Tamsui. By Paul Chen. Outline. Starting Questions Sample Conversations (1) A Trip to Tamsui (request) (2) One-day Tour to Tamsui (invitation) Vocabulary Useful Expressions (1) Tourist Spots (2) Local Specialties (3) Activities People Can Do in Tamsui Activity Discussion Questions
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By Paul Chen
Sara: Hey, Michael. I’m just thinking that since we havethe whole day off tomorrow, why don’t we go to Tamsui for a trip?
Michael: Oh, come on. We’ve been there so many times. Don’t you feel tired of it?
Sara:Not at all. In fact, I miss the boat ride we had last time during sunset. It’s so romantic. Besides, I truly enjoy being away from the hustle and bustle of city life there. So I really hope you could take me there again tomorrow. By the way, I remember you like the food there, don’t you?
Michael: Yeah,that’s true. All right then. Let’s go to Tamsui tomorrow. But remember I’m doing this all because of you.
Carrie: Hey, John. What’re you going to do this Saturday? My friends and I are going to Tamsui then. Wanna join us?
John: Actually, I still haven’t figured out what to do this Saturday. What are you planning to do there?
Carrie: We’re thinking of a one-day trip to Tamsui. First, we might take a tour toFort San Domingo around noon. Then we will walk along the riverbank and have a bite of some local specialties. After that, we’ll take a boat ride to Fisherman’s Wharf and enjoy the sunset viewing on the wooden path there.
John: Wow. Sounds like a lot of fun! Count me in!
a bridge in the shape of a boat in Fisherman’s Wharf
sunset at Tamsui Harbor
the wooden path in Fisherman’s Wharf
Tamsui old street along the riverbank