Speaking Part 2
Describe a creative person whose work you admire
You should say:
• Who is he/she?
• How do you know him/her?
• What creative things has he/she done?
• And explain why you think he or she is creative?
I have a flair and an eye for creativity and I always get enchanted by a piece of creative work. One such person who has never failed to lure me by his tangent of creativity is Hemant. He is a great pal of mine and we met in the sophomore year of my college. He ensures to add a tinge of art in almost everything, be it his room decor, craftwork, designing of his vehicles, and so on and so forth. He never fails to attract attention for his novel piece of innovation. One such incident where he completely swept the ground with his talent was in the calligraphy competition that occurred during the Annual Fest of our college, in which he participated in the eleventh hour. Understandably, we didn’t have very high hopes for him, and all of us were discussing that he wouldn’t be able to make it this time as he wasn’t prepared. We were about to leave when the bell rang as the time was up and all the participants were called to the centre of the stage to show their art piece. The next moment I vividly remember was when the whole of the auditorium was filled with applause and whistles, and this legendary boy was able to continue his streak of winning the contest again. He is absolutely a master of creativity who doesn’t really need time to prepare himself. He seems to have this running in his blood. I am his absolute admirer.
Eg: I have a flair for writing and so I took this job.
Eg: I was enchanted by the movie.
Eg: This town and its weather always lure me.
Eg: This tinge of green color in this pastry makes it even more appealing.
Eg: I vividly remember the first day of my school till today.
Speaking Part 3
- Do you think you are a creative person?
Well, I guess I am. I always like having my creativity come to the forefront whenever there is an opportunity, like while writing something or singing a combination of songs together, and so on. Though I won’t rate myself too high on creativity, yes, I have a penchant for it. I like writing and music and never miss a chance to experiment with it.
- Is it good for children to learn arts?
Yes absolutely. I believe it is immensely useful for the children to learn arts as it gives them the feathers to fly and explore their creative selves. I think humans are innately creative and making children learn art would provide them ample opportunities to dig deeper into their creative selves. At times, people never realize that they were excellent at a particular task as they never got exposed to it. Hence, I believe teaching art for kids should rather be a priority, thereby making them cognizant of a colourful world of creativity.
- What kind of jobs require people to be creative?
I believe almost all the jobs command creativity and novelty as otherwise even the best of the jobs with the widest scope of creativity could be rendered drab and lustreless. However, some of the jobs that obligatorily need people to be creative are painters, designers, writers, public speakers, Event planners, and Marketers. That being said, I still feel there is no job that could work efficiently without creativity and creative approaches.
- Do you think leaders need to have the creative ability?
Most certainly! Leaders have to be mandatorily creative and innovative in all aspects without fail. People look up to someone who has got new and unprecedented things to offer. Nobody would follow or willingly listen to an individual who serves similar hackneyed and mundane stuff to the people who follow him/her. People like freshness and newness. A common and usual person is too normal to be a leader.
Eg: This town is immensely populated.
Eg: He rendered me his pair of new shoes for the party.
Eg: This job is too drab to be applied for.
Eg: He said his daily life has become a lustreless routine.
Eg: This project is to be submitted mandatorily. Please make sure you complete it ahead of time.