雅思口语part2话题卡：Describe something you enjoyed doing with a group of people 一群人的欢乐时光
Describe something you enjoyed doing with a group of people
You should say:
What it was
Where you did it
Who you did it with
And why you think it was enjoyable
The experience I am going to tell you is that I went to the Tekapo national park, located on the southern island of New Zealand. To get there, I first flew for approximately 12 hours to arrive at Christchurch and then spent 3 more hours on the coach, a long exhausting journey. But I am telling you when I got there, I realized it was totally worth the effort.
I went there with a bunch of classmates about three years ago when we just graduated from high school, completed the college entrance exam, and turned 18. To celebrate those significant events in life, we decided to have a trip to someplace far away from home. And after a lot of consultation and discussion, we chose New Zealand as our destination and the Tekapo national park as a stop.
We did what other tourists would do there, sight-seeing. The park is established around Lake Tekapo, which is famous for its remarkable turquoise-colored water. On the shores on the lake, you will see the beautiful church of the Good Shepherd, where the altar window frames a perfect view of the Southern Alps beyond the lake.
However, what really makes this tour special and enjoyable is the night. The lack of light pollution makes the park a great place to appreciate the sky, which would be speckled with stars. As a person who was born in the city, grew up in the city and still lives in the city, I had never seen such a marvelous view. I could literally see the Milky Way, which I had only read about in the book, lying over my head. It was like the fairy tale had come true. Both my classmates and I were amazed by the scenery.
Part 3 追加问题
What kinds of jobs need people to work in a team?
What can parents do with their children to make them happy?
How can children improve their social skills?
What are the benefits of boys and girls playing together?