Words of Topic: Scenery

Word group for topic: Scenery, it helps both IELTS and TOEFL test takers prepare speaking and writing answers on this particular topic.
 Word Group By Topic: Scenery
destination  Speak
a.
being a place that people will make a special trip to visit
The best part of Los Angeles is that it is the destination place for the entire world.
enthusiast  Speak
n.
a person who is highly interested in a particular activity or subject
It is certain to appeal to field-sports enthusiasts and to nature lovers.
explore  Speak
v.
to search and discover (about something)
The best way to explore the countryside is on foot.
affordable  Speak
a.
inexpensive; reasonably priced
You need housing at affordable rents for people on low incomes.
experience  Speak
v.
to have something happen to you, or to do or feel something
She began to experience sharp pains in her elbow.
soak up  Speak
v.
to enjoy the effects or experience of something as much as possible
I love to lie on the beach and soak up the sun.
gorge  Speak
n.
a deep, narrow valley with steep sides, usually formed by a river or stream cutting through rock
The only way to cross the gorge was over a flimsy wooden bridge.
scenic  Speak
a.
having or showing beautiful natural surroundings
They took the scenic route on the way home.
comfy  Speak
a.
comfortable
The sport seats are comfy and supportive.
jaw-dropping  Speak
a.
amazing
It was a jaw-dropping moment.
doorstep  Speak
n.
a step leading up to the outer door of a house
He left the package on the doorstep.
trek  Speak
v.
to walk a long way or with some difficulty
Many people trekked for miles to reach safety.
peak  Speak
n.
the pointed top of a mountain
Finally the flood waters fell and mountain peaks emerged.
stunning  Speak
a.
extremely beautiful or attractive
He's taken some stunning photos of her.
fantasize  Speak
v.
to think about something very pleasant that is unlikely to happen
He fantasized about winning the Nobel Prize.
fancy  Speak
a.
elaborate in structure or decoration
There was loud music, and tons of fancy decorations.
extraordinary  Speak
a.
very unusual or remarkable
He's an extraordinary father and a remarkable husband, a terrific human being.
typical  Speak
a.
ordinary
Typical symptoms would include severe headaches, vomiting and dizziness.
hiking  Speak
n.
the activity of going for long walks in the countryside
This is the perfect base for hiking, white-water rafting and fly-fishing.
diversity  Speak
n.
the fact of many different types of things or people being included in something
It is a city of huge musical and artistic diversity, where every taste is catered for.
concrete jungle  Speak
n.
a city or an urban area where you can see modern buildings and unpleasant environment
Once known as a concrete jungle, the city has changed its look.
picturesque  Speak
a.
visually attractive, especially in a quaint or pretty style
This part of the town is especially picturesque.
awe-inspiring  Speak
a.
causing you to feel great respect or admiration
Niagara Falls really is an awe-inspiring sight.
magnificent  Speak
a.
impressive; beautiful
They live in a magnificent house.
rugged  Speak
a.
having a broken, rocky, and uneven surface
A rugged area of land is uneven and covered with rocks, with few trees or plants.
untouched  Speak
a.
not changed or spoiled in any way
Most of the east coast remains untouched by tourism.
gorgeous  Speak
a.
beautiful; very attractive
Some of the Renaissance buildings are gorgeous.
dramatic  Speak
a.
of or relating to drama or the performance or study of drama
Something like this is a dream come true for any amateur dramatic society.
landscape  Speak
n.
a large area of countryside, usually one without many buildings or other things that are not natural
We moved to Northamptonshire and a new landscape of hedges and fields.
peninsula  Speak
n.
a long narrow piece of land which sticks out from a larger piece of land and is almost completely surrounded by water
I had walked around the entire peninsula.
spectacular  Speak
a.
beautiful in a dramatic and eye-catching way
The whole back wall is full of colour which is very spectacular and very beautiful.
ultimate  Speak
a.
being the best
Among young people, this brand of designer clothing is the ultimate status symbol.
memorable  Speak
a.
likely to be remembered or worth remembering
On this memorable occasion we salute the wonderful work done by the association.
countless  Speak
a.
very many
She brought joy to countless people through her music.
therapeutic  Speak
a.
healing
Many patients associate a single drug with a single therapeutic action.
tranquility  Speak
n.
peacefulness; calm
The main reason people come to visit the countryside is because of its beauty and tranquillity.
indescribable  Speak
a.
impossible to describe, especially because of being extremely good or bad
The pain was indescribable.
rejuvenate  Speak
v.
to make someone look or feel young and energetic again
She felt rejuvenated by her vacation.
picture-perfect  Speak
a.
perfect in appearance
No one is picture-perfect.
nevertheless  Speak
adv.
in spite of that; however
Nevertheless, accidents still occur.
capture  Speak
v.
to record or take a picture of something using a camera
A passer-by captured the whole incident on film.
souvenir  Speak
n.
something you buy or keep to help you remember a holiday or special event
I’ll keep this as a souvenir of my trip to New York.
de-stress  Speak
v.
to get rid of feelings of stress
I began doing yoga as a way to de-stress.
spoil  Speak
v.
destroy the pleasure or interest of something
The oil spill has spoiled the whole beautiful coastline.
breathtaking  Speak
a.
extremely exciting, beautiful, or surprising
The view from the top of the mountain is breathtaking.
gallery  Speak
n.
a room or building for the display or sale of works of art
The painting is in the gallery upstairs.
livable  Speak
a.
worth living; enjoyable
It was rated the most livable city in the States.