Do you love sunshine? What are the benefits of sunshine?
What do you love to do and hate to do under sunshine?
Do you think it’s difficult to learn a foreign language/English?
Can you speak any other language expect English?
What do you do for learning a second language?
What’s your favorite animal?
Do you keep a pet?
Do people in your country like to keep pets? What kind of pets?
Do you often go to the zoo?
What’s the benefits for children to go to the zoo?
4.Lateness and being on time
Are you often late for something?
Do you think it’s important to be punctual?
How important is it?
5. Gifts & toys & birthday & party
what was the best gift you have ever got?
you love to get gifts or send gifts?
do you love keeping old toys? why.
what are the important birthdays for Chinese?
how do Chinese normally celebrate their birthdays?
do you love partying?
do you always go to parties?
6 Your Home (Your Accommodation)
1. Can you describe the place where you live?
2. What do you usually do in your house/flat/room?
3. Are the transport facilities to your home very good?
4. Please describe the room you live in.
5. Is there anything you don't like about the place where you live?
6. What kind of decorations does it have?
What do you think about your high school?
What was your favorite subject?
What was the subject you disliked most?
Do you prefer indoor or outdoor activities?
Are they the activities you loved when you were a child?
What activities are suitable for children?
9. Your Work
1. What work do you do?
2. Why did you choose to do that kind of work?
3. Do many people in your country choose to do that type of work?
4. What are your responsibilities at work?
5. Do you remember your first day at work?
6. What did you do on your first day at work?
7. Did you like your first day at work?
8. (Similar to above) How did you feel on your first day at work?
9. Do you think the first day at work is important?
10. (Similar to above) Do you think a person's first impressions of a new
job are important?
10. Your Studies
1. What subject(s) are you studying?
2. Why did you choose to study that? / Why did you choose to study
3. Do many students in your country study that subject?
4. (Similar to above) Is that a popular subject to study in your country?
5. What school/university do you attend?
6. Why did you choose that school/university?
7. What do you plan to do after you finish your studies?
8. Your First Day at University
9. Did you like your first day at university?
11. Your Hometown
1. Where did you grow up?
2. What was it like when you were a child?
3. Has it changed much?
4. Would you say it was a good place to live?
5. Would you say your hometown is a good place for tourists to visit?
6. What do you like about your hometown?
Do you like taking photographs?
How often do you take photographs?
When (or, in what situations) do you take photographs?
(Similar to above) What do you like to photograph?
Do you prefer to take pictures of scenery or of people?
What types of party do people have, and why are parties important?
Why do you think some people like parties but others hate them?
Do you think parties will become more popular in the future?
People have parties to celebrate special occasions like birthdays, weddings, or the beginning of a new year. I think it's important to celebrate these things because they are landmarks in our lives.
Most people like parties because they have a good time at them - eating a nice meal, chatting to friends, or having a dance. People who don't like them might find social situations difficult because they are shy, or maybe they don't enjoy having to make small talk with people they don't know.
No, I don't think anything will change. People have always had parties, and I'm sure they always will in the future. Humans need to socialise and enjoy themselves, and parties are one of the best ways to do that.
A comic star
A friend you haven’t seen in a long time
A wise person you know
A type of sport you do
A wild animal
Something you learned in times of hardship
A gift you received when you were a child
A popular product made in your country
Something you saved money to buy
An old object in your family
A film you disliked (uncertain so far)
Describe something you saved money to buy:
What it is
What it’s like
How much it cost
Why you saved to buy it
|Something I saved money to buy was my I phone. I phone is the most popular phone worldwide made by apple. It’s not just a phone but it’s also a trend. Personally I’m a huge apple fan so I like to keep up with the latest products. I remember seeing an ad about the new I phone 5s and I decided I’m gonna save up to buy it because of all it’s new functions and upgrades. You know it has a better camera and a better processor. It’s quite expensive, like around 5500 RMB. For me, it’s a really big deal and I had to cut down on unnecessary luxuries to save up for this. I think the main reason I bought it was simply because I’m an apple freak I wanna keep up with the latest trends and the advertisement was just so appealing to me that I couldn’t resist.|
1.Tourism is playing a more and more important role in our country's economy. Since the opening up of our economy, the number of tourists has increased dramatically, and this is a useful source of foreign currency for the country. I think for some places it has become almost a lifeline. For example places like Dali and Sanya depend so much on tourism that I think they would literally disappear without it.
2. The impact. That's a big topic, where do I start? Well, I guess we can say that technology is something that changes the pace of life without us really realizing it. Suddenly things are faster to do; travelling, communicating and computing are all faster, and then we get used to that increased pace and we don't think of it as being special any more. I happen to think the impact can be quite a positive one, if we direct this new efficiency in the right direction. My concern is when this technology starts to make us less and less sociable to one another and makes us more impersonal.