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雅思口语考官音频及范文限额免费领取
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今天启德考培小编给大家分享雅思口语考官音频及范文限额免费领取,希望对参加考试的考生有所帮助。

  经历过雅思考试的童鞋,口语部分肯定是令大家最头疼的部分。根据2017年雅思白皮书的报告:

  中国大陆地区雅思考生在2012年-2016年的5年间虽在各项英语技能上均有小幅提升。但是我们可以看到:

  学术类考生听力成绩提升较明显(提升了一个分数梯队),而口语成绩提升最小;培训类考生的写作成绩提升了一个分数梯队,但口语成绩不升反降。在四门科目中,口语成为了考生最薄弱的部分。

  可能你会说,在雅思口语备考的过程中,自己也试了很多办法,跟读、和同伴英语交流、听地道音频,自己练习并录音…但是即使这样,和雅思口语考官面对面交流时,自己依然一脸懵圈。

  启德考培小编现在决定给我们介绍一个新方法

  听雅思口语考官独家音频

  为了帮助大家应对新一季的雅思换题,启德考培特邀雅思考官,亲自录制9到12月雅思口语所有问题的答案,并撰写参考答案文本。音频中主要包括事件类、人物类、地点类、物品类四大话题、12个高频考点。

  下面我们来为大家带来第一个高频考点:A new language。

  Talk about a new language you would like to learn.

  You should say:

  what it is and how you plan to learn it

  where it is spoken

  how it will help you

  This summer I went to Japan so I would like to learn Japanese. The reason for this is that I really love watching anime movies and reading manga comics. I would love to be able to read them in Japanese and not have to bother with the Chinese translations. In fact, I am seriously considering applying to a Japanese university to study the language there.

  As yet, I do not have any useful ideas about the academic system in Japan or of the university course that I could apply for. So maybe my idea is just a pipe dream. But I have downloaded some language apps onto my phone and have started to learn some basic words. Actually I was quite surprised to find that I recognised a lot of the Japanese characters. They are called kana or kanji, I think, and are actually simplified Chinese characters used as a phonetic script.

  That was sort of mind-blowing for me because I had never thought about it before. But of course, if I had paid attention to history I would know that the history of China and Japan have been intermingled for centuries. Once I had found that out I found that I could increase my Japanese vocabulary a little bit,step by step. Of course, I am also learning English which is at the forefront of my studies. So I cannot allocate too much time to learning Japanese.

  Nevertheless, I will still continue to be fascinated by Japanese culture, some of it is so weird I can’t understand where they are coming from, which is why I want to learn the language to try to get inside their heads. Walking around the streets of Tokyo and Osaka was amazing and I felt right at home there, so maybe I have someaffinity with the country. I came back from Japan with a suitcase full of comics and videos so when I have some time on my hands I can settle down and try to make sense of them. Who knows, maybe one day, I will become good enough to go to university there. Of course, I’ll probably have to convince my mum that it’s a great idea and that will be my hardest test.

  2 minutes and 6 seconds.

  Vocabulary.

  Pipe dream: Idiom. A dream or idea that is impossible to accomplish. Many say that achieving world peace is a pipe dream because human beings are so flawed in their logic and emotions.

  Mind-blowing: Adjective. overwhelming; astounding: a mind-blowing experience.

  Intermingled: Adjective. To mix or become mixed together.

  Step by step: Idiom. Slowly, carefully, and deliberately; without being careless or in a rush. It is entirely possible for this project to succeed; we just need to proceed step by step.

  Coming from: Phrasal verb. where someone is coming from. INFORMAL the ideas, intentions, or feelings that make someone say a particular thing or behave in a particular way.

  Inside their heads: get into (one's) head. To begin to understand how one thinks.You need to get into the criminal's way in order to find a way to stop him.

  At home: Idiom. Very comfortable or proficient in a particular area. My mother is at home in the kitchen and can make just about any dish.

  Affinity (for something): Idiom. a strong preference for something; a strong liking for something. Mary's affinity for classical music accounts for her large collection of recordings.

  Time on my hands: Idiom. A period of time that is not already designated for some activity or use; free time. I have some time on my hands this weekend, so I can finally take a look at your car.

  Settle down: Phrasal verb. to make yourself comfortable in a place, especially in order to do something that will take a lot of time or effort. I settled down in front of the television for the evening.

  Make sense: Idiom. to be understandable. John doesn't make sense. What John says makes sense to me.

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