[雅思口语]话题-reading

vivyyeung (杨维维vivy) 资深达人
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发表于:2015-01-28 21:49 [只看楼主] [划词开启]

64. Do you like reading? ( 5 - 6 )

  No, I don’t like it. I don’t have the patience. I have never been able toread a book from start to finish. Maybe the books I have tried were notinteresting enough.

  64. Do you like reading? ( 7 - 8 )

  Yes, I like it very much. I believe that all of us should read a lot. Whenyou read, you acquire new knowledge, which in turn will broaden your views onimportant issues. I prefer magazines like ‘Crazy English’. The topics in it areinteresting and the essays are short. Besides, it contains translations whichensure that I don’t have to waste time looking up unfamiliar words.

  65. What kinds of books do you like best? ( 5 - 6 )

  I like cartoons. Please allow me to explain. Firstly, I believe cartoonsare a special form of art. For example, the Japanese cartoons that are common inChina, have excellent illustrations.

  65. What kinds of books do you like best? ( 7 - 8 )

  I like novels. Please allow me to explain. Firstly, I like to read astoryline that is full of intrigue and suspense. For example, many love storieshave characters who are involved in all sorts of conflicts amongst them. Themost common one known all over the world since ancient times is the so-called‘love triangle’.

  66. Describe a book that you have read recently. ( 5 - 6 )

  I have read a book about the life of Michael Jordan. I am sorry, but I haveforgotten the name of the book. I also like to read Japanese cartoons.

  66. Describe a book that you have read recently. ( 7 - 8 )

  I have recently read a book about the history of South Africa. It is called‘ The Covenant’, and was written by a famous American author called JamesMitchener. It describes the history from the very first days, up to the present.It covers all aspects of the country, but focuses on the people of the country.For example, he looks at the political situation over the past fifty years,which was based on racial discrimination and had become known to the world as‘apartheid’.

  67. Do you often read newspapers? ( 5 - 6 )

  No, I never read newspaper. I watch TV if I want to know what is happeningin China and the world. It takes too much time to read newspapers. For example,the news on TV is short and to the point, and that’s all I want to know.

  67. Do you often read the newspapers? ( 7 - 8 )

  No. I have used the Internet these days to know what’s happening in Chinaand the world. Websites like CNN contain all the latest news on world events.Besides, I like to read about stories in depth, and this I cannot find innewspapers. One more thing that newspaper are lack of is the history behind astory. By the Internet I can do some research right away, and thus gain abroader perspective on the subject at hand.

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