4月雅思口语Part1高难话题范文答案--letters and emails(信与电子邮件)
- 2016年04月19日15:47 来源：小站教育作者：小站雅思编辑
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雅思口语part1话题：letters and emails(信与电子邮件)，共有8个问题，皆配有答案，并针对此话题搜集了地道语料，相信可以帮助你整理出关于此话题的整体的答案的思路。
1. Do you write many letters or emails?
2. Who do you usually write to?
3. Do you prefer to write letters by hand or to use a computer?
4. What are the differences between emails and letters?
5. Is it hard to think of what to write?
6. How do you feel when you receive a letter or email?
7. Which do you prefer to make a phone call or write an email?
8. Do you think people will still write letters in the future?
1.Yes, I almost write emails for my clients as part of my job on a daily basis.
2.There are many things I have to write, for example, I usually write end user training for my clients to teach them how to use the system, or I write the development guide for my technical staffs to tell them how to code.
3.If I were to choose between the two, I’ll probably go with writing things with a computer. I believe that in the age of fast pace and a culture of efficiency, writing with computers can bring people convenience and efficiency. Whereas, hand writing stuff is really hard to share.
4.Well, between the two, a letter is printed or handwritten on actual paper and sent through the mail while an email is typed on a computer, tablet or smartphone and sent electronically. While emails have become a more popular way of communication for individuals and businesses, traditional letters still have a place in today’s modern, tech-oriented society.
5.Normally it seems like a daily routine for me to write emails to my clients about how to use the system; but if they complain to me about the poor user experience, I sometimes really find myself getting stuck in how to explain everything to cool them down.
6.I would be feeling excited to receive a letter or email from other because the sender has spent time writing it. Especially when someone writes to me to appreciate me or compliment me about my responsible work.
7.Well, if I were to choose between the two, I will probably go with writing an email because I can have plenty of time thinking about how to express my opinion correctly and clearly, besides, the whole conversation can be tracked in the mail list; whereas, you know, making a telephone call usually leads to misunderstanding because sometimes it is not very accurate and obscure.
8.I believe that as a major method of communication between people, letter writing has a vast and interesting history; besides, handwritten letters are personal. They show the receiver that someone has spent time and effort in communicating with them. They are a way of connecting two people that cannot be achieved through the impersonal use of texts or instant messages. Therefore, I feel that the handwriting letters are irreplaceable in the future.
1.There is so much value in hand written letters, people cherish them, they wait for them with anticipation, they open them in a ceremonial way, they keep them for years, they read them and re-read them multiple times.
I hope you too will decide to write a letter soon, the person at the receiving end will remember you forever.
学习表达：cherish, wait with anticipation, in a ceremonial way
2.the decline of the physical letter as a communication, with replacement by instant and ephemeral electronic media, will have a long term societal effect. We just don't yet know exactly what that will be.
学习表达：instant and ephemeral, with replacement by...
3.Hand written letters are always special no matter how good or bad is the handwriting of the person or the subject of the letter. Hand written letters also conveys that the person really means what he wrote. People tend to lie while texting but when it comes to handwritten letters our conscience encourages us to be candid and express exactly what we feel.
学习表达：又是一番对手写信的热情洋溢的讴歌。convey, means, tend, when it comes to
4.A lot of things about the letter make me yearn to receive or send one. Like the smell of a fresh letter. The way in which it was written. Every word from the heart. And one of the best things from the letters were the stamps. As a stamp collector, the yearning grows even more. I still remember how I used to search for a new stamp on the letters and patiently remove it from them, so that it can be added to my collection.
学习表达：yearn, the yearning grows
5.Putting aside the legal or obligatory stuff, I think that a hand-written letter is much more intimate and personal. It shows that you actually spent time writing it and even if you have a poor hand-writing, that would still be unique.
I'd been writing letters to my girlfriend who at that time was living abroad. And getting a letter from her about once in a month, with her hand writing and all that cannot even be comparable to getting a lousy e-mail.
That may have sounded just a little bit cheesy but with all the electronic and fabricated stuff surrounding us, we need more and more "personal touch" and hand-written letters are a good example of that.
学习表达：形容词intimate and personal, comparable, lousy,cheesy, 金句：with all the electronic and fabricated stuff surrounding us, we need more and more "personal touch" and hand-written letters are a good example of that.