Describe something you did with someone/a group of people Cue Card

Describe something you did with someone/a group of people

Describe something you did with someone/a group of people
Describe something you did with someone/a group of people
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Describe something you did with someone/a group of people.
What it was
Who you did it with
How long it took you to do this
And explain why you did it together


Hectic schedule
Exhausted mind
Herculean task
A piece of cake
Arduous work
Hard nut to crack

There is no doubt, nowadays everyone has a hectic schedule so I love to do various activities because these activities provide relaxation to my exhausted mind such as artwork, participating in competitions, traveling, cooking, and so on.
Today, I would like to describe one such activity that I did as a school student. There was a school competition at my school and our teacher asked us to do thread painting during the weekend.
Since I had never made a thread painting before, I thought it would be a herculean task for me but with the help of my mother, making a painting was actually just a piece of cake.
Well, to be frank, my memory fails me and I cannot recall the exact date when I attended the craft activity but I am sure it must be at the high school. I made a thread painting with the help of a needle and wool and it was on a cloth. I bought everything ready-made from the market. On the piece of cloth, I traced all the village scenes. On the one side, there was a well, and ladies were getting water from it. On the other side, farmers were doing work in the field.
It seemed to be arduous work or in the beginning, it was a hard nut to crack as it took 4 to 5 days to finish it but finally, it turned out to be quite rewarding. I got first prize and our hard work paid off. My teacher was also very satisfied with my work and praised me.
Ultimately, I did it with my mother because it was impossible for me without my mother’s assistance.
Part 3 Follow Up Questions

1. How do you get along with your neighbours?
I have a fantastic relationship with my neighbours! Our bond goes back to childhood, and over the years, we have created countless memories together, celebrating various events and festivals as if they were family gatherings. They hold a special place in my heart.
2. How do neighbours help each other?
Neighbours provide support and assistance to one another in various ways. They offer guidance and advice, acting as a reliable source of information and support. During emergencies, neighbours often serve as the first responders, offering immediate aid and assistance. In times of crisis, they stand united, providing emotional support and practical help to those in need.
3. Do you think neighbours help each other more often in the countryside than in the city?
Certainly, In the countryside people know each other very well and they have very limited sources so sharing is more often in the countryside. On the other hand, in cities people are more occupied in personal and professional ways so they only share limited time together. In cities people have their own resources so they are less dependent on others.
4. How do children learn to cooperate with each other?
Children acquire the skill of cooperation through various social interactions, particularly in environments like school and their neighborhoods. Engaging in outdoor play and participating in group activities at school fosters collaboration and teamwork among children. Through these experiences, they learn the importance of working together towards common goals, tolerance, and care for their peers.
5. Do you think parents should teach children how to cooperate with others? How?
Absolutely yes parents are the first teachers and they teach the basics of social life. Parents should teach basic qualities like respect, honesty. They should teach these qualities at an early age so that their children can imbibe these qualities into them.
6. Do you think it’s important for children to learn about cooperation?
Absolutely, it’s crucial for children to learn about cooperation. Cooperation is a fundamental skill that enables children to work effectively with others, navigate social situations, and build positive relationships. By learning how to cooperate, children develop important social and emotional competencies, such, communication, and teamwork, which are essential for success in school, relationships, and later in life.

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