Do you work or study? What aspect of your job do you like most?

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2, work and animals

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  1. Do you work or study?

  2. What aspect of your job do you like most?

  3. What changes do you want to see in your work?


  1. What is your favorite animal?

  2. Are there wild animals in your country?

  3. Have you ever seen wild animals?

  4. Do you like watching animals in the zoo?

  • Without a doubt, my preferred animal is the whale. Their intelligence and intricate social connections fascinate me. These creatures form profound bonds with their family members, showcasing their emotional depth. On a different note, I'm also quite intrigued by bees. Their pivotal role in maintaining the ecosystem's balance is remarkable. The way they contribute to the ecosystem's functionality makes me appreciate their significance even more.

  • Absolutely, my country is teeming with wild animals. The diverse geography offers a habitat for various species. In forests, you can spot majestic creatures like tigers and elephants. The wetlands are home to exotic birds and reptiles. Despite urbanization, efforts to conserve these animals are ongoing. National parks and reserves play a crucial role in safeguarding our rich wildlife heritage.

  • Certainly, in my country, there are indeed wild animals, although my knowledge is limited. One unique creature that comes to mind is the saiga, a peculiar-looking antelope. Its most distinctive feature is the trunk-like nose it possesses, unlike other antelopes. Surprisingly, its antlers are short, and its skin is a striking shade of bright yellow. Despite my limited knowledge, this saiga stands out as a memorable wild animal from my country.

  • Yes, I have encountered wild animals, but mostly in zoos, aquariums, and circuses. During my childhood, it was quite entertaining to observe them and sometimes even get the chance to touch them. Those experiences likely sparked my interest in the animal kingdom. In fact, I aspired to become an animal conservationist due to those early interactions and the fascination they ignited within me.

  • Personally, I'm not particularly fond of watching animals in zoos. Generally, the animals there appear lethargic and passive, quite unlike their counterparts in the wild that freely roam expansive landscapes. The confined spaces and often unpleasant odors contribute to a less-than-pleasant experience. Moreover, the animals themselves often seem unhealthy in such settings. While I understand the necessity behind captive environments for certain purposes, it's not something I enjoy witnessing.

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