IELTS Speaking Part 1: Trees

IELTS Speaking Part 1: Trees

IELTS Speaking Part 1: Trees

Topic # – Trees

Q1. What kind of trees do people usually plant in your country? How about your hometown?

In my nation, a large part of the population tends to plant trees of many kinds. A few trees which have gained prominence are the Neem tree, Banyan tree, and Peepal Tree, and these have gained popularity for medicinal purposes, shade, and air purifying features. Fruit trees such as Papaya, Orange, and Papaya are also famous among masses and classes.

Q2. Have you ever planted trees?

Being a nature enthusiast, I tend to plant trees. Whenever I start a new task, I do planting to etch that moment in my heart. And when I see the trees panted by me, I feel nostalgic.

Q3. What kind of trees do you plant?

I plant trees that provide medicinal value, such as neem. Moreover, I plant trees that provide fruits like guava, orange, papaya and sapota.

Q4. Do you like planting trees, and why?

I like planting trees for three reasons. Firstly they help us to keep our environment clean and pristine. The nations with fewer trees are facing the disastrous repercussions of environmental contamination.

Moreover, trees provide us with fruits and nuts. And they help us to remain fit by providing us with vital nutrients. Furthermore, we get timber from trees to make furniture and other wooden products.

Apart from this, trees prevent us from scorching heat during the scorching heat of summers.

Q5. Is there a forest near your hometown?

My house is on the foothills of the Himalayas, known as the Shivalik ranges. There are numerous forests near my hometown.

Q6. Would you like to live in a place that has many trees?

Being a nature enthusiast, I love to spend my time in a place with many trees, because that is beneficial for my physical and mental health.

Q7. Do you think places with trees attract more visitors than a place with few trees?

People of the contemporary epoch have realized the importance of nature in their lives because they know that the modern lifestyle is not sustainable for a long time.

Hence they are going back to their roots, and due to this reason, the places with more trees and natural surroundings attract more tourists than other tourist attractions.

Q8. Did you ever climb a tree when you were a child?

In my childhood, I was a mischievous kid, and I had this uncanny knack for climbing all kinds of trees. Once I had tried to climb a banyan tree, I fell and hurt my knee.

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