IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic Farming Questions and Answers
Have you visited a farm?
Yes, during my visit to my native place in Lucknow, I went to a farm owned by my great grandfather. I was at a loss for words when I saw the apple orchard for the first time. The scenery was extremely captivating, and the 10-acre land of orchards smelled so refreshing. It was entirely devoted to the cultivation of apples and oranges. Also, my uncle, who looks after the apple orchard, offered me a basket full of fresh fruits.
What kind of farm do you like?
As I said earlier, I’ve visited the apple & orange orchards, and I loved it. The fragrance of the fresh and organic apples & oranges were sweet and refreshing that made me wonder if I could own an apple orchard. I’m not aware of the other farms.
Do you think farming is important?
Ofcourse! I believe that farming plays an indispensable role in our existence on earth. They are an important part of the food industry and the only sources of food production from where we get rice, fruits, grains, vegetables, to name a few. Further, farming refines the country’s economy by creating employment opportunities for the youth.
Did you do farm work when you were young?
I don’t exactly remember if I worked on a farm as my family moved to the city when I was a child. So, I don’t have any experience of working on a farm. But during my schooling, there was an experiment where we had to grow some vegetables. I planted the tomato seeds, and within a week or two, the plant started growing. It was an exciting activity.
Loss for words
Meaning: unable to think of anything to say
Eg: I was at a loss for words when I was announced as the competition’s winner.
Meaning: capable of attracting and holding interest; charming.
Eg: The snowy mountains looked captivating during the winters.
Meaning: a pleasant, sweet smell.
Eg: Everybody loves the fragrance of roses and jasmine.
Meaning: absolutely necessary
Eg: Social media plays an indispensable role in our lives.
Meaning: the fact or state of living or having objective reality.
Eg: The company came into existence in 1972