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Describe a street market or outdoor market that you have visited
You should say:
- What it is like
- When you went there
- Why you went there
And how you felt about it
This cue card reminds me of the time I paid a flying visit to one of the most popular flower markets in Hanoi, which I would like to share with you today.
3 years ago, on a trip to Hanoi with my boyfriend, I decided to spend a sleepless night wandering around the city and Quang An night flower market was our last stop. It was located in Tay Ho District and was best experienced between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. This market was only open at night, beginning around 12 a.m, when local vendors began selling a wide variety of roses, carnations, and daisies.
This flower market was more than just a place for locally grown flowers; it was also home to some of the world’s most famous flower brands. Domestic and exotic flowers from China, Korea, Vietnam and even the Netherlands, which is well-known for its flower production, were found around the market.
I spotted floods of photographers, locals and young couples who escaped here for the romantic atmosphere and scenery. The view was absolutely out-of-this-world, and the enchanted world full of intense and vibrant natural colours truly blew me away. I also took the chance to buy a bunch of tulips and snap some amazing photos with my boyfriend. Overall, it was such an unforgettable memory for both of us.
- Pay a flying visit: đến thăm nhanh
- Wander (v): đi xung quanh
- Local vendor (n): người bán hàng rong
- Carnation (n): hoa cẩm chướng
- Daisies (n): hoa cúc
- Out-of-this-world (adj): ngoài sức tưởng tượng
- Blew s.o away: làm ai đó choáng ngợp
- Take the chance: giành lấy cơ hội
Part 3: Street markets
1. Do you think small markets in your country will disappear as a result of shopping malls and supermarkets?
As a result of urbanization and changes in State policies – not to mention the impact of big superstores and online shopping – food and goods markets in many towns and cities around the world are in danger of disappearing. However, most markets in Vietnam have been in operation for hundreds of years, and they are among the best places in our country for experiencing the daily lives of its local population. Not only a place to exchange goods and produce, flea markets are closely associated with Vietnamese culture and lifestyles. That is a major reason why I don’t think they will ever become a thing of the past.
- Urbanization (n): đô thị hoá
- State policy (n): chính sách của nhà nước
- Closely associated with s.o: liên kết chặt chẽ với điều gì
2. What are some types of markets in Vietnam?
The first type of market that comes across my mind is floating markets, representing Vietnam’s unique culture along the Mekong Delta. Taking advantage of the river, people go right along the banks and use their boats to set up shops. Some floating markets are open all day long but are busiest in the morning. In addition, minor ethnic communities mostly visit the markets found in mountainous areas. Apart from trading activities, these markets are also a hub of cultural exchange. Held once or twice a month, these markets are seen as an event within communities. People dress up and travel very long distances to reach these markets, and sometimes locals spend an entire day commuting to get there.
- Floating market (n): chợ nổi
- Ethnic community (n): dân tộc thiểu số
- Hub of cultural exchange (n): trung tâm trao đổi văn hoá
3. What problems will outdoor food bring?
Eating outdoors, despite being a great experience to immerse in the local culture, can increase the risk of food poisoning. Food can be exposed to contamination from insects, pests, animals and dust. Bacteria grow more easily when food is stored in the temperature danger zone of between 20 and 30 degrees celsius, which is common in Vietnam’s tropical climate. Facilities for cleaning and hand washing may be inadequate, and clean water is not always available in the great outdoors. On top of that, food served in street stalls is often high in fat, cholesterol, and sugar, which are detrimental to one’s health if consumed at a large amount.
- Immerse in s.th: đắm chìm vào điều gì
- Food poisoning (n): ngộ độc thực phẩm
- Inadequate (adj): không đầy đủ
- Detrimental (adj): có hại
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