– What natural sound(s) do you like (the most)? (Why?)
Answer: There is one sound that can lift my spirits, the sound of rain. You know, there are moments I’m so stressed out and I immediately go online searching for rain sounds, which helps me feel relaxed and calmed.
– What sounds do you dislike? (Why?)
Answer: I can’t bear the sound made by fingernails on the blackboard since it really drives me crazy.
– What sounds remind you of your childhood?
Answer: The airplane. I was studying at an elementary school which is located near an airport, and we could hear the sound of plane engines every time they flew through my school.
– What (kinds of) music do you like the most?
Answer: Pop songs is one my top choices since they have catchy melodies and meaningful lyrics.
– Does your school have any quiet places for studying?
Answer: Yes. We have a study room where students are provided with tables, reading space, computers, and of course, making noise there is not allowed.
– What are some places where there is a lot of noise?
Answer: Well, noise can be frequently heard around places such as airports, construction sites, and train stations.
– Do you mind noise? (Do any noises bother you?)
Answer: Absolutely. Unwanted noises really get on my nerves especially when I’m concentrating on study.
– What types of noise do you come across in your daily life?
Answer: To be honest, I have to put up with a rich variety of noise on a daily basis. The first one is the noise of vehicles at peak hours, and then heavy machinery from construction sites, which easily distract me from work.
1. Lift someone’s spirits (v)
He was disappointed with the decision and all we could do was cheer him up to lift up his spirits.
2. Peak hours (n)
The train was filled with people since it was in peak hours.
3. Heavy machinery (n)
You can hear the sound of heavy machinery from the building over there, which is annoying.
4. To bear something (v)
I can’t bear this noise anymore! Can you please close the door?
5. Top choice (n)
HM is always my top choice when it comes to shopping.
6. Catchy (adj)
This table has a catchy look! Should we buy it?
7. Construction sites (n)
Turn right and you will see the post office, which is next to a construction site.
8. Put up with (v)
I can’t put up with this noise anymore! Can you please close the door?
9. On a daily basis (adj)
You should do exercises on a daily basis in order to improve health conditions.
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