雅思口语第二部分Describe a business person you
Describe a business person you admire(崇拜的商人)
You should say:
Who this person is
What this person does
Why this person is interesting
And explain how you think of this person
范文：Jack Ma is a famous business man in China and I admire him greatly. He is the founder of Alibaba. You may have heard of the Chinese eBay, that is, Taobao. It has become the most successful shopping network in China. He is a pioneer in Internet business. It is no exaggeration to say the he has changed the way Chinese people do shopping and their paying habits. Nowadays you don’t need to go to a store to buy a cloth or any necessities, just log in Taobao, choose the product you want, pay for it, and then you will get the product delivered to you. Even if you don’t want to shop online and you go to a store and buy the product by yourself, you can also pay with Alipay, a product developed by Alibaba. By sweeping the QR code in Alipay, you can pay for the product without actually taking out the money, but the money has actually transferred from your account to the shop. It is amazing, right?
Jack Ma has overcome a lot of difficulties to achieve what he has today. When he was young, it took him four years to pass the Chinese entrance examinations. When he graduated from college, he applied for 30 different jobs and got rejected by all. But all these difficulties didn’t stop him from being one of the most successful businessmen. His courage and generosity is what impresses me most. Now he has become extremely successful, but he is very willing to share his experience with the young.
What kinds of business are popular in your country?
If you had the opportunity, what kinds of business would you do?
What age do people want to retire in your country?
Would young people in your country like to open up their own business or find a job?
Would people want to do online business or run a company in reality?
The businessman I admire most was Dai Wei, founder and CEO of the ofo sharing bicycles. He used to study in Peking University, one of two best universities in China and do a degree in finance.
After graduation, he could have gone to a commercial bank and become a millionare at a very early stage of his life. But, instead he volunteered to be a maths teacher in an impoverished town in Qinghai province. A year later, he came back to school and embarked on his master degree. During this time, he established ofo sharing bicycles with three co-founders. What I find interesting about this man is that every step of his life was beyond people’s anticipation. He chose to become a teacher instead of a banker and built a company when he was supposed to study.
The products of his company, little yellow bikes, which you can see all over the street, have dramatically changed the way of transportation. In the past, I used bus or subway to travel to work or school. They were not bad, but could be a little frustrating, since I still had to walk a certain distance to get to my destination after I got off. And sometimes that can be a long way. The yellow bikes alleviate this problem. Now when I reach the station, I pull out my cellphone, scan the QR code, unlock the bicycle, and ride to my destination. It is more convenient, simpler and much less physical-demanding. This is why I admire Dai Wei. His company actually benefits our life.