2017年9-12月雅思口语考试话题：a businessman，a foreigner ，a good parent，三个话题，一个语料即可基本解决。大家在处理这种相关话题时，要学会串题技巧，把相关话题综合到一个语料上，请看具体雅思口语考试模板。
刚刚出现的雅思口语新题目里出现了这样几道人物题：a business person you admire, a foreigner (interesting person from another country), a person you think is a good parent。几道题下来，不知道为啥蹦到脑海里的居然是川普…… 在干起总统这个副业之前，人家可是房地产大亨，并且作为美国人，也满足foreigner的条件，另外，看到人家教育出来的女儿伊万卡，外加她各种演讲里对父亲的赞美，good parent这个条件也符合了呢!至于轮换题中的其他题目是否也可以用川普搞定，大家随意开脑洞吧!(无论你是不是川普的粉丝，考试的时候可以先把个人喜好放在一边，考试嘛，太认真你就输了…)
I’d like to talk about Donald Trump who used to be an accomplished entrepreneur before he was elected president of United States.
I’d like to talk about Donald Trump who wears several hats, I mean, he’s not only president of United States, he’s also a real estate developer and television star before he ran for office.
A good parent：
I’d like to talk about Donald Trump who’s not only president of United States, but also a loving and responsible father. We can tell that from the way he raised his children and the fact that all of them have achieved great success.
To be honest, I didn’t know him until he ran for president. I was told he’s the oldest and wealthiest president ever in the US. And actually, I heard most of his stories from the speeches his daughter delivered while she was supporting her father during the campaign. And I got pretty interested so I googled him.
His achievements in real estate are remarkable. He’s the kind of person with great leadership, work ethic and passion. Besides, he’s compassionate and helpful. His daughter said, time and time again, she saw him tear stories out of the newspaper about people whom he had never met, who were facing some injustice or hardship. He’d invite those people to Trump tower to meet with him. He would talk to them, and draw upon his extensive network to find them a job, or get them a break. This has changed my impression of him. I mean, when I first saw him on TV, I was a little judgmental, maybe because of his hairstyle or the way talks, anyway, I thought he was overrated. But after knowing what he really is, I just found him approachable and likeable.
He’s like a miracle worker, you know. Most people strive their entire lives to achieve complete success in a single industry, but he has succeeded in many field on the highest level and on a global scale. Interestingly, he’s also active in the show business. There are many TV celebrities and movie stars in his circle of friends, and we always see him in TV shows and movies as the guest star. It’s fair to say, he’s really living his life to the fullest.
A good parent:
What impressed me most is that no matter how busy he is, he always makes time for his family/he’s always there for his children. And his behavior and way of handling things have a profound positive influence on his children. I guess that’s why all of them could be so great later in life.
He could lead by example. His daughter Ivanka works alongside him in his company, and according to her, he will outwork anyone in any room. He shows his children how to be a leader, how to make important decisions that shape careers and change lives.
When Ivanka was a little girl, he always told her that she could do anything that she’s set her mind to. I’m sure that’s why she could grow to be a confident, successful woman with a wonderful family and brilliant career.
One of his greatest talents is his ability to see potential in people, before they see it in themselves.
My father values talents, he recognizes real knowledge and skill when he finds it. He’s colorblind and gender neutral. He hires the best person for the job, period.
He taught us that potential vanishes into nothing without effort.
My father taught my siblings and me the importance of positive values and a strong ethical compass. He showed us how to be resilient, how to deal with challenges, and to strive for excellence in all that we do.
He taught us there is nothing we can’t accomplish if we marry vision and passion, with an enduring work ethic.
Throughout my entire life, I’ve witnessed his empathy and generosity towards others, especially those who are suffering.
One of the reasons he has thrived as an entrepreneur is because he listens to everyone. Billionaire executives don’t usually ask the people doing the work for their opinion of the work. He’s an exception. On every one of his projects, you’ll see him talking to the super, the painter, the engineers, the electricians. He’ll ask them for their feedback, if they think something should be done differently or could be done better.
At his company, there are more female than male executives. Women are paid equally for the work that we do and when a woman becomes a mother, she’s supported, not shut out.