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☆ What’s your favorite type of clothing?

Now I am quite fascinated about the formal business suits. Dressing business suit can make me look mature and reliable. You know, especially when I am going to find a job and have an interview, good business suit can not only impress

others but also build up my confidence.

Will you still wear this kind of clothing when you get older?

I don’t think. When I am getting older, I want to live an easy life. You know, less is more. I would like to wear casual clothes. I will not pay great attention to clothing. No matter what I dress, as long as it makes me feel

comfortable, that is fine.

Do you think fashions are important?

Yes I think so. Fashions can provide people a sense of social identity and help them express their own personality. Some people, especially teenagers, are extremely conscious about their overall image. Keeping up with fashion enables

them to become attractive in front of their peers.


Fashion is not that important to me. I try not to be a slave to corporate logos

I think it is more important to wear clothes that you are comfortable in.

I fully understand what I like and I always dress the way I like.

If I see something that is in fashion and I like, I am glad to have a try. However, even if something is in fashion but does not fit my style, I will definitely reject it.

I do sometimes like to put an effort into how I look and into my appearance. I think that fashion sometimes helps express who I am and it can differentiate me from others

But I don’t like those people judge others on fashions and appearances. Because sometimes appearance may tell a lie.



☆ What do you usually do during holidays? And what you don't do during holidays?

Usually I will go out to visit some fun spots with my parents, or hang out with my friends, or play sports. Whatever I do, I try to relax myself.

Do you think holidays are important to our lives?

(Absolutely! Holidays are like … when we can get away from our daily grind and have some “time out”, you know… when we check out fun spots, hang out with friends and play sports without having to constantly worry about getting our work

done. They are just so cool…)

☆ What’re your favorite leisure activities?

Well, my leisure activity is reading electronic newspapers via internet. Through reading the news, I can get access to up-to- date information about my hometown. It has become an indispensable part of my daily life. Reading the

electronic newspaper is also a good way to relax from work.

☆ What did you do on last weekend?

Last weekend, I went to UTS library to prepare for IELTS test with my friends. It was effective to practice spoken English with a partner so that he can pick up my grammar mistakes or pronunciation problem. We also had a big dinner in

the evening in China town.

Do you like going to a party?

Basically, I am not a party animal. I prefer to stay at home rather than go out for socializing. I know somehow partying provides people with a good platform to socialize with those from different social and cultural background. But if

the party is an important one, for example, my best friend birthday party or annual parties from work, I am happy to attend.

☆Do you like family parties or parties thrown by friends?

Well, I do like friend parties more than family parties. You know, there is a obvious generation gap between parents and children. Although we both care about other very much, sometimes I can only share my happiness and sorrows with my

friends. That is because we have similar experience, and share similar interest. In friend parties, I can enjoy more freedom. I can talk what I want to and I do not have to be overcautious about what I behave.


☆Do you like traveling?

Yes I do. Travelling is always a nice thing for me. Travelling can enable me to release stress from study and work and temporarily get rid of some annoying daily routine. Every time I finished my journey, I was full of spirit and energy.

Also, travelling is a good way to widen my mind and know more about other culture.

Where did you travel to in your latest trip?

My latest trip was to Beijing. I was quite fascinated about the places of historical interest in Beijing, like the Forbidden City, the summer palace and the Great Wall. Also the food in Beijing was quite tasty. Especially the roasted

duck, it always makes my mouth watering.

How long was the longest trip you took?

My longest trip was to Beijing in last year. I stayed in Beijing for two weeks. Beijing is a special city. There are a lot of places of historical interests, such as the forbidden city, the summer palace, the great wall and so on.

What’re the advantages of traveling by air?

☆ Do you think air travel is important to us?

(It sure is. It’s convenient, comfortable and … fun. Some people are concerned about its safety but according to statistics air travel is actually safer than car rides.)

Which country do you plan to go to?

Well, I am quite looking forward to travelling the USA. You know, there are many amazing traveling spot in America, such as Disney theme park in los Angeles, luxurious [l?ɡ’zju?ri?s] hotels and casinos in Las Vegas, and the famous Wall

street in New York. As long as I find a stable job here, I will go to the US.


Travelling not only teaches you about other cultures, but it also teaches you more about yourself and your own culture. After all, only from the outside can you look back in.

Travelling has a lasting impact on world view, self confidence and maturity. This experience will be life-transforming.

You can immerse yourself in the local culture.


☆ Do you often visit museums?

To be honest, I am not that interested in visiting museum. But if I visit other countries, museum is always the best place to learn its culture and history. In this point of view, I will love to visit museum

☆ Do you think museums are important to our lives? (Day 7)

Yes for sure. Museums are one of the best places for people, especially for students, to learn history and culture of the country. They help young people to establish a sense of social belonging and national pride. They are also served

as a place to preserve some cultural relics.

Where do young people meet new people these days?

Night clubs and bars may be ideal places for those young people who enjoy night life to meet new people. For those who study hard, school library is a suitable place to make friends, especially during group meetings. Also, fitness room

is another place that enables those who love sport to meet new friends.

☆ Do you like shopping?

Yes, I do. Going shopping is my favourite. It is a good way to relax and make myself keep pace with the latest fashion. Also, I really enjoy a sense of satisfaction when I buy something that fit me most, such as shirts and trousers. But

I admit sometimes I may buy something that I don’t actually need.

☆ Do you prefer big stores or small ones?

Usually I prefer big stores because they provide a greater variety of goods so that I can have more choices and compare prices and qualities of different brand names. Also, big stores are served as a one-stop shop, which allows me to buy

nearly all the daily necessities.

☆ Is there anything that you dislike about shopping?

Well, usually going shopping may waste a lot of time. You know, sometimes I may go through all the shopping centre but still cannot find something that I need. Also, I may easily buy something that I don’t need. It is kinds of a waste of



What’s your favorite time of a day?

( Well, I feel great in the morning coz after a good night’s sleep I feel refreshed and invigorated and definitely do things better.)

Do you like dancing?

No, I don’t like dancing at all. To my mind, dancing is quite boring. It is not a cup of my tea. But I admit that dance is a good way to release stress and socialize.

Have you learned how to dance?

I haven’t received a formal training for dance so far. The last time I danced, I guest, was in kindergarten.

Why do so many young people like dancing today?

Dancing is a social activity. It provides many opportunities for people to meet new friend. You know, it is a way platform to strengthen the social ties and boot self-esteem and positive outlook. Also, it helps people reduce stress and

tension. Regular dancing gives an overall sense of well-being.

How many languages can you speak?

I can speak mandarin, Cantonese and English fluently. And I am going to learn some Japanese.

What do you collect? (Day 7)

Usually I like to collect stamps and corns. Take stamps as a example, I am so crazy about the stamps issued before 1980s because they help me gain deeper insight into the China that I don’t know.

☆ What’s your favorite color? Are there any special meanings to colors?

My favorite color is yellow. To my mind, yellow represents sunshine, something bright and positive. Whenever I see the colour yellow, I feel energetic and enthusiastic.

Do you like visiting art galleries?

Not really. Somehow some works of art are too abstract and too difficult for me to understand. If I do not really appreciate the creativity behind the art or I am not capable of getting the meaning behind the art across, I think visiting

art galleries will become meaningless.

How do people in your country celebrate birthday?

Usually, people host a birthday party. For elderly people, they tend to have a big dinner at home with their relatives. For young people, they may prefer to go out for entertainment. For example, they may go to karaoke or have a barbeque

or go travelling.

Do you like painting and drawing?

Yes I did. When I was a child, I was crazy about painting. I once dreamed of becoming a painter one day. However, as I grow up, I gradually lose interest in painting because I am busy studying and do not have time for painting.

Do you think painting skills are important to kids?

Not really. I admit that those skills are helpful for them to draw. However, I think that ideas and thoughts (the way a child thinks) are more important than the skills itself. I would rather see a kid painting something unique and

creative even if it's in bad quality than a kid perfectly replicating objects he sees through painting.

Do you prefer to type things or to write things on paper?

(Well, most of the time I just type things, that’s for sure. Coz it’s much faster and I can save what I type and edit it later on. And most importantly, I can just cut and paste everything…)

What kinds of gifts do you give your friends?

It depends on what kinds of friends it is and how close we keep with each other. If that is my best friend, I definitely pay more attention to the gift I give. I might buy something precious, such as shirts, perfume and stuff like that.

If that guy is only a bud friend, I might just give him a birthday or a bottle of wine.

Do you wear a watch? What can your watch do for you? (Well,it helps me keep track of time./ Punctuality is a quality most people appreciate. My wrist watch really helps me be punctual…) (Whenever I need to know what time it is, I just

check my laptop or mobile phone… and I tend to believe I’m not alone in doing this. It seems like not so many people wear a watch today…)


What sports do you play at school? / What do you do to improve your fitness?

I used to play football, badminton, table tennis when I was in high school in China. When I came here, I love swimming. The sports centre in the University of Sydney is quite good. It has an Olympic-standard swimming pool. I usually go

swimming with my friends when class is over.

What’re your favorite sports?

My favourite sport is badminton. It is a great sport for all-round fitness. Playing badminton not only gives a huge number of health benefits but also keeps me feeling well, strong and motivated. It can help in coping with anxiety and

stress and offers a release from the pressures of everyday life.

☆ What sports did you play when you were a child?

I used to play football, badminton and table tennis when I was a child.

What were the differences between sports played by boys and sports played by girls?

Boys tend to more active than girls. They like playing extreme sports because those sports help them to build up their muscle.

Girls prefer to play more gentle sports like Yoga and aerobics dancing.

Are there any sports facilities on your campus?

(There are tons of them. Like stadiums, gyms, soccer fields, tennis courts and swimming pools.)

What kinds of facilities are there in your community?

(We’ve got a wide variety of facilities, like parking lots ,you know, places where you park your car, gyms, clinics, gardens, kids’ playgrounds, convenience stores…)


Badminton is a totally inclusive sport and is open to all ages and all levels of ability.

Badminton is a very social sport and club nights and matches alike always include the opportunities to meet new people and catch up with old friends.

Badminton help people improve hand eyes coordination. It is a skillful and intelligent game.

Tactics and mental stamina ([‘st?min?] 持久力) will be developed during the games。




幸福的 -- happy

I will never have to worry about the issues of food and clothing

no matter what I want to pursue, they always financially as well as spiritually support me

they always share their life experience with me

they alwyas provide me with the best growing environment

even they have troubles or encounter adversity, they always wear a warm smile on their face. Never let me worry about their personal affairs

温暖的 -- warm

whenever I feel frustrated, they always give me a lot of words of encouragement;

I always obtain physical as well as spiritual support and encouragement from my parents;

they always give priority to concern about what I need;

宽容的-- tolerant

be tolerant of my faults;

always give me a chance to correct the mistakes I make;

I have never gotten a scolding (挨骂) from my parents;

they never feel disappointed with my poor performance in study;

there are no mistakes in the world, but only lessons;

to their minds, the more mistakes I make, the more progress I will achieve···

相互理解和尊重的 -- mutual understanding and respect

we always treat each other in a respectful way

sometimes we may have a divergence of views in some typical issues, but this is not going to preventing us from drawing on collective wisdom and absorbing all useful ideas from each other

although there is a generation gap between my parents and I, we still enjoy a harmonious family atmosphere

舒适的 -- comfortable

I always enjoy the peaceful environment when back home from work or study

although my bedroom is not decorated with luxious ornament, it is always full of my happy memory

It is a place where I can forget about all the troubles I have and get rid of any annoying things

以上就是对于“家庭”的联想,其实还有很多,就不一一列举了。 平时在我们准备雅思口语的时候,应该多做这样的联想,从一两个单词开始,尝试用英语去说明它的具体意义,尝试结合自己的亲身经历去描述一个深刻的内容。


为的就是当我们在考试中遇到卡壳的时候,能够马上调动一两句“平时已经有深刻体会的、看起来common sense的、 却又无懈可击”的话,尽可能让自己在夹缝中有充分的时间去思考,去调整,去组织语言。



--工作(例如:work for the government, lawer, doctor···)

--严肃(serious, take everything seriously, not take/play a joke)

--认真严谨(do everything based on rigorous standards)

--对孩子要求严格(be strict with what I do)

----望子成龙(hold high expectation for his child)

--对孩子的不良行为很生气(be angry with his child's misbahviour


沉迷电脑游戏 indulge himself with computer games;

不做作业 lazy in doing homework;

说谎 tell a lie; 早恋 puppy love····)

--代沟(generation gap between father and son)

--人生观不一样(have a divergence of outlook on life)

--矛盾吵架(may easily quarrel with each other, even for trivial things)

--出发点是爱孩子(all he does is for our own good)

--有责任感(hold responsibility for the growing up of his child)

--做事认真,不怕困难,不轻易放弃(never easily give up no matter what he does; in his life dictionary, you cann't find the word "give up")

--为我树立榜样(set a good example for me)

--崇拜(admire him most)

--激励我前行(stimulate me to progress and achieve my goal)

--爸爸也需要孩子的照顾(we need take good care of him)

--变老变弱(getting older and may easily suffer from chronic diseases)

--我们即将出国,见面减少,因此有点愧疚(once I make a decision to go aboard, that means we cannot fuifill our own responsibilty in family care. Sometimes I feel sorry that I cannot spend more time in alleviating his heavy burden from

family)--计划生育(one child policy, no sibling)

--爸爸想念孩子(He miss me a lot even though he does not look like that)·········


--家庭主妇(household lady)

--学历不高(didn't receive higher education)

--但为人体贴(considerate, thoughtful)

--和蔼可亲的(amiable, affable)


--好厨师(the best cook)

--熟悉各种菜式(be skillful in cooking different types of food)

--用心(with great consideration)

--善于搭配菜式(she is a expert in combining appropriate amount of meat and vegetable together)

--好味道的(tasty, delicious)

--健康的(healthy, wholesome)

--总是为我提供良好的成长环境(always provide me with a good growing environment)

--不让我操心家庭的大小事务(never let me worry about family affair)


--总是鼓励我(always support and encourage me)

--只想我过得开心幸福(live a happy life)

--出国后想念妈妈(miss my mum)

--体会到生活有多么的不容易(it is the first time for me to realise how difficult to maintain a daily life)

--自己要变得自立(become physically and psychologically independent)

--学会关心别人(learn to show concerns for the people around me)

--努力学习(study hard)

--有自己的事业(stuggle for a promising future)

--不让妈妈失望(never let her down)······





describe a family member,describe a person you admire most, describe an important advice,describe a movie(由于我不喜欢看电影,所以我会选择父亲这一角度为切入口,编一部电影叫做《MY FATHER AND I》-- 代沟),describe your favouriate song/

describe a song you heard in your childhood(世上只有妈妈好),describe a change of life(出国后懂得关心父母),describe an old person



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