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雅思口语考试小建议

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雅思口语考试小建议


易烊千玺的联合国发言


1 语速

背诵的答案和即兴回答的语速肯定是不一样的,因为即兴回答时的思考会影响我们的语速,

而背诵答案反而鲜少停顿和犹豫,考生的表情也会更自信一些。

另外,背诵痕迹也会体现在考生的语速变化上。

正常来说,我们聊天时候的语速是会出现快慢变化的,尤其是讲到激动时,语速会明显加快;

遇到一些重点,或是需要回忆的地方,语速会自觉放慢。完全匀速的表达,几乎在日常沟通中不存在。



2 停顿

我们不仅在为自己所做的事情发声 / 更是为了很多因身患疾病或缺乏资源 / 而无法完全融入社会的 / 儿童和青少年发声。

按中文逻辑来讲,肯定是要根据句意进行停顿。

但当如果有人这样表达:

我们不仅在为自 / 己所做的事情发声更是为了 / 很多因身患疾病或缺乏 / 资源而无法完全融入社会的儿童和青少年发声。

很多人都会觉得奇怪吧,这位考生明显不知道自己在说什么。

英文也是如此: We speak not only for ourselves, /but also for children and teenagers /who have difficulty participating fully in their society / because of illnesses or lack of resources.

句子越长,背诵痕迹就越明显,想要不被识破,就要合理断句,比如在一个语块后面停顿、或在要强调的重读单词后面停顿。



3 发音和语调

很多喜好背诵的考生,他们的发音有个很明显的特征——当遇到某一长难单词时,考生易出现发音吃力且产生多次错误。

这时,考官就会认为这是考生考前临时背诵,并不是常用英语表达词汇。

另外就是语调,雅思考官最反感的就是考生从头到尾像机器人一样用同一个语调的进行答题。

就像前面说的,人在正常沟通时,会有语速上的变化,声调也会随着表达产生不同情绪的起伏。

说到开心的事情会升调、讲到伤心的事情会降调,如果你的表达总是一成不变,考官怎么可能不怀疑?



4 答题思路

除了语速之外,答题思路也是考官判定考生是否背诵的一个渠道。

最容易出现背诵痕迹的主要有两点:前后矛盾和文不对题。

比如说,在谈到运动类话题的时候,考生可能说了自己不喜欢运动;

但是到了卡片题An article you read online or from magazines about healthy living,或者An activity you do to keep fit的时候,自己又变成了健身狂人。

还有就是面对P3考官的即兴提问时,很多考生会把问题转化成自己准备过的话题,生硬的把准备过的内容照搬,在加上语音、语调不自然,很容易被判定为背诵。


5 语言风格

很多考生的习惯是看到话题就把自己的答案“写”下来。

无论你是5-6分的考生,还是7-8分的考生,“写”出来的东西肯定比“说”出来的东西要formal很多。

但如果你的表达过于“written English”,也很可能被判定为背诵。毕竟背“写”好的范例,肯定会不自然。



6 肢体语言

虽然雅思口语考试是以语言水平为标准,但是毕竟是主观考试。

如果考生边说边望天、望地、抠手指,考官都会认为你有可能是在背诵。

想要让自己看上去自然、真诚些,不妨直视考官的眼睛。

也可以适当的增加一些肢体语言,比如你说到it is big, 说到big的时候可以用手比划一下“这么大”。




易烊千玺的联合国发言稿件原文参考


Hello everyone!


My name is Yiyang Qianxi, and I am from China. It’s my pleasure to be here. And during the forum, I see some people are building better environments, some are researching medical miracles. And I’m very impressed.


I think we are very lucky to be here... and to be invited here to speak, and we speak not only for ourselves, but also for children and teenagers who have difficulty participating fully in their society because of illnesses or lack of resources.


And I have been working with WHO in China since 2017 on promoting healthy lifestyles among young people. To build a healthier society, we need to start with our own personal action—make healthy choices, so that we will have the future we dream of. At the same time, we can make an effort to reach out to those who need support, including children and teenagers. They’re the building blocks of our future, both for urban and rural areas.


I have been working through my fund since 2017 to support children who have been left behind. According to official data, there are almost seven million left-behind children in rural China. Many of them are facing physical and mental health problems, along with other kinds of problems in their daily lives. Our project “The Child Companion Plan” is trying hard to address these issues through the theme — ‘one child, one family, one link’. Our goal is giving all these children a better and a healthier future.


None of us can do all these alone. We must work together to make a difference and to achieve healthier, sustainable future. We have a phrase in Chinese, “Yi qi lai ba!” It means, C’mon, together! Lets go! So, I would like to ask all of you, take action today, make it happen.


Let’s go. Yi qi lai ba!