-where did you go on your last holiday? did you like it?
-tell us about the most beautiful places you have seen so far
-tell us the best holiday you have had in your life. and why did you like it so much?
-what are the best holiday places in Turkey?
-do you know any good holiday places around your city?
-tell us about ur dream holiday place. why do you want to go there so much?
-what are your holiday plans for this summer?
-do you want to settle in a holiday town when you retire? and why do you want to settle there?
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Related Words: holiday town, holiday home, go away for the weekend, go out of town, go abroad, go on a picnic, go camping, go sight-seeing, go on a cruise, go on a boat tour, go on a guided tour, go on a school trip, journey, currency, forest, waterfall, attraction, island, old city, downtown, hostel, 4-star hotel, bed and breakfast, guesthouse, buy a holiday package
I’m sure you all know “The Green Mile” movie, some of you might be a big fan of it. Joe Arridy’s life story could inspire the movie. You can be a critical person and be unhappy because of the facts or the system of the world, there’s a famous phrase by Thomas Gray; “Ignorance is bliss”, which made Joe smile even before he died. Joe Arridy was born in 1915 in Pueblo, Colorado. His parents were immigrants from Syria. They did not speak English. Joe was late to start speaking as a boy and never spoke in sentences of more than a few words. After he attended one year at elementary school, his teachers told his parents to keep him at home, saying that he could not learn. He was executed for the 1936 rape and murder of Dorothy Drain, a 15-year-old girl. The police manipulated him to make a false confession. Arridy was mentally disabled and was 23 years old when he was executed in 1939.
Which sad films do you like? Why do you like them?
The most valuable things don’t cost any money, like family and friends. Those free things are, in the end, worth more than anything money could buy
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What’s your most valuable possession? Why is it so valuable to you?