Taipei Zoo. By Paul Chen. Outline. Starting Questions Sample Conversations (1) Invitation & Declining (2) Expressing Different Feelings toward the Same Thing Vocabulary Useful Expressions (1) Indoor Display Areas (2) Outdoor Display Areas (3) Formosan Animals Activity
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By Paul Chen
Milton: Hey, Rose. Where’re you headingfor?
Rose: Hi, Milton. My sis. and I are going to Taipei Zoo today. Wanna join us?
Milton: Thanks, but no thanks. I just went there with my friends last Sat. It was really crowded!
Rose: Indeed. It’s always filled with people during holidays and weekends. That’s why we are going today, since we both have the day off.
Milton: Lucky you…. Okay now, I’d better go work now. Wish you fun today.
Sara: Melissa, did you ever visit the Nocturnal Animal House in Taipei Zoo?
Melissa: Yes. But I just visited it once when I was in primary school and never set foot in it from then on.
Sara: Why? Recently I found it interesting to see various cute and furry little animals inside the House. Besides, the owls there always remind me of those in the Harry Potter stories.
Melissa: Are you kidding? I don’t even like the House at all. I always find it creepy to stay inside and have so many little creaturesstaring at me. It actually makes me very uncomfortable.
Sara: Okay then. I guess different people simply feel differently toward the same thing. However, I’m still happy to know how you feel about the Nocturnal Animal House.
Indoor Display Areas: 室內展示館
Outdoor Display Areas: 戶外展示區
Formosan Animals 台灣原生動物：
(Except on Chinese New Year's Eve)
(No entry after 4 p.m.)
You are not allowed to