Describe something of yours that you would like to replace.
You should say.
what it is;
what you use it for;
how long you’ve had it;
And explain why you would like to replace it.
1.What are other things that you want to replace?
2.What kinds of things do young people like to replace?
3.Do old people in China like to hoard things?
4.Who do you think will want new things, children or old people?
5.What's the difference between new things and old things?
I have a sports watch that I use to monitor my heart rate and also help me record my fitness activities. It is a bit old and outdated now, so it's time for something newer and more up to date. Sports watches that regulate your health have become wildly popular these days and everyone should have one. They keep you disciplined and aware of your own health, which is vitally important.
I use the watch to count the step I take each day and keep tabs on my heart rate and other exercise related data. It gives me a report and then suggests ways I can tweak my exercise routine. I have come to rely on this watch to keep me slim and trim. If it weren’t for this watch I think I would be chubby and out of shape and certainly out of breath!
I have had this watch for about two years, and even though that's not a great deal of time, in terms of this type of technology, it is long enough. Technology changes with the wind and it's important to keep abreast of these advances.
I fancy a newer sports watch with a sleeker design and all the modern bells and whistles. Recently, the market has been flooded with lighter and faster watches with the latest health monitoring technology. I want a bright red one that beeps and flashes and keeps me in tip top shape.