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Introduce yourself to the person sitting across from you. Travel o How many languages do you speak? o How far away from home are you right now? o How many places you’ve been to o Describe your dream place to travel? Music o Favorite type of music? o Favorite band? Movies o Favorite movie? o Last movie you saw? Transportation o Car or bike? o Truck or car? Food o Cook or eat-out? o Favorite food? o Favorite restaurant? Hometown o Describe your hometown o What is your hometown famous for? o What were you involved with in high school? Family o Brothers or sisters? o Grand-parents? Pets o Cats or dogs? o Talk about your pets o What is your favorite animal?
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