2017年11月25日雅思口语考试小范围预测:part2&3

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 P2
  校规
  Describe a rule at your school that you agree or disagree.
  You should say:
  What it is
  Why it is made
  What are the consequences of breaking the rule
  And explain why you agree or disagree
  P3
  Should companies have rules?
  Should companies decide how long the working hours are?
  What kinds of rules do Chinese families have?
  Do you think strict rules are necessary in schools?
  Should students involve in rule-making?
  P2
  解析:
  题目要求描绘一个你赞成或不赞成的一个校规,该题的立意角度很多,如描述不赞成的校规:女生必须剪短发、全体学生必须穿校服等等。
  Though I really love my school life, there is one rule that I could hardly agree. We are all required to wear the school uniform every day. I know that this rule is made to ensure that we wouldn’t distract our attention from study or we wouldn’t compare with our classmates on something like brand clothes. But it is really distressing to wear the same clothes everyday, not to mention that the school uniform are all very loose and especially not friendly to short and thin girls. Besides, since we are not allowed to wear other clothes, shoes become the only thing that could distinguish us from other people. So shoes, especially brand shoes suddenly has become what everyone likes. If any student breaks the rule intentionally, they would face severe punishment, which is detention. It seems that teachers are especially fond of this kind of punishment and they would order anyone who violates the discipline to detent. In my opinion, the reason why teachers, including parents, are positive about the uniformed dress or detention is that it requires little effort, and they believe if children will learn to be disciplined if they are punished.
  I am totally against the rule because I think as teenagers, we have the right to express our comprehension of beauty by choosing the clothes we wear. More importantly, it is a sign of respect and confidence. I think the right value should be nurtured through guidance, not harsh rules.