【考官有话说】雅思口语最核心内容Part2有多重要

发布时间:2021-09-23
【考官有话说】雅思口语最核心内容Part2有多重要

  雅思口语考试中,同学们看到的最多回忆就是part2,为什么只有第二部分回忆呢?是因为part2在雅思口语中占有的特殊地位,以及考试独白形式。具体原因,今天给大家具体分析一下。

  【考官有话说】雅思口语最核心内容part2有多重要?

  part2的重要性ielts speaking: the importance of part 2

  students often ask me what will happen if they do badly in part 2 of the speaking test. is it still possible to get a high score?

  yes, in theory, it is still possible to get a reasonably high score (maybe band 7) if you do badly in part 2, but you would need to give excellent answers in part 3. in practice, candidates rarely recover from a bad part 2; i don't remember anyone who made a mess of part 2 but suddenly did a fantastic part 3.

  my advice: you should consider part 2 as the core of your speaking test. it's your best chance to show how good your english is, and it's the examiner's best chance to listen carefully to your use of language. in fact, it's probably the point at which most examiners get a clear idea of what score to give you.

  1 理论上,如果你的part2没说好,part3很厉害,那么还是可能拿一个好成绩

  2 实际上,如果你part2没说好,你基本上是很难恢复状态去说好part3.

  3 所以我觉得口语最重要的部分是part2,大部分考官会在part2 大概知道要给你多少分

  雅思口语是否要用复杂句 complex structures?

  students often worry that they need to use "complex structures" in the speaking test. but what is a complex structure?

  this website explains the difference between simple sentences, compound sentences and complex sentences. you'll notice that compound and complex sentences are much easier than they sound! i'm sure you use them all the time without realising it.

  here's my advice: stop worrying about the need for "complex" grammar. instead, focus on expressing your ideas well. as you explain your ideas in detail, you will naturally produce longer sentences which contain a variety of grammatical features.

  不要担心复杂的语法。关注怎么表达你的想法。如果你的想法很具体,你很自然就会出现很长的句子,然后句子有不同的语法特征。

  说还是不说?雅思口语part2这些雷区千万别踩

  dos你要这么干

  1. take notes / write keywords(做笔记 / 记录关键词)

  当你审题的时候,你有一分钟的时间准备。记住,一定抓住这一分钟的时间,做笔记!很多考生都对做笔记持有怀疑态度,觉得太浪费时间,我能记得我要说什么。但是,当他们真正开始陈述的时候,他们往往会忘记某些关键点,加之紧张的心情,通常就开始“胡言乱语”,也就是我们所说的跑题。所以,笔记是非常重要的,因为它可以保持你的陈述一直切题,并且思路清晰。还有一点要提醒大家的就是,笔记的内容一定是“关键词”,因为你只有一分钟,你不可能写下你所说的所有句子。

  2. cover every point(涉及卡片上所有的问题)

  举个“栗子”:当你被要求描述一个你去过的博物馆,并且列举了以下几个问题:1. 博物馆位于哪里? 2. 对于这个博物馆,你印象最深的是什么? 3. 你去这个博物馆的原因是什么?

  当你拿到这三个问题的时候,一定要保证你 cover 到每一个问题,怎么样才能保证每个问题都不落呢?就是我下面要说的这一点。

  3. point to point as you talk(依次陈述)

  当你陈述第一个问题的时候,就用手指或者用笔点着这个问题,说完第一个问题,再顺移到第二个问题,以此类推。虽然听起来,这样有点傻,但在考试的时候,这不失是一个好的方法。

  4. use personal experience or lie(陈述亲身经历 or “撒谎”)

  当你被问到自己的亲身经历时,例如:描述一个你最喜欢的老师。当然,如果你能清楚的记得你的某位老师固然很好。也就是说,不管被问到什么问题,只要能联系到自己的亲身经历都是极好的!但是,如果你从来没有去听过音乐会,没有观看过现场的体育赛事,但卡片上就是这样的问题,你别无选择。怎么办?这种情况下,你就只能“撒谎”了,捏造一个属于你的故事,你可以 copy 你朋友曾告诉你的她的经历。在雅思考试中,没有人会在意这个故事是否是真实的,它所考察的是你驾驭语言的能力,你是否能将故事说的精彩。

  5. expand — use senses(扩展答案——调动感官)

  直接举例来说,当你被问到:博物馆位于哪里?你的回答:博物馆在多伦多。

  这未免有点太短了,你需要扩展你的答案:博物馆位于多伦多的市中心,临近大学城,附近还有许多著名的餐厅……

  不知道,大家有没有看懂,其实很简单,就是类似这样的“废话”,这就能体现出你驾驭语言的能力。说到这里,我想要说的就是,其实,你的口语水平比你想象中的要好很多,你不是不会说,只是没有人告诉你怎么去说。

  要扩展答案,还有一个非常重要的方法就是——调动感官。当你要描述一个事物的时候,你脑海中浮现了该事物,然后使用你的感官去描述它:它看起来是什么样子的?闻起来是什么样子的?听起来是什么样子的?甚至,尝起来是什么样子的?

  6. organize speech — intro, body, conclusion(组织语言——开头、主体、结尾)

  大家都知道,雅思考试 是一个标准化考试,它所考察的是考生运用语言的能力。所以,如果你所陈述的内容条理清晰、结构完整,不得高分是不可能的。与写作文同理,一个拥有开头、主体和结尾的口语答案,必然会让考官耳目一新。

  7. imagine the object, person, place(想象——事物、人物、地点)

  这一点前面也有提到,意思就是要想象你所要陈述的对象,这样你就更能清晰的知道你想要说什么,同时也可以让你忘记紧张,更好的应对考试。

  8. use introductoy phrases(使用引导性短语)

  当你想要引入你所要陈述的主题的时候,你可以使用如下短语:

  i want to talk about …

  i'd like to talk about …

  i'm going to talk about …

  9. use transitions(使用承接词)

  承接词在口语和写作中都起到了非常关键的作用。它可以使你所要表达的内容更具有条理性。

  例如:

  first of all, secondly, thirdly, finally

  first, then, next, after that, finally

  …

  10. speak loudly(声音洪亮)

  在口语考试的过程中,你不会想要考官感觉你谦虚、害羞,你肯定想要考官觉得你很自信。所以,为了避免紧张过度,尽量大声一点说话,这样可以减少紧张的程度。

  雅思口语part2物品类题库:重要的礼物

  describe an important gift you had in your childhood.

  you should say:

  what it is

  who gave it to you

  what it looks like

  and explain why it was important to you.

  the first thing the pops into my head are my cats, topsy and turvy. they were my little bundles of joy whilst i was growing up.

  when i was much younger i had another cat, called william. sadly he was run over by a bus one day in front of our house. i can remember very vividly, one day i came home from school and my mum told me to look in the kitchen. i saw topsy and truvy and it was love at first sight. she told me when she had gone to collect them she only intended to buy one kitten, she put topsy into the box and turvy was mewing so loudly and scratching the box. she decided they were soul mates and couldn’t separate them.

  i have no idea what kind of cats they were, all i can tell you is that they were painfully cute. topsy was ginger and turvy was ginger and white. turvy had little white patches on his paws that made it look like he was wearing mittens. topsy was a little furrier and made him look fat. one was shy and the other more outgoing. like all brothers, they would sometimes fight and at other times cuddle up together.

  alas, they are no longer with us. topsy passed away a few years ago and years finally caught up with turvy finally as she bit the bullet last year. i knew that they would not live as long as me, but it’s still depressing to lose someone you love.

  雅思口语新题part2范文:重要学科

  答题思路

  describe a subject you didn’t think it’s important before, but now it’s very important以前不重要,现在重要的学科

  you should say:

  what subject it was

  when you studied the subject

  why you didn't think it important before

  what do you think of it now

  是什么主题

  当你学习这门学科的时候

  为什么你以前不认为它重要

  你现在觉得怎么样

  口语范文

  accounting is the subject that i find very interesting these days though i did not like it when i had to study it at my university level. i have finished my graduation in computer science major and we had accounting part 1 and part 2 in our second year; 5th and 6th semesters. thought accounting was an important subject for us, i had very little interest in it. this was possibly because of my misconception that it is only important for commerce and business studies students. i studied accounting subject only to pass my course and also missed few classes. thus i failed to enter into the interesting world of accounting and that’s why disliked this subject.

  会计是我觉得很有趣的科目,虽然我不喜欢它时,我必须在我的大学水平。我已经完成了我的计算机科学专业的毕业,我们有会计第一部分和第二部分在我们的第二年;第五和第六学期。虽然会计对我们来说是一门重要的学科,但我对它几乎没有兴趣。这可能是因为我的误解,认为它只对商科和商科学生重要。我学习会计学只是为了通过这门课,而且还缺了几节课。因此,我没有进入有趣的会计世界,这就是为什么我不喜欢这个科目。

  science had always been major and i was never introduced to the accounting subject in my pre-university level. the teacher who took our accounting classes did not introduce us to the basic concept of accounting. moreover, he went through chapters so quickly that i missed it completely. as a result, when the teacher explained the advanced concepts of accounting, i was completely lost. for all these reasons i was weak in accounting and this formed the disliking in me until the very recent time.

  科学一直是我的专业,在大学预科阶段,我从未接触过会计学。上我们会计课的老师没有给我们介绍会计的基本概念。而且,他很快地读完了每一章,我完全错过了。结果,当老师讲解先进的会计概念时,我完全不知所措。由于所有这些原因,我在会计方面很弱,这形成了我的不喜欢,直到最近。

  well, the reason i like accounting these days is quite interesting. after i started working as a software engineer in a multinational company, i worked on various projects. a year ago i was assigned to a project that required me to develop an accounting software for an australian company. ironically i had to study many accounting books and tutorials to understand how i should implement the concepts and calculation in this software. i also attended few training sessions organised by our office related to accounting and banking concepts. once i understood the basic and interesting part of this subject, i actually started enjoying it a lot. the project took around 8 months to be delivered to the client and i was kind of forced to study and discuss a lot of accounting concepts during this period. once i started understanding the fundamental concepts and its application in the real world, this subject became one of my favourite subjects.

  嗯,我最近喜欢会计的原因很有趣。当我开始在一家跨国公司做软件工程师之后,我参与了各种各样的项目。一年前,我被分配到一个项目,该项目要求我为一家澳大利亚公司开发会计软件。具有讽刺意味的是,我必须学习许多会计书籍和教程来理解如何在这个软件中实现概念和计算。我也参加了我们办公室组织的有关会计和银行概念的培训课程。一旦我理解了这门学科的基本和有趣的部分,我就开始非常喜欢它。这个项目花了大约8个月的时间交付给客户,在这段时间里我不得不学习和讨论很多会计概念。一旦我开始理解基本概念及其在现实世界中的应用,这门学科就成为我最喜欢的学科之一。

  口语素材

  i did not have the idea that health and hygiene would be the most irritating subject to me in my earlier days. i got familiar with the subject when i was promoted to my ninth grade in a local school here in oregon. i did not like it because of many restrictions and bindings. in fact, it did not allow me to move after my will. but now the ideas have changed and i know how important it is to follow the rules and regulations. so, now this is a favourite subject of mine and i follow its directives in my life.

  在我年轻的时候,我没有想到健康和卫生会是我最讨厌的科目。我是在俄勒冈州当地的一所学校升到九年级时熟悉这门课的。我不喜欢它,因为它有许多限制和绑定。事实上,它不允许我随心所欲地搬家。但是现在观念变了,我知道遵守规章制度是多么重要。所以,现在这是我最喜欢的科目,我在生活中遵循它的指示

  learning a foreign language (such as french) was highly difficult to me. i was introduced to this subject when i crossed my seventh grade in a reputed school here in spain. i could not like the subject because it appeared difficult. the pronunciation, the spelling and the tones appeared irritating to me, and often i was punished for not writing the spellings correctly. but the necessity of a second language is highly important and i feel that i made a great mistake by ignoring the french language learning course in school. a second language helps to communicate better and raises the chances of success. so, i admire the subject now.

  学习一门外语(如法语)对我来说是非常困难的。我是在西班牙一所著名的学校读七年级时开始接触这门学科的。我不喜欢这个题目,因为它看起来很难。它的发音、拼写和语调似乎让我很恼火,我常常因为拼写错误而受到惩罚。但第二语言的必要性是非常重要的,我觉得我犯了一个很大的错误,忽视了法语学习课程在学校。第二语言有助于更好地沟通,提高成功的机会。所以,我现在很欣赏这个主题。