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Speaking Part 1 Topic: Plants

Below are a few questions for the IELTS speaking part 1 topic of plants. This is a current topic in the IELTS speaking test.

Plant Questions: IELTS Speaking Part 1

  1. Do you like plants?
  2. Do you know a lot about plants?
  3. Have you ever had a plant?
  4. Did you ever grow a plant as a child?
  5. Would you ever give a plant as a gift?
  6. Why do people like plants in their house?
  7. Do you have a garden?
  8. Do you know how to cultivate plants?

Vocabulary:

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Plant Vocabulary & Model Answers

Tip: you are not expected to know specialist knowledge about plants – keep your answers personal and friendly. Be descriptive and chatty.

Other Speaking Topics

See common topics: IELTS Speaking Part 1 Common Topics

Also review the recent questions page: Current Topics & Questions

All the best

Liz

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Comments

  1. Shakhrizod says:

    Good afternoon Liz

    Today during the speaking exam (part 2) I answered all the questions and then concluded my speech. However, examiner glanced at his watch and asked ,Could you give some more information?,
    Is it bad or nothing to worry about?
    I am sooo concerned
    Please help me
    Thank you in advance

    • You are allowed 2 mins to talk and the examiner was offering you the full 2 mins – it has no impact on your score – it is part of the testing system.

  2. Dear Liz,

    I’m so happy to see this information for IELTS aspirants.
    Thank you from bottom of my heart.

  3. Ammu Riya says:

    Words related to plants :
    Greens
    Creepers
    Weed
    Seedling
    Grass
    Herb
    Greenery
    Perennial
    Cutting
    Annual
    Sprout

  4. some vocabularies:
    cultivate, flora, vegetation, soil, tropical plants, crop, shrub, bush.

  5. nitha mathew says:

    tremendous
    abundance

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