How often do you meet with your family?
How do you spend the time with your family?
Do you want to live with your family in the future?
Are you close to all of your family members?
How has your family influenced you?
Describe a time you need to arrive early
You should say:
When it was
What time you arrived
Why you need to arrive early
And explain how you felt
What occasions should people arrive early?
When do you think people should arrive on time?
Why do people need to be on time?
Do you think it's women' s privilege to be late in your country?
Do you think doing nothing means a waste of time?
Do you think it's important to be punctual?
It is a detailed recall of my memory. As for a time that I arrived at a place early, I would like to say the experience that I took part in the IELTS speaking test at first time. It was in May of 2015. My speaking test venue was Beijing Language and Culture University at that time. I got up one and an half hour earlier than usual for the speaking test. When I got there, I had to wait for one hour before I could enter the test classroom. So I opened my book to review the speaking topics. Suddenly a girl who was also sitting in the waiting room dropped her personal water bottle. All water splashed and flowed out but it seemed that she didn’t take any facial tissues or napkins to clean it up. She looked embarrassed. Then I gave her mine. She was very grateful. After the test, she asked me to go with her. And now we have become friends.
I went to the test venue early because I didn’t have enough preparation for my speaking test. You know, at that moment, getting up earlier and arrive there earlier could be a kind of psychological compensation and comfort since you have no other choice or efforts to do for the test. Besides, I wasn’t familiar with the route to get there although I was sure it was not so complicated to find the university. I didn’t have a good score of my IELTS speaking test at that time, but unexpectedly, I got a friend. The story told me that “better late than never; better earlier than later”.