1. The festival activity starts in 1960s
2. The number of local artists: 325
3. Name of the band: University Festival
4. Audience: international students
5. The most popular fair type: photography
6. Venue: car park
7. Children can use clay to make models
8. looks like real animals
9. The color of free double-deck bus: purple
10. Where is the bus which needs to pay: close to the entrance
1. What’s (the name of) your hometown?
2. Is that a big city or a small place?
3. Do you think it’s an interesting place?
4. How long have you been living there?
5. Do you like your hometown?
6. What do you like (most) about your hometown?
7. Is there anything you dislike about it?
8. Do you think you will continue living there for a long time?
Otters have long, thin bodies and short legs - ideal for pushing through dense undergrowth or hunting in tunnels. An adult male may be up to 4 feet long and 301bs. Females are smaller, around 161bs typically. The Eurasian otter’s nose is about the smallest among the otter species and has a characteristic shape described as a shallow ‘W’. An otter’s tail (or rudder, or stern) is stout at the base and tapers towards the tip where it flattens. This forms part of the propulsion unit when swimming fast under water. Otter fur consists of two types of hair: stout guard hairs (up to 20mm long) which form a waterproof outer covering, and under-fur which is dense and fine, equivalent to an otter’s thermal underwear. The fur must be kept in good condition by grooming. Sea water reduces the waterproofing and insulating qualities of otter fur when salt water in the fur. This is why freshwater pools are important to otters living on the coast. After swimming, they wash the salts off in the pools and then squirm on the ground to rub dry against vegetation.
The line graph below shows the percentages of people of different age groups going to the gym every month in Europe from 1994 to 2010.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.