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Updated on February 5, 2018

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  1. Pick a sport of your choice. Explain which is more enjoyable for fans: college or professional sports?
  2. What sport is more exciting to watch: football, soccer, baseball, basketball or something else?
  3. Who is the best Quarterback of all time? (or choose another position in football to discuss)
  4. Who is currently the best pitcher? Or you can talk about the best pitcher of all time.
  5. What is the difference between right and left handed pitchers or batters? How does this change the play of the game?
  6. What is a curve ball? Or a knuckleball? How does a pitcher learn to throw and what difference does it make in the game?
  7. Who was the best player in the most recent World Cup?
  8. What is the best sport for exercise for people over 50?
  9. What does it really take to be excellent in a sport? Pick a sport you know and give vivid details about training, workouts, preparation for a competition or game and/or the experience of a competition.
  10. What causes professional athletes to make major mistakes, such as World Cup players kicking the ball into their own goal?
  11. Which sport is the best one to play in high school?
  12. Pick a sport that you think needs to be added to your school program and give reasons why this sport would enhance the experience of students.
  13. Which sport is the most dangerous for young people? Are there sports that should be banned from schools?
  14. If you could be a World Class athlete in any sport, what would you choose? Why?
  15. What is the most difficult sport to play?
  1. How can creative or funny ads like the "Rethink Breast Cancer: Your Man Reminder" make people take care of their health better?
  2. Does not getting enough sleep affect your health? How much sleep do young people really need?
  3. Have you been in the hospital for a test or a surgery? Describe your experience.
  4. Have you experienced an injury from a sport? Describe what it takes to recover from an injury and the best medical advice you got to help you recover.
  5. Are supplements really helpful to health? Describe a supplement you believe in and explain why you believe it works.
  6. How important is it to eat a balanced diet and take vitamins? Do you follow the doctor's advice?
  7. Lots of people follow gluten-free diets. Other people avoid meat or sugar. Describe a special diet you know about and explain how it helps health.
  8. Scoliosis is a problem for many young adults. How can this be treated and what are the problems this disease causes for people over the course of their lifetime.
  9. Have you participated in a health non-profit organization's work (examples: Jump Rope for Heart, Giving blood, or Susan B. Komen run). Why is it important for people to support these organizations? Give your experience to back up your reasons.
  10. Are soft drinks like Coke, Pepsi, 7-up and Dr. Pepper really dangerous to your health? Should you avoid them?
  11. Should BMI reports be included on report cards to report on student's health? Does testing for weight and obesity violate a student's right to privacy. Does a poor health report card actually help encourage better health practices?
  12. Can banning sweets, sodas, and fast food at schools promote better eating and health among school kids?
  13. How can schools best promote exercise and good health? Should physical education be a part of every day a child is in school? How much recess? Should children be forced to run a certain amount?
  14. Most schools require health education. Are these classes useful and effective at promoting good lifelong health? What should be included in the curriculum?
  15. Should people have surgery to correct defects or imperfections in their body? Is corrective surgery a good part of mental health?
  16. Does stress make you sick?
  1. Do ad campaigns like Dove’s “Real Women” actually help women to have a better body image?
  2. What can a woman do who faces domestic violence?
  3. Pick a television series and discuss how it portrays women in a positive or negative way. Does it promote or break stereotypes?
  4. Compare a television series from the past with a current one. How have portrayals of men and women changed? How have stereotypes stayed the same?
  5. How does the portrayal of race in advertisements affect women positively or negatively?
  6. Examine a current magazine geared at women. What does this magazine portray about how women should think, do or believe about themselves? Are there conflicting messages?
  7. How does being abused as a child affect a woman’s relationship with her own children? With men?
  8. Why are so many women depressed?
  9. What is the best way to help a friend with an eating disorder?
  10. Why do women become prostitutes?
  11. What is feminism? Are you a feminist? Why or why not?
  12. What advantages are there for a woman who stays at home when her children are young?
  13. Is it better to be a woman than a man? What are the advantages of being a woman?
  14. How are women's friendships different than men's friendships?
  15. Why are women jealous of one another?
  1. The "Take the Poop to the Loo (toilet)" video was made by UNICEF to educate people in developing nations to use toilet facilities (see video below). How well does humor work to educate people?
  2. How should college campuses and police departments handle binge drinking?
  3. Colleges concerned with campus security sometimes put curfews on residents or restrict male/female visiting hours. What is the right balance between safety and freedom?
  4. Is it really necessary to get a college degree? Is a college degree worth it?
  5. States like Texas automatically admit the top 10% or so of high school graduates in a class to their public Universities. Argue for or against this practice.
  6. Do high schools offer a better education for students today than they did for their parents
  7. Is grade inflation a reality? Should schools and colleges go back to more vigorous grading?
  8. Is it a good idea for students to take a “gap year” to travel , work or volunteer before going to college?
  9. How important is it to learn a foreign language? Should schools require (or encourage) foreign language or study abroad?
  10. Categorize and explain the social groups at your High School.
  11. Is boarding school a good idea? What type of student benefits from living away from home?
  12. What are the benefits of going to an all-female or all-male school?
  13. Do school uniforms make a better school environment? Are they easier and cheaper for parents? Would you recommend them for schools to adopt? Why or why not?
  14. Should schools allow pregnant teens to continue to attend? Should there be a day care on campus?
  15. Is promoting birth control in the schools a good idea?
  16. Is it a good idea for students to skip grades? Should there be an easier way to test out of having to take courses in school or a better way to graduate early?
  1. Pick a successful business like Starbucks, Apple, Target or other Fortune 500 company, or pick a prosperous local business in your community. Explain why that business has done so well. What have they done to attract customers, brand their product and present it appealingly?
  2. Should businesses be proactive about helping their employees keep their weight in the correct BMI? If so, what should they do?
  3. Does promoting something as “green,” “recycled,” or “reducing your carbon footprint” really help sell products?
  4. What is white collar crime? How does it harm everyone?
  5. Is it important for things to be “made in the U.S.A”?
  6. Are Christian businesses like Chick-fil-a and Hobby Lobby promoting an effective business model by not being open on Sundays?
  7. In spite of a lot of progress, men still make more money than women for similar work. Explain why this is so. Is there something we should do about it?
  8. Is Cybersecurity important? How is your country trying to keep cyberspace safe? How much privacy should citizens be willing to give up?
  9. What are the limits government should have in investigating businesses and regulating them for terrorism?
  10. How should businesses choose employees? What is the most important: education, grades, test scores, interviews, recommendations, internships or some other criteria?
  11. What is the responsibility of colleges and Universities to help their graduates find jobs?
  12. Does letting someone work from home have disadvantages in terms of productivity? How important is it for people in a company to meet face to face?
  13. Should businesses offer on-site childcare? What are the benefits for companies?
  14. Should people support local businesses rather than shopping on-line?
  15. Is it ethical to buy something, use it, and then bring it back?
  1. Is drinking bottled water a good or bad thing to do?
  2. Which is more important: saving a species or encouraging development of land so that people have more jobs?
  3. Should the people of Flint Michigan be compensated for the contamination of their drinking water?
  4. Should we develop more public transportation in the U.S. so that there is less pollution due to cars?
  5. Should people pack lunches in reusable containers? Is it worth it to take that trouble?
  6. Are disposable diapers worse for the environment than reusable cloth diapers?
  7. Should people support the grow local and buy local movement to help the environment?
  8. Is nuclear energy a good or bad choice for your country?
  9. Would you pay more for all renewable energy like wind or solar? Why or why not?
  10. Is there such a thing as "noise pollution?"
  11. Why don't people pick up their trash?
  12. Why don't people recycle more? How can we best encourage recycling?
  13. How important is protecting the environment?
  14. What is the biggest environmental issue that will face your generation?
  15. Do zoos help or hurt animals?
  16. Can we stop the destruction of our environment?
  17. Are hunters good or bad for the environment?
  18. Should commercial fishing be banned to protect ocean creatures that are caught and killed accidentally?
  19. Is it ethical to eat wild salmon or the meat of other wild creatures?
  20. Does becoming a vegetarian help or hurt the environment?

Gujarati is the main language of the Indian state of Gujarat and one of the official languages of India.

Phrase list[edit]

Translation Phrase (pronunciation)
Gujarati Gujarati
hello Namaste
How are you? Kem cho?
good-bye Aavjo (lit. Come again)
yes haa
no naa
How much money? Ketla paisa?
Where is your restroom? Tamaru bathroom kya che?
Where are you? Tame kya chho?
I would like to drink some water Mare' pani piwu che
I am thirsty Mane' taras lagi/laghe che
I am hungry Mane' bhookh lagi/laghe che
What is your name? Tamaru naam su che?
My name is _____. Maru naam _____ che.
My friend Mara Mitra.

Basics[edit]

How are you? (formal)
( Kem chho? )
How are you? (informal)
( Kem chhe? )
Fine, thank you. 
(Saras/Saru, aabhar )
What is your name? 
( Tammaru Naam su Che? (Pronounced: Tuh-maru naam su che )
My name is ______ . 
______ . ( Maru naam ______ chhe.)
Nice to meet you. 
( Tamne maline anand thaiyo (Pronounced: Tuhm-nay mull-ine Aah-nand Tha-eeyo )
Thanks. 
( dhanyaawaad; Dhuhn-Ya-Vaad )
You're welcome. 
( Tamaru Swaagat che)
Yes. 
( Haa. )
No. 
( Naa. )
Excuse me (getting attention
(Māpha karaśō)
Excuse me (begging pardon
( Maaf Karjo. (Pronounced: Maaf kur-jo) )
I'm sorry. 
( Manne Maaf Karo[please forgive me] (Pronounced: Muh-nay Maa Kuh-Ro )
Goodbye 
( Aavjo[lit. come] (Pronounced: Aav-jo )
Goodbye (informal
(pachi maliye (see you later )
I can't speak name of language [well]. 
[ ]. (Hu Sarkhi rite ___________ boli nathi sakto[male]/sakti[female])
Do you speak English? 
(Tamme Angreji Bolo Cho?. (Pronounced: Tuh-may Un-greji Bo-lee Sha-ko Cho)
Is there someone here who speaks English? 
( Ahheya koi Angreji Bolva vallu che (Pronounced: Ahee-ya Koi Un-greji Bol-va Va-lu Che? )
Help! 
( Madad Karo (Pronounced: Muh-dud Kuh-Roh))
Look out! 
( Sambhalo (Pronounced:Sum-Bhaalo!)
Yesterday. 
( Gay-Cale (Pronounced:Gay-Ca-lag)
Tomorrow. 
(Cale (Pronounced:Ca-Lay)
Good morning. 
( Su Prabhat (Pronounced: Soo Pruh-Bhaat. )
Good evening. 
(Shub Sham)
Good night. 
( Shub Ratri (Pronounced: Shoe-bh Raa-tree.)
Good night (to sleep
( Sui Javo (Pronounced:Soo-e Jaa )
I don't understand. 
( Manne samaj nathi padtee (Pronounced:Muh-Nay Sa-muj Nuh-thee Pud-tee.)
Where is the toilet? 
(Sauchalay kya che ? (Pronounced: Sau-Cha-Lay Kya che?)
I love you 
"huun tane prem karuu chuun" OR"Hu Tane Pyaar Karu chu." OR "oo tane prem karu chu"
I miss you 
"tuun yaadh aave chhe"
Happy Birthday
"janm din muubaarak"

Problems[edit]

Leave me alone 
(Mane ekali/ekalo muki do )
Don't touch me! 
(Mane adasho nahi )
I'll call the police. 
( Hu Police ne bolavish )
I need your help. 
( Mane tamari madad joyie che )
I'm lost. 
( Hu Bhuli padi /Bhulo padiyo chu )
I lost my bag. 
( Me mari bag khoyi nakhi che )

Numbers[edit]

Zero 
shoonya
One 
ek
Two 
beh
Three 
thrun
Four 
chaar
Five 
panch
Six 
chhah
Seven 
saat
Eight 
aath
Nine 
nauv
Ten 
dhus
20 
vees
50 
panchas
100 
So [Pronounce as 'Saw']
200 
BeSo
300 
TranSo
400 
ChaarSo
500 
PanchSo
600 
ChhaSo
700 
SaatSo
800 
AathSo
900 
Nauvso
1000 
Ek Hajaar

Time[edit]

O'clock 1 o'clock-ek vaagyo chhe-literally "It has rung one" 2 o'clock-be vaagya chhe 3 o'clock-tran vaagya chhe 4 o'clock-chaar vaagya chhe 5 o'clock-paanch vaagya chhe 6 o'clock-chhah vaagya chhe 7 o'clock-saat vaagya chhe 8 o'clock-aatth vaagya chhe 9 o'clock-nauv vaagya chhe 10 o'clock-dus vaagya chhe 11 o'clock-agyaar vaagya chhe 12 o'clock-baarah vaagya chhe

Quarter past the hour: 1.15-savaa(avoid saying savaa ek) 2.15-savaa be 3.15-savaa tran 4.15-savaa chaar 5.15-savaa paanch 6.15-savaa chhah 7.15-savaa saat 8.15-savaa aatth 9.15-savaa nauv 10.15-savaa dus 11.15-savaa agyar 12.15-savaa baarh

Half past the hour (the r in saara is a special sound not easily written in English and needs to be heard, otherwise it may possibly sound like a rude word): 1.30-doddh (avoid saying saara ek) 2.30-addhi (avoid saying saara be) 3.30-saara tran 4.30-saara char 5.30-saara paanch 6.30-saara chhah 7.30-saara saat 8.30-saara aatth 9.30-saara nauv 10.30-saara dus 11.30-saara agyar 12.30-saara baarah

Quarter to the hour (The n in pona is very nasal and has no direct written equivalent in English and must be heard if it is to be repeated correctly): 1.45-pona be 2.45-pona tran 3.45-pona chaar 4.45-pona paanch 5.45-pons chhah 6.45-pona saat 7.45-pona aatth 8.45-pona nauv 9.45-pona dus 10.45-pona agyar 11.45-pona baarah 12.45-pono

Clock time[edit]

Five or ten minute increments before or after the hour or quarter past or half past or a quarter to positions are generally seen to be enough to describe time in Gujarati, although with digital clocks, you may use exact minutes.

Pona baar MA paanch is five minutes to a quarter to 12 with the MA suggesting before and paanch meaning 5 minutes, so this phrase says 5 minutes to a quarter to twelve.

Addhi ne paanch is five minutes past 2.30 with the NE suggesting AND, and the paanch meaning five minutes so this means five minutes past two thirty.

Dodh ne paanch is five minutes past 1.30 with the NE suggesting AND, and the paanch meaning five minutes so this means five minutes past one thirty.

1.05 
Ek ne paanch-Lit: one and five
1.10 
Savaa ma paanch-lit: five minutes before a quarter past one
1.15 
Savaa ma : quarter past one
2.20 
Savaa be ne paanch-Five minutes after a quarter past two
3.25 
Saara tran ma paanch-Five minutes to half past three
3.35 
Saara tran ne paanch-Five minutes past half past three
4.40 
Pona paanch ma paanch-Five minutes to a quarter to Five
4.45 
Pona paanch- quarter to Five
4.50 
Pona paanch ne paanch-Five minutes past a quarter to five
4.55 
Paanch ma paanch-Five minutes before five

Duration[edit]

Days[edit]

Monday 
Somvar
Tuesday 
Mangalvar
Wednesday 
Budhvar
Thursday 
Guruvar
Friday 
Shukravar
Saturday 
Shanivar
Sunday 
Ravivar

Months[edit]

January 
Doi
February 
Garunoichiori
March 
Shi
April 
Suid
May 
Karsu
June 
(...)
July 
(...)
August 
(...)
September 
(...)
October 
(...)
November 
(...)
December 
(...)

Writing time and date[edit]

ugi tori

Colors[edit]

Black 
Kalu/Kalo/karo
White 
Saafed
Red 
Laal
Yellow 
Peelu/peelo
Blue 
Bhuro
Pink 
Gulabi
Green 
Leelu/leelo

Transportation[edit]

Numbers[edit]

ek
beh
thrun
char
panch
chhah
saat
aath
nav
10 
dhus
11 
agyar
12 
bar
13 
ter
14 
chowd
15 
punder
16 
sol
17 
sattar
18 
adhaar
19 
og-nees
20 
vees
21 
ekvees
22 
bavees
23 
trevees

Directions[edit]

East = Purva

West = Pashchim

North = Uttar

South = Daxin

North-East=Ishan

south-East=Agni

South-West=Nairutya

North-west=Vayavya

Up = Uppar

Down = Niche

Left = Dabi Baju

Right = Jamni Baju

Taxi[edit]

Lodging[edit]

kali pooth

Money[edit]

Rupees = Rupia Paisa

1/20 = 5 paisa or panchiyu (discontinue)

1/10 = 10 paisa or dashiyu (discontinue)

1/5 = 20 paisa or visiyu (discontinue)

1/4 = 25 paisa or pavli or char aana

1/2 = 50 paisa or aath aana or pachas paisa

3/4 = 75 paisa or bar aana or pono rupiyo

Eating[edit]

Eating: khavanu Water : panee

Bread : Rotali, Bhakhari

FRUIT: Apple: Suferjen Tomato: Tametu


VEGETABLES: Potato: Bataka Carrot: Gaajar

stylist word[edit]

sandeep is coming soon- sandeep tuk samay ma aavse

i know ? - hu jan to hato / mane khabr hati

Shopping[edit]

Kharidi

Driving[edit]

Car: Gad-ee

Authority[edit]

Hukum or Rajya

authority means hakk, adhikar. {exp. you have an authority of signatory when i m not in town, you can sign for me - jyare hu shaher ma na hou tyare tamne sahi karvano hakk/ adhikar chhe.}[something like that]

Relations[edit]

Mother = Ma, Maata

Father = Baapuji, Pita, Pappa

Sister = Ben (eg Cheralbhen)

Brother = Bhai (eg Jayanbhai)

Paternal Grandmother = Dadi, Baa

Paternal Grandfather = Dada

Maternal Grandmother = Nani

Maternal Grandfather = Nana

brother's wife = bhabhi

sister's husband = jijaji

Wife = Patni

Husband = Pati

Mother-in-law = Sasuji

Father-in-law = Sasra

Paternal Uncle (Father's brother) - Kaka

Paternal Aunt (Father's brother's wife) - Kaki

Paternal Aunt - Father's Sister - Fai, faiba or Foi (phoi)

Paternal Uncle - Father's Sister's husband - Fua (phua)

Maternal Uncle - (Mom's brother) - Mama

Maternal Aunt - (Mom's brother's wife) - Mami

Maternal Aunt - (Mom's sister) - Maasi

Maternal Uncle - (Mom's sister's husband) - Maasa

Friend - mitra, dostaar(saheli is special word for girls)

Grandmother/Grandma - Ba

Native Gujarati speaking areas in India.
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