What do you think are the most important aspects of a product or service?
Agree or disagree: The use of plastic bags should be banned.
Use the phrase, "We have to consider...", in your answer.
Topic: Do the values of today’s young people differ from those of past generations?
What is your favourite thing to do you in your free time? Why?
Topic: Today, some young people do not want to start working for large companies. Do you think the number of these people will increase in the future?
How is a consulting company different from a think tank?
Below is a pie chart representing the distribution of languages on internet websites in 2014. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
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Where did you often go when you were young? Do you still go there?
Topic: Today in Japan, some people say that the drinking age should be lowered to eighteen. Do you think this is a good idea?
Topic: Should a license be required to ride a bicycle in Japan?
Try to use the words "legislation" and "casualty" in your answer.
QUESTION: Some people say that it is strange to see so many people on the train looking at their phones. What do you think about that?
Agree or disagree: Technology is undermining the role of teachers in the classroom.
Use the phrase, "On the other hand," to introduce a counterargument.
What is something you are good at? Driving? Cooking? Art? How did you learn to do it?
CLAIM: International laws should replace all national laws.
Do you agree or disagree? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.
QUESTION: Do you think it is important for students to learn how to give presentations at school?
Describe a time when you went above and beyond the requirements for a project.
Be sure to include:
QUESTION: Which do you drink more often: tea, or coffee?
Who is the person you respect most? Talk about them and explain why you respect them.
Describe the most important thing you possess. Describe what it is and explain why it is important.
Do you learn more from someone telling you about it or doing it yourself? Would you rather have a lecture-based course or a lab-based course? Does it matter what you are learning? Give details.
What's your business style? How successful is it?
What stimulates you in your career?
Question: Out of all your past jobs, which one did you learn the most from and why?
This is a typical job interview question. Write your answer as though you are in an actual interview.
Describe the structure of the place where you work. How do you fit into that structure? What is your role in what the organization does?
QUESTION: Do you like foreign countries?
Try to use the words "sightseeing" and "international" in your answer.
Describe a time when you were surprised or even shocked. What happened?
Do you think the international community is taking appropriate action on climate change?
What time do you wake up? What time do you go to work? What do you usually do in the day? When do you get home? What do you do when you get home?
If you had the time and the money, what would be your dream vacation? You can go anywhere and do anything!
DIRECTIONS: Describe the picture in as much detail as you can.
Who do you feel closest to in your family? Talk about your relationship and the things you do together. Why do you think you get along best with him/her?
Have you ever lived abroad to study or work for a long time? Think about these things when writing your answer:
How could you promote cultural awareness in your company?
Tell the story you see in the picture. Who are they? Where are they? What's happening?
Are they friends? Siblings? What are their names? How old are they? What else can you think of to tell about them? Get creative!
Do you believe in second chances? Or do you think that some mistakes are too big to forgive?
What do you think is the most important thing to avoid when selling a product?
Who makes you really furious or angry? Why do you not get along with this person? What do they do that get on your nerves? Get it all off your chest!
QUESTION: What do you usually do with your friends?
Question: What are your career aspirations?
QUESTION: Are you a morning person or a night person?
Try to use the words "hour" and "sleep" in your answer.
Write a product description for a new mobile phone. The ad will appear on online tech review sites. You are limited to 50–75 words.
First, create a name for the phone and decide on its features.
Then, write a sales pitch describing the phone. Use these words in your description:
What new laws do you want your country to adopt? Why do you think they are important?
QUESTION: What is your favorite day of the week?
QUESTION 3: Describe a picture
What country do you really want to visit? Why do you want to go there? What would you do there if you went?
Should students be asked to evaluate their teachers? What would be the benefits of such a system? What would be the downside?
What do you see in this picture? Use your imagination and create something interesting! You could even write a short story.
What was your first job after you graduated from university? Did your university studies prepare you for it?
Topic: Can international terrorism ever be eliminated?
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