福州雅思培训作者：朗阁海外考试中心 时间:2017-10-17 10:51
摘要：本文是9-12月口语话题范文Part3: Describe an experience that you felt happy that you used your cellphone,共有3题参考答案。范文内容描述详尽，用语非常地道，因此篇幅有点长，大家择要摘取观点即可。 9-12月的雅思口语题库Part3部分话题范文已更新，各路烤鸭速速
本文是9-12月口语话题范文Part3: Describe an experience that you felt happy that you used your cellphone,共有3题参考答案。范文内容描述详尽，用语非常地道，因此篇幅有点长，大家择要摘取观点即可。
Part3话题参考答案：experience that you felt happy that you used your cellphone图1
示例范文：Describe an experience that you felt happy that you used your cellphone
1. Do young and old people use phones in the same way? 年轻人和老人使用手机的方式一样吗?
Oh, definitely no. Seniors generally lag behind their younger counterparts especially when it comes to using mobile phones. The only pattern they share is voice calling. In other patterns old people are usually second to the young. Teens and young adults are more enthusiastic users of cellphones. They are also bigger users of text messaging. I guess the young send and receive at least five times more messages a day than older people. Younger adults tend to use their phones for multimedia content, for taking pictures or video, for accessing internet. They are also more likely to turn to their phones to avoid others around them to fight boredom. All this is still strange for the old.
2. What are the differences between writing a letter and writing a text message on a cell phone? 写信和手机发短信有什么不同?
Oh, there are quite a few of differences, actually. First of all, writing a text message is faster than writing a letter 'cause text messages are generally much shorter. Secondly, messages are instant while letters can take weeks to be delivered, which makes communication more complicated. On the other hand, it is more personal to write by hand as it adds a human touch to the relationship. Handwritten letters always convey greater effort and greater care taken, let recipients know that they are important for somebody.
3. Many people think mobile phones can be annoying at times. Can you give any examples of that? 许多人认为手机很烦人。你能举一些例子吗?
Well, one of the examples when I get annoyed with a mobile phone is when the phone ring interrupts an important conversation or distracts my attention from what I really need to do at the moment. Another annoying case is when people talk loudly on their phones on public transport. Such phone conversations grab my attention and don't let me relax or focus on my thoughts, which I dislike. I can also irritated when people around play music loudly on a phone 'cause it shows their disrespect to others, which I don't consider appropriate. These are the main situations I don't like to get in.