QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
1. Do you drink a lot of water every day?
Answer: Absolutely! As you know, water is indispensable for our bodies. Therefore, I always drink 2 liters a day to help me stay hydrated.
2. Do you drink tap or bottled water?
Answer: Well, I would say that I drink bottled water more often than tap water due to its safety and availability. In my country, you can easily purchase a bottle of clean water at a convenience store while tap water is rarely available.
3. Do you ever drink other kinds of water?
Answer: Yes. My family really enjoys drinking mineral water, which contains dissolved minerals that are believed to be good for our health.
4. Have you ever been thirsty but you didn’t have anything to drink?
Answer: Yes, I have. There was a time when I was running with my friends in the countryside. However, we realized that we had left our bottles at home and there was no convenience store on the road. Needless to say, my mouth was parched at that time.
5. Is bottled water very expensive in your country?
Answer: I think that most of bottle water brands here are pretty affordable, especially when bought in a large quantity.
1. Indispensable (adjective):
Example: This book is an indispensable resource for researchers.
2. Hydrated (adjective):
Example: Be sure to stay hydrated during the race by drinking plenty of fluids.
3. Safety (noun):
Example: For your safety and others, please do not bring any hazardous material on the plane.
4. Availability (noun):
Example: The ready availability of guns has contributed to the escalating violence.
5. Purchase (verb):
Example: I just purchased 2 tickets to next week concert.
6. Mineral water (noun):
Example: I prefer drinking mineral water to tap water.
7. Parched (adjective):
Example: Excuse me, do you have anything to drink? My mouth is kind of parched.
8. Affordable (adjective):
Example: The price of Iphone 11 is affordable.