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Describe a famous food from your hometown or country You should say: For example, the most popular food, “pho” is made from many elements, which offer all necessary nutrients for a regular meal: carbohydrate and calories from noodle, protein added by beef or chicken, fat from broth (well cooked with bones, pork and beef) and vitamins from onions, chili and herbs Y • what it is • what it tastes like • how it is prepared and explain why this is famous food When it comes to Vietnamese foods, the first food that crosses most people’s mind is definitely Pho, or Vietnamese rice noodle In fact, this dish has long been listed as one of the most delicious foods in the world and has found its place on the world’s culinary map So, naturally, I would like to talk about this most famous dish in my country Actually, Pho is not that difficult to cook and it doesn’t take a professional chef with years of experience to make a perfect bowl of Pho The trickiest part of making this food, though, is to find all the spices and ingredients, which, if you don’t live in Vietnam or a Vietnamese community, could be an impossible mission and you would just have to go ahead and without some of the herbs or spices The very first step of cooking Pho is to make the broth by boiling knuckle bones or leg bones Then, you can add thin rice noodles and either chicken or beef to the boiling broth together with some condiments according to your taste That’s basically it Before you enjoy the pho, just add some slices of chilly and a few lime drops to increase the tastiness Pho is best when its served hot with fresh mint, basil and bean sprouts I think the reason behind the popularity of this dish lies in its simplicity yet tastiness It’s easy to make, easy to enjoy and hard to forget If you give this Asian food a try, you’ll most likely find yourself craving more and more of it 5/ Banh mi – Vietnamese baguette Sandwich Commonly well-known along with Pho, Vietnamese baguette sandwiches, called Banh Mi, have attracted a growing fan base around the word The uniqueness of Banh mi not only lies within the light and crispy baguette, but also the variation of flavors Vietnam fillings bring out the most amazing flavor This baguette sandwich filled with greens and a choice of fillings, including pâté and freshly made omelet, is so delicious that it’s been imitated around the world In the north chefs stick to the basic elements of carbohydrate, fat and protein—bread, margarine and pate—but head south and your banh mi may contain a more colorful combination of cheese, cold cuts, pickled vegetables, sausage, fried egg, fresh cilantro and chili sauce Be prepared for long waiting lines of this popular Banh Mi store for both locals and tourists Vietnamese food, in general, is the collection of various elements Both in a single dish or the whole meal, Vietnamese food is served with usually many substances mixed together, rarely one element And this method creates healthy meals for consumers, since all the nutritious substances needed are provided with dishes For example, the most popular food, “pho” is made from many elements, which offer all necessary nutrients for a regular meal: carbohydrate and calories from noodle, protein added by beef or chicken, fat from broth (well cooked with bones, pork and beef) and vitamins from onions, chili and herbs That is the reason why “pho” is favored by many Vietnamese for breakfast Just a simple bowl, but could generate enough energy for a whole morning Another characteristic of Vietnamese food is less fat, more vegetables The majority of the local, especially the elderly, not like meat lover dishes like beef steak or ribs, too much protein and fat Vietnamese prefer stuffs with many vegetable in it, like salad or soup But, it does not mean that Vietnamese food has no meat-element Mainly vegetable, but with some meat added, Vietnamese foods still offer enough nutrients, but are not too much calories like some Western dishes For example, chicken salad contains cucumbers, lettuce, onion, chili, sesame, peanut, mint, garlic, lemon drop but still has sliced chicken and fish sauce Likewise, vegetable soups are usually cooked with pork, meat balls, beef, crab or shrimp This wise method creates a very unique taste for the food as well with a sensible rate of nutrition More over, Vietnamese often boil, simmer or stir-fry the food, rarely deep fry or roast them And all the deep fry stuffs (with much oil and fat) are served with many kinds of vegetable: sliced morning star, lettuce, basil, cilantro, bean sprout and etc in order to reduce the greasiness of the dishes In term of the whole meal, Vietnamese also focus on the fine combination of essential nutrients The regular meal always has a staple food, usually rice (sometimes rice is replaced with noodle, vermicelli, gruel, bun or bread ) go with one or two main dishes (pork, fish, beef, crab, shrimp or egg) Another regular food is vegetable, which rarely misses from Vietnamese meal Vegetable is usually boiled, stir-fried or cooked as soup Whichever way it is served, vegetable is very important with Vietnamese, like a phrase “Meal without vegetable like disease without treatment” (Vietnamese: An khong rau nhu dau khong thuoc) The last thing in the meal is a bowl of soup (can be skipped if vegetable represents in soup already) The soup can be quite well-cooked, like sour soup (canh chua) or just simply vegetable boiled water to add vitamins and water needed for a day Thus far, the meal can supply a fine proportion of nutrients for consumers, in which no element (carbohydrate, protein, fat, and vitamins) is absent Nevertheless, the way Vietnamese people eat also guarantees a sensible nutrition rate for them They rarely eat just a kind of food, like only meat or only vegetable They always carefully mix the food together for their bowl, in order to balance the amount of nutrients This forms a healthy eating habit for Vietnamese and varies their inherently special gastronomy Sydney is my favourite city among the cities I have visited so far Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales of Australia This city is situated on the bank of Tasman Sea and has around 4.6 million people I have visited this city in 2008 after I finished my graduation and loved my stay there Sydney had many attractive natural areas, botanic gardens, parks, and high rising buildings This city has many heritage listed buildings that attract the tourists and visitors The Sydney Opera House is one of the most recognised landmarks in Australia and is a great place to visit This city is known for the dynamic cultural hub and it has many famous museums, galleries and art galleries as well Because of the great architecture, warm weather and hundreds of tourists attraction more than 11 million international and domestic tourists visit this city each year I had been there for about 15 days and I really enjoyed everything about this city I stayed at a 20 storied hotel that offered a really amusing sight views The transportation system of the city is better than many other cities and I could have been maintaining the track and time of my schedule because of that I loved being at open & wide spaces in the gardens and parks People are welcoming and friendly there A tourist can get necessary help both from people and the authority and can roam easily without any interruption I saw 2/3 art museum and some cultural festivals and those were awesome There are so many places to be, so many things to in Sydney Some of the attractive places are Royal Botanic Garden, Hyde Park, Queen Victoria Building, Sydney Town hall, Macquarie Lighthouse, Australia Square, Sydney Opera House and so on I had a tremendous vacation in Sydney and I liked most of the places there and I enjoyed so much that I did not even notice how quickly the weeks scheduled time has passed Describe the process of getting a job in your country? In my country, different jobs have different procedure However, in general, if we talk about some corporate or government job, one has to first pass a written test, followed by an interview In other jobs, there are mostly, few rounds of interviews before someone is hired On hiring background and criminal records are checked, after which the person is kept on the job ntroduction When you are looking for a job there is a range of information sources and supports to help you in your search You may looking for a job for the first time after leaving school or college or you may be thinking of changing job or returning to work If you are unemployed, there are a number of services and supports to help you find work – see below Whether you are currently in work, unemployed or in education, the process of finding and applying for a job is the same It is important to research all possible sources of information on employment opportunities, to send in a well-prepared job application with a relevant CV (curriculum vitae) and, if your application is not successful, to continue the search for employment Alternatively you should also look at other options such as returning to education or self-employment If you are coming from outside Ireland to work you can find more information in our document, Finding a job in Ireland Applying for a job Your CV or resumé is a very important document It is a summary of your personal details, educational qualifications and work experience It should also include your key skills and other relevant information together with the names of people who will provide a reference for you When you identify a job vacancy, contact the employer to get further details about it and the company You should update your CV and send it with a letter or application form as specified in the job advertisement The information in your CV and application letter or form should focus on the specific requirements of the job If you are called for a job interview it is important to prepare for it If you are unemployed, your local employment service (LES) or Job Club can assist you with writing CVs and job applications and with training in interview skills – see ‘Other supports’ below ... finished my graduation and loved my stay there Sydney had many attractive natural areas, botanic gardens, parks, and high rising buildings This city has many heritage listed buildings that attract the... Finding a job in Ireland Applying for a job Your CV or resumé is a very important document It is a summary of your personal details, educational qualifications and work experience It should also... details about it and the company You should update your CV and send it with a letter or application form as specified in the job advertisement The information in your CV and application letter or form
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