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Life in the city and in the country.

Family.

1. Letís talk about family.

2. Are there any family traditions that you follow? Give an example.

3. What will you ask your British friend about his/her family?

4. What can you advise people who want to have a close and happy family?

5. Nowadays an average family has one child. From your point of view, how many children should there be in a family?

 

Family traditions.

1. Letís talk about family traditions.

2. Are you on good terms with your parents and grandparents?

3. What will you ask a British teenager about his/her family?

4. What can you advise people who want to get on well with their parents?

5. They say that there are a lot of one-parent families. What do you think about this problem?

Family relationship.

1. Letís talk about family relationship.

2. Are there any things that you do with your parents together?

3. What will you ask a British teenager about his/her relatives?

4. What can you advice people who want to have a good relationship with their parents and grandparents?

5. They say that parents and children have difficulties understanding each other because of the generation gap. What do you think about this problem?

 

Friendship and relationship with friends.

1. Letís talk about friendship and relationship with friends.

2. Can you rely on your friend? Why (not)?

3. What questions can help you to understand if people are close friends or not?

4. What can you advice a teenager who wants to make friends?

5. They say: ęTell me who is your friend, and Iíll tell you who you areĽ. Do you agree with this saying?

 

Education.

1. Letís talk about education. What can you tell me about the system of education in Belarus?

2. Do you agree that Belarusian secondary school provides a person with good knowledge? Why (not)?

3. Ask me whether I liked school when I was a pupil.

4. What ideas from Belarusian school can you advise a teacher from Great Britain to use in British school?

5. Today some young people think that having a good education is not very important. Do you agree with them?

 

Studying at school.

1. Letís talk about studying at school.

2. Do you agree that our school gives a person a good start in life? Why (not)?

3. Ask me about my school life.

4. Which school club would you advise your classmates to join?

5. Today some young people want to study abroad because they believe that the level of education is higher there. Would you do the same?

 

School traditions.

1. Letís talk about school traditions.

2. What traditions would you like to change in your school?

3. Ask me about my school life.

4. What can you advise a student who is not very good at languages to do to achieve better results?

5. Nowadays some young people complain that they have lots of problems at school. Do you agree with them?

 

Career.

1. Letís talk about choosing a career.

2. Does a person need to possess special qualities to become a good specialist in this or that particular field? Why?



3. What questions will you ask a teacher about his/her job?

4. Give me some advice on what I need to think about while choosing my future career.

5. Some people think that it is necessary to speak a foreign language well to get a good job. Do you agree with them?

Life in the city and in the country.

1. Letís talk about life in the city and in the country.

2. Where would you like to live: in the city or in the country? Why (not)?

3. What questions would you ask a teenager who lives in the country?

4. If your parents will ask your opinion where to move: to the city or to the country, what would you recommend them to do?

5. They say that living in the country is better than living in a city. What do you think about this?

 


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