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   1.Hello. Could you show me your identification card please?Hello. Sure, here it is.2. Could you tell me your full name please?My full name is X. I am also called by my nic name !. . #hat shall I call you?!ou could call me X.$. How are you?I am well than you, and yourself?%. How old are you?I am 22 years old. In other words, I was born in 1&'(.)n the ei*hth of March1&'(, to be e+act.a. -oes your name hae any special meanin*?!es, my name does hae some special meanin*. My family name means peace,and my first name meansstron* one. My nic name was *ien to me by one of my hi*h school teachers, and it does not hae any special meanin* really.b. -oes your name hae any special meanin*?I presume you are referrin* to my Muslim name. !es, the /n*lish e0uialent of my family name would  be somethin* lie peace, and in the case of my first nameit would be stron* one. My nic name was randomly chosen by one of my hi*hschool teachers, and it really doesnt hae any special meanin*.a. Is your name important to you? 3o. I dont thin it can do anythin* for me. I beliee a person has to wor out hisown life. I am plannin* to do this as well as I can.b. Is your name important to you? 3ot really. I am part of the new *eneration who do not attach too muchsi*nificance to our names. 3ames were important to the older *eneration as theyof the opinion that it will determine your destiny to some e+tent. Howeer, I personally beliee that I myself will determine my destiny irrespectie of what myname is. I will do this  by ac0uirin* *ood 0ualifications and by worin* hard. Hometown '. How lon* hae you lied in your hometown?I come from +++. My parents hae been liin* here for the past thirty years or so.I *rew up here and I attended a well4nown school called School number 1 .#e lie in a respectable area with many shops, restaurants, and a ariety of other businesses. 5he people in our buildin* are *enerally friendly and 0uite,which maes it a pleasure to lie there.&a. #here do you lie?  I lie with my parents here in +++ at the moment. 5o be more e+act, we lie in anapartment buildin* in one of the northern suburbs of the city. I hae my own roomand en6oy the priacy that it brin*s, but I am looin* forward to the day that I canhae my own apartment. 7llow me to e+plain8 they are *ood parents,and I loethem ery much, but I would lie to be more independent soon.&b. #here do you lie?#ell, that is not so easy to answer. 9lease allow me to e+plain. -urin* the wee Ilie in a dormitory at the uniersity, but oer weeends I lie with my parents in ailla*e about one hour by car from +++. So I really do not now which of the twoto call my home at the moment.1(. Can you tell me somethin* about your hometown?!es, certainly. XXX is in the northeast part of my country. It has about threemillion inhabitants. It has many heay industries such as automobile, andmachine tool manufacturers. In addition, it is rich in history. :or e+ample, the +++inaded the city and committed many atrocities ;that is to say many crimes<durin* the occupation. 5his is still remembered by many of the elderly fols tothis day. 7nother e+ample that I could mention is the Imperial 9alace thatbelon*ed to the last dynasty.11. #hat are the main places of interest in your hometown? #hy?Sure. :irstly, I could mention the =reat >ier, which you will find around the city.5o the northeast of the city there is the famous Mountains and the oolo*icalpar and botanical *ardens. In summer it is a popular place to isit and seeti*ers, bears, woles, other animals and een pandas in their naturalenironment. In winter we often *o siin* there. Secondly, I would lie to mentionthe 9ar. It consists of a lar*e par, with many *ardens and a lae. In addition italso is the site of an emperors tomb from the -ynasty. @astly, there are manyother sites that are worthwhile isitin*. :or e+ample, =oernment ;City Hall<S0uare with the =reat 5heater alon*side it,   Aaa S0uare, and the spectacular 5B5ower, which is the hi*hest architectural attraction in my country 12. #hat places in your hometown do you lie best?5here are many places that I lie. If I had to choose one place, I would lie to tellyou about =oernment S0uare. :irstly, it is the lar*est s0uare . #hat I mean isthat it is a lar*e open space where one can see the sy clearly, and feel free.Secondly, it houses an important *oernment buildin*. I *uess you could call itthe City Hall.1 a. #hat are the main crops in your re*ion?In our re*ion many crops are *rown. :or e+ample one would find all inds of e*etables in the fields of this re*ion. In addition, many farmers hae orchards.Here they *row many inds of fruit lie apples,  pears, and peaches.1 b. #hat are the main crops in your re*ion?In our re*ion many crops are *rown. :or e+ample one would find all inds of e*etables in the fields of this re*ion. In addition, many farmers hae orchards.Here they *row many inds of fruit lie apples,  pears, and peaches. @astly, it isimportant to note that it is not nown for its a*riculture. It is better nown asanindustrial city. :or e+ample, here are many heay industries manufacturin*anythin* from aircraft and automobiles to machine tools.  1$a. #hat is the difference between your hometown and other cities ;suchas Hon* on*<? 5he main difference between my hometown and Hon* on* is the climate. :or e+ample, there they hae a tropical climate. 5hat is to say that it is ery hot andhumid. Here in my hometown we hae cold winters and hot summers. Secondly,My hometown is an industrial city, whereas Hon* on* is more a financial center.5hat is to say, here we hae many factory worers, or to be more e+act, family4orientated worers who are not ery wealthy, and in Hon* on* there are manytycoons, millionaires, and wealthy  people.1$b. #hat is the difference between your hometown and Hon* on*?5he main difference between my hometown and Hon* on* is the climate. :or e+ample, there they hae a tropical climate. 5hat is to say that it is ery hot andhumid. Here in my hometown we hae cold winters and hot summers. 7lthou*hcities lie 5oronto,3ew !or, are lar*er than my hometown , they all are bustlin*with industrial and cultural actiities. Maybe Hon* on* is an e+ception, as it isbetter nown as one of the most important financial capitals of the world.1%. Can you tell me somethin* about the character of the people in your hometown?#ell, they arenDt any different from the inhabitants in any other lar*e city. :or e+ample, here we also hae many wholesome families as well as our share of criminal elements in the society. In addition, I beliee that my hometown has notbeen westernied to the same e+tent as a city lie Hon*on*. :or e+ample, thepeople hae not become materialistic to the same e+tent as the inhabitants of Hon* on*. In other words, in my hometown you would still find many *ood old4fashioned ;traditional<  people who hae stron* principles and alues about manyaspects of life. 9resent Situation ;student< 1a. 7re you a student or do you hae a 6ob?I am a student at the moment. I am studyin* /n*lish on a full4time basis at a@an*ua*e School here . #e hae classes in the mornin*s, afternoons, andeenin*s. #ednesday afternoons we are off, and are allowed to *o swimmin* ata nearby hotel. #e hae a number of forei*n teachers who assist us in thecorrect pronunciation and *rammar of the lan*ua*e.1b. 7re you a student or do you hae a 6ob?I hae a 6ob. I am worin* in a worshop of a lar*e manufacturin* plant at themoment. I *raduated from hi*h school two years a*o, and went to worimmediately. I am an assistant to one of the automotie electricians in theworshop. I hae to assist my artisan in *ettin* his 6obs done. :or instance, Ihae the responsibility to see that are the tools are in *ood order, and that theworshop is always ept clean and tidy.1. #hat do you lie most about your studies?#ell, I *uess the speain* part. 9lease allow me to e+plain. @an*ua*e is allabout communication. So when I am able to communicate with someone in/n*lish, I feel that I hae achieed somethin*. I  particularly lie our free talsessions with the forei*n teachers. It *ies me the opportunity to 0uestion themabout their countries and cultures.1'. #hat is your ma6or?7s I hae been studyin* on a full4time basis at an /n*lish   @an*ua*e School, wehae only one sub6ect, namely /n*lish for 7cademic 9urposes called /79. #edo readin* and writin*, practical speain*, and listenin* by means of cassettes./n*lish is the lan*ua*e of the future, especially in the business world. #hat Imean to say is that when I am able to communicate well in /n*lish I will not onlybe able to *o and study abroad and improe my 0ualifications, but also haemastered a ery necessary tool for my future career.1&. #hich is the best uniersity in your country?5hats an interestin* 0uestion. 7llow me to e+plain my personal iew by shortlymentionin* the followin*  points8 I beliee that the +++ Eniersity is the bestEniersity in the country. :or e+ample, it has the hi*hest percenta*e of studentspassin* their courses of all the uniersities in my country.2(. -escribe your study habits?I hae well established study habits. :or e+ample, I always start promptly at ei*htin the eenin*s. I study for two hours, hae a ten4minute brea, and the study for another two hours. I follow this habit from Mondays to :ridays, but oer theweeends I put in more hours. :or e+ample, I study in the mornin*s andafternoons, and then tae the eenin*s off to rela+ with my family or friends.21. -o you thin your present sub6ects are releant?!es. 7llow me to e+plain myself by shortly mentionin* the followin* points8:irstly, we often use case studies in class. #hat I mean is that the professor *ies us e+amples from real life to e+amine and report on. Secondly, our lecturers and some adisors from the releant industries hae set up our studymaterial. #hat I mean to say is that the people who we are *oin* to wor for oneday hae had the opportunity to tell the uniersity what they thin we should betau*ht.22. #hat ind of 6ob would you prefer after *raduation?I would lie to become a medical doctor. 9lease allow me to e+plain. :irstly, Iwould lie to render a serice in the community to which I will eentually belon*.:or e+ample, I would lie to assist the elderly that do not hae the financialmeans to afford priate hospitals.2 . #hat are your 6ob prospects?I am plannin* to become a Hotel Mana*er. 9lease allow me to e+plain. :irstly, Ibeliee that the hotel industry will be *rowin* *reatly in future. :or e+ample,people are becomin* more affluent, and spend more and more of their money onholidays. In addition, I beliee that after *raduatin* I will be able to find a *ood 6ob anywhere in the world. #hat I mean to say is that all hotels and resorts haethe same ob6ecties irrespectie of where they are situated. 5heir aim is toensure that their *uests hae a *ood time and return a*ain. 9resent Situation ;employee< 2$a. -o you hae a de*ree? If so, when and where did you *raduate?!es. I hae a Fachelors -e*ree in /lectrical /n*ineerin*. I *raduated in 2((1from +++ Eniersity . It is the lar*est uniersity in my country and has abouttwenty thousand students.2$b. -o you hae a de*ree? If so, when and where did you *raduate? 3o. I hae a -iploma in 3ursin*. I *raduated in 2((1 from the Medical 

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