Describe a new law you would like to introduce in your country Cue Card

Describe a new law you would like to introduce in your country Cue card | May to August 2024 | IELTS Speaking

Describe a new law you would like to introduce in your country
– Advertisement –

Describe a new law you would like to introduce in your country.
• What law it is
• What changes this law brings
• Whether this new law will be popular
• How you come up with the new law
• Explain how you feel about this new law


1. Imperative- important
2. Multifarious- many
3. Enact – implement
4. Stringent rules- strict rules
5. Opt – choose
6. Deleterious – harmful
7. Sterner laws – stricter law
8. Abundant – many
9. Mitigate – reduce
10. Detrimental – harmful
11. Hefty – large amount

Well, having some rules is imperative for the smooth running of society. Even though in India multifarious rules are followed by people but still some regulations are need to be introduced. Here, today I am going to talk about the particular rule that authorities should enact. That is none other than making stringent rules against trashing things that are commonly seen in different parts of the world.
It is a serious matter in today’s world that the majority of multitudes opt to use and throw away culture meaning to say they trash things here are there after using it. Dumping things not only causes wastage of material but is also deleterious for the environment as it leads to soil and water pollution. However, when the government implements sterner laws then it brings abundant benefits either for society or the environment.
If I talk about society, avoiding trashing things here and there can mitigate the wastage of things in different areas of society which can make the society attractive and clean. While, in the case of the environment, it is more likely to prevent pollution as when things are thrown by individuals they can mix in water and soil which creates pollution in the environment.
Instead, this can prove detrimental for both humans and animals. Moreover, I came up with this law after observing the heaps of garbage on the side of roads which looks too ugly and decreases the beauty of any specific area. I feel that the government should impose punishment and get a fine for this kind of action. In the fear of a hefty amount of fine, people will avoid wasting commodities as well as they may appropriately use their things.
At last, I really feel that this rule can be fruitful for making our society and environment more clean. All in all, this rule that I want to introduce in my nation.

1. What rules should students follow at school?
Students should follow several important rules at school to ensure a positive and productive learning environment. They must show respect to teachers, staff, and fellow students, fostering a community of mutual respect and support. Additionally, students should also contribute to a clean and safe environment by taking care of school property and following safety guidelines.

– Advertisement –

2. Do people in your usually obey the law?
Yes, most people in my community usually obey the law. For instance, they follow traffic rules by stopping at red lights and wearing seat belts. Additionally, they respect public property and avoid littering.

3. What kinds of behaviour are considered as good behaviour?
Good behaviour includes showing respect and kindness to others, such as saying please and thanks you. It also involves being honest and trustworthy, keeping promises, and telling the truth. Additionally, helping others and contributing positively to the community are important aspects of good behaviour.

4. Do you think children can learn about the law outside of school?
Yes, children can definitely learn about the law outside of school. Parents and guardians play a crucial role by discussing laws and their importance in everyday life. Community programs, such as those offered by local libraries or youth organizations, provide practical knowledge about legal responsibilities. Additionally, educational TV shows, books, and interactive online resources can make learning about the law engaging and accessible.

5. What are the benefits for people to obey rules?
Obeying rules brings numerous benefits, including maintaining order and ensuring safety. For example, traffic regulations prevent accidents and ensure the smooth flow of vehicles, reducing the risk of injuries and fatalities. Additionally, following public health guidelines, such as vaccination and hygiene practices, helps prevent the spread of diseases, protecting community health and well-being.

6. How can parents teach children to obey rules?
Parents can teach children to obey rules by setting clear expectations, and consequences, and explaining the reasons behind the rules. They can engage children in discussions about rules, encouraging them to ask questions and understand the importance of following rules in different situations. For example, if a child follows the rule of cleaning up toys after playing, parents can praise them and offer a small reward as encouragement.

Describe a new law you would like to introduce in your country (YouTube Video)