Describe a water sport that you would like to try in the future
You should say:
- What it is;
- When and where you would like to play;
- Whether it is difficult or not;
- And why you would like to try.
Off the top of my head, the first water sport that I’d like to give a try in the future is swimming. In all honesty, I’m a newbie when it comes to swimming. I have no idea how to swim, I just never learned how to.
My friend told me it’s a little tricky to learn how to float in the water at the beginning, but after I grasp that skill, the rest will be a piece of cake. I think it’s really important to stick to practicing on a regular basis; otherwise, all the efforts trying to learn how to swim will be wasted.
Fortunately, even though I never learned how to swim, there are a ton of places near me where I can practice and learn. For example, I can sign up for a swimming class for beginners at my university. Besides, a new swimming center was just built in our neighborhood, which makes it a breeze to sign up for classes.
Anyway, as for why I want to learn swimming, well… I’ve heard a lot from my friends that swimming can do wonders for building body shape. It involves the activity of each and every muscle in your body, which helps strengthen the body and promote good health. Plus, other kinds of watersports, like diving, sailing, or surfing, are more difficult for me. The intensity of the thrill of those sports makes me worry about my own safety. So, honestly, swimming feels much safer to learn as a sport.
off the top of one’s head: If you say something off the top of your head, you say it without thinking about it much before you speak, especially because you do not have enough time.
in all honesty/seriousness/truthfulness: said when expressing your opinion honestly, seriously, or truthfully
have no idea: to not know something
a piece of cake: If you think something is very easy to do, you can say it is a piece of cake.
sign up: to agree to do something, or to join a course or organization
be a breeze: If you say that something is a breeze, you mean that it is very easy to do or to achieve.
work/do wonders/miracles (for/on/with somebody/something): to have a very good effect (on somebody/something); quickly succeed