Describe something special you brought back from a tourist attraction
Describe something special that you brought home from a tourist place/Describe something special you took home from a tourist attraction
You should say:
- What is it?
- Where you brought it?
- Why you brought it?
and explain how did you feel about it.
I’m going to talk about a piece of calligraphy that means a lot to me.
It was quite a few years ago when I was a senior in high school. At the time I was preparing for my university entrance exam, feeling worried and nervous all the time.
In order to feel better, I went to a place called ABC, the first university in my country, to buy some lucky souvenirs. The place is situated in the centre of our capital, its architecture typical of the feudal times, looking very distinct from the modern buildings in its surroundings.
At the entrance, I noticed people in traditional clothing offering calligraphy service. I briefly told one of them what I needed and he soon produced a piece of calligraphy that roughly translates to “success in exams”. I happily paid the fee, took a walk around the complex and then went home.
I don’t know whether my lucky calligraphy worked, but I got a very good result and was accepted to my dream university. Till this day, I still have the piece of writing hung in my living room.
- Souvenirs: something you keep or give to remember a special visit or event
Eg: Rose bought a model of a Eiffel Tower as a souvenir of her trip to Paris.
- Surrounding: all round a particular place or thing.
Eg: Rose was too sick to be aware of her surroundings.
- Distinct: clearly separate and different (from something else) Eg: Painting and Poetry are distinct from each other.
- Offer: to give something.
Eg: Rose was offered a scholarship.
- Produce: to create something or bring into existence
Eg: The plants in my garden have produced tomatoes.
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