Work or studies
Did you save money when you were young?
Well, I don’t think so. When I was a student, I remember I usually spent all the money given by my parents as they just gave me a certain sum of money for each month, so I just used all of them by the end of each month and then asked for more from them.
Do you think parents should teach children to save money?
Yes, I think so. It is essential for parents to teach their kids to save money because kids could learn how to manage their money in a wise way. Plus, they could also make better use of the saved money in their life.
How do you save money?
Well, as for me, I usually just put some of my money in my bank account from which I actually earn little interest. And at the same time, I also have some money in Alipay as I am pretty happy with the interest I earn every day.
Who tends to spend more money in your country, elder people or young people?
Well, I think it is definitely young people who tend to spend more money in my country as their generally hold a different attitude towards life from elder people. That is to say, they seem to believe that spending more money could greatly increase the level of their happiness, while elder people seem to lead a simple life which does not need much money.
Describe a good service you received from a shop or company
You should say:
What the service was
When you received it
Who you were with
And explain how you felt about it
此话题属于“物品”类话题， 所要描写的是市肆可能公司的某种处事， 属于假造物品；其它，我们行使的首要时态应该是“past tense”， 描写的这个处事是你已经体验过的；接着，我们看前三个“basic information”：这个处事详细是什么？ 你什么时辰接管的这个处事？ 你和谁，可能在那边接管的这个处事？ 这里我们必要思索：它们之间是否存在某种 logical connection？可能可以给出哪些相干的拓展信息？ 好比， 在先容这个处事详细内容的时辰， 是不是可以趁便交接接管这个处事的时刻（也许由于处事时刻的非凡性使处事内容具备某种特色等）；
到最后表明，声名的部门，各人必要睁开声名针对这项处事， 你的感觉是什么， 而且必要交接为什么会有这样的感觉等等。
Well, speaking of a good service I once received, I must say it was from a restaurant which I went to with a couple of my playmates from my childhood last Spring Festival during a visit to my parents. It was actually a hotpot place which is usually quite popular for friends’ get-together.