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  • Hi and welcome to a help dot com's isles Test preparation videos in this video.

    嗨,歡迎來到a help dot com的isles測試準備視頻,在這個視頻中。

  • You will see a native english speaking american who would score a band nine for his performance on this interview.

    你會看到一個以英語為母語的美國人,他在這次採訪中的表現會得到9分。

  • Again, we've partnered with Kambli, a world class app that lets you connect with a native english speaking tutor anywhere anytime.

    我們再次與Kambli合作,這是一個世界級的應用程序,讓你隨時隨地與以英語為母語的導師聯繫。

  • And now for the month of March you can use this coupon code to get a 10% discount as well.

    現在,在3月份,你可以使用這個優惠券代碼,也可以獲得10%的折扣。

  • You can use this coupon code to get your 1st 15 minutes for free download Kambli today and begin improving your english for the next time you sit the aisles after the interview, you will see a lesson which explains why a native speaker may need to take the islets as well as why this candidate would score a band nine for over 100 hours of video lessons, six full exams and an interactive course visit and join us today at a help dot com.

    你可以使用這個優惠券代碼免費下載Kambli,並開始提高你的英語水平,以便下次你在面試後坐在過道上,你會看到一節課,其中解釋了為什麼一個以英語為母語的人可能需要參加islets,以及為什麼這個候選人會得到第九段的分數,超過100小時的視頻課程,六個完整的考試和一個互動課程,今天訪問並加入我們在a help dot com。

  • Now watch and learn.

    現在看一看,學一學。

  • Welcome to the speaking portion of the exam.

    歡迎來到考試的口語部分。

  • My name is Adrian.

    我的名字是阿德里安。

  • I will be your examiner for this part of the test.

    我將是你這部分考試的考官。

  • May I see your identification please?

    我可以看看你的身份證嗎?

  • As you may.

    如你所願。

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你。

  • And what is your full name?

    那你的全名是什麼?

  • My last name is Buchanan.

    我的姓是布坎南。

  • My first name is Davis but please call me Dave.

    我的名字是戴維斯,但請叫我戴夫。

  • Okay.

    好的。

  • Dave here is your identification back and I'm going to record this for marking purposes.

    戴夫,這是你的身份證明,我要把這個記錄下來,以便做標記。

  • The speaking has three parts that will give you instructions for each part for part one.

    發言有三個部分,會給你第一部分的每個部分的訓示。

  • I'd like to get to know you a little bit better and ask you some questions on a general topic.

    我想更多地瞭解你,並就一個一般的話題向你提出一些問題。

  • Where did you grow up?

    你在哪裡長大的?

  • So I was born in Monterey California.

    所以我出生在加利福尼亞州的蒙特雷。

  • But I actually grew up in long beach California.

    但實際上我是在加州長灘長大的。

  • What do you like to do for relaxing?

    你喜歡做什麼來放鬆自己?

  • I like to go swimming.

    我喜歡去游泳。

  • Um There's a good pool close to my home and I find that it's not only good exercise but it's a good way to unwind from the stresses of the work week.

    嗯 我家附近有一個很好的游泳池,我發現它不僅是很好的運動,而且是一個從工作周的壓力中放鬆的好方法。

  • Let's talk about vacation.

    讓我們來談談假期。

  • Okay what do you like to do on your vacations from work?

    好吧,你喜歡在下班後的假期做什麼?

  • I mostly enjoy going sightseeing and checking out a historical city such as Rome or doing something active.

    我最喜歡去觀光,看看像羅馬這樣的歷史名城,或者做一些活動。

  • Like going to hawaii for some R.

    比如去夏威夷的一些R。

  • And R.

    和R。

  • And doing some surfing.

    還做了一些衝浪運動。

  • How many days do you usually take for a vacation?

    你通常用多少天來度假?

  • I usually take about two weeks.

    我通常需要兩個星期左右。

  • Um just this just a month ago I took 14 days and went to Florida to visit a cousin of mine.

    嗯,就在這一個月前,我花了14天時間,去佛羅里達州看望我的一個表弟。

  • I usually find that this is enough time to relax and recuperate.

    我通常發現,這足以讓我放鬆和休整。

  • What was your favorite vacation until now?

    到現在為止,你最喜歡的假期是什麼?

  • That's a tough one.

    這是個難題。

  • I've had many good vacations.

    我有過很多美好的假期。

  • Um But if I had to choose one, I would have to say that my Alpine adventure this past winter to aspen colorado was one of the best snow.

    但如果我不得不選擇一個,我不得不說我在過去的冬天到阿斯本-科羅拉多的高山探險是最好的雪之一。

  • The powder was just perfect, so the weather was great and snowboarding was just second to none.

    粉末是完美的,所以天氣很好,滑雪板是首屈一指的。

  • If you could go anywhere for a couple of weeks to relax.

    如果你能去任何地方放鬆幾個星期。

  • Where would you go?

    你會去哪裡?

  • I think I would go to Costa rica.

    我想我會去哥斯達黎加。

  • Um Based on recent recommendations from good friends of mine.

    嗯 根據最近我的好朋友的推薦。

  • It seems like that's a very nice country to visit and I haven't been there yet.

    看起來那是一個非常好的國家,我還沒有去過那裡。

  • It sounds like the jungles are amazing and the surf is incredible.

    聽起來叢林很神奇,衝浪也很不可思議。

  • So that would be my next destination.

    所以那將是我的下一個目的地。

  • Have you visited another continent?

    你去過另一個大陸嗎?

  • Yeah, I sure have.

    是的,我當然有。

  • I've actually visited many countries around the world.

    實際上,我已經訪問了世界上許多國家。

  • I've been all over europe and I visited south America and Asia as well.

    我去過歐洲各地,也去過南美和亞洲。

  • What was your opinion about them?

    你對他們的看法是什麼?

  • I have different but good opinions about each place I've visited.

    我對我訪問過的每個地方都有不同但良好的意見。

  • Um For example I really enjoy the natural beauty that south America has to offer.

    例如,我非常喜歡南美洲所提供的自然美景。

  • Um and I love different cuisines such as the korean barbecue which is one of my favorites.

    嗯,我喜歡不同的美食,如韓國烤肉,這是我最喜歡的美食之一。

  • Okay that is the end of part one.

    好了,這就是第一部分的結束。

  • Now we will continue with part two for part two.

    現在我們將繼續第二部分的內容,進行第二部分。

  • Here is a card with some questions.

    這裡有一張帶有一些問題的卡片。

  • Please don't turn that over yet.

    請先不要把它翻過來。

  • Here is a pencil and here's some note paper.

    這裡有一支鉛筆,這裡有一些筆記紙。

  • You will have one minute to think of your answer, write notes if you wish and then you will have two minutes to speak.

    你將有一分鐘的時間思考你的答案,如果你願意,可以寫下筆記,然後你將有兩分鐘時間發言。

  • I will tell you when to start and when to stop.

    我將告訴你什麼時候開始,什麼時候停止。

  • Are you ready to begin?

    你準備好開始了嗎?

  • Okay go ahead, turn over the card and your one minute preparation time begins now.

    好的,繼續,翻開卡片,你的一分鐘準備時間現在開始。

  • Okay dave you're one minute preparation time is up, please begin speaking so I'd like to speak about my cousin jerry so he is one of the smartest people I know he not only has a degree in math from stanford University, but he owns his own business and has a family, a wife and a father of three Children.

    好的,達夫,你的一分鐘準備時間到了,請開始發言,所以我想談談我的表弟傑裡,他是我認識的最聰明的人之一,他不僅有斯坦福大學的數學學位,而且他擁有自己的企業,有一個家庭,一個妻子和三個孩子的父親。

  • He's of average height, he's got blue eyes, blonde hair, pretty well built guy who's always smiling.

    他身高一般,有一雙藍眼睛,金髮,身材相當好,總是面帶微笑。

  • He's my mom's older sister's son, so he's a little bit older than me.

    他是我媽媽的大姐的兒子,所以他比我大一點。

  • Um, Jerry's not only very intelligent, but also very hardworking, which is something I really admire about him.

    嗯,傑裡不僅非常聰明,而且非常勤奮,這是我非常欽佩他的地方。

  • Um, as I mentioned, he not only has a doctorate in math, But he also teaches part time, 3rd and 4th year students at University.

    嗯,正如我提到的,他不僅有數學博士學位,而且還在大學裡兼職教三、四年級的學生。

  • Um, he's also come up with some of his own math formulas and theories.

    嗯,他也想出了一些他自己的數學公式和理論。

  • In addition to this, he uses his math and people skills to build his brokerage firm, which he now runs with about 10 staff.

    除此之外,他還利用自己的數學和人際關係技巧建立了自己的經紀公司,現在他和大約10名員工一起經營這家公司。

  • And in his business, he makes lucrative investments on behalf of wealthy investors.

    而在他的業務中,他代表富裕的投資者進行有利可圖的投資。

  • Um, he's a very good father and he always pays attention to spending quality time with his wife and especially his three Children.

    嗯,他是一個非常好的父親,他總是注意與他的妻子,特別是他的三個孩子一起度過高質量的時間。

  • Uh, just last week we went on a picnic together and I joined them in the park and through some ball with the kids.

    呃,就在上週,我們一起去野餐,我和他們一起在公園裡,通過一些球與孩子們。

  • So he jerry has a very bright future ahead of him.

    是以,他傑裡有一個非常光明的未來。

  • I mean he's already uh, a very successful businessman and professor, but I really wouldn't be at all surprised if in the near future.

    我的意思是,他已經是呃,一個非常成功的商人和教授,但如果在不久的將來,我真的一點都不驚訝。

  • He will win some kind of award such as a Nobel prize even Okay, Dave, I'm going to stop you there.

    他將贏得某種獎項,如諾貝爾獎,甚至好吧,戴夫,我將阻止你。

  • You're two minutes is up.

    你的兩分鐘時間到了。

  • So please pass back the note paper, the pencil.

    所以請把紙條、鉛筆遞回去。

  • Thank you the card as well please.

    也謝謝你的卡片。

  • And now we will continue with part three for part three.

    現在我們將繼續第三部分的內容,進行第三部分。

  • I'm going to ask you some more questions related to the topic of part two.

    我還要問你一些與第二部分的主題有關的問題。

  • Are you ready to continue continue?

    你準備好繼續下去了嗎?

  • Let's talk about intelligence.

    讓我們來談談情報問題。

  • What makes a person intelligent?

    什麼使一個人變得聰明?

  • Well, there are many different criterias for intelligence and there are many different types of intelligence.

    嗯,有許多不同的情報標準,也有許多不同的情報類型。

  • But I would say a good indicator of general intelligence is the ability to problem solve.

    但我想說,一般智力的一個好指標是解決問題的能力。

  • So people who are, let's say better problem solvers than 95% of the population are considered to be intelligent.

    是以,比方說,比95%的人更善於解決問題的人被認為是聰明人。

  • Is this always true?

    這總是真的嗎?

  • Well not always.

    嗯,並不總是這樣。

  • There's, as I said, different types of intelligence.

    正如我所說,有不同類型的情報。

  • So let's say if a person is an extremely gifted painter, um that doesn't necessarily make them a good problem solver.

    所以我們說,如果一個人是一個極有天賦的畫家,嗯,這並不一定使他們成為一個好的問題解決者。

  • But that is also a form of intelligence.

    但這也是一種智慧的形式。

  • Some people feel that being very intelligent can also be a burden.

    有些人覺得,非常聰明也會成為一種負擔。

  • Do you agree with this notion?

    你同意這種觀念嗎?

  • I certainly do.

    我當然願意。

  • Um yeah, generally speaking the most intelligent among us are the ones that society relies on to solve our problems for us.

    嗯,是的,一般來說,我們中最聰明的人是社會所依賴的為我們解決問題的人。

  • So for example, my cousin jerry is faced with these types of issues sometimes when an investment doesn't pan out for one of his clients, then the blame falls on him.

    是以,例如,我的表弟傑裡有時會面臨這類問題,當他的一個客戶的投資沒有成功,那麼責任就會落在他身上。

  • It is often agreed that intelligence is very difficult to measure.

    人們通常認為,智力是非常難以衡量的。

  • Why is this?

    這是為什麼呢?

  • Well, it's because as I mentioned before, there are many different types of intelligence.

    嗯,這是因為正如我之前提到的,有許多不同類型的情報。

  • So to be more specific, there's kinesthetic intelligence, there's mathematical intelligence, spatial and artistic, just to name a few.

    是以,更具體地說,有動覺智能,有數學智能,有空間和藝術,僅舉幾例。

  • And while a person may be considered intelligent in one domain, it won't necessarily make them intelligent in another.

    雖然一個人可能在一個領域被認為是聰明的,但這不一定會使他們在另一個領域也變得聰明。

  • What are some of the greatest architectural achievements of the past 50 years?

    過去50年中,有哪些最偉大的建築成就?

  • Well, I would consider mega structures such as the Khalifa or the Three Gorges Dam in china to be great injuring marvels of the last half century.

    好吧,我認為像哈利法或中國的三峽大壩這樣的巨型建築是過去半個世紀的巨大傷害性奇蹟。

  • How about non physical achievements?

    非體能方面的成就如何?

  • Well, I would say that the most important non physical achievements of the last half century would have to be the internet um but also the mapping of the genome and perhaps virtual reality.

    嗯,我想說,過去半個世紀最重要的非物質成就必須是互聯網嗯,但也有基因組圖譜,也許還有虛擬現實。

  • What is needed for major accomplishments these days that are internationally recognized?

    這些天來,國際公認的重大成就需要什麼?

  • Well they have to be outstanding.

    那麼他們必須是傑出的。

  • Um to say the least.

    至少可以這麼說。

  • Um to set themselves apart.

    嗯,讓自己與眾不同。

  • I mean there are nearly eight billion people on the planet.

    我的意思是地球上有將近80億人。

  • So it takes quite the achievement to stand out from the crowd.

    是以,要從人群中脫穎而出,需要相當大的成就。

  • So for example, something like a cure for AIDS or a sprinter earning the 100 m dash in under nine seconds.

    是以,例如,像治癒艾滋病或短跑運動員在9秒內獲得100米短跑的成績。

  • How will the major achievements of today impact future societies?

    今天的重大成就將如何影響未來的社會?

  • I believe they will have a profound impact on future societies.

    我相信他們將對未來社會產生深遠的影響。

  • Um So for example, we spoke of the inter I spoke of the internet, the tools that we use today such as social media, facebook twitter instagram are already having a major impact on society as we know today and I think this will only continue in the future.

    是以,例如,我們談到了inter我談到了互聯網,我們今天使用的工具,如社交媒體,facebook twitter instagram已經對我們今天所知的社會產生了重大影響,我認為這在未來只會繼續。

  • Okay, that is the end of part three, that concludes the speaking portion of the Eilts exam.

    好了,第三部分到此結束,Eilts考試的口語部分也就結束了。

  • You will have your results in about two weeks time with the other portions of the test, have a great rest of your day, Dave remember to take your passport.

    你將在大約兩週後得到你的結果和其他部分的測試結果,祝你有一個美好的休息日,戴夫記得帶上你的護照。

  • Thank you, have a good day.

    謝謝你,祝你有個愉快的一天。

  • Bye to.

    再見。

  • Bye bye.

    再見。

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你。

  • So why do native speakers also need to take the outs exam?

    那麼,為什麼講母語的人也需要參加外部考試?

  • Well it's for the same reasons that all students take the exam, immigration education and work say that a person wants to emigrate from Canada to Australia.

    嗯,這是所有學生參加考試的原因,移民教育和工作說,一個人想從加拿大移民到澳洲。

  • There is no guarantee that they have a high level of english.

    不能保證他們有很高的英語水平。

  • Remember we live in a global society.

    請記住我們生活在一個全球社會。

  • So if they have no other proof of english, such as grade 12, they can be required to show I'll scores.

    是以,如果他們沒有其他英語證明,如12年級,可以要求他們出示I'll分數。

  • Also when students study abroad they have to show a certain level of english.

    此外,當學生在國外學習時,他們必須表現出一定的英語水平。

  • This can be a grade 12 score of 80% or grade B higher.

    這可以是12年級80%的分數或B級以上的分數。

  • And if they don't have this then it needs to be an exam score such as a band seven on aisles and third, even when native english speakers want to get a job working for an english as second language school, they have to show a high aptitude for the language Many es el schools these days require their teachers to have a band 8.5 or nine on the islets exam.

    第三,即使是以英語為母語的人想在英語作為第二語言的學校工作,他們也必須表現出對這門語言的高能力,現在許多英語學校要求他們的教師在islets考試中達到8.5或9級。

  • Now, Why does this candidate score a band 9?

    現在,為什麼這位候選人能得到9分?

  • This candidate would score a band nine because first of all his speech is natural, of course he's a native english, american born user of the language.

    這位候選人會得到九分,因為首先他的講話很自然,當然他是以英語為母語,在美國出生的語言使用者。

  • So his pronunciation, intonation, annunciation, word choice, use of expressions and idioms as well as sentence structures are perfect, secondly, he uses a great range of vocabulary.

    是以,他的發音、語調、注音、選詞、表達方式和成語的使用以及句子結構都很完美,其次,他使用的詞彙範圍很大。

  • He has excellent lexical resource third, he has great comprehension and coherence.

    他有優秀的詞彙資源第三,他有很好的理解力和連貫性。

  • Of course he understands every question clearly and he answers them accurately.

    當然,他對每個問題都理解得很清楚,而且回答得很準確。

  • He gives full answers, explanations and often provides examples.

    他給出了完整的答案、解釋並經常提供例子。

  • His part to response is complete with lots of detail and good structure.

    他的迴應部分是完整的,有很多細節和良好的結構。

  • This is what you need to do to get those nice high, I'll span scores, make sure to watch this video several times and practice at home.

    這就是你需要做的,以獲得那些漂亮的高分,我將跨越分數,確保看這段視頻幾遍,並在家裡練習。

  • Good luck.

    好運。

  • The next time you sit the aisles to see over 100 hours of video lessons like this one.

    下次你坐在過道上看到像這樣的100多個小時的視頻課程時。

Hi and welcome to a help dot com's isles Test preparation videos in this video.

嗨,歡迎來到a help dot com的isles測試準備視頻,在這個視頻中。

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