Describe an interesting person from another country
You should say:
Who this person is
What this person does
Why this person is interesting
And explain how you think of this person
Well, I am going to talk about a foreign teacher named John who is a very interesting person. He is from Los Angeles. He has been living in China for more than five years, but still he could hardly speak any Chinese. The subject he taught is the US history and culture. In his class he told us many interesting stories about him, like how he decided to come to China and how he thought of Chinese food. He told us that at first he was very lonely and then he met a family who treated him warmly. Now he became a close friend to the family, and he is especially close with the little girl in the family. He also told us that his favorite food in China is dumpling. He told us so many interesting stories that his words often caused us to laugh. Nowadays I can hardly remember what I have learned in his class about the US history but still I remember his jokes and stories.
John is a humorous and kind-hearted person. He has influenced me a lot with his positive attitude toward life. He treasures the time spent with families and friends and he wholeheartedly love his days in China. Though we have lost contact for years, I often wonder what has he been doing now.
Do you think communicating with foreigners is a good way to learn about foreign culture?
What are the disadvantages of working for an international company?
What kinds of problems will people have when they travel or live in a foreign country?
Do you like to make friends with people from other countries
a subject of science
Describe a subject of science that you learned in secondary/high school
You should say:
What it was
What you learned
What do you think of the teacher
Explain how you felt about it
Is science an important subject in your school?
In what ways people learn about science?
Would men learn science faster than women?
Is science popular in your country?