My Chinese name is Ma Jiantong it was given by my father ， meaning a health &strong body
I am a student major in science in No 2 senior school in Mu Danjiang which is famous in HLJ province
Just before a few days there are 5 people in my family ， but now， there only 4 . I would like to say it is really a typical chinese family ，namely my grandmother ，my parents and I . my grandmother was a worker is retired. My father is a middle school teacher and he has been teaching English for approximately 30 years . my mother was once a chemist ，is also retired and I am a senior high student preparing the college entrance examination . my grandfather just pasted away，I have a clear ，distinct memory of him .
1. There are a lot of ....;but g my favorite all the time .
2. I am really keen on...
3. I am passionate about.....
1. Well in general I would say that....
2. Well to be honest I would really to say tha....
3. Certainly I would defin...
S: 代表的是Supporting Ideas
S：支持观点，在这里要注意，我相信很多同学都会用观点来支持自己，但太过于白话文，大部分用例子来支撑，部分考生喜欢用For example，First , secondly, last but not the least来讲分论点，但这样给考官的感觉是在背作文，而不是真正的口语。在S这的观点一般是需要比较正式点的语言，每讲的一句话最好不少于5个单词以下，但最好不超过5句话。过渡词用什么好呢?最好用well , also , actually ,as a matter of fact , you know 等等词。
1.Well, I think it really depends.
不管是第一部分还是第三部分，考官的很多问题都很宽泛，不是一两句话能说得清楚的，所以大家可以用这样的句子开头，给自己一些思考的时间，也给自己的回答留下一些空间。比如，考官问：how often do you go to the cinema? 你可以说：well, I think it really depends. 考官问：who do you spend you weekends with? 你是不是也可以说：well, I think it really depends. 如果考官问：where do you usually go shopping? How many hours do you spend on TV everyday? At what time do you listen to music? 你不是都可以说：well, it really depends.
2.I don’t have a strong opinion about this. 或者
Well, I haven’t though about that before, but I think… 又或者
It’s really hard to say, but I guess …
考试的第三部分有很多问题都是非常抽象的，甚至你又一种无从回答的感觉，所以有一些很符合语言习惯的套话很重要。比如考官问你：do you think the newspaper or magazines will disappear in the future? 你可以做思考状，说：well, it’s really hard to say, but I guess. 如果他又问你：can you tell me the differences between the leisure activities nowadays and the leisure activities 20 years ago? 你是不是可以说：well，I don’t have a strong opinion about this, but I think … 当然，如果问你的是预测未来的话题，比如 what will the traffic be like in the future, say 20 years later? 你当然可以说：well, I haven’t thought about that before, but I think… 总之，这几句很万能，大家要牢记。
3.I’m really fond of …
I’m really into…
I have a great passion for …
大家在回答考官do you like … 这一类题型问题的时候，脱口而出的句子是I like it very much. 是不是觉得这样的句子有点太普通，太没感觉啦。所以，大家可以换一换，当然不需要太复杂，因为毕竟是口语表达，所以你可以说：I’m really fond of …或者I’m really into…, “really”一定要有，因为really这样的副词能很好的表达你的语气，提升语感，没发现老外动不动就是absolutely, definitely吗？如果你真的很喜欢某个事物，那你把I like it very much的那个very much念得再重也没用，你可以说wow, I have a great passion for that. 这样是不是好一点呢？所以，大家在表达喜好的时候这几个句子可以常用。
4.I guess this is probably because …
当你想说原因的时候，是不是发现because已经用了这么多遍？是不是发现this is due to又太书面化？还有the reason why也不够口语？I guess this is probably because …就是最佳选择。如果你常听英语交流，你会发现probably这个词是老外最爱使用的口头语，你在口语表达时多用一些会让语感好不少。当然，这些表示原因的表达要换着用才最好，能显示你语言的多样化。
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…?
6.“to be honest”
7.“on the other hand”
关于wedding的问题可以出现在雅思口语的任何一部分，在第一部分中，有过这样的考题，what’s the typical Chinese wedding like? What do people usually wear in the wedding?
Have you ever been to a wedding celebration?
What happens at a wedding celebration in China?
Do people eat, drink and dance at wedding celebrations in China?
Describe a wedding you attended.
You should say:
- whose wedding it was
- who was there
- where it was
and explain how you felt at this wedding
因为涉及到一个具体的婚礼的描述，这种细节的描述往往比表达一些观点显得难，，建议各位同学拿到话题之后的一分钟内，就马上开始根据wedding这个关键词做brain storming， 在脑海中可能会出现的词：flowers， red carpet，banquet dinner, wedding candies， bride and groom， exchange the rings， wedding vows…有了这些单词，接下来就是组织语言的工作了，事件题相当于是一篇口述的记叙文，各位考生可以把记叙文的六大要素(when， who， where， beginning， plot， ending)融入进去，并且可以在其中点出自己最难忘的一个场景作为细节highlight。
例如：I think the most romantic part was the time when the newlyweds were taking the wedding vows. The groom said to the bride， “I love three things in the world， the sun， the moon and you， the sun for the day， the moon for the night and you forever.” And the bride said to the groom， “To the world， you might be just one person， but to me， you are my whole world.” Those words touched everybody’s heart.
Ok, well I've actually been to quite a few weddings, because I'm now at the age when a lot of my friends are starting to get married, so it was kind of difficult choosing which one to describe, but I guess probably the easiest for me to talk about would be the most recent one I went to, which was that of a neighbour of mine.
Also, what I should probably make clear to you first, though, is that weddings here in China tend to just involve the wedding reception, as you may know, without the signing of marriage documents, which is usually done in private several months before the wedding, so it's just the reception which I'm gonna talk about.
And, as for who was there, well, I couldn't tell you everyone, because there were absolutely loads of people, you know, the hall was pretty packed, so my guess would be that there were probably something like 250 to 300 guests, and if I'm not mistaken, it seemed to be that the majority were friends and relatives of the bride and groom, although I also noticed that they had invited quite a few of their colleagues from work as well, because one of them, who I think was her boss, went up on stage to make a speech at some point.
Anyway, with regard to where the wedding was held, well, it was actually in a small city called Zhuji, which is about an hour's drive just to the south east of Hangzhou, because that's where the bride comes from, and the reception itself was held in quite a nice-looking hotel, which was easy to spot because it was about 10 times higher than all the buildings around it!
So regarding how I felt at the wedding, well, to put it simply, it was a really wonderful wedding, and there were some parts of it that moved me quite a lot, such as when the bride broke down in tears when she was on stage thanking her parents for all the support they had given her. It was also really clear to see how much the bride and groom loved each other, as they couldn't take their eyes off each other the whole evening, so I was really happy for them and was glad that I made it to their wedding.
That's pretty much it, I think, so thanks a lot for listening.
Part 3 关于Wedding的问题也可以有很多，抓住中国现在这种中西结合婚礼的特点来讲，就不会有什么了。
Why do many people spend a lot of money on wedding celebrations?
Why do you think people spend a lot of money on their wedding?
Which would you prefer, a modern-style wedding or a traditional-style wedding? Why?
Do you know of any differences between weddings in China and those in the West?