Describe a place you like to visit but you don’t want to live there cue card

  Describe a place you like to visit but you don’t want to live there cue card

Describe a place you like to visit but you don’t want to live there
  Describe a place you like to visit but you don’t want to live there

- -What place is it
- -When do you visit that place
- -How you feel about it
- -Why you don’t want to live there 

Well, India is a diverse country due to its geographical regions. 

There are a lot of beautiful places to visit. 

In my life, I have visited many places but nothing beats home when it comes to comfortable living. 

But here I would like to talk about the place where I usually visit but I can’t stay there for a long time. 

The place is Rajasthan which is very beautiful and has become a tourist attraction. 

Rajasthan is one of the most historically and culturally rich states in India, 

luring several thousand people from across the world to take in its fascinating sights and experiences 

Last year, on summer vacation my family and I visited there. We went by our own car and enjoyed a lot during travelling. 

We visited many places include Mehrangarh AMER Fort, City Palace, Hawa Mahal and also Ranthambore National Park. 

It was a magnificent experience to visit and feel the essence of real Rajasthan. 

But the weather of Rajasthan is not suitable for everyone, it is very hot, No moisture in the air. 

It's temperature reach up to to 50' Celcius and heatwaves make it worse. 

I have to face a lot of difficulties if I think about to live there. 

So this is the place ..........

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Follow Up questions    Describe a place you like to visit but you don’t want to live there cue card


1. What type of apartment do most people in your country like to live in?

Well, it depends on whether a person is living in the city or the countryside. In small cities, most of the people live in independent houses. Only a few metropolitan cities have high-rise buildings. In the rural areas, people either live in houses built out of mud or brick depending upon their financial status. One more interesting fact is that majority of the population in my country lives in rented accommodation.


Do people in your country like to invite others as guests?

Yes, people in my country absolutely love to invite others as guests. In fact, in our culture, the guests are given the status of Gods. Normally, people like to invite each other for dinners during the holidays. I believe that Indian culture gives a lot more value to relationships as compared to the western world and that is why people here love to develop strong bonds with their neighbors and relatives.


3. Do people take gifts when they visit each other?

Well, I feel that this is a tradition, which is now slowly dying out. Earlier people were very formal about the relationships and they never went to someone else’s house empty-handed. People used to carry fruits or some other items like clothes during their visits, but I see this trend is changing now. People are becoming more casual and do not consider it important to take a gift when they are visiting someone. The gifting process is now limited to the holiday season or special occasions like birthdays and anniversaries.


4. What is the difference between the houses in the city Centre and the suburbs?

There are many differences between the houses located in posh areas of the city and those located in the outskirts. The primary difference is the price, the houses in city centers are generally expensive, whereas those in suburbs are generally more affordable. Another reason why people move to suburban areas is that because they can build large houses there and these areas are less crowded as compared to city centres. Naturally, there is ample parking space and less traffic congestion in the suburbs.

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