In this post, we discuss about “Topic Outdoor Activity” with sample answers.
Speaking Part 1
1. What do you do in your spare time?
In my spare time, I prefer playing with my friends, cousins and I go to badminton club for getting my mind and body refreshed
2. Do you like outdoor activities?
Yes, I do like outdoor activities as it refreshes the body and mind. There are many benefits to taking a break and going out. Clarity of mind, the flow of ideas, and also thoughts regarding the concepts you are stuck into, are some of the benefits.
3. What outdoor activities do you most like to do?
I keep myself engaged in mind refreshing activities like hanging out with my friends, going to dance classes, working in my company, and also going out for badminton club to refresh my mind. I also play with my brother and sister so that I could spend more time with them
4. How often do you do that?
Weekly twice, I go out with my friends. I also play with my brother and sister frequently.
Speaking Part 2 – Cue card
Describe an outdoor activity that you like doing.
You should say
- What this activity is
- When you do it
- Where you do it and explain why you like it.
I really enjoy running. Not the fast sprinting kind of run, but farther more drawn-out jogging kind of run.
I usually like to run when the weather is warm but not too hot, because if it’s too hot then I’ll be sweating like a camel, and will be so thirsty and red from the heat that I can’t function for about a half hour after that. Somewhere between 21 and 28 degree Celsius is a good temperature for running.
I extremely dislike running on a track or in wide-open spaces, because it makes me feel like I’m not getting anywhere. I think that the best place to run is on a smaller, not-so-busy street in a nice residential area. But if there isn’t a place like that to run near my house, I’ll run anywhere—even on a track.
One reason that I enjoy running is it’s faster than walking and cheaper than taking buses or taxis. Also, running is good for your health; the more you run the stronger your legs, back and lungs get. I also like the rush that you get when you push yourself farther than you’ve ever gone before, where you feel like collapsing and keep on running until you don’t even feel your legs anymore and it’s just mechanical.
Vocabulary for Cue Card
- Sprinting: the competitive athletic sport of running distances of 400 meters or less.
Ex: “These people are sprinting”
- Drawn-out: lasting or seeming to last longer than is necessary.
Ex: Those people literally drawn-out waiting in their relative’s place
- Sweating like a camel: Having a lot of sweat
Ex: Manish was sweating like a camel after running