Here are some high-scoring Part 3 model answers for the Speaking Test that was shared by a student from Nigeria. The answers show a good way to respond to these questions.
Part 3 (Discussion)
1. Why do people lose their things?
People often lose their things for many reasons, including forgetfulness, carelessness, and distraction. Sometimes people are so absorbed in what they are doing that they unintentionally overlook details and end up misplacing their items. It’s easy for someone to become so enthralled in an activity or task that they simply forget about their belongings and leave them behind somewhere. In some instances, people’s items get stolen or misplaced by other people as well.
2. How can people prevent losing their property?
I think there are several things that people can do to protect their property and possessions from being lost or stolen, like keeping track of their belongings while out and about, by ensuring they have secure pockets or bags which aren’t easily accessible and can be kept firmly shut with zippers or buckles whenever possible. Additionally, people can use tracking services for valuable items such as phones, watches or tablets that allow users to track them down with a help of GPS. It is a great way to ensure that these valuables don’t get lost forever when misplaced.
3. How can losing property be prevented in public places?
When visiting public places like shopping centres and parks, it’s important to be vigilant at all times since thieves often steal wallets or other valuables in these busy places. One way this can be done is by making sure not to leave any valuable items unattended. I also think that public places should have CCTV cameras installed so that it’s easier to identify criminals and the cameras themselves serve as a deterrent to thieves.
4. Why do archaeologists search for buried items?
I believe that archaeologists search for buried items as a way to gain a better understanding of past societies and cultures. They are interested in uncovering objects that people used to perform their daily activities and rituals, which can provide valuable insight into the lifestyles, beliefs, and knowledge of various ancient civilizations. They can piece together a more complete picture of how people lived during different periods in history by examining these artefacts.
5. What do they do with the artefacts they find?
I am not really sure since I don’t have a lot of knowledge about this field, but I think that once archaeologists have unearthed a valuable artefact, they will usually take it back to a laboratory to study it in a safe environment and determine its age, and function.
6. Should those artefacts be kept in their country of origin or allowed to be taken out of the country?
There isn’t one correct answer to this question, because of the moral implications associated with removing artefacts from their country of origin without considering local customs, and laws concerning cultural heritage protection. Personally, I think that these historical items form part of a nation’s identity and offer invaluable insights into its history, and for that reason they should not be taken away without proper authorization from local authorities.
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