Talk about beautiful places for sightseeing in your country. Use the English vocabulary and tourism and sightseeing below, beside your own words.
English Vocabulary for Tourism and Sightseeing
|Attraction||Noun||something interesting or enjoyable that people want to visit.|
|Castle||Noun||a large building usually with high, thick walls and towers that was built in the past to protect against attack.|
|Exhibition||Noun||a public show of something|
|What a great view!||Exclamatory|
|used to express your interest when you see beautiful scenery.|
mountains are nice
|a view of natural features (such as mountains, hills, valleys, etc.)|
|Cable car||Noun||a vehicle that hangs in the air from a cable that pulls it up|
and down mountains.
|Photograph/photography||Noun||a picture made by a camera. Photo means ―light and the|
English suffix -graphy means either “writing” or a “field of
study”. Thus, photography means ―writing with light.
|Greenery||Noun||green leaves or plants.|
|Landscape||Noun||an area of land that has a particular quality or|
|Skyscraper||Noun||a very tall building in a city.|
|Panoramic view||Noun||a full and wide view of something.|
|Let`s go sightseeing||Common|
|used to make a suggestion when you would like to go sightseeing with someone else.|
|Noun||a person who leads or directs other people on a journey.|
|Temple||Noun||a building for worship.|
|The Grand Canyon||Noun||a large and deep valley in the U.S., in Arizona. It is said to be a very beautiful place.|
|The Statue of Liberty||Noun||A statue at the entrance to New York Harbor, a symbol of welcome to immigrants. It was a gift from France in 1886.|
|The Eiffel Tower||Noun||A wrought-iron structure erected in Paris in 1889. With a height of 984 feet (300 m), it was the tallest man-made structure for many years.|
|The Space Needle||Noun||The Space Needle is an observation tower in Seattle,|
Washington, a landmark of the Pacific Northwest, and a
symbol of Seattle. It was built in the Seattle Center for the
1962 World’s Fair, which drew over 2.3 million visitors,
when nearly 20,000 people a day used its elevators.
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