In this lesson, you are going to read a Part 2 topic and a sample answer to give you an idea how to organise your talk on this specific subject.
Spend 1 minute to plan so that you stay on the subject while talking.
Describe one of your possessions which you couldn’t live without. (Heading)
You should say:
A possession I couldn't live without
What it is:
How I got it:
When/How often I use it:
Why it is special:
I’m going to talk about a possession I have which I find extremely useful and that’s my iPhone 6 Plus. To begin with, it has a widescreen multi-touch display that is very clear. What I like about this model is how beautifully designed it is.
I’ve always been a fan of Apple’s smartphones and I really wanted to have this one. I was lucky enough to receive it as a present from my mother because she wanted to reward me for my efforts after I graduated from high school, and was offered a place at a reputable university. I was in luck because at that time there was a very good discount at the shopping mall I often go to. That was the perfect opportunity for me to have it and my mother actually bought it for me.
I’ve been using my phone ever since. I use it from the moment I wake up and I take it anywhere with me. I find it extremely convenient for reading some novels and listening to music because of its multi-touch screen. I can easily switch from one app to another and this makes the phone perfect for multitasking.
And why it is so special? Well, I love using my phone to search online and this specific model is extremely fast and I can easily access online content within seconds.
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