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Sunday, March 30, 2008

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England and the English people

From what you have learned about English civilization, write an essay on England and the English (the land, its history, tradition and people)

England, or to give its official title, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, lies to the northwest of the Contient of Europe. It consists of one large island, England, Scotland and Wales, part of the neighbouring island of Ireland and a large number of smaller islands. The total area of Great Britain is 94,278 square miles and the estimated population is over 51 million.

There is a general belief that British climate is cold, wet and foggy. A thick fog is often used as the setting for a mystery or detective film, but in fact the number of foggy days, even in the worst sports in Britain, is not high compared with most parts of the world. It is everywhere temperate. The climate is a generally healthy one and has given the women and children their lovely complexions. To it, the fruit owes its delicate texture and flavour, and the turf its springiness and colour.

Britain is a geologist’s paradise. All periods in history are to be found in its earth-from the recent chalk hills to the early rocks of mountain. These various kinds of earth show in the beech-woods and the smooth turf of the rolling Downs of southern England, in the rich soil of the river valleys that feeds the crops and orchards, or provides pastureland for the dairy industry. Farming on a big scale has carved up much of the land into fields divided by hedgerows or stone fences which give the British countryside its distinctive look. A great area of Britain was once clad in ancient “high forest” but the last 2000 years of occupation have stripped much of this away. The great industrial cities are found for the most part round the ore and coal regions in the Midlands and the North. The main ports and shipbuilding yards lie by the natural habours.

The British are a race of mixed peoples. There is, however, a strong unity, of common interests and a way life linked by one language. In England and Southern Scotland, the earliest people, known as the Ancient Britons (after the prehistoric period) were followed by the Danes from Scandinavia. These are, of course, other local mixture found today in the Scots, the Irish and the Welsh, together with those from Yorkshire or Lancashire, all proud of their beginnings but all uniting to form a solid group loyal to their country. Great Britain has produced such persons as the Duke of Wellington, the famous soldier who defeated Napoleon, and William Shakespeare, the top writer of plays. The British are known for their kindly feelings which shows itself in understanding, dislike of cruelty and oppression and a distrust of extremes. When the nation is threatened, the people are very strong in resistance. The average Briton does not believe in extremes. He is saved from them by a sound common sense that shows itself more particularly in a tolerance, in a willingness to meet objections, and if need be, in an agreement to disagree. The average Briton is calm and cool in time of trial. This showed itself on the last war under ceaseless bombings. The British temper has been well described in this term “phlegmatic as Anglo, or English phlegm”.

The British were never a stay-at-home race. Their record in exploration and colonization is a remarkable one. The spread of the English language and of British traditions of democracy over five continents is the proof of their venture and of the strength of British civilization. Britain is renowned for its great literary tradition. It is the birthright of over two hundred million people throughout the world whose mother tongue is English, the Canterbury Tales, Hamlet, Paradise Lost, the Ode to a Nightingale, to name only a few of its treasures, are theirs. Nor is that tradition dead today. There are few fields of study in which British names do not appear in the forefront. Thirty-seven scientists have received Nobel Prize awards – the highest world honour that can be accorded to any scientist. Gartwright’s power loom, driven by water, and Hargreaves’s spinning jenny opened the way for the modern mass production of textiles. Steel is produced by process named after Sir Henry Bessemer. The electrical developments of the press-button age owe much to the researches of Michael Faraday. Newton was among the leading mathematicians studying the nature of the universe. In the study of life and of man, Darwin’s name is outstanding, while in medicine and surgery many advances have been due to Briton such as William Harvery, discoverer of the circulation of the blood. Lord Lister, the founder of antiseptic surgery, and sir Alexander Fleming, the discoverer of penicillin. It is likely due to a sporting spirit, carried over into everyday life, that has made Britain a Power. Not a day passes but you will hear in ordinary use the term “a good sport”, “a sporting chance”, “fair play”.

Where home life is concerned, the Briton would much rather have a house than a flat. He likes to lead his own life in his own way and feels that a house in a permanent thing so he builds himself a flower garden and a lawn. The number of property owners who live in their own houses is growing. The majority of British people are Protestants, but there are also many Roman Catholics. There are opportunities for all in Britain. There has been a great leveling of the classes, especially upward, in Britain society and poverty has for the most part been done away with. Wealth and birth are no longer the only way by which one may reach the top in society. No society in the world is as well-organized as that of Britain. Today there is one big scheme of social services to which all contribute and by which all benefit. It is not charity but is a sound away of providing social security, health and freedom. National Insurance, family allowances, and national assistance cover the whole population for the basic necessities from birth to burial.

Britain is a country of industry and commerce. In the 19th century she was known as the “workshop of the world” Britain has today special links with many countries. Although she has developed interest in all parts of the world, Britain has always kept close ties with the free world. In peace and war alike, Britain has always taken the side of those who are interested solely in “progress and freedom for all” as Sir Winston Churchill put it in one of his speeches. With improved trade and with firm friends at her side, Britain faces the future with growing confidence.

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Saturday, March 29, 2008

The importance of the national language

Discuss the importance of the study of the national language

The importance of the study of the National language, Bahasa Malaysia in this country is great. Ours is a multi-racial country. We have Malays, Chinese, Indians and Europeans. They speak a variety of languages. They have their own customs, religions and traditions. It is important that they should be able to communicate with each other.

Let me discuss the need for the National language. We have a Central Government. It must use one language to transact its business with the States. National prestige demands this. An independent country cannot use foreign.

A common language helps a great deal in education. To create a mutual understanding between teachers and pupils, the use of a common language is inevitable.

The business word depends entirely on spoken or written word. To contribute to unity in this sphere, it is essential that Bahasa Malaysia should be used as our National language.

National language plays an important part in the world of culture. A common culture should emerge in young Malaysia. Such a culture appreciated and lovely by all can be attained only when we Malaysians learn and use the language properly and fluently.

Bahasa Malaysia has been the official National language of our country. To create mutual understanding it is taught in all schools, Bahasa Malaysia classes for adults are being conducted in every nook and corner of language. The study of the language will certainly enliven the daily routine of loyal citizen with a much-needed spirit of joy and pride.

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Successful in learning a foreign language

Nowadays, everybody is very fond of learning a foreign language. However, successful men are seldom. In your opinion, what is the basic factor?

The most difficult thing for a person to accept when he begins to learn a foreign language is that the foreign language is so different from his own. Of course, he expects to find some differences; it may sometimes seem to him that some of the differences are completely unnecessary.

A person’s native language has a powerful influence on him. After all, he has been speaking his language since before he can remember. His family, his friends, even complete strangers – everyone around him uses that language. Under such circumstances, it is only natural that a person would have the feeling that his language is the most beautiful, the most perfect and the most logical of all languages.

Therefore, the first thing that one must learn as he begins to study a foreign language is that, each language is the best possible language for the people who use it. We would not expect a person from India to think and act exactly like a person from France. And we should not expect the languages of India to be exactly like the French language. After this fact has been understood and accepted, many of the problems in language learning disappear.

There are other attitudes which you will have to develop in order to learn a language successfully. The most important of these is that learning a language requires constant practice. You must not think that because you have seen or heard a word or phrase one time, or five times or ten times, that you really know it and know how to use it. You must be ready to repeat new lessons again until you can really use them, automatically, without having to think about them.

Many students have the idea that if they can memorize long list of vocabulary words they will be learning the language. Learning a language is much more than that. In the early stage of studying a language, we must learn more important things, such as pronunciation and grammatical structure. After the student can use the grammatical structure, he can then begin to increase his vocabulary. Learning new vocabulary without knowing the grammatical structure of the language is something like trying to build a house without using a plan.

Another important thing to remember is that it is not necessary to begin with a lot of reading or writing in the foreign language. Reading and writing lead to many very special problems which may complicate learning for the beginning student.

The most important thing of all in learning a language is to have patience. If you keep working steadily, day after day, constantly practicing the language and using it at every opportunity, you will learn to speak a language well.

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For students, purchasing or renting a home?

For students, purchasing or renting a home? Give your opinion.

Many find it advantageous to purchase a home, but others find renting more suited to their needs. While there are advantages for both options renting is generally the best choice for young students. Students often do not have money to buy a home and need to know that it will not be necessary to find a buyer for the home if they decide to transfer to another school or return home.

Owning a home provides a number of benefits. For example, a home owner can make more noise than someone who lives in an apartment without having to worry that every small noise might disturb neighbors. Unlike apartment dwellers, homeowners can also put holes in walls and redecorate without being concerned about losing part or all of a security deposit.

There are also benefits to renting. A renter is only tied down only by the terms of the rental agreement or lease. If a renter wants to move, it is not necessary to find a buyer. In addition, a renter does not have to provide a large down payment as does a home owner.

A student who plans to return home after college or who wishes to transfer to another school often cannot be tied down to a house. Consequently, renting is the answer for most young students.

At various times of their lives, people have different needs. While purchasing a home is often the best choice for somebody with an adequate income and roots in a community, for the reasons discussed, it is often not the most feasible choice for young students.

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Friday, March 28, 2008

An apartment or a college dormitory

Living in an apartment instead of a college dormitory gain advantages and disadvantages. Discuss some of the advantages and disadvantages of apartment living and five your opinion.

When a person decides to enter a college away from home, he or she must also consider living accommodations. Although most colleges offer student dormitories, students frequently opt to live in an apartment. While there are many advantages to apartment living, there are also many disadvantages. Before a student decides to live in an apartment, all the aspects of that kind of accommodation should be reviewed.

Living in an apartment has many advantages. First, students can choose to live in a quiet neighborhood. A quiet neighborhood is conductive to studying. Away from the distractions of campus life, students can be more serious about their study. Second, apartment life allows students to be more independent. For example, they can cook whatever they want to eat and have their meals whenever they want them. Third, students can often find apartments that are cheaper than the fee for room board in dormitory.

However, living in an apartment also has disadvantages. Being away from campus life can make students feel isolated. Another disadvantage is that apartments close to campus are usually expensive, and those farther away are not within walking distance therefore, transportation must be considered. Finally, students who live in apartments must cook their own meals, shop for food, perhaps carry their laundry to a Laundromat, and clean their entire apartment - not just their room.

Even though there are many advantages to apartment living, I would prefer to live in the university dormitory for the following reasons. First, I will be new at the college and meeting people will be easier in a dormitory setting. Second, I will not have to about purchasing and cooking food or cleaning up afterwards. Consequently, I will have more time for studies. Finally, I will be within walking distance of my classes and college library. In conclusion, living on campus is more advantageous for me than living in an apartment.

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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Which school do you want?

Suppose you could go to school where you wanted to. Which would you choose and why?

Given the choice I would choose the school out in the country for reasons which I put forth below.

Before actually stating “why” I shall say “why not”. Let me first state my case against a city school. Schools in cities are usually crowded and in crowded locations. Except for a few schools, many city schools are housed in drab, old houses with a slovenly atmosphere. The noise from outside will be abominable and since the school is crowded there cannot be much cordiality between the students. The question of transport from school to home and versa will be time consuming and at the same time sickening. One will have to start quite early and travel by crowded buses or trains and return home late. By the time one return home, there will not be time for play or relaxation. This almost mechanical life for six days in the week would tell on the nerves. A city school boy may have a swelled head figuratively, but his health and knowledge may not compare with a boy in a village who enjoys the rough and tumble of life.

In a small town the scope for learning outside the class may be little. The chances for reaction may be limited. The chances for wandering and to get lost may be limited. You are nobody in a city but you are easily recognized in a small town. So the scope for indulging in play and recreation may be limited unless provided by the school. There may be variety lacking in such schools. Different strata of society may not be represented there and the scope for knowing people at large will be limited. They have neither the knowledge of the country nor the variegated experiences one could have from a city.

What I visualize is a school in the country neither too far away from the city nor too near. The school must have proximity to a main road, so that mobility will not be a problem though it should not encourage travel often. The school must have surroundings maybe a hilly land or green fields with a river near by. There must be plenty of space to move about and play. One just be able to go about fishing or swimming or if one feels like it he must be able to wander. When I write this I have Thoreau’s “Walden” in mind where man could live free and feel one with nature, enjoying the cooing of birds, and restling of leaves. If there is a school like that in the country, I shall certainly go there.

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The end of the school term

Give an account of the end of the term.

Time has passed quickly. The term is nearly over, it is the end of examination week. Then examination began, it was a new experience to Tom. There are no more classes, but during school-hours he has to write papers, one on every subject. Every morning, the questions though and reminds the boy that not one work of talking is allowed. At the end of the two hours he calls out. “Time is up” and every student gives up his paper some hoping they’ll pass, others afraid of failing.

Now the last day of the term has come: the students are assembled in the large hall to hear the result of the examinations. The masters in their caps and gowns, are seated round the headmaster, and everyone is eager to know what places the students have taken. The principal begins from the bottom of the school, and at the last boy in each form, so that the excitement grows greater and greater as he reads on.

Our friends are very much excited, and anxious to hear what George’s place will be. And when at last the Headmaster calls out: First, Bennett, Tom is so glad that he begins clapping his hands, thought it is against the rule, the other boys follow suit. George is red and over his beaming face. “Silence” orders the Principal, but it is a few seconds before he can go on reading his list.

Tom could not expect to be first, but he is not too low down. His report is satisfactory and tomorrow he is going up to London where he will spend his Christmas holidays at his uncle’s. What about Ralph? Well, he is last, of course, and his family will be ashamed of his studies.

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School:
* Do you think that homework should be abolished? Discuss its value.
* Should teachers give pupils too much homework? Discuss.

* The importance of examinations (uncategorized)
* Examination day often makes many pupils worry. Do you agree?
* Why examinations are important (uncategorized)

* Talk about the subject you consider most important

* What subject you like best in school?
* The subject I enjoy learning (uncategorized)

* Describe the first day of your school
* The first day at school probably had been much impressed on your life.
* Give an account of the end of the term.



* School life is the most difficult time but it also keeps many joys for us. Do you agree?
* My school (uncategorized)

* Describe your schoolmates and whom do you like best.
* Talk about your experiences as a school prefect.

* What do you think of the use and abuse of private tuition?

* What do you think of the important role of the teaching of crafts in the school?



* What makes an ideal teacher: Give your opinion.
* Talk about your teacher of English
* My teacher (uncategorized)


* Write about the kind of work which you hope to do when you leave the school.
* Today there is some changes in the educational system. How should we change to raise the quality of teaching?
* Suppose you could go to school where you wanted to. Which school would you choose and why?


* Living in an apartment instead of a college dormitory gain advantages and disadvantages. Discuss some of the advantages and disadvantages of apartment living and five your opinion.
* For students, purchasing or renting a home? Give your opinion.


* Nowaday, everybody is very fond of learning a foreign language. However, sucessful men are seldom. In your opinion, what is the basic factor?
* From what you have learned about English civilization, write an essay on England and the English (the land, its history, tradition and people)
* In your opinion, what is the most difficult skill of studying English
* Which language do you think has made the greatest contribution to the promotion of better understanding among the people of the world? (uncategorized)


* The kind of books we should read. Give your opinion.
* Today, there are many books to read. What do you think of the choice of books?

* Talk about the value of libraries.
* Talk about the habit of reading in some students


* Why I like to go to school (uncategorized)
* Why we should study science (uncategorized)

* Why I want to learn English (uncategorized)



Society and its problems
* "Money is the root of all evil". Give your opinion.
* What do you think of the opinion polls?
* How should people protect and preserve the natural resources?
* Life in the city
* Living in a multiracial community

* Why is agriculture important in the world of today?
* Talk about crimes in society
* Liberty - freedom (uncategorized)
* The role of the police force in society (uncategorized)
* Flood in a town (uncategorized)



People or personal characteristics
* Give a comment about the uses of the hobby.
* Tell about your hobby in free time.
* Talk about the hobbies of your two close friends.
* Talk about the person you hate most.
* Talk about the habit of smoking cigarettes
* Talk about A heroic deed.
* How do Hearing-Impaired people talk? Discuss.
* Talk about good manners (uncategorized)
* Why should we have good manners? (uncategorized)
* Talk about the things you like most. (uncategorized)
* How do you spend your time after school? (uncategorized)
* Describe the things you enjoy doing (uncategorized)

* About yourself (introduce yourself) (uncategorized)
* Human and courage (uncategorized)
* Talk about your favorite author (uncategorized)
* My best friend (uncategorized)

* My favorite game (sport) - football (uncategorized)



Entertainment:
* Give an account of a visit to a book exhibition.

* An interesting program which you heard on the radio.
* Give one of the activities you like to do in your spare time
* Talk about the film you like best.

* Talk about the value of music in the happiness of man
* Talk about the advantages and disadvantages of the cinema

* Discuss the appeal of a science fiction






Career:
* What should we do to make a good impression at a job interview?
* What is the job of a human resources manager?
* What career would you like to choose after leaving school? (Teacher)
* Journalism as a career (uncategorized)
* The work of a farmer (uncategorized)
* What in your opinion are the qualities of a good judge? (uncategorized)


Family:
* The difference between my father and my younger brother in the family.




Travel:
* What is flight booking like?
* What means of traveling you choose for your trip?
* Is traveling an educative experience? Discuss.
* Tell about a visit to a famous city
* Talk about an adventure in a forest
* Describe some of the interesting places in your country
* Talk about the country you would like to visit. (uncategorized)
* The country I would like to visit (uncategorized)
* Travel is a means of education (uncategorized)
* Talk about a journey by train (uncategorized)
* Talk about a visit to a zoo. (uncategorized)
* Describe what you saw and enjoyed during a visit to a zoo (uncategorized)
* How you spent your last holiday (uncategorized)
* A picnic I enjoyed (uncategorized)



Life:
* Talk about an unusual opportunity you had
* Talk about an incident you will never forget.
* A frightful accident I have seen (uncategorized)
* Talk about an accident I have witnessed (uncategorized)

* Talk about a horrible sight you experienced.
* Talk about the rights and duties of a citizen
* Talk about your days in hospital (uncategorized)
* Talk about a frightening experience (uncategorized)
* Talk about a mysterious thing (uncategorized)
* Talk about a narrow escape (uncategorized)
* A narrow escape (uncategorized)
* An interesting fight I have seen (uncategorized)
* Frightened by a ghost (uncategorized)
* How I helped to catch thieves (uncategorized)
* A monkey in my room (an exciting experience) (uncategorized)
* Frightened by buffaloes (uncategorized)
* A building on fire (uncategorized)

* Talk about life in the village (uncategorized)
* Living in a city (uncategorized)
* A frightful experience (uncategorized)
* A mystery (uncategorized)
* If I had a thousand dollars (uncategorized)

* An interesting story I have heard (uncategorized)
* Describe an unpleasant dream that you have had. (uncategorized)
* A thief in my room (uncategorized)
* Frightened by a snake on my body (A frightening experience) (uncategorized)
* An exciting event (uncategorized)




Knowledge:
* Describe a pet which you have kept.
* An autobiography of a car (uncategorized)

* Discuss science and its effects.

* Talk about the importance of newspaper (uncategorized)
* The importance of reading newspaper. (uncategorized)

* "News travels fast". Discuss (uncategorized)
* “Fire is a good servant, but a bad master”. Discuss. (uncategorized)
* Talk about the importance of agriculture (uncategorized)
* Talk about World Trade. (uncategorized)
* Talk about the importance of good roads in a country (uncategorized)
* Talk about rainy season (uncategorized)
* Express your opinion on the importance of studying Geography. (uncategorized)

* Talk about the importance of rivers (uncategorized)
* "Water is important to all living things". Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your opinion. (uncategorized)
* Talk about the importance of water (uncategorized)
* The importance of water (uncategorized)

* Beauty in nature (uncategorized)

* The value of education (uncategorized)
* Mathematics is essential to progress of human (uncategorized)
* What contributions can writers make to the promotion of goodwill among the people of a country? (uncategorized)
* Do you think that the United Nations Organization perform a useful function in promoting peace and happiness in the world? (uncategorized)
* “Great literature belongs not to one age but to all ages; not to one country but all countries”. Discuss. (uncategorized)

* Discuss the view that tolerance is essential for peace and harmony in any community or country. (uncategorized)
* Literary education is preferable to a scientific education today? (uncategorized)
* Which period in the history of your country do you find most inspiring? Discuss the features in that period which appeal to you most. (uncategorized)
* "It is essential to progress that each generation shall rebel against the ideas of the generation before it." Discuss. (uncategorized)


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* “Studies of Geography can make a great contribution to the service of man” Discuss.
* “The luxuries of today are the necessities of tomorrow”. Discuss.
* What contributions can studies of Economics make to the extension of world trade?
* A frightful dream
* A street quarrel I have seen
* An unpleasant dream I once had
* A sad event
* An unpleasant night
* A robbery I have seen
* Caught in a storm

* The radio
* The use of television
* The market in my town
* A visit to an estate
* How I learned to swim
* The person I like most
* The things I dislike the most
* Should women carry out the combat duty? Discuss.
* Advertising is a way to draw the attention of the public. Discuss.
* Describe a sports-meeting.
* “It is always a pity when a man’s education alienates him from his own people”. Discuss.

* Frightened by fierce natives
* How an animal saved me from death
* Imagine that you live in a village. Describe your village.
* Imagine that you are a dog. Tell something about your self.
* A visit to a hospital.
* Why we should travel.
* The pleasures of living in a village.

* All forms of gambling should be abolished. Discuss.

* “To overeat is as great as the evil to starve”. Discuss.

* Throughout history, men have been willing to fight and die for freedom. Why? Discuss.

* Should parents who have more than one child treat all of their children in exactly the same way? Give reasons for your view.

* Tell about the memories of your childhood?

* Talk about what you hope to achieve in adult life.

* Do you think our life is better than it was for our forefathers?

* Describe the farm you visit.

* Some people enjoy living in the country but others prefer big city life. Compare these two places and give your opinion.

* A birthday I celebrated

* The type of stories I like to read

* The worst accident I have seen

* What I wish to be when I grow up.

* An incident I shall never forget.

* How I learned to ride a bicycle.

* What is the cause of obesity? Discuss.

* “Many of man would reach a greater height if he had more depth”. Discuss the view.

* “Reading makes a full man, conference a ready man and writing an exact man.” Write influence do you think reading, conversation and writing have in making you a citizen of the world?

* What should the youth do on the move of society today? Discuss.

* What do you think the value of being a vegetarian?


* People who look for excitement and danger are foolish. Do you agree?

* In your opinion, should there be school for pupils during weekends as well?

* What would you do if you were at the scene of a serious road accident?

* Tell about a camping night you remember best

* What do you think of football scholarship?

* “A switch in time saves nine” Discuss this sentence.

* What do you think of the defense?


* “Today, girls dress like boys and young men look like women”. Give your opinion.


* Is patriotism outmoded today? Discuss.

* “Necessity is the mother of invention.” Discuss this proverb.

* Talk about your impression on roaches.

* Give your opinion about instinct and reason


* You have been away from home on some occasion. Tell your feelings on leaving.

* “Slow and steady wins the race”. Comment this sentence.


* What is a gentleman?


* “He alone can command who knows how to obey”. Explain this sentence.

* What do you think of the useless trifles?

* Describe a journey by car, train, ship etc, which was particularly memorable for some reason, either good or bad

* Comment on this statement of Guyau: “After our parents, it is to our teacher that we owe the most”

* “A man is known by the company he keeps”. Explain this statement and comment on it.

* Explain this saying and comment on it: “Work helps us escape from three evils: Boredom, vice and poverty”.

* 1995 was eventful year. Describe one of the events you consider the most significant to you.

* What responsibility do societies have for the poor?

* Unemployment is a serious problem in many countries today. What can be done about it?

* Suppose you are a lazy boy. Your father advises you to study hard. Tell about what he talks.

* In your opinion, what are the lessons learned from school life?

* How does the gambling affect the society?

* What is culture and what is the influences of culture?

* What is poetry? Discuss.

* What is food? Give its importance.

* Commerce as a means of spreading civilization. Discuss

* Women should be restricted to work connected with the home and children. They should not engage in politics, commerce or industries. Do you agree?

* Talk about a shopping day

* The world does not progress, it merely changes. Do you agree this view?


* Describe a bridge you know well.

* Describe a day spent by the river or by the sea.

Describe your first day at school as a child

Describe the house you are living in

Describe a village you know well

Describe a visit to an interesting exhibition

Describe a visit you have made to a factory

Describe your best friend and tell why you like him or her

The difficulties in learning English and how to overcome them

Your father advises you to study hard. Tell about what he talks

All forms of gambling should be abolished

Girls dress like boys and young men look like women

He alone can command who knows how to obey

How gambling affect society

How I learned to ride a bicycle

An ideal education system

What is food? And give its importance

The important role of newspaper and magazines in our lives

An incident I shall never forget

What is culture and what are the influences of culture

Give your opinion about instinct and reason

What are the lessons learned from school life?

Our life is better than it was for our forefathers

Some people enjoy living in the country but others prefer big city life

Life in the city, compared with life in the country

What science has done to make our lives easier and more comfortable

Tell about the memories of your childhood

Men have been willing to fight and die for freedom

My birthday I celebrated

Necessity is the mother of invention

You have been away from home on some occasion

To overeat is as great as the evil to starve

Should parents who have more than one child treat all of their children in exactly the same way

Is patriotism outmoded today?

People who look for excitement and danger are foolish. Do you agree?

Reading, conference and writing make a full man

The reasons for your study of English and the ways you have been learning it

The reason why the young people prefer to live in town

A shopping day

Slow and steady wins the race

A switch in time saves nine

The type of stories I like to read

What do you think of football scholarship?

What do you think the value of being a vegetarian?

Would you prefer an expensive wedding with lots of guests or a simple one?

What you hope to achieve in adult life?

What is a gentleman?

What is poetry?

What would you do if you were at the scene of a serious road accident?

What do you think of the defense?

What do you think of the useless trifles?

Which part of your country would you prefer to live in

Women should be restricted to work connected with the home and children. They should not engage in politics, commerce or industries. Do you agree?

The world does not progress, it merely changes

Worst accident I have seen

You tell a foreigner about your beloved homeland

Tell about a camping night you remember best

Your favorite hobby

Talk about your impression on roaches

Your most embarrassing experience

Your most frightening experience

What should the youth do on the move of society today. Discuss

Describe some useful ways in which computers have so far contributed to our modern life.

Failure is the mother of success

Family is a very good school

How can I become the person I want to be?

Health or wealth? Which do you think is more valuable – health or wealth? Give your reason.

Supposing you were the only survivor of a shipwreck and were washed up on a deserted island.

To overeat is as great as the evil to starve

There is no place like home

The house where I am living

My daily activities

My family

My hobbies

My mother

My school

My weekend

Computer has made life easier?

Has the ease of cooking improved people’s life?

My favorite TV Programs

Are parents best teachers?

With a big sum of money, will you purchase a house or decide to run your own business?

Why people should go to university?

Are books more important than experience?

Should a factory be built in your community?

Men’s enemy in the world of nature

Neither physics nor chemistry could have reached its present level without mathematics

Parents' views and Young persons' thoughts about the world

Talk about an ideal house

A house I would like to live in

Talk about your friend’s family

Talk about the life of a farmer

Talk about a trishaw rider

Talk about a Aerospace Exhibition

Underwater discovery

Night market

A fashion show

A wedding celebration

Fire drill

A day at the market.

A rainy morning

On a rainy day

Talk about a slow train journey.

Talk about a cable-car ride.

A bus ride

A place of great natural beauty.

A popular place in my town.

At the bus-stop

Talk about Shopping Centres

Describe Singapore science centre

An interesting place you enjoyed visiting

My favorite haunt

when I am angry...

Talk about your diary.

Talk about Chinese new year.

Talk about Mothers’ day.

Describe a teachers’ day.

Describe a Sports day.

Describe your school sports day.

Talk about an interesting cat.

Talk about your new neighbors.

Talk about your neighbors.

Talk about your home

Talk about your hometown.

Talk about your country.

Talk about your two interesting classmates.

Describe a popular person in your own age group

Talk about your new friend

Talk about your best friend

Talk about your good friend.

Talk about your classmates

Talk about your favorite teacher

Describe your school-shops

Talk about your school

Describe your school

Who are you? Talk about yourself.

Talk about yourself

Describe your perfect house

Describe a thunderstorm

Describe an evening on the beach

Describe the scene in my town early in the morning

Describe the sounds of nature heard in my area

Describe the sights, sounds and smells along a busy street

Describe the sights, sound and smells along a deserted country lane

Describe the scene at a crowded food center

Describe the scene in a shopping complex

Describe a school mid-morning break

Describe your family at home in evenings

Describe the beauty of nature

A burglary I witnessed

A pickpocket I witnessed

A robbery I witnessed

A robbery at a late cold night

When I am kidnapped...

Experience of being kidnapped

Describe a fire in the hospital

A fire accident I have witnessed

An embarrassing moment

A frightening experience

Lost in a strange place

An unlucky incident i had witnessed

Incident in a sleepless night

An air accident

A freak accident

Accident in the laboratory

Class duty

A week before examination

The day I was sick

The day I was late for school

The happiest day in my life

A day when everything went wrong

An unlucky day

A day I spent in strange surroundings

A small quarrel

A quarrel among friends

My experience in riding a bicycle

My first air travel

My first ride on a horse

A cruise

A class excursion

A picnic

The Masculism of “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” and the Feminism of “The Time of Doves”

American Sense and Sensibility: Let's Be Realist

An excursion to nearby islands

An evening in a luxurious boat

The national day parade

An unnecessary accident

An unusual incident

Daylight robbery

An accident

An accident at home

A bad habit

A blackout

A narrow escape

Courtesy begets courtesy

Honesty is the best policy

A lesson learnt

A good deed

A treasure hunt

A case of mistaken identity

An amusing incident

A priceless gift

A pleasant surprise

An unexpected meeting

Recalling my first day at school

My most precious possession

Retelling an old story

An Unforgettable Childhood Incident

An odd incident

The jealous reactions of one person to the success of a friend

A vivid dream

A mad dog

Grandparents

The day dad decided to do it himself

Being the odd one out

Acting as a substitute

Lost luggage

Dangerous companion

It was not such a good bargain after all

Capsized

The year 2990

If I had three wishes

An imaginary encounter

An autobiography of a watch

An autobiography of a pen

An autobiography of a butterfly

An autobiography of a dancing doll

An autobiography of a story book

My ambition

What will I do with my first salary

Fruits I like to eat

Things I like to do

Things I would like to do but am unable to or do not have time for

My favorite subject

What is your favorite subject?

Reading is fun

Interesting fight I have seen

Frightened by a ghost

How an animal save me from death

Describe a journey by car, ship, train etc, which was particularly memorable for some reason, either good or bad

After our parents, it is our teacher that we owe the most

Friendship - a man is known by the company he keeps

Work helps us escape from three evils: boredom, vice and poverty

Hobbies

My hobbies

My wish to become a scholar

My new-year resolution

The way I spend the first few days after examination

How do you relax when you are tired, nervous or angry

What is your favorite time of year?

What difficulties are you facing in choosing a career?

Mountaineering - mountain climber

Things you like and dislike about school

What changes your country within years

Write down your thoughts and feeling about your past life and what lies ahead

Home accidents and its preventions

“Save water” campaign – write about the scarcity of water and ways and means to save water.

The teachers’ contributions to the progress of a country

How to be successful in life

Keeping fit

What are the possible causes of child abuse?

Why are taxed

The duties of a citizen

Modes of traveling

The benefits of working for a living

Progress - its benefits and harms

Television its use and abuse

The advantages and disadvantages of the cinema

The advantages and disadvantages of a good memory

Causes of teenage smoking

The laser: Solution to many problems

Proficiency Examinations - Who needs them

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Attending Evening Classes

Is your city a much better place to live in today than 10 years ago?

What have you gained from University Education?

Fashions

Reducing traffic accidents

Qualities of a good teacher

Women between career and family life

How can a teacher help students enlarge their vocabulary?

The beneficial effects of games on language learning

One who is good at English grammar can write well in English?

Should all errors made by foreign language learners be corrected at any cost?

The goal of teachers who use the Communicative Approach is to have students become communicatively competent.

The advantages and disadvantages in teaching English to Adult Learners

The use of forests

The unselfish devotion of a housewife

Floods

Hospitality

Crowds

Drop it where it belongs

The problems faced by old people in our society

The clothes we wear

The rising cost of living

The ills of modern cities

Is a little knowledge dangerous?

Private tuition - Is it necessary?

Students study just to pass the examinations - Do you agree?

Education is very necessary. Do you agree?

School leavers should get some working experience before going for further studies

Physical education is important

Parents and children - Are there ways to improve understanding?

Women should be restricted to work connected with the home and children.

People who look for excitement and danger are foolish. Do you agree?

Honesty is the best policy

Advertisement are boring, unless, and often misleading

The twentieth century is an age of greed. Do you agree?

No room for true craftmanship in the modern world of mass production

Storm caught

A nightmare

What I dislike most in people

Is family planning necessary?

What opportunities have you had at school or elsewhere of listening teacher and speaking English?

The advantages and disadvantages of co-education.

What career would you like to choose after leaving school?

I choose a career

Old age and youth

Library

I am proud of my country









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