Describe a public facility that you think need improvements
You should say:
- What it is
- Why you went there
- What parts you dislike it
- How you can improve it
As a rule, I frequent various public places in my neighborhood, but if I have to describe one that needs improvement, the local park within a stone’s throw from my house is what I would choose to give you an account.
The park offers city-dwellers a lot of benefits. First, the atmosphere is fresh, and there are many species of plant and flowers to gaze at. It is load off your mind temporarily. Second, the scene of kids running about in the park and seeing them having fun just blows people’s mind, you see, it reminds people of their sweet childhood when they spent most of their free time playing in the park.
However, some improvements need to be in the pipeline is the park hits been around for quite long and lack of security is also a problem. As it is the hub of activities for the city-dwellers, there are people selling lottery tickets, some hawker felling their goods, or children playing about on the lawn. This is quite a pain in the neck for me. I think that as a public place, there should be no business going on, and if people use the facility, they should be mindful of the need to protect the communal asset.
When it comes to the crunch, I would strongly recommend that heavy fines should be placed on vendors and other businesses that spoil the natural landscapes of the park. Besides, there ought to be more signposts warning children and others not tread on the lawn or pick flowers.
QUESTIONS FOR PART 3
Do you think there should be more free public places? Why?
It should depend on the state budget. If the government is Running short of financial resources it’d be irrational to expect more public amenities!
However, the state must make sure that the basic facilities like parks, plazas, squares or marketplaces! should always be free of charge for everyone. This is how we can attract the attention of the citizens in the country.
How should people behave in public places?
They would be well-advised to watch their own code of conduct land behave in the most polite way as possible. To put it in another way, they should talk m a gentle manner, avoid conflict and Strictly conform to the rules and regulations of the place they are paying a visit to. Take the park as a prime example, visitors should really take heed to some signposts warning against kicking the flowers or keeping off the grass. Simply doing this can they show others they are well-mannered citizens.
Where do people like to visit on weekends?
Most people would opt for number of places to pay a visit to or have a blast with their friends at the weekend. The most popular place is the coffee shop as most tend to have a soft spot for catching up on gossip after a long week without much seeing each other. In other words, the Romantic or peaceful setting will give them a chance to talk as much as they want, and enjoy a kip of coffee or milk tea at the same time. The second position belongs to the cinema. Teens in my country would gather their friends to watch a blockbuster every weekend, or simply have a dinner with some chicken and fried chips it the cinema complex.
What city facilities can be used for leisure and entertainment?
Well, there are numerous accessible infrastructures for recreational purposes. The most popular among the youths are the cinema as it would be a perfect spot for them to go to on a weekly basis. They can eat some popcorn while enjoying a blockbuster with their intimate buddies. Another place worth mentioning is the theme parks hat offer a great variety of activities for the citizens, especially the children. You can play the merry-go-round, roller- coaster or swinging, and his can help lease sour minds and relieve your stress.
Do young people and old people go to different places for entertainment?
It depends. First, the generation gap means that different age groups show different tastes when it comes to where they love paying a visit to for recreational purposes. As for the youngsters, they are fond of vibrant spots where there’re lots of activities so that they can take part in and enjoy the atmosphere. On the contrary, the elderly are more into tranquil and serene places to stay away from the crowds and have a peace in their mind. However, on some occasions, we often see older people Accompanying their children or grandchildren to the place they don’t like simply because they want to see the kids having a good time.
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