Describe an aquatic animal IELTS 7 Band Speaking Cue Card With Sample Answer

Title

 Describe an aquatic animal

– What it looks like

– When you saw it

– Where you saw it

– Explain why it is interesting

SAMPLE ANSWER

  •   In India, we can see a lot of different animals like domestic animals, wild animals, pet animals and so on.
  • ·        We can see them at various places like zoos, national parks and forests.
  • ·        Here I would like to talk about an aquatic animal which I like the most and that’s the shark.
  • ·        I saw a shark in Ganga river.
  • ·        Actually 2 years ago, I went to ganga river with my family for river rafting and we saw a flying shark.
  • ·        I was struck dumb because the shark was so gigantic.
  • ·        There were ample other animals like turtles, dolphins, tortoises, and many more but I liked shark the most.
  • ·        ‘Sharks’ are the biggest and the most frightening looking of all fish in the sea.
  • ·        The shark has a streamlined body, which enables it to swim easily through the water.
  • ·        It has two powerful tail fins. These fins are spread out like wings.
  • ·        A large shark can weigh over seven tonnes, and its  extremely powerful jaws are large enough for a man to crawl through.
  • ·        The Whale Shark is usually 18 meters long and the Basking Shark is 14 meters long.
  • ·        Sharks hunt and eat a variety of things in the sea like turtles and big and small fishes.
  • ·        But the most interesting fact about sharks is they come in all colours, shapes and sizes.
  • ·        Sharks have sharp senses. They can smell a drop of blood in the water from half a kilometre away.
  • Sharks can smell, taste, see, hear and touch, but most often they use smell to search for their food. 
  • When I came back to my home, I was thinking about the shark and got to know about these interesting facts and that’s why I like sharks more than any other aquatic animal.

VOCAB THAT WE USED IN THIS ESSAY

  1. Aquatic – growing or living in, on or near water
  2. Struck dumb – so shocked or surprised that one can not speak
  3. Gigantic – huge or enormous
  4. Ample – enough or more than enough; plentiful
  5. Streamlined body – it is a shape that decreases the friction drag between a fluid, such as air and water, and an object that passes through that fluid
  6. Crawl – move forward on the hands and knees or by dragging the body close to the ground

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