雅思口语Part2话题卡：Describe a home that you visited but did not want to live in 拜访过但不想住的家
Describe a home that you visited but did not want to live in
You should say:
Where it is
What it is like
Why you visited it
And explain why you would not like to live there
A home that I visited but did not want to live in is located in Mohe, which is my father’s hometown.
It is located in the northernmost part of China. It is an apartment that my parents bought in the early 1990s but is mostly leased out to others since my parents are now working in Shenzhen and no longer need to live there.
Well, the apartment was not so big. It is only about 70 square meters big with two bedrooms, a living room, a toilet, and a kitchen. I remember it was quite spacious while I was a kindergarten kid. You know, this article is from Laokaoya website, I could even run around in it. But now, it looks pretty small as I am a grown up and used to living in a bigger room.
Well, I think the main reason why I went there and why I still do is that there are many relatives and friends in Mohe. So, we have to go back at least once a year to visit them. Normally, we would choose to fly there during the Spring Festival as that’s the time when most of us are back from work or school.
Honestly, I don’t enjoy the weather there. You know, the coldest time of the year is about minus-forties °C. When the heavy snow came, everything gets inconvenient. It’s quite common that your delivery would get delayed. So, that’s the decisive factor that makes me feel unwilling to live there.
Part 3 追加问题
Do Chinese people like to visit others’ homes?
What do Chinese people do when they visit others?
What kind of place do people in your country like to live in?
What’s the difference between homes in cities and those in the countryside?