雅思口语part2话题卡: Describe a building you like 描述一个你喜欢的建筑物
这道雅思口语话题卡是关于建筑的，老烤鸭小编曾经在17年的时候稍稍提及过于一篇与建筑相关的话题卡，Describe a tall building， 那么这次老烤鸭小编就觉得稍稍把那篇高的建筑物拿过来继续一个再加工。各位烤鸭们这次遇到的这道题相比上次那道高楼建筑来说难度系数会小一些，因为这次的题卡并没有对楼的高度进行限定。所以，各位烤鸭们可以根据自己生活中，比如旅游中的所见所闻进行选材。
Describe a building you like
You should say
What it is
Where it is
When you went there
How you know about this building
And explain why you like it
The building that I am going to talk about is the HUANGHELOU, which is called the Yellow Crane Tower in English. It is a traditional Chinese tower located in Wuhan, in central China. This building was built originally in the early probably 220 A.D. and has been renovated in the 1980s.
The first time I went there was probably 10 years ago when I was a teenager. My family to me to Wuhan for travel, and we then booked the tickets to see this building near the Yangtze River.
This Yellow Crane Tower is somewhat different than those Chinese towers that I have seen before. It was not very tall compared with the Famen Temple Tower, but it has its own unique legend in it, and this tower-like building looks pretty historical. This article is from laokaoya website. Do not copy or repost it. Some well-renowned Chinese poets like Li Bai had written some literary masterpieces there.
Why am I so fascinated by this building? Well, I feel that the most important reason is that the mysterious legend that tells that a Taoistic god and his divine crane has some connection to this building which really drives me curious. Plus, it is also an antique building that helps enhance my understanding of the ancient history in China.
Part 3 追加问题
How do people in China feel about old buildings?
Do old people and young people in China have the same attitudes towards old buildings?
Is it important to preserve old buildings? (Why?)
What aspect of culture do old buildings reflect?
How do old buildings affect the appearance of a place?