با مطالعه ی مباحث این قسمت قادر خواهید بود نمره 6.5 تا 8 را در آزمون IELTSکسب کنید. در صورتی که درک ساختار جملات یا حفظ مطالب این سری از دروس برای شما مشکل است و همچنین به تعداد کلمه ی بیشتری نسبت به کلمات این بخش نیاز دارید، می توانید با مطالعه ی مباحث در بخش آموزش عمومی زبان انگلیسی از اول تا سطح متوسطه (تا ترم دوازدهم ) دانش زبان خود را گسترش دهید و سپس به این قسمت بازگردید.
در این درس موضوع توصیف یک خانه ی ایده آل که دوست دارید در آن زندگی کنید،اسپیکینگ آیلتس پارت دوم و سوم در حد نمره ی 6.5 تا 8 مورد برسی قرار گرفته است. پس از خواندن سوالات، پاسخ ها را حفظ کنید.
IELTS Speaking part Two & Three aboutdescribe the ideal home, flat or house that you would like to live in with Answer and Vocabulary Band Score 6.5-8
Describe the ideal home, flat or house that you would like to live in
You should say:
- where it would be
- what type of house it would be
- how you would decorate it
- who you would like to live with
- explain why you would like to live in this kind of home.
If I were a billionaire and had the money, I would love to rent or buy a mansion for my own luxurious lifestyle. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve always dreamed to dwell in a place which resembles those in a fairy tale, or like Windsor Castle in England. So having a mansion of my own will enable me to fulfill my wildest childhood dreams. Anyway, my dream house will have a pretty antique look from outside, but extremely graceful and appealing to the eyes, with a small lake with fish swimming in. The walls of the house should be best painted in my fancy color which is blue, and there will be many plants and flowers around. The house will sparkle in the sunlight with some spacious gardens and the picturesque countryside landscapes. What strikes me most about the thought of living in a mansion is that I could experience a royal life and be served like a king. Wearing a gorgeous dress, enjoying a plenty of delicious and exotic foods, which are made by skilled chefs, walking in the marvelously beautiful gardens, I could live my life to the fullest.There are plenty of rooms that my family and friends could entertain in together. Also, collecting conventional arts is my hobbies. So you see, having an art gallery and marveling at the paintings in such a house would be an out-of-this-world experience.
QUESTIONS FOR PART 3
What are the biggest problems that people living in cities are facing?
There are two underlying problems stemming from urban overdevelopment. First, the young are striving to secure a job due to the fierce competition from the demanding labor market. Some fresh graduates have no alternative but maintain the unemployment status for a few years or reluctantly opt for the jobs not related to their field of study to make a living. Secondly, the increasing number of rural immigrants often poses a great burden to youths’ financial resources and the existing urban infrastructure, thus decreasing the overall living standard. For instance, young city dwellers from disadvantaged families cannot even afford proper daily meals and basic accommodation.
For most people, what is an ideal house?
I think if most people could choose any house they wanted, they would choose a private individual house rather than a flat. They'd also want something with a garden where they could have flowers and trees and even grow some vegetables. They would also want something big enough that they could have members of their family live with them or at least a place they could stay if they came for a visit.
What kinds of home do most people in your country live in?
Actually, most people live in a bungalow, I suppose. However, the trend now is that young people take out a mortgage for rented accommodation instead. I guess it is because more and more people want to lead an independent life, away from parental care and protection.
How are modern homes different from older homes?
I suppose there are a number of differences really. On the one hand, modern homes tend to be equipped with all the mod cons, ranging from well-furnished interior to state-of-the-art household appliances; you can come across many high-tech products in a modern house like vacuum cleaners and dishwashers. Meanwhile older homes are usually plain in their designs, with less furnishing and have gloomy interior design.
How has housing changed in your country?
Nowadays people live in flats and often these are in tall buildings if in big cities. In the past most people lived in houses even if they were small. Some cities had courtyard houses where many family members lived together, and there was a garden in the middle where they could enjoy the outdoors together. You've probably heard these. They are interesting to foreigners.
Do most people in your country live in an apartment or house?
Well, I guess it depends on the ages really. For young generation, there is a sweeping trend that they live more apart from their families and take out a mortgage for a rented apartment in the urban areas since they are dynamic and would love city life pretty much. For older citizens, living together with their children and grandchildren is usually the norm. As they’re old and weak, a house offers them the care and affection from others, which can hardly be found in an apartment.
Do you think moving to a new home can bring problems to people?
For certain indeed, the decision to leave one's current accommodation and relocate to another location can be a challenging experience for people. To be precise, most people will have to sort out many problems like hiring a pickup truck to carry their belongings or re-decorating their new residence to their liking. Not to mention that they are supposed to undergone some periods of stress and depression because they are not able to blend in well with the new living environment, or they happen to live next to annoying neighbors.
What are the differences between living in the countryside and living in a city?
Well, there is an array of different aspects between living in rural and urban areas. In terms of air quality, city-dwellers run a higher risk of catching respiratory diseases like asthma or lung cancer while their counterparts in the countryside can breathe fresh and quality air, which results in their better health condition. Another difference is the availability of developed facilities. In the major cities, the standard of living is way higher than that of the less developed rural regions. As a consequence, urban citizens seem to enjoy their life more because they can recharge their batteries at the cinema on the weekends or with their buddies once in a while.
Do young people in your country like to live with their parents or by?
From my perspective, the young generation today has a tendency to lead an independent life from quite early and would rather live on their own than with their parents near them. The reasons for this can be that small children are educated to do things by themselves and many students often migrate from rural areas to the urban ones to pursue tertiary education. This is a time they have to rely on themselves by going to the market to buy foods, wash their own clothes and so on. Gradually, this becomes a habit and the youths no longer want to see their parents regularly.
Do people in your country like to rent a place to live?
Yes, I do think so. The youths today would rather rent an apartment to live on their own or with a bunch of their friends than being together with their family members. I guess the reason behind this phenomenon is that young people crave for greater freedom and privacy than previously. They want to stay away from the care and affection from their parents and prove that they are mature and independent enough to lead a life of their choice.
How do people decide on the kind of housing they choose to live in?
In reality I don't think most people have a lot of choices, unless they are very rich, and these people are few in numbers compared to the general population. Most decide on flats because that is all they can afford. Usually people will try to choose something as close to their workplace as possible. Unfortunately, even in that there is not much choice and many people still have to spend a lot of time traveling to and from work.
How will housing change in the future?
I can imagine there will be more flats in the big cities that will be in taller buildings and with more modern facilities and equipment built into them. I hope though that some designers will do something to see that there are more park areas in between the buildings. I think city planners are making a big mistake by cramming in so much concrete. More green areas would be an important change to make in the future.
دسترسی به لغت ها و فلش کارت ها در این بخش محدود شده است، جهت دسترسی لطفا یکی از سرویس هایی که دسترسی به لغات و فلش کارت در آن فعال است را خریداری نماییدجهت دریافت سرویس آزمایشی رایگان اینجا کلیک کنید
با استفاده از ماژیک فسفری می توانید کلمات و بخش های مهم را برای خود علامت گذاری نمایید و هنگام پاسخ به آزمون از آنها استفاده کنید. برای از بین بردن بخش های رنگی دوباره روی آن کلیک نمایید.
هر تعدادی که دوست دارید دفترچه یادداشت ایجاد کنید و نکات مهم را در آن بنویسید.
برای استفاده از دفترچه یادداشت بر روی قسمتی از درس یا آزمون که می خواهید در آنجا نکته ی مهمی را قرار دهید کلیک نمایید.سپس در آن قسمت یک دفترچه یادداشت جدید ایجاد میشود و با کلیک بر روی آن می توانید بازش کنید و نکته های مهم را بنویسید.