雅思9分口语答案解析

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雅思9分答案解析

9分同学完整口语答案音频示范:

Greeting Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
Hello Q&A Hometown Q-Sb famous Q-pros&cons of being famous
Full name is Q-tourists A-Sb famous A-pros&cons of being famous
Check Passport & ID A-Tourists Q-Responsibilities of celebrities
Q-Don’t no about ht A-Responsibilities of celebrities
A-Don’t no about ht Q-Important element to success
Q-Weather A-Important element to success
A-Weather Q-Money & Success?
Q-Prefer winter or summer A-Money & Success?
A-Prefer winter or summer Q-How success can change a person?
Q-Things to do when raining A-How success can change a person?
A-Things to do when raining
Q-Who to go shopping with
A-Who to go shopping with
Q-Shopping mall or market?
A-Shopping mall or market?

Introdution

    • Yes, sure~ 
  • That’s fine, thank you. Now in the first part, I’d like to ask you some general questions about yourself.

Part 1

Let’s talk about where are you from.

    • Where is your hometown?
      My hometown is in the south west of England. The south west of England is all countryside so live in the countryside on a farm, in a, it’s not actually a village, it’s just a farm by itself in a valley so we don’t have any neighbours. It’s just all of our, all of our fields and then not far from our farm is the coast.
    • Answer
      Well, there’s lots of places tourists can visit actually. We even have lots of tourists staying in our farmhouse and they can walk around the countryside. There’s lots of different country walks or hiking cuz there’s lots of forests and then you can go to the coast, to the seaside. There’s a small seaside town there so there’s lots of different kinds of souvenir shops and restaurants and cafes, some swimming pools or you can swim in the sea if it’s not too cold. There’s lots of coastal walks or there’s lots of coastal paths that you could cycle along so it’s those kinds of things just walking, cycling, being kind of outdoor activities.
    • Answer
      I think probably the biggest problem is that it’s a bit boring sometimes, like I said there’s no neighbors and even the seaside village we live near is really quite, really quite small. So apart from the summer there’s not really anyone there. In the winter it’s really quiet so there’s not much to do when you’re young.

      Let’s move on to the weather.

    • What is the weather like where you live?
      • Answer
        Well, the summer’s quite nice. It’s usually quite sunny and hot in the summer. The winter’s cold. It rains a lot. Sometimes it snows but when it snows, the snow doesn’t really settle very much, it’s never very deep and then the autumn and the winter. The autumn’s quite cold as well actually. You can’t really differentiate the autumn from the winter and then the spring that’s quite cold as well, Yeah.
    • Answer
      I definitely prefer the summer because there’s not very much sun in the winter and I think when there’s no sun it’s really depressing. When there’s sun you can do loads of things – you can go to the beach, you can go outside, you can do sport, you can just do anything without worrying about being cold. So I like the summer definitely.
    • Answer
      Well it does rain quite a lot of , it does rain quite a lot of the time in England so I usually go to an indoor swimming pool or go to the cinema or just stay at home and read, watch TV. I mean if you have an umbrella, you can still go outside and go walking anyway.

      Now I’d like to ask some questions about shopping.

    • Answer
      Well really I only like going by myself. I really hate going with other people because it takes ages to walk around with them because sometimes they want to go to different shops than you do and if they want to try on clothes, you have to wait for them or if you want to try on clothes, they have to wait for you. And I don’t really like having to listen to what they think about the clothes I’m trying so I just like going by myself.
  • Answer
    I definitely prefer shopping malls coz if you go to traditional markets, then often you can’t try the clothes on. Although it’s cheaper, the quality isn’t always very good so if you can’t try it on, you don’t know if it fits and then if you, when you’ve gone home and you try it on, it doesn’t fit, you can’t usually take it back to markets but in shopping malls if there’s a problem you can take it back, you just need a receipt. They have changing rooms. You can try it on so I think that’s much better.

Part 2

Introduction

Let’s move on to part 2, I will give you a topic and I’d like you to talk about it for 1-2 minutes. Before you talk, you will have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You may make some notes if you wish.

Topic Card

Describe someone famous that you admire. You should say:

    • who the person is
    • what they do
    • how they became successful
      and explain why you admire them.
  • Answer
    Okay. I’d like to talk about a man called Nelson Mandela. I’m sure you know who he is. He’s very famous around the whole world because he used to be the president of South Africa. Now I admire him not because he was the president but because he fought throughout his whole life. I mean, he’s already an old man, possible 80 I think, and he fought throughout his whole life for something he believed in. He really stuck to his guns. He followed what he believed in, stuck to his principles which were, what he fought for was racial equality in South Africa during apartheid. He wanted equality between black and white people and I mean his life was very difficult he was imprisoned for 40 years. Even before he was imprisoned, he was always wanted by the South African government and despite all this, he still never gave up what he believed inn. Even when he was in jail he found lots of ways of continuing the struggle whether it was through other prisoners; He, he also passed communications and kept the movement going through some of the prison wardens that , that sympathised with him and his cause. So despite being in prison for 40 years, he still could, he, he could still fight for what he thought was right and I mean, in our everyday lives, we meet lots of things that we want to give up on. Even if it’s just an exam or something like that so I really can’t imagine how difficult it must be to fight for the same thing for your whole life and not give up.

Part 3

Introduction

You’ve been talking about someone famous that you admire and I’d like to ask you one or two more questions related to this. Let’s consider first of all:

Fame

    • Evaluate the pros and cons of being famous.
      • Answer
        I think, I think there’s probably more disadvantages to being famous than advantages. The obvious advantages are money. I mean, when you’re famous, everybody wants you to do things; be on adverts, do speeches, just loads of things so you earn lots of money. And if you have lots of money, you can just, you can just do anything you want and you get to meet, you get loads of opportunities. You get to meet lots of people that you wouldn’t have met; lots of, do lots of things that you wouldn’t have been able to do. You get special treatment. You can go to parties like really like the Oscars and things like that. But because most famous people are really in the public eye all of the time, there’s a huge pressure on your personal life. People want to know about your family and your relationships and everything you do so there’s really an invasion of privacy by the media. I think that’s a really big disadvantage. You can’t, you can’t just, you can’t just live normally anymore. You really have to adapt to being a public figure. I think that’s a big disadvantage.
  • Explain what responsibilities celebrities have to our society.
    • Answer
      Well, I think because it’s society that makes the celebrity famous, I don’t really think the celebrities have any responsibilities to society. I think society, because society is responsible for making the celebrity famous then if they think the celebrity is doing anything wrong then it’s up to society to not support them anymore or show that, that they disapprove of what they are doing. So I really think it’s, I think society has more responsibility than the celebrity.

Success

    • Discuss which element is more important for success: luck or hard work?
      • Answer
        Well, we say in English … What’s the saying? .. “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again” and I think that displays that really, really hard work is a big element of being successful. But then you also need to “speculate to accumulate” and if you speculate, you’re taking risks and if you take risks, I think you really need luck to be on your side. So you definitely need a certain, a certain element of, of good luck. You need to be in the right place in the right time and meet the right people and if you’re, you’re, if you have a business, then you need the economy to be favourable or the market to be favourable so I think probably more hard luck .. ah hard luck!?! More hard work but a little bit of luck is definitely needed to get started.
    • Define how success is measured.
      • Answer
        I think it’s probably usually measured in money. Often when we say the most successful people, we mean the people with most money but then it can also be measured in status like your social position like we think presidents are successful, important politicians are successful. I suppose you could also measure it, you could measure it in how happy, happy the people are but I don’t think people really use that kind of measurement. I think definitely, definitely money would be the main, the main way to measure success.
  • Describe how success can change a person.
    • Answer
      Well, I think that when people, when people are successful sometimes they, cuz the’ve achieved what they’ve wanted to achieve they kind of lose all interest so they just want to be more successful or they feel a bit depressed. Because they don’t know what the point of living is anymore. I remember I watched a film recently called Alexander and he was just a very successful warrior and he conquered country after country but each time he succeeded in conquering a new country, then he was bored again so he had to conquer another country. So sometimes I think it means that you kind of, you kind of lose your interest in life and you don’t know what the point of living is anymore. And then obviously if it, if success comes with fame, then you have to adapt to being famous and that sometimes makes your life, you have to be quite distant from your family and friends. You don’t know who you can trust anymore. If they’ll sell, if they’ll, you don’t know if they’ll sell your story to the papers or, or tell your secrets to people so you probably have to make a lot of adaptions in your, in your private life.

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