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Unformatted text preview: it’s my belief that…
There are many reasons
There are probably/obviously/a number of factors involved./ explanations for this. How important is your native
language in the world today? Personally, I think Chinese is fairly important in East Asia, but not that important in the rest of the world. Chinese is one of the official languages of the United Nations, but I would say that is simply thanks to the fact that China has such a large population. As we know, English is used as the primary language in many countries whereas Chinese is not. Still, Chinese is becoming more useful and popular because more and more countries want to trade with China, especially in East Asia. What do you think of the Olympic games?
Are they necessary for the world?
Are Well, I don’t think I’m very much into the Olympics. As far as I’m concerned they are a waste of time and money. There is too much nationalism and pressure on the athletes. For example , in this year’s Olympic games, ways of Medal Standings rank were introduced in different countries so as to show a priority of their own countries. I also think that they have became too commercialized and that they’ve been taken over by big companies. Many people find advertising informative. Ot
Many Well, I suppose both are true. Advertising informs you about new products and what they contain. Without advertising we would know less about goods and services on offer. As to the question of unnecessary products and services, this is subjective. What I may consider as unnecessary another person might consider necessary. speculate
speculate How should we begin?
I reckon that in years to come we will see/witness a number of changes related to this.
I’m sure that in the not so distant future there are going to be a few forthcoming changes with regard to… Speculate answer structure
Speculate First speculation
Initially,/to begin with,/ primarily,/ first of all,/ first and foremost,
It looks quite probable that we are going to have…
I’d predict that we will most likely have…
I guess that we might begin to see… Speculate answer structure Second speculation
At the same time,/ as well as this,/ I suppose we might even be able to see…
Some people claim that we will probably… Speculate answer structure How should we say if we’re uncertain about our speculations?
And who knows,/and you never know, it could be even be possible that we’ll see the arrival of…
And I know it’s a bit of a crazy thought, but one day we may even have… In the future, do you think that books
printed on paper will disappear?
printed Well, I don’t think so. Printed books have lots of advantages over ebooks. You can read them whenever you like, whether you’re in the bath or on the train. You can write notes in them as well. Ebooks may become cheaper and more popular in the future, but I think we will still have printed books. Describe In what ways can music affect our feelings?
I think it is pretty much depend on what kind of music you actually listen to. Pop music can lift our spirits and cheer us up. Some heavy rock music can make us want to dance and get excited. Light music, on the other hand, usually calms us down and makes people feel relaxed. How to get “7”
in the speaking part? Have already got a good base of English show language abilities required in the exam
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There is a legend about a bird which sings just
once in its life, more sweetly than any other
creature on the face of the earth. From the
moment it leaves the nest it searches for a thorn
tree, and does not rest until it has found one.
Then, singing among the savage branches, it
impales itself upon the longest, sharpest spine.
And, dying, it rises above its own agony to outAnd,
carol the lark and nightingale.
carol One superlative song, existence the price. But
the whole world still to listen, and God in His
heaven smiles. For the best is only bought at
the cost of great pain.
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