1. Do you like to walk?
Walking is unavoidable especially when you live on campus. You go to school on foot, you go to buy food on foot, you walk here and there everyday. There are days that my legs actually killed me. Therfore, I have to say that walking is not my cup of tea, although I have to walk on a daily basis.
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On campus (n) the grounds and buildings of a university or college
Here and there (idiom) in various places
Not one’s cup of tea (idiom) not what one likes or is interested in
2. Do you like to walk on your own or with others?
Say if I’m in a hurry, I just walk or run as fast as I can, no time for chit-chat right? But even when there’s a plenty of time, walking is ideal to calm down, breath in some fresh air and enjoy the world outside in silence. So I think I’m more into walking on my own.
In a hurry (idiom) going somewhere very quickly, usually because you are late
Chit-chat (noun) informal conversation about unimportant matters
To calm down (n) to feel more relaxed
To be into something (idiom) to be interested in something
3. Would you say that your city is a good place for walking?
Walking is not as popular as it used to be in my city, as more and more people prefer riding a motorbike. So currently there are fewer parks and walking areas for residents. Moreover, walking under such hot weather and heavily polluted air is definitely not a good idea. So I would not recommend my city as a good place for walking.
Resident (noun) a person who lives in a place permanently
4. Do people in your country walk a lot?
Nowadays they don’t walk as much as they used to in the past. Private transportation is becoming more affordable and diverse in terms of price, design and quality. You may easily catch sign of the middle-aged and the elderly walking in the park or on the street, and they all look like they are enjoying themselves.
Diverse (adj) of various kinds or forms
Middle-aged (adj) being in the time in a person’s life between youth and old age
5. Do you think that we need to walk more?
Absolutely. Walking is the most convenient and simple exercise. Not only do people of all age can do it, but it also encourages us to get outdoor to change a bit of our surroundings, thereby helping us relax and stay balanced.