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1. Topic : “Favorite Person”
You should say:
- What do you like about the person?
- Tell about the achievements of the person?
- How has the person affected your life?
I have met a lot people in this world, and I have mostly not liked the people I have met. I personally feel that it is very difficult to consider a person as your favorite person as, we as human being keep on changing our opinion.
There is a person in this world who I consider to be my favorite person in the world. My favorite person is Mr. James. James is a very successful businessman in Canada. I met him for the first time when I was studying in Canada. He came to my college to deliver a lecture about business management, and since then I formed a unique kind of bond with him.
After the lecture I developed a relationship with him which ultimately resulted in our friendship and I came to know about his life. He started his business roughly 9 years ago and now he is a well established businessman. He had only $100 in his pocket for the first time he started the business and now he has a net worth of $ 100 million. Besides adding the zeroes he also contributed a lot of towards the educational industry.
Before meeting this person I used to come up with all kinds of excuses for not working, but after meeting him I realized that when a person wants to do something by the grace of God he gets all the strength to do it. I used to leave my work to the next day, but after meeting James I realized that there is no next day, we should try to complete everything now. I started organizing my life and now I can say that I am managing my life in a good way. He affected my life in a very positive way and now I can easily say that he is good person and motivator for me.
You should say:
– What is the song about?
– When did you first hear the song?
– Why is it your favorite?
Honestly speaking, for the most part, I would probably say that I have a great passion for listening to music and indeed I have listened like thousands of songs so far. However, if I have to pick out a song that I like the most, I would probably choose the song Million Years Ago by Adele. By gorgeous lyrics and melody, it’s like a piece of cake for Adele to make me addicted tothis song. A significant feature that I should mention is the song’s meaningful content. It is a regretful callinginside an adult who has born his soul on the way of growing up and earning his stripes. Every now and then I feel he is so desperate that he could do anything to escape the cycle of his life but after all he can’t afford to do so. The reason why I am so fond of this song has something to do with the fact that it provokes so many beautiful memories from my childhood. Although this song is a sad song, it opens my eyes to many things in life, one of them is that you should not take anything for granted, even the simplest one, try to live to your fullest so that one day you would not have to regret that much about the journey that you have been through. Fairly speaking, Million Years Ago is a really good songs for self – reflecting especially when you find yourself lost in the super busy world nowadays.
- Passion (n): strong and intense emotion, love
- Pick out (phrasal verb): to choose
- Piece of cake (idiom): something very easy
- Be addicted to something (expression): be devoted to a particular activity or thing
- Calling (n): a strong urge to a particular way of life
- Earn someone’s stripes (idiom): Do something to show you deserve a particular rank or position
- Every now and then (expression): occasionally, from time to time
- Provoke (v): stimulate or give rise to something
- Open one’s eyes to Something (idiom): make someone understand something
- Take something for granted (idiom): fail to properly appreciate ST
- Reflect (v): think deeply and carefully about something.
3. Topic: “Describe something you make by yourself. “
You should say:
- What the thing is?
- How do you make it?
- Why do you like it?
I guess I could begin by saying something about what this thing is. In fact, I am not that meticulous and patient therefore the things that I have created by myself can be counted on the fingers of one hand. However one thing that made me really proud of is the kite that I made when I was 7 years old. In fact, it was also the very first thing that I created all the parts from scratch. Another part worth mentioning is the making process of this toy. Well, my kite had the shape of a diamond and was made mainly of paper. Considering the fact that I had never done anything like this before, it’s not astonishing to say that I spent almost three days in a row to complete just the fundamental parts. The first step was attaching paper to a bamboo frame. Although this sounds quite simple, it was absolutely not as easy as a piece of cake since I had to keep the balance for the kite. After that, it came to the issue of assembling lots of colorful light weight pieces in order to make the tail. The thorny part was ensuring the flying ability of the kite even when it was attached with a long tail. Until now, I still remember the gorgeous feeling when I completed the toy which was considered as a treasure back then. I guess this was mainly because it gave me a sense on own achievement and pride whenever I played with it or talked about it to my friends. In my childhood, the whole world was just as simple and funny as a party to be thrown – like a famous singer said.
- Meticulous (a): showing great attention to detail
- Count something on the fingers of one hand (idiom): say that something is really scarce
- Start from scratch (idiom): start from the very first part
- Fundamental (a): basic and important
- In a row (idiom): continuously
- Assemble (v): put together
- Piece of cake (idiom): easy and not requires lots of effort
- Thorny (a): very difficult
- Ensure (v): to make sure
- Gorgeous (a): very pleasant, beautiful and attractive
- Throw a party (idiom): to hold, to arrange a party.
4. Topic: “Describe someone you know who is good at cooking”
You should say:
- who this person is
- how you know him or her
- what kinds of food they cook
- and explain why you think this person is good at cooking
I’m going to talk to you about my friend Annabelle. She’s the best cook I know and she’s made lots of great meals for me. I know that every time I go around to her place to eat that I’ll be given something wonderful.
Annabelle isn’t a professional chef or anything like that- although I do think that she could easily make a living as a cook. In fact she’s a lawyer and has a full-time job that means she can only ever cook in her spare time.
I first got to know Annie when we were at college together. We were both first year students and didn’t know anyone else and we became close because we lived next door to each other in the accommodation block. Even back then she was a terrific cook and she would invite me over to her room on a regular basis. Neither of us had much money but while I survived on a diet of marmite sandwiches, she would make soups and stews – the sort of really practical food that lasts for a while and can be re-heated and costs very little to make because the ingredients are so cheap.
What kind of food does she cook? Well, she’s got a little more adventurous since out student days and she now has a huge variety of dishes. She’s quite experimental and so you can never quite tell what kind kind of food will be served up when you go around. It could be traditional French cuisine, a Spanish paella or even a curry.
I think what makes her so good at cooking is that she loves food herself and she loves entertaining people. She makes food that she thinks people will enjoy.