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IELTS Speaking Model: Parks - Part 1

Updated on June 14, 2013


IELTS Speaking Model: Parks - Part 1

IELTS(International English Language Testing System) is the world's leading test of English for higher education, immigration and employment. Below are some sample questions and model answers for the topic ‘Parks and Gardens'

Are there many parks or public gardens where you live (or, in your hometown)?
Actually, there are quite a few parks cuz I live in a rather big community. There are lots of old people and they often visit the parks do to their morning exercises.

Do you often (or, ever) go to a park or a (public) garden?
To be honest I spend most of my time either at school or at home so I rarely visit the park. Maybe when I'm older I could go to the park with my future girlfriend. In my opinion parks are places for couples, children or old people.

What do you (like to) do when you go to a park or public garden?
I'm quite fond of kite flying so when I go to the park and if it's windy I would buy a kite - they are quite cheap only about 5 RMB. Also I'm quite into sleeping so I may lie on the grass and take a short nap.

When do other people go there?
I'm not too sure about this but I guess most people go to the park during the evening - about 7pm which is after dinner time. Families would go for a walk and old ladies many do some dancing at the park.

Do you think every city and town should have parks and public gardens?
Absolutely! Parks are a great place for a walk after dinner or exercise in the morning. The trees make it a place with relatively fresher air and the it is a great place to hang out with my friends. Without the park I wouldn't even know where to go to walk my dog.


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