Skill Builders Speaking I Need a Vacation Lower Intermediate I by dontyouknowme

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									                                           Skill Builders: Speaking – I Need a Vacation!
                                                                                Lower-Intermediate
I Need a Vacation!
Discuss or debate the questions below. Remember to support your answers!

   Do you need a vacation?
   Have you traveled a lot in your country? If yes, please talk a little about your vacations.
   Would you recommend someone visit your country? If yes, where should they go? Why?
   Would you recommend someone visit your hometown? If yes, where should they go? Why?
   Which countries have you visited? Please talk a little about these vacations.



   What is a vacation? How is your opinion and your classmates' opinions the same or different?
   Please talk with a partner or partners for several minutes.
   What was your worse vacation? Why was it so bad? Please explain.
   What was your best vacation? Why was it so good? Please explain.
   How often do you go on vacation? Do you think this is too much or too little?
   Which country do you want to visit the most?
   Which country don't you want to visit?
   Rank the following places to visit, from best to worst:
       1) the United States
       2) the United Kingdom
       3) China
       4) Egypt
       5) Brazil
   What is the perfect vacation? Please explain.



   Would you want to travel around the world for one year? Why/not?
   Would you volunteer abroad for one year? Why/not?
   Have you ever been afraid while on vacation? How about surprised? How about
   disappointed? Please explain.
   Have you ever felt homesick while on vacation?



                                   Which place should every visitor to your country see? Why?
                                   What was your last vacation? Please explain.
                                   What are your plans for your next vacation? Please explain.




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