雅思口语题库part2高分范文：a polite person that you met(一个有礼貌的人)
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关于人物类的话题：有礼貌的人(Describe a polite person that you met )，给大家带来地道的7分口语范文，故事有关： 。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 a polite person that you met
where you met the person
How you met the person
Why you think the person was polite
Talking about a person of decency, the first man popping into my head would be Mr. Zeng who happens to be my teacher. He is polite not because he greets people in the morning, but because of his true respect for everyone. You know, most teachers in China, as they are invariably superior intellectually, would despise those holding different opinion with them. It is true when they face their colleague, and it is no less true when they confront their student. They often tend to criticise the student if he/she has an opposed idea about some issue. Yet, Mr. Zeng is completely different. He is such a gentleman that he respects all the ideologies he meets. When talking about the westward movement, he would ask us of our opinions. One of my classmates said the Movement was doing more harm to the diversity of American culture than shaping it. The entire classroom then was filled with scorn. However, Mr. Zeng did not. He calmed the class, and asked the student the reasons of saying so. After the reply, he admitted that it was such a great idea which may change the history of history and that he would take this ideology as a fraction of his teaching content next semester. That's when I realized that what true politeness is. Mr. Zeng showed me that kind words and compliments are not indicators of politeness. Instead, it is the respect for people especially people's way of thinking that paves the road for the grand hall of gentleman.
地道用词：a person of decency
paves the road
be filled with scorn
高分句型：Talking about a person of decency, the first man popping into my head would be Mr. Zeng who happens to be my teacher.
That's when I realized that what true politeness is. Mr. Zeng showed me that kind words and compliments are not indicators of politeness.
One of my classmates said the Movement was doing more harm to the diversity of American culture than shaping it.