1. C: What do you think of China?
W1: China is a fascinating country. It has a lot to offer the world.
W2: I don't know a lot about China yet, but I'm eager to learn.
2. C: What do you think of the Chinese?
W1:Chinese are very hospitable and kind-hearted.
W2: Chinese value family and education more than Americans.
3. C: What are your feelings about life in China?
W1: Life in China is so different from life in my country.
W2: Life here seems more stable than life in my country.
C: How do you like the Great Wall?
W1: It's the most amazing thing I've ever seen!
W2: It's really awesome! Words can't describe it!
Words can't describe... 无法用言语表达
1) Words can't describe how thankful I am.
2) Words can't describe how lucky you are.
3) Words can't describe the way I feel.
4. C: What do you think of the Forbidden City?
W1: I feel like I am walking through history.
W2: It's really proof of the China's greatness and wisdom.
5. C: What do you want to know about China?
W1: I want to know more about traditional Chinese medicine.
W2: I want to know about opportunities for my business.
W3: I really want to know more about the English education in China.
6. C: What attracts you the most about China?
W1: The ancient culture, the friendly people and the terrific food.
W2: The exciting atmosphere of change and development.
7. C: What was your first impression of China?
W1: I was so amazed by the large population. There are so many people everywhere.
W2: China was much more modern than I expected. The cities are filled with skyscrapers.
W3: It's very different from what I expected. It's not at all like what I thought.
8. C: What do you like best about China?
W1: The hospitality of the Chinese.
W2: The history and unique features of its
W3: I never have to pay for anything. Everywhere I go, I can stay and eat for free. You know why, because they want to learn English!
9. C: What do you dislike most about China?
W1: The pollution.
W2: I hate the way people spit and litter. It really turns me off.
10. C: What do you find interesting about life in China?
W1: There are so many people and so many differences from western culture.
W2: Ancient culture and modern development exist side by side.
W3: There are so many different cities and so many different customs. Every city has a unique personality.
11. C: What cities have you been to?/ Where have you been?
W1: I've been to Beijing and Shanghai. They are very impressive.
W2: I've been to a lot of cities in China. I love them all.
12. C: Where would you like to go?
W: I'd like to go to Xi'an and Guilin. I want to see the Terra Cotta Warriors and the mountains of Yangshuo.
13. C: What is your favorite place in China?
W1: Absolutely Beijing! There is no city like the Capital. You can never get tired of Beijing. There is so much history and culture.
W2: I have two favorite places in China, Sanya and Shanghai. Sanya in Hainan has the most beautiful beaches I have ever seen. Shanghai is a very energetic and exciting city.
14. C: What would you like to buy and take back from China?
W1: China is so famous for its silk. I'd like to buy some for my mother.
15. C: Do you think the Chinese are less sensitive than the people in your country?
W1: Yes, the Chinese are very tolerant.
W2: No, Chinese worry about losing face a lot more than people in my country.
16. C: What makes you feel embarrassed in China?
W1: I don't like being stared at. It makes me uncomfortable.
W2: I don't like being asked personal questions, especially about how much things cost.
17. C: What are your suggestions regarding the development of China?
W1: Learn some ideas from western countries and protect the environment.
W2: Don't destroy historical sites just to put up more modern buildings.