Wednesday, 20 August 2014

DO YOU LIKE TO WATCH TV? -Speaking




Do you like to watch TV on  a daily basis? OR you watch it rarely?
 

If you do, do you watch it because you're bored or you just like to relax?


OR you like to find something out? To watch movies..? OR to watch some scientific documentaries?


Have you ever spend a whole day watching TV?


What is your favourite type of TV programme?-documentaries, series, TV shows, soap operas...?


What types of programmes do you think one should avoid watching?


What types of programmes you think are best for watching?


What influences your decision on the type of programme you're going to watch?


Do you like to watch sport events? If yes, do you like it to watch with someone? Do you like to eat something while watching TV?


Do you fancy watching TV during the weekdays or weekends, or it doesn't matter which days?


Do you like to watch commercials or you skip them if you have that option or turn it over?


Does it matter what type of TV ( LCD TV, LED LCD..,) you have for watching?


Do you have a home cinema? If no, would you like to have it one day? Why?/Why not?


Vocabulary:


soap opera-a series of television or radio programmes about the lives and problems of a particular group of characters. The series 
continues over a long period and is broadcast (several times) every week


documentary-a film or television or radio programme that gives facts and information about a subject


host-a person who introduces guests and performers, especially on television or radio


the news-a television or radio programme consisting of reports about recent events


box set-a set of related items, for example CDs, books, or DVDs of a television series, that are sold together in one package (= container)


chat show-an informal television or radio programme on which famous people are asked questions about themselves and their work


remote control-a piece of equipment that you hold in your hand and use to control a television, DVD player, etc.


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



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