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  • Hi, I'm Jessica Beck with IELTS Energy TV and the podcast IELTS Energy.

    嗨!我是主持 IELTS Energy TV 以及 IELTS Energy 播客的 Jessica Beck。

  • We also have a website with an online IELTS course, ielts.allearsenglish.com.

    我們還有一個網站提供雅思線上課程:ielts.allearsenglish.com。

  • Today we're gonna focus on the strategy for answering speaking part three questions.

    今天我們要談的是雅思考試口說第三大題的應考策略。

  • Now, a couple things that you need to know first.

    首先你必須知道幾件事情。

  • Speaking part three, the whole thing, all of speaking part three, lasts for four to five minutes, and the examiner wants to ask you four to six questions in that time, all right.

    整個第三大題會花上 4 到 5 分鐘,考官會想問你 4 到 6 個問題。

  • So I know that we practice speaking part two, speaking for two minutes.

    我們之前練習過口說第二大題,持續講上 2 分鐘。

  • That often confuses students because they think they have to talk for that long as well in speaking part three.

    這點常常混淆學生,他們以為在第三部分中也要講那麼久。

  • No no no no no.

    不,絕對不是這樣。

  • If you try to talk for too long in speaking part three, a couple things are gonna happen.

    如果你在第三部分講得太久,可能會出現下列情形。

  • First of all, you're gonna probably wander off-topic, and I see this a lot.

    第一,你可能會偏離主題,這點是常見的錯誤。

  • You might even forget the question you're answering.

    你可能會忘記一開始的題目是什麼。

  • I see that all the time because students get nervous and they just keep talking and talking and then they kinda stop and they're like, what was the question again?

    這很容易發生,因為學生會緊張、一直講一直講,然後停滯下來,思考最初的問題到底是什麼。

  • So another reason to follow this very organized simple strategy.

    又一項理由,你應該遵循這個非常有組織又簡潔的策略。

  • You don't wander, you stay on topic, you don't forget the question.

    你不會離題,你聚焦在題目上,你不會忘掉題目。

  • The other thing is that you won't repeat yourself because that's another thing that students do, well anyone does really.

    再者你也不會重複自己說過的話;這點也是學生常犯的錯誤—其實每個人都會。

  • If you talk for too long about one thing, you're going to repeat yourself.

    講同一個主題太久,你就會繞回已經說過的事情。

  • All of these things I'm talking about, they are all negative, obviously, and they all hurt your score.

    我提到的這些事情,當然都是負面的,都會降低你的分數。

  • And they could all be summed up in one way, unorganized answers, all right.

    而且這些都可歸類為同一件事情:未經組織的答案。

  • So that's why this trick is so important.

    這就是為什麼這項技巧很重要。

  • The structure that you need to practice for every speaking part three answer: opinion, reasons with very specific examples and details, and then one sentence conclusion.

    應對每一題你應該練習的策略是:個人意見、理由,搭配精確的實例及細節、一句話總結。

  • Now in our course, we give you all the linking words, all the vocabulary, the high level vocabulary you need to impress the examiner within this structure.

    在我們的課程裡會談到連接詞語、所有的字彙,在這個架構中用來驚豔考官的高階單字。

  • But today, I wanna give you just some example answers that show you this structure, all right?

    但今天我想給你一些簡單的回答範例,弄懂這個架構,好嗎?

  • Let's see, so what if the examiner says, sorry I just looked down at my notes.

    好,如果今天考官說......抱歉我看了一下我的筆記。

  • What if the examiner says, why is food such an important part of celebrations and festivities?

    如果考官問:「為什麼食物會是慶祝活動與節慶中如此重要的元素?」

  • So my answer would be, well honestly to my mind, food is so important because it brings out a communal aspect when everybody is eating together within the celebration, the party, the event, whatever, any time huge groups of people get together, food is always an important part.

    我的答案可能會是:我想食物之所以如此重要,是因為它能帶出共同社群的一面;每當一群人聚在一起慶祝,在派對上、任何活動場合裡,食物都非常重要。

  • Maybe because if it is a huge event, it will last for hours and people get hungry.

    可能是因為是場大活動,活動會持續很多個小時,大家會肚子餓。

  • But I think going back to this communal aspect, for example, if you're at a wedding celebration or a birthday party or any sort of traditional event like Chinese New Year, food is a central part.

    但回到剛剛共同社群的概念,比如你去參加一場婚禮,或是一場生日派對,或各種傳統節慶像是農曆新年,食物都是備受矚目的一環。

  • Not only do people make the food together, but then they enjoy it together.

    人們不只一塊準備食物,他們也一起享受食物。

  • So maybe because there are so many steps in this process to enjoying the food that it helps bring people closer together during these events and celebrations.

    也許由於張羅食物的程序包含這麼多步驟,人們在各種活動與慶祝場合裡拉近了彼此的距離。

  • So, to sum up, I think food is so important just simply because it's necessary.

    總結來說,食物之所以重要是因為它不可或缺。

  • There, that's my answer.

    以上就是我的答案。

  • So you can rewind this of course, watch this, well you don't have to rewind, it's YouTube.

    當然你可以倒帶重看一次。噢你不需要倒帶,這是 YouTube 耶!

  • You can go back and watch this as many times and take notes on how I followed that structure.

    你可以回到前面,想重看幾次都行,看我如何遵循這個架構、筆記下來。

  • Also take notes on any vocabulary that you think is interesting.

    也別忘了記下任何你覺得新奇有趣的單字。

  • All right let's answer one more question on the same topic.

    好啦,我們再用同樣的主題來回答另一個問題。

  • I wrote down the questions beforehand, that's why I'm glancing at my notes.

    我事先寫下了一些問題,所以才低頭看筆記。

  • Let's see, have traditions in your country, have traditional celebrations in your country changed in recent years?

    問題是:「在你的國家裡,近幾年來傳統、傳統慶祝活動是否有所改變?」

  • And my answer would be, yeah, definitely, definitely celebrations have changed in recent years, simply because everything has changed in recent years for the sole reason of the rapid evolution of technology.

    我的答案會是:當然,近幾年來慶祝活動有所不同;很多東西都為了同樣一個理由—快速的科技演進而改變。

  • I think it has detracted from traditional family celebrations such as Christmas, such as birthdays, New Year, weddings, any integral event that is part of a culture is now changed because people are always on their phones.

    我認為科技危害了傳統家族節慶,像是聖誕節、生日、新年、婚禮,任何文化相關的聚會場合現在都變得不一樣了,因為人們無時無刻不盯著自己的手機。

  • And even in the middle of a conversation, if people can't remember something, and sorry to say, I'm guilty of this, if people can't remember something like oh what was the name of that actor in that movie from the 1980s?

    甚至講話講到一半,當人們忘記某件事情—抱歉我也會犯這個毛病—當人們記不起來......噢 1980 年代那部電影的演員叫什麼名字?

  • This happens to me and I, personally I'm trying really hard not to go for my phone in these situations.

    我常遇到這情況,那種時候我很難不去用我的手機。

  • I'm trying to directly communicate with the people around me.

    我正在嘗試著和周邊的人直截了當地進行溝通。

  • So to sum up, I guess traditional celebrations have changed in a negative way because of technology.

    因此總的來說,我認為在科技影響之下,傳統慶祝活動出現了負面轉變。

  • All right, so, I did not rehearse those answers beforehand.

    好了,我並沒有事先演練那些答案。

  • I did not even think about them beforehand.

    我甚至沒有預先思考過。

  • So you can see exactly how a native speaker would organize these ideas in a natural way.

    這樣你就能完全看到一個母語者會如何自然地組織這些想法。

  • Even my pauses while I'm searching for vocabulary, that is a natural part of communication, all right.

    就算我在回想某個單字的時候有停頓,那也是交談中很自然會出現的情況。

  • So please again watch this video a couple times.

    請重複觀看這部影片幾次。

  • If you do want to get into our IELTS course available now, go to ielts.allearsenglish.com.

    如果想加入我們正在進行中的雅思課程,請到 ielts.allearsenglish.com。

  • Again we give you all the linking words, all the vocabulary, to make sure you hit that seven or eight on speaking part three.

    再次強調,我們會教你所有連接詞、字彙,來確保你在第三大題拿到 7 或 8 分。

  • All right, have a good day, thanks for watching.

    好啦,祝你有個美好的一天,謝謝收看!

Hi, I'm Jessica Beck with IELTS Energy TV and the podcast IELTS Energy.

嗨!我是主持 IELTS Energy TV 以及 IELTS Energy 播客的 Jessica Beck。

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