ieltsfever cue card example January to April 2017 A wild animal

ieltsfever cue card example January to April 2017 A wild animal

Describe a time when you were really close to a wild animal

  • What it looks like

  • Where can you see it

  • What it likes to eat or do

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 India is a diverse country

 There are many types of animals found in India

 There are pet animals, domestic animals and wild animals

 Here I am going to talk about an animal, which I saw for the first time in Mini zoo at

Chandigarh.

 I saw it from a distance of eight to ten feet.

 It is the elephant

 I like it because even though it is a wild animal, it doesn’t seem so intimidating as the

lion or tiger.

 The elephants are the biggest land animals.

 They are herbivorous and can be identified because of their trunk.

 The trunk is the projection of their nose and the upper lips.

 There are two types of elephants, the Indian and the African.

 African elephants are bigger than their Indian counterparts.

 They have comparatively larger ears.

 Among the African elephants both the males and females have tusks whereas, only

the males among the Indian elephants have tusks and so they are called tuskers.

 The back of the Indian elephants are convex whereas that of the African elephants

are concave.

 Indian elephants can be tamed and they are more beautiful.

 Elephants are gregarious animals and live in herds headed by tuskers.

 They have a well structured family life.

 The young ones, called the calf, are looked after by the cow elephants.

 Their cry is called trumpet.

 In India, elephants are captured, tamed and used for various purposes.

 Elephants are among the few animals whose existence is not endangered till now.

A wild animal

ieltsfever cue card example January to April 2017 A wild animal

ieltsfever cue card example January to April 2017 A wild animal

ieltsfever cue card example January to April 2017 A wild animal

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