Does it rain much in China? (Where? When?)
ls there any part of China where it doesn't rain much?
When (in what month/season) does it rain most in your hometown?
In which season does it rain most in other parts of China?
Can you remember any time when it rained particularly heavily in your hometown?
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Who' s your favorite pop star?
Do you want to be a pop star?
Do you like to go to concerts?
Do you prefer live music or recorded music?
How do you remind yourself to be on time?
Why are some people always late?
Do you think it is important to be punctual?
What will you do if you are waiting for someone?
Do you think people these days are as punctual as they were in the past?
Do you know your neighbors?
Do you like your neighbors?
What do you think of your neighbors?
How often do you see (or talk to) your neighbors?
When do you meet your neighbors?
What' s your attitude toward jewelry?
What kind of jewelry do you like to buy?
Why do so many people choose to buy expensive jewelry to maintain value?
How often do you wear jewelry?
Do you often do housework at home?
Do you think men and women should share housework?
What kind of housework do you usually do?
What kinds of housework do you dislike to do?
Did you help your parents to do housework when you were young?
Do you think it' s important for children to do some housework?
What's (the name of) your hometown (again)?
Is that a big city or a small place?
Please describe your hometown a little.
How long have you lived there?
Do you like it?
Do you like living there?
Describe a rule at your school that you agree or disagree.
You should say:
What it is
Why it is made
What are the consequences of breaking the rule
And explain why you agree or disagree
Should companies have rules?
Should companies decide how long the working hours are?
What kinds of rules do Chinese families have?
Do you think strict rules are necessary in schools?
Should students involve in rule-making?
Though I really love my school life, there is one rule that I could hardly agree. We are all required to wear the school uniform every day. I know that this rule is made to ensure that we wouldn’t distract our attention from study or we wouldn’t compare with our classmates on something like brand clothes. But it is really distressing to wear the same clothes everyday, not to mention that the school uniform are all very loose and especially not friendly to short and thin girls. Besides, since we are not allowed to wear other clothes, shoes become the only thing that could distinguish us from other people. So shoes, especially brand shoes suddenly has become what everyone likes. If any student breaks the rule intentionally, they would face severe punishment, which is detention. It seems that teachers are especially fond of this kind of punishment and they would order anyone who violates the discipline to detent. In my opinion, the reason why teachers, including parents, are positive about the uniformed dress or detention is that it requires little effort, and they believe if children will learn to be disciplined if they are punished.
I am totally against the rule because I think as teenagers, we have the right to express our comprehension of beauty by choosing the clothes we wear. More importantly, it is a sign of respect and confidence. I think the right value should be nurtured through guidance, not harsh rules.
Describe an interesting place that few people know
You should say:
Where it is
When you go there
What you can do there
And explain why few people know there
What kinds of tourist sites are popular in your country?
What can government do to prevent pollution in tourist sites?
What are the advantages of visiting less known places?
What are the disadvantages when there are too many tourists in one site?
Well Beijing is a city with many well-known museums, like the Capital Museum or Beijing Museum. But there is another museum in Beijing that few people know and that is Beijing Railway Museum. I come to know this museum through a friend Jim. He is a big fan of trains and he knows all the history and background stories about trains. What the Railway Museum to him is what a Disneyland to a 7-year-old girl. It is not until he told me about this place that I came to know there is really a museum of trains. I guess most people who know little about trains hardly know this place. It has exhibited more than 50 trains, whose years date back to 1881 to 1993. In the Railway Museum, you can see the first steam train in China, some other trains named after Chairman Mao and General Zhude, and trains made by other countries like England, US, Japan, Russia and Belgium.
It is an interesting place, especially to little boys and also grown-ups who are crazy about trains. These old trains are like big toys to them. They fancy every train they see. The different colors, shapes and styles also leave a deep impression on me. Walking in the museum, I seem to feel the passage of time.