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1. Where are you living at the moment? 
2. Who do you live with? 
3. How long have you been living there? 
4. Are you planning to move to another area to live? 
5. What do you like about the area around where you live? 
6. Do you know many people living nearby? 
7. What changes have you seen in this area since you have been living there? 
8. What changes would you like to see in this area? 
1. What’s your major? 
2. Do you like it? 3. Will you change it if you have a chance ? 
4. Which major will you change it to? 
5. Is it different from what you had in mind? 
6. Why did you choose that major? 
1. Do you work or are you a student? 
2. What did you do on the first day of your job? 
3. What specific things do you do on your job? 
4. What do you like most about your job? 
5. Why did you choose that job? 
6. Would you recommend that job to others? 
7. Do you think this job has a bright future? 
8. What are the most interesting and the difficult part of your job? 
1. Who do you trust most? 
2. What kind of people do you trust? 
3. Have you ever lost trust in somebody? 
4. Do you trust artificial intelligence? 
1. Have you ever been to any island? 
2. Are there any island in your country? 
3. Do you want to live on an island if you have a chance? 
4. What do you like to do when you are on an island? 
1. Do you often wear makeup? 
2. What does wearing makeup mean to you? 
3. Do you give makeup as a gift? 
4. What do you think when you see a man wearing makeup? 
1. Do you eat out a lot? 
2. Do you eat healthy food? 
3. How often do you eat with your family? 
4. Do you prefer eating at home or at a restaurant? 
1. When was the last time you went to a forest? 
2. Do you like to go to a forest if you are free? 
Amusement Park 
1. Do you like amusement parks? 
 2. How often do you go to amusement parks? 
3. What do you usually do at amusement parks?

1. Do you like sunshine? 
2. What do you usually do on sunny days? 
3. Do you often use sunscreen? 
1. What kinds of things make you tired? 
2. What do you do when you feel tired? 
3. Who do you usually talk to when you feel mentally tired? 
4. Do you like to talk to strangers when you feel mentally tired? 
Old topics (Sep – Dec 2019) 
Social Media 

1. Do you use social media websites? 
2. Do you like to use Facebook? 
3. Do you prefer an information app or a chat app? 
4. How did you first find out about social media websites? 
5. Is social media very popular in your country? 
6. Do you think social media will become more popular in the future? 
7. Do you feel social media is more a positive thing, or more negative thing? 
1. Do you like perfume? 
2. Do you wear perfume? 
3. How much money do you spend on perfume? 
4. Have you ever given perfume as a gift? 
5. Would you ever give perfume as a gift? 
1. Do you like to lend things to others? 
2. Would you lend money to someone else? 
3. Have you ever borrowed money from someone else? 
4. Have you ever lent a book to others? 
5. How do you feel about others borrowing things from you? 
Supermarket/ Street Market 
1. Do you like visiting street markets? 
2. Do you often go to supermarket? 
3. Are street markets very common in your country? 
4. Would you be interested if you saw a street market in a foreign country? 
5. Do people in your country prefer to shop at a street market, or in a shopping mall? 
6. Are there many shopping malls in your living area? 
Visiting Relatives & Friends 

1. Do you often visit your relatives?  (Why?) 
2. What do you do when you visit them? 
3. When was the last time you visited them? what did you do? 
4. Do you (ever or often) go to your friends’ homes to visit them? 
Families Activities 
1. Do you often stay together with your family? 
2. Do you prefer to stay with your family or friends? 
1. Do you often smile? 
2. When was the last time you laughed? 
3. In what situations do people smile? 
4. Do you smile when you are having your picture taken?    
5. Can you sense if someone’s smile is fake? 
Time management/ Plan 
1. Do you make plans every day? 
2. Would you say you manage your time well? 
3. What’s the biggest difficulty you have when managing time? 
4. What’s the latest plan you made? 
1. What do you do when you see rubbish on the street? 
2. Do you think it’s important to protect the environment? 
3. How do you feel when you see someone throw litter on the ground? 
4. Do you think plastic bags are a serious environmental problem? 
5. Do you do anything to protect the environment? 
Places to Play 
1. Where did you play when you were a child? 
2. Did you play at your friend’s home? 
3. Did you prefer to play outside or inside when you were young? 
4. Do you think it’s important for children to play outside? 
1. What’s the weather like in your city? 
2. Do you have a favourite type of weather? 
3. Would you move to another city because of the weather? 
1. Do you travel often? 
2. What’s the most beautiful place you’ve been to? 
3. Where would you like to travel for a vacation? (Why?) 
4. Who do you often spend holiday with?  
5. Do you prefer traveling alone or in a group? 
6. How much traveling have you done? 
7. What kind of places have you visited in your life? 
8. When you visit new places, what do you like to do? 
9. In which seasons do you prefer to travel? 
10. What is the best season to travel in your country? 
1. What kind of transport do you most often use? 
2. How do you usually go to school / work? 
3. How long does it take to travel to school / work? 
4. How did you go to school when you were a child? 
5. Do you prefer to use public, or private transportation? 
6. Do you think you’ll use public transport more in the future? 
1. What cities have you ever travelled to? 
2. Which city do you like to travel to? 
3. Would you ever move to another city for work? 
4. In what ways do you think a city can be designed to best suit the needs of pedestrians?    
5. Who would you say uses public transport more, young people or old people?   
1. Do you like maths? 
2. Do you often use a calculator? 
3. When did you start to use a calculator? 
4. (Similar to above) How often do you use a calculator? 
5. Do you think maths is important? 
6. Do you think females (girls) are good at maths? 
7. Some people think that maths isn’t needed in our life. What do you think? 

Going out 
 1. Who do you usually want to go out with? 
2. How often do you go out with your friends? 
3. Where do you like to go to when you are out with your friends?  
4. Do you like to go out with a big group or just with some friends?  

1. Do you like reading?    
2. What kinds of books do you like to read? 
3. Do you like E-books? 
4. Do you ever read professional books?    
5. Have you ever lent or borrowed a book? 


1. Describe an advice you received on your subjects or work 
You should say: 
What it was 
Who you received it from  
What you did after receiving it  
And how you felt about it  
Part 3 
Why do young people feel it hard to make career choices? 
2. Describe an experience that you visited a friend 
You should say: 
Who you visited 
Who you did 
Why you visited him or her 
3. Describe a time you spent a lot of money on something. 
You should say: 
What you bought 
When you bought it 
Where you bought it 
And explain why you spent a lot of money to buy it 

4. Describe a situation when you celebrated your achievement. 
You should say: 
What you did 
When you celebrated it 
Who you celebrated it with 
And  how you felt about it 
5. Describe a film you would like to share with your friend. 
You should say: 
What it is 
Where you watched it  
Who you watched it with  
And why you want to share it with your friend  
Part 3 Which kinds of films are popular in your country? 
6. Describe a place where you read and write (not your home). 
You should say: 
Where it is 
How often you go there 
Who you go there with 
And explain how you feel about it 
7. Describe a place you remember well that is full of colors. 
You should say: 
What it is 
Where it is 
How it looks like  
And explain why you remember it well 
8. Describe a toy you got in your childhood 
You should say: 
What it was 
When you got it 
How you got it 
And how you felt about it  
9. Describe a piece of software you use often 
You should say: 
What it is 
What it is for 
How useful it is 
And explain why you use it often  
10. Describe a  journey that you went on by car 
You should say: 
When it was 
Where you went 
Who you were with 
And you felt about the journey 
Part 3 
Is driving skill important? 
Do you think cars are a daily necessity? 
What will cars look like in the future? 
What are the advantages of owning a car? 
What are the disadvantages of owning a car? 
11. Describe a female leader you would like to meet 
You should say: 
Who she is 
What she does 
What she is like  
And explain why you would like to meet her  
Part 3: 
What is gender inequality in the workplace? 
What are the causes of gender inequality in the workplace? 
Do women have more responsibility for taking care of children? 
12. Describe a good experience of online shopping. 
You should say: 
When it happened 
What you bought 
Why you bought it 
And explain why you think it was a good experience 
Part 3: 
What are the advantages and disadvantages of online shopping? 
Do you think it is safe to shop online? 
Do you think the government should impose more control on online shopping? 
13. Describe a city you went to with your family 
You should say: 
When it happened  
Where you went to  
How it was 
And explain why you liked it  
14. Describe a time you taught an older person something new 
You should say: 
Who you taught 
What you taught 
Why you taught this person 
And explain how you felt about it  
Part 3 
Is it easy for old people use new technology? 
Why do some old people refuse to use new technology? 

15. Describe an important technological product you bought 
You should say: 
What it was 
How you used it  
Why you bought it 
And explain why you think it is important  
16. Describe a product or application which is based on artificial intelligence 
You should say: 
What it is 
What it is used for 
How it is used 
And explain what you think of it  
Part 3 
Can Artificial Intelligence be conscious?  
How does AI help us in everyday life? 
What are the advantages and disadvantages of AI? 
1. Describe a time you enjoyed a free day off work or school
You should say:  
when it was; 
what you did; 
how long the free time lasted; 
and explain how you felt about it. 

2. Describe a situation that others didn’t tell you the whole truth.  
You should say: 
what the situation was; 
who was involved; 
why they didn’t tell you the whole truth; 
and explain how you felt when you found out you were not told the whole truth. 

3. Describe a situation when you didn’t have enough time 
You should say: 
– when it was 
– where you were 
– what you tried to do or finish 
– and explain why you didn’t have enough time for it 

1. Do people nowadays have more pressure time than before? 
2. What is the main reason people cannot have enough time to do? 
3. Do people can control their time wisely when they are older? 
4. How can people balance their time for working and their private life? 
5. Is it important for people to relax during a day? 
6. Modern technologies make people use time up or reduce time? 
4. Describe someone you would like to study or work with 
You should say: 
– who this person is 
– how long you have known this person 
– what you have done together 
– and why you you would like to study or work with this person 
1. How do people in your country make friends these days?
2. What qualities do you think are important in a friend? 
3. Why is it hard to maintain friendships for some people? 
4. What factors may result in the breakdown of a good friendship? 
5. Do you think it is a good idea to borrow money from a friend? Why or why not? 
6. Friendship is the most important relationship. Do you agree? Why? Why not?  

5. Describe a time you went out with your friends and had a good time 
You should say: 
Where you went 
When you went out   
What you did 
And explain why you had a good  time  
1. What is the difference between staying with friends and staying with family? 
2. Do science and technology improve the relationship between people? 
6. Describe a singer that you like. 
You should say: 
– Who he/she is  
– Where and when you heard him/her sing for the first time 
– What types of song she/he sings and explain why you like his/her music 

Part 3 
Why do some people seem to be better at singing than others? 
Do you think there are benefits from being able to sing well? 
Do you think people need to learn how to sing (or is it a natural skill)? 
Do you think everyone (or anyone) can be trained to become a singer? 
Do you think women are better singers than men? 
What advice would you give someone if they wanted to learn to sing?  
What do you think is the most important quality that a singer needs to have? 
Do you think having a good voice can help a person get a girlfriend or boyfriend? 
Can you suggest why some old songs are still popular today? 
Do you think everyone (or anyone) can learn to play a musical instrument? 
Do you think it is a good idea to teach music to children in schools?  
How do you think the music industry will evolve (change, develop) in the future? 
7. Describe a friend or a person who encouraged you to achieve a goal.  
You should say: 
– What this person is 
– What this person encourage you to do 
– What this person have help And explain why this encouragement help you to achieve the goal 
Part 3 
Is it important for teenagers to have goals? 
What do you think would encourage young children to learn more? 
How should we encourage children? 
How could we make children interested in things that they don’t have interest? 
8. Describe a time the vehicle you were travelling in broke down. 
You should say: 
where you were going; 
who you were with; 
how long it took to fix the vehicle; 
and explain how you felt about it. 
Part 3 
What are the advantages of disadvantages of private transport? 
What needs to be improved in public transport in your country? 
9. Describe a time you taught something new to a younger person 
You should say: 
– when it happened 
– who and what you taught 
– why you taught this person 
– and how you felt about the teaching 
10. Describe a prize you would like to win/ Describe an award you would like to receive. 
You should say: 
what prize (or award) it is (or, would be)  
how you know about (or learned about) this prize/award 
what you would need to do to get it (or, how you would win it) 
and explain why you would like to win this prize (or, receive this award) 

Part 3 
Is it good to have competition?  
Do you think it’s good to award prizes in school and/university? 
Do you think companies should give their employees prizes? 

11. Describe a person you wanted to be similar to when you were growing up 
You should say: 
– who this person was 
– when you first met the person 
– what the person did 
– and you would like to become this person 
What are parents’ responsibilities for their children? 
What’s the influence of parents on their children? 
What would children do to make their parents proud? 
What do you think are some of the most difficult problems faced by parents?  

12. Describe a person who has interesting ideas or opinions.  
You should say: 
who this person is 
how you know this person 
what interesting ideas/opinions he or she has 
and explain you think why his/her ideas are interesting. 
Part 3 
At what age do you think (young) people begin to have their own ideas? (Why?) 
When do children start to have their own ideas? 
Who do you think has more influence on children’s ideas, their parents or their teachers? 
Can you suggest why children, as they grow older, have more and more disagreements with their parents about ideas? 
13. Describe a water sport you would like to try in the future.  
You should say: 
– what sport it is 
– When and where would you do it 
– What preparations and equipment you would need and explain why you would like to try this sport 
Part 3 
Can you suggest why many people like to be in (or, go to) a places near water? 
Why do think transport on water was developed? 
14. Describe a famous person (still living), not from your country, who you would like to meet. 
You should say: 
where this person comes from 
how you first learned about him or her  
why / how this person is famous 
and explain why you would like to meet this person 
Part 3 
How do people become famous? 
Do you think there are any drawbacks from being famous? 
15. Describe a quiz program or game show on TV you like. 
You should say: 
– What it is 
– How you know it 
– What it is like 
– Why you like it 
Part 3 
Do people in your country like to watch TV? 
Why do some people like to watch TV on their computer? 
Are there any differences between the games children’s games and adults’ games? 
16. Describe a piece of information that you think is not correct.  
You should say: 
what information 
where you heard/read this information 
when you heard/read it 
and explain why you think it is incorrect. 
Part 3 
What kind of job need giving information? 
How can someone tell if the information they receive is right or wrong? 
Would you say people trust the information that is found online? 
17. Describe a time you received a call from someone you don’t know.  
You should say: 
when it was 
where you were when you received it 
what the call was about 
and explain how you felt (after) when you received this call.   
Part 3 
Do you think it’s good to talk loudly on a bus? 
In your opinion, would it be a good idea to have laws prohibiting speaking loudly in public? 
18. Describe a time that you invited family or friends to have dinner at home or in a restaurant 
You should say 
who organized this meal 
where you had it 
what you talked about during the meal 
what you ate and drank 
and explain why you had this meal with your friends. 
Part 3 
Do people in your country prefer to eat at home or in restaurants?  
What would you say are the benefits and drawbacks of eating in a restaurant? 
What do people usually cook for special festivals?   
More and more people are having (or, getting) their meals delivered, so would people cook at home? 
19. Describe a person who helps others in his spare time.  
You should say: 
who he or she is; 
what he or she always does to help others; 
why he or she always helps others; 
and explain how you feel about this person. 
Part 3 
Are you willing to help others? 
Who should teach children help others? 
Should people lend money to others? 
20. Describe a healthy lifestyle you know 
You should say: 
what it is 
how you know it 
what one would do to live this healthy lifestyle 
and explain why it is healthy 
Do women pay more attention to their health than men? 
Could governments do more to promote healthier lifestyle options? 
Do you think most people worry more about their health as they get older?
What do old people in your country do to keep fit? 
What else people can do to keep fit besides sports? 
Do you think that the tobacco companies should be held reasonably responsible for a person’s addiction to nicotine?  

21. Describe a time when you used the internet to solve a problem. 
You should say: 
what problem it was 
when you did this 
how long it took you 
and explain why you used the internet to solve this problem. 
Part 3 
What influence does the internet have on people (individually), and the society? 
Do you think libraries will disappear one day? 
What do people use the internet for? 
Would you say many people waste time “surfing the internet”?  
How do you think people will be using the internet in 10 years (time) 
22. Describe a place you plan to travel to that is far away from your home.  
You should say: 
where it would be; 
how you would like to go there; 
what you would do there; 
and explain why you would like to go there. 
Do you think modern life give people enough time for leisure? 
What’s the most important factor for a tourist attraction? 
Do you think we should have more public holidays? 
What do people need before travelling to another country? 
Is there any difference between young tourists and adult tourists? 
Do you think tourism will harm the earth? 
Which method of travel do you consider safest? 
In 20 or 30 years, how do you think traveling will be different to what it is today? 
23. Describe something a child did that made you laugh.  
You should say:  
who the child was; 
how old he or she was; 
what he or she did; 
and explain why it made you laugh. 
PART 3 What can make children laugh? 
Which is the best age to have children? 
24. Describe a time that you got up early in the morning 
– when it happened 
– why you got up early 
– who you were with 
and explain how you felt about getting up early. 
Part 3 
What effect would sleeping late have on one’s life? 
What do you think are the benefits of getting up early? 
What kinds of jobs require people to get up early? 
Do you think old people find it easier to get up early than young people? 
What time do people usually get to bed (in your country)? 
What do you think are the benefits of having a nap in the middle of the day? 
25. Describe something special you brought back home from a holiday.  
You should say: 
what it was; 
when and where you bought it; 
why you bought it; 
and explain how you felt about it. 
Part 3 
What kinds of souvenirs do people usually buy from a tourist attraction? 
Is it good that local people sell things to tourists? 
26. Describe an impressive advertisement you remember well.  
You should say:  
when and where you saw it; 
what was advertised; 
what the contents of the advertisements were; 
and explain why you remember it well. 
 Part 3 
Why do some people hate advertisements? 
Do people buy stuffs after watching advertisements? 
Is music useful in advertising? 
What are the advantages of TV advertisements? 
27. Describe a practical skill you learnt.  
You should say:  
what the skill was; 
who you learnt it from; 
how you learnt it; 
and explain how useful it was. 
Part 3 
What is the most practical skill in this modern world? 
What kinds of skills are difficult to learn? 
What kinds of professions require  practical skills? 
28. Describe a person you know who speaks a foreign language well.  
You should say: 
who this person is 
what language(s) they know 
what he/she uses this language (or, these languages) for    
and explain why you think they (he/she) learned it well. 
Part 3 
Do you think if it’s possible to learn a language perfectly? 
Is learning a new language important? 
What benefits for one’s career does knowledge of foreign languages bring? 
Who do you think learns a language faster, children or adults? 
Do you think that English will become the most commonly used language in the world? 
Do you think foreigners will be learning your language in the future?

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Thạc sĩ Tú Phạm


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