hi guys, there are anyone who want help me with one exercise? well I would be happy if someone could tell me if there are any mistake in this report. A DAY IN FLORENCE -The decision: Two years ago, when I and all my friends had finished our exam, we decided to do one day trip to somewhere. After a little conversation, we decided to go to Florence, it was the best decision because Florence isn’t far away from Pisa ad the trip wouldn’t be expensive. -what we did: we took a bus at 9 a.m. and we arrived about at 10 a.m. the weather was wonderful and we walked around Florence and we visited the most famous places: The Cathedral, the river, the bridge and so on. We had eaten our food that we bring from home at lunch and after we went to the “Uffizi”, a famous art museum. We enjoyed so much there and we learn a lot about artists. -Conclusion: It was a different day, I had never been in Florence before that day, and I saw new wonderful place and monument. I think my friend also enjoyed this trip and we decided to come back someday together.
Feb 18, 2017 1:00 PM
Answers · 6
A couple of years ago, after finishing our exams, my friends and I decided to go on a one-day trip. After a little discussion, we decided to go to Florence. It was the best decision because Florence isn't far away from Pisa and also the trip wouldn't be expensive. We took a bus at around 9 AM and arrived Florence at around 10 AM. The weather was pleasant for sight-seeing. We walked around Florence and visited The Cathedral, The river, The bridge, and other famous places. We packed our food from home and had our lunch after visiting "Uffizi", a famous art museum. We had a great time there and learnt a lot about artists. It was a memorable day. I had never been to Florence. I got a chance to see new and wonderful places and monuments. I am sure that my friends would also have enjoyed that trip. We would like to visit Florence again sometime in the future. ****** I hope this helps ********* Thanks!
February 18, 2017
Still haven’t found your answers?
Write down your questions and let the native speakers help you!