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Describing Cities

Where are you from? What's it like? What's the weather like? What cities do you like? Tell me about ______.
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statue
We went to the _____________ of Liberty.
stay
I usually ________ at home on the weekends. = do not go out of the house.
visit
I want to ________ my friends in LA next week. =go to a place to see people or things.
village
A very small city is a __________.
town
A small city is a _________.
city
San Francisco is a big ________ in the U.S.
suburb
An area or city with a lot of houses near a big city is a ___________
states
California, Nevada, and Oregon are ___________.
route
= the way you go when traveling. Ex. What is the best ______ from here to L.A.?
ocean
The o________ is very cold near San Francisco.
coast
This town is on the _________. = touching the ocean
mountains
This village is in the ____________.
river
His house is near a ________.
lake
I want to swim in the ______.
island
Hawaii is a big ________. = land with water all around it.
north
He lives in the __________ part of town.
south
She lives in the ________ part of the city.
east
They live in the _______ part of the city.
west
We live in the ________ part of of the town.
tourist
He is a __________ visiting San Francisco.
resorts
In Hawaii there are many ___________ on the beach. = a place where a lot of people go for vacation.
capital
Ex. Washington D.C. is the __________ of the U.S.
hometown
= the place where you are from. Ex. My _____________ is a small town in California.
ferry
We took a _____________ to Alcatraz.
freeways
There are many big _____________ in California.
trip
Did you have a good _______? = time you are traveling.
taxi
We took a ___________ because it was late at night.
bus
He usually takes a ___________ to school.
airport
My friend picked me up at the ___________.
flight
The f__________ to New York takes about 5 hours. = travel by airplane.
take off
We will _____________ from San Francisco at 9am. = when an airplane goes to the air.
land
We will __________ in San Francisco at 10pm. = when an airplane moves to the ground.
check in
We need to ____________ when we get to the hotel. = give your name when you go to a hotel or airport.
decided
He d__________ to go to L.A. = to think and make a plan.
rich
= has a lot of money. The opposite of poor is _______.
poor
= has no money. The opposite of rich is _________.
expensive
The opposite of cheap is ____________. Ex. $20 for a cup of coffee __________
cheap
The opposite of expensive is _____________. Ex. 10 cents for a cup of coffee is very ____________.
friendly
= people who are nice and smile. Ex. They are very ___________.
convenient
This store is very ___________. = It is close and has everything, so I do not need to go to another store.
beautiful
= nice to look at. Ex. We saw a _____________ sunset.
safe
The opposite of dangerous is _________.
clean
Her hands are _________. = The opposite dirty
dirty
His hands are __________ =The opposite of clean
dangerous
This guy looks _______________. = the opposite of safe
comfortable
= something that feels nice. Ex. This chair is really ________.
quiet
= no sounds or talking. Ex. Shhhhhhh. Please be _______.
noisy
= there are many sounds that are not nice. Ex. The bus and cars are very ________ in the city.
building
That's a tall ___________.
train
There is a __________ station.
subway
We take the ___________ to work.
traffic
There is a lot of _________ in the city. = many cars
street
There are many trees on my _________.
parks
There is a big park near my house.
field
There is a rice ________ near my house.
stadium
There is a big _______ near the city.
market
There is an outdoor _________.
mall
There is a big indoor _________.
castle
There is an old ________.
amusement park
We went to an _________.
museum
We went to an art __________.
hospital
There is a ________ near my house.
post office
There is a ________ near my house.
library
There is a _________ near my house.
ruins
There some old ________ outside of town.
beach
We went to the ________.
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