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Describe a place you visited where the air was polluted.
- You should say
- Where the place is
- When you visited.
- Why the air was not good.
- And explain how you felt about the place
- Pollution is everywhere nowadays.
- It’s difficult to find a place where the air is not polluted.
- Here, I would like to talk about the city which I visited, and I found that the air was very
- Last year. I happened to go to New Delhi with my parents
- We had to go to visit some relatives.
- There was a function in their house.
- We went by train
- Then we hired a three wheeler.
- As we were sitting in the water, I started feeling a burning sensation in my eyes, and my
eyes started watering.
- I looked at my parents, and I felt that they were also feeling the same.
- We live in Punjab and a small town in Punjab, and I realised that the air is much less polluted
here than in Delhi.
- I noticed that the local people there were not having much problem.
- Perhaps their eyes were used to that pollution.
- Released to relatives house, and then washed my face with cold water.
- I felt some relief after that
- My uncle told me that Delhi is probably one of the most polluted cities in India.
- The main reason for this is that the development of Delhi has largely been unplanned, and
the industrial units in Delhi are spread over residential and commercial areas and not
- Another reason why Delhi is more air polluted, as compared to other cities is that it has a
- The Himalayas obstruct, the escape routes of air.
- Stubble burning also contributes to the air pollution in the region
- During the winter months the stubble burning in Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan cause a
thick blanket of Smog cover over Delhi.
- Air pollution affects human health severely
- There is a higher prevalence of chronic bronchitis where there is more air pollution
- I was happy that I was just visiting Delhi and that I was not living there permanently.
- I really feel pity on my relatives who permanently reside in Delhi.