitable and when is a letter more suitable?
  4. How have mobile phones and the Internet improved the way people communicate today?
  5. Do people nowadays write letters as they used many years ago?
  6. How do people feel when they receive a handwriting letter as opposed to email or typewritten letters?
  7. What can we learn from looking at handwritten letters from 100 years ago?
  8. Can people develop friendships by writing to each other?

IELTS SPEAKING PART 3

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    Topic: Hand-writing letter

     

    Besides letters, what are other ways to communicate with someone?

    In my opinion, there are ways of interaction mutually, for instance, giving someone a ring, drop someone a line, or chatting via some sort of social networks. [Crack IELTS with Rob] Today, people are fond of the latter way which help them to stay in touch with their friends and beloved people.

     

    Do you think people will continue to use (hand-written) letters in the future?

    From my own perspective, letters are a sort of effective way to express the love through ardent, meaningful words with deep gratitude. Due to the Internet booming, the utilization of emails is becoming more and more mainstream/ fashionable, writing letters is no longer antiquate. But for some reasons, it won’t be completely disappeared from this hustle and bustle world.

     

    When do you think a phone call is suitable and when is a letter more suitable?

    From my own view, phone calls are more suitable in daily life in emergency situations. [Crack IELTS with Rob] While, on the contrary, a letter is better for special occasions. Both are designed to keep in distance closer.

     

    How have mobile phones and the Internet improved the way people communicate today?

    Thanks to technological proliferation, cell phones, and other communication applications are invented to make a better way of interaction. It is obviously way more effective than handwritten letters and apparently, it has replaced letters with a speed of light.

     

    Do people nowadays write letters as they used many years ago?

    Apparently no, I mean that the way communication has developed is beyond our imagination. Letters are no longer appropriate and antiquated. [Crack IELTS with Rob] However, traditional people will still keep using handwriting letters to recall their beautiful memories.

     

    How do people feel when they receive a handwriting letter as opposed to email or typewritten letters?

    I’m not sure about others but in my case, it’s ten times better to receive a well-written letter than emails or type written ones. I can see the dedication of the sender and sometimes they pour their own scent onto the letter.

    I suppose it would be the feeling of speechless. Let’s imagine a world full of technologies with technophiles all around and somehow, somewhere, and someone sits patiently writes a letter with dedication and passion to send for the one they love. [Crack IELTS with Rob] It would be magical.

     

    What can we learn from looking at handwritten letters from 100 years ago?

    I’m so confused, I’ve never thought about it. It is such an interesting question. I suppose that we are going to see a world with perfect and pain-staking writing. I believe the way they wrote to each other would also be different. Not to mention they sealed the letter with sealing was which was typically made from beeswax was also interesting too.

     

    Can people develop friendships by writing to each other?

    It would be awesome to have someone who is an old-fashioned type of person interesting in writing because it’s hard to find someone who will go the distance without any benefits or in other words, fair-weather friends, a friend in need is a friend indeed. [Crack IELTS with Rob]

    (because the collection of letters will be our diary that reflects our best memories together)

     

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    Mock Test 14 | Speaking Part 2
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