-What is your full name?
-Can I see your ID?
-Where are you from?
-Do you work or study?
-Do you have a lot of leisure time?
-What do you do in your free time?
-How often do you do it?
Describe a goal you want to achieve in the future
You should say:
What the goal is
Why you want to achieve it
What you do to achieve it
One of my goals in the near future is to improve my proficiency in Japanese.
Actually, I have been studying Japanese for two months; therefore, I can just hold some simple conversations about daily life. There are various reasons why I want to study this language. Firstly, I am keen on Japanese culture, which is so incredibly unique and diverse.By learning Japanese, I can know more about traditions there. Secondly, I have always longed to work for a Japanese company. Since people in Japan are organized and hard-working, collaborating with them gives me a good chance to improve myself. That’s why I really want to master this language.
To achieve this goal, I am taking a Japanese course with a native teacher who gives me the best methods to study Japanese effectively. Besides, I am trying to practice speaking Japanese with my friends and watch as many Japanese films as possible, so that my level of Japanese can be improved considerably.I hope that soon I will have a good command of Japanese and I am sure that I will remain motivated to achieve my goal.
-hold conversations: (expression) have conversations
Example: It is impossible to hold conversations in that place – it is too noisy !
-keen on: (adjective) very interested in an idea or activity
Example: My parents are very keen on visiting my uncle in the US.
-diverse: (adjective) very different and varied.
Example: New York is a big city with people from diverse cultures.
-longed to: (phrasal verb) wanted to do something very much.
Example: It is just a dream, but I have always longed to be a famous musician.
-master: (verb) learn or understand something completely.
Example: In many jobs we have to master new techniques, such as computer skills.
-have a command of: (expression) have an ability to do or use something – especially a language.
Example: You must have a good command of English in order to pass the IELTS exam.