Do you work or are you a student?
What is your favourite subject?
Do you like studying?
Where do you study? / What school do you study at? How do you go to school every day?
Is your school a good place for studying?
Do you like your school?
What do you like most about your school?
How do you think your school could be improved?
How much (how many hours) study do you do every week? Do you work or are you a student?
What work do you do?
Do you enjoy that work?
Why did you choose to do that type of work?
How do you go to work every day?
How long do you work every week?
Would you say that’s a good company to work for?
Would you like to change the place where you work?
How do you think your workplace could be improved?
What’s the most important part of your work?
Do you do anything that especially helps you in your work?
How do you think you could improve your efficiency at work?
Do you live in a house or a flat?
Have you lived there for a long time?
What’s the difference between where you are living now and where you have lived before?
What's your favourite room?
What kinds of places would you like to live in (in the future)?
Where is your hometown?
Is that a big city or a small place?
How long have you been living there?
Do you like your hometown?
Is there anything you dislike about it?
What do you like most about your hometown?
Do you like living there?
Please describe your hometown a little.
Do you think you will continue living there for a long time?
Have you ever met a celebrity in real life?
Who is your favourite movie star?
Are international superstars popular in your country?
Do you think you are a good friend for others?
What kinds of people do you like to make friends with?
Do you keep in touch with friends from your childhood? What do you think makes good friends?
Your Living Area
Where are you living at the moment? / Where do you live at the
Have you lived there for a long time?
Do you like living there?
Do you know many people living nearby?
Are you planning to move to another area to live?
What changes have you seen in this area?
What improvements would you like to see in this area? (Different to above) What changes do you expect to see in this area?
What do street markets sell?
What is the difference between street markets and supermarkets?
Do you often go to the supermarkets?
Are there many streets in China?
Do you prefer to be indoors or outdoors?
Did you like to go outside when you were young?
Did you often go over to your friends’ house when you were young?
Is it important for children to play outdoors?
Do you enjoy living in the countryside?
Have you ever lived in the countryside?
What do you usually do in the countryside?
Will you live in the countryside in the future?
Tea and Coffee
Do you prefer to drink tea, or coffee?
When was the last time you drank some tea or coffee?
When you go out, do you most often drink tea or coffee? Which is more popular in your country, drinking tea or drinking coffee?
Do people in your country usually offer tea or coffee to guests who visit them at home?
Would you say you are a patient person?
Would you be impatient if someone is late for an appointment with you?
Do you think you are more patient now than in the past?
Do you think you will be more patient in the future? Would you say people in your city are generally patient?
When do you listen to music?
How much time do you spend listening to music every day? What kinds of music do you like to listen to?
What’s your favourite kind of music?
Have you ever been to a music concert?
What's the weather like in your city?
Has the weather in your country changed very much over recent years?
Do you have a favourite type of weather?
Would the change of weather affect your mood? / Why? Would you move to another city that has completely different weather to where you live now?
Do you wear jeans?
How often do you wear jeans?
Do you like to wear jeans?
Why do you think jeans are popular in China?
Has your voice ever changed?
Do you like your own voice?
Do you enjoy recording your voice and listening to it?
What’s your favourite hairstyle?
How often do you have your haircut?
Do you often change your haircut?
What wild animals do you like most?
Have you ever seen any wild animals before?
Do you like to go to the zoo?
Have you ever kept pets?
Do you want to be a movie star?
What kinds of movies do you think young people like?
Do your friends like this movie?
What’s your favourite movie?
Why do some people throw rubbish on the streets?
What do you do with rubbish when you are on the streets? How do you feel when you see people throw rubbish on the streets?
Do you think your city is clean or not?
Do you like perfume? / Why?
Do you wear perfume?
Do you have many bottles of perfume? / Why?
What kind of perfume do you like?
Have you ever given perfume as a gift? / Why?
Would you ever give perfume as a gift?
How much would you like to spend on a bottle of perfume? / Why?
Do you think math is important?
Do you think it is difficult to learn math well?
Are girls generally good at math?
Do you often use a calculator?
Will you learn other languages in the future?
Do you think it is difficult to learn a new language?
What language can you speak?
Why do you learn language?
What do you usually do on weekends?
Has your daily routine changed? And how?
What are the differences between people’s daily routine in the past and that at the present?
Will you change your daily routine in the near future?
How often do you use social networking applications?
Why do you use social networking applications?
What are the disadvantages of social networking apps?
Do you think it is good to make friends online?
Do you like taking photos?
How often do you take a photo?
Do you prefer to take pictures by yourself, or to have others take them for you?
Do you prefer to take pictures with your mobile phone, or with a professional camera?
In what situations do you take photos?
Do you like to take pictures of your city?
How do you keep your photos?
Which holiday is your favourite?
How do you usually spend your holidays?
Do you think people need more public holidays?
How many public holidays do you have in China?
When do you need to be focused?
What may distract you when you are trying to stay focused?
What do you do to help you concentrate?
Is it difficult for you to stay focused on something?
Do you think people will walk more in the future?
Do you walk a lot?
Do you walk more often than in the past?
Where do you usually take a walk?
Have you ever borrowed a book from others?
Have you ever lent a book to others?
Have you ever borrowed money from someone else?
Would you lend money to someone else?
Do you like to lend things to others?
Do you like travelling?
What kinds of cities do you like to travel to?
What is the most beautiful place you have been to (in your country)?
Where would you like to travel for a vacation? / Why? Would you prefer to travel to one place or to different places
on a vacation?
Do you think travelling is difficult?
Do you like reading?
What kinds of books do you read?
Do you read electronic books?
Do you read books related to your profession?
Do you like to smile?
When do people smile at others?
Do you smile when people take pictures of you? Can you recognize a fake smile?
What is the hardest part about making plans? What is the last plan you made?
Do you make plans every day?
Are you good at managing your time?
Do you keep in touch with your relatives?
Do you often visit your relatives? / Why?
What do you do together when you visit them?
When was the last time you visited them? / What did you do? Do you prefer to spend time with friends or relatives?
1.Describe a person who is good at his or her job.
2.Describe a person who often travels by plane.
3.Describe a foreign star you want to meet in person.
4.Describe a person who often helps others in spare time.
5.Describe a child who made you laugh.
6.Describe a person who has interesting ideas or opinions.
7.Describe a friend who encouraged you to achieve a goal.
8.Describe a singer or band you like.
9.Describe a person who speaks foreign language well.
10.Describe a school you went to in your childhood.
11.Describe a place where you read and write (not your home).
12.Describe a place you remember well that is full of colors.
13.Describe a new public place you would like to visit.
14.Describe a historical building you have been to.
15.Describe a park/garden you like visiting.
16.Describe a beautiful sky you enjoyed seeing.
17.Describe a picture or photograph you like in your room.
18.Describe a gift that took you a lot of time to prepare.
19.Describe a toy you got in your childhood.
20.Describe piece of clothing that you enjoy wearing.
21.Describe a special thing you took home from a tourist attraction.
22.Describe a situation when you celebrated your achievement.
23.Describe an experience when you visited a friend.
24.Describe a time you were sleepy but had to stay awake.
25.Describe a journey you went on by car.
26.Describe a time when you first met someone.
27.Describe an experience when you won a prize.
28.Describe a good experience of online shopping.
29.Describe a time when you spent a lot of money on something.
30.Describe a special day that made you happy.
31.Describe a leisure activity you do with your family.
32.Describe an experience you solved a problem through the Internet.
33.Describe a time that the vehicle broke down during your travel.
34.Describe an unusual vacation you had.
35.Describe a time you invited family members or friends to have dinner at home or in a restaurant.
36.Describe a time you received a call from somebody you didn’t know when you were in a public place.
37.Describe a time you gave others advice.
38.Describe a time you got incorrect information.
39.Describe a time you got up early.
40.Describe a film you would like to share with your friends.
41.Describe a piece of advice you received on your subjects or work.
42.Describe a TV programme you liked when you were little.
43.Describe an award you really wanted to win.
44.Describe an advertisement you remember well.
45.Describe a quiz or game show you watched on TV.
46.Describe a practical skill you learned.
47.Describe something you do to stay healthy.
48.Describe a water sport you want to try in the future.
本次考试考题精选范例解析 1.Do you like watching films? Analysis: 喜好类话题，建议考生使用“大小举例法”进行扩展。Sample Answer:
Yea, I’m really into comedies, like Home Alone and Cheaper by the Dozen. I feel they can help me know about American cultures, and at the same time, I get a kick out of watching these movies especially when I feel depressed.
题，比如work/travel/hometown/stars/market等，也增加了一些稍微抽象的话题，比如tiredness/voice 等，当然还有一部分是去年的常考题目，比如friends/movies等，建议考生在准备part1 的话题时一定要去多开口练习，可以根据自己的真实经历来讲即可，不必过多套用模板或者是句型。
再来看整个part2的话题情况，口语part2的新题都比较新颖，比如出现了“美丽天空”--Describe a beautiful sky you enjoyed seeing. 其实上个季度中part1 中有sky 这个话题，考生可以参考之前part1 准备过的一些素材。此外，很多话题也是从早前的旧话题翻新过来的，比如“地区特产”Describe a popular product made in your region. 这个话和之前的part2 的“纪念品”很相似，准备过的考生可以适当把之前的内容加以适当改编既可。part2的某些话题可以适当进行合并，因为part2 的话题卡目前是有50多个，每个都准备一个素材的话，需要大量的精力，有很多话题其实是可以使用同一个素材库的。
题目The table shows the percentages of different age groups who enjoy three types of music in Australia.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
写作指导 1. 注意时态，没有年份的情况下用一般现在时态。
重点表达式It can be readily identified from the graph that …
XX proves most appealing to those falling in the age bracket between ___ and ____.
XX enjoys greatest popularity among those aged from ___ to ___.
XX is evidently a less attractive option to ___ than XX is. 题目评价难度一般
题目The world of work is changing rapidly and people cannot depend on the same job or same conditions of work for life. Discuss the possible causes for this rapid change and give your suggestions on how people should prepare work in the future. 题目翻译工作在发生的快速的变化，人们已经不能依赖于一辈子做同一份工作。讨论这个快速变化的潜在原因，并且给出建议人们应该如何对未来的工作进行准备。
写作范文 Permanency used to be a salient, immutable feature characterizing paid jobs in the past. Now, such trait has been stripped from our modern understanding of what a job means to us. Frequent switching between tangentially related lines of career has almost become a norm. The causes are diverse, yet there are effective strategies to prime contemporary working adults for such drastic changes.
One prominent cause motivating such radical shift lies in the dawn of novel technologies and inventions that transform the landscape of many traditional industries and sectors. Cutting-edge technologies are actively and indiscriminately adopted and incorporated into industrial practice, rendering jobs that rely heavily on manual power obsolete and generating plenty of new jobs for which technologies could do most of the