雅思口语题库part2原创高分范文：有趣的邻居（interesting neighbour of yours）
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给大家带来地道的7分口语范文，关于人物类的话题：interesting neighbour of yours(有趣的邻居)，故事有关：Adalric先生是一个英俊的帅哥，穿着随性对发型要求很高，常常辅导“我”的英语写作，在我忘记带钥匙的时候还会带我去他家。如何迅速get到native speaker的口语范文精髓呢?口语水平的提高需要一段很长时间积累的过程，所以找对口语范文很关键。如何学习雅思口语范文：1.native speaker的地道用词，2.丰富灵活的动词，3.高分句型并熟练背诵之。话不多说，口语范文自取：
Describe an interesting neighbour of yours
You should say:
Who the person is
How did you know this person
And explain why you think this neighbour is interesting
3.故事线：Mr. Adalric 是一个英俊的帅哥，穿着随性对发型要求很高，常常辅导“我”的英语写作，在我忘记带钥匙的时候还会带我去他家。
I live in Stuttgart in Germany and accompany my parents in a medium-size apartment. I have a neighbour named Mr. Adalric who lives in the next door of us.
Mr. Adalric is a highly extrovert man with the look of an adventurer. He is around six feet in height and loves to be casual always in his attires. I have never seen him wearing any formal clothes even when he attends his office. But he is cautious about his hair and regularly combs them with a small hair comb which he keeps always in his pocket. Moreover, Mr. Adalric is fond of kids as he does not have any kid. However, he is a jolly person with a deep voice and helpful too in many aspects.
I like Mr. Adalric much for his benevolence behaviour and his extrovert nature. He likes meeting newer people and most of the time I see him talking with people whom he has never met before and once he told me that it is a hobby for him to get familiar with the unfamiliar people in his surroundings. Besides, he is the person who understands the almost every situation and comes to offer help without any conditions. He has helped me too in some of the situations and particularly in my study. Whenever he comes to visit us, he asks about my study and if I am in trouble with any of my subjects, especially English, he provides me the directives to study and in some cases makes the texts and issues clear to me.
Well, there's this guy living next door who is drop-dead handsome. Sadly, I'd never had the chance to strike up a conversation with him.
But one day, I forgot my keys at home, so after school, I just stood outside of my apartment, playing with my phone, 'cause at that time, my parents were still at work, I'd got nowhere else to go.
At this time, the handsome neighbor I just mentioned earlier came back. To my surprise,he recognized me, and after he realized what was happening, he even invited me to his place. I did not expect that, but I was thrilled, 'cause you know, I finally got the chance to get to know him.
At first, he struck me as a quiet, indoor person, I mean, I'd never seen him talking to other neighbors, and sometimes he would just disappear for a few days, I just assumed that he stayed at home all this time. However, it turned out I was wrong, I saw a wall full of pictures he took from countless countries, so he's not an indoor person at all, if anything, he's a big fan of travelling. And he has really seen the world.
That day, I asked him a bunch of questions about the pictures he took. I have to say, he's a person with a great taste. He's not an artist, but the way he dresses and the style of his photos are just awesome.
And he shared his fascinating experiences along the road with me, which is truly an eye-opener.
So it's fair to say, he's such an interesting person.
So you see, he's got an amazing life, and compared to his lifestyle, mine was so monotonous. I just want to tell myself, get a life, you know. So maybe that's why I want to know more about him, he's just an interesting person that I wanna be friends with.
drop-dead = used before an adjective to emphasize that somebody / something is attractive in a very noticeable way 例如：
a drop-dead gorgeous Hollywood star
strike up something (with somebody) = to begin a friendship, a relationship, a conversation, etc. 例如：
He would often strike up conversations with complete strangers.
if anything = used to express an opinion about something, or after a negative statement to suggest that the opposite is true 例如：
She's not thin—if anything she's on the plump side.
eye-opener = an event, experience, etc. that is surprising and shows you something that you did not already know 例如：
Travelling around India was a real eye-opener for me.
monotonous = never changing and therefore boring 例如：
a monotonous voice/ diet/ routine
get a life = used to tell somebody to stop being boring and to do something more interesting 例如：
Do us all a favor...get a life!
be/make friends with somebody = to be / become a friend of somebody 例如：
We've been friends for years.
Simon finds it hard to make friends with other children.