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22/10/2018
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Important Discussion for Speaking English to Urdu Hindi Part 1 Talking about Restaurant and Food
Important Discussion for Speaking English to Urdu Hindi Part 1 Talking about Restaurant and Food

Important Discussion for Speaking English to Urdu Hindi Part 1 Talking about Restaurant and Food
Important Discussion for Speaking English to Urdu Hindi Part 1 Talking about Restaurant and Food

Important Discussion for Speaking English to Urdu Hindi Part 1 Talking about Restaurant and Food
Important Discussion for Speaking English to Urdu Hindi Part 1 Talking about Restaurant and Food

Important Discussion for Speaking English to Urdu Hindi Part 1 Talking about Restaurant and Food
Important Discussion for Speaking English to Urdu Hindi Part 1 Talking about Restaurant and Food

Important Discussion for Speaking English to Urdu Hindi Part 1 Talking about Restaurant and Food
Important Discussion for Speaking English to Urdu Hindi Part 1 Talking about Restaurant and Food

Important Discussion for Speaking English to Urdu Hindi Part 1 Talking about Restaurant and Food
Important Discussion for Speaking English to Urdu Hindi Part 1 Talking about Restaurant and Food

Important Discussion for Speaking English to Urdu Hindi Part 1 Talking about Restaurant and Food





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EA English Daily conversation Important Sentences that you need to improve Your English. EA ENGLISH Stature Your English to MAKE it with new ways. AN innovative way to speak English with this video lesson. With Urdu Translation.

ADDITIONAL 1

How often do you eat out? Who do you go with?

I often eat out on weekends, when I hang out with my friends.

What restaurant do you usually visit?

Well, there are not many restaurants in my neighborhood, so my best choice is the deli in convenient stores like the Circle K, Mini-Stop, B-smart.

What type of food do you enjoy to eat? Western or Asian?

I’m interested in Asian food, Western food is not my thing.

How much do you usually pay when you eat out?

It’s not very expensive, just around $5 for each meal.

Do you enjoy spicy food?

Yes, I do, especially on cold days.

Are the servers there friendly to you?

Yes, they are. Most of them are really helpful.

Have you ever tried Italian food?

Yes, at least once, when I was in my friend’s wedding party.

Are you concerned about calories when eating out?

Yes, I am. I’m on diet now, so this really matters to me.

Are fast food restaurants like KFC or McDonald’s famous in your country?

Yes, they are. The youth in my country are big fans of fast food.

Do you often drink alcohol when eating out?

No, not often. Just when I have parties with my friends.

ADDITIONAL 2

What subjects did you learn in school?

I learned Math, Science, Physics, Biology, Geography, History, Literature, English, Art, and Music.

What subject did you like the most when you were at school? Were you good at it?

I liked Biology the most although I was excellent at Literature.

Did your friends like that subject too?

Yes, they did. They enjoyed every single Biology lesson.

Was the textbook written in English or any other language?

It was written in English.

Who taught that subject?

My teacher was Ms. Karen, from the USA.

How was that subject helpful to you?

It helped me a lot in becoming a Biology teacher.

How often did you learn that subject?

I often had Biology lessons 5 times a week.

How long did you spend on that subject at home?

I spent roughly 2 hours per day studying Biology at home.

Have you ever attended any extra classes for that subject?

Yes, I have. I usually attended evening classes.

Is it important to study hard on both social sciences and natural sciences?

No, it isn’t. Students should study the ones they like and those that are helpful to their career path.

ADDITIONAL 3

How many events have you joined this year? What were they about?

I have joined more than 10 events so far, most of which were about education.

What was your most memorable event?

The most memorable for me was an international study conference, in which I was introduced to some famous universities in Europe to study overseas.

Was it organized indoors or outdoors?

It was an indoor event.

Who sponsored the event?

The event organizer was the Education Department of American Center, but the universities introduced in the conference were the ones who paid.

Who went to the event with you?

I went there with my friends, who shared the same interest in studying abroad as me

What were some performances in the event?

There were not many performances. Each university representative just had a speech to introduce their school to students and then they hosted Q&A session.

Was the event shown on TV?

The event was not aired, but there were television advertisements for it.

How would someone market an event?

Taking advantage of social media is a smart way to promote an event.

ADDITIONAL 4

What are the benefits of reading a newspaper/magazine?

Newspapers/magazines can broaden your mind about thousands of things without the need to travel.

How often do you read it?

I read it every day.

What’s the best time to read the newspaper?

I think the best time is in the morning when you start a new day.

What types of magazines do you usually read?

I usually read politics and fashion magazines. I also enjoy reading about culture and tourism.

What’s your favorite magazine?

My favorite is The New York Times, which writes about all sorts of things: business, sports, movies, travel, books, jobs, education, and real estate.

Do you read the paper or online news?

I prefer online news to save money.

How much does it cost you to buy paper newspaper per month?

I only buy a monthly newspaper, so it doesn’t cost much money. Around $5/month.

What is the most popular magazine in your country?

I think it would be Forbes magazine, a leading source for reliable business news and financial information.

With the popularity of Internet, do you think newspapers and magazines will disappear?

Yes, unfortunately it’s just a matter of time.

ADDITIONAL 5

Which tourist attractions do you prefer when traveling? Historical places or natural landmarks?

Well, historical places are always my first choice when traveling.

What do you usually do when visiting historical places?

I usually listen to the tour-guide introducing the sights and take notes about important historical events.

Can you name some historical places you have visited?

Whenever I travel to a foreign country, I always visit its famous historical places. Some of them are the Pyramids in Egypt, Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Stonehenge in England and the Taj Mahal in India.

What’s your most favorite historical place? Why?

I love the Pyramids the most. Taking a tour around the Pyramids, I can not only enjoy the gorgeous architecture but also learn cultural and historical values of the ancient Egyptian culture.

What is the most famous historical place in your country?

It’s definitely the Statue of Liberty in New York city.

What’s special about it?

The statue was gifted by the people of France. It is a symbol of freedom for the US as well as a welcoming sight to people coming to the US from another country.

Where is it located?

It’s located on Liberty island in New York Harbor, NYC.

Should the youth visit historical places instead of other places?

Sure. Nowadays the youth should visit these kind of places more often in order to preserve historical and cultural values of their country.

ADDITIONAL 6

What kind of presents are popular in your country?

It depends on the receivers. For children, toys are the best choice. For youth, souvenirs are recommended.

Who gave presents to you? On what occasions?

I have received many presents, most of which were from my friends. They gave me gifts on my birthday.

What was your last present?

It was a hand-made doll, given by my best friend when I moved to another city.

What was the one you like best?

I loved my book Nepal a lot. It was given to me on my 23rd birthday by my brother.

Did you ever get a present you didn’t like?

Yes, I have, but I still treasure and take care of them.

How do you thank people who give you presents?

I gave them presents that they would like

What are the times of the year that people give presents in your country?

Some special occasions are birthdays, weddings, graduation, New Year’s day, Valentine’s day, housewarming ceremonies, etc.

Who was the last person you gave a present to?

My mom, I bought her a coat on a business trip to Bangkok.

Is giving presents important in daily life?

Yes, it is. It’s one of the best ways to show your love and gratitude to someone.

ADDITIONAL 7

How many rooms are there in your house?

There are 6 rooms: a living room, 2 bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchen.

Which floor is your bedroom on?

My bedroom is on the first floor of a three-storey house.

Is it big or small?

It’s not very spacious, just enough to put necessary furniture in.

What color is your bedroom painted?

It’s painted pink, my favorite color.

Do you love your room? Why?

I love it very much because it is my private space whenever I go home.

What furniture does your bedroom contain?

It contains a bed, a desk, and a clothing closet.

What do you do in it?

Well, I spend most of my free time there reading books and sleeping.

How much time do you spend in your room?

About 10 hours a day, especially in the evening.

Do you share your room with anyone else?

No, everyone in my family has their own room, so I stay there alone.

ADDITIONAL 8

Did you have a happy childhood?

Yes, I did. I enjoyed playing hide and seek with my peers.

Did you experience your childhood in a city or countryside?

I spent my childhood in a rural area where I could see vast rice fields.

Did you usually skip class when you were a child?

Yes, I did, and many of my friends did, too.

Who were you with when you were a child?

I was with my beloved family.

What did you want to be when you were a child?

I dreamed of being a fashion designer.

Who did you love the most when you were a child?

I loved my mom the most since she was always there and took care of me.

Who was your childhood hero?

Robin Hood, he took money from the rich and gave it to the poor.

What reminds you of your childhood?

Green rice fields which I happen to see everywhere remind me of my beautiful childhood.

Did you change a lot when you grew up?

Yes, of course. I’m more mature now both physically and mentally.

Why is childhood important?

Because it shapes people into who they will become.

ADDITIONAL 9

How often do you read books?

I read books almost every night before I go to bed.

What’s your favorite type of book?

I love reading about different cultures.

What can you learn from books?

Books can broaden my horizon about thousands of things around the world, and books are also my best friends.

Where do you read books?

I read books at home, sometimes in the library.

What’s the most interesting book you have ever read?

I think that would be Nepal, a book written about the country of Nepal, published in 1999.

How long does it take you to finish a book?

Well, it depends on the length of the book, but it usually takes me a week to finish a 300-page book.

Do you usually bring books with you when you travel?

Yes, I do. When I’m at the airport or bus station, I read books to kill time.

Is there any bookstore or library in your area?

Unfortunately, there are none near my house. The nearest one is 3 kilometers away.

ADDITIONAL 10

How many places have you traveled to?

I’ve visited all the provinces throughout my country.

Who do you usually go with?

I often go with my family, sometimes with my best friends.

What’s your favorite tourist attraction?

That would be Venice city in Italy. I love riding the gondola along the canals while watching Italian people live their daily lives.

Have you ever been abroad?

Yes, I have. I came to Italy last year for a business trip.

What language do you use when traveling?

English, but sometimes I have to use body language since not all people are good at English.

What do you usually do during your trip?

I often go sightseeing, take pictures, mingle with the local people and sample the local cuisine.

What do you do to prepare for your trip?

Before the trip, I search for information about the location, weather, famous tourist attractions, transportation, local cuisine and prices on the internet.

What do you usually bring when you travel?

I usually pack my suitcase with some necessary items such as clothes, medicine, food, a map, and a camera.

Do you prefer traveling by car, train or plane?

I prefer planes although it can be a little expensive. Planes are much faster than any other mode of transport.

Do you prefer traveling alone or joining a guided tour?

I love backpacking with my friends who share the same interests as me.

ADDITIONAL 11

Have you ever been in any traffic accident?

Yes, three years ago.

What happened?

I was hit by a car while crossing the road.

How did you feel then?

I felt really terrible because of my injuries.

Who was involved in the accident?

The car driver, his family (inside the car), and me.

Did the insurance company pay for repair service?

I was walking so I did not require any car repair services.

Did you need a lawyer?

I hurt my lower back just a little, so I didn’t call a lawyer.

Did you report the issue to the police?

No, we didn’t want to get the police involved.

Were you sent to the hospital after the accident?

No, the injury wasn’t really serious.

Do you have a driving license?

Yes, I do. I always keep it in my purse.

Why should people obey traffic regulations?

To protect themselves and others. The best ways are to wear a helmet, wait for traffic lights and stay in the appropriate vehicle/pedestrian lanes.

ADDITIONAL 12

How often do you eat out? Who do you go with?

I often eat out on weekends, when I hang out with my friends.

What restaurant do you usually visit?

Well, there are not many restaurants in my neighborhood, so my best choice is the deli in convenient stores like the Circle K, Mini-Stop, B-smart.

What type of food do you enjoy to eat? Western or Asian?

I’m interested in Asian food, Western food is not my thing.

How much do you usually pay when you eat out?

It’s not very expensive, just around $5 for each meal.

Do you enjoy spicy food?

Yes, I do, especially on cold days.

Are the servers there friendly to you?

Yes, they are. Most of them are really helpful.

Have you ever tried Italian food?

Yes, at least once, when I was in my friend’s wedding party.

Are you concerned about calories when eating out?

Yes, I am. I’m on diet now, so this really matters to me.

Are fast food restaurants like KFC or McDonald’s famous in your country?

Yes, they are. The youth in my country are big fans of fast food.

Do you often drink alcohol when eating out?

No, not often. Just when I have parties with my friends.

ADDITIONAL 13

Are you an animal lover?

Yes, I am. I love animals.

Are you raising any pets?

Yes, I have a pitbull puppy at home.

What is it like?

My puppy is friendly, highly intelligent and well-behaved. He always waves his tail and licks my hand to welcome me home.

What does it look like?

He’s a medium-sized puppy with a strong neck, broad chest and brown hair.

What are its habits?

My Pitbull puppy loves doing exercise every day. When he plays, he plays to win.

What do you usually do with it?

We usually play tennis together. My puppy helps me pick up tennis balls.

What does it like to eat?

He loves beef, chicken and some dairy products.

What do you learn from it?

He teaches me loyalty. An adult pitbull may make me feel safe.

Why do people keep pets?

They consider pets as their loyal companions which make their life better.

Are pets well looked after in your country?

Yes. People in my country love pets.

ADDITIONAL 14

What is your hobby?

I like playing sports, especially swimming.

Is your hobby common in your country?

Yes, kids, adults, and senior citizens all like swimming in my country.

Is your hobby the same as when you were a child?

Yes, I was fond of swimming when I was a little girl.

When did you start practicing that hobby?

I started swimming when I was 5 years old.

Is there anybody in your family who you share your hobby with?

My dad, he taught me how to swim.

How much time do you spend on your hobby?

I usually go to the swimming pool twice a week.

What benefits do you get from it?

Swimming is a really good workout. It helps me keep fit and chill out after a long day working.

Have you ever heard of someone having a very unusual hobby? What was it?

Yes, my cousin loves tattooing vehicles. He puts stickers everywhere on his car.

What do you think about someone having weird hobbies?

I don’t think any hobby is weird. It’s just what you like to do, so I don’t judge others.

What hobbies are usually expensive in your country?

Playing golf is a really expensive hobby. Only the rich can afford to buy golf supplies.

ADDITIONAL 15

Do you love handcraft items?

Yeah. My accessories are all hand-made.

What handcraft item do you like?

Well, I’ve got many items, but I really fall in love with my bamboo handbag.

Where did you buy it?

I bought it in a trip to the countryside. People make handcrafts from bamboo there.

Why do you like it?

Because it’s unique. I travel quite a lot, but can hardly find a similar one.

What is it made of?

It’s made of 100% bamboo.

What does it look like?

Being made of traditional material, it looks trendy, though. My handcraft bag has A4 paper size, which is large enough to carry a bunch of stuff: makeup things, a wallet, and tissues.

How is it made?

Luckily, I had a chance to see how it is made. People spent the whole day knitting hundreds of small bamboo fibers together to make one bag.

Is it easy to make?

Nope. I’m not really skillful and patient, so handcrafts seem super hard for me.

What is special about it?

The material itself is what makes it special. It’s eco-friendly as well.

Does it remind you of something?

Yup. It reminds me of the peaceful and quiet atmosphere of the countryside where I visited.

ADDITIONAL 16

What health problem did you have?

I had measles when I was 18.

How did you have that health problem?

I thought I catch measles from someone when they cough or sneeze.

Was that serious?

Not really, but it was unpleasant. I recovered after 10 days staying at home.

What were some symptoms of that health problem?

I had a cold and fever with a cough, a runny nose. The small grayish-white spots appeared on my body, too.

Did you take any medical treatment?

No, I didn’t. The situation wasn’t serious enough to be sent to the hospital then.

How could you recover from it?

Well, let me see, I drank a lot of water, avoided the direct light, and I had to stay off school for 10 days.

What difficulties did you face because of that problem?

I couldn’t go out for a few days, which was boring. I’m not allowed to play outside and I felt so bad about it.

What do people do to prevent that health problem?

By having measles vaccine.

Is that health problem common in your country?

Not really, due to the effectiveness of vaccination.

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