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Hometowns can be inspiring or depressing

Today I want to look at a very common question in the GBC interview. It is surprising how many respondents, when asked about the place where they grew up, have very little to say.

Legalisation of casinos in Japan

This time, we're going to look at a hot potato* that has caused a lot of heated discussion in Japan.

The question we're going to deal with is: What do you think of the legalization of casinos in Japan?

Here is my sample answer:

This question has been asked in a lot of recent GBC tests, and has actually been discussed in a lot of newspapers around the world recently. It is a timely topic, and well worth preparing an answer.

Japanese students in class

This time, we're going to consider a GBC question about you. As we have mentioned before, personal questions should, in theory, be the easiest to answer. However, because they are considered easy questions, it is important that you have a really good answer prepared.

Japanese woman working

This time, we are going to look at a question that naturally follows the issue of how the Japanese lifestyle has changed over the last 10 years, which was considered in a previous blog.

Japanese Working Mother With Child

In this blog, we are going to look at a GBC question that should be quite easy to answer. However, sometimes the easiest questions cause the most confusion when you are thinking about what to say.

A picture of Europe at night, taken from space.

In this first blog of the series, we are going to look at a question about which many of you may not have specialised knowledge or a strong opinion. However, with some basic information, a good structure and some sophisticated vocabulary, it is still possible to produce a very good answer.

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