What is your first name? What is your surname?
How old are you? When and where were you born?
Where do you live at the moment? What is your address? What is your telephone number?
Is your family large? What are your mother and father?
Have you got a flat/a house? How many rooms are there in your flat/house?
What conveniences have you got? What are your duties about the house?
What do you like to do? What kind of books do you like to read? What kind of music do you like?
Do you like watching TV? What is your favourite TV programme?
When do you usually get up? Is it easy for you to get up early?
Who usually makes breakfast for you? What do you usually have for breakfast?
When do you usually leave the house? What time do you usually come back home?
How long does it take you to get to your college? How many lectures do you usually have?
What is a hobby? What is your hobby?
Do you like travelling? What is travelling for you?
Where did you travel last time?
What do you usually do when you travel?
What are advantages and disadvantages of travelling by plane and by train?
Where can people stay in Britain?
What do you know about places to stay? What is «a hotel»/«a guesthouse»?
When do you prefer to stay when you travel? Why?
What can you tell about family traditions in Russia?
What can you tell about family traditions in Great Britain?
How can you characterize Russian people? What features of character do they have?
How can you characterize Englishmen? What features of character do they have?
Have you made a decision about your future profession? What would you like to be?
What do your parents want you to be? Are you going to follow your parents’ advice?
Where can you get the necessary qualification? How long will it take you to get the job you want?
What do you know about a job interview? How can you be competitive as a job-seeker?