Câu trả lời mẫu 1:
Well, Delhi is the capital of India and by far the largest city in the country. It’s a densely-populated place, so the city is always crowded and noisy. Also, Delhi has the highest number of vehicles, therefore traffic congestion is a norm here. Also, it has a very rich history. For this reason, it’s really popular with tourists who come to visit our wonderful temples and experience Indian culture. It’s never boring to live here as the city provides a wide array of entertainment options. It is also home to our government and all major institutions.
Câu trả lời mẫu 2:
Tell me a little about the place where you live I live in Hong Kong. And I should say it’s a truly unique place. When people generate an image in their heads of what Hong Kong looks like, they envision a concrete jungle. They imagine movies with famous skyscrapers dominating the skyline. Yeah, this is true that there are lots of skyscrapers here. But actually, it’s the biggest misconception about Hong Kong ’cause almost 65 percent of its territory is parks, beaches, and mountains. And there are lots of amazing hiking trails. Another interesting fact is that Hong Kong is one of the world’s most expensive places to live in. Despite this, it’s one of the most heavily populated cities in the world. Nearly 7,5 people live here. So there is a lot of busy city life going on here, day and night. And it’s one of the world’s most densely populated areas too, especially Hong Kong island. It has a population of more than 1 million people although it’s relatively small. It takes just one hour to travel from one side of it to the other. Since the population is very dense, it is very common for apartment buildings to have forty floors and for apartments to be very small. That’s probably the only thing that makes me upset, but I’m used to it. As I’ve said before Hong Kong island is quite small, so everything is linked quite closely, and the underground system is really efficient. It can take you anywhere you want to get to. I love living here.
Câu trả lời mẫu 3:
My hometown has just about one hundred thousand people which is regarded as a small one. But despite its small size, people have full access to the same facilities as a large city offers such as department stores, schools, cafes, hospitals… You name it. So I never feel trapped or limited in opportunities. There aren’t many vehicles here, so it isn’t noisy and polluted. What is really important is that there are no traffic jams even during rush hours.