雅思口语考试part1范文-TV and films
1.How often do you watch TV?Rarely, because I stay on campus at university and wedon’t have a TV in the dorm, I
only get to watch it when I go home. That is maybe everyother month.
Pretty much every day. I turn the TV on in the morningwhen I get ready for work, and also at night after dinner, when I have time torelax. I like to watch the news, and sometimes I rent a DVD.On the weekend, Ienjoy watching the NBA and some documentaries on the national channels.
2. Whatkind of programs do you watch?
I’m a big sports fan so I watch a lot of basketball andtable tennis. This year has beengood because the Winter Olympics were on in February andthe soccer World Cup took placein June.I really enjoy watching sports events. It’s exciting andvery entertaining. I like tosee how athletes can push their limits. I think theremust be no better feeling than winning a big championship.I admire thosechampions.
I enjoy watching movies,especiallyhistorical films.But I must admit I often download them on the Internetand connect my computer to the TV screen. Watching a movie on a TV channel isannoying because they play commercials every 15 minutes or so.It’s irritating. Inaddition, I occasionally watch the news and some talk shows in the evening.Lately, I have tried to watch CCTV 9, because it’s all in English and I need toimprove my listening before taking the IELTS test.
3. Iswatching TV a popular thing to do in your country?
It is popular with a lot of middle-aged people like myparents, for example, who alwaysturn on the TV as soon as they get home. They like tohave some kind of noise in the house.I don’t know why. I guess it’s a habit, or it makes themfeel like they’re not alone maybe. Idon’t know. However, young people these days definitelyspend more time on the Internetrather than watching TV programs. And online, they canalso download films and foreign TV series like Prison Break, or Friends. Theyfind it more fun than watching CCTV, the national channels.
4. Do youoften talk about TV programs with your friends?
Occasionally, when we watch a TV series and we share ourimpressions on the main characters.For example, my best friends and I have been watchingDesperate Housewives online in English, and we try to anticipate(= predict) what isgoing to happen in the next episode. I’m sure that boys often talk about theNBA games they watched on the weekend, and the moves that Kobe Bryant and theothers pulled during the game (to pull a cool move to do something cool).
5. Do youthink you watch too much TV?
No, I don’t have a TV at school, but I definitely spendtoo much time in front of the computer chatting with friends, surfing the web,or watching movies.
6. Howoften do you watch films?
Frequently. I really enjoy watching films, especiallyfantasy movies like Harry Potter or The Lord of the Ring. I like it when thereis a good plot, with stunning special effects·At home I have awide screen TV, and it’s a pleasure to buy DVDs and play them athome. SometimesI invite some friends over, and we hang out watching historical or actionmovies.Every time is different.
7. Whattypes of films do you like best?
action martial arts historical romantic comediesthrillers sci-fi...
Well, it depends on my mood. Given a choice, I would gofor a romantic comedy because they are sweet, and they don’t require anythinking to watch, and therefore they are perfect after a long day of work.Occasionally I enjoy a good thriller, with a complicated plot. And usuallythere’s always a cool protagonist(=character) in such movies. But you know, a few weeks agoI watched the last Disney movie, and I have to say it was pretty good for ananimated film.
8. Do youprefer to watch films alone or with someone else?
I definitely prefer to catch a movie with friends. It’s alot more fun when you watcha movie with people. You can laugh together or besurprised at the same time. During themovie, you can see the other people’s reactions too, andthis adds to the atmosphere.Perhaps you’re going to think I am a little odd(=strange), but Imust confess I like watching horror movies by myself. Since they are always sonerve-wracking(=intense), I don’t like to be distracted. Otherwise for any other movie,it’s better with friends.
9. Howoften do you go to the cinema?
Not that often(=not so often). First of all, I don’t have that much time(=so much time)because of my studies, and my college is far away from the city center. Goingto the cinema is a bit troublesome because if I go at night, then there’s nobus for me to get back to school. In addition, tickets are expensive. It costsat least 60 yuan, and I think it’s a bit too much just for a movie. I candownload online for free.
10. Do youprefer to watch films at the cinema or at home?
Of course I prefer watching films at the cinema. Thescreen is huge, the sound is better, and there’s a special atmosphere at thetheater. The only thing I dislike is when people talkduring the movie,or when mobile phones go off. It’s so irritating!People can’t sitfor 2hours without answering the phone. It’s too bad.
11.Do you think there is too much violencein today’s films? (violence=brutality=cruelty)
Yes and no.There is a lot of violence especially in action andmartial arts movies, butI think that our government has managed to limit theamount of cruelty on TV We see blood of course, but I think that it’s not tooproblematic. It has become part of our society. Chinese movies are not soaggressive I think, although I have seen some crazy films from Hong Kong. Someyoung people are attracted to such movies because it’s different, and not real.The fact that it is fictitious(=not real) is fascinating, because it is imaginative. Idon’t think that we should air too much brutality on TV, but I also disagreewhen some people say that the violence on TV is to be blamed for some people’sviolent actions.
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