IELTS Speaking Part 1 Picnic
Q1. Did you go on a picnic when you were a child?
Yes, during my childhood, I had a vast friend circle that allowed me numerous opportunities for picnics. I hail from a business family. Whenever my father had free time, he would take us for a picnic. Apart from this our school used to arrange beaucoup excursion trips and picnics.
Q2. How often do you go on a picnic now?
Now I am a busy person, and I do not have much time at my disposal. Therefore, I go for a picnic once a year. Moreover, due to the ongoing corona pandemic, the world is going through a challenging phase and in such a scenario, remaining indoors is a prudent approach. Hence, I refrain from going out for leisure activities.
Q3. Where do you go on a picnic?
My city has the best geographical location. Hills, rivers and lakes surround it. Due to this reason, there are plenty of options. However, my favourite place is the neighbourhood park near my township.
Q4. What is the difference between a picnic and cooking at home?
In picnics, we thrive primarily on snacks that can be home-cooked or outside. On the other hand, when we cook at home, we usually avoid eating outside food.
Q5. What activities do you do in the park?
Being a fitness freak and voracious reader, I do two activities in the park. In the mornings I do running, and on weekends I read books. And every evening I go for a walk with my friends.
Q6. Do people in your country like going to parks?
People in my country love to relax in the arms of nature. Due to that, a large part of the population visit parks to unwind.