1. Where do you usually take a walk?
(Answer) Well, I don’t walk in any particular place. I like to walk with my friends to the park so that we can talk and feel less exhausted on the way.
(Give a reason for your answer)
2. Do you think people will walk more or not in the future?
(Answer) No, I don’t think so.
(Give a reason for your answer) Under the pressure of such a fast-paced life, people seem to be increasingly reluctant to have a walk regularly. Modern citizens think that driving is a more preferable way of travelling which just eliminates the hurdle that you may otherwise face if there is no public transportation available or pedestrian roads.
3. Do you walk more often in the past?
(Answer) Surprisingly, I walk more often these days than I used to in the past.
(Give a reason for your answer) For a very long period of time, I suffered great concentration issues and was not able to focus on one thing for a long period of time. So I took up walking 6 months ago and thanks to this activity, my focus capacity became sharper.
4. Do you walk a lot?
(Answer) As often as necessary – which mostly means longer distances, but the walking experience is worth it.
(Give a reason for your answer) Otherwise, I try to use my bicycle, even in winter, to remain in good shape. I just happen to like biking, as a sport. Also it proves to be economical and environmentally-friendly.
particular [adj]: special, or this and not any other
Eg: In the light of recent incidents, we are asking our customers to take particular care of their personal belongings.
exhausted [adj]: extremely tired
Eg: By the time they reached the summit they were exhausted.
preferable [adj]: better or more suitable
Eg: Surely a diplomatic solution is preferable to war.
eliminate [v]: to remove or take away someone or something
Eg: Students only have 8 hours of tutorials a week.
hurdle [n]: a frame or fence for jumping over in a race
Eg: There are still a few technical hurdles to be surmounted before the product can be put on sale to the public.
concentration issues [expression]: problems related to one’s concentration
Eg: Tiredness and emotional stress can cause concentration issues in most people
capacity [n]: someone’s ability to do a particular thing
Eg: She has a great capacity for hard work.
in good shape [expression]: to be prepared and ready to do something
Eg: All our bags are packed, and we don’t have to leave for another hour, so we’re in good shape.
economical [adj]: not using a lot of fuel, money, etc.
Eg: There’s increasing demand for cars that are more economical on fuel.
environmentally-friendly [adj]: not harmful to the environment
Eg: There are a growing number of investors backing firms that are environmentally-friendly.
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