Part 3 1. What are some of the problems of long-distance travelling?
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1. What are some of the problems of long-distance travelling?
(Give a direct answer to the question) (Explain your reason or reasons) Whether you are travelling alone by car or train, you tend to get bored after a while. But if you are travelling with a group of people, be it, friends or family, it makes the travel lively. If in a car, you can plan on the kind of music you need to play while travelling. If there are older people in the group, you need to know how to keep the travel engaging so that they forget their health problems and enjoy the trip.
2. Has the way people travel changed over the last few decades?
(Give a direct answer to the question) Yes, it has changed a lot. (Explain your reason or reasons)
The lifestyle of people has improved, and so has the economy of the country. Flight rates have come down, and there are luxury trains and buses introduced. So people travel with better comfort compared to yesteryears.
3. What is the best way to save money while travelling?
(Give a direct answer to the question) (Explain your reason or reasons) The best way is to research on the internet. You can compare prices between flights, trains, and buses and decide which is the cheapest mode of transport to a particular destination. Also, you need to plan much ahead of travel, so that tickets are available in all modes of transport. Sometimes there may be offers, which may expire if you book tickets at the last moment.
Bored (adj) - (Zerikkan)feeling weary and impatient because one is unoccupied or lacks interest in one's current activity.
Eg: Tom got bored with playing tennis.
Lively (adj) -(jonli) intellectually stimulating or perceptive, full of life and energy.
Eg: Sita made the conversation lively.
Luxury (noun)-(Hashamatli) a state of great comfort or elegance, especially when involving great expense.
Eg: There was a new luxury bus introduced from Kokand in Uzbekistan.
6. Describe a place you visited that has been affected by pollution.
You should say:
● where it is
● what kind of pollution it has
● what causes pollution
● And explain how you feel about that place
(where it is) A thing of beauty is a joy forever. But it would not be joyful to see the beauty fade in
front of your eyes. It so happened to me with the pink city Jaipur in India. It is no more pink. It has turned to some sort of a shade of orange.
(what kind of pollution it has) (what causes pollution) The report published by the World Health
Organisation attributes the majority of pollution to the improper channelling of energy from industry and transport sectors, coal-fuelled power plants, desert dust and burning of wastes. The air quality index in Jaipur has come down. The place which was once the abode of English Royals is now strewn with garbage. There are no proper arrangements to sort and dispose of it. There are no strict rules in place for open air emissions. There are no programs to shift to cleaner options for electricity and discontinue the use of coal. The negligence from the government has given the city a pathetic look.
(explain how you feel about that place) I was heartbroken. It did not feel good to see the city in
ruins. I was so enraged that I wrote a column in the local newspaper to control the air pollution in Uzbekistan. I vented out with my friends. I’m hoping that the city will return to its royal pink very soon.
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