1. What kinds of social networking websites do you like to use?
Um…I suppose the main one I use is weibo, which is basically the equivalent of Twitter in the West. And um… as well as that, I occasionally use a website called renrenwang, which is essentially a Chinese version of Facebook, although I don’t really use it as much as I used to, because I think weibo’s a bit better.
“你喜欢使用哪种社交网站?”这里的回答是微博，考生可以注意一下，开始的“Um…I suppose……”似乎是有停顿的，但是为什么还能够得高分呢?其实雅思口语适当的停顿并不是坏事，有时候还能够给大家思考答案的时间，上述的I suppose其实就表明了回答者在思考。再来看which is……非限定性定语从句，对微博的解释，相当于西方的Twitter。And um… as well as that连接词，顺承到人人网的介绍，中文版的脸书，及其优势。整个回答十分完整，定语从句和让步状语从句使句式避免单一，词汇显然是合格的。有明显的连接词和交流标记词，虽然有停顿但是能够给人一种在思考，与人交流的感觉，所以整个回答不管是从词汇，句式还是连贯度上都是非常优秀的范文，而且能够让人感受到交流的氛围是十分难能可贵的。
the equivalent of – 相等于
Chinese version – 中国版
2. Is it easy to find real friends on a social networking site?
I’m honestly not that sure because I’ve never really made a big effort to find friends on the Internet, but thinking about it, I’d say it’s probably not that easy, although it’s definitely possible, because um… I think you never quite know someone properly until you’ve met them in the flesh. At least that’s been my experience anyway!
“在社交网站上交到真正的朋友简单吗?”——首先，坦白的说，是不确定的，因为没有试图在社交网站上交过朋友。但是but thinking about it, I’d say it’s probably not that easy, although it’s definitely possible, because转折连词和交流标记词同时使用，陈述自己的看法……整个衔接是非常紧密的。而且在句式词汇上的运用也是没有问题的。同时也能够给人以英式思维思考交流的感觉。所以综合起来此答案也在8分的水平。
Properly - thoroughly, completely; 彻底地
In the flesh - 本人
At least that’s been my experience anyway! - 至少按照我的经验是这样的!
1.How do you usually spend your spare time?
Actually, I enjoy being alone in my spare time during the week. Cos I am a lone ranger and I would like to read some books or listen to the mucic for relax. But on the weekends, I’m eager to reconnect with others and to share joyful and fun times together.
be eager to 渴望
2.Why do some young people dislike living with old people?
Well, young people generally dislike living with old people because they feel that they have no freedom that way.If they live on their own, they can decide what to eat and what time to get up and go to bed. They can also invite friends and colleagues over and throw parties with them whenever they want.
3.What do you usually do when you hang out with your friends?
A lot of the times when I meet my friends we'll have a party at my house. Its good to have a pot luck, where each person will bring food or drink and we'll just put it all together and sit around chatting or playing games. We could start in the morning, but before we know it it'll be the evening. Like they say, "Time flies when you're having fun".
a pot luck家常便饭
4.Do you like to spend time on your own or with your family/friends?
Well, sometimes I prefer to be alone. For example, after a hard day at work, I just want to relax without anybody disturbing me. Those are the times that I might meditate on the meaning of life, or just savour some fond memories. On the other hand, sometimes I want to be with my friends. For example, over weekends, I like to go out with them and enjoy their stimulating company.
disturbing 打扰 meditate 沉思
savour 品位 stimulate 兴奋
和a leader you respect有关的3个问题
题目是关于a leader you respect，来看一下相关的3个问题及答案：
1.In your culture, what kinds of people can be leaders?
Well, generally Chinese people think a leader should be able to clarify direction through strategies and provide guidance for other people. So leaders must be individuals who establish and reinforce core behavioral values, select the talent and provide guidance for decision-making and on-going talent development.
clarify 明确 strategy 战略
reinforce core behavioral values 强化核心行为价值观
2.Has there been a change in the characteristics that leaders should have?
Um...well,I think the historic view of the leader is one of command and control, where the leader takes a strong role in issuing directives and enforcing their execution. However, in today's fast-changing world, the leader should be more concerned with ensuring clarity around overall direction and finding ways to support key resources and teams in their pursuit of strategy.
issuing directives 发布指令
enforcing their execution 强制执行
3.Many women are earning more money now, does it mean that they can be leaders?
Well, women can definitely be leaders. In fact, they can be great leaders. In our world today, many successful women occupy high positions in a company or even in a government and it’s not uncommon at all. Hilary Clinton, for instance, is even fairly likely to be president of the United States. My mom runs a small clothing company and there are over 100 people working for her. So, yeah, I don’t think it’s because women are earning more that they can be leaders. Men and women are the same and as long as you’re capable, you can be a leader, regardless of your gender.