Did you enjoy singing when you were younger? [Why?/Why not?]
How often do you sing now? [Why?]
Do you have a favourite song you like listening to? [Why?/Why not?]
How important is singing in your culture? [Why?]
1)Yes./No. Singing is a happy and melodic self-expression. When you younger, you could associate the happiness with singing./not good at singing or too shy to sing in public.
2) Frequency of singing. Once a month when go to KTV with your friends/sing everyday as you like.
3) Yes. My favourite song has a special meaning to me. /No. I prefer to listen to a kind of music,they share much in common.
4) Very important. /No that important. Music history/different traditions and forms./I don’t think singing could represent
Certainly, I was fairly keen on singing, especially pop music, which was a fantastic way to entertain myself when I was younger. At that moment, girls were crazy about Jay Chou, and I even collected all of his albums.
Well, I would say at least twice a week. As I have to work during weekdays, I usually sing on weekends, especially when I hang out with my friends in KTV.
My favorite single song is Roar, which was a hit when it was released. It was sung by one of the hottest female singers from America—Katy Perry. I was deeply attracted by her clear, sexy and relatively wild voice. Perry's music frequently contains elements of pop, rock, electronic, dance, and disco, which is so striking.
Music has always been an indispensable part of Chinese culture from time immemorial. It enables us to express our ambition, dream, love, etc., which is also a great way for modern citizens to let off steam and while away the time.
Keep it simple; there's no need to show off in this part. Give a short, direct answer and a reason for your answer. Then stop. If necessary, smile at the examiner to show that you are ready for the next question; if you keep speaking, the examiner will interrupt you. Answer using full sentences, and try not to hesitate; just say the first thing that comes into your head.
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