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Describe something that you have shared with others (Part 2/3)

IELTS Speaking – Part 2

Describe something that you have shared with others

You should say:

● What did you share

● When was it

● Who you shared it with

● and explain why you shared it and how you felt about it

Sample Answer

It is a saying that sharing is one way which helps in strengthening the bonds between two people. Also, it is true that sharing things brings a sense of self-satisfaction and happiness. But I am an introvert, and I’m not fond of sharing my things or feelings with anyone. It makes me uncomfortable. But I’d like to talk about a time when I shared a room with my colleague and how I felt about it. I recently got a job offer in Delhi, so I had to move there. Although it took a while to adjust to the new city, I got used to the place very quickly. I lived in a 1BHK apartment, and the rent was minimal. One of my colleagues, Joey, asked me If I could share my room with him. It was an awkward moment for me as I was not habituated to sharing my things. But then I heard his struggle of hunting for a rental house and not getting any. It made me think about my disappointing situation as I, too, had gone through the same. Consequently, I decided to give it a shot and asked him to shift to my house. As days went by, I felt extremely comfortable with him, and we became very close to each other. From sharing a room to sharing life secrets, Joey and I became best friends for life. I realized the significance of sharing as it helped me connect with a perfect friend.


  • Strengthen
    Meaning: make or become stronger
    Eg: Max drinks energy tonics to strengthen his muscles.
  • Minimal
    Meaning: of a minimum amount, quantity, or degree; negligible.
    Eg: The fee structure for the Bachelor’s courses was minimal.
  • Introvert
    Meaning: a shy or reticent person.
    Eg: It takes a lot of time for an introvert to adjust to people.
  • Fond
    Meaning: having affection or liking for.
    Eg: Rose is fond of cakes.
  • Hunt
    Meaning: search determinedly for someone or something
    Eg: Josh hunted the search engine and found a suitable solution for the problem.

IELTS Speaking – Part 3

  1. Do you like to share?
    As I already stated, I am an introvert who is very possessive. However, after sharing my room with Joey, I understood the importance of sharing and realized that it helps strengthen bonds among people. As a result, now I’ve started sharing my things and thoughts with him.
  2. What are the consequences if children don’t like to share?
    It is a well-known fact that if someone shares something with others, they will almost certainly receive something greater in return. As a result, children should develop these habits because they may come in handy and be highly beneficial in the future. Children who do not develop the practice of sharing, on the other hand, may experience difficulties as they grow up and work in a team because collaboration entails sharing and managing knowledge with everyone.
  3. How do you feel about sharing accommodations with others on campus?
    Well, I’ve realized that sharing accommodation with others on campus allows us to meet new people and make friendships. However, I believe that privacy is also essential. If the other person has the same mindset and vibes like me, I’m open to sharing anything and everything.
  4. How could parents and teachers teach young children to share?
    It is irrefutable that children try to follow in the footsteps of their elders. As a result, parents and teachers should jointly teach children how to share, help, and forgive each other. Further, they should also guide children to make amends and accept each other’s mistakes.

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