26 January TUESDAY
If you’re not sure what the temperature is on hot summer day, just listen to the crickets. According to the Library of Congress, the musical creatures adjust their signature sounds according to the temperature, which means that if you count how many times a cricket chirps in 25 seconds, divide by 3, then add 4 to get the temperature.
the biggest part of something
Example: Karen always keeps a lion’s share – I won’t work with her anymore
I CAN’T SPEAK
-which celebrities; singers, actors and actresses do you like and why?
-which celebrities don’t you like and why?
-have you ever met a celebrity? What did you talk about?
-do you have any famous friends or relatives? who are they?
-which celebrities do you think are good example for young people? why do you think so?
-who are your favourite people in other fields? science, sports, literature. And why?
-would you like to be a celebrity? what would you like to be? (an actor/actress, athlete, a politician) and why?
Grammar1, Grammar2, Grammar3, Grammar4
I CAN SPEAK
-when are you going to get retired?
-do you have any retirement plans?
-if you got retired today what would you do?
I CAN SPEAK FLUENTLY
what’s your starsign?
-do you believe in astrology?
-what are the characteristics of it?
-do you reflect the characters of your starsign?