You should say:
- What is that stadium’s name
- Why is it important
- What is that stadium used for
Honestly to tell the truth, I have to admit that I am not a big fan of sports as well as keen on watching them through media channels. Therefore, the number of stadiums that I know can be counted on the fingers of one hand. Among them, I would like to share some facts about Paradise Stadium which is usually responsible for hosting lots of important events in terms of national and international level. The first thing about this stadium that I have to refer to is that it is a multi – purpose stadium located in a suburban commune. Although this stadium has a seating capacity of 50,000, every now and then, it is able to accommodate even a larger number of audiences. Since the event of official grand opening in 2003, it has served as one of the most integral stadium not only for the city but also for the whole country. Now with reference to the point of what people usually come there to. Obviously, the chief purpose of coming to a stadium is to encourage, support the events as well as immerge themselves into an energetic atmosphere of sports. There is no doubt to confirm that Paradise Stadium is almost irreplaceable due to its reputation and well – equipment. The proof is some essential events namely the Olympics Games, and the Champions League were all hold at this stadium. In addition, besides sports, it is also an ideal place for organizing various events in terms of culture, economics and society.
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QUESTIONS FOR PART 3
1. Where do people play sports?
It is common for people to play sports in the parks, on sports fields, and in gym clubs. For example, on sports fields football, badminton and running are all popular, while in the gym people can do various exercises using the equipment, such as running, walking or weightlifting.
2. Are there many stadiums in your country?
Yes. There are a wide range of stadiums of various scales. For example, in small cities, we have small stadiums with a seating capacity for around 200 people or more. In big cities, stadiums can seat thousands of people.
3. What are the benefits of having stadiums in the city?
Firstly, all-seater stadiums in urban areas are built to meet the spectators’ demand to watch matches or sports competitions.
Secondly, the construction of stadiums will bring economic benefits to the city and the country as a whole. New stadiums generate many jobs, in the construction phase. The revenue of the city is also increased thanks to the tax from ticket sales and businesses nearby the stadium.
4. Do you prefer indoor sports or outdoor sports?
I prefer outdoor sports to indoor ones because playing sport outside such as cycling or mountain climbing allows me to breathe fresh air, in the countryside and to help ward off any future respiratory problems . Best of all, it gives me a sense of freedom and chances to make more friends.
5. What are the benefits of group sports?
Playing sports as a team brings various advantages. Besides health benefits, by taking part in team sports, people can develop cooperation and teamwork skills, socialinteraction skills, self-discipline, patience and persistence. They can also overcome shyness and build confidence.
6. In what ways can children benefit from doing sports?
It is very advantageous for children to play sports. In addition to improving their stamina and developing their muscles, they can build their confidence and communication skills as they encounter many people who share their passion for sport.
7. Should young people try dangerous sports?
Personally, I think youngsters ought to play sports which are suited to their standard of health. Even though dangerous sports such as heli-skiing and mountain climbing are very appealing to most young people, they will be injured if they are not strong enough and don’t have sufficient skills in those sports.
- Weightlifting (noun): the sport or activity of lifting heavy weights
Example: You have to be very strong to practise the sport of weightlifting, but it’s a great way to build up your muscles.
- Seating capacity (noun) the maximum number of spectators that the stadium can accommodate in seated areas
Example: Paradise Stadium has a seating capacity of 100,192 seats
- All-seater (adjective): in which every spectator has a seat
Example: Nobody will have to stand in the new stadium, it’s all-seater.
- Generate (verb): to produce or create something
Example: The proposal has generated a lot of interest.
- Phase (noun): a stage in a process of change, development or construction
Example: The new building is almost finished – it’s in the final phase of construction.
- Revenue (noun): the money that a government receives from taxes or that an organization, etc. receives from its business
Example: Advertising revenue finances the commercial television channels.
- Ward off (phrasal verb): to protect against danger, illness or attack
Example: Take Vitamin C to ward off colds and flu.
- Respiratory (noun): connected with breathing
Example: City dwellers tend to suffer from respiratory problems due to the air pollution.
- Self-discipline (noun):
the ability to make yourself do something, especially something difficult or unpleasant
Example: It takes a lot of self-discipline to go jogging in winter.
- Persistence (noun): the fact of continuing to try to do something despite difficulties, especially when other people are against you and think that you are being annoying or unreasonable
Example: His persistence was finally rewarded when the insurance company agreed to pay for the damage.
- Overcome (verb): to succeed in dealing with a problem that has prevented you from doing something
Example: She overcame her fear of flying, and she now travels regularly by air.
- Advantageous (adjective): good or useful in a particular situation
Example: It you travel to the USA, it is advantageous if you know some English in order to communicate with people there.
- Stamina (noun): physical strength to do some activity for a long time Example: It takes a lot of stamina to run a marathon.
- Heli-skiing (noun): the sport of flying in a helicopter to a place where there is a lot of snow on a mountain in order to ski there
Example: Dangerous sports like heli-skiing and mountain climbing are very appealing to most young people.
- Appealing (adjective): attractive or interesting
Example: Brightly colored packaging made the pens especially appealing to children.
- Sufficient (adjective): enough for a particular purpose; as much as you need Example: These reasons are not sufficient to justify the ban.