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1) Do you like soccer (Italian football)? Is soccer popular in America?
2) Can you watch the Italian football season in America? (Do you follow the Italian football season/championship/league championship on TV?)?
3) Do you know the name of a famous Italian defender/midfielder/striker (??)?
In what way is American football different from soccer? (Can you shortly explain me the difference??)
4) Are you a sports fan? How often do you do exercise (train, do gymnastics, which is best?) each week?
5) Do you say "on the right of the baker's there's a newsagent's Or "to the right?)
6) What do you eat for breakfast? What does a typical American breakfast consist of? Do you usually get a lunch box on a normal school day or do you eat in the school canteen?
7)What sort of food can you get in your school canteen? (Can you help me name some of the food you can get there?)
8) How does a school trip usually last?
What sort of person are you? Which sign of the zodiac were you born under?
When and where were you born?
9) What do you think of Italian people? Do you think they are too chatty, gossipy (?) and untrustworthy?
10) Do you play different school sports in winter and in summer?

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    1) Do you like soccer (Italian football)? Is soccer popular in America?

    2) Can you watch Italian football in America? Do you follow Italian football or the FIFA championship on TV?

    3) Do you know the name of a famous Italian football player? In what way is American football different from soccer? (Can you shortly explain me the difference?? <~~American football is quite different. There are 11 players from each team on the field at a time. They wear heavy padding and helmets, and the ball is like a pointed oval rather than an orb like the soccer ball. The players mostly carry the ball, but sometimes it is kicked. In soccer, only the feet can be used to move the ball, except for the goalie, of course. The size of the field and the placement of the goals is the same, but in American football, there is no goalie. This is a good webpage: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Football It explains American football, as well as soccer and rugby ... and their ancient roots! Use the contents list to find what you want to read about.)

    4) Are you a sports fan? How often do you do work out each week? Do you work out and practice for any particular sport?

    5) "to the right"

    6) What do you normally eat for breakfast? What does a typical American breakfast consist of? Do you usually take your lunch on a normal school day, or do you eat in the school cafeteria or commons?

    7)What sort of food can you get in your school cafeteria? Hamburgers and cheeseburgers? Fries? Sodas? Pizza? Salads?

    8) How long does your trip to school usually take? Do you ever take school trips to museums or sports or other places?

    When and where were you born? Which sign of the zodiac were you born under? What sort of person are you? Do you think your personality fits your zodiac sign?

    9) What do you think of Italian people? Do you think they are too chatty or too quiet?

    10) Do you play different school sports in winter from the ones played in summer?

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