- May I have your full name please?
- Would you please tell me a little bit about your profession? What do you do?
- Do you like your job?
- Is your job relevant to your field of study?
- Is your job rewarding?
- How long have you been in this profession?
- Have you been in this job position for four years?
- Mention some of your favorable recreational activities.
- Why do you think it’s necessary to have recreational activities?
- I’m trying to get a better and better: I’m trying to get better and better.
- In your point of view: from your point of view
- It seemed you did not initially know the meaning of recreational activities. However, you correctly asked for clarification.
- As a leisure time: as a leisure activity / in my leisure time
- We’re some humans: we’re humans.
- Release (v): /rɪˈliːs/
Part 2: Topic Card
|Describe a precious gift you have recently received.|
You should say:
- There was no any reason: there was not any reason / there was no reason
- Professor: /prəˈfes.əʳ/ US /-ɚ/
Part 3: Follow-up Discussion
- How is it important to pick an appropriate gift for someone?
- How do you react when you receive a gift that you don’t like?
- Have you heard of this proverb: “Never look a gift horse in the mouth”?
- Are you in the habit of giving gifts to others?
- Is it rude to return a gift?
- Do you think it’s necessary to reciprocate a gift?
- Is it necessary to find an occasion to gift gifts to others?
- To pick a gift up for someone: to pick a gift for someone
- Pick means select. Pick up means lift.
- With many pleasure: with much pleasure
- Bridging a gap between my friends and I: … between my friends and me
- I don’t call it impolite action: I don’t call it an impolite action.
- It is not an action that I do: … that I take
- You have this potential to give gifts to others: this eagerness / excitement
- Release: /rɪˈliːs/