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 مکانی که مردم برای گوش کردن به موسقی به آنجا می روند،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 about describe a place you know where people go to listen to music with Answer and Vocabulary Band Score 6.5-8
Describe a place you know where people go to listen to music such as theater or a music hall.
You should say:
- where it is
- what kind of music is performed there
- what type of people go there
- why people go there
- how you know this place
- and explain your impressions of this place
I’m by nature a person who is quite keen on music, particularly acoustic guitar. Off the top of my head the spot I often pay a visit to when I’m stressed out by exams and assignments is an acoustic guitar cafe in the vicinity of my house. The coffee is quite cozy and spacious, and it can accommodate hundreds of people who share the same taste for acoustic music. It is a hot spot for teenage boys and girls who want to sing their favorite songs, and the cafe gives them opportunities to sing, accompanied by young guitarists. So I would say it serves acoustic guitar with most of the ballad songs that are all the rage amongst teenagers. Most people go there to let their hair down after backbreaking working days, and they really need a time on their own to appreciate the music and immerse themselves in the melodious songs performed by the dynamic young singers. It has been a while since I first came here. As the cafe is near my house and I was attracted to this place when I accidentally overheard a favorite ballad song of mine brilliantly sung with a sweet voice of a certain singer. Ever since, I have made a habit of frequenting this cafe, simply for recreational purposes at weekends when I'm quite free from work.
QUESTIONS FOR PART 3
What kinds of music do children generally listen to?
When it comes to children, I guess there is quite a limited selection of music types they often listen to. The most common one is children's music with the lyrics centering on facts about the natural world or what is actually happening around them. I often catch sight of parents butting on some songs like “Look the Yellow Butterfly”, or “When I'm grade 3”; the contents of such songs are about how colorful the butterfly is or the relationship between the children and teachers when a child gets to grade 3. There are of course other types of music, but they are far less popular and I think it’s not worth mentioning.
Do you think it is good for children to listen to music? Do you think that government should require all students to learn music?
Definitely. Scientists think that being exposed to music early in life increases a child’s ability to think creatively and intelligently. Even if that weren't the case, music is a wonderfully expressive art form that should be enjoyed by people of all ages. If children listen to music, they can learn a lot about the world and other people through lyrics, and begin to understand some of the issues people face in life. Listening to music is also really good fun and can be a way for children to let off their steam. In fact, I can’t think of a single reason why someone would think children shouldn’t listen to music.
Are you good at any kind of music?
People say that I’ve had a knack for music and that I have a musical instinct. I can often predict what’s going to happen in a song because I know about musical theory. Despite this, I can’t really play any instruments. I learnt the violin when I was ten years old but I felt it was over my head, and I was going nowhere so I quit after a short while. I sometimes think that if I’d make a concerted effort then I might be a skilled violinist by now.
Should music be free?What's your opinion of the question about the piracy of music? Do you agree that we should support music?
To a certain extent I guess. Music is by itself free as it is not uncommon to listen to songs broadcast free on TV or radio. However, if someone butts them into his or her personal IPod or Iphone, I reckon that she or he is supposed to pay a small fee for purchasing the music as a credit to the composer and the singer. After all if everything is shared for free, there would be no more motivation for others to contribute.
Do you think it's important for schools to have music classes for young children?
Definitely. Music classes introduce music to children at an early age and to those who otherwise would have no access to music. By fostering an interest in music early in a child's life, they are set for life. They're more likely to take up a musical instrument or king in a choir. Music classes can educate us about the role music plays in our daily lives that we might otherwise take for granted, such as soundtracks to movies or TV shows. Without music classes many children would grow up having very little knowledge of music beyond what they experience through the media or on the radio and this would waste a lot of potential.
Do you like to visit movie theaters?
Yes, I am really into seeing a movie at the theater with my buddies when I’m free at the weekend. We would just have a snack of fried chips and chicken before taking the lift to the top floor and watch a blockbuster there.
What do old people like to listen to? Why do you think old people like old songs?
My guess is that the old generation would show a big preference for old songs, particularly the ballad or love story. Those songs usually contain meaningful lyrics and give them a golden chance to reflect on their life a bit. Besides, such melodious pieces of music are great ways to let their hair down and to immerse themselves in the soft and meaningful music I’d say. I wouldn’t forget to mention songs with a theme on wars as they remind the elderly of their miserable time and all the hardship they had to suffer when the country was still in poverty.
Why do you think people of different age groups have different favorite songs?
Simply speaking, people of different ages belong to different groups and each group has its own norms. So, teenagers are under the influence of other members in the group and would go for the latest pop songs of current artists on TV or songs that go viral on the social networks. Meanwhile, the older and more mature group would rather look back on past values and prefer old songs that usually have something to do with their life some 40 years ago. What I’m trying to say is they can recall bitter or sweet memories from those pieces of music.
Why do some people like to play music play a musical instrument in the open?
As far as I'm concerned, when you are out in the open air and hold your musical instrument, sing a song, you not only give yourself but others a great time as well. From my personal experience, I have seen many university students gather around in the park, surrounded by a lot of trees and sing group songs with their guitar. This is great fun you know, just imagine everyone feeling the beat and dance to the tunes of the songs, or many other passers-by stopping for a while to enjoy the song.
Do you think children should learn how to sing?
No, I wouldn’t actually say it is all that necessary, simply because it’s something that we are all able to do inherently, regardless of whether or not we’ve been taught. So unless a child is really serious about becoming a singer, I'd say there’s no real need for them to learn how to sing.
What are the differences in the music that young and old people listen to?
To be honest, I suppose there are a handful of differences, one of which would be that young people, on the whole mainly like listening to pop music, whereas the older generation tend to be more into listening to more traditional music, like folk music, and even old revolutionary songs.
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.