时间过的真快,不知不觉又迎来了5月份雅思口语换库,在本次雅思口语换题后增加了很多新题,但是也有一些重复的旧题,接下来小编为大家带来的是“5-8月雅思口语话题题库part3-经常坐飞机的人 ”,关于该话题要求考生描述什么问题呢?希望本次话题范文的分享可以为大家练习和答题提供一些参考。

  题目:

  1.What are the advantages of traveling by plane?

  2.Why do some people prefer to travel by train?

  3.What are the disadvantages of living near an airport?

  4.How is working at the airport different from working in other places?

  范文:

  1.What are the advantages of traveling by plane?

  Well, to start with, it’s much faster than any other transport available. For instance, flying from Beijing to London would take you about twelve hours I guess?

  If you choose trains, that is, if there is one(假设有的话), you’ll have to spend a considerable time on the way to your destination. Travelling by plane can be really efficient and thus save your time. Also, air trips can be more comfortable, well, if you choose business class(商务舱) or higher. This is because you can lie down in the reclining seat. They do provide these facilities on high-speed rail trains, but from my experience, they are not as good as their equivalent (同等地位的人或物) in the plane cabin.

  2.Why do some people prefer to travel by train?

  Well, although plane travel has its merits, as I said, it is undeniable that you’ll have to face delays(延误) very often, if you choose to travel by air. There are just so many factors that will hinder taking off, like rain, birds, or even drones(无人机) nowadays. No matter if you are travelling with family or for business purposes, there are always higher risks of having to change your itineraries(旅行日程) and schedules, which can create a lot of trouble. Also, high speed railways now connect almost all major cities in China, and if you take delays and stuff like that into consideration, they are not necessarily much slower than flights.

  3.What are the disadvantages of living near an airport?

  An obvious drawback is that you’ll be living in the countryside, or worse even, in a rural area. Now, that’s because most airports in China are located in such places, to avoid any possible disturbance(打扰) to the urban area, where population density is the highest. And this leads to the second reason, which is also apparent, that you’ll have to put up with inevitable loud noises if you live around an airport. When taking off, plane engines can make noises up to one hundred and fifty decibels(分贝), enough to be detrimental(有害) to any living creature’s health, I suppose. Even if you live, like, 5 kilometres away, I guess the noise can still effectively wake you up at midnight.

  4.How is working at the airport different from working in other places?

  To be honest, I have no experience whatsoever about working in an airport. But from what I see, I guess that working there could be quite boring. You see, for instance, if you work in downtown, you can take your lunchbreak(午休) and go to any nearby restaurant with your colleagues, and you may even be able to grab a coffee(喝杯咖啡), or wander a bit in the garden or park before going back to work. I imagine all those would be basically impossible for airport staff, especially if you work in the tower, you know, as an air traffic controller(空管) or something like that. At best I guess they can go to the canteen and see what’s available there and get back as soon as possible.

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