雅思口语词句学习之Shopping Places 购物场所
Tell about a shopping place you like best.
You should mention:
where it is,
how often you go there,
and why you like going there.
Please read the topic carefully. You will be asked to talk about it for 1 to 2 minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.
What does it sell?
Are the things expensive there?
Are there other kinds of shops near the place?
What kind of things do you like to go shopping for?
Do you like going there with other people?If so ,whom do you usually go with?
Are you satisfied with the service there?
Are you good at bargaining?
Do you often go to large malls to buy things?
Comparing with small shops, what are the advantages of large department stores and supermarket chains?
What should shopkeepers do to improve their ability to compete with others?
I like to go shopping in a mall of the downtown area. It is called City Square Mall. Located in the center part of the town near the city museum, City Square Mall is famous for its variety of commodities and cheap prices.
There are many street shops and specialty stores with lost of very fashionable clothes and accessories.
Plus, there are always sales going on and you can bargain over items you want to buy.
I buy most things in the mall, because everything there seems not expensive and the payment is always quickly handled.
I’m a compulsive shopaholic that I have to shop at least twice a week. However, due to my recent tight budget, I’ll have to try to reduce it to only once a week.
My friends and I like to “dig”for goodies in small street shops, which often spread out throughout the town.
I enjoy shopping at supermarkets. I love to see those beautiful things from shelf to shelf which I do not badly need. And supermarkets are convenient because you can get everything you want there.
Because of the guarantee of the quality of the goods, I prefer shopping in some monopolistic shop where the goods are more expensive.
Small shops offer a more personal service and special items which large ones don’t provide .
Small shops are very near to people’s homes,so people are happy to pay a slightly higher price instead of travelling a long distance.