- May I have your full name please?
- What shall I call you? Do you want me to call you Sasan?
- Sasan, where are you from?
- How long have you been practicing English?
- Do you prefer to study English alone or with your friends in groups?
- What do you want to learn English for?
- Do you have a lot of friends?
- How much time do you spend socializing with your friends?
- What’s your idea about keeping pets instead of socializing with friends?
- In the field of your word: in your field of work
- “Nuclear friends” does not make a common collocation. We do have nuclear family, though.
- The circle of my friends is not that tangible or eye-catching: … is not that large.
Part 2: Topic Card
|Describe a memorable place you have visited.|
You should say:
- It’s important to pronounce proper nouns, such as names of people, places, hometowns, etc., e.g. Persepolis, accurately in English.
- It interest me a lot: It interests me a lot.
- I learnt a lot from that building: … those buildings.
- Persepolis is a combination of buildings.
- You could not respond to all of the question items listed above. You should learn to manage your time more effectively.
- Persepolis: /pər-‘se-pə-lis/
- Infrastructure: /ˈɪn.frəˌstrʌk.tʃəʳ/ US /-tʃɚ/
Part 3: Follow-up Discussion
- How often do you go on a trip?
- Do you prefer camping or booking a hotel, and why?
- Do you normally travel alone or with friends?
- How could traveling impact upon you?
- Do you travel by using the public transport system or your private vehicle?
- One per year: once a year
- There was a long pause in one of your responses.
- I can take a trip and enjoy my time: … and enjoy myself.
- … go on a trip with my private car: … in my private car
- Familiar: /fəˈmɪl.i.əʳ/ US /-jɚ/