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People in colorful suits skiing in the mountains

QUESTIONDo you ski in the winter?

Task instructions

  • You were asked the question above by a FOREIGN FRIEND.
  • Write TWO of your thoughts and reasons for your answer to the question in English.
  • Write approximately 25–35 words.

Try to use the words "snowy" and "outdoor" in your answer.

Japanese man in small restaurant

QUESTION: Do you like to eat out?

Task instructions

  • You were asked the question above by a FOREIGN FRIEND.
  • Write TWO of your thoughts and reasons for your answer to the question in English.
  • Write approximately 25–35 words.

Try to use the words "although" and "tasty" in your answer. 

man in bed clutching two pillows to his head

QUESTIONAre you a morning person or a night person?

Task instructions

  • You were asked the question above by a FOREIGN FRIEND.
  • Write TWO of your thoughts and reasons for your answer to the question in English.
  • Write approximately 25–35 words.

Try to use the words "hour" and "sleep" in your answer.

money coins girl hands close-up

Your uncle gave you $50 (€40) for your birthday. Write an email thanking him for the gift.

White woman, laptop, work, pajamas, window, typing, computer, technology, people, girl

You were just matched up with a pen-pal who lives in another country. Write an email introducing yourself and telling them a little bit about your country.

young white man and two white adults in room laughing

Imagine that you are going to study abroad and will be staying with a family for 3 weeks. You have never met each other. Write an email introducing yourself to them.

child looking out train window in the rain with a sad expression

What place would you never want to travel to? Why not?

Use all the elements of a strong answer in your writing. (See Examples and hints.)

Ladder reaching to the moon

What is your ambition? Do you have any secret wishes? What are they?

One man helping another on a computer

Describe a time when you went above and beyond the requirements for a project.

Be sure to include:

  1. a description of the project;
  2. what you were expected to do;
  3. what you did beyond the expectations; and
  4. how your actions contributed to the success of the project.
Man and woman holding protest signs at a rally

"Civil disobedience" is when you break the law or social rules on purpose to bring attention to a cause (a principle or aim that a group supports or fights for) and push for change. People may be arrested when performing civil disobedience.

  • Is there a cause you think is worth being arrested for? What is it, and why do you feel that way?

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