Video: 8+ IELTS Vocabulary About Plants

Today you’ll learn band score 8 IELTS vocabulary about plants.

8 IELTS vocabulary plants

You never know what you’ll be asked about on the IELTS Speaking Exam!

There are some random topics out there, such as mirrors and robots in Part 1, or cake in Part 2.

Recently, a YouTube subscriber to IELTS Energy TV said that she was asked to talk about a plant in IELTS Part 2, and was lost not only in that part, but in Part 3 as well, because the topics for both are connected.

So, today we’ll learn some vocabulary about plants, and in the upcoming videos you’ll learn from my sample Part 2 and Part 3 answers.

 

 

8+ IELTS Plants Vocabulary

Flora and fauna– phrase to describe nature: flora are plants, and fauna are animals

Perennial– plant that lasts for 2+ years

Blossom– the flowering part of a plant

Shrub– bush

 

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Imperative, Paramount– very important

Prized (possession)- extremely valuable and special to the owner

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder– others many not think it’s pretty, but you do

Exquisitegorgeous

Predominant species– most common species in the area

Grove– small area with one type of plant, usually trees

Orchard– farmed land with trees, like an apple orchard

Wild– grows naturally, in nature

Cultivatedhumans grew it

Choose a plant that is important in your country, and read about it in English.

Names, uses and features are specific to each plant, so you must do some research to prepare to talk about it!

Then, talk about the plant for 2 minutes, using the new vocabulary.

How would you use today’s vocabulary?

Share some sentences you think of in the comments section below!

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