Speaking Part 2 (Cue Card)
Talk about a new public building or place which you like to visit.
You should say:
- Which building is it?
- Where is it?
- When you would like to visit?
and explain why would you like to visit
A Modal answer with band 7+
Well, In my country New Zealand there is always new building constructions works goes on. So for me, it is very important to visit at least once to newly build public buildings. The state government inaugurated the modern museum just a few months before. This is built beside the seashore in Auckland and in the span of 1-acre land. Instead of skyscrapers kinda building, it resembles a bungalow. This museum is known as "Museum of New Zealand".
There are almost 45 different sections within the whole campus. You can find there almost everything, such as fast-food chain shops, shopping mall, a playground. In short, it has something for everyone. Usually, in the museum, we cannot find these many varieties of sections. It is estimated that if one wants to explore all sections, it will take 7 days from you.
Concerning my trip there, most probably I would go there next month as my kids will have a school holiday. I've already planned for it and bought tickets in advance during promotion time. The main reason I would be going there is I prefer exploring the new things that people made for the public.
Overall, I am really looking forward to seeing the museum and excited to find what else available out there.
An explanation based on SPEAKING: Band Descriptors (public version)
Fluency and coherence
Speaks at length without noticeable effort or loss of coherence.
Demonstrated language-related hesitation at times, or some repetition and/or self-correction.
Uses a range of connectives and discourse markers with some flexibility.
Uses a wide vocabulary resource readily and flexible to convey precise meaning.
Uses less common and idiomatic vocabulary skilfully.
Paraphrase effectively as required.
Grammatical range and accuracy
Given the modal answer has a wide range of complex structures with flexibility.
Produces a majority of error-free sentences.
It is easy to understand throughout; L1 accent has minimal effect on intelligibility.
Sustains flexible use of features, with only occasional lapses.
Uses a range of pronunciation features with mixed control.