1. Will you learn other languages in the future?
(Answer) Well, my foremost choice would be French.
(Give a reason for your answer) On the one hand, I am really into travelling to France because this nation boasts a diverse range of culture like literature, architecture, fashion, and cooking. A good command of French will equip me with the necessary languages to interact with its native speakers. Besides, I know a lot of engaging French movies so that’s
quite a compelling reason to learn their language.
2. Do you think it is difficult to learn a new language?
(Answer) Yes, of course it is. Well, there are different challenges for different people and for different languages.
(Give a reason for your answer) For the language itself, grammar may baffle many learners, while others can’t pick up pronunciation and struggle to memorize vocabulary. Alphabets can be challenging, especially the complicated ones like Kanji or Tibetan. Besides, other obstacles like the lack of time and resources generally present themselves during the learning process.
3. What language can you speak?
(Answer) I can speak Vietnamese and English and just a bit of Korean.
(Give a reason for your answer) I try to expose myself to the language according to my hobbies and interests. Watching movies with subtitles, reading books on my favorite topics or listening to music are of great help to my linguistic command.
4. Why do you learn English?
(Answer) There are many reasons to learn English nowadays.
(Give a reason for your answer) I learn English out of academic, diplomatic, commercial or other practical considerations because it is the preferred language when communicating with most foreigners. Practically, learning foreign language helps to broaden my opportunities for becoming a global citizen.
1. (be) into [adj]: to be interested in something
Eg: My daughter is into sports all of sudden and really wants to take tennis lessons.
2. equip [v]: to provide a person or a place with objects that are necessary for a particular purpose
Eg: All the police officers were equipped with shields to defend themselves against the rioters.
3. engaging [adj]: pleasant, attractive, and charming
Eg: He has an engaging manner.
4. compelling [adj]: If a reason, argument, etc. is compelling, it makes you believe it or accept it because it is so strong
Eg: It’s a fairly compelling argument for going.
5. baffle [v]: to cause someone to be completely unable to understand or explain something
Eg: She was completely baffled by his strange behaviour.
6. complicated [adj]: involving a lot of different parts, in a way that is difficult to understand
Eg: The rules are rather complicated to follow.
7. obstacle [n]: something that blocks you so that movement, going forward, or action is prevented or made more difficult
Eg: The biggest obstacle in our way was a tree trunk in the road.
8. expose [v]: to create conditions that allow someone to have the opportunity to learn or experience new things
Eg: Kate was exposed to new ideas when she went to college.
9. diplomatic [adj]: involving diplomats or the management of the relationships between countries
Eg: All diplomatic attempts at a peaceful solution to the crisis have been fruitless.
10. broaden [n]: to increase knowledge, experience
Eg: Many people agree that travel broadens the mind.
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