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2017年雅思考试口语新题及范文参考

2024年01月05日

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2017年雅思考试口语新题及范文参考
雅思从听、说、读、写四方面进行英语能力全面考核。如何学好口语及作文呢?下面小编为大家整理了2017年雅思考试口语新题及范文,希望能给大家带来帮助!
篇一:
1.Do you send gifts to others quite often?
2.What kind of gifts are popular in your country?
3.Are there some special gifts in your country?
4.What are the difference between the gifts sent nowadays and those sent in the past?
5.If you have a child, when will you give presents to him/her?
6.How do you feel about receiving an expensive gift?
Sample answers:
1.Not really. Only when someone invite to their home or attend some kind of celebrations will I send gifts to others. For example, when one of my friends invited me to attend her wedding, I sent her a microwave oven as a gift. And usually, Chinese prefer to give red envelope with 500 RMB to 2000 RMB to the inviters instead of sending gifts. In this way, the inviters can use this amount of money to purchase whatever she/he likes.
2.For a common visit, we tend to send fruits, cookies and the like to the host. You know, most of people like to eat this kind of things. And we don’t want to send something the host doesn’t like. So food is always one of the best choices. For some important occasions like wedding ceremonies, we prefer to send household appliances as gifts. To conclude, Chinese are more willing to send necessities as gifts.
3.From my point of view, red envelope seems to be one of the special gifts in China. Every time when we celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year, the elder would give red envelope to kids. Usually, within these red envelopes is money, ranging from 100 RMB to several thousand RMB. This money is called lucky money. The elder hopes the luck money can bless the kids have a lucky, happy new year.
4.In the past, like my parents, usually sent health products to the old as gifts. In their view, these products did good to people’s health. However, notion of health has undergone great changes. People start to recognize that most of these products exaggerated their pesticide effect and some of them even have many side effects. As a result, nowadays people send other kinds of things such as fruits, cookies or household appliances as gifts.
5.I would give presents to him/her when he she celebrate for birthdays or for some other important events. For example, when he/she graduates from university, I would send him/her a business suit as presents. You know, after graduation, he/she has to look for a job and take lots of interviews. A business suit is necessary for interviews, which might leave employers good impression of the interviewers.
6.It depends on who send me this expensive gift. If one of my friend, not a close friend, send me an expensive gift, I would feel a little bit nervous. And maybe later, I would send something back. However, if my parents send me a MacBook, I will not feel a great burden. You know, in Chinese cultural, how much expensive gifts you send depends on the relationship between you and the receiver. Too much or too less are both improper.

  篇二:


1.Is it good for children to take part in the teamwork?
2.Is a leader important for teamwork?
3.What are the disadvantages of teamwork?
4.Which one do you prefer, project-based teamwork or function based teamwork?
5.What is necessary for people to be good team members (not leader)?
Sample answers:
1.Yeah, I think so. Children cannot always work alone and many tasks and projects can only be accomplished through collective efforts. Also, in the future, no matter in their college life or in their career, they may be required to work in a team. But, the problem is that children tend to be more self-centered than adults and when they are very little kids, they usually do not know how to cooperate with others. So, if chances are provided, children should take part in the teamwork, trying to help each other, figure out solutions and improve their cooperation skills.
2.Yeah, of course. There should be someone to make final decisions and lead the team in the right directions. Although teamwork does have the advantages like less individual responsibility, less workload and so on, it does have the problems that some thoughts might conflict with others. The whole project may reach a plateau. If a leader is elected, he/she can make decision to take whose ideas, eliminating the conflicts.
3.In teamwork, it is hard to allocate the tasks equally to everyone. Some team members may feel unfair. For example, to writing a research paper, a team member may be responsible for collecting related information; another team member may be assigned to do some experiments. It is likely that collecting information is very difficult, while finishing the experiments is comparatively easier. So the one who searches for information may feel unfair.
4.I prefer function based teamwork. You know, in a function based team, everyone’s duty is clear-cut. Many redundancy can be reduced in this way. For example, in the app team, there might be 2 Android engineers, 2 IOS engineers, 1 project manager and 1 editor. According the titles of these positions, you can see that this is a function based team. I think less redundancy means higher working efficiency.
5.I think a good team member should have strong sense of responsibility. He or she has to make every efforts to accomplish his or her duties with high efficiency and quality. Thus, the leader doesn’t need to spend too much time on supervising his/her team members, taking more time to make important decisions and formulate blueprint for new projects. Thus, the whole team’s performance can be greatly enhanced.

  篇三:


1.What are the advantages of sharing?
2.How do parents teach their children to share with others?Why?
3.Should people share food in parties?Why?
4.Should people share transportation tools?
5.What methods should be taken to enable people to share their transportation tools in cities?
6.Would you mind sharing something in public places?
7.Do people share their houses/ homes?
8.If you have to share a room with others, do you think a clear rule is needed?
Sample answers:
1.Sharing will increase efficiencies and stimulate productivity. For example, what I want to do in the next working schedule is already accomplished by another employee in the other department. Under such circumstance, if the person is willing to share the documents with me, I would be able to directly edit the documents and add more contents based on the original ones.
2.Many methods can be adopted for parents to teach their kids to share with others. One most useful approach is by setting examples. Parents can share good news or things with their own friends, colleagues and other children, and their toddlers will imitate what they have seen and learn to share. Also, by tasting the sweetness of being appreciated, kids will form the habit of doing so.
3.Definitely yes, it is a necessity for people to share foods on the occasion of parties, because the practice allows them to associate, make new friends and get business done. It is awkward and abrupt to directly introduce oneself in front of a group of strangers, so food might be the appropriate conversation start. The question of “do you also want to have the biscuit?” will help establish a common ground and help strangers approach each other.
4.Of course, yes, it is beneficial for commuters to share one private car. It is especially environmentally friendly because there will be less cars with more people on the road, so traffic jams will be less severe and the exhaust emitted by waiting cars will be dramatically reduced. Besides, people in the same car could share what is happening recently and strengthen their bonds.

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