Part2口语话题：描述一个你喜欢的家庭( 各位要注意中西方的价值观的不同，老外比较看重家庭的communications， discoussions, mutually supportive 等) 要尽量围绕西方人的观点去讲，分数会更高一些。
Describe a family (not your own) that you like.
You should say:
where this family lives;
who the members of thefamily are;
how you got to know them;
and explain why you likethis family.
关键词： 好同学， 父母以身作则， 相亲相爱， 广泛听取意见(包括小孩的意见)，孩子被鼓励尝试新东西，不断积累经验。
Beginning , Well, I would like to talk about the family of Vicky, one of my students. Her parents sent her to Shanghai, studying TOEFL andSSAT. The first time I met her parents, I was totally attracted by the grace of her mother and the easy-going of her father.
The parents set and keep standards of behavior (keeping them by example first).
The parents are loyal to, supportive of, and affectionate with each other. The kids grow up seeing mom and dad holding hands, laughing together, and building their relationship.
By extension, the family as a whole is loyal, mutually supportive, and loving with each other. Family members spend time together, play together, work together on family projects, and enjoy each others'company. Parents are available for each other and for the kids, and the family commonly eats meals together.
Wide-ranging discussions are common. Parents and kids listen to and learn fromeach other. They share information, points of view, and jokes -- which arenever mean-spirited. They know how to disagree without being disagreeable.
Kids are encouraged to have friends over, and feel comfortable in doing so. The familymaintains boundaries, but theseare porous rather than rigid: it's common for kids to have friends who are"honorary members" of the family.
Members of the family (parents and kids) are encouraged to try new things and to develop their talents and their sense of self. Theireffort is supported regardless of the results.
Along these lines, family members are not held to idealizations of who they are, are not kept to a particular age or developmental stage (i.e.,not letting them grow up), or assigned an identity due to their place in the family order.
Ultimately, the parents realize that they aren't raising children, they're raising adults.