Mirror might be an odd topic to discuss, so we have prepared some questions for you to keep on practising. Related vocabulary has been given for you to enrich your word power.
Speaking Part 1
1. How often do you look at yourself in the mirror?
I look at myself in the mirror everyday when I wake up; it’s sort of my morning ritual. I work in a professional environment, so I always do my best to look presentable. That’s why I have to look in the mirror to make sure my hair is tidy, my face is groomed and my clothes are not wrinkled.
2. Do you often buy mirrors?
Not really. I mean I only buy one when mine gets broken. But other than that, I don’t really buy mirrors. Girls might, though. I think most females have a habit of replacing mirrors quite often.
3. Do you think mirrors are a necessary decoration?
I think it is a very useful decorative item. With a beautiful frame, it can nicely complement a living room or a bed room. In addition, in a small house, mirrors can actually make the space look bigger. Actually, a lot of restaurants use mirrors to give the guests the illusion that the space is bigger than it actually is.
- Ritual: A practice
Eg: I performed the rituals.
- Presentable: Capable of being presented
Eg: We should always look presentable
- Habit: A settled or regular tendency or practice
Eg: I have a habit of biting my nails
- Decorative: Serving to make something look more attractive; ornamental.
Eg: The vase is very decorative .