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"雅思"口语测验技巧(第二阶段)

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第二阶段
须知

  当面试官要求您详细回答一些事情时,您应察觉第二部分已经开始了。通常题目会是关于您的兴趣,您的工作和您的学业。您也许会被问及一件事的过程,一件物件如何运作或一项游戏的规则等等。想在第二阶段有好的表现,您应该能做到以下几点:

1)不需面试官太多提示而流利地讲出个人见解;

2)能流利解释,描述或说明一件事情的发生;

3)表现出您愿意讨论这个题目,就算您对它不熟悉,您也可围绕着这个题目发挥。

 

应做和不应做的事

应做的事

1)开始回答时,先表示自己对题目的看法;

2)您起码要想到至少两个值得讨论的要点;

3)在正式开始讲解前,先说明您会提到的要点;

4)对不认识的题目,您可尝试猜测。用“maybe”,“perhaps”等字会比什么也不说好。

不应做的事

1)不要说您不懂这个题目或您从来未想过这些事情;

2)当您听不明白问题时,不用担心,您可要求面试官重覆一次;

3)不要离题。否则面试官会以为您听不明白题目;

4)不要等面试官问问题,要表现出您有能力讨论题目而不需任何提示帮助。

 

建议题目

讨论:

... the advantages and disadvantages of the use of computers.

... the banning of alcohol and tobacco advertising in the media.

... price differences between various items in your country and Australia.

... examinations at school in your country and their relevance.

... the importance of video and television in education.

... the pros and cons of living, studying or working in a foreign country.

... the causes and effects of traffic jams in major cities.

... the qualities and skills required of a good company manager.

描述:

... the recreational facilities in your city/town.

... the night-life in your city/town.

... the public transport system in your city/town.

... an interesting vacation you have taken recently.

... how a vacuum cleaner or other modern appliance works.

... your journey to this country.

... your first impressions of (your host country).

解释:

... the rules of basketball (or your favourite game or sport).

... how space travel can be of benefit in the future.

... why crime occurs in modern cities.

... the need for an international language.

... why you chose your particular field of study.

说明:

... a folk story in your culture that has significance.

... the plot of a good book you have read recently.

 

建议用字和用句

Could you please rephrase that question/topic?
I'm not exactly sure what you mean ...

I'm not exactly sure how to answer that question, but (perhaps) ...

That's a rather difficult question, but (maybe) ...

I'm sorry, but I don't know much about ...

However, it might be possible that ...

Maybe I can answer your question by telling you about a personal experience I had.
That's an interesting question ...

Let me see. Well, I suppose that ...

Well, I think there are 2 (or 3 or more) reasons:

First, ... Second, ... Finally, ...

In my opinion there are three ways of looking at it:

First of all, ... Next, ... Then, ...

Have I given you enough information?
Would you like me to tell you more about ...?

Is that all you'd like to know?

I'm afraid that's about as much as I know.

I think that's about it.

I can't think of anything else right now ...


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