In this new article we will come to know about a latest IELTS Speaking Cue Card topic that is talk about a traditional product of your country. We hope you will get good ideas from this article. We suggest you to practice well and get good band scores in your IELTS exam.
IELTS Speaking Cue Card
Topic : Talk about a traditional product of your country.
You should say:
- what the product is
- how is it made
- when did you try it for the first time
- and explain why did you like
- India is rich in tradition and culture. It is also very diverse.
- Traditional products are different in different parts of India. Here I would like to talk about a traditional product which is of Punjab.
- Jutti is an Urdu word for shoe with a close upper attached to a sole. These are traditionally made of pure leather. Then it is beaded, threaded and embroidered in different eye-catching colours.
- It is made by skilled craftsman. Some designs are really very intrinsic and delicate. Some are just plain or coloured leather.
- I have many pairs of Punjabi Juttis. I wear them very often. I remember, the first time I wore Jutti was on my cousin’s wedding, two years ago.
- After that I like it so much that I started wearing it in routine. It is very comfortable.
- It is the most versatile footwear. It is popular among both genders. It can be worn every day, on weddings, parties and on festivals.
- It was introduced by the Mughals and was very popular among royalty. First the raw hide is processed. Then it is dyed. Then the cobblers make the Juttis.
- Final stitching and embroidery is done in the end. I like it because ; it looks beautiful and is also very comfortable to wear.
- Describe another traditional product from your country?
India is a diverse country. There are many traditional products in India. We have earthen pots, ceramic pottery of Jaipur, puppets of Rajasthan, Phulkari embroidery of Punjab and many more.
- What are the benefits of traditional products to locals ?
Traditional products keep the locals in touch with their culture and tradition. They also become a source of earning, when tourist show interest in these products and buy them.
- Do you think the government should help in the promotion of traditional products ?
- Is it necessary to protest tradition’s ?
Yes, of course. Traditions are our roots. They bind us to our past. Without tradition’s we would feel cut off from our past. And one should always clawed to one’s roots.