雅思话题“必须礼貌的场合”是怎样的?

雅思话题“必须礼貌的场合”是怎样的?

雅思口语高频率话题

I’d like to talk about my internship experience.

I was a summer intern in a big computer science company in Beijing last year.

I had a mixed feeling on my first day there. I mean, I was super thrilled, but part of me was also pretty nervous. I wanted to make a good first impression, but I was not sure whether my character would be accepted there. I smiled to everyone I met, and I just behaved as politely as I could.

Anyway, my duty was to do some entry-level job, like run some errands for others.

And one day, the leader of my group asked me to send a file to my manager, but he gave me the wrong one by mistake. When I arrived at my manager’s office and handed it to him, he was pretty angry. I was really confused at first, and later I realized maybe it was my leader who made a mistake. However, I was just a newbie / rookie, it would be inappropriate for me to talk back to him or argue with him. Plus, no one would believe me.

So the whole time, I had to be polite to my manager, and admit that it was my fault and I promised it wouldn’t happen again.

假如应说“丢弃的关键物件”,那麼就略微改写一下就好啦哇!人们从送file那边谈起:

And one day, the leader of my group asked me to send a file to my manager, however, at that time, I was also holding a file full of waste paper, and when I walked past the trash can, I accidentally threw away the file that was supposed to be given to my manager. And the worst part is, I didn’t realize that until I arrived at his office.

I hurried back to the trash can, but it was already empty. I even asked the cleaning lady whether she had seen any files.

This experience has taught me a big lesson. I definitely need to be more careful in the future.

語言点分析:

entry-level = (of a job) at the lowest level in a company

errands = a job that you do for somebody that involves going somewhere to take a message, to buy something, deliver goods, etc.比如:

He often runs errands for his grandmother.

Her boss sent her on an errand into town.

newbie = a person who is new and has little experience in doing something, especially in using computers

rookie = (especially NAmE) a person who has just started a job or an activity and has very little experience

talk back to somebody = to answer somebody rudely, especially somebody in authority

the whole time = during the whole of a particular period of time比如:

The letter was in my pocket all the time (= while I was looking for it).

waste paper = paper that is not wanted and is thrown away

lesson = an experience, especially an unpleasant one, that somebody can learn from so that it does not happen again in the future比如:

The accident taught me a lesson I'll never forget.

We are still absorbing the harsh lessons of this disaster.

Let that be a lesson to you (= so that you do not make the same mistake again).

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发表于 2019-12-02

雅思口语Part 2&3评委范文

题目

Describe a situation when you had to be polite

You should say

what situation it was

when it was

what happened

and explain why you had to be polite

范文

Ok, well I would actually like to start by saying that I try to be polite in all situations, because that was basically how I was brought up, but if I was to choose a particular occasion when I had to be polite, then I’ll talk about the time I went to a friend’s house for their birthday party.

And as for when it was, well I suppose it must have been about three or four months ago, and basically what happened was that a friend of mine invited me, along with a few other of his friends, to his house for dinner to celebrate his birthday with him. And when we got there, we were given a nice welcome by his parents, who then offered us some drinks and took us through to the living room to wait for a bit while they finished preparing the dinner. Anyway, it was worth the wait, because the dinner was fantastic, and by the end of it, I was absolutely stuffed!

So regarding why I had to be polite, well, I think it goes without saying that whenever you go to someone else’s house, you should always be polite, you know, it’s common sense, because I mean, if someone’s kind enough to invite you to their home and treat you to food and drink, the least you can do is be polite and well-mannered, and if you’re not, then chances are that you won’t get invited back!

You know, I think it’s safe to say that we’ve all experienced times when someone hasn’t behaved very well when they’ve been a guest at our home, and usually when that happens, the first thing we say to each other when that person’s left is, “there’s no way they’re ever coming back!”. Of course for young children it’s different, but for adults there’s no excuse at all. And if you do make the effort to be polite, then it makes a big difference, because then you’ll leave a very good impression and consequently be welcome as a guest again in the future.

So yeah, I guess that’s pretty much all there is to say, so thanks for listening.

发表于 2019-12-02

雅思口语是优秀范文

雅思口语考试Part 2话题讨论卡:

Describe a situation when you had to be polite 迫不得已礼貌的亲身经历(礼貌场合)

思路点拔:

诸位涮羊肉见到这一题目后,估算许多人要脑壳一懵,一下子要我讲出一个還是务必迫不得已讲礼貌的场合,还简直说不出口.但是,诸位能够往各种各样宣布场合这一方位去思索,看一下有什么你来过的或是办过的较为宣布的大会或是其他事务管理.更为实际一点,看待老人,人们是否务必遵循礼数?例如,人们看待领导(将会是工作中工作中缘故,人们迫不得已恭恭敬敬).

题目

Describe a situation when you had to be polite

You should say:

What situation it was

Who were there

Why you had to be polite

Explain how you showed politeness

范文

一次我迫不得已讲礼的亲身经历是在新春佳节的那时候,我向家中的老人要红包(压岁钱).

A situation when I had to be polite was to show politeness to my senior family members before getting the Red-Pocket, which we call the lucky money during the Spring Festival.

我清楚还记得是在我小学一年级的那时候,我父母教會了我那么一个新春佳节拜早年收红包的传统式.我爸爸妈妈说我还在要红包的以前一定得向爷爷奶奶叩头并向她们表述祝愿.

I remember clearly it was the first year of my primary school that my parents taught me the tradition of receiving the lucky money. My parents said that I had to kowtow to my grandparents and show my blessing to them before they give me the Red-Pocket.

最初的那时候,我与别的同年龄的小孩子一样,当你不得不承认一些自己都几乎沒有想起将会会自身说的这些话,觉得十分的羞涩难堪.接下去难堪的那时候来到,我焦虑不安来到看到了爷爷奶奶立即下跪叩头,连表述的祝福词全是片言只语.

At first, like any peer of mine, I was extremely shy and embarrassed to say something that I would imagine I shouldn’t say so in my life. This article is from Laokaoya website. Do not copy or repost it. You know something awkward to me happened, I was so nervous that I could only say my incomplete sentence of blessing and kowtowed to them at the moment I came near to them.

显而易见,我爷爷奶奶還是很有工作经验的,她们马上端起我的胳膊,随后取出了很厚大红包,实际上我那时候本质不清楚里边是什么.

Obviously, my grandparents were quite experienced for this, they immediately held my elbows to support me, and then took out her thick red-pocket, which I had no idea at that time what was inside.

一回生二回熟,我之后就变为了收红包权威专家.每一次新春佳节都很享有这时候的大丰收時刻,那么享有的岁月一直不断到我毕业后,确实仿佛返回哪个儿时,我必定会更为爱惜那时候童真的岁月.

Difficult the first time, easy the second. I became an expert of this, and really enjoyed the harvest of every Spring Festival until I graduate from the college. I should have gone back to my childhood to cherish that innocent moment.

发表于 2019-12-02
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