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1. What do you usually do on weekends?
2. What are you going to (planning to) do next weekend?
3. What do you do in your spare time?
4. When do you spend time with your family.
5. What did you do last week?
6. What do other people in your hometown(or, in your country) usually do on weekends?
7. Do you think it is important to make the most of your weekends?
8. Do you feel that weekends now are more important to you than when you were a child?
9. What traditional clothes do people from your country wear?
10. When do you wear them?
11. Are they comfortable?
12. Do you think there’s a difference between” fashion ” and “style” ?
13. How often do you go clothes shopping?
14. Would you bring your husband/boyfriend with you when you go clothes shopping?
15. What do you like to shop for the most?
16. Where is your favorite shopping centre?
17. What is your favorite brand?
18. Are you a shopaholic?
19. Do you go to many shops before buying one particular item or do you just buy the first one you find?
20. Did your parents ever make you wear something you didn’t like?
21. Have you ever felt uncomfortable with what you wear?
22. Do you like to go shopping during the sales?
I usually go shopping with my parents and rent a family movie on saturday, and I will hang out with my friends. Girls will drink something together and gossip a bit.
Next weekend, I will hang out with my friends, and find some best-kept secret restaurants to enjoy a meal together. After that, we will go to a jazz club or live house, as I’m a die-hard jazz fan.
Well, I have lots of hobbies I like to do in my spare time. I am very interested in studying English and I'm also quite into movies - sometimes I combine these two interests by watching British or American movies. What I particularly enjoy doing, though, is playing football- it's so exciting!
We eat dinner together every night. And during weekends, we sometimes go to cinema or go to grocery to do some shopping together.
Last weekend， I went to UTS library to prepare for IELTS test with my friends. It was effective to practice spoken English with a partner so that he can pick up my grammar mistakes or pronunciation problem. We also had a big dinner in the evening in China town.
They are all busy with their work on weekdays, so when weekends comes, they won't go far but stay at home watching a movie with their family or having a sleepover.
Yes, it's time for family reunion. Since I have to work from Monday to Friday, so I spend most of the weekends with my family, shopping or travelling together. I think that's what makes a family close when you spend time with them.
Yes. I need more rest now. Studying is tired but I can see classmates and hang out with them every day when I was a child. Working is quite different from studying, getting pressure, a lot of problems waiting to be solved. Weekends are the only chance you can rest a little bit and have fun with family.
Women in my country tend to wear sari or salwar-suit while men wear kurta-pyjama. Sari is a meter long cloth which is designed in some or the other form and is draped along the body. Salwar suit is similar to the pant and shirt but the shirt is longer and the pant has more space. Similar to salwar suit is kurta pyjama but it comes in different forms.
Traditional clothes are worn in normal daily life with most of the people across my country. However, with corporate life striking in, people tend to wear them more during festivals like Diwali or Holi or Raksha Bandhan. Traditional clothes are also worn during marriages.
I think it is more about what you are habitual wearing. People who wear traditional clothes find them more comfortable because they are used to. The ones who don’t wear them often, initially find it difficult, but for the most part, they are very comfortable.
I believe fashion is what is outside, so we have got fashion trends, things that most of the people at a particular time do. Like, wearing scarfs or certain kinds of pins. But, style is what comes from within. So, no matter you are following the fashion trend or not, if you are stylish, you can go a long way. Because, you can very well express yourself and it comes in everything that you do.
I buy clothes when I need them. So, last time when I went shopping it was because I had to buy a pair of jeans and some kurtis. Right now, I have enough clothes to wear everyday and still not be bored by them.
I would love to, but only when I find that they are comfortable shopping with me. Because, shopping truly is in itself a big task. You have to go shop by shop and then look at different clothes and so many more things. So, if they are happy finding clothes for me and helping me on it, by their wish, I will surely. But, if they find it hassle, I’d prefer going alone or with friends.
Mostly, I shop for books. I am a bibliophile in that way and the moment I finish a book, I jump on to other. Most of the time, I have a buffer of books. So, if in case I am not able to buy a book, I have got a set of unread books at my hand.
I think in my city, there is this mall, Pal City Mall, I like going out there when I have to buy lot of things together. Like books and clothes and bags or may be go for parlor as well. It is a nice place with all of these things and the quality of products available is also nice.
For clothes, I think my favorite brand would be W. I like its kurtis because they are very feminine and subtle and then yet very loud. Also, I feel very comfortable wearing them. When it comes to shoes, I mostly go for either action or bata. I think they are pretty good.
No, I am one of those who would shop only when required.
It depends. You know there are things that just strike your eyes and you are like fall in love with them. It is only when I fall in love with things that I go out and buy them. So, if I find that one thing in a shop I go ahead, but if in any way I am not satisfied I prefer going to the next shop.
Yes, there is this top that I had and I loved it but I was not very comfortable wearing it because my body structure at that time was such that it was dragging down.
Most of the times. I remember as a child I had to wear what they said. There was this top that I had and really did not liked it, because it used to itch a lot when I wore it. But, because it was warm and everything I had to wear it. However, I think at that time it did not even bothered me as to what I was wearing. Because, joy was somewhere else.
Yes, of course. I mostly go for shopping only during sales. Because, you can get the same thing at a cheaper price, most often 50% less. So, why not!