Apr 12 2010
Last week you talked in groups briefly about your native city. You had a lot of questions that you could ask the other people in your group. These were the questions:
- What’s the name of your native city? Where is it located in your native country? What kind of city is it? Is it big, small, urban, rural, industrial? Is it near mountains, lakes, deserts, forests, rivers? What’s the scenery like?
- What kind of museums are there in your native city? Are they very well-known?
- What’s the weather like in your native city? Are summers hot and winters cold? Does it snow? Does it have lightning and thunderstorms? Is it foggy?
- What kind of buildings are in your native city? Where do people live? Where do people work? Where do people shop?
- If some people were planning a trip to your native city, what advice would you give them? What would you tell them to be sure to do there? What would you tell them to avoid?
- What are some similarities and differences between San Francisco and your native city?
I would like you to write a paragraph about your native city. You do not have to answer all the questions. You can choose which questions you would like to answer, or you can write something that doesn’t answer any of my questions at all. I will respond to your post.