25 January MONDAY
People are increasingly reliant on their devices these days, but for some, the attachment can develop into a serious issue. Those with nomophobia—an abbreviation of “no-mobile-phone phobia”—have a fear of not having their phone on them. They get equally freaked out when their battery dies or when there’s no network coverage available. One 2019 study by U.K. firm YouGov found that 34 percent of men and 52 percent of women currently deal with some form of the condition.
Don’t give up. It is said as a way of telling someone to not give up, despite difficulties
Example: “Work can get tough in the middle of a term but hang in there and it’ll be OK.”
I CAN’T SPEAK
-where are you originally from?
-do you often visit your hometown?
-when did you last visit your hometown? and what did you do?
-tell us about your hometown. what do you like and dislike about it?
-who do you usually visit when you go to your hometown?
-who are your best friends in your hometown? what do they do?
-what is it famous for?
-are there any celebrities from your hometown? do you have any connections with them?
-tell us some memories which you lived in your hometown
Grammar1, Grammar2, Grammar3, Grammar4, Grammar5
I CAN SPEAK
-when do you think was the best time for you in your life?
-if you could live in any time in human history which era would you choose?
-which decade was the best and why do you think so?
I CAN SPEAK FLUENTLY
-Tell us some experiences that happened to you or your friends
-Tell us stories that you never forget from your childhood
-Tell us stories which you never forget from your school years
and bonus: tell us a joke