Contoh Jawaban IELTS Speaking Practice Test 2 Buku Cambridge 3

Contoh Jawaban IELTS Speaking Practice Test 2 Buku Cambridge 3

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Strategi IELTS Speaking Test: Practice Test 2 Buku Cambridge Practice Test for IELTS edisi 3

PART 1

SPEAKING

The examiner asks the candidate about him/herself, his/her home, work or studies and other familiar topics.

EXAMPLE

Hometown

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a What is your home town called?

b Where is it?

c How long have you lived there?

d Do you like living there? Why’)

e Is there anything you dislike about your home town?

 

PART 2

 

Describe a film or a TV programme which has made a strong

impression on you. 

You should say:

what kind of film or TV programme it was, e.g. comedy 

when you saw the film or TV programme

what the film or TV programme was about 

and explain why this film or TV programme made such an

impression on you.

 

PART 3

 

Discussion topics:

 

People’s cinema-going habits nowadays

 

Example questions:

Do you think the cinema has increased or decreased in popularity in recent years?

In your opinion, will this trend continue into the future?

 

Making a film or TV drama of real/fictional events

 

Example questions:

What are the advantages and disadvantages of making films of real-life events?

How important do you think it is for a film-maker to remain true to the original story?

 

Censorship and the freedom of the film-maker/TV producer

 

Example questions:

Should films and television be censored or should we be free to choose what we see?

How do you think censorship laws will change in the next 20 years?

You will have to talk about the topic for

1 to 2 minutes. You have one minute to

think about what you’re going to say.

You can make some notes to help you if

you wish.

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Berikut ini adalah model answer atau sample jawaban yang dibuat, disediakan yang dapat anda pelajari, perhatikan fitur bahasa yang digunakan:

 

PART 1

SPEAKING

The examiner asks the candidate about him/herself, his/her home, work or studies and other familiar topics.

EXAMPLE

  1. What is your home town called?

My Hometown is called Bandung

  1. Where is it?

Bandung is one of big cities in Indonesia. Bandung is exactly located in the central of West Java Province, that is why it is known as Capital City of West Java.

  1. How long have you lived there?

As I mentioned earlier, I spent my childhood in Bandung,  For this reason I have lived there for about 13 years

  1. d. Do you like living there? Why?

I absolutely love to live in Bandung. Bandung has beautiful landscape because it is surrounded by mountains, and also the weather there is chilly due to its Geographical location that near mountains, especially in exact area when I was live in the north of Bandung, it is called Lembang. There are many tourism attraction there , that is why many local tourist from Jakarta usually visit Bandung to spent their holidays or their vacations, since  it is very different when we compare the weather between Jakarta and Bandung. You know, here in Jakarta is really hot.

  1. e. Is there anything you dislike about your home town?

I do not think so, Perhaps people awareness regarding  the trash, many  people throw the trash anywhere, that is why sometime you hear the news about flood in Bandung. However, overall I assume that Bandung is really great place to live

 

PART 2

 

Describe a film or a TV programme which has made a strong

impression on you. 

You should say:

what kind of film or TV programme it was, e.g. comedy 

when you saw the film or TV programme

what the film or TV programme was about 

and explain why this film or TV programme made such an

impression on you.

 

My favorite television program is an old television series which was produced during the 90’s in Indonesia. The title of the film was Wiro Sableng and it was an action TV series. Wiro Sableng was produced for about 5 consecutive seasons, and it was considered as one of the top rated TV serials in its era.

RCTI was the local television station in Indonesia that broadcasted the programme. The TV series was usually played once a week for about one hour, and I remember that it was played on Sunday Night at 12.00 until 13.00. So as a teenager during that time, I would have sat in front of the television waiting for the programme to start. On the next day, my friends and I would discuss about what happened in it, to talk about how cool and exciting the episode was and how smart and talented Wiro Sableng was even though he is crazy.

The unique thing about it is that the main character, Wiro Sableng is crazy, but on the other hand he is mastering many martial art. I remembered that in one of the episodes, where he was traped in the cage by his enemy. But then with his creative thinking, he took his axe to destroy the, and he could escape from his enemy.  I believe that we could learn some positive things from this series. We learned that we shold be encouraged to use our creativity. I believe that Wiro Sableng had influenced so many teenagers during my era and I hoped that it could be remake in the future.

PART 3 – Detailed Discussion

Discussion topics:

People’s cinema-going habits nowadays

  1. Do you think the cinema has increased or decreased in popularity in recent years?
    A. I believe that the popularity of cinema has increased in the past few years. It can be seen from the number of Movie theaters that have been build in many big cities. It means that the demand of cinema has increased and more business people are investing on the building the cinema halls. Apart from that, more television channels are showing movies daily and the numbers of movie viewers are increasing day by day. The globalization and easy access to foreign films made it possible for people to watch movies that were produced and released on the other side of the planet.
  2. In your opinion, will this trend continue into the future?
    A.Yes I do believe that it will grow more in the future. It is because that we are living in the modern world where we have more opportunity to view the variety genres of movies from different countries.  The working hours have become longer and the works are more stressful these days. This means that people need more entertainment to loosen their tense, and one of them is by going to the cinema. Movies are becoming more popular among the teenagers and because of the variety of movies people would go to watch movies more.Making a film or TV drama of real/ fictional events
  3. What are the advantages and disadvantages of making films of real-life events?
    A.The advantages of making film based on a real life event are that we could learn many things from such films. For example, when we make a film based on a true story of World War 1 or 2, we can learn about the cruelties of war, therefore we should avoid any kind of wars and support the world peace. The real event movies are more important in terms of underlining story, lesson, historical figures and facts. This type of film reveals the past among us and creates lasting impression on the viewers.

However, among the drawbacks of such films, we can say that it is not easy to produce such movies that would be based on true facts and entertaining at the same time. Producers often need to put extra emphasize on choosing casts, costumes and locations to make such movies. Such films might be biased sometimes and would spark a flame of criticisms. Then there is a chance that it won’t be able to attract all types of movie viewers and that the box office hits of such movies are often uncertain.

  1. How important do you think it is for a film-maker to remain true to the original story?
    A.Well I think it depend on how the director wants to convey the message of the film. If his purpose is to show history, then I believe that it should stick to the original story. Meanwhile, if the aim of the films is for popularity or entertainment, then the director could develop the story.

Sometimes many books are converted to films and in such cases the film makers often change the dialogues and story of the original one. If the story is a fictitious one, I think the film makers should change a bit to make the movie more attractive. However, if the story is based on a prominent historical event or person, then they should remain as much authentic and true as possible to the original event or character.

Censorship and the freedom of the film-maker/TV producer

  1. Should films and television be censored or should we be free to choose what we see?
    A.In my opinion, I think films and TV programmes should be censored, since they might contain some in appropriate scenes which could be embarrassing for the whole family. The amount of violence, blood-scene, drug abuse and slangs used on TV programmes and movies should also be censored as it might not be appropriate for people of all ages.

Many films show adults or violence scenes these days, and they should be censored, since it could have negative effects on people, especially on the children’s imagination.

  1. How do you think censorship laws will change in the next 20 years?
    A.Well, even though I support censorship, but I think it will be loosen in the future because people would be able to access films from many sources including internet these days. For example, children will be able to download films in their tablet PCs and watch films that they like. Therefore it is important for us to monitor our children’s gadget these days, to ensure that they watch appropriate films.

The trends of movie censorship reveal the fact that movies are not censored as strictly as the used to be in the past. The freedom of creative arts will also be a dominating factor for the loosely censorship of movies.

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