CELPIP Speaking Describe A Scene Forest

CELPIP Speaking Describe A Scene Forest

CELPIP Speaking Describe A Scene – Forest

Describe this scene.

Preparation: 30 seconds Speaking: 60 seconds

celpip speaking describe a scene forest


Tips:

People often spend too much time trying to introduce the scene. Just keep it simple. One short sentence is enough. It doesn’t need to be 100% accurate. For example, you could say:

“This is a typical forest scene.”

It’s possible that it’s not a forest, but don’t worry about it. “Forest” is close enough. Ideally, you want to have enough time to describe all the animals in the scene.


Vocabulary To Use:

Bush
Pine trees
Duck
Patch (area)
Deer
Beaver
Lake (or river)
Skunk
Sunrise (or sunset)
Oak tree
Howling
Grizzly (kind of bear)
Base (bottom)
Bank (shore)
Dirt
Berries
Wolves


CELPIP Speaking Describe a Scene Forest – Sample Answer

This is a picture of a typical forest scene. There is a lake in the middle of the picture with a duck swimming on it. In the bottom of the picture, there’s a grizzly bear eating berries from a bush. Behind the grizzly, there’s a skunk. On the left side of the picture, there’s a big oak tree with a beaver under it.

Around the base of the oak tree, there’s a big patch of dirt with no grass. On the opposite bank, there’s a deer close to the water and two wolves howling in the background. There are also a few pine trees and a beautiful orange sunset!


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