IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic: Vegetable (Band 8.0)

Topic: Vegetable

1. Do you like eating vegetables?
Of course, I eat vegetables every meal, especially cabbage, green beans, lettuce and potatoes. You know, in dinner, I just almost eat vegetables and grains but now meat or fish, because I want to lose weight and keep me in good shape.

2. Should we eat vegetables all day?
Definitely yes, simply because we cannot find another food group that is as perfectly matched to our everyday human needs as vegetables. There are various protein, fibre and vitamin that cannot be found in other food.

3. What are the benefits of eating vegetables?
You know, there are a lot of benefits of eating vegetables daily. The nutrients in vegetables are vital for health and maintenance of your body. It also helps slow down the aging process and beautify your skin.

4. Is there any special fruit in your hometown?
Oh yes, there are lychee trees everywhere in my home. Lychees are very sweet and they are exported to some other countries. In addition, they can also become medicine

Vocabulary Highlight

  1. Lettuce:
    Ex: And he only uses the soft part of the lettuce. 
  2. Grains:
    Ex: Grains: Are They Good For You, or Bad?
  3. Lose weigh:
    Ex: Challenge is not losing weight, it’s actually keeping it off.
  4. Keep me in good shape:
    Ex: It’s hard to keep in good shape when you sit behind a desk all day
  5. Is as perfect matched to:
    Ex: That green is a perfect match for the walls in the living room.
  6. Fibre:
    Ex: You should eat more dietary fibre to reduce the risk of bowel cancer.
  7. Maintenance of your body:
    Ex: The nutrients in vegetables are vital for health and maintenance of your body
  8. Slow down the aging process:
    Ex: There is actually a lot we can do to slow down the aging process and fend off disease
  9. Lychee:
    Ex: They may also benefit strawberries, watermelons, citrus, avocados, lychees, and many others. 

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