雅思口语话题part2话题卡参考范文：Describe an exciting book you have read 描述一本让人振奋的书
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为大家带来雅思口语话题part2话题卡参考范文：Describe an exciting book you have read（描述一本让人振奋的书），书名：At Home: A Short history of Private Life。友情提示：考生应该尽量避免传统的背诵套句或者是模版的口语学习方式，去学习口语范文中地道的词组搭配以及英美人士的思维方式，更加关注词组和逻辑思维两个层面。另外，就是要从扣题角度出发，看优秀范文如何从扣题的方面来展开口语话题。戳红色文字链接，查看范文详情。
You should say:
What is the name of the book
what type of book it is
how you knew this book
and explain why you like to recommend this book to your friend
2.主题：At Home: A Short History of Private Life
One of the books that I have recently read is called At Home: A Short History of Private Life by an author called Bill Bryson. It is a thick, factual bookabout many different subjects. It is really a collection of information and anecdotes related to our private lives, past and present.
The book is mainly about things that have been included in our homes over the centuries. The author started out by wondering about the history of everything in his own home. As it is a factual book rather than a novel, it does not have a plot as such. Each chapter in the book covers the history of a particular room. For example, the chapter on the kitchen talks about the history of running water, electricity, gas cooking and so on. The chapter aboutthe bathroom looks at the history of plumbing, sanitation and privacy. The bookcontains so much interesting information that I think I will have to read it again in order to take it all in.
As to the kind of people who would enjoy it, I think anybody who is interested in history and enjoys learning lots of interesting facts would enjoy reading this book. It would also appeal to a busy person, as it’s a good book to dip in and out of, because you don’t have to follow a story, as you would with a novel. You can just take it chapter by chapter, or even page by page, as there is something to learn on every page. Each chapter is written like a story, even though it is a factual book, so it takes the reader to all sorts of unexpected places, and for me it was a real page-turner.
I like this book because I learned such a huge amount from it, which has made me look around my own home with different eyes and appreciate just how far we have come in a short space of time in terms of architecture, technology, lighting, comfort and many other things.