在雅思口语考试中共有三部分内容,第一部分相对来说比较简单,大部分是生活中比较常见的话题,比如说自我介绍或者是朋友邻居等,而第三部分是考生认为最难的一部分。今天小编为大家准备的是雅思口语p3答题范文,一起来学习一下。

  题目:

  1. Which is more important, reading or writing?

  2. Who needs to have good writing skills?

  3. Where can people get more information, words or pictures?

  范文:

  1. Which is more important, reading or writing?

  Of course reading. From my perspective(依我看来) language learning is like making tea, and if youdon’t pour water in the teapot first, there’s nothing you can pour out of the teapot. Sufficient inputis always the necessary premise(前提) of output. By reading great works, on the superficial layer,you can imitate and learn about the grammar and rhetoric and stuff like that; deep down, there’salso philosophy of life and insight(洞见) into the society that you may learn from the author. Afteraccumulating enough of those, you’ll naturally be able to write something decent yourself.

  2. Who needs to have good writing skills?

  Well, journalists and writers, apparently, cuz they basically live on writing. Although we now haveartificial intelligence broadcasters(播音员) and all sorts of fancy technologies in the news industry,words are still the very core or essence of everything happening in it. Well, writers? That’s justself-evident(不证自明), I mean, look at the name of the occupation. Then there is us, the students.We are always required to write all sorts of reports, analysis, dissertations(论文) and so on. Now, Iwant to go abroad to further my study, which means I’ll have to write personal statements andmaterials like that. Pathetically(可悲地) no one pays us for writing these, but we still need to makesure we are good at writing for our future development.

  3. Where can people get more information, words or pictures?

  You see, there’s a saying called ‘a picture is worth a thousand words(一图胜千言)’. But I don’tcompletely agree with it. You see, if there is an illustration(插图) in an article, which contains... say,500 words, then it’s likely to convey the information better than a twice-as-long counterpart thatincludes no pictures. That is, pictures HELP you demonstrate(展示) your idea, they cannot do if foryou. If you only put a picture there, without any words to explain what actually happened, peoplehave to use their imagination, which can vary, and is much less reliable. Sometimes, lack of wordsmay even lead to confusion or misunderstanding(误解). So, if I have to choose one, I think wordsgive people more information, but in fact a combination would be better.

  以上是小编为大家带来的雅思口语p3答题范文,各位考生可以从范文中积累一些解题的素材,方便我们在考试中进行运用,当然我们还需要注意结合自己的实际来进行答题。


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