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  1. When was the last time you were hospitalized and why?

  2. What do you think about education in your country? Is it ok? good? bad?

  3. What’s your opinion on fate?

  4. If you could be famous for something, what do you wish it would be?

  5. If you could domesticate any animal in the world, which would you pick?

  6. What do you do to have a nice time at home in this pandemic?

  7. What are two things that make you feel happy?

  8. What is the most difficult thing that you have experienced while learning English?

  9. What advice can you give to someone who wants to start learning English?

  10. What type of persons you can't stand?

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A pet peeve is a particular thing that bugs you every time. There are all kinds of pet peeves, like littering, misusing punctuation, driving slowly in the fast lane, or talking during movies. ... If something like that drives you crazy and you have to yap about it, it's a pet peeve.



Examples: My worst pet peeve is to see people chewing with their mouth open.














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The Latin word canicula, meaning "small dog," is the diminutive form of "canis," source of the English word canine. "Canicula" is also the Latin name for Sirius, the star that represents the hound of Orion in the constellation named for that hunter from Roman and Greek mythology. This is supposed to be visible during a specific date in the summer. Tha's why they call them the "dog days". But, what do you know about the "canicula"? When does it appear? Where? How long does it last? What are the most affected areas? Is it worlwide?

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