托福口语如何练习最有效?
2020-01-10 16:14 | 编辑:川外外语培训中心  来自:未知 
导读:从事冒险活动是勇敢还是愚蠢?今天我们就来看看这个口语话题要怎么说? Some people think that risk-taking actions such as rock-climbing and skydiving requires a lot of bravery, while others think this is not brave, but simply foolish. Which view
  从事冒险活动是勇敢还是愚蠢?今天我们就来看看这个口语话题要怎么说?
 
  Some people think that risk-taking actions such as rock-climbing and skydiving requires a lot of bravery, while others think this is not brave, but simply foolish. Which view do you agree with and explain why.
 
  有些人认为冒险活动,比如攀岩和跳伞需要很大的勇气,而另外的人认为这不是勇敢,而是单纯的蠢。你同意哪个看法,并请解释原因。
 
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  A lot of experienced and inexperienced climb mountains every year, which one of the following adjectives would you use to describe this experience? Adventurous, frightening or foolish?
 
  很多有经验、没经验的人现在每年都爬山,你会用下面哪个词去形容这事?爱冒险的,令人恐惧的,愚蠢的?
 
  口语范文答案:
 
  Well, I’d definitely call these people brave. My understanding of the word “bravery” is that one is ready to face and endure danger. And these people are doing just that. They are out there jumping off a cliff, or jumping down from a plane, all of which ①takes a lot of nerve.Compared to them, my life as an ordinary office worker would ②have nothing to do with the word “bravery”. Everyday I’d get up, ③commute to my company, and ④punch the clock. Even if I had the chance to go skydiving, I’d probably say no. So I’d⑤give them a thumbs up.
 
  And as for the word “foolish”, I think we ⑥are not in the right position to call them that, because even if they are ⑦risking lives doing extreme sports, it’s their choices after all.
 
  我肯定会把这些人称为是“勇敢”的。我对“勇敢”这个词的理解是,你准备好了去面对和忍受危险,而这些人恰好就是在这么做。他们从悬崖上跳下来,或者从飞机上往下跳,这都需要很大的勇气。而和他们相比,我作为一个普通办公室员工的生活,就和“勇敢”没什么关系了。每天无非起床,通勤去公司,打卡上班。即使我有机会去跳伞,或许也会拒绝的。所以我要给他们点赞。
 
  至于“愚蠢”这个词,我觉得我们没资格这么说他们,因为就算他们为了做极限运动冒了生命危险,那毕竟也是他们自己的选择。

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