本文智课网为大家提供2018年1-4月雅思口语Part2&Part3话题及范文,雅思口语话题事物类:重要的信件(Describe an important letter you received)。此部分为旧题回炉、旧题复用部分,包含了具体的口语话题及完整参考范文,希望可以给大家提供更多范例,让口语表达更加有话可说、有据可依。

  Part2&3 旧题部分——事物类:重要的信件

  P2

  Describe an important letter you received.

  You should say:

  Who wrote it to you

  What the letter was about

  How you felt about the letter

  And explain why it was important to you

  P3

  Do you think letters will someday be replaced by computers in the future?

  Do people in your country write letters?

  Why are letters considered to be more formal?

  What kind of people prefer to write letters and why?

  解析

  题目要求考生描述“一封重要的信件”。作答要点包括:寄信人是谁;信件的主要内容;对于这封信件的感受;为什么觉得它很重要。

  范文

  It is quite interesting to think of an important letter I’ve ever received. Nowadays, it is really rare to get a letter in the post, since most business and personal communications seem to happen by email. However, believe it or not, for a small child who really loves old-fashioned stuff, to receive an actual physical letter, carefully folded in an envelope, is something really exciting.

  Due to an influenza I accidentally caught, I had to spend my eighth birthday in hospital. At that age, I hadn’t really received any letters before and certainly wasn’t expecting to receive one whilst I was ill. Therefore, it was a wonderful surprise one morning to be given an envelope with my name and address beautifully hand-written on it and bearing a stamp from overseas in the top right-hand corner.

  The letter was from my uncle Chow. He was living in America at the time, and I was in China. He said in the letter that he’d wanted to send me a birthday cake, but later thought it unpractical over such a long distance, so instead he drew me a picture of an amazing birthday cake and a whole party with balloons and presents. As you can see, his letter was to wish me a happy birthday, and to cheer me up because it was horrible for anyone to be in hospital at any time, let alone for an eight-year-old girl to be in hospital on her birthday.

  I was totally in awe after reading the letter. Turned out my uncle was actually quite a good artist. His illustration was really good, and the letter cheered me up and made me feel cherished.

  To me, this letter was a start of a great correspondence between me and my, to me, ‘exotic’ uncle who lived overseas. He and I continued to exchange letters over the years, right up until the time he died. His were always hand-written, though mine moved over to being typed, but we never resorted to email, so the ritual of a letter thudding through a letterbox and onto the welcoming doormat of home continued between us long after many others had abandoned such an old-fashioned form of communication.

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