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This is the work of two girls, Maria and Stella Class 10d, presented in front of the audience on 19th February 2002

What's your profile?


You: Today we want to discuss three different topics. The first will be "sports and games", the second "school subjects" and the third "hobbies". So let's examine which thing is more difficult, more interesting or more exciting than the other." 

Well, what do you think about playing cards? It seems to me, that playing cards is more interesting than playing hockey.

Your partner: I'm of the opinion that playing cards is as interesting as hockey. But if you ask me reading books is easier than playing computer games.
You: You're so right. But what about school subjects. Most people think that Physical Education is more difficult than Chemistry and Sciences.
Your partner: Yes, I agree, even if it's generally believed that Physical Education is not as difficult as Chemistry. But what about foreign languages? I think that foreign languages like English and French are the most difficult subjects of all.
You: You're so right. But Biology is difficult, too, because there are a lot of things you have to learn. So Biology is as difficult as Chemistry or Physical Education for me.
Your partner: And what about hobbies? What do you think about science fiction books and stories about animals?
You: There can be no doubt that science fiction books are more exciting than stories about animals, but only for children of about 14 years of age or older. But there are some children under 14 who like stories about animals best of all.
Your partner: OK. But there is something else I want to talk about. Take for example newspapers and magazines for girls.
You: Oh, yes, it's important to realise that newspapers are more important than magazines for girls because we can get a lot of information with the help of newspapers.
Your partner: Well, I think that everybody knows that this is so. Newspapers are really useful.
You: So all in all I believe that every person is different and everybody has got his likes and dislikes. And I have found out that we have got a lot of views in common. Let's finish for now. I want to go.
Your partner: So do I.
You: See you tomorrow. Bye.
Your partner: Good bye

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