speaking part 2 – 礼貌的场合

Describe a situation where you have to be polite

You should say:

What it is;    in a senimar which is a more formal presentation of research.

What did you do to be polite;   show your kindness and mind your behaviour/ polite language/ speaker. have a good manner. 

Why did you have to be polite;   higher status; show your respect to them. participate in their projects or cooperate with them. You need to leave a good impression to show them that you are the right person to cooperate with. 

And explain how you felt about it afterwards;  felt, confidence.


Ok, well I would actually like to start by saying that I try to be polite in all situations, because that was basically how I was brought up, but if I was to choose a particular occasion when I had to be polite, then I’ll talk about the time I went to a friend’s house for their birthday party.

And as for when it was, well I suppose it must have been about three or four months ago, and basically what happened was that a friend of mine invited me, along with a few other of his friends, to his house for dinner to celebrate his birthday with him. And when we got there, we were given a nice welcome by his parents, who then offered us some drinks and took us through to the living room to wait for a bit while they finished preparing the dinner. Anyway, it was worth the wait, because the dinner was fantastic, and by the end of it, I was absolutely stuffed吃饱的,吃撑的!

So regarding why I had to be polite, well, I think it goes without saying that whenever you go to someone else’s house, you should always be polite, you know, it’s common sense, because I mean, if someone’s kind enough to invite you to their home and treat you to food and drink, the least you can do is be polite and well-mannered, and if you’re not, then chances are that you won’t get invited back!

You know, I think it’s safe to say that we’ve all experienced times when someone hasn’t behaved very well when they’ve been a guest at our home, and usually when that happens, the first thing we say to each other when that person’s left is, “there’s no way they’re ever coming back!”. Of course for young children it’s different, but for adults there’s no excuse at all. And if you do make the effort to be polite, then it makes a big difference, because then you’ll leave a very good impression and consequently be welcome as a guest again in the future.

So yeah, I guess that’s pretty much all there is to say, so thanks for listening.


  1. stuff  n. 东西,原料v.塞满—- stuffed adjective UK /stʌft/ US /stʌft/
    stuffed adjective (FULL)A stuffed animal or bird is filled with special material so that it keeps the shape it had when it was alive.填制的,填充以保持形状的
    a collection of stuffed birds 一组鸟类标本
    [ after verb ] informal (of a person) having eaten enough or too much(人)吃饱的,吃撑的
    “No more for me thanks – I’m stuffed.”“谢谢,我不要了—我饱了。”
  2.  polite —- impolite —-politeness.

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