1. This is a tough question. I have never heard about it, nor have I ever read about it (倒装句丰富句型).
2. Give me a few seconds for me to search every piece of information in my head now.
3. It is an abstract question. I know little about it.
4. Are you asking me something about+你重复一下句子中的关键词…?
5. Have I given enough information? It would be great if you could give me more.
6. Am I making myself clear?
7. Now you want me to talk about it. But I don't have too much to say.
8. Give me a few seconds for me to organize my thought a little bit.
6.“to be honest”
7.“on the other hand”
“as a matter of fact”等等，这些表达也叫discourse marker (语篇标记)，也就是并不改变句子本质意思的语言填充物。这样的表达也是我们雅思官方评分标准里面有明确要求的。它们可以帮助我们争取思考的时间。
1) 场景一，当你没有听懂时，可用：Could you please paraphrase (转述)that question/topic?/I’m not exactly sure what you mean +某一个生词…或者当你听到这个词不是很确定其意思的时候也可以用。
I’m not exactly sure how to answer that question, but perhaps+加点你知道的一点皮毛，或是你听别人说的而已
That’s rather difficult question, but I wonder if could give me more information about that.
I’m sorry, but I don’t know much about…
1.That’s difficult to answer, but (maybe)…
2.I’m sorry, but I don’t know much about…but perhaps…
3.Maybe I can answer your question by telling you about a personal experience I had.
4.That’s an interesting question…let me see. Well, I suppose that…
5.Yes, that’s a big issue.
1.In other words, I am…
2.And that means…
3.Let me put it another way,…
4.What I’m suggesting is…
5.All I’m trying to say is…
6.What I’m getting at is…
7.If I can rephrase that…
8.Perhaps I should make that clearer by saying…
9.Perhaps it would be more accurate to say…
10.The point I’m making is that…
1.Have I given you enough information?
2.Would you like me to tell you more about…?
3.Is that all you’d like to know?
1.I’m afraid that’s about as much as I know.
2.I think that’s all.
3.I can’t think of anything else right now…
4.Is there anything else you wish to know?
1.Describe a sport you are good at: Tennis
I would like to talk about tennis,which is my best love among all the popular sports. Tennis is popular all over the world,especially loved by teenagers. There is a comic book named,Prince of Tennis,illustrated by a Japanese artist. The spread of this book made tennis more popular.
The spirit of tennis is practice makes perfect,and we should never give up. When I was in sixth grade,I began to learn how to play tennis because I was a fan of the comic book. When I play tennis,I will devote myself to it. I have entered for many tennis competitions. I like winning so the procedure seems exciting. At that time,I was not good at sports. But after playing tennis,my PE grades became the best in my class.
Because of tennis,I learned that I should never give up when I face difficulties. I still have lots more to work on. Tennis is my favorite outdoor sport.
I recently watched a movie called Starstruck,which was a Disney movie,talking about how a famous pop star,Christopher,fell in love with an ordinary girl,Jessica. The movie was filmed in Los Angeles and was on in February 2010,not too old.
I chose it because of the ranking,but when I actually watched it,I realized that it was a teen’s movie. However,I didn’t regret watching it because I think I learned something from the movie. It is interesting because it sees celebrity life from another angle and tells us that we are blessed to be common people because there is more freedom for us to enjoy. In the film,it shows us how hard it might be when a person can’t make his own choices and decisions. At that point,material wealth will not matter to them because they can’t live their life the way they really want to.
It helped me to reflect on my own life. Now I see I should just enjoy my life because everyone has the right to enjoy his or her life no matter who he or she is.
3. A traditional story :Chang’e and Houyi
Chang'e is the Chinese goddess of the moon. The lunar exploration-orbiting spacecraft Chang'e 1 is named after her.
According to legend,Chang'e and her husband Houyi were immortals living in heaven. One day,the ten sons of the Jade Emperor transformed into ten suns,causing the earth to scorch. Having failed to order his sons to stop ruining the earth,the Jade Emperor summoned Houyi for help. Houyi,using his legendary archery skills,shot down nine of the sons,but spared one son to be the sun. The Jade Emperor was obviously not pleased with Houyi's solution to save the earth: nine of his sons were dead. As punishment,the Jade Emperor banished Houyi and Chang'e to live as mere mortals on earth.
Seeing that Chang'e felt extremely miserable over her loss of immortality,Houyi decided to journey on a long,perilous quest to find the pill of immortality so that the couple could be immortals again. At the end of his quest he met the Queen Mother of the West who agreed to give him the pill,but warned him that each person would only need half the pill tobecome immortal.
Houyi brought the pill home and stored it in a case. He warned Chang'e not to open the case and then left home for a while. Chang'e became too curious: she opened up the case and found the pill just as Houyi was returning home. She either accidentally or purposely swallowed the pill. She started to float into the sky because of the overdose. Chang'e kept on floating until she landed on the moon.
While she became lonely on the moon without her husband,she did have company，a jade rabbit.