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雅思考试每年每月都在进行,大家都做好准备了吗?每年考雅思的人都很多,小编以前认为雅思很难,事实上难度确实挺大的,特别是雅思口语,我们都知道在平时英语学习中,尽管自己的英语成绩很高,但是英语口语还是薄弱的,英语成绩和英语口语并不成正比。怎么样才能让雅思口语成绩高一些?一些必备雅思口语模板句型还是很有必要的,大家不知道怎么复习,复习的范围太大,可以看一些最近的雅思口语话题,缩小范围去准备,相信大家一定可以!下面我们一起来看看最新的雅思口语话题范文吧。

一、 最新雅思口语话题题库范文

题目:

1.Do you usually make your friends laugh?

2.Are you the kind of person who makes people laugh?

3.Do you like to watch movies or TV shows that make people laugh?

4.Do you think it is important to laugh with friends?

范文:

1.Do you usually make your friends laugh?

I believe so. Being an optimist is my life motto so I always look on the bright side of everything. So, when my friends are in trouble, I try to use my sense of humor to relieve their pressure by making them laugh with a few jokes. And whenever there’s a family event or a gathering of friends, I always tell jokes to break the ice at the beginning to make them laugh too.

2.Are you the kind of person who makes people laugh?

You should probably ask my friends! I guess I am. Frankly speaking, I’m really into reading jokes. I mean, when I have time, I read funny stories and try to remember them so that I can tell my friends all the interesting details. When my friends laugh at the jokes, I have an intense feeling of accomplishment.

3.Do you like to watch movies or TV shows that make people laugh?

Definitely, yes! Who doesn't? Spending leisure time in front of a screen is all about relaxing ourselves and having fun, so when I have the chance to choose a film or a TV show, I select ones that can make me feel joyful. Although tragedies and documentaries can make people think, I still prefer comedies.

4.Do you think it is important to laugh with friends?

Well, this is a really interesting question. I do believe that laughing with my close friends is really important because when everyone’s laughing together, it means you’re having great fun and sharing a lot in common. They’re extremely precious moments. I reckon that a friendship can be greatly enhanced with sincere laughter.

题目:

1.Is there good scenery in cities?

2.Do you like to take pictures of good scenery with your smart phone? Why?

3.Is there good scenery in your hometown?

4.When you travel, do you like to live in hotels with scenic views?

范文:

1.Is there good scenery in cities?

Yes, definitely. As I’ve mentioned before, lots of gardens and parks have been built in my city and I think this might be the trend for all cities. Considering that many people working in offices rarely have time to enjoy good landscapes in the suburbs, the government has attached great importance to creating nice natural scenery just inside cities. So, an increasing number of parks have been created in recent years in cities.

2.Do you like to take pictures of good scenery with your smart phone? Why?

Well, actually I’m really enthusiastic about taking pictures, but when it comes to scenery, I think a professional camera would be a better choice. I don’t think smart phones have the ability to truly record the beauty of nature. However, if a camera isn’t affordable, smart phones can also get the job done.

3.Is there good scenery in your hometown?

I suppose so. We’ve got nice parks in the city, including a botanic garden, where you can find amazing natural beauty. Apart from that, a 20-minute drive takes you to our nearest suburb, where there’s a small mountain with a winding river. And if you’re a fan of pretty beaches, an hour’s drive will give you just that, with a view of the dazzling sand.

4.When you travel, do you like to live in hotels with scenic views?

I believe most people prefer to have accommodation with nice views and I’m, of course, no exception. You know, traveling can be exhausting sometimes, so when I get back to the hotel, a really stunning view through the window or balcony would probably relieve my tiredness and restore my energy. And for sure, waking up with a gorgeous view outside is one of the best things about a trip.

二、最新雅思口语话题

2020年1-4月雅思口语高频新话题

Describe a team where you were a member

Describe a family member you spend most time with

Describe an ideal house or apartment you would like to live

Describe a change that can improve your local area

Describe a time you saw an interesting animal

Describe sth you bought that was difficult to use

Describe a job you would not like to do in the future

Describe a successful small company you know

Describe an occasion when you could not use your mobile phone

Describe an occasion when weather prevented your activity

下面为大家详细分类Part 2

People 人物

1. Describe a person who is often in the news, and who you would like to meet.【老题回库】

2. Describe a family member you spend the most time with.【老题回库】

3. Describe a person who taught you something important.

4. Describe a member in a team.

1. Describe a person who is often in the news, and who you would like to meet.【老题回库】

You should say:

who this person is

how you know him/her

why he/she is often in the news

and explain why you would like to meet him/her.

Part 3 Questions

Do you think the contents in the newspapers are reliable?

What kinds of celebrities that are always on the news?

Do you think it’s necessary for people to watch foreign news?Why?

Do you like reading news?

would foreigners appears in Chinese news?

What are the differences between news in the past and news now?

How does dances (or drama plays) influence children?

What kinds of news do old people like?

How does the way people receive news differ from 20 years ago?

三、雅思口语万能模板

Confirmation Questions

Good morning/afternoon. How are you?

Morning/afternoon. Fine, thank!

How do you do?

How do you do?

Hi, good to meet you.

Good to meet you too.

Hi, how are you doing?

Not too bad. And you?

1.Can I see your ID card please?

Sure, here you are.

2.Could you tell me your full name please?

My full name is ……. But you can call me ….

3. And what shall I call you?

Most people call me …...

Hometown Questions

4. Whereabouts is your hometown?

Xian is located in Shanxi province, which is in central China.

5. Let's talk about your hometown or village. What kind of place is it?

My hometown is a small place, just outside of Beijing. It takes about an hour to reach/get to there. The people there are mostly farmers, but a lot of the young people work in Beijing. It's a quiet place and I like it.

6. Could you tell me something about your hometown?

a. Well, it's quite big and it's the capital of Shanxi province. The population's about 6 million and it's famous for its historic sites, especially for the Terracotta Warriors. Xi' an used to be the capital of China, and it's the beginning of the famous Silk Road.

b. Okay. Well, my hometown is Beijing and I live just outside of it near the 4th ring road. As you probably know, Beijing's the political and cultural center of China, and it's quite a historical place as well. It's huge-about 12 or 13 million people live in it now-and it seems to be getting bigger every year.

7. What kind of landscape surrounds your hometown?

a. Harbin's right near the Song Hua Jiang River and it's kind of in a flat area, with mountains in the distance.

b. Indio's a coastal city near the sea, so the main landscapes are the beaches and bays. There are also some nice hills nearby.

8. What are the main tourist attractions in your hometown?

There's the Great Wall and the Forbidden City. These are the two that are most well known. They are also symbols of China. They attract most visitors, but there are quite a lot of other famous sites as well.

9. What are the people like in your hometown?

They're usually very friendly, but a bit conservative. People still hold onto a lot of old customs and traditions, which is what I mean by conservative. But I think people there are very hospitable and kind. If you ask someone for directions, they'll always try to help you out, or find someone else who can.

10. What places in your hometown do you like best and tell me why?

I like the Temple of Heaven best because it's very beautiful. It has a lot of space and there are lots of really nice and old trees there. In the early morning, it's very peaceful. The older people practice their Tai-ji, while the younger children just run around and play. I like it there a lot.

11. What places in your hometown might a visitor be interested to visit, and tell me why?

I'd recommend the Great Wall, Summer Palace, and the Forbidden City. Those are the most famous places in the city, and I think they best represent Beijing.

12. Do you like your hometown, and tell me why or why not?

a. Yes. Although it may not have as many opportunities, I think my hometown is a warmhearted place and the people are not as selfish as they are in some of the bigger cities.

b. To be frank, I don't really like my hometown that much. I mean, perhaps there are many people who are happy to live there, but I find that the pollution problem is just too bad, and to me it doesn't seem like a good place to raise a family.

13. Do you think your hometown is a good place for a young person to live?

a. Yes I do, because it's got a lot of opportunities and the entertainment facilities are quite good. You can get a decent job here

if you have some skills, and you can make a lot of good friends if you have a good personality.

b. No, I think if you're young you'd be better off going to a bigger city with more opportunities. I think my hometown is more suitable for an older crowd, who enjoy a more peaceful life. Younger people get bored with the way things are here.

14. What are the advantages and disadvantages of living in your hometown?

I think the biggest advantage is that it's a place where you can find a good job with a good salary, if you try very hard. Also, the people are quite kind and generous. The main disadvantages are the traffic and pollution problems. If you stay in my hometown you will know that these are the two things that everyone here hates the most.

Weather Questions

15. What is the climate like in your hometown?

It's generally very hot in the summer, like about 40 degrees Celsius. In the winter, it's cold about minus 14 degrees Celsius. The spring and autumn are both mild and pleasant, with temperatures ranging from around 12 to 25 degrees Celsius. Oh, and summertime is extremely humid as well..

There are four seasons. Winter is cold and snowy; spring is short and rainy; summer is hot and humid; and autumn is beautiful.

16. What is the weather like in Beijing?

In general, it's pretty dry. Winters are a bit cold. They are dry and windy, with a bit of snow. Spring is short and a bit windy. Summers are hot and a bit more humid, and temperatures can go as high as 30 degrees, so it can be kind of uncomfortable in the summer unless you have air conditioning. Fall is probably the best season-it's very comfortable-not windy, and not too cold or hot like the other seasons.

17. How would you compare the climate in your hometown with other cities?

Well there are definitely places that have a milder climate. My hometown's weather is a little bit uncomfortable for some people in the summer and winter. There are places where the weather is quite stable all year round. On the other hand, there are some places where the weather's even worse, like in Daqing.

18. What're the advantages and disadvantages of the weather in your hometown?

Advantages and disadvantages? That's a difficult question to answer, let me think for a second. Well, I guess the main advantage is that its dry, so we don't have to worry about too much rain, and the winters are not too cold like in some other places in northern China. The disadvantage is that it can get windy here, and when there is a sandstorm, well, that can be terrible to put up with.

19. What's your favorite weather in your hometown?

Actually, I've never thought about that. I guess it would have to be a sunny but not too hot day. It would be just a bit hot, like the kind of weather we get here in Beijing during autumn.

Food questions

20. What kind of food and dishes do people eat in your hometown?

Most people in Changsha like spicy dishes because it's quite hot and humid there, so we need to eat a lot of chilies to help us adapt to the weather. Many people say that in all of China people in Changsha eat the spiciest food.

21. What is the main food in China?

Well, I'd say it's rice, but I think there are areas where rice is not that important. Each major area in China might eat rice in different quantities, but I think its still the biggest food and probably will always be the top one.

22. In what ways has the diet of people in your country been changing?

Well, we tend to eat more convenience foods now, especially fast food from restaurants like McDonalds and Chinese fast food places. Also, I'd guess we are now eating a lot of dishes regularly that we thought were big luxuries about 20 years ago.

23. How has your diet changed?

I don't think it has changed that much. I still eat the same things as I ate when I was a child. I guess the main change is that I have more time and money to go out for dinner.

Festival Questions

24. Tell me what's the biggest traditional festival in your country.

Definitely the Spring Festival. I suppose it's somewhat like Christmas is in western countries. Spring Festival is the only time when all families gather together and stores and business are closed for several days.

25. What do you do during the Spring Festival?

I usually go back to my hometown and spend a week in my parents' home. We eat delicious food, visit family and friends, and watch TV. I also like to try and contact my high school friends and see how they're doing and what they're up to. We give each other presents and we buy ourselves new clothes to wear for the New Year.

26. Can you describe one of the main festivals celebrated in your country?

National Day, which is on October 1st, is a big holiday. We get three days off and there are a lot of fireworks displays. There are large flower pictures and other types of flowers decorating the city, and some of the larger cities hold parades.

Changes Questions

27. What changes have taken place in your hometown in the last 20 years?

Well, I'm pretty young, but may parents always complain that my hometown's traffic is much worse, and they say that prices are a lot higher. But I think on the positive side, life is better, houses are in better condition and there are much better shops and cleaner conditions in the restaurants.

28. Has your life changed in the last 10 years, and if so, in what ways?

I think my life has changed. It's a bit more comfortable than it used to be, because my parents have more money than they used to have. I think I am a bit more responsible than I used to be, and am not quite as carefree.

29. Is there anything you'd like to change in your life?

Yes, my dependence upon my parents. Right now I'm quite dependent on them for money, so I hope I can be more independent in the future and one day be able to support them instead of their always supporting me.

30. How different is your life from the lives of your parents?

It's very different. I have had many more opportunities and a much more comfortable life than they had. I remember my father telling me stories about having just one egg to eat each week, and that was the highlight of his week. I can't really imagine life like that, so I'm grateful that I have a better life than my parents dig. I appreciate their hard work to get us to this point in our lives.

31. Has tourism changed China very much?

Yes, very much in the last 10 years. Each year we are getting more tourists coming to China since the open door policy. People see more foreigners, and are used to the sight of them now. China is becoming more cosmopolitan, and people are getting to know more about the outside world.

32. Has the transport changed over the past 20 years in China?

Yes, a lot. We used to have very few bus lines years ago. Most people would use their bikes to get to and from places in the city. But now in big cities there are more bus lines, so it's a lot more convenient. Some cities also have subway lines, and that makes things faster. There are also more taxis in cities, and more people are using them as a mode of transportation.

Travels and Holiday Questions

33. Do you enjoy traveling?

Yes, very much. I've been to most of the major cities in China, and I've also traveled to Thailand and Singapore. I think the more I travel, the more I want to travel. I just like seeing how other people live, and it's really amazing to learn about different cu1tures-much more exciting than just reading about them in a textbook.

34. What do you usually do in your holidays?

During my holiday, I try to catch up with friends and go out together somewhere. That's the only time I can relax and do something I enjoy. Other than that, it's really difficult because I am always busy with my work, and sometimes I have to work overtime.

35. Is there anywhere you would particularly like to visit on your holidays? Where and why?

Yeah, I guess the best places to me are beaches. You see, I really like beaches because I just like watching the water come in and I love riding up and down the waves as they come into the shore. So places like Qingdao and Dalian are great places to me.

Yes, I'd love to visit Xinjiang if I have a chance. Xinjiang is in the western part of China. The people there are mostly minorities, and I've seen the landscape in some pictures. It's incredible. If I travel to Xinjiang, I'll take a train so that I can see the landscape throughout the journey.

36. Let's talk a little about traveling and transport. For a long trip, how do you prefer to travel?

In my country, if it's a long trip, I prefer taking a train. Not only is it more economical, but also the time has shortened tremendously in the past few years. Air travel is more expensive, and I don't think its worth the extra cost.

Transportation Questions

37. Which type of transportation do you usually use in your hometown?

I use the bicycle. It's fast and cheap and I can always trust it to get me places in the same amount of time.

38. Which type of transportation do you prefer for traveling around?

Trains are better because they don't encounter any traffic jams, whereas sometimes in the bus, we get struck in traffic. Also, it is always difficult to get on buses during peak hours, whereas with a train you have a better chance of getting a seat during peak hours.

39. What's the traffic situation like in your hometown?

It's quite bad now, and I think it's getting more and more serious. The big problems are too many cars and not enough space. I think that building more roads sometimes just adds to the problem because people just buy more cars.

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