Conversation Practice. Politics By Paul Chen. Outline. Starting Questions Sample Conversation Vocabulary Useful Expressions Further Questions Reference. Starting Questions. What is politics ? Or what does it mean to you? Any impression or comment? Can people live without politics?
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By Paul Chen
A: Did you go vote today?
B: Well, no.
A: How come? Don’t you know that it’s important for us to vote for the best person to be our mayor?
B: I just have no idea who the best candidate is.
A: Didn’t you watch their debates on TV? They shared a lot of political views with the public.
B: Yes, I know and I’ve watched each of their debates, but I just cannot feel any sincerity from any of the candidates.
A: Well, that is truly a careful observation. However, we all have to make the best choice out of limited options sometimes.
B: I guess you’re right. All right then, I will go vote now. Hope it’s not too late.
first lady 第一夫人
Executive Yuan 行政院
foreign affairs 外交事務
the ruling party 執政黨
e.g. I have no idea what to do this afternoon.
e.g. You got to make a choice about what to eat tonight. Everyone is waiting for you.
e.g. Tom likes to share his thoughts with others.