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CHOCOLATE
1. Do you like sweets or chocolate?
2. What’s your favorite flavor?
How often do you eat chocolate?
4. When was the first time you ate chocolate?
5. Is chocolate popular in your country?
Why do people like chocolate?
7. Do you think people use chocolate differently now than in the past?
8. Is chocolate good for our health?
9. Have you ever given chocolate as a present to someone? Why?

Sample Answers:
1. Do you like sweets or chocolate?
Well, chocolate is my all-time favorite. After working my butt off all day long, I
usuallydecompress with a chocolate bar.
2. What’s your favorite flavor?

To be honest, I’m addicted to chocolate, I do have my all-time favorite flavor,
which is the white chocolate. Since I have a sweet tooth, dark chocolate would be
too bitter for me. Meanwhile, milk chocolate just isn’t sweet enough. So white
chocolate is just a perfect fit.
3. How often do you eat chocolate?
Well, although it’s quite pricey, I usually buy myself a box of hand-made dark
Belgian chocolates when I receive my wages.
4. When was the first time you ate chocolate?
To the best of my recollection, it was 20 years ago when I ate chocolate for the
first time. The 7-year-old me was over the moon/on cloud nine/deliriously
happy when eating something that moreish. Now that my taste changed though,
still I enjoy having some dark chocolate after working hard all day long.
5. Is chocolate popular in your country?
There are a variety of chocolate brands with different price range and quality
available in the market nowadays. Thanks to the health benefits that it offers for
human, consuming chocolate at a suitable level is encouraged. The sweetness of
chocolate also makes it a common present that men choose to give their beloved
women in special days, especially Valentine’s Day or International Women’s Day.
6. Is chocolate good for our health?
Scientifically, chocolate provides human a number of health benefits. Firstly,
eating chocolate helps improve our mood and lift our spirits, even when
we’re under pressure. Secondly, consuming chocolate at a reasonable amount is
good for cardiovascular system. Interestingly, chocolate has been proved to
contain antioxidants, which benefits women as well. However, if people have an
over-consumption, it can pose a dire threat to their bone density.
7. Do you think people use chocolate differently now than in the past?

Well, I have never ever thought about it. However, I suppose that people living in
this modern life prefer eating chocolate than their ancestors. In my country, the
number of chocolate consumption is on the rise, especially in young consumers.
8. Have you ever given chocolate as a present to someone? Why?
Yes. The sweetness of chocolate also makes it a common present that
people choose to give their beloved ones in special days, especially Valentine’s
Day or International Women’s Day.

PUPLIC TRANSPORT
1. What form of transport do you prefer to use? Why?
2. How often do you take buses?
3. Can you compare the advantages of planes and trains?
4.How much time do you spend travelling on a normal day?
5. Would you ride bikes to work in the future?
6.What will become the most popular means of transport in your country?
7. Do you prefer public transport or private transport ?

Sample Answers:
1. What form of transport do you prefer to use? Why?
Without any doubt I would say motorbikes. You can see people driving a
motorbike all over the place in my country. Almost everyone travels by
motorbike. The reason why motorbike is so popular I think is due to their
reasonable price and convenience. They also extremely varied in terms of size,
color and quality, thus a wide variety of choices is available for everyone.
Vocabulary
Without any doubt/There is no doubt that (expression) a phrase expressing
certainty or agreement; yes
A wide variety of (collocation) a number or range of things of the same general
class that is distinct in character or quality.
2. How often do you take buses?
Almost every day. Since my house is so far away from my university, it’s
impossible for me to travel by motorbike. In addition, the air is heavily polluted
by exhaust fumes and traffic jams always take place, especially during peak
hours. Thus, I’d prefer to take the bus, to save time, save gasoline and causing less
pollution.
Vocabulary
Exhaust fumes (n) waste gasses or air expelled from an engine, turbine, or another
machine in the course of its operation.
Traffic jam (n) a line or lines of stationary or very slow-moving traffic, caused by
roadworks, an accident, or heavy congestion.
Peak hours/Rush hours (n) the busiest hours

3. Can you compare the advantages of planes and trains?
Planes and trains regularly depart and arrive on time. Plus, there are many
convenient facilities catering particularly to certain groups of passengers.

However, traveling by plane is clearly time-saving and enjoyable in terms of on-
board services like meals or comfortable seats, while traveling by train offers you

a chance to see the world outside, admire the views from their seats. It’s totally a
great experience for most train-travelers.
Vocabulary
On-board services (n) provided on or within a vehicle
Cater (v) provide with what is needed or required
4.How much time do you spend travelling on a normal day?
I have to commute from my home to my workplace on a daily basis. It normally
takes me 30 minutes to travel back and forth.
5. Would you ride bikes to work in the future?
Definitely not. Riding a bike means you’re exposing yourself to the unpredictable
weather and to air pollution. What is worse, I’m afraid the main streets or the
highway are too dangerous for cyclists, as cars, motorbikes and buses will travel at
a very high speed. Thus I’d rather ride a motorbike or take the bus instead.
Vocabulary
Unpredictable weather (n) to not able to be predicted; changeable
6. What will become the most popular means of transport in your country?

I think buses will take the lead. You can travel the distance without much worries
about ticket price or rainy weather outside. Also new buses now offer better
services like comfortable seats for the elderly or good air conditioning systems.
Vocabulary
To take the lead (v) to start wining a reace or competition
7. Do you prefer public transport or private transport ?
I think I’d prefer public transport. It’s much more inexpensive and because it can
contain a large number of people, it helps ease the intensity of traffic jams during
peak hours and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions caused by vehicles. Private
transportation is more costly in terms of fees, taxes and gasoline.
Vocabulary
Intensity (n) of extreme force, degree, or strength
Greenhouse gas emissions (np) the emission into the earth’s atmosphere of any of
various gases, esp carbon dioxide, that contribute to the greenhouse effect

HOUSE
1. Do you live in a house or an apartment?
2. Which rooms do you like most in your house? Why?
3. Is there anything about your house that you would like to change?
4. Tell me something else about your house.

Sample Answers
1. What kind of housing/accommodation do you live in?
For the past 21 years I have lived in a house with my family. And I think if I can
move out and start making a living on my own, I would try my best to have an
independent placewhere I can plan and design a house layout to suit myself since
sharing a room or a flat with strangers sounds so troublesome to me.
Vocabulary
To afford (v) to be able to financially support/have enough money to pay for Sth
Suit myself (v) to do exactly what you like/want
Troublesome (adj) causing difficulty or annoyance
To make a living (v) to earn enough to support one’s self
2. What do you usually do in your house/flat/room?
Well definitely I’ll spend some me-time there. I study, I chill out by
reading, drawing and dancing all by myself. Sometimes I also invite one or two
friends to spend time with. We’ll watch some movies together and tell each other
endless stories.
Chill out (phrasal verb) relax
Me-time (phrase) time for one’s self alone
To do Sth all by one’s self (phrase) to do Sth alone
3. Who do you live with?

I live with my family. There are 5 of us and we all have our own room, which is
way more comfortable as the older we grow, the more privacy we need for
ourselves. I think our house is big enough for us yet still a warm and cozy place
that I call home.
4. How long have you lived there?
Although during my childhood my family had to move a lot, I’ve lived in the most
recent house for almost ten years. Comparing to the old houses, I think this house
has been the best so far.
5. Do you plan to live there for a long time?
The answer would be yes if the respondent is my parents, since moving in and out
is too time-consuming and exhausting. Cleaning and arranging everything all over
again would be liketorture to them. For me, on the other hand, as I’m thinking of
moving out to start my adult life, hopefully soon I’ll be able to afford to live in a
flat or an apartment.
Vocabulary
All over again (idiom) used for saying that you do the whole of something
again starting from the beginning, or that the whole of a long process happens again
Torture (n) great physical or mental suffering
6. What’s the difference between where you are living now and where you
have lived in the past?
As I’ve already mentioned my family moved several times when I was younger.
And the most current house where we’ve been living for about ten years is the best
house so far. All of us have separate rooms for our need of privacy yet a big dining
room where we can spend the whole evenings together watching TV or having
dinner.

Vocabulary

Need of Sth/doing Sth (phrase) circumstances in which something is necessary;
necessity
7. Can you describe the place where you live?/ Please describe the room you
live in
Briefly, my humble house locates in a small and quite street, so coming home to
me is like all the craziness happened outside is left behind. Just beside my house
stands a big old tree. I have my own room with walls painted violet, which is kinda
a peaceful color. The air outside is fresh. I usually open the window to enjoy the
wind and sunshine, which will help cool down my room without an air conditioner.
Since I spend most of my time staying at home, my room means the whole world to
me. It’s like a friend who is always there to share ups and downs with me. So
yeah, I would always miss my house, my room whenever I’m away.
Vocabulary
Humble (adj) having or showing a modest or low estimate of one’s own
importance
To help (SO) do Sth (v) to make it easier or possible for (someone) to do
something by offering them one’s services or resources.
To share ups and downs (v) together being through good and bad times
To be away (adj) to or at a distance from a particular place, person, or thing
8. Which part of your home do you like the most?
It’s the dining room where my family spends our time together. Not only lunch or
dinner but all our family reunions take place in the dining room where we can
enjoy a harmoniousatmosphere. We always try to keep the family dinner as
something we cannot go a day without, since for us it’s the family bonding that
lies behind.

Vocabulary

Family reunions
Harmonious (adj) having agreement or consensus
To go a day without Sth/doing Sth (v) to feel not necessary to do Sth on a day

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