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Some people prefer to eat at food stands or restaurant. Other people prefer to prepare and eat food at home. Which do you prefer? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.
Some people prefer to spend most of their time alone. Others like to be with friends most of the time. Do you prefer to spend your time alone or with friends? Give reasons to support your answer.
Some people like to do only what they already do well. Other people prefer to try new things and take risks. Which one do you prefer?
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Face-to-face communication is better than other types of communication, such as letters, email, or telephone calls. Use specific reasons and details to support your answer.
Live in big city or small city
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TPO 19 - Question 4 Social Learning One way people learn is by watching the behavior of others. Sometimes called social learning, this type of learning involves the process of learning to copy—or not copy—the action of another. By observing the resul
TPO 19 - Question 3 Fee Increase for Recreation Center Use The university administration today announced a $25 increase in the student fee for using the campus recreation center. The higher fee, which all students are required to pay, will provide funds t
TPO 19 - Question 2 More and more people are buying items on the Internet and from magazines or catalogs. Other people prefer shopping in a store. Which do you prefer and why?
TPO 19 - Question 1 Talk about a skill or ability that you consider especially important for a student to have. Use details and examples to explain your answer.
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TPO 20 - Question 4 Franchising Many popular and well-known business chains, such as fast food restaurants, use a practice known as franchising. In franchising, someone who wants to open a store or a restaurant pays an established company for the right t
TPO 20 - Question 3 Energy costs reach sky-high levels Heating prices, and the university’s heating bills, reached record-high level this year. In an effort to reduce heating costs, the university decides to lower the temperature in classroom buildings