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SEEMA BRAIN OPENERS KURUSKHETRA SURE SHOT QUESTIONS WITH CLEAR ANSWERS TO CRACK SPOKEN ROUND OF IELTS About You 1. What is your name? Well sir, my name is Ram Verma. (Full name) 2. What can I call you? You can call me Ram. KINDLY NOTE: Don’t say, you can call me Ramu or by my nick name. Home Town 3. Where are you from? I belong to Panchkula which is one of the Popular Districts in Haryana. It is adjacent to Chandigarh and presently it is famous as one of the tri-cities. Second possible answer: I am from Saharanpur, a small village in district Kapurthala, Punjab. If I tell more about it, the place doesn’t have many facilities. People have to visit nearby city to fulfill their every need. 4. Describe your home town? Well sir, Panchkula is a well-planned and developed city. It is divided into sectors and each sector is having a market, school, government dispensary and a temple. The city has population of more than two million. Most of the people are professional and business class as they are well-educated. They belong to different culture. Along with this, many visiting places attract people to the city. The city is maintained by HUDA i.e. Haryana Urban Development Authorities. OR 1 FOR ANY KIND OF HELP IN IELTS PREPARATION 09996605415
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SEEMA BRAIN OPENERS KURUSKHETRA My village is very small and doesn’t have many facilities. It has small middle school, a dispensary and ten or twelve local shops. Most of the people in my village are farmers and follow Punjabi culture. The local language Punjabi is used to communicate in my area. 5. What is your hometown famous for? My hometown is well-known for a cactus garden which has nearly 400 types of cactus, an ancient museum, cricket stadium and a sports complex. Along with this, beautiful shopping malls, a famous temple of goddess Mansa where people in large number visit at the time of Navratri festival and a famous gurudwara Nada Sahib which is worth visiting place in my city. Second possible answer: My hometown is a small village. Near to my village is a famous gurudwara where fairs are organized by the local authorities on every gurupurab. This is the only thing my home town is famous for. 6. What facilities are there in your city or village? My city is a modern city which has all the facilities required by a person to live a comfortable life. It has educational institutions like schools and colleges, medical facilities which comprises of dispensaries and hospitals. In addition to this, job opportunities and entertainment points are also available here. Second possible answer: My village doesn’t have many facilities. For every single thing or daily utilities, we have to visit the nearby city. The city provides all the facilities related to education, medical, entertainment and also job opportunities.
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