Topic 1 Computer
好运快三开户1.How often do you use your computer?
I use my computer every day, for browsing news, making purchase online, as well as for downloading learning apps.
2.What kinds of computers are popular in China?
I guess maybe office computers and laptops. For brand,I believe apple-brand computers take up the most market share among Chinese people.
好运快三开户3.Who taught you how to use a computer?
Actually I’m a self-taught computer learner, but I first learned computer with the help of my high school teacher Mr. Thompson,from Britain.
好运快三开户4.Do you think computers have changed your life a lot?
No doubt. Computers have largely facilitated our lifeas we don’t have to worry about abhorrent calculations, and online shopping as well as friend- making software have benefitted us quite a lot.
Topic 2 Park/Garden
好运快三开户1.Are public gardens very important in China?
I assume yes. Public gardens may help to purify the air as well as provide us with a good place to stroll in. After tiring work or study, we feel at ease in the garden with all kinds of flowers in the eyesight. Also the garden is a symbol of local “green-belts”.
2.Do you think there are enough public gardens in your hometown?
好运快三开户I guess yes, but there is no garden nearby my house. I wish there were more.
3.What do you think are the benefits of having gardens in the city?
Well, I would say, they beautify the city and enhance tourism by attracting visitors. What’s more, they are often where couplesflirt.
好运快三开户4.Do gardens play the same role for old people and young people?
I don’t think so. Old people tend to walk in the garden to kill time or loneliness, while for young people, the garden is a cosy place for them to talk about love. Anyway, the garden is a nice place for all ages of people to relax and to read.
好运快三开户5.Do you think gardens have any value for children?
For children, the garden is a childhood memory cos when they grow up and recall the past, they at least share something in common that they experienced all together.
好运快三开户6.Which do you think is more important, public gardens or private gardens?
Public gardens, of course, since public gardens are well-constructed with various public facilities. A boisterous but good-natured crowd may have fun together.
好运快三开户Or: Private gardens of course, cos we grow plants anytime available to build up our own independent space.
Topic 3 Science
好运快三开户1.Do you like science?
I do, science is the pillar of economic development and it’s against superstition.
2.Are there many science museums in your hometown?
I guess yes, like the Beijing Science and Technology Museum.
3.Did you like science classes when you were young?
好运快三开户I did, although they were kind’a demanding for me. I learned the mysteries of the world through science classes.
好运快三开户4.Do you think school children should learn both art classes and science classes?
Well, that depends. It’s hard to say cos for students who have an extremely keen interest in a certain subject that they also excel at, I don’t think it’s necessary to learn both; but for those who don’t show a particular preference, maybe it’s better to integrate art classes with science classes.
Topic 4 Handcrafts
好运快三开户1.Do you like to collect things made by hand?
好运快三开户I do, like puppets
2.Did you ever take handcrafts lessons at school?
好运快三开户I remember I did, but only few, about paper-cut.
好运快三开户3.Are handcrafts popular in China?
好运快三开户Certainly. Handcrafts are the traditional Chinese culture as we often send handmade gifts to our friends as a custom, such as paper-cuts and embroidery.
4.Do you think children should learn more about handcrafts?
好运快三开户In China, yes. Making handcrafts may exercise children’s imagination and creativity since they are at the best age to learn new things.