IELTS Speaking Part 1 - Thực hành nói phản xạ những với những chủ đề cơ bản


8 thg 5, 2024

Sau đây là 50 topic câu hỏi speaking part 1 của tháng 5-8/2020


1. WORK/STUDY (old)

Do you work or are you a student?

(dành cho các bạn học sinh/sinh viên)

Currently I am a third-year student at Hoa Sen University and my major is English linguistics and literature.
Currently I am in grade .... at ..... specialized high school/ high school. Also, I'm studying in a Math/English class 

(dành cho các bạn đi làm)

Currently I am working as an administrative assistant for a U.S company providing consulting services.

(Dành cho các bạn học sinh) What is your favourite subject?

I have a great interest in English. Learning a foreign language is always appealing to me. Also, since English has become a global language, being able to communicate in this language can help me travel around the world and develop my job opportunities. 
My favourite subject in school is Math. I love math because it is challenging, thereby making it intriguing. Also, we can sharpen our logic by the process of learning Math. Another reason is that I never have difficulty with it and always get good marks on Math tests.
I'm really into reading about the past so definitely History is my favourite subject. I believe by looking at what happened in the past, especially the mistakes and success of previous generations, we can gain precious experience and knowledge.  
I'm always into studying chemistry. Most students think it's boring, but, as for me, experiments, colors and chemicals are really fun and exciting - unlike calculations. 
I would answer without reluctance that it is art. Honestly, this subject gives me an opportunity to express myself in an artistic way by using colors. It also allows me to be imaginative and creative, which is impossible in any other subjects.

(Dành cho các bạn học sinh) Are there any subjects that you don't like?

It is English that I don't like at all. I always struggle with learning new words. Also, English pronunciation is very challenging. 
There aren't any subjects that I particularly dislike, but if I have to pick one, it will be Math. I don't think I was born to study Math. It's difficult for me to understand Math concepts and I will be bored to death if I have to do Math exercise all day.
I cannot see the meaning of learning History. I mean, why we should learn about what happened in the past when the present and the future are more important. Also, I find learning subjects which can help to extend job prospects, like math or english, more necessary. 

(Dành cho các bạn học sinh) What do you want to do in the future?

It is my dream to become a doctor, especially a doctor for children. I love working kids and I want to help people overcome diseases and live a healthy life. That's why I wish to become a doctor for kids. 

(Dành cho các bạn sinh viên) Why did you choose that college course?

I chose this course because I love English. Also, English has become a global language recently, so I think learning this language can extend my job opportunities after graduation.

(Dành cho các bạn sinh viên) What your course is about?

Well, this course explores ways that theoretical tools from linguistics can be applied to understand how literary texts are interpreted, and, conversely, ways in which literary texts provide interesting data and problems for theories of language and its use. 

(Dành cho các bạn sinh viên) What do you like about your course? / Do you like your course?

As I just said, I love English language so this course is really to my interest. Besides, I believe I would have more job opportunities after I graduated. I can work for foreign companies in Vietnam or work abroad.

(Dành cho các bạn sinh viên) What do you dislike about your course?

The only thing I really don’t like about my course is that it is really theoretical which is not suitable for practical work. The linguistic knowledge I have learned is for scholarly writing rather than business communication.

(Dành cho các bạn học sinh/ sinh viên) Do you prefer to study in the mornings or in the afternoons?

I prefer studying in the mornings. I’m a morning person. I feel more energetic and fully awake after a good night’s sleep.

(Dành cho các bạn học sinh/ sinh viên) Do you prefer to study alone or study in a group?

I prefer studying alone rather than studying with others. It would be less distractive and I can completely focus on my assignments. A group study can easily turn into a group chat which will lead my study to nowhere.

(Dành cho các bạn sinh viên) Are you looking forward to working? (Why?/ Why not?)

No, I’m not ready for the world of employment. I’m enjoying my student life. I don’t have to do to work every day and have lots of free time to hang out with my friends.

(Dành cho các bạn sinh viên) Where do you want to see yourself in 10 years?

Honestly, I don’t think much about who I will be in the future. But I would say that I may become a successful business woman 10 years later, working for my own company, having my own car and house. I may also save up enough money to travel around the world.

(Dành cho các bạn đi làm) Why did you choose that job?

Honestly, at the time I made the decision to work for that company, I was jobless and really needed money. Therefore, when the employer offered me this job, I accepted without reluctance.

(Dành cho các bạn đi làm) Do you think it is a good place to work? / Do you like your job? / What do you dislike about your job? (Nội dung trả lời các câu hỏi này sẽ tương tự nhau)

1) Sadly, the answer is no. It is not a great workplace. Even though this company has a pleasant working environment with comfortable furniture and quiet atmosphere, there is a lack of support and encouragement from managers, as well as poor interactions among internal staff.
2) Yes, I really like my job because it's interesting and I work with a great team and I can learn a lot from them. Honestly, I feel that I can improve myself every day.

(Dành cho các bạn đi làm) Do you think that job made you change?

Of course, yes. I realize that there's something inside me which has not been the same ever since I worked for this company. I have become more self-reliant, taken actions more proactively and solved problems more quickly.

(Dành cho các bạn đi làm) Would you like to change your job in the future?

Definitely yes. Right after I save enough money to start my own English center, I will send in a resignation letter and have a whole new beginning. 

(Dành cho các bạn đi làm) Do you prefer working alone or with others? Why?

Well, for the most part, I prefer to work alone since I can completely control the task outcomes. It would be a great nightmare if the teammates performed poorly and ineffectively.  

(Dành cho các bạn đi làm) How many hours do you work every day/ every week?

I spend around 10-12 hours every day working. In addition to a nine-to-five job, after work I teach English to secondary students. I also manage an English self-study website. 
In general, I work around 40 to 48 hours per week. I have a typical nine-to-five job and this is the average amount of time of a white-collar worker like me.

(Dành cho các bạn đi làm) What do you do to increase productivity at work?

Well, there are several ways that I usually do to make the most of my time at work, but I would say the most effective way to boost productivity is standing to work. To specify, standing helps me to stay focus and complete tasks more efficiently than sitting around.

(Dành cho các bạn đi làm) Where do you want to see yourself in 10 years?

This is a question I’ve been thinking about a lot recently. In ten years, I can see myself as a director of my own company, working on exciting new projects and developing business strategies. Also, I will be writing part-time and may earn enough money from the sales of my supernatural fiction novels.

(Dành cho các bạn đi làm) Do you miss being a student?

I surely will miss my student life once I get involve in the workplace. For me I think when I’m a student, at least I have someone guide me, whereas at work mostly you must guide yourself.

(Dành cho các bạn đi làm) What do you do after work?

I normally cook dinner, relax and walk my dog. Depending on my schedule, I might have plans with friends to meet for a coffee or shopping. In summer I go to the beach for a couple of hours then return home to cook dinner.

2. HOMETOWN (old)

What’s your hometown?

I was born and grew up in HCMC, like my parents. This city is located in the southern area of Vietnam,
My hometown is Tien Giang province which is located in the North of Mekong Delta.

Is that a big city or a small place?

HCMC is the biggest city in Southern Vietnam with its population of over 8 million. This city is also the financial centre of Vietnam.
Tien Giang is just a small province. More precisely, it is a rural area with vast paddy fields and open spaces.

How long have you been living there?

I have been living here since I was born, for over 25 years.

Do you like your hometown? / Do you like living there?

Yes, I love my hometown. Saigon is a fascinating, vibrant and youthful city. Living here in a big city is very convenient with many modern facilities and various services.
Yes. I do love living in my hometown on account of a fact that there are many kinds of fruit grown there, such as watermelon, longan, mango and grape fruit. Thanks to that I have a various choices of fruit. Also, the air quality in rural areas is much better than big cities with fresh air and peaceful atmosphere.

Is there anything you dislike about it?

Yes. Of course. There are some drawbacks of living in a big city. The first thing is traffic congestion caused by terrible traffic system and civil infrastructure in HCMC. The second disadvantage is serious air pollution resulting from motor vehicle exhaust emissions.
Yes. Of course. There are many drawbacks of living in a rural area like my hometown, but the biggest downside that I can think of is the lack of modern facilities and various services, such as banking, F&B, entertainments. For that reason, I find living in my hometown sometimes inconvenient.

What do you like most about your hometown?

Major metro areas are popular among millennials and I’m no different. There is a variety of entertainment options which means I never have a shortage of things to see and do. Also, career opportunities in the city is always greater as compared to smaller regional areas.
The thing I like most about my hometown is that everything is sold at very reasonable prices, especially food and grocery, because of a reduction in transportation and distribution costs. There are many kinds of food grown locally in my hometown so we don't have to buy imported food. 

Can you describe your hometown.

Ho Chi Minh city has a former name called “Saigon” and our Vietnamese people in the South usually use this name in daily conversations. Saigon is one of the biggest cities in Vietnam and it is the most active economic and industrial zone across the country.

Do you think you will continue living there for a long time?

Yes, I have no intention to migrate to anywhere else because I love the urban life in this city. Also, my family, relatives and friends are all here and I’d love to live close to them.


Have you lived in your current living area for a long time?

I have been living my alley area for 15 years ever since my family moved there.

Do you like the area that you are living in?

No, I don’t like the neighbourhood I’m living in. There is no quiet and peaceful atmosphere in that place. Children always play football noisily in front of my house and I really hate hearing banging footballs on my house’s walls. Adults are also terrible, some of them usually yell and argue with each other.

What do you like about your current living area?

There is nothing about my current neighbourhood that I particularly like. Maybe I only love the fact that there is a street full of amazingly delicious street food nearby my house.

What would you like to change about your area?

My neighbourhood would be very great if all the mischievous and noisy children disappeared all together leaving behind a peaceful and quiet atmosphere. Also, I wish some adult neighbours stopped their littering behaviour. They usually leave their trash under the electric utility pole beside my house, making the exterior of my house dirty and smelly.

What are some changes in your area recently?

There have been many multi-storey houses built in my neighbourhood recently. It seems like people are getting richer and have more investment on their property.

Do you know any famous people in your area?

No, I have little correspondence or communication with my neighbours. It is my father who does most of the talking with people in the neighbourhood, so he must know some famous people in my area.

Where do you like to go in that area?

My favourite place in the neighbourhood which I like to visit is a Family Mart convenient store. It is within the walking distance so I enjoy having a walk to the store and buy things I need.


Who do you live with?

Currently I’m living with my family including my father, my mother and my younger sister.

What kind of accommodation you are living in? / Do you live in a house or a flat?

I’m living in a small one-storey house, which is located deep inside an alley area in District 6, HCMC. I have been living in this house for 15 years.
I'm living in a rented bed-sitting room/ a studio room alone/with a friend of mine. This bedsit is part of a boarding house located in District 10, HCMC.

+ Vocab: a bed-sitting room / a bedsit (UK) hoặc a studio room (US) là từ để chỉ phòng trọ mà sinh viên hay người độc thân hay thuê ở. Bạn thực hiện toàn bộ các hoạt động sinh hoạt như nấu ăn, học tập, ngủ nghỉ trong duy nhất 1 phòng. Có nhiều chỗ trọ chủ nhà không cho phép nấu trong phòng, và cũng có nhiều chỗ trọ bạn sẽ không có toilet riêng trong phòng mà dùng chung toilet.

+ Vocab: a boarding house: là nguyên căn nhà lớn mà chủ nhà ngăn ra thành nhiều phỏng bedsit/ studio room để cho thuê. 

What’s the difference between where you are living now and where you lived in the past?

I used to live in my grandparents’ house when I was 8. The most remarkable difference between that house and the house I’m currently living in is the space. My current house is more spacious and has more rooms, whereas my grandparents’ is quite small and narrow.

Can you describe the accommodation you are living in

Currently, I'm living in a one-storey house/ a rented bedsit located in an alleyway in District __. The house/room is (not) very spacious with a lot of furniture/ just some basic furniture. There is a small/big balcony where I put a drying rack and grow some flowers and herbs for decoration. 

+ Vocab: drying rack - sào phơi quần áo

What room does your family spend most of the time in?

Each member of my family has his or her own private room in the house. My father spends most of his time in his bedroom working on the computer or watching TV, my mother loves being in the living room with the comfortable sofa and another TV, as well as a kitchen. My younger sister and I like staying in our own bedroom. My family only gather in the living room to have dinner or lunch but that doesn’t happen often as we are all busy with our own schedule.

What do you usually do in your room?

I frequently spend time in my room working, or entertaining like reading, or listening to music and have a good sleep on my comfortable bed.

Do you plan to live there for a long time?

No, I don't think so. Even though the house is spacious enough for 4 people in my family, I still want to live independently from my parents and have my own space. Therefore, I will move to somewhere else right after I save up enough money to buy a new accommodation.

Are the transport facilities to your home very good?

Yes. The area where I live is quite accessible. I can easily catch a bus or a taxi or riding my own motorcycle.

Please describe your room.

My younger sister and I stay together in a bedroom. Our bedroom is quite big but there is a lot of furniture in the room, thereby making it not very spacious. Even though there are only two of us but we have three big closets to store clothes and another closet for cosmetics and skin care products. There is a big bed for two people at the corner and next to it is my working table together with a huge bookshelf. On the wall, there is a big window to get natural lighting and ventilation.

Do you prefer to live in a house or an apartment/ a flat?

My preferred accommodation option is a modern apartment rather than a house. I’m still single and I don’t have an intention to get married so a flat would be better because I want to downsize my property. Also, the great thing about an apartment complex is that they often come with convenient amenities, such as a swimming pool, gym, and even shopping mall. Security is another factor to be counted. I feel safer when living in a flat with the availability of several layers of security.

What part of your home do you like the most?

My bedroom is the part which I like the most. That is the place where I can let my hair down and at least have less worry about my stressful work. Also, there are a lot of books in my bedroom which I can lose myself in the world of imagination.


How often do you use social networking applications?

I would say that I use social networking applications every day, especially facebook and instagram. Those apps are really fun and entertaining to kill the time.

Why do you use social networking apps?

I use Facebook and Instagram mostly to catch up with family and friends who also use these apps on a daily basis. Also, I check Facebook and Instagram to read latest news.

What are the disadvantages of social networking apps?

The most noticeable downside of this platform is related to its content. It is undeniable that there are a lot of fake or over-dramatic contents on these apps, trying to capture the public’s attention.
As for me, the biggest minus point of social networking apps is the excessive quantity of advertisements. I find the high-frequency advertising extremely irritating.

Do you think it is good to make friends online?

No. I don’t think starting a friendship through online platform is a good thing to do. This is because people who you perceive as friends can be deceptive and carry malicious intent. So, safety is better than sorry, you shouldn’t make friends online.

Are you going to change the amount of time spending on social networking apps in the future?

I have never thought about this, but I assume in the near future that's not gonna happen as social networking platforms are somehow part of my life.
Yes, in the future I'm gonna reduce the amount of time spending online and start to develop new good habits, such as doing physical exercise or reading books.


What’s the most popular means of transportation in your hometown?

Motorcycles or scooters are the most widely-used means of transportation in Vietnam. Even a poor family will strive to own one motorcycle to commute.

Can you compare the advantage of planes and trains?

Travelling by planes is definitely faster compared to trains, for example it takes only 2 hours to fly from HCMC to Hanoi, but it takes 2 days to travel by trains. However, there are some convenient facilities on trains which cannot be found on planes, such as the comfortable dining car and sleeping car.

How often do you take buses?

I did take buses every day when I was in university. However, this is no longer the case at the present time as now I am an office worker and I commute by motorcycle, so I hardly take buses.

Is driving to work popular in your country?

I would say that driving car to work cannot gain as much popularity as riding motorbike. Scooters are more suitable to the road system in Vietnam with narrow streets and a lot of alleyways. Also, cars are not affordable to the majority of Vietnamese people. 

Would you ride bikes to work in the future?

If in the future the municipal authorities develop the public transportation in HCMC, improve the traffic system, as well as adopt the bicycle-sharing scheme like in Singapore, I will be happy to commute by bike.

Do you prefer public transportation or private transportation?

Private vehicles are still a preferred transport option to me. Public transportation may not stop at the precise address that I want to travel to, and I have to look for additional means. Also, there is a lack of privacy while being on buses or trains. Travelers are crowded and personal space may not be available.

Do you think people will drive more in the future? / What will become the most popular means of transportation in your country?

In the future, I believe scooters still remain as the most widely-used means of transportation because it suits the traffic system in HCMC better than car. 

7. Numbers (old)

Do you usually use numbers? / Does your job involve working with numbers?

I'm working as an admin assistant and one of my responsibilities is making a monthly expense report for my manager. So, my job involves dealing with figures, calculations and jazz like that. 

Are you good at remembering numbers?

No, I don't trust myself in memorizing information related to numbers, like phone numbers, dates of birth, or addresses. I don't know why; maybe it's because my brain doesn't like retaining numeric information.

Do you have a favourite or lucky number?

I do not particularly like any number, but I am into the number 28 because it is my date of birth.


Are you good at math?

I’m pretty good at this subject. I love making calculations and solving math questions, and this is why I performed very well in Math when I was in high school. 

8. Pen and Pencil (old)

Which do you prefer to use, pens or pencils? / Do you usually use pens or pencils for writing?

I prefer using pens over pencils. Pencils need sharpening while pens are always ready to use. Also, marks made with pens last longer.

If someone gave you some pens or pencils, how would you feel?

I don't mind if they are pens or pencils. As long as someone gives me a present, I will appreciate it. 

When was the last time you bought some pens or pencils? 

It was just last week that I bought a pen for myself. At that time, my blue pen was out of ink so I went to  convenience store to buy a new one.

9. Being alone (old)

Do you like to spend time by yourself? Why?

Yes, spending my alone time is very crucial to me because it links directly with self-development. Time spent consciously alone allows me to slow down, have self-reflection and rediscover myself. 

What do you usually do when you spend time by yourself?

I'd like to take myself out to dinner and enjoy a nice meal in peace. Or, having a hot tea and reading some good books are also what I'd love to do to. That's when solitude is very beneficial.  

Do you prefer spending time alone or with friends?

It depends on a day. Each situation has its own merits. At times, I like being in solitude since it is very peaceful, but at times being with friends is fun and exciting. 

Is it bad to spend a lot of time alone?

Too much of anything is bad, so is spending time alone. Too much alone time can negatively impact our mental health, leading to loneliness and isolation.

10. Scenery (old)

Is there any beautiful scenery in your hometown?

Yes, there is but I don’t consider it as captivating scenery. It’s just a typical view of the countryside with mountains and forests.
Sad to say, the answer is no. I was born and raised here in this city and all I can see is a concrete buildings and too many private vehicles. Although there are some public parks, they are not as amazing as the natural views that can be seen in the countryside. 

Do you like taking pictures of beautiful scenery?

Yes, I do, but not very much like most travelers do. A few photos are enough for me. I make sure to enjoy the beauty of the place through my own eyes rather than through the lens of the camera. 

Do you think people enjoy taking pictures of beautiful scenery? Why?

Yes, people enjoy capturing the natural scenic landscapes, forests, mountains, and so on because later the photos will remind them of the wonderful places they have been to.

Why do people prefer to use mobile phones to take photos of beautiful scenery?

This is because carrying a small and light smartphone is much more convenient than carrying heavy professional DSLR cameras with their equipment. Many cutting-edge smartphones nowadays have good cameras as well as photo-editing applications and this helps people take photos with better quality more easily. 

When you travel, do you like to live in hotels with scenic views? 

Absolutely, hotels with amazing natural views are an ideal place to relax but their pricing is the matter. Having said that, they are always my consideration when I choose hotels for my vacation.

Do you enjoy visiting places with beautiful views?

Yes, I do. Who doesn't? Whenever I travel, I make sure to be close to the natural world. Looking at the serenity of rivers, the sunset and the mountains is truly a therapy, making me feel rejuvenated. 

Do you want to live in a house with a good view?

Yes, obviously. Who doesn't like living in a housing with a view overlooking beautiful natural scenery. As for me, there is nothing more perfect than having the scenic views within eyesight every day. 

11. Sweeties & Cake (old)

Do you like to eat sweeties?

Yes, I do, but not as much as those having a sweet tooth. I love eating Vietnamese traditional sweet food, like different kinds of sweet soup or sweet rice balls. 

Do you like sweeties more compared with you were child?

No, my appetite for sweet food remains unchanged in comparison with when I was a kid. 

Have you ever tried to make sweeties?

No, I haven't. I have watched many videos showing how to make sweeties on the internet, but I don't dare to try. I'm not confident at my cooking skill and the sweeties are by no means easy to make. 

Why people like sweeties? 

It's hard to give a definite answer to this question since an interest in one particular kind of food is varied between people. I can just assume that some people are fond of sweeties because their bodies require a large amount of sugar. You will like to eat the kind of food that has the nutrients that your body needs.

Do you like dessert?

Yes, I do. I am in love with desserts made with fresh fruit, such as mousse topped with some pieces of kiwi or strawberries.  

What desserts do people in your country like?

It's hard to speak for others but I think people in Vietnam like eating sweet soups. This is our traditional dessert and sweet soup comes in a variety, depending on the regions in Vietnam in which they are made.

Do you like eating cakes?

I don't really like cake. As for me, cake is like eating styrofoam made of sugar topped with a lot of sugar. It's probably the most boring and bland dessert out there.

Have you ever made cakes?

No, I have never made a cake and don't have an intention to give it a try. I don't like cakes so I have no reason to do that.

12. Art (old)

Do you like art?

Yes, I love art. Any kind of arts can give me so much joy and happiness.

Have you ever visited an art gallery?

Yes, I have been to the Hochiminh Fine Arts Museum once. I was very amazed at a great number of wonderful artworks, sculptures and handicrafts there.  

Is there any artwork on the wall in your room?

No, there isn't. My bedroom is stacked with a lot of furniture so there is no space on the wall left for any pictures.

What kind of pictures do you like having in your home?

I love having paintings or pictures depicting natural scenic views, such as the scenery of mountains, rivers, or forests. Such pictures bring tranquility and peace to me.  

Have you ever had art classes?

I once attended a one-day oil painting class for adults a few years ago. The art teacher showed me step by step how to a painting of a girl standing in a flower garden.

Did you enjoy doing art lessons when you were a child?

Yes, when I was a little girl, I stayed up very late just to finish my painting. Then, when I was in high school, I had great passion with drawing so much that I performed excellently in art lessons. 

13. SMILE & LAUGH (old)

Do you like to smile?

I don’t really like to smile. I just smile for some particular reasons, such as greeting someone, saying thank you or someone taking photos of me. I used to be a smiley person but not anymore now.
I do like smiling because smiling can bring about positive feelings to not only me but also other people. Also, when I smile, I feel that my moods have been improved.

When do people smile at others?

I think people give others a smile when they feel the person they are interacting with is friendly, funny or hilarious. In short, if there is a transfer of positive chemistry among people, they will smile.

Do you smile when people take pictures of you?

Yes, of course. I smile instinctively when there are any cameras pointing towards me. They are capturing a moment of my life, so at least I should look happy or smiley in that photo.

Can you recognise a fake smile?

Yes. I’m an empath so to some extent I can tell when people are faking their smile. It is the the eyes and mouth that are most participated in the expression of smiling. So if people are giving a genuine smile, there will be a lot of wrinkles and lines around their eyes and mouth.

Is smiling important?

Yes. Smiling is crucial. It can bring several certain benefits to our mental health, such as lifting up our spirits, improving our moods, creating positive feelings, and can help us not to take life too seriously. 

What was the last time you saw other people smiled the most?

The last time I saw people smiled the most is when I attended a conference introducing new products of American ginseng. In the conference, people exchanged business cards and tried to extended their social contacts to find new clients for their companies. Diplomatic smiles were what I saw the most in that event.

Do you like to watch movies or TV shows that make people laugh? 

Yes, I often watch stand-up comedy shows and comedy films on the internet. Humour is good for my mental health because it can temporarily distract me from stressful matters in my daily life.

Do you usually make your friends laugh?

Yes, I often tell jokes to make others laugh out loud. It's a nice feeling when you can make someone laugh because you can see that you've made them happy.

Are you the kind of person who makes people laugh?

Yes. I often play a role as a joke-teller in any conversation. Making people laugh is a good way to establish positive relationship and leave good impression on them.

Do you think it's important for people to laugh?

Yes, of course. It's important to see the funny side of things and take life more easily. I think that laughter is good for our health.

14. Water Sports (old)

What kind of water sports do you practice?

If swimming can be counted as a water sport, I will say it. That's the only form of exercise which relates to water that I do.

What water sports would you like to do in the future?

If I have more free time, I would like to take up snorkeling. I've already known how to swim, so I think it would not take too much time and practice to kick off a snorkeling journey.  

Are water sports popular in Vietnam?

No, I don't think that water sports are widely-played in Vietnam even though my country has a very long coastal line. Maybe only those living in coastal cities, like Vung Tau or Nha Trang, play water sports. 

Do you think water sports are dangerous to play?

No, as long as you know how to swim and you are trained adequately to ensure safety, water sports are not dangerous.

15. Park (old)

Do you like going to parks? What will you do if you go to a park?

Yes, I like parks because they're great places to relax or go for a walk. I usually take a walk around the park, breath the fresh air, enjoy the blowing winds and listen to the sound of birds chirping among the tress. 

Do you think people in your country like going to parks? 

There’s no doubt that people Vietnam, especially in the metropolis, are a big fan of public gardens since they’re trapped in concrete jungle with all those skyscrapers plus the overpopulation, as well as all kinds of stress that the city life has.

What do people usually do when they go to the park?

For the most part, people pay a visit to the park to temporarily get away from the hectic life of urban areas and find peace and tranquility in nature. That's why we can easily see many people taking a long walk around the park or just sitting on the benches there to enjoy the natural world.

Do you think parks are important?

Yes. Public parks are crucial in a lot of aspects. I believe every city needs some green space where people can escape from the crowds and from the concrete jungle of buildings and housing. In addition, parks provide aesthetic to the city or town, making the place look inviting. Also, they minimize air pollution as plants absorb carbon dioxide that factories and cars emit. 

Do you prefer natural parks or amusement parks?

That is a tough question because I really enjoy the outdoors and I also enjoy amusement parks. If the choice were between Disneyland and a national park, I would definitely pick Disneyland. I consider Disneyland to be my happy place. I generally do not like crowds but for some reason I do not mind them at Disneyland.
I do enjoy a nice, clean amusement park every now and then. Those that are well run are a lot of fun. Many years ago I lived near Disneyland for a year and I can say that it was a lot of fun to go there with a group of friends or family members at weekends.
I’d much rather go to a national park to get close to nature. I desire to visit the US National Park because there are many amazing things to experience, such as caves, reef complexes, canyons, volcanoes, barrier islands, and unique habitats. Give me nature any day since it never fails to amaze me.

16. RUNNING (old)

Do you like running?

I have to admit that I’m not into running, that’s not the kind of exercise that I do as I find it exhausting. I did try running in the past but I ended up having fatigue. 

How often do you go for a run?

As I’m usually busy with my work, I can only once in a while – not much! Yes, I know the amazing benefits of running but I just don’t have the luxury of time to do that kind of exercise.

Do you think running is a good way to stay healthy?

Yes, it is. The health benefits of running are undeniable. Running can surely help us build strong bones, strengthen muscles, maintain a healthy weight, and many more. 

Where do usually go for running?

There's a lovely park within a walking distance from my house. I love going for a run in that place because it is surrounded with massive trees and the paths there favour running a lot. In fact, the park is packed with many runners in the morning.

Do you have long-distance running?

I rarely do physical exercise so having marathon running only happens in the dream. It takes strength, endurance and aerobic health to run long distances and this form of exercise is really not for me.

Do you like watching running race on TV? Why?

No. I'm not interested in sports or physical exercise so I am normally not in a mood for watching running race.

17. WALKING (new)

Do you like to walk? 

Not a lot because I always ride my scooter whenever I go out for work or leisure. I don’t have a lot of chances to walk except when I go to a convenience store which is just a stone's throw my my house.  

Where do you usually take a walk?

There's a lovely park within a walking distance from my house. Sometimes I go to that park to breathe the fresh air, especially when I'm exhausted or stressed out from work.

Do you walk more often now than in the past?

Unfortunately not. I always travel by scooter or taxi when I go out. I'm a very busy person so I'm always for convenience. 

Do people in your country walk a lot?

The answer is no. Life in HCMC where I live is pretty convenient – we have pretty good transportation system and most residents rely on their private vehicles or taxis rather than walking.

Do you think people will walk more in the future?

I don't think so. Considering the advancement of technology in travelling and transportation, people will be more reliant on cars or any advanced means of transport. This means that walking will be the last thing they want to do.

Do you think walking is important?

Yes, walking is very beneficial for our health since it is a form of physical exercise. Taking a walk regularly can help people to prevent illness and stay in shape. 

18. Science class (old)

Do you like science class?

Yes definitely! I’m really into learning science because it helps me acquire deeper understanding of the world that I’m living in. For example, physics can explain why water freezes at 0 degrees Celsius and boils at 100 degrees Celsius.
No, not at all. Science is one of the subjects that I could not absorb, especially Physics and Chemistry. I often of a C in most of my science exams so I don't like it.

Did you have a science class in primary school or high school? What kinds of science classes did you study at school?

I didn’t study science in primary school, my science study started when I was in secondary school because it’s part of our curriculum. It's just the same as most students study. I studied Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Of all those branches of Science that I spent time studying, Physics is for me the most challenging. 

Do you think science classes are important?

Yes, I believe that science classes are crucial in helping people to understand more about the world they're living in. This is because everything around us is in relation with science: the air that we're breathing, gravity, the sunrise and sunset, the flora and fauna, the human anatomy, and jazz like that.

What kinds of science subject do students in your country prefer to study?

I am no expert of high school students' preference so I can only make a wild guess. I assume that students in Vietnam like to study Physics, Chemistry and Biology. These subjects can provide them with knowledge base to develop their future careers as doctors or engineers. 


Do you want to have a short journey or a long journey?

I have an inclination towards taking a short journey rather than a long journey. There are two reasons for this. First, a short journey means there is less time for transportation, as compared with a long journey. Second, a long journey would last more days than a short journey, which means it will be more expensive because of an increase in all travel expenses, including lodging and food.

Where do you want to go on holiday? Beach-side, mountains or city?

I can tell that I'd love to have a mountain holiday. The reason is that I can escape from the stressful city life and can be totally connected to nature by exciting outdoor activities in the mountains, such as enjoying the morning mist and plenty of fresh air, or walking barefoot on the grass and swimming in the river.

How many public holidays do you have in Vietnam?

 I cannot tell the exact number of public holidays in my country because I have never paid attention to this. I guess there are around 10 holidays in Vietnam all year around, such asthe Tet holiday, the Liberation day, the Hung Kings' festival, the National day.

Do you think people in your country need more public holidays?

No, I think that the current number of public holidays in my country is enough and Vietnamese people do not need more. Otherwise, having too many national celebrations can cause more governmental spendings on this and it will become a waste of money.

What do people in your country usually do during public holidays?

Those who live faraway from their hometown will head back to where their family and relatives live. Some will travel somewhere else to temporarily escape from their routine daily life. Some, like me, will just stay at home and lounge all day.


Which holiday is your favorite? 

I love Tet holiday the most because it is the longest public holiday in Vietnam, lasting around 2 weeks. With that much free time, I can travel somewhere far from Vietnam.

20. Break (old)

Do you like taking a break during work or study? Why?

I love having a small break at work. Every time I find that I cannot think clearly or recall information, I know I am mentally tired and will take a break immediately.

How often do you take a break when you are studying or working?

I usually take a short break between 5 to 10 minutes every 2-3 hours of working. It's impossible for me to stay focused over a long period of time. 

What do you usually do during breaks?

Enjoying a nice song with gentle melody is what I usually do during break time. In addition, I will get myself a cup of hot tea. And that's all I need for a break. 

Do you prefer to have one long break or many short breaks during work?

I have my preference for having a 5-to-10-minute break at work. It's harder for me to resume my work if I take a long break. 

Do you think having a break is necessary for you?

Yes. As for me, it is very crucial to take breaks at work. Taking breaks means that I'm giving my brain the time to rest that it needs. Otherwise, my productivity will go downhill fast. 

21. History (old)

Have you ever been to a historical museum?

Yes. I have visited the War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh city several times. This museum highlights the Vietnam War with graphic photographs and military weapons on display. 

Do you like history?

Yes. I'm into reading about past events of Vietnam and other countries. The historical period of Queen Victoria's ruling in the UK and the history of Nguyen dynasty which was the last imperial family of my country are always of my interest.

Do you like history when you were young?

No. Honestly speaking, I paid no attention to history when I was a student in high school. Back then, I found other subjects, like maths, literature or english more important for my future career. However, as I get older and have a stable career, I get more interested in historical stories and movies.

Have you ever watched history films?

Yes, I have watched a lot and I have a list of good history movies to recommend people. For example, "The Young Victoria" - a drama film based on the early life and reign of Queen Victoria. Or, "Marie Antoinette" - a story about the most well-known last queen of France before the French Revolution.  

When was the last time you read about history?

Well, I just finished a book called "Madame Nhu - Tran Le Xuan - The Dragon Lady" last month. The book is a bibliography of the First Lady of South Vietnam government who has significant political influence.  

22. FRIENDS (old)

What makes a good friend?

Well, there are many signs of a good friend, but I think, for the most part, a good friend is the person who stays by your side no matter what, doesn't judge you and especially doesn't hurt your feelings for any reasons.

Do you think you are a good friend?

Yes, I think I am. If one of my friends needs help, I will be there for him for her. Also, I always keep in mind to be respectful to my friends' feelings and thoughts. I don't want to hurt them with my words or actions.

Do you still contact your childhood friends?

No, I don't keep in touch my with childhood friends any longer. We have lived far from each other for a long time and, you know, out of sight, out of mind.

Do you have many close friends?

No, I have a small circle of friends so I only have a few close friends. I don't think I need more. It is true that the more the merrier, but also the more troublesome.

Do you think friendship is important?

Yes, having good friends who love and support you for who you are is really essential to your happiness and mental health. I would take myself as an example for this. Sometimes when I am so stressed, talking to a friend who cares is all the therapy I need.

Which do you prefer to spend time with: a friend or spend time alone?

It depends on the day. If I'm in a mood for talking and sharing, I'd love to meet up with my friends. But there are times I just want to have my alone time.

What kind of people do you like to have as friends?

I want to develop friendship with those who are kind, tactful and trustworthy because I believe those people would treat me well and be good for my mental health.

Do you like face-to-face conversations with people?

Yes, I do. I'm an extrovert so I always enjoy talking and having direct interactions with other people. I am driven by my characteristics to socialise and engage in face-to-face communications.

Are most of your friends from school or from outside school?

Well, I would say both. Some of my close friends are from university, but I also have good friendships with many colleagues whom I have worked with.

How often do you meet with your friends?

Since my work schedule is often hectic, I rarely have time to meet up with my friends. I think I only hang out with them once every three months.

What do you and your friends do together?

Well, normally there's just one pattern of our meetups. First, we have a meal together at a small restaurant. Then, we visit a coffee shop for chatter or a pub for good music.

23. HAIRCUT (old)

How long have you had this hair style?

I have worn my hair short/long like this for around 2 years. I am thinking of changing a new hairstyle but haven't figured out how it should be. / I am happy and comfortable with this hairstyle so I'm not going to change.

Do you like to visit the barber's/ hair salon?

Yes, it would be better if I have my hair cut by a professional hairdresser, rather than doing it myself.

Have you ever had a hair cut that you don't like?

Yes, it was three years ago when I left a hair salon dissatisfied with my new hairstyle. The hairdresser cut my fringe/bangs too short and I looked very dumb and silly.

24. JEANS (old)

Do you wear jeans? / How often do you wear jeans?

Yes, I am in jeans quite often, especially at the weekend. I usually wear dresses for work, and then my jeans and tops from Friday to Sunday.
No, I usually wear regular pants rather than jeans. I find jeans uncomfortable to wear all day.

Do you like wearing jeans, why?

Yes. Jeans is my favourite piece of clothing. They last longer than other regular pants. A good pair of jeans can be with you for years. Also, you can easily match jeans with a variety of shirts and tops and look truly stylish.
No. It's uncomfortable for me to wear jeans, especially skinny jeans which are normally really tight to emphasize the curve of human's hip. Also, high-quality jeans are normally heavier than regular pants because they are made from thick denim. This would make washing them more difficult.

Do you spend much money on jeans?

Yes. I currently own about 40 pairs of jeans and only about five pairs of regular pants. I think I have spent around over a thousand US dollars on jeans.
No. I currently have only a pair of jeans and I have no intention to buy more. Jeans are neither my daily wearer nor my favourite, so that's enough.

Why do you think jeans are popular?

I assume that jeans have gained enormous popularity because they make people look stylish and fashionable. Skinny jeans can truly improve the physical appearance since they are tight, thereby emphasizing the curve of people's hip. A lot of young girls wear tight jeans so that they will be more sexy and attractive.

Do you think jeans are still popular in the future?

Yes. I believe that jeans won't be out of fashion in the future. People like this kind of clothing because it is made from long-lasting fabric and they can look fashionable and attractive in jeans.


Do you prefer to study in a silent environment or in a place that has some noises?

Well, I can only study when everything around me is quiet, I literally cannot think when there is too much noise. I don’t understand why some of my friends enjoy listening to music when they study, I find it really annoying.

Does your job require concentrating and attention to detail?

Yes, when I’m working for my clients, I really have to think carefully about every detail of the system, because once it’s online operating, it will influence business fundamentally.

What do you do if there’s too much noise and you want to study?

If I could do anything to make those noises disappear, I would. For example, if I was studying and my parents were watching TV, I would just tell them to turn it off. Otherwise, I would just have to find another place to study.

When do you find it easiest to concentrate?

I’m not a morning person, and I can’t really concentrate in the afternoon, either. I would say evenings are the best times for me to work or study.

(*): morning person = người có thể làm việc hiệu quả vào buổi sáng

Do you think people can do two things at the same time?

Honestly speaking, I don’t believe we can pay attention to two things at the same time because one task may be distracted by the other one, and finally we will probably end up with nothing accomplished.

What affects your ability to concentrate?

I guess we will get absent-minded if we are distracted by several different things at the same time. For example, while we are working in front of computers, we sometimes chat with our online friends. So if I want to work peacefully and efficiently, I really need a clutter-free environment. I like my desk clear of any clutter except one computer on it, and turn off phones, email notification, etc to prevent me from jumping from one thing to another.

26. VOICE (old)

Is your voice different from when you were young?

Honestly speaking, I pay little attention to my voice but I assume that my voice hasn't experienced any significant changes since I was a kid. If it changes remarkably, I should have noticed.
The answer is yes. When I came to the stage of puberty, I experienced voice breaking. So my voice at the present time is deeper than it used to be when I was a young boy.

Is your voice similar to that of a family member?

No. My voice doesn't sound the same as that of other family members. I don't really know why because this is something related to genes and heredity.

Do you like listening to your recordings?

No. I kinda hate the sound of my own voice. The reason is that when I listen to my voice in a recording, it sounds so weird and so different than the voice I am familiar with, making me sometimes unable to identify my own voice immediately.

When does your voice change?

There will be a change in my voice when I'm sick. Every time I experience a cold, a flu or a sore throat, my voice gets deeper and lower. Sometimes I even lose my voice if an illness is serious.


How many languages can you speak?

In general, I can speak three languages. Vietnamese is my mother tongue. I can speak English fluently and can hold a decent daily conversation in Mandarin.

When did you learn English?

I have been learning English for nearly 20 years. I started my English study when I was 7.

Do you find it difficult to learn a new language?

I have to admit that acquiring a foreign language is a challenging process, yet I find it interesting and intriguing.

Are there any other languages that you would like to learn?

I want to learn French and Spanish, mostly because I want to travel to Europe and Latin America. French is also very appealing to me because it is a soft, melodious and romantic language.
I'm interested in Chinese, particularly Mandarin. Nowadays, there are a lot of big Chinese businesses and I think if I am able to communicate in Chinese, I can extend my job opportunities. Also, Chinese is a good grounding for learning other languages, especially Japanese since more than half of Chinese vocabulary is derived from Chinese.

Why do people want to learn new languages?

For the most part, I believe the main motivation of language learning is related to career development. Clearly, those who can communicate in more than one language have better competitive advantage in job hunting.

What are the benefits of being able to use more than one language?

There are a lot of advantages of being bilingual or multilingual. In terms of job prospects, those who can use many languages likely have more choices in career development. They can work for foreign companies or work abroad. Regarding mental abilities, acquiring a second language can boost our brain power and improve our memory.


Do you like outdoor activities?

I like being outdoor; having said that, I normally cannot arrange time for outdoor activities since my work schedule is very tight.

What outdoor activities you like to do most? and how often do you do that?

I like taking a walk around a small public park near my house. I do that twice every month. I can find relaxation and tranquility while being close to nature, breathing the fresh air and enjoying the blowing wind. Also, gentle physical exercise like walking is very suitable for an inactive person like me. 

How much time do you spend outdoors every week?

I only go out for a walk once every two months. I know the amazing health benefits of being outdoor but I cannot spend the luxury of time on this activity when I have lots of work to do.

What outdoor activities are popular in your country?

It's hard to speak for others, but I think jogging and running are the two most common outdoor activities that people in Vietnam do. These are the self-paced physical exercise suitable for everyone.

What are the differences between indoor and outdoor activities?

Indoor and outdoor activities are different in their own ways but basically indoor activities take place in indoor areas so they will not be dependent on the weather. On the other hand, bad weather conditions can ruin or hinder outdoor activities.

29. Borrowing/lending (old)

Have you ever borrowed books from others?

Yes. I borrowed a book from a friend of mine when I was in high school. I knew about that book by reading a review on the internet but was not sure of myself whether I should buy it or not because the book was quite expensive to a highschool student. Luckily one of my classmate had it and I asked to borrow the book from him.

Have you ever borrowed money from others?

Yes. I have borrowed money from my best friend. There was a time when I was so penniless and really in debt. Therefore I asked to borrow money from my friend to pay off the debt.

Do you like lending things to others?

Not really. I prefer giving things to people rather than lending them something. You know, I have terrible memory so I will forget that I have lent people things.

How do you feel when people don’t return things they borrowed from you?

I feel disrespected and even betrayed. I also don’t want to have any connection with people like that. They are so poor-mannered and impolite.


30. Talking (new)

What do you like to talk about when you are with your friends?

Whenever I am with my close friends, I talk to them about everything under the sun, such as new people I have met recently, problems I am encountering, or latest news of celebrities or what is happening around the world.

Did you change the way you talk compared with when you were a child?

I have never paid attention to this but I think the answer is yes. My mom told me that I was very impatient when I was young, which means that I might talk to everyone in a rude and abrupt way. However, that is no longer the case for me at the present time, since now my communication with others is more gentle and tactful.  

Do you change your opinions frequently? 

In general, I don't often have a change in my viewpoints because normally I form my opinions of my own accord, based on my range of knowledge and experience. However, I always try to keep an open mind and I am willing to listen to other people's opinions.

31. Gift (new)

Do you spend a lot of time choosing gifts for other people?

It depends on who is the recipient. If I choose a present for one of my close friends or family members, I will not hesitate to spend hours choosing the right gift for them. However, if it's just a distant friend or colleague, I will save time by choosing something more universal, like flowers or shopping vouchers.

What is the greatest gift you've ever received?

As for me, the most meaningful gift that I have ever received was a Matryoshka doll. My beloved student gave me the toy as a welcome gift when I paid a visit to his place. The gift is just a simple toy but it shows that he truly appreciated and looked forward to my visit.

Do you think it's important to choose the right gifts for people?

Yes. Who doesn't feel happy and satisfied if someone gives them the right thing they truly want. This accounts for the significance of selecting the right gifts for people.

Are you good at choosing the right gifts for others?

Yes, I am. I often pay attention to small details concerning the interests of the recipients which they have mentioned by chance in our conversation and later I will choose something relevant to that. It’s not supernatural power though, it’s observation and caring.

32. Stay up late (new)

Did you often stay up late when you were young?

Yes, when I was a teenage girl, it wasn't until 1 o'clock in the morning that I went to bed. I used to stay up very late to do school assignments or to do the drawing. When I was young, I desired to become a manga artist.

Do you often stay up late now?

Sometimes, I have to stay up late to finish my work assignments and meet the deadlines. The working world is hard and now I find having enough sleep at night a blessing. 

How do you feel when you wake up after a late sleep? 

Obviously I don't feel very well in the next morning after a late sleep. Sleep insufficiency causes me not to stay awake and therefore my mind can not be at its optimal level as it should be. 

33. Meeting new people (new)

Is it hard for you to strike up a conversation with a stranger?

No, I am an extrovert so I have no problem in starting a conversation with a stranger. In fact, I love meeting new people and get a charge out of social events.

Do you normally carry on a conversation with strangers?

It depends. If I find talking to that stranger fun and exciting, I will get involved more in developing the dialogue with him or her. By contrast, if I find that stranger not a right match, I will figure out a way to end the conversation and leave.

Are you afraid of being evaluated when you meet someone for the first time?

Not at all. Who doesn't have judgement and impression towards strangers. I also have some certain judgements on people I first meet based on what I have experienced, so I don't get afraid to be judged by others.

34. Jokes & Comedies (new)

Are you good at telling jokes? 

Do your friends like to tell jokes? 

Do you like to watch comedies?

35. Humour (new)

Do you like being close to a person who has a good sense of humor?

What type of programmes do you find funny on TV?

Which types of programmes are most popular in your country? 

What kind of things make you laugh?

Do you like to make people laugh?

Do you think it is important to have a sense of humour and why?

36. Place (new)

Where do people in your local area often choose to meet?

Do you prefer a meeting point which has an appealing beauty?

Do you prefer to choose stunning hotel or resort room views?

What is the most breathtaking landscape you have ever been?

Do you snap photos of great views when you visit? 

37. Fish (new)

Do you like eating fish? 

Why do people go fishing? 

Where can you see fish?

How popular about going fishing in your country?

Do your hometown have a place to go fishing? Where?

Do you like eating fish?

Do you keep fish as a pet at home?

38. Cooking (new)

Did you learn to cook when you were a child?

Do you often bake?

What types of things are bakes in our country?

Do you think baking is a healthy method of cooking? 

Do you prefer eating home cooked meals or eating out?

39. Insects (new)

How do you like insects?

Are there many different insects where you live? Do you think insects are useful?

40. Age (new)

What do you think is the best age to learn driving?

How do you feel about getting older?

Should we treat people of different ages in the same way?

41. Tidy (new)

Are you a tidy person?

Are all of your family members tidy?

Do you think you are more tidy at school/workplace than at home?

Do you think that being tidy all the time is good?

42. Success (new)

Is it important to succeed for the first time? Why? 

What factors lead to success?

43. Newspaper & Magazine (new)

Do you prefer to read newspapers or magazines?

Do you prefer to read news online or in the newspaper?

44. Judgement (new)

Do you often judge anyone?

How do you feel when someone hates you?

45. Shopping/ buying things (new)

Do you like/enjoy shopping?

What do you usually buy?

Who does most of the shopping in your household?

Do you usually spend money on expensive products?

Do you think that the price of a product is associated with its quality?

Can you compare the qualities of high-end and low-cost gadgets?

46. Plants (new)

Do you keep plants at home?

What plant did you grow when you were young?

Do you know anything about growing a plant?

Do Vietnamese people send plants as gifts?

47. Names (new)

How did your parents choose your name?

Does your name have any special meaning?

Is your name common or unusual in your country?

If you could change your name, would you? 

48. Celebrities / Famous people (new)

Who is your favorite celebrity in your country?

How do celebrities influence their fans in your country?

Do you like any foreign celebrities?

Would you like to be a celebrity? Why?

Do you think we should protect famous people’s privacy?

49. Advertisements (new)

Are there any TV channels in your country that don’t have adverts?

Do you enjoy watching adverts on TV?

What are the best ways for ordinary people to advertise something they want to sell in your country?

What kinds of product are often advertised on TV?

50. Leisure time (new)

What do you do in your spare time?

Nothing special. At times, I spend my leisure time laying down on my bed and enjoying my favourite songs. At times, I binge-watch a whole season of a series on Netflix.

What do you do to relax?

When it comes to relaxation, I often immense myself in the world of music by listening to my favourite pop or ballad songs. Having a cup of hot tea at that time would make it more wonderful. It sounds simple but it works like a charm for me. 

How do you usually spend your weekends?

I don't have any particular routine for my weekends. At times, I am in a mood for socialisation and I will gather my close friends up at my house to have a sleepover party. At times, when laziness arises, I just hang out on the couch in my living room and binge-watch films on Netflix all the weekend.

What do you usually do after work or classes?

My work normally finishes at around 9:00 pm which means that I don't have much time left in the evening. Also, at that time of the day, I am exhausted so I just want to head back home as fast as possible, grab something to eat and have a good night's sleep. 

Is there some other hobby or sport you would like to try? Why?

If I have more free time, I will take up making origami which is an art of paper folding. It's fun to fold and really cool to see pieces of paper begin to take shape and look like their real life counterparts.

Do you prefer staying at home or going out during evenings?

I cannot say which one I prefer because it depends on a day. There are days when I am in a mood for chit chat and socialisation, but there are days when I just want to have my alone time and enjoy the moments of solitude at home.

Is leisure time important?

Yes, having spare time is extremely crucial for your physical and mental health. These are the times when you give your brain and your body a break that they need after hard days at work.

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