>> Part 1
– Please come in. Why don’t you take a seat?
– First, let me have. a look at your passport. It is for security purposes.
– Good. What’s your full name?
– And you are (nationality of the candidate).
– Which part of your country do you come from?
– Describe your home town to me.
– When choosing a place to live, what do you consider most important?
– What do you like or dislike about living in your town or city?
– What changes would make your home town more appealing to people of your age?
– Would you prefer to live in a traditional house or in a modern apartment?
– Some people prefer to live in a small town. Others prefer to live in a big city. Which one do you prefer?
– Some people are always in a hurry to go to places and get things done. Other people prefer to take their time and live life at a lower pace. What do you prefer? Do you work at the moment?
– What are the best things about where you work?
– What do you dislike most about your work?
>> Part 2
– what you like or dislike about it Discuss points about life in your country. You should mention:
– what the biggest social problem of your country is
… and what you would regard as the most significant events in your country’s recent history
>> Part 3
– Do you think that people and situation have changed since you were born?
– How and in what respects?
– What are some of the main industries in your country?
– How serious is unemployment in your country?
– What do you consider as the main cause?
– What role does religion have in everyday life in your country?
– Compare the media now with how it was a generation ago.
– What kind of effects do the media have on children and young people?
– Can you tell me about your childhood?
– Can you remember a toy you were given when you were a child?
– Who gave it to you? And what was the occasion?
– What did you do with the toy?
– What do you think you can learn from your toy?
– Do you think there is a difference between toys chosen by females and males?
– This is the end of your interview. Thank you and good bye.