You should say:
- What is that place
- Why do you like to go to that place
- When will you go
Honestly speaking, I have a myriad of destinations on my must – visit list around the world. However, if I have the opportunity to choose one city, I would probably pick London, which is one of the most prominent capitals around the globe. I guess the reason why I am desired to visit London has something to do with the fact that ever since I was a kid, I have always been amazed by how gorgeous and unique the architects in London are. There are also some interesting facts about London that I want to witness in real life. One of them is the fact about Big Ben tower. So far, many people see the tall clock tower and think that it is Big Ben. But in fact, Big Ben is a giant thirteen – ton bell inside the tower that is rung every two hours by a two hundred – kilogram hammer. The real name of the Bell is the Great Bell of Westminster. Buckingham Palace is also so appealing to me since it is the home to the Queen of England and many tourists to London says that enjoy watching the changing of the guard ceremony that takes place in front of the Palace’s gate. There are many other elements that make London so tempting to me. Pay this amazing city a visit in the future is one of the items in my wish – list.
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QUESTIONS FOR PART 3
1. What kind of jobs are easy to get in a foreign country?
In today’s society, thanks to the great strides in technology, I think that jobs related to this sector will be the easiest ones for expatriates to get in foreign countries.
Especially, in English-speaking countries, there are abundant jobs for IT employees such as computer programmers or mobile app developers, regardless of their nationalities, as long as they have sufficient qualifications and skills.
2. Should young adults work abroad?
Yes. It is useful for youngsters to take up a job abroad at least once, because they are energetic and enthusiastic enough to experience new things that may be obstacles when they get older.
Working overseas is a great opportunity for young people to meet different types of people and gain global understanding of their industry. It also provides them with experiences and skills that they would never get at home.
Not only that, most young people are energetic and adventurous; therefore working abroad provides them with opportunities to travel more, and be exposed to different cultures, which will result in higher level of knowledge and cultural sensitivity.
3. Why do many people want to work abroad?
There are various reasons behind the preference of people to work in foreign countries.
Firstly, working abroad is good for their personal growth. In addition to a higher salary, moving overseas or even getting a temporary contract abroad will give people opportunities to meet potential customers or partners who will help them further their career.
Secondly, expatriates can experience new cultures and a greater mix of backgrounds that will give them invaluable perspectives in all aspects of life, including work.
- Strides (noun): advances or improvements in the way that something is developing
Example: Since I started at a new school, I have been making great strides in my studies.
- Expatriate(s) (noun): a person living in a country that is not their own
Example: My family lived as expatriates in Hong Kong before I was born
- Abundant (adjective): existing in large quantities; more than enough
Example: We have abundant evidence to prove his guilt.
- Take up (phrasal verb): to start or begin something such as a job
Example: He takes up his duties next week as the head of the department.
- Experience (verb): to have a particular situation affect you or happen to you Example: When I lived in Japan, I experienced a very different way of life.
- Obstacle (noun) a situation, an event, etc. that makes it difficult for you to do or achieve something
Example: A lack of qualifications can be a major obstacle to finding a job.
- Adventurous (adjective): willing to take risks and try new ideas; enjoying being in new, exciting situations
Example: For the more adventurous tourists, there are trips into the mountains with a local guide.
- Be exposed to (expression): introduced to, not protected from
Example: I was exposed to a completely new culture when I first went to the USA.
- Sensitivity (noun): the ability to understand other people’s feelings
Example: She pointed out with tact and sensitivity exactly where he had gone wrong.
- Further (verb): to help something to develop and be successful
Example: Although the salary was low, she took the job to further her career by learning all about the fashion industry.
- Invaluable (adjective): extremely useful Example: The research should prove invaluable in the study of children’s language.
- Perspective (noun): a way of thinking about something
Example: The book gave me a new perspective on Indian culture.