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Uncommon Vocabulary

Use vocabulary from Part One Topic 14: Friends; Part One 2a and 2b: Your job / studies.

Grammar Point

Use a mix of past tenses:

We always used to...

Use future structures:

I will always remember how we used to…

I will never forget about the times when we used to...

People 12: A friend

Describe a close friend.

You should say:

Who the friend is

Where and when you first met

What you like about this friend

Whether this person is popular with other people.

Exactly the same as People 11: Someone you have studied or worked with. Talk about your friendship in the past. Use past tenses to increase your grammar score.

Uncommon Vocabulary

Use vocabulary from Part One Topic 14: Friends.

People 13: A happy person who you know

Describe a happy person who you know.

You should say:

Who the person is

How you know this person

What things you do together

Why you think this person is happy.

Exactly the same as People 11: Someone you have studied or worked with. Talk about your friendship in the past. Use past tenses to increase your grammar score.

Uncommon Vocabulary

Use vocabulary from Part One Topic 14: Friends; Part One Topic 23: Happiness.

People 14: A successful leader who you admire

Describe a successful leader who you admire.

You should say:

Who the person is

What makes him / her a good leader

Why you admire this person

Whether this person has influenced you.

Suggestion

Do not choose a famous leader or politician. Invent a leader or manager who you worked with. (If you are still a student, say that you used to have a part-time job.)

Uncommon Vocabulary

leadership quality supervision guidance

support encourage

Grammar Point

Focus on the past tenses:

He would always...

He frequently used to...

Use future structures:

I will always remember how he used to...

I will never forget about the times when he used to...

People 15: Someone you know who speaks another language

Describe someone you know who speaks another language.

You should say:

Who the person is

How you met this person

What other language he speaks

What you like about this person.

Suggestion

Use the same content as People 5: An old person; People 6: A teacher who has influenced you. (Say that your teacher speaks Korean or French.)

"People" Summary

As you can see, there are many different topics about “people”. It is not necessary to learn or produce different language for each topic.

Generally it is better to focus on past events when talking about people as this will increase your "Grammar" score. Most of the language presented for each topic can be reused for other topics.


Section 2: Places

  1. An important building
  2. A historical building / place
  3. A famous building
  4. A place of natural beauty
  5. A peaceful place
  6. A quiet place
  7. A place in your city that you know well
  8. A walk that you regularly take
  9. A garden / park
  10. A river, take or sea you have visited
  11. A shop
  12. A library
  13. A museum you have visited
  14. Your childhood home
  15. Your idea of an ideal house
  16. A restaurant
  17. A city you would like to visit
  18. A country you would like to visit
  19. A city / town / village you have visited
  20. A monument
  21. A hotel
  22. Your favorite room

Place 1: An important building



Describe an important building in your city.

You should say:

Where the building is located

What it looks like

What it is used for

How often you visit this place.

Suggestion

It is quite difficult to describe traditional Chinese architecture in English, so it is best to avoid this area. An easy building to describe is a multi-functional building, e.g. a shopping and entertainment centre.


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