Several students have asked me about this question:
Describe a wild animal from your country.
You should say
- what the animal is and what it looks like
- where it lives
- and explain how people in your country (or you) feel about this animal.
You might not be able to copy my example because I've described an animal that is common in the UK. However, hopefully my description will give you some ideas.
- I'm going to describe the 'robin' which is a wild bird that is common in the UK. The robin is a small bird with brown and white feathers and an area of bright red colour on it's face and on the front of its body. The area of red colour makes robins very easy to distinguish from other birds.
- Robins are common garden birds. Many houses in the UK have a garden, and you can often see this bird sitting in a tree. They make their nests in trees and go looking for food. You might also see a robin if you go for a walk in the countryside or in a park.
- Robins have a special place in British culture. They are considered to be christmas birds, and are often used on christmas cards. Many people leave food in their gardens for robins and other small birds to eat.