Describe a place in your city that you would like to visit
You should say:
- Where it is
- What people do there
- How you know it
- And explain why you want to go there
As a rule, I go to various spots in my neighborhood, but if I have to describe one that grabs my attention, the recently opened park within a stone’s throw from my house is what I would like to pay a visit, maybe a couple of days later when I get my work done. The reason for putting off this is that recently I’ve been mowed under with working don’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of going there in person.
I hear through the grapevine that there are a bunch of things see in the park, as the hub of activities for the city-dwellers. There are said to be people selling lottery tickets, some hawkers idling their goods, or children playing about on the grass. I haven’t gone there yet, but it seems that there can be more intriguing things
The park interests me for a couple of reasons. First, the atmosphere is fresh, and there are many species of plants and flowers to gaze at. Second, I love kids and seeing them having fun just blows my mind. It reminds me of my sweet childhood when I spent most of my free time playing in the park.
My plan is to organize a small picnic with some of my buddies at university to have a getaway front the Scorching heat this spring. Probably, we will simply c have a good time together n catching up on gossip in the shade of many trees there.
QUESTIONS FOR PART 3
Do you think that landmarks will make a city more famous, why?
Of course it is. Landmarks such as picturesque landscapes or places of historical significance often draw huge numbers of tourists, making a city well-known to the rest of the world. For example, people often visit Canada for its breathtaking views in rural areas or mountainous regions, as well as other coastal cities which offer splendid sandy beaches. Without such attractions, it would be hard to convince foreigners to pay a visit to my country.
What interesting things can we do in big cities?
We can have a lot of fun in big cities. If you like shopping, you could go shopping for beautiful clothes and see the designs of famous brands. We have to admit that major museums are usually located in big cities. In these places, we can appreciate our culture and history. There’re also some amusement parks and leisure centers for people both young and old.
What’s the difference between living in the city and countryside?
I think that many differences could be counted. Firstly, the infrastructure in city is significantly more modem, comprehensive and convenient for traveling than that of the countryside. Additionally, rural citizens’ lifestyle is less competitive and hectic than urban counterparts. A reasonable explanation for this is that development of the economy and technology in vibrant cities is accelerating more than ever before
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