Cue Card : Describe a Garden or Park You Remember

Cue Card: Describe a Garden or Park You Remember

  • Where was it?
  • What it looked like?
  • What you did there?
  • And explain why you liked the park?

Sample Answer of Cue Card: Describe a Garden or Park You Remember

In our country, there were great places that were prevalent to the name of gardens located very near that. Gardens like Delhi, Punjab, Jaipur, Kerala, and Tamilnadu are very famous for their attractions. Today I would like to talk about one such garden which is situated in Ooty, Tamilnadu. The name of this garden is Ooty zoological garden. I got a chance to visit this garden when I was seventeen.

Moreover, a student studied in class twelve. It was an occasion of our excursion for three days in various places in Tamilnadu. Ooty zoological is very famous for its botanical diversity. From the entrance, itself you can feel the same. It really looks like a stream of greenery. Two third of the garden is decorated with Perl and buffalo grass. So, you cannot felt any difficulty walking. Flowers from each and every country is available there. The climate was excellent, and the serene atmosphere provided extra energy to its’ visitors. Flowers and plants are decorated in chronological order with name tags. With friends and teachers, we were roaming almost every corner of the garden. Particular flowers and bushes were carved with different shapes like houses, boats, vehicles, and animals. It looks mesmerising. The most important thing is there is the black rose flower. They imported from European countries, and Ooty gardens are the only place in India where this flower is available. From October to February, they conduct several flowers shows that are very popular in our country at seasonal times. After this occasion, I visited numerous times with my family members to this place.

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Follow-ups Cue Card: Describe a Garden or Park You Remember.

Question 1. What is the importance of the Garden in our life?

Answer – Well, the importance of gardens in our life is unavoidable. For me, it is a place for relaxation and enjoyment. Others treated it as a place for gardening a variety of plants and flowers. I come from the countryside, where most of the village treated it as a profession rather than a source of income. They export beautiful indoor and outdoor plants to different parts of the world.

Question 2. What do people do when they go to a public Garden?

Answer –Most people visit public gardens for relaxation and time spending with friends or family members. Two third of parks are maintained well, and they keep a vibrant ambience in our country. That’s why people are like to spend time in gardens. In addition, these gardens are largely followed an extraordinary botanical multiplicity. For example, Delhi, Mysuru, and Ootty parks are famous for its’ botanical range.

Question 3. Do you think there are enough public gardens in your hometown?

Answer – I do not think so. As per my point of view, individuals do not become aware of the importance of public gardens in our society. Apart from the commercial value, it is closely interrelated with our community. It is a necessity.

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Question 4. How do people of different age groups use public Gardens?

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Answer – People of different ages use public gardens as per their requirements. For example, children use parks for playing games and enjoyments, youngsters use gardens for some leisure and recreational activities, and adults use gardens for morning and evening walks and gatherings.

Question 5. What age group usually visits parks?

Answer – For me, youngsters and children are the primary visitors to the parks. For children, there is numerous equipment for playing and space for spending time. Most of the children are gathered with their guardians and family member. Even they also find room for spending their time.

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