Describe a Time When you Enjoyed Your Visit to a Park or Garden- IELTS Cue Card
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- 1 Sample Answer
- 2 Part 3 Questions
- 2.1 Are public gardens very important in India? What do you think are the benefits of having gardens in the city?
- 2.2 Are there any public gardens in India?
- 2.3 Do you think there are enough public gardens in your hometown?
- 2.4 Do you think governments should provide public gardens for people to visit?
- 2.5 What do people do when they go to a public garden?
- 2.6 Vocabulary
Describe a time when you enjoyed your visit to a park or garden.
You should say:
- Where it was
- what it looked like
- What you did there
- And explain why you liked it there?
I have always been very fond of hills and hill stations and generally, I never miss a chance to visit one. On my last summer vacation, I got a chance to visit Uttarakhand, a beguiling hill station in Uttarakhand. This was where I saw an alluring park called “Heavenly Bliss”. This park is in a town called Vasundhara and is one of the most beautiful illustrations of the wonders of nature.
The park is encompassed by beautiful verdure and trees of beautiful inflorescence. The scene by itself is a visual treat that entrances one’s senses. Apart from that, the park is rich in biodiversity with the most beautiful flora and fauna. Moreover, the cool breeze owing to its location scintillates one to the core and freshens one up. Truly, it is one of the most ravishing places I have ever seen so far.
I, along with some of my friends, went there as we heard a lot about its natural therapeutic effect that cleanses one’s soul. However, contrary to what I supposed it to be, it didn’t have rides as it wasn’t an amusement park. I thought it would be a place for children, but what I experienced was nothing short of a natural amusement. We all sat there on the benches and sauntered across the park.
- To be fond of something
Meaning: To like something
Eg.: He was very fond of chocolates when he was a kid.
Eg.: The parade was truly beguiling and inspiring.
Eg.: The paintings were really alluring.
Eg.: The ground was encompassed by a fleet of cars.
Eg.: We sauntered across the city yesterday.
Part 3 Questions
Are public gardens very important in India? What do you think are the benefits of having gardens in the city?
Yes, I believe public gardens are essential owing to a slew of reasons. Firstly, these gardens play a pivotal role in making people aware of the beauty and wondrous art of nature. Secondly, they provide a soothing effect to people where one can spend quality time with their loved ones as well as with themselves. This provides one with enough space for introspection and a moment of respite amidst such beauty.
Are there any public gardens in India?
Yes, there is a myriad of public gardens in India and all of them are one above another in terms of beauty.
Do you think there are enough public gardens in your hometown?
Well, no, there aren’t a lot of public gardens in my hometown. However, the place where I come from is profusely suffused with the beauty of nature and vegetation.
Do you think governments should provide public gardens for people to visit?
Of course, governments should take strides in this arena of making people visit public gardens. In fact, it is an imperative step.
What do people do when they go to a public garden?
This is a subjective question as people do a variety of things in a public garden depending upon one’s persona. Some might visit to seek a break from their daily chaotic ordeals while some might go there to enjoy nature.
Eg.: There was a slew of books in that shop.
Eg.: It is good to introspect in life to figure out where one stands.
Meaning: In the middle of
Eg.: Amidst all the chaos, my friend proved to be my savior.
Eg.: I got some respite in the form of this excursion.
Meaning: Great in number
Eg.: There are myriads of movies in my pen drive.