Describe A Uniform You Wear (At Your School Or Company) – IELTS Speaking Cue Card
Describe a uniform you wear (at your school or company).
You should say:
When you wear it?
Who bought it for you?
What does it look like?
How do you feel about it?
Going down memory lane, the only time I had worn a uniform for the most extended period was when I was a student. Back then, going to the school, each day, with the same uniform, didn’t make it look voguish or in-trend.
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While I wanted to get rid of it, I never assumed that I would miss it one day. I got admitted to one of the exceptionally well-off schools that had a higher stature in my hometown. One thing worth mentioning is that I never changed school.
So, from the prep section to the 12th standard, I was stuck to one. I vividly remember the one-piece dress, sky blue in colour, when I’d joined the school as a nursery student. This knee-length dress had white stripes and the school’s patch on the left-side pocket.
My mother had purchased that dress for me. When I reached the 1st standard, it changed to a blue shirt with white stripes and a blue knee-length skirt. During summers, the colour changed to white for the shirt and grey for the skirt.
Afterwards, from 9th to 12th, I wore a dupatta suit, wherein the blue-coloured shirt was knee-length along with white salwar and dupatta. Now that I reminisce about my time spent in school, I long to have a few moments to be relived. But alas, we have come a long way. And there seems to be no going back.
Eg: Her sense of style is extremely voguish.
Assumed: to consider something to be true without any proof
Eg:You would have assumed that I am not coming but I proved you wrong.
Eg: After a trekking trip, her body is aching terribly.
Eg: My mother is an exceptionally good cook.
Stature: status gained by development, achievement or growth
Eg:Her stature has made her a respectable personality in the office.
Reminisce: to think of something from the past
Eg: A reunion helped us reminisce about all the moments we spent together in college.
Relieved: to live again
Eg:I would have relived special memories thousands of times.