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剑桥雅思9Test4口语Part3范文:Helping other people

2017年04月27日 10:25来源:互联网作者:上海管理员

摘要:剑桥雅思9Test4口语Part3范文:Helping other people

  1. What are some of the ways people can help others in the community? Which is most important?

  主要分为两种:第一种是特殊的或者可使用的技能,比如老师、警察、医生、手工业者、技术人员等;第二种是帮一般力所能及的忙,比如搬家或帮助老人做一些家务、购物等。

  2. Why do you think some people like to help other people?

  这道题是探究人的动机,基本来说,助人为乐的原因在于别人对自己的感谢,另外有时帮助也讲究互惠互利、相互帮助。可以举个例子,做慈善可以帮助人实现自身人生价值。

  3.Some people say that people help others in the community more now than they did in the past. Do you agree or disagree? Why?

  同意:因为今天的科技发展使得很多人生活中出现很多的困惑,比如关于电脑和软件的一些基础知识,另外,越来越多的人远离父母在另外一个城市生活,就更加需要相互扶持、相互帮助。不同意:生活节奏的加快使人们无暇顾及别人的需求,他们把大部分的精力都放在工作或者家庭上,特别是在城市,很多人都不认识自己的邻居。

  4.What types of services, such as libraries or health centres, are available to the people who live in your area? Do you think there are enough of them?

  挺多的:在我住的区域有很多公共设施,比如学校、医院、娱乐设施、体育设施。不是很多:我们家附近只有最基本的公共设施,因为我来自一个不大的城市,但是这些设施已经能够满足大多数人的需求。

  5. Which groups of people generally need most support in a community? Why?

  老人:因为老人身体行动不便,生活中有很多需要帮助的地方,另外很多独居的老人更加需要关怀和问候。小孩子:他们需要成年人的爱护和教育,特别是当他们遇到问题的时候。

  6. Who do you think should pay for the services that are available to the people in a community? Should it be the government or individual people?

  个人应该付:特别是平时的用水用电、天然气、暖气、物业费或者有线电视费,因为这样才是最公平的。政府应该付:作为纳税人,公众理应享受大部分的服务和设施,特别是花费较大的基础设施建设,比如公园、道路、线路、医院、学校等。

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  剑桥雅思9Test4口语Part3范文:Helping other people

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  1. What are some of the ways people can help others in the community? Which is most important?

  Lots of people have useful skills. For example, some people are good at repairing things. They can help others in their community to save money by repairing something instead of using a paid service. I think this is the most important way because some people, especially elderly people, don’ t have much money.

  I think that a lot of people have some extra time that they can use to do things for other people in their community. For example, some elderly people find it exhausting to go to the shops to buy everyday items. If other people have time, especially if they are neighbours and are going to the shops to buy things for themselves, I think it is easy for them to help others.

  2. Why do you think some people like to help other people?

  I think that it makes a lot of people happy to know that they have done something that other people appreciate. I think a lot of people simply help others because they feel good when they get a smile and a thank- you in return.

  I know that many people help others just because they think it is a good thing to do, but there are many people who help others expecting that the other people will be able to help them in the future. From my experience, some of these people do something small for others, then expect something big in return.

  3. Some people say that people help others in the community more now than they did in the past. Do you agree or disagree? Why?

  I agree. I think people realise that they have to work together more and more to get things done. Nowadays, people don’ t have all the skills to do everything they need to do. For example, most people can use computers — at least the basic programmes — but they cannot repair them or even deal with minor software problems. So people have to help each other.

  I disagree. I think that people were much more helpful in the past. Nowadays, a lot of people are in a hurry to do their own things and they forget to help others. Also, a lot of people don’ t seem to know many of the people in their communities — especially in cities — and they often don’ t feel the need to try to help people they don’ t know.

  4. What types of services, such as libraries or health centres, are available to the people who live in your area? Do you think there are enough of them?

  There are plenty of services where I live, because I live in a major city. There are good educational facilities. There’ s a university nearby and several secondary and primary schools. The health facilities are very good, as we have two big hospitals in the area which have new medical technology. There’ s a library and you can go there to use the Internet for free, as long as you are a member. I think there are definitely enough facilities where I live.

  I think that the facilities where I live are quite basic. They’ re not bad, but I live in a village and our facilities are never going to be up to the samestandard as the big cities. We have a small clinic with two doctors and we have three schools — nursery, primary and secondary. We also have a community centre, which has a library and hosts cultural events, like films and concerts. I think what we really need are some sports facilities.

  5. Which groups of people generally need most support in a community? Why?

  I think that the elderly need the most support. They need help with many things — from shopping to health. It is very important for younger people to remember that they will be old one day. I think that it is a good idea to set an example for future generations and help the elderly in whatever way they need.

  I think that young children need the most support. Young children might find the world confusing, so older children and adults should help them in every way they can. Children not only need help with education, but also with learning about sport and culture.

  6. Who do you think should pay for the services that are available to the people in a community? Should it be the government or individual people?

  I think that individual people should pay. If you want or need to use services and facilities, then you should not expect other people to pay for you to do so. I think that there are a few exceptions. For example, I think basic health care should be provided by the government, because if people get sick they can affect the health of others.

  I think that the government should pay for most services and facilities. People pay a lot of money in taxes, so they expect to get some benefits from it. Many individual people do not have enough money to pay for things like higher education or health services. However, I do not think that the government should pay for facilities that people use for their free- time activities.

 

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