1. Right now, I couldn't remember what he wore, but his characteristics I still remember them now.
2. In France, he has done many jobs, but he thought they were very boring.
3. His English is worse than me, so it's difficult for us to communicate with each other.
4. We couldn't see and hear clearly, for me, it was very boring and wasted me a lot of time.
5. I think I’ll be a good guide, after all I had ever been to Guiln.
6. They always smiled and listened to me carefully.
7. Although their first language is German, they can speak fluent English, especially the woman, not only did she answer my questions clearly, but also talked some interesting things about Germany.
8. Also, I will bring them to go to the West Street so as to visited varieties of local predictors and some characteristics of national clothes.
9. I had never done this before, so I felt it was very fresh and interesting.
10. My father is interested in sports so I think maybe he likes climbing and my mother likes shopping, so bring her to the West Street is the smartest idea, I think.
11. If I did not understand what he said, he would use a lot of body language until I knew what he means.
12. When I was walking along the West Street I saw he was playing three apples and threw them into the sky.
13. When we were going to go across a road, a person nearly ran into me.
14. There are all kinds of wine bars in the West Street.
15. However, I disliked the trip to Li River. It was really boring, because we spent 3 hours for boating, which, wasted a lot of time, and we were very hungry on the boat! (Use past tense)
16. The other was a British gentleman; he talked with us friendly.
17. In my opinion, the river was still beautiful as usual.
18. I like riding bike to Moon Mountain most.
19. If any one of my families will go to Guilin, I'm sure I will bring she or he to go shopping at there, because the price of goods in there are much cheaper for people.
20. It made me surprise. (Use past tense)
21. The other person I didn’t know her.
22. To be honest, I like all activities, but what I like activity most are that our group went to Moon Mountain by bicycle together and went to West Street to communicate with foreigners.
23. From these interviews, I found my oral English is not very bad and it’s not good, either. So I need to improve it largely.
24. I think my parents would like it.
25. The first one that I interviewed was a Canada’s pretty girl.
26. During the interview, they taught us something about their country’s culture. (Use past tense)
27. He was an old man who looked like really kindness and friendly, so I decided to interview him. (Use past tense)
28. I talked with a bar’s boss who was a Frenchman and 30 years old. (Use past tense)
29. Aaron was very talkative and cute, he had no hair on the head and he wore normally! (Use past tense)
30. I was worried about my poor English that couldn’t be understood, what's more, I was afraid I was incapable of giving clear expression of my feeling.