Wednesday, 20 August 2014

DO YOU LIKE TO READ? - Speaking



Speaking:



Do you like to read books? OR newspaper magazines?


Do you like to search the Internet for interesting articles?


Which is your favourite book? Do you like to read a lot?
 

Has it ever happened to you that you spent all day reading something?


If you like to read, which is your favourite place for reading?-living-room, bedroom, library,...?


What kind of books ( genres)  do you like to read? Novels, fiction, non-fiction, poems,....?


Do you think that reading is important for leading a better life?


What about stories –do you like to read them?


Who is your favourite author, if you have one? Why is he/she your favourite author?


Have you ever read a book only because it is a best-seller  or someone has recommended it to you?


Does  a design of a book attract you to buy it, although it's not something you would like to read?


In which language do you prefer reading? In your mother tongue or some foreign language, e.g. English?


Have you ever  tried to read a book in English? If yes, did you read the whole book? Was it difficult for you?


 Vocabulary:

a.            magazine-a type of thin book with large pages and a paper cover that contains articles and photographs and is published every week or month

b.            cookbook- a book that explains how to prepare particular dishes

c.             Internet news

d.            newspaper-a regularly printed document consisting of large sheets of paper that are folded together, or a website, containing news reports, articles, photographs, and advertisements

e.            history book

f.             novel-a long printed story about imaginary characters and events

Definitions from: http://dictionary.cambridge.org/

 http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Do-you-like-to-read-Speaking-Vocabulary-1401566

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