Describe a place you visited ( Not Your Hometown ) That you recommended others to live in
- Where is the place?
- How do you get there?
- What does it look like?
- And explain why you like this place and often go there.
Sample Answer of Describe a Place You Visited ( Not Your Hometown ) that You Recommended Others to Live In
I visited the Bonny kingdom. It was September 2020 when our ship sailed towards that region. We were at sea for three months, loading crude oil in the region. The Bonny people are peace-loving people. We were free to visit them in the community, to make friends and know more about a different area other than our home town.
While our ship was at anchorage in the sea, we called on local fishermen to come and take us to the community with their speedboat. From the sea to shore is just 30 minutes drive on a speedboat.
The Bonny kingdom is an island surrounded by waters, and it is an oil-rich community where multinational companies are doing business drilling for crude oil and other mineral resources. At the same time, the local indigene’s main occupations are fishing and farming.
Bonny island is an industrial area where one can get a nice job within a week of arrival. The villagers on the island are good farmers and fishermen. Hence the cost of living is extremely low and affordable. Furthermore, the multinational companies built nice accommodations at a cheap rate, and I often visit Bonny island as the place is nice.
Part 3 Questions Describe a Place You Visited ( Not Your Hometown ) that You Recommended Others to Live In
Question 1:- What type of apartment do most people in your country like to live in?
Answer – In my country, I like to live in a duplex apartment with a garden where one can plant crops and relax in the cool of the day in the evening.
Question 2:- Do people in your country like to invite others as guests?
Answer – No, people in my country don’t like inviting guests, because a lot has happened recently, such as stealing, kidnapping and raping, etc. Hence, guests are not invited to their homes for safety reasons. Appointments can be made in any hotel for guests to meet if the need arises.
Question 3:- Do people take gifts when they visit each other?
Answer – Yes, they accept gifts from each other, as its an expression of love and care.
Question 4:- What is the difference between the houses in the city centre and the suburbs?
Answer – Edifices are seen mainly in the city, while in the suburbs, smaller structures are seen, again in houses in the city are clustered to prevent the flow of fresh air, while in the suburbs, houses are not clustered. Furthermore, the hoses in the city are expensive compared to the houses in the suburbs.
Question 5:- What facilities do young people and old people like in your country?
Answer – There are many facilities for young and old people like in my country, the gym where people go for various exercise, a pleasure park where families go for relaxation and the zoo where people go and see wildlife.
Question 6:- What is the difference between the countryside and the cities’ facilities?
Answer – Facilities in the city are well maintained while that in the countryside are not maintained, there more facilities. In the city, while few are in the countryside.
Question 7:- Which do you prefer to live in a city or visit it as a tourist?
Answer – I prefer visiting the city as a tourist, because the city is overpopulated, and the cost of living in the city is so expensive. Hence I prefer I visit for tourist only.
Question 8:- Why do some people want to go to college far away from home?
Answer – People want to go to college far from home to avoid distraction from siblings in other to focus squarely on their studies.
Question 9:- How do people get to know about new places?
Answer – People get to know about new places through an advert on television, radio and the internet.
Question 10:- What is a popular attraction that people like to visit in your country?
Answer – The popular attraction people like to visit in my country is the Zulu waterfall. From 5 kilometres, you will hear the noise of the waterfall, and around the area of the water, fish have been caught. It is a great place to visit.
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