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Cue cards and follow ups May to August 2016

Cue cards and follow-ups May to August 2016

Cue card 1           

Describe someone who is older than you that you admire

  • Who this person is
  • How you know this person
  • What kinds of things you like to do together
  • How you feel about this person

Follow ups

  1. What kinds of activities do old people like to do these days?
  2. Why do some old people only remember happy things?
  3. Why do young people like to ask about the past of old people?
  4. What kinds of things can young people learn from old people?
  5. Do you think old people enjoy their life more these days compared to the past?

Cue card 2

Describe a photo of your self you have taken

  • When you took it
  • Where you took it
  • How you took it
  • Explain how you felt about the photo

Follow ups

  1. Do Indian people like to take photos of themselves?
  2. What kinds of devices to people like to use for taking photos these days?
  3. Why do some people like to delete photos?
  4. Why do some people like to keep photos?
  5. Has the way people are taking photos changed?

Cue card 3

Describe a story or a novel that was particularly interesting to you

  • What story or the novel was
  • Where you came to know about it
  • When you read it
  • Explain how you felt about it

Follow ups

  1. What kinds of stories do children like to learn?
  2. How often do people in your country read novels?
  3. What kinds of novels old people like to read?
  4. What are the benefits of listening to stories or reading novels?
  5. Are you a good storyteller?

Cue card 4

Describe an occasion when you got up extremely early.

  • When did this happen?
  • What you needed to do that day?
  • Who were you with?
  • How you felt about getting up early on that day?

Follow ups:

  1. Who usually gets up early- young people or old people?
  2. Will working till late at night, influence the next day’s work?
  3. Do young Indians stay up till late at night?
  4. Is it easy to get up early for you?
  5. What do you do to guarantee a good sleep?
  6. Can you sleep well if there is noise around?

Cue card 5

Describe a place near water (such as a river, lake or the ocean) that you enjoyed visiting:

  • Where was this place?
  • What did you do at this place?
  • Who went there with you?
  • Explain why you liked this place.

Follow ups:

  1. Why do so many people like going to places near water, such as lakes, rivers or oceans?
  2. What kind of leisure activities do people like to do, in places like the ocean, at the beach, river, lake etc.
  3. As a place to spend leisure time, do you think a beach or seaside is more suitable for children or old people?
  4. Do you think children and old people do the same type of things when they go to a beach?
  5. What kind of activities would you do, if you were spending leisure time at a beach or near the ocean?
  6. Why do some people like water sports?
  7. Do you think government should invest money in developing facilities for water sports?
  8. Do you think that human activity is posing a threat to the oceans of the world?
  9. How important is water in people’s everyday lives?

10.What do you think are the advantages or disadvantages of traveling on the ocean?

Cue card 6

Describe a special trip you would like to go in the future.

  • Where this place is?
  • Who would you like to go with?
  • What would you do there?
  • Explain why this would be a special trip?

Follow ups:

  1. Are there any special places for visiting in India?
  2. Do Indian people like to travel abroad?
  3. How can people benefit from travelling?
  4. Do you like to travel on you own or with your family?
  5. Do you like to visit popular places or less-known places?

Cue card 7

Describe a place you visited that has been affected by pollution

  • Where is it
  • When you visited this place
  • What kind of pollution you saw there
  • And explain how this place was affected

Follow ups

  1. What kinds of pollution are serious in your country?
  2. What can individuals do to protect our environment?
  3. Do you think individuals should be responsible for pollution?
  4. Why is there a need to involve government in environmental protection?

Cue card 8

Describe a piece of clothing that was given by someone

  • When you received the clothes
  • What was the piece of clothes like
  • Who gave it to you
  • Explain how you feel about it

Follow ups

  1. What kinds of clothes do people wear after work?
  2. What kind of clothes should people wear at work?
  3. Do you think students need to wear school uniforms?
  4. Where do Indian people buy clothes?

 

 

 

 

Cue card 9

Describe a piece of local news that was interesting to you

  • What the news was about
  • Where you saw or heard the news
  • When you saw or heard the news
  • Explain why it was interesting

Follow ups

  1. Why do local people like to read local news?
  2. Why do people like local news more than international news?
  3. How often do Indian people buy newspaper?
  4. 4.  Is it convenient to read news on the Internet in your country?

Cue card 10

Describe the first time that you used a foreign language to communicate

  • Where it happened
  • When it happened
  • Who you talked to
  • How you felt about the conversation

Follow ups

  1. What do you think of children learning a foreign language?
  2. Why are some language classes boring?
  3. Some students hate to learn foreign languages, what can teachers do to develop their interest?
  4. Some people travel for learning a foreign language, what do you think?
  5. What’s the best way to learn a foreign language?
  6. Why can some people learn languages fast white others learn slowly?
  7. Does one’s age affect their language learning?

Cue card 11

Describe an article that you read from a magazine or newspaper

  • What the article was
  • When and where you read it
  • What you learned from the article
  • Explain why you think it is a good or bad article

Follow ups

  1. Why do different people to read different magazines?
  2. What kind of magazines do teenagers like to read?
  3. What’s the difference between news on TV and news in magazines?
  4. Do people like to read news from the Internet?
  5. Do people still buy magazines in your country?

Cue card 12

Describe a happy family event from your childhood that you remember well

  • What the event was
  • When and where it happened
  • What you saw or did
  • Why do you remember the even so well

Follow ups

  1. Describe a typical family in your country?
  2. What is the role of mother and father in your family?
  3. At what age young people in India are considered adults?
  4. How to help children become mature?
  5. Is it good to have only one child?
  6. Do you think teenagers should start working to make money for their families?

Cue card - 13

Describe one of your best friends

  • Who this person is
  • How are you became friends with this person
  • What kinds of things you like to do with this person
  • Explain why he or she is your best friend

Follow ups

  1. How do people in your country make friends these days?
  2. Do you trust friends that you meet on the Internet?
  3. How do you get along with people you don’t like?
  4. Why is it hard to maintain friendships for some people?
  5. Would you only make friends with people who are similar to you?
  6. Do you like to have many friends?

Cue card – 14

Describe a family not your own that you like

  • Whose family this is                  Where they live
  • Who are the family members
  • Explain why you like this family

Follow-ups

  1. In a typical Indian family who plays the leading role?
  2. In India what kinds of family members usually live together?
  3. Do young and middle-aged people live with old people?
  4. Do grandparents educate their grandchildren in your country?

 

Cue card - 15

Describe a product you bought and felt happy

  • What it was
  • Where you bought it
  • What it was for
  • Explain why it made you happy

Follow-ups

  1. How often do people in your country go shopping?
  2. What kinds of places are popular for shopping in India?
  3. Do you think online shopping will replace shopping in stores?
  4. Did you ever have bad shopping experience?
  5. What would you do if you bought something disappointing from the Internet?
  6. Why is online shopping so popular these days?

Cue card - 16

Describe a difficult decision that you once made

  • What the decision was
  • How are you made your decision
  • What the results of the decision were
  • Explain why it was difficult to make

Follow-ups

  1. What skills are necessary when making decisions?
  2. How can people improve their decision-making skills?
  3. How do you think computers will change the way people make decisions?
  4. Do parents in India allow their children to make important decisions about the future?
  5. Do you think that parents should make important decisions for the children?
  6. How can older people help young people make their own decisions wisely?
  7. What do you think of the qualities of a good leader or a good decision-maker?
  8. Do you think it is important for parents to encourage the development of leadership abilities in their children?
  9. In what ways can parents encourage their children develop leadership abilities?

 

 

Cue card - 17

Describe a situation or a time when you helped someone

  • What the situation was             
  • Who the person was
  • How you helped them              
  • Explain how your friend after helping them

Follow-ups

  1. Do you like helping others?
  2. In your view should children be taught to help others?
  3. How can we encourage children to help others?
  4. Do you think people are less willing to help others these days compared to the past?
  5. Do people trust others as much as they used to in the past?
  6. How do people in your community help one another?
  7. How do students such as high school students help each other?
  8. How can charitable organizations help people?
  9. What are some examples of such organizations in your country?

10.What do you think are the benefits of having unpaid volunteer workers?

11.How do you think the volunteers themselves benefit?

12.Should professionals be hired rather than using volunteer workers?

  1. Do you think international aid, for example from my national government to another is important?

14.Can you give examples of international aid?

Cue card – 18

Describe a recent happy event that you had

  • When this happened
  • What the event was
  • Who was with you
  • Explain why you fed happy about it

Follow ups

  1. How would you define happiness?
  2. What kinds of things make Indian people feel happy?
  3. Do you think people would be happy when they become richer?
  4. Why do some people say happiness never lasts long?
  5. What do you do when you feel unhappy?
  6. Do you think money can make people happy?
  7. Do you think rich people are always happy
  8. Are Indian people happier then they were 30 years ago?

 

Cue card - 19

Describe a song that means something special to you

  • what this song is about
  • when did you listen to this song for the first time
  • how often do you listen to the song
  • explain why you think it special to you

Follow ups

  1. When do people in India sing songs together?
  2. Is there a special occasion that people would sing songs together?
  3. What types of songs do young children like to listen to?
  4. Why are some singers so popular in the world?
  5. Do people in India listen to songs from other countries?
  6. Where do Indian people go singing?
  7. Is music an important subject in school?
  8. Why do some people say that music can help people relax?

Cue card - 20

Describe one time when the weather changed your plan

  • When this happened               Where you were
  • What kind of whether it was
  • Explain why you couldn’t finish the thing
  • What you did at the end

Follow-ups

  1. Where can people get weather reports?
  2. How do weather reports affect people’s life?
  3. What do people do on rainy days and sunny days?
  4. Has climate change affected your country?
  5. Does weather affect your mood?

Cue card – 21

Describe a goal you want to achieve in the future

  • What the goal is
  • What would you do to achieve it
  • When will you achieve
  • Explain why you want to achieve it

Follow-ups

  1. Should parents set goals for children?
  2. When do young children start to set goals for themselves?
  3. What kinds of goals are not realistic?
  4. Why do people set goals?
  5. What would you feel if you couldn’t achieve your goals?

Cue card – 22

Describe a toy that you received when you were a child

  • What the toy was
  • Who gave it to you
  • How you used it
  • Explain how you felt when you got this toy

Follow ups

  1. Do Indian people often give gifts?
  2. What’s the value of giving presents?
  3. Describe some of the gifts that Indian people give each other on different occasions
  4. What kinds of gifts are suitable for friends to give each other?
  5. What factors do people consider when buying a gift for friends?
  6. Why do people give presents?
  7. Do children prefer receiving gifts or spending happy time with their parents?
  8. Compare the kinds of gifts that boys like with those that girls like?
  9. Compare the kinds of gifts that well educated people like with those that less educated people like?

10.Are expensive gifts always better than cheap gifts?

11.Do men and women have the same attitudes towards gift giving?

12.How are gifts that people give each other today different to gifts when you were a child?

  1. How are toys today different to toys of the past?

14.How do you think toys will change in the future?

  1. If you were going to give a present to a child, what would you give him?

16.When you buy toys for very young children and babies, what should you pay special attention to?

17.What kinds of gifts do parents give to their young children?

  1. Is it good to give children too many presents such as too many toys?

19.What could be the result of that?

20. Some parents don’t spend much time with their child but instead give the child gifts as a way to show their love. Do you think this is good enough?

 

 

 

 

Cue card – 23

Describe a perfect job you would like to have in the future

  • What is it
  • How you can get this job
  • What kinds of look you would do for this job
  • Why do you want to have it

Follow-ups

  1. What kinds of jobs are unpopular in India?
  2. Why do many young adults keep changing their jobs?
  3. How to find a perfect job?
  4. Would you ask your parents for advice about work?
  5. Would you like to apply for challenging jobs or common jobs?
  6. Would you like to work abroad?

Cue card - 24

Describe an activity you do to keep fit

  • What the activity is
  • When and where you usually do it
  • How you do it
  • Explain why it can keep your fit

Follow-ups

  1. What do old people in your country do to keep fit?
  2. What kinds of sports are popular in India?
  3. Do you think young people should play dangerous sports?
  4. What else people can do to keep fit besides sports?
  5. What can pendants do to make their children like sports?

Cue card - 25

Describe a sport you would like to try for the first time

  • What is it
  • How you would learn it
  • What equipment would you need to play the sport
  • Explain why you want to learn this sport

Follow ups

  1. Do you play any sports at night?
  2. What are the benefits of playing sports?
  3. What is the difference between playing sports on your own and playing sports in the group?
  4. Do children need to exercise?
  5. Why do people need to play sports?

 

Cue card 26

Describe a person who has apologized to you

  • Who this person is
  • When this happened
  • What this person said for apologizing
  • Explain how you felt about the apology

Follow ups

  1. Is it important to say sorry?
  2. What situations do people say sorry?
  3. Why do some people hate to say sorry?
  4. In what situations should we apologize immediately?
  5. When do people say thank you?
  6. When was the last time you found it hard to accept an apology?

Cue card - 27

Describe an interesting animal

  • What it looks like
  • When you saw it
  • Where you saw it
  • Explain why it is interesting

Follow-ups

  1. Why do people like to keep pets?
  2. What should we do to protect endangered animals?
  3. Do you support doing experiments on animals?
  4. Why do some people refuse to eat animals?
  5. What would happen when some species disappear on earth?

Cue card – 28

Describe a creative person that you admire

  • Who is this person
  • How do you know this person
  • What creative things this person likes to do
  • And explain why you admire this person

Follow-ups

  1. What can schools do to nurture children' s creativity?
  2. Why do some people to copy each other's ideas these days?
  3. Do you think art can make a person more creative?
  4. Do you think you were more creative when you were young?
  5. What's the most creative thing that you have ever done or made?

 

 

Cue card - 29

Describe a picture photograph in your family/a picture or photo you like the most

  • What is in the picture
  • Where this picture is in your home/where this picture is
  • How this picture was taken/who took this picture
  • Why you think this picture’s meaningful/why you like this picture so much

Follow ups

  1. Do you like to take pictures of your self?
  2. Do you think it’s necessary for schools to open photography classes?
  3. How do people in your country organize their photos?
  4. Why do some people think old photos are more valuable?
  5. What’s the difference between traditional and digital cameras?
  6. Would you take photography classes in the future?
  7. What’s the most interesting photo you have taken?

Cue card 30

Describe an activity that you do in your school

  • When and where you do
  • What you like to do
  • Who you do it with
  • And how you feel about it

Follow-ups

  1. Do you think schools should organize more group activities?
  2. What kinds of activities are good for children's health?
  3. What kinds of classroom activities are popular in your country?
  4. Should young people play dangerous sports?

Cue card - 31

Describe a person who once moved to live with you

  • When and where this person moved in
  • How you know this person
  • How you got along with this person
    And how you feel about living with this person

Follow ups

  1. Do you like to live with people about your age or older than you?
  2. What would you do if your neighbours are noisy all the time?
  3. What are the advantages of living with old people?
  4. Should young adults live on their own?

 

Cue card 32

Describe a new skill you want to learn.

  • What it is
  • How would learn it
  • Where you can learn it
  • and explain why you want to learn it.

Part3

  1. Do you think boys and girls should learn the same skills?
  2. Why do boys tend to have better critical thinking skills?
  3. Why do girls like shopping?
  4. Do you like to learn new skills constantly?
  5. What's the most difficult thing for learning?
  6. What kinds of skills are practical for university students to learn?
  7. Where can we learn practical skills from?
  8. What kinds of communication skills are important?
  9. Should old people read books?

10.What's the most important skill a person needs to have?

Cue card - 33

Describe a dinner that you had with your friends

  • When it happened                          
  • Where it happened
  • Who you had dinner with
  • And how you felt about the dinner?

Follow ups

  1. Do Indian people like to eat at home?
  2. How often do Indian people eat out?
  3. Why do some people like to eat alone?
  4. Are there any disadvantages of eating outside?
  5. What' s the difference between having meals at home and in a restaurant?
  6. Why do some people keep eating healthy food even if they already know the harm?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cue card 34

Describe an antique or some other old thing that your family has kept for a long time.

  • what it is
  • how (or when) your family first got this thing
  • how long your family has kept it
    and explain why this thing is important to your family

Follow ups

  1. Which do you think are better, old things or new things?
  2. As well as family photographs, what are some other things that people keep in their family for a long time?
  3. In your culture, what sorts of things do people often pass down from generation to generation? (Why?)
  4. Why do you think people keep these things?
  5. What are the benefits (= what is the value/what is the importance) of keeping some old things in the family?
  6. Do you think it's good to recall the past?

Cue card 35

Describe a character or personality of yours

  • What it is
  • How it affects your life
  • Where you get it from
  • and how you feel about it

Part3

  1. What kinds of characters are popular in the modern society?
  2. What qualities should a good teacher have?
  3. Do you think parents' characters can affect young people' s development?
  4. Would you like to develop a specific personality in the future?

Cue card 36

Describe an interesting tradition in your country

  • What the tradition is
  • When do you celebrate it
  • How you celebrate it
  • and explain why it is interesting

Follow ups

  1. Why is it important to protect traditions?
  2. What's the most important tradition in your country?
  3. What kinds of traditions have disappeared in your country?
  4. Why should children learn about traditions?
  5. What can governments do to protect traditions?

Cue card 37

Describe a person that you like to spend time with

  • Who is this person
  • How do you know this person
  • What you like to do together
  • and explain why you like to spend time with this person

Follow ups

  1. How do you usually spend your spare time?
  2. Why do some young people dislike living with old people?
  3. What do you usually do when you hang out with your friends?
  4. Do you like to spend time on your own or with your family/friends?

Cue card 38

Describe your favourite park in your city (town)

  • What it is called
  • Where it is
  • When you like to visit
  • and explain why it is your favourite

Follow ups

  1. How often do you visit parks?
  2. Do we need big parks or small parks in the city
  3. Why is it important to have parks in a city?
  4. What kinds of things should a park offer to visitors?
  5. Should people visit parks every week?

Cue card 39

Describe something that you have shared with others (or another person).

  • what you shared
  • when you shared it
  • who you shared it with
  • and explain why you shared it or how you felt when you shared it.

Follow ups

  1. Do people in your country (or, you) prefer to share public transport or do they (you) prefer to use private transport?
  2. Do many people in your country share their home with other or do they mostly live alone?
  3. Do you think there are any advantages to sharing your home with other (non-family) people?
  4. Would you ever share your food with someone else?

 

 

Cue card 40

Describe an interesting public place that you like to visit

  • Where is this place
  • what you can do there
  • who you like to go with
  • and explain why you think this is an interesting place

Follow ups

  1. What measures should be taken to deal with noise in public places?
  2. How should people behave in public places?
  3. Where do people like to visit on weekends?
  4. Are expensive buildings a waste of money?

Cue card 41

Describe a course that you want to learn

  • what this course is
  • when you want to learn it
  • where you can learn it
  • and explain why you want to learn it

Follow ups

  1. Should schools teach both arts and science?
  2. What kinds of courses are useful for university students?
  3. Why do some students dislike studying at school?
  4. What school activities are good for schoolchildren?

Cue cars 42

Describe an important skill you learned when you were a child

  • what this skill was
  • when you learned it
  • how you learned it
  • and explain why you think it was important

Follow ups

  1. What age will make it difficult for a person to learn a skill?
  2. Will the age of 5 or 20 be better?
  3. Who will you learn a skill from, friends, teachers or parents?
  4. What's the difference between children learning what they like and
    learning what they have to learn?

 

 

 

 

 

Cue card 43

Describe a piece of good news that you received

  • what this news was
  • when and where you heard it
  • how you heard it
  • and explain why you think it was good news

Follow ups

  1. How do people share good news?
  2. How does modern technology affect the delivery of information?
  3. When do people share good news?
  4. What kinds of good news have you received before?

Cue card 44

Describe a leader you admire

  • who this person is;
  • how you know this person;
  • what skills he or she has for leadership;
  • and explain why you think he or she is a good leader

Follow ups

  1. In your culture, what kinds of people can be leaders?
  2. Has there been a change in the characteristics that leaders should have?
  3. Many women are earning more money now, does it mean that they can be leaders?

Cue card 45

Describe a (short) journey that you disliked

  • Where you went
  • Who you went with
  • What you did
  • and explain why you disliked this journey

Follow ups

  1. Are there any special places for visiting in India?
  2. Do Indian people like to travel aboard?
  3. What can people benefit from travelling?
  4. Do you like to travel on your own or with your family?
  5. Do you like to visit popular places or less-known places?
  6. Do people prefer short trips or long trips?
  7. What kinds of problems would people have when they go on a long trip?

 

Cue card 45

Describe a situation that you got a little angry

  • Where it happened
  • When it happened
  • Who you were with
  • and why you felt angry?

Follow ups

  1. How do you control your anger?
  2. Why would some people get angry easily?
  3. How does people's mood get affected?
  4. Is it important to be calm?
  5. What would you do if you make others angry at you?
  6. In what ways can people manage their anger well?

Cue card 46

Describe a wedding you have been to

  • Where it was
  • Who you went with
  • What you saw
  • and how you felt about the wedding

Follow ups

  1. Do you often attend weddings?
  2. What wedding gifts are popular in India?
  3. How do you think of the perfect age for marriage?
  4. Why do Indian people like to go to celebrations like wedding ceremony?
  5. What the difference between a fancy wedding ceremony and an ordinary one?
  6. Do women prefer to be single or be married?
  7. Why do women want to get married?

Cue card 47

Describe a big company you are interested in.

  • What is the company called
  • How did you know this company
  • What kind of business this company does
  • What kinds of interesting activities does the company have

Part3

  1. Difference between big companies and small companies?
  2. Are there many big companies in your country?
  3. What are the good things about working for a big company?
  4. How can a small company grow big?
  5. Should big companies donate more to charities?
  6. Should big companies be punished more seriously if they break the law?

Cue card 48

Describe an activity you do to keep fit.

  • What the activity is
  • When, where you usually do it
  • How you do it
  • and explain why it can keep you fit.

Follow ups

  1. What do old people in your country do to keep fit
  2. What kinds of sports are popular in India?
  3. Do you think young people should play dangerous sports?
  4. What else people can do to keep fit besides sports?
  5. How do parents do to make their children like sports?

Cue card – 49

Describe an interesting tradition in your country

  • What the tradition is
  • When do you celebrate it
  • How you celebrate it
  • and explain why it is interesting

Follow ups

  1. Why is it important to protect traditions?
  2. What's the most important tradition in your country?
  3. What kinds of traditions have disappeared in your country?
  4. Why should children learn about traditions?
  5. What can governments do to protect traditions?

Cue card 50

Describe a method that helps you save money

  • What the method is
  • When you started to use it
  • How you knew it
  • and explain why it is helpful

Follow ups

  1. What can parents do to teach children to save money?
  2. Why do young people tend to waste money?
  3. What kinds of things do people like to buy in your country?
  4. Do schools in India teach anything about financial management?
  5. What is it necessary to teach teenagers to manage money?
  6. How do parents give pocket money in your country?

 

 

Cue card 51

Describe a positive change in your life

  • What the change was
  • When it happened
  • How it happened
  • and explain why it was a positive change

Follow ups

  1. Is your country changing rapidly?
  2. What can smart phones do these days?
  3. Since most people do work on their computers, why do they still need to go to the office?
  4. Do you think people's work in the future will be heavily affected by
    technology?
  5. Compare the pace of technological progress in the past and in the present

Cue card 52

Describe an occasion when you ate a kind of food for first time

  • When you had it
  • Where you ate it
  • What it was
  • and how you felt about it

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  1. Do you like to try new food?
  2. What kinds of foreign food are popular in your country?
  3. Do you like to cook at home?
  4. Is it expensive to eat out in your country?
  5. What's the difference between Indian food and western food?

Cue card 53

Describe a mistake that you once made

  • What the mistake was
  • When, where you made it
  • Who was with you
  • and how the mistake affected you

Follow ups

  1. What should teachers do when students make mistakes?
  2. What can people learn from mistakes?
  3. Do you often make mistakes?
  4. Can mistakes help people to be more successful?
  5. How to avoid making mistakes?

Cue card 54

Describe a program or app in your computer or phones

  • What the app/program is
  • When, where you found it
  • How you use it
  • and how you feel about it

Follow ups

  1. What kinds of APP do you have on your phone?
  2. What are the drawbacks of having too many apps on your phone?
  3. How much time do you spend on these APPs?
  4. Do you like to look for new APPs or just keep using the old ones?
  5. Do you use free APPs or the ones that you need to pay for?

 

 

 

 

 

Comments  

+2 #5 Anku arora 2016-06-06 15:55
Madam, are you selling your reading as well as listening book also??
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+2 #4 simer 2016-05-29 06:42
plz mam upload graph list and speaking topic may to august answers
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+9 #3 Play 2016-05-11 13:29
Plz mam upload academic essay list and graph list
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+7 #2 Dr Heena Patel 2016-05-11 07:38
madam please add topic

Favorite place from your childhood... someone got on 5th may 2016
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+6 #1 Kiran Makkar 2016-05-11 05:16
Quoting bagail singh brar:
Hlo sir.
Actually mnu kal jo cue card aaya c oh tusi mention e ni kita hoya..(ludhiana idp)
Describe a thing your family has had waiting.
Plz eh v ds deyo .
Kisi hor nu v aa skda e.
Thankyou.


It is on number 34. Check nicely
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