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หลังจากที่ได้แวะเวียนประหนึ่งเป็นสมาชิกตัวยงของเวบบอร์ด 'jaiboon' ทำให้รู้สึกว่ามีคนมากมายอยากได้ script speaking อาจเป็นได้ว่่า มันคือจุดอ่อนของคนไทยก็ได้มั้ง
พยามที่จะส่งเมลไปให้กับทุกคน แต่ว่าเนื่องจากว่า มีคนจำนวนมหาศาลที่ต้องการ เลยมีความคิดที่จะเอามาลงไว้ในเวบ เพื่อที่ทุกๆคนจะสามารถเข้ามาอ่านได้ copy ได้ เพราะต้องยอมรับว่า ไม่มีเวลาส่งเมลให้กับทุกคน บางคนก็มีปัญหาเปิดไฟล์ไม่ได้ เนื่องจากมันเป็นไฟล์สกุล rar
ต้องขอออกตัวไว้ก่อนว่า ไม่ได้เป็นผู้เก่งกาจอะไร ไฟล์นี้ได้มาจากผู้ใจบุญคนหนึ่งทางเวบบอร์ดได้กรุณาส่งมาให้ทางเมล จึงเพื่อเป็นการตอบแทนความใจบุญของบุคคลทั้งหลายในเวบบอร์ดที่ได้กรุณาให้ความรู้มากมาย รวมถึงกำลังใจให้พยามสู้ต่อไปให้ถึงเป้าหมายที่ตั้งใจ ดังนั้น บุญกุศลทั้งหลายที่จะเกิดขึ้น ขอยกให้กับเจ้าของเวบบอร์ด 'jaiboon' คนที่ได้ทำไฟล์นี้ขึ้นมา คนที่ส่งไฟล์นี้มาให้ ผู้ใจบุญทั้งหลายในเวบบอร์ดดังกล่าว และขอให้บุญกุศลนี้กลับไปสู่ทุกๆคนด้วยเช่นกัน
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IELTS Speaking Part1: classic questions & answer
The answer can only be done to learn how to answer, the answer may be amended, make sure not to recite the original!
Spoken Part1 Fan : INTRODUCTION
1. Hello. Could you show me your identification card please?
Hello. Sure, here you are.
2. Could you tell me your full name please?
My full name is XXX. Friends usually call my English name, XXX.
3. What shall I call you?
You could call me XXX.
4. How are you?
I am fine, thank you, and you?
5. How old are you?
I am 22 years old. In other words, I was born in 1980. March 8, 1980, to be exact.
6. Does your name have any special meaning? (5 - 6)
Yes, my name does have some special meaning. My family name means' peace ', and my first name has the meaning of' strong one '. My English name was given by one of my high school teachers, and it really does not have any special meaning.
6. Does your name have any special meaning? (7 - 8)
I presume you are referring to my Chinese name. Yes, the English equivalent of my family name would be something like 'peace', and in the case of my first name it would be 'strong one'. My English name was randomly chosen by one of my high school teachers. and it really does' t have any special meaning.
7. Is your name important to you? (5 - 6)
No. I not specified 't think it can do anything for me. I believe a person has to work out his own life. I am planning to do this as well as I can.
7. Is your name important to you? (7 - 8)
Not really. I belong to the new generation who do not attach too much significance to our names. Names were important to the older generation as they are of the opinion that it will determine your destiny to some extent. However, I personally believe that I myself will determine my destiny no matter what my name is. I will do this by acquiring good qualifications and by working hard.
Spoken Part1 Fan : HOMETOWN
8. Where do you come from?
8. How long have you lived in your hometown? (5 - 6)
I come from Guangzhou. My parents have been living here for the past thirty years or so. I grew up here and attended high school called a well Zhixin High School. We live in a nice area with many shops, restaurants, and other businesses.
8. Where do you come from?
8. How long have you lived in your hometown? (7 - 8)
I come from Guangzhou. My parents have been living here for the past thirty years or so. I grew up here and attended high school called a well Zhixin High School, a major middle school in the province. We live in a respectable area with many shops, restaurants, and a variety of other businesses. The people in our building are generally dangerous places and quiet, which makes it a pleasure to live there.
9. Where do you live? (5 - 6)
Well, that is not so easy to answer. Please allow me to explain. During the week I live in a dormitory at the university, but over weekends I live with my parents in a village about one hour by car from Guangzhou. So I really do not know which of the two to call my home at the moment.
9. Where do you live? (7 - 8)
I live with my parents here in Guangzhou at the moment. To be more exact, we live in an apartment building in one of the northern suburbs of the city. I have my own room and enjoy the privacy that it brings, but I am looking forward to the day that I can have my own apartment. Allow me to explain : my parents are very nice and I love them very much, but I would like to be more independent soon.
10. Can you tell me something about your hometown? (5 - 8)
Yes, certainly. Guangzhou is in the southern part of China, and the capital of Guangdong province. It has many heavy industries such as automobile, aircraft, and machine tool manufacturers. In addition, it is rich in history. For example, the Japanese invaded the city and committed many atrocities (that is to say many crimes) during the occupation. This is still remembered by many of the elderly folks to this day.
11. Can you tell me about some famous landscapes in your hometown? (5 - 8)
11. Can you tell me about some famous scenic spots in your hometown? (5 - 8)
11. What are the main places of interest in your hometown? Why? (5 - 8)
11. What places should foreigners visit in your hometown? Why? (5 - 8)
Sure. Firstly, I 'd like to mention the Pearl River, which you will find around the city. To the north of the city there are the famous Baiyun Mountains, the zoological parks and botanical gardens. In summer the park is a popular place to visit and see tigers, bears, wolves, even pandas and other animals in their natural environment. In winter we often go skiing there. The Yuexiu Park is the second place I 'd like to recommend. It consists of a large park, with many gardens and a lake. In addition, the city 's symbol, the Statue of Five Rams. is located in the park. There are many other sites in the city that are worthwhile visiting, such as Sun sen Memorial Hall, Chen Clan Academy and the CITIC Building, which is the highest architectural attraction in Guangzhou.
12. What places do you like in your hometown best? (5 - 8)
There are many places that I like. If I had to choose one place, I would like to tell you about Tianhe East Railway Square. It is the largest square in Guangzhou. It enjoys a large open space where one can clearly see the sky and feel free. Next, it houses a fabulous man-waterfall. The waterfall is the largest of its kind in the whole Asia.
13. What are the main crops in your region? (7 - 8)
The main crop in my hometown is, I 'm afraid, skyscrapers, rather than wheat or corn, or something like that. You can see people plant bricks everyday, and months later skyscrapers grow up. Of course it 's just a Metaphorin. you know. Guangzhou is a metropolis. It almost has no agriculture and no crops.
Or (5 - 6) :
In our region many crops are grown. For example, one would find all kinds of vegetables in the fields of this region. In addition, many farmers have orchards. Here they grow many kinds of fruit like apples, pears, and peaches. Lastly, it is important to note that Guangzhou is not known for its agriculture. It is better known as an industrial city. For example, here are many heavy industries manufacturing anything from aircraft to machine tools and automobiles.
14. What is the difference between your hometown and Beijing / Hong Kong (5 - 6)
The main difference between Guangzhou and Beijing is the climate. Guangzhou enjoys a tropical climate. It is very hot and humid here. On the contrary, Beijing has cold winters and hot summers. Besides, Guangzhou is a regional center whereas Beijing is more a national or even world center.
15. What are the people like in your hometown? (5 - 6)
15. Can you tell me something about the character of the people in your hometown? (5 - 6)
Well, they aren 't any different from the people in any other large city. For example, here we also have good and bad people. Secondly, like everyone else, they are trying to work out a good life for themselves and their children. For example, parents are trying all they can to ensure that their children receive a good education.
15. What are the people like in your hometown? (7 - 8)
15. Can you tell me something about the character of the people in your hometown?
Well, they aren 't any different from the inhabitants in any other large city. For example, here we also have many wholesome families as well as our share of criminal elements in the society. In addition, I believe that my hometown has not been to the same extent as a westernized city like Hong Kong. For example, the people have not become materialistic in Guangzhou to the same extent as the inhabitants of Hong Kong. In other words, in Guangzhou you would still find many good fashioned (traditional) people who have strong principles and values about many aspects of life.
Create Date : 19 ตุลาคม 2550
Last Update : 19 ตุลาคม 2550 11:03:18 น.
Script for speaking module part1 ตอนที่2
Spoken Part1 Fan : PRESENT SITUATION
16. Are you a student or do you have a job? (5 - 8)
I am a student at the moment. I am studying English on a full-basis at a Language School here in Guangzhou. We have classes in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings. Wednesday afternoons we are off. and are allowed to go swimming at a nearby hotel. We have a number of foreign teachers who assist us in the correct pronunciation and grammar of the language.
16. Are you a student or do you have a job? (5 - 8)
I have a job. I am working in a workshop of a large manufacturing plant at the moment. I graduated from high school two years ago. and went to work immediately. I am an assistant to one of the automotive electricians in the workshop. I have to assist my artisan in getting his jobs done. For instance, I have the responsibility to see that are the tools are in good order, and that the workshop is always kept clean and tidy.
17. What is your major? (5 - 8)
As I have been studying on a full-basis at an English Language School, we have only one subject, namely English for Academic Purposes called EAP. We do reading and writing, practical speaking, and listening by means of cassettes. English is the language of the future. especially in the business world. What I mean to say is that when I am able to communicate well in English I will not only be able to go and study abroad and improve my qualifications, but also have mastered a very necessary tool for my future career.
18. What do you like most about your studies? (5 - 8)
Well, I guess the speaking part. Please allow me to explain. Language is all about communication. So when I am able to communicate with someone in English. I feel that I have achieved something. I particularly like our free talk sessions with the foreign teachers. It gives me the opportunity to question them about their countries and cultures.
19. Which is the best university in China? (5 - 8)
That 's an interesting question. Allow me to explain my personal view shortly by mentioning the following points : I believe that Beijing University in Beijing is the best one in the country. For example, it has the highest percentage of students passing their courses of all the universities in China.
20. Could you sum up your study habits? (5 - 8)
I have well established study habits. I always start my study promptly at eight in the evenings. I study for two hours, have a ten-minute break, and the study for another two hours. I follow this habit from 16-18 's to sharp' s, but over the weekends I spend most time in relaxing with my family or friends.
21. Do you think your present subjects are relevant to society? (5 - 8)
Certainly. Allow me to explain myself by shortly mentioning the following points : First, we often use case studies in class. What I mean is that the professor gives us examples from real life to examine and report on. Moreover, our lecturers and some advisors from the relevant industries have set up our study materials. What I mean to say is that the people who are going to work for one day we have had the opportunity to tell the university what they think we should be taught.
22. What kind of job would you prefer after graduation? (5 - 8)
I would like to become a medical doctor. Please allow me to explain. Firstly, I would like to render a service in the community to which I will eventually belong. For example, I would like to assist the elderly that do not have the financial means to afford private hospitals.
23. What are your job prospects? (5 - 8)
I am planning to become a Hotel Manager. I believe that the hotel industry will be growing greatly in future. People are becoming more affluent, and spend more and more of their money on holidays and. In addition, I believe that after graduation I will be able to find a good job anywhere in the world. All hotels and resorts need well-trained professionals no matter where they are situated. The professionals ensure that hotel guests will have a good time and come back later.
24. Do you have a degree? If so, when and where did you graduate? (5 - 8)
Yes. I have a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering. I graduated in 2001 from the Liaoning University in Shenyang. It is the largest university in Liaoning Province and has about twenty thousand students.
24. Do you have a degree? If so, when and where did you graduate? (5 - 8)
No. I have a Diploma in Nursing. I graduated in 2001 from the Medical Training College in Beijing. It is a well-College giving excellent training to future nurses and other medical staff. For example, ambulance drivers, hospital staff, and so on are all trained there.
25. What impressed you most when you were at university / college? (5 - 8)
I was most impressed by the knowledge and skills of my lecturers. For example, they had experience in the working environment, and could tell us exactly what we would come across there. Secondly, I was impressed by the facilities. For example, we had a large library. well-equipped laboratories, and sporting facilities at our disposal.
26. Do you still remember your school days? (5 - 8)
Of course! Those were some of the best times in my life. They were absolutely carefree days. I had no or very few worries and at school. My parents provided in my day-to-day needs, and all I had to do was get good marks. One more thing. I made many good friends there. Some of my best friends today were people that I met in school.
27. What do you do for a living? (5 - 8)
27. Describe your job in detail. (5 - 8)
I am an Engineer working for a large construction company in the city. To be more precise, I specialize in the building of railway and bridges. When I am assigned a new bridge-building task, my colleague and I have to travel to the site, have a review of the surroundings. and then decide what type of bridge will be suitable. Lastly, we have to make recommendations to the railway company of all the alternatives, and give them some idea of the costs.
28. Is your job important to you? (5 - 6)
Definitely. I can serve my community and my country through my job. For example, when my company builds a new road, many people benefit from our work. At the same time, it makes me feel good about myself. I become financially independent with the salary earned through my job
28. Is your job important to you? (7 - 8)
The job means almost everything to me except my family. It provides a chance for me to serve my community and my country. For example, when my company builds a new road, and people living along the road benefit from our work. At the same time, I personally get pride and the sense of achievement from the job. After we have completed a road, I am proud to drive on the road with my family and explain to them what was involved during the building of the road.
29. If you could, would you change jobs? (5 - 6)
No, not really. What I mean is that I am very happy in my present job. I get along well with my colleagues and my salary is satisfactory. Should I change my job, however, I might not find such nice people to work with and could be very unhappy. What 's more important. I believe I will be able to develop my career here. If I keep up working hard and perform well, I could be promoted to head of a department in two years.
29. If you could, would you change jobs? (7 - 8)
Although I am very happy in my present job, I believe one should always be ambitious. That is to say, one should never be complacent, but should be on the lookout for opportunities to advance in your career. Furthermore, I would not hesitate for one moment if I could obtain a promotion by changing jobs. I know one should show some loyalty to his present employer, but there has to be a balance between looking after one 's own interests and those of the present employer.
30. Are there possible changes that could affect your job in any way? (5 - 8)
There may be some but not many, I believe. The company that I am working for is large and strong. In addition, I have a good relationship with my colleagues and my endorsing. The only possible change that comes to my mind is I may receive a promotion. That would be a positive development. so I not specified 'not worry about it at all.
Create Date : 19 ตุลาคม 2550
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Script for speaking module part1 ตอนที่3
เครื่องแฮงค์ไปรอบหนึ่งแล้ว แต่จะพยามทำต่อใปให้เสร็จ สู้ไปด้วยกัน
Spoken Part1 Fan : FAMILY
31. Could you tell me something about your family? (5 - 8)
Certainly. My family is a typical Chinese one. It consists of my father, my mother and me. I am the only child. My grandparents passed away when I was still very young, so I did not have the privilege of knowing them. My father was one of their four children, and my mother has a brother. so I have a number of uncles and aunts and many cousins.
32. What do you think of the One-Child Policy in China? (5 - 6)
That 'sa tough [question. I think we have to have the policy in China. Our population had been growing rapidly and to something drastic had to be done. Besides, the policy will give China a chance to move ahead in the world. What I mean to say is that as soon as the population growth has stabilized, China will be able to make progress in the fight against unemployment.
32. What do you think of the One-Child Policy in China? (7 - 8)
That 'sa controversial question in China. In my opinion, the policy has both merits and shortcomings. The policy is one of the most effective tools to solve the increasing problem of overpopulation in the country. On the other hand, the One-Child Policy has been extremely harsh on the people. It violates basic human rights. For example, it deprives women of their fertility rights.
33. Why do people in China traditionally want to have a son? (5 - 8)
That 's an interesting question. I believe the most important reason lies in fathers. They want their children to carry their name into the future. Only sons can fulfill the task. For example, in many western countries it is customary for a boy to receive his grandfather 's name. A second reason that I could mention is that parents Worry about what will happen to them after they retired. They feel that when they have a son he would be able to provide for them in future.
34. Who does most of the shopping in your family? (5 - 8)
As far as this topic is concerned, I would say that my mother does most of the shopping. but my father and I will do some shopping from time to time. My parents allow me to buy my own clothes. The last thing I would like to mention that my mother does not like my father 's smoking habit and therefore refuses to buy cigarettes, so that my father has to do that kind of shopping himself.
35. Who does most of the cooking in your family? (5 - 8)
My mother does most of the cooking, but my father and I will do some cooking from time to time. For example, sometimes when my mother is out the whole day doing voluntary work in our community and then my father and I will do the cooking for her. The second aspect I could tell you regarding this topic is that we often eat out. For example, often on a sharp night none of us feel like cooking. and then we visit one of the local restaurants, and have our favorite dish.
36. How does your family feel about you going abroad? (5 - 8)
They feel very happy about it and give me 100% support. I believe my parents will be very proud if I may achieve a degree at a university abroad. In addition, they themselves never had the opportunity to study in foreign countries. Since I am their only child. they would do anything in their power to allow me to have the opportunity.
B) MARRIED Person
37. Are you married, and if so when did you get married? (5 - 8)
Yes, I am married. I got married about three years ago. I have a good husband / wife, and we are very happy together. To put it in another way you could say that we are best friends. We do not keep any secrets from one another. We had known each other for many years before we got married. so we did not have to adjust too much. For instance, I knew before marriage that he snores loudly when he turns onto his back when sleeping, but that did I. 't mind.
38. Do you have any children? (5 - 8)
No, I not specified 't have any children yet. We are planning to start a family as soon as we have with our own apartment. Until then my husband / wife and I are working as hard as possible to improve our life. We would both like to have a son and a daughter. one-child but because of the policy that will not be possible.
39. What is your child 's name? Does it have any meaning? (5 - 8)
My child 's name is Li Ao Sheng. He was born on the day that Macao became part of China again. That 's why he got the name. His nickname is Bao Bao, as we believe that he is going to become a strong man one day.
40. What does your wife do? (5 - 8)
My wife is a housewife at the moment. We are looking for a job for her, but it is not easy, as she does not have any qualifications or experience. A new supermarket in our area will be opened soon, and we hope that she will be able to find a job there. She has placed her name on a waiting list. and we will be hearing soon from the employment officer.
41. What does your husband do? (5 - 8)
My husband is a civil servant. He works for the Department of Health at a hospital near our home. He is responsible for keeping the patient records in the men 's wards. He loves his work, and is receiving a good salary. so we do 't have any worries and serious. As a matter of fact we both agree that we have a lot to be thankful for.
42. Did you have a honeymoon, and if so where did you Uzelac (5 - 8) Yes, We did have a honeymoon. We went to Dalian for a week, and stayed in a small hotel next to the beach. I will never forget the time we spent there. For example, it was very romantic, as we could sit in the evenings on the beach and watch the moon rising over the sea.
43. Did you and your spouse have to ask permission from your parents before you could get married? (5 - 8)
No, not really. They knew we were going to get married. We only had to confirm the date with them to ensure that it would suit them and our families. In earlier times is was customary for the young man to get the permission from his girlfriend 's parents before they could get married.
44. Is living together without getting married in China? Acceptable (5 - 8)
These days the practice is becoming more and more acceptable to society. What I mean to say is that it all depends on the couple now. Young people feel that they first want to know each other even better by living together. When they are absolutely sure that they are able to adapt to each other 's lifestyles, they would then most probably decide to get married.
45. Do you think couples should live with their parent or on their own? (5 - 8)
Definitely the latter. There are several reasons why I think couples should as for life on their own. Allow me to explain by mentioning some of them briefly. First, I believe couples should become independent as soon as possible. They should learn how to cope with the money at their disposal. Also, they should be alone as soon as possible. Generation gap can be the trigger for many quarrels between the young and old generations.
46. What responsibilities should a couple take? (5 - 8)
There are several responsibilities that couples should take. In the first place, I believe they should be responsible for their own finances. Young couples usually do not have a lot of money. They should try to find ways to make ends meet. In the second place, they have to look after their child if they have one. They have to feed the kid and ensure that he/she gets a good education.
47. Are there any traditions around the birth of a baby in your region? (5 - 8)
Yes, there are quite a few. After the baby is born, the father will give his wife some Flowers, and take photographs of the baby and her. When the baby arrives at home, the parents will make prints of its hands and feet. The prints. together with a paintbrush made by using some of the babies hair, will be kept as souvenirs.
48. What kind of parent do you intend to be? (5 - 8)
That 'sa good question. I 'd like to mention the following points in this regard. First of all, I would love my child unconditionally. What I mean is that I know my child is not turns, but I will still love her. even if he/she has made mistakes. Next, I would like to be a strict but fair parent. I will not give my child too many freedoms, but I will also try to understand and satisfy his needs.
49. What hopes or fears do you have concerning your children? (5 - 8)
That 's an interesting question. What makes I Worry most is that my children will have a very tough [life. I wonder if they will have work to do since unemployment rate is so high even now. I hope that they will be happy. They will find a good spouse. have children and live together in peace and love, just like the ending of a fairy tale.
50. What type of culture do you want your child to grow up in? (5 - 8)
That 'sa broad question. I 'd like to mention the following points : first and foremost, I would like my child to grow up in a culture of love. That is, the circumstances in our home will be full of love and understanding. Furthermore, I hope my child will grow up in a culture where the finer things in life are important. Things like music, art, and studying should be part of his life from the beginning.
51. Are you going to bring your children up differently from the way you were brought up? Why? (5 - 8)
No, not really. I believe my parents raised me well and gave me a good education. If I could do the same for my child I would be happy. Maybe I would be a bit more modern. For example, I believe my parents were unreasonably strict at times. I would try and keep a balance between discipline and freedom.
52. Is there any sex discrimination in China? (5 - 8)
52. Describe the position of woman in China? (5 - 8)
Sex discrimination against women can still be found in China though the country has tried very hard to eliminate it. One obvious example is that women who are doing exactly the same job as men are getting smaller salaries. Moreover, women are not considered for certain high level positions, say, in government. In addition, in many communities in China, women are still regarded as inferior to men. This is particularly true in the rural areas. Last but not the least, parents prefer to have a boy as opposed to a girl. This is against the nature, as it will upset the balance between men and women in China in the years to come.
53. What are the causes of sex discrimination? (5 - 8)
One of the main reasons regarding this topic that I would like to highlight is the fact that men often determine the wages in the companies. Next, the women are not seen as able to do certain jobs as well as men. For instance, construction work has always been seen as a man 's job. Lastly, many men still have the traditional idea that a woman should stay at home, raise the kids and serve her husband.
53. What are the causes of sex discrimination? (7 - 8)
That 's an interesting question. Allow me to explain myself by shortly mentioning the following points : Firstly, I believe that discrimination against woman have deep roots in societies all over the world. In other words, it is not a present day phenomenon. Throughout history woman have not enjoyed the same status as men. It is only recently that woman have been filling the same positions as men in the work place. Lastly, I believe that it will take much more time to eradicate this practice. For example, as more and more woman become the sole breadwinners in families, they will have to be compensated as such irrespective of their sex.
54. Should housewives be paid a salary by the government? Why? (5-8)
Yes, I believe housewives should be paid a salary by the government. Firstly, to be a housewife is a job just as any other, and one should be paid for what you are doing. Secondly, the more housewives there are, the better. For example, housewives can spend more time with their babies. and so lay the foundation of healthy relationships.
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