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2020年雅思口语新题+高频话题(五)

2020-02-28 16:04:53来源:雅思考试网分享
导读:2020年雅思口语新题都有什么?来看雅思口语1月新题回忆!这次更换的题目很多都是之前的旧题变体,大家可以结合语料库找到相应雅思口语话题进行语料复习。

相信正在备考雅思的同学对2020年1-4月雅思口语高频新话题都很感兴趣,也希望自己在即将到来的考试中取得好成绩,虽然疫情影响中国区的部分考试时间,但整体变化不会太大,大家不要放松警惕,趁此机会多抓一些热点新题。坦途网雅思考试频道有很多相关的内容,可以看一看~

雅思口语高频:Reading and children

在雅思口语Part 3中,考官会根据考生的能力不同选择不同难度的考题。

如果雅思考生觉得自己被提问到比较抽象不好回答的问题,不要恼火。这只能证明你在前两个part中表现的很好。接下来给大家准备了两套不同难度的雅思口语part3答案素材。 同学们在回答的时候一定要注意尽量分层次的给出观点以保证答案的客观性。

Reading and children

What kinds of book are most popular with children in your country? Why do you think that is?

I think the most popular kind of books with children in China is comics. Statistics and my person experience with children bring me to this conclusion. First of all, if you bother to check the top sellers in terms of books, you will find comics for children permanent residents in those lists. As a comparison, those books telling fairytales and legends seem a little weak in terms of effect on children. Also, whenever I find some children gazing at their smart phone or tablets or reading a paper back book, they are mostly reading comics. It has become a great challenge to find kids focusing on words instead of pictures. Based on these two evidences, I believe comics are most children’s favorite in China.

Why do you think some children do not read books very often?

Well, for this issue, I think the shift of lifestyle is first and foremost to blame. In the online era, we, no matter adults or children have tens of alternatives to do in our spare time and reading a book is one of the most attention-intense among them. Why not go surf the Internet using your smart phone or tablet for some easy-to-understand stuff with beautiful pictures explaining everything to you, or some other rich media requiring no literacy. We grownups still struggle to escape from such grasp, needless to say the children.

How do you think children can be encouraged to read more?

Before we dive into the question, I think I need to make it clear that the children today have been reading far more than we expect. Read Weibo posts, WeChat messages, endless news feeds and many other kinds of media. They are avid readers that older people cannot match with. What grownups are trying to do in this scenario is to shift their focus of reading from those “light” material back to some old-school, serious and provoking thoughts created by real thinkers. Upon this problem I hold a pessimistic opinion. What we can hope for is nothing but luck which can bring a few on them to what grownups want them to read.

Reading for different purposes

Are there any occasions when reading at speed is a useful skill to have? What are they?

Yes indeed. Based on my own experience as a university student, reading at speed can save me from piles of papers to finish before a near deadline. Suppose a student needs to finish reading three or even more papers of more than one hundred pages and write a report about the issue discussed in them, and even worse, the deadline is two days from now. In this case, reading at speed is quite comforting. Another occasion where reading at speed is extremely helpful is to do a presentation about an unfamiliar topic in a short time. If the presenter can read fast enough and memorize what he or she has read about, the presentation can be fully equipped with knowledge though it may be not logically organized in some ways, but at least the audience can have something to digest. This looks very much like a cheat but turns out to be useful.

Are there any jobs where people need to read a lot? What are they?

Yes, definitely. For instance, journalist, novelist or any other kinds of jobs involving writing requires a great amount of reading. These jobs are basically about output, which means to take in information and process it into different forms for more people’s better understanding of the issue. In this situation, reading as a crucial source of gathering information is indispensable. Without adequate input, the output will be dry in all ways so that the jobs calling for detailed information will be total failures.

Do you think that reading novels is more interesting than reading factual books? Why is that?

Yes I do. As an avid reader of novels, I always have a preference for books with an intense plot to those with merely knowledge or information. Generally speaking, I believe all kinds of books are written to communicate certain knowledge to their readers but the knowledge are packed in different covers. Some are embedded in a story, which is what novels do with the knowledge, and some are delivered within a series of experiments and assumptions, which is how factual books are organized. The preference for novels is parallel to the fondness of junk food instead of the tasteless fibers and protein capsulated inside colorful pills. What matters to a person’s taste for books is heavily influenced by the way the information is communicated. That is how I look at the preference for novels to factual books.

相信这些雅思口语新题会对大家有一定的帮助,更希望能帮助大家通过雅思考试,如果你近期就要考试,接下来的复习时间并不多了。后期大家还可以关注一些疫情得相关话题,也许会有相关的内容出现。

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