入口entrance n. 雕像statue n.
喷泉fountain n. 池塘pool n.
鱼塘fish pond 假山rockery n.
草坪lawn n. 花园garden n.
植物plant n. 竹子bamboo n.
小路pathway n. 亭pavilion n.
门票entrance fee/ticket. 竹林bamboo grove.
公园长椅park bench. 游乐园amusement park.
雕塑品sculpture n. 宁静的tranquil and serene.
主题公园theme park. 森林公园forest park.
袖珍公园pocket park. 本地小公园local park.
区公园district park. 国家公园national park.
露天的空地an open-air patch of land.
石子路path with pebbles.
公园的好处benefits of park.
焦虑情绪feelings of anxiety.
1 Are there many parks or public gardens where you live?
[经典回答]No, there aren-t any parks or public gardens where I live. As a matter of fact, there is only a pocket park in our neighbourhood. You know, green space is quite limited in most urban areas.
2 What do elders do in the park?
Parks are many elderly people's favorite haunts. That's bec
ause they can do a lot of things they like there,such as doing exercises, doing Tai Chi, going jogging, having a chat with their peers, playing chess and so on.
3 Do you think parks and public gardens are important to a city?
Obviously, parks and public gardens play a prominent role in a city. For one thing, they bring plenty ofenvironmental benefits. You see, they improve air quality and reduce the urban heat island effect as well. For another thing, parks and public gardens allow people to access to green space without a long journey out of the city.