(1) Home and family
November 19, 2000
1. Describe your family (size, location, style, etc.).
2. Tell us about the members of your family.
3. Describe a typical day in the life of your family.
4. If you could live anywhere else in
5. What are the advantages and disadvantages of growing up
6. In what ways do you think family is changing and why?
November 26, 2000
1. What is your earliest memory?
2. What did you most like to do when you were a child?
3. What did you most hate to do?
4. What was the most interesting (frightening, amusing) experience
5. What was the most important lesson you learned as a child?
How did you come to learn it?
6. What do you think is the most important principle to follow in
(3) Primary School
December 3, 2000
1. Describe your first day at school.
2. Describe your primary school (buildings, facilities, etc.).
3. Tell us about a primary school teacher you remember.
4. Which subject did you most like to study and why?
5. Which subject did you least like to study and why?
6. What changes would you like to make in primary education and why?
(4) Youth and Secondary School
December 10, 2000
1. What did you find were the greatest differences between primary and secondary
2. What was your favorite sport or activity while you were in high school? Explain.
3. Describe your experience in taking the university entrance examination.
4. Who was the person who had the greatest influence on you as a teenager? Explain.
5. What was your most significant experience as a teenager? Explain.
6. What changes would you like to make in high school education and why?
(5) Student Life
December 17, 2000
1. Describe your university- buildings, characteristics, organization.
2. Describe a typical day in your life as a student.
3. How do you study for examinations?
4. Apart from
English, which subject or course have you found most interesting
5. What is the most important thing you have learned as a university student? Explain.
7. What changes would you like to make in your university and why?