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Places can seem different at different times of the day. Choose a place you know well and describe it at two different times of the day

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Places can seem different at different times of the day. Choose a place you know well and describe it at two different times of the day. Old Trafford Football Stadium As you approach the colossal 76,000-seater stadium at 10:00am on a splendid, sunny Saturday morning, there is hardly a soul about. There may be a family or two going to the modern megastore, possibly to procure the latest replica football t-shirt, or a new football for their offspring to engage in physical activity on the local field, one day dreaming that they will be able to play on the Old Trafford lush playing surface inside the immense stadium. ...read more.

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The strong aroma of greasy, fried onions, burgers and hot dogs makes your stomach 'rumble' as the odour washes the atmosphere. The away supporter's chants are soon cleverly disguised by the much louder Manchester United fans. There seems to be a sense of excitement buzzing around the stadium, especially by the younger generation of people, who may never have been to a spectacle as good as this before. At 2:30pm people begin to buy their official match-day programme, crammed full of detailed information about the quality teams playing. As you enter the stadium, you can hear people talking contently together. "Cristiano Ronaldo is a great player, his tricks, his pace and his aerial ability are a great asset to Man United" is often heard being conversed between fellow fans in the tight terraces. ...read more.

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As the game kicks off, there is an electrifying buzz in the remarkable atmosphere, as you hear songs about the players. As a goal goes in, the crowd cheer triumphantly, applauding the quality effort of the player who scored the goal. With 10 minutes of the game to go, some brainy supporters begin to leave the stadium, as they don't want to be stuck in the crowds at the end of the tremendous game. They sprint swiftly towards their lavish cars and drive considerately away into the distance. About an hour after the game has been completed, most satisfied people are away from the stadium but some unfortunate fans still remain on the congested road, stuck in heavy traffic obstruction which could be there for at least another hour or two. Paul Mather 10WS 21st May 2007 Page 1 of 2 ...read more.

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