In IELTS Speaking Part 1, there will be a Question & Answer session between the candidate and the examiner around a specific topic, such as Farming in this case. The examiner will also ask some general questions in the beginning about the candidate, for instance, about where you live, where you work, study etc.
Part 1 focuses on the ability to share personal information and opinions on everyday life. There is no fixed quota of questions and the examiner is free to ask any number of questions. It lasts for around 4-5 minutes.
Following are the probable set of questions that may be asked by the examiner about Farms and Farming.
Prepare well !!!
IELTS Speaking Topic Part 1 – Farming [Question & Answer]
|1️⃣ Have you ever visited a farm?|
2️⃣ What kind of farm do you like?
3️⃣ Do you think farming is important?
4️⃣ Did you do any work at the farm when you were young?
Have you ever visited a farm?
Yes, in fact, recently I went to an organic farm with my friends. This place is called “Urban gardening”. It is in Vengal, which is about 100 km from Chennai. I was excited to see the farm. We saw flat beans, groundnuts, watermelon, then we headed onto the most amazing corn field.. Undoubtedly, it was a mind-blowing experience.
What kind of farm do you like?
I mostly like vegetable and fruit farms. The green field, fruit loaded trees, dancing winds and forests are some of their beauties. For a nature lover like me, each and every object existing in nature is as much living as any human being. Someone rightly said, “There is heavenly abode in the farms.”
Do you think farming is important?
Yes, pretty much! Farming is vital for the survival of humanity. Agricultural biodiversity provides humans with food and raw materials for goods – such as cotton for clothing, wood for shelter and fuel, plants and roots for medicines, and materials for biofuels – and with incomes and livelihoods, including those derived from subsistence farming.
Did you do any work at the farm when you were young?
A trip to the rural areas and seeing a real live farm is rare these days. However, when I was a teenager I used to go to the vegetable farm with my Uncle. I pulled out watermelons from the patch and stored them in huge baskets. Indeed, spending time on a farm changed the way I see food now.
I hope you learnt well about how to answer IELTS Speaking Part 1 – Farming Questions & Answers. It is advised not to reproduce the same answers during examination, as they may be used by many of our readers on the site. You should rather reformulate and make them look like your personal answers.
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