2021一月至三月雅思口语题库 雅思口语预约流程

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今年最新的各个月份的雅思口语考试安排时间已经公布出来啦,建议后面四月份及以后的考生们利用好往年的口语话题进行训练,这样能很直观地参与到雅思口语中,下面小编就给大家总结2021一月至三月雅思口语题库的内容,大家在备考的时候可以联系一下,寻找口语考试的一些规律哦。雅思口语考试时间是可以约定的,那么雅思口语时间预定如何操作的呢?小编下面总结一些很容易理解的雅思口语约定流程,来看看吧。

一、2021一月至三月雅思口语题库

Describe a person who offered help on your study or work.

You should say:

Who he or she is

When and where he or she helped you

How he or she helped you

And explain how you felt about his or her help

Her name is Samantha, and she was my coworker for almost two years when I was working at my previous company. I think that Samantha is one of the most warmhearted people I have ever met. I couldn’t survive those crises without her. Even though I am calling Samantha as my coworker in a more general sense, she was actually more like a mentor to me since she was way more senior to me, not only in terms of age but also considering her experience. But, neither of her age nor her experience prevented her to take me under her assuring wings to train me. Samantha taught me many things at work, including the tricks to identifying rising business opportunities and building long term business relationship with clients. But what has helped me the most, in the long run, was her tips on becoming a good and confident communicator under any circumstances. Well, I feel like, with the help of Samantha, I have managed to rediscover my skills and abilities. Besides, the confidence, which I received from Samantha, has made me become a better and more efficient person, not only in my professional life but also in my personal life. I mean, for an introverted person like me, managing to talk confidently with some of the finest and brilliant business minds in the industry is no small feat by any means.

闪光表达

in a more general sense 在一般情况下

no small feat 不小的成就

by any means 无论如何

Part 3

1. Do you like helping others?

Yeah, I like it. Helping others is my innate nature. It is part of the fabric of who I am. I think it has a lot to do with how I was raised. My mother always volunteered her time to local causes and feeding the homeless. I was brought up with this value at the beginning, and it has been a rewarding part of my life ever since. Helping someone out can make me feel rewarded and fulfilled. Helping others also gives me perspectives on my own situation and teaches me to be appreciative of what I have.

2. In your view, should children be taught to help others?

I think they should be taught to help others. But being taught is not enough. Parents should create an environment where helping others feels good. Teaching is equated with telling, training, giving information. Learning happens best through discovery. One way to create that environment is for parents to invite kids to join them in doing kindness for others. Like, feed homeless dogs, help neighbors with their lawns. Focus both on the teaching of kindness and the child’s experience. If the child isn’t enjoying it, then helping won’t feel rewarding. It will feel like a forced duty.

3. How can we encourage children to help others?

One of the best ways to do this is by getting children involved in the neighborhood. Helping people children see regularly will help them form a sense of community and to see how being helpful affects other people. Encourage children to run errands or perform household chores for elderly neighbors. If the children are young, it can be something as simple as checking their mail. For older children, they can take part in more intensive tasks like yard work.

4. Do you think people are less willing to help others these days compared to the past?

Yeah, I think so. Modern people show an unwillingness to lend a helping hand to their surrounding needy people. In the past, people helped others out of goodwill and intention and were often considerate and thoughtful of others’ benefits. Yet, nowadays, assistance is carefully calculated to extract certain benefits, people tend to alienate themselves from others, let alone help them. However, it is good news to see many others are still pretty eager and try to be helpful when there is someone calling for them.

5. Do people today trust others as much as they used to in the past?

I think many people have trust issues today. It becomes more and more difficult to remain vulnerable, trusting and open to life. Today's work environment has become more competitive. People may often get stabbed in the back or lied to by people who seemed harmless initially, then it can be difficult for people to trust others again. And now there are a lot of scams on the Internet. People often get deceived.

6. How do people in your community help each other?

People in my community help each other by offering volunteer services. Like, take care of the pets of the neighbors when they have to work extra hours, keep an eye on the neighbor’s house when they are away on a trip, ask the neighbors whether they need anything before a convenience store run. These things may seem simple, but they are very important to others.

7. How do students, such as high-school students, help each other?

Students usually helpeach other with homework or help each other review final exams. Back in high school, I was pretty bad at math and I failed a bunch of times. So, I asked one of my classmates to tutor me. She actually enjoyed helping me with my study, and she said it also helped her review course materials. It was a win-win. I mean, students can save a lot of money by doing this, because they don't have to pay for extra classes on weekends.

闪光表达

runerrands 跑腿,打杂

have trustissues 有信任问题

a sense ofcommunity 社区感

aconvenience store run 去便利店买东西(跑腿)

Describe a person who offered help on your study or work.

You should say:

Who he or she is

When and where he or she helped you

How he or she helped you

And explain how you felt about his or her help

Her name is Samantha, and she was my coworker for almost two years when I was working at my previous company. I think that Samantha is one of the most warmhearted people I have ever met. I couldn’t survive those crises without her. Even though I am calling Samantha as my coworker in a more general sense, she was actually more like a mentor to me since she was way more senior to me, not only in terms of age but also considering her experience. But, neither of her age nor her experience prevented her to take me under her assuring wings to train me. Samantha taught me many things at work, including the tricks to identifying rising business opportunities and building long term business relationship with clients. But what has helped me the most, in the long run, was her tips on becoming a good and confident communicator under any circumstances. Well, I feel like, with the help of Samantha, I have managed to rediscover my skills and abilities. Besides, the confidence, which I received from Samantha, has made me become a better and more efficient person, not only in my professional life but also in my personal life. I mean, for an introverted person like me, managing to talk confidently with some of the finest and brilliant business minds in the industry is no small feat by any means.

闪光表达

in a more general sense 在一般情况下

no small feat 不小的成就

by any means 无论如何

Part 3

1. Do you like helping others?

Yeah, I like it. Helping others is my innate nature. It is part of the fabric of who I am. I think it has a lot to do with how I was raised. My mother always volunteered her time to local causes and feeding the homeless. I was brought up with this value at the beginning, and it has been a rewarding part of my life ever since. Helping someone out can make me feel rewarded and fulfilled. Helping others also gives me perspectives on my own situation and teaches me to be appreciative of what I have.

二、雅思口语预约流程

口语考试可能安排在笔试前一周至笔试后一周的任意一天。口语考试预订于每场考试报名截止日期前2天开放,同报名截止时间结束。这2天预订时段中,英国文化教育协会将根据考务安排在各个雅思考点开放口语日期,供您根据个人需求登录报名网站在可供选择的日期预订上/下午时间段。英国文化教育协会将尽量根据您的意愿进行口试日期及时间安排。如果您放弃预订、错过预订时间或者无法在线预订,系统将稍后自动做出口试安排。您最终的口试安排将显示在准考证上, 且不能按照您的要求进行更改。

三、雅思口语发音技巧

1. Listen to yourself.

如果你听不到自己的发音问题,要纠正就很难了。试着把你讲的话录下来并和英语为母语人士讲的话对比一下。应对雅思口语非常有效。

2. Slow down!

很多英语学习者常说语速太快容易养成他们的坏习惯。由于太快而模糊不清是口语考试的大忌。所以我们要accuracy 然后才是fluency,每天操练一些基本语言以单音节开始,然后单词,把几个词连在一起,组成句子。这样你就能慢慢开始表达自己的思想了。

3. Picture it…

闭上你的眼睛并在说出口之前想一想怎样发这个音。想象出口型和脸部动作。这个可以配合看电影来做,留意Hollywood的明星是怎么样一字一句的说出那些令人神魂颠倒的话语的。

4. Get physical!

发音是个形体动作。要学会嘴巴的发声方法和移动肌肉的方式。每天集中训练几个音。你发this, thank, they,和little, wool等单词困难吗?试试发‘th’,将你的舌头放在齿间(不要咬住)并从口中吐气。感受气流从你的舌间吹过。

5. Watch yourself.

站在镜子前查看当你发某些固定音时的嘴型,唇型和舌头的位置。和你看到的native speaker  的发音对比!平时还可以把自己的发音模样录成video,仔细观察比较。

6.Copy the experts.

绝对没有取代从专家-英语母语人士处学习发音的方式。因此仔细听!听英语广播节目并看英语的电视节目和电影。尽量不要念字幕!模仿你所听到的-就算你还不肯定他们说的话。

7. Practice makes perfect.

发音的问题迟迟不能解决就是因为我们害怕犯错。-第一次见面,在饭店点菜,询问方向-然后你自己表演出对话内容。别害羞!启德雅思每周都举行免费的口语练习,不少同学来到广州图书馆practice,特别是考前的机经特训,对真题的模拟大有裨益。

8. Find a language buddy.

从其他人处获得反馈是非常重要的。找一个对提高英语水平同样感兴趣的朋友。试着更换录音资料这样你就可以互相听对方的发音。记住录完要重新听听,找出错误和闪光点啊。

四、怎样提高雅思口语

雅思口语的备考期间学习往年的口语题库是很重要的哦,大家可以结合学习软件进行学习。分享一下我在用的app:口语侠,可以随时和世界各地的Native Speaker进行一对一的口语对练,里面有很多专业的雅思外教可以选择,而且还有前雅思高级考官,强烈建议考试前跟雅思考官模拟测试一下。这个软件用起来就跟打微信语音/视频电话一样,质量很清晰。这个是最让我感到意外且性价比超级高的一个APP了。我长期练习的一个外教陪练是英国的Leila,她不仅口音纯正,而且人超级nice,她本人还是一个摄影师,我也经常跟她交流摄影方面的技巧。

下载注册口语侠app后,一定要输入我的推荐码:ZXN0GT,可以免费获得10分钟的练习时长。

大家在跟外国人练习雅思口语的时候,我有2个建议:1是提前准备一个话题,带着话题去跟他们练习能让你学到很多地道的表达;2.是不一定非要选择欧美的老外,像有些南非、菲律宾的也很专业,练习口语也不错。

上面的内容就是关于2021一月至三月雅思口语题库以及雅思口语预约流程的回答,通过上面的内容我们可以学习到的是了解了今年最新的几个月份的雅思口语考试话题,这样我们更加能把握今年考试的一些方向和技巧了,雅思口语考试中有一个很重要的评分标准项就是发音部分,上面的技巧希望可以帮助到你。


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