116. IELTS Cue Card -
Describe a park you visited and liked
In this article, IELTS Game will add number 116 IELTS cue card sample on the series of 2020 cue cards with band 9.0 model answers and part 3 follow up questions that will help you in your IELTS test preparation.
This cue card is related to “Park description” topic and asking you to “Describe a park you visited and liked.“ and asking IELTS speaking part 3 follow up questions.
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IELTS Cue Card 2020 Sample 116
Describe a park you visited and liked.
You should say:
- – Where is it?
- – When you went there?
- – Why you liked it?
Band 9.0 Sample Answer Ideas.
• Parks are the most popular leisure places.
• My home town has many parks.
• There is one park just opposite my house.
• But the park that I am going to talk about here is Virender Park.
• It is about 2 km from my home.
• My friend, Suman, lives near that park.
• She took me to that park about 6 months ago.
• I never knew that such a beautiful park was there in my home town.
• It is named after Virender Deol, brother of famous film star Dharminder Deol.
• This is the most attractive and well-maintained park of my home town.
• It is a big garden having one main gate and two side gates.
• It has a long jogging track that passes along the circumference of the garden.
• This offers maximum length to these who want to walk or jog.
• This park is full of activity in the mornings and in the evenings.
• This is frequented by people of all age groups.
• A number of octogenarians and centenarians of my home town can be seen here.
• There is an NGO in my hometown, which offers free yoga training to people in the morning and evening.
• So people come to this park with their yoga-mat and do yoga here.
• My friend and I also did yoga that day with them.
• On one side there are swings and see-saws for children.
• It was so much fun to see little children take turns on the swings.
• There are many trees in the park.
• Suman’s father is very fond of topiary work.
• Topiary is an art in which decorative shapes are made by clipping shrubs.
• He has made an elephant and a giraffe in one corner of that park.
• He is very creative.
• Suman took me there, because she wanted to show me her father’s art work.
• There are also benches for people to sit and relax.
• I just loved that park.
• Sometimes, I go there and sit there for some time.
• I feel so peaceful after going there.
IELTS Speaking part 3 Follow Up Questions.
Here are some follow up questions you may be asked during part 3 IELTS Speaking exam by the IELTS examiner related to describe a park you visited and liked IELTS Cue Card 2020.
1. How often do you visit parks?
I visit parks very often. I go to a park near my home, for morning walk.
It is a very nice park with lots of trees and greenery.
2. Do we need big parks or small parks in the city?
We need small parks at regular intervals so that people can enjoy these parks near their homes.
3. Why is it important to have parks in a city?
Parks act as lungs of the community. They are very important. As it is, we are living in concrete jungles
4. What kinds of things should a park offer to visitors?
Parks should have shady trees, benches, jogging tracks, rest room and water facility.
5. Should people visit parks every week?
Yes, people should visit parks very often, at least once a week, to be in the lap of nature and breathe some fresh air.
6. Should parks charge admission fees?
I don’t think they should if these are just ordinary parks with no special facility.
If the parks are providing facilities and are maintained properly, there is no harm in charging a nominal admission fee.
7. What do people of different ages do in gardens?
The elderly just go and sit on benches and relax. Some may also just sit there and keep an eye on their grandchildren who are playing there.
The young people do jogging and play there with friends.
8. What is the value of nature to children?
Children enjoy nature. They love the fresh air and chirping of the birds.
But they only realise the value of nature when it is explained to them by their parents or teachers.
9. How can we encourage children to go to parks?
We can encourage children to go to parks by taking them there and by enjoying those parks with them.
10. Are there many parks in your city?
Yes, there are. Every area has a park of its own. In some areas, the people of the neighbourhood contribute to maintain them.
In some areas, these have been adopted by some business houses.
11. What’s the difference between public gardens and private gardens?
Public gardens are maintained by government.
They are open to public. People can go there.
Mostly they are free, but some may have a nominal fee.
Private gardens are owned by private individuals or companies. It is on their discretion whether to restrict their entry or keep it open.
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