Organizing The Brief Speech of The Upcoming English-Speaking Oral Test

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Nov 15, 2018 20:12 English
I have been organizing my lecture draft recently.

There are ten subjects in which I have to prepare for them in advance.

I think memorize them mechanically is useless.

In case of I forget what I memorized, when I stand in front of the judges and never say any words, the situation would be pretty embarrassed.

Now I'm stuck with that I can't memorize too many proper nouns and some advanced English words within these few days before the exam took place.

So I think memorize some points of each tourist spot by illustration might be better.

Hopefully I will pass the English-speaking oral exam next Wednesday.
I have been organizing my lecture draft recently.
(我罪近在組織我的講稿)

There are ten subjects in which I have to prepare for them in advance.
(有十個主題我要提前準備它們)

I think memorize them mechanically is useless.
(我覺得死記它們沒用)

In case of I forget what I memorized, when I stand in front of the judges and never say any words, the situation would be pretty embarrassed.
(假如我忘了我背的東西,當我站在評審前面然後不講話的話,這情況會蠻尷尬的)

Now I'm stuck with that I can't memorize too many proper nouns and some advanced English words within these few days before the exam took place.
(現在我因無法在考前這幾天之內背下太多專有名詞和一些進階英文字彙而被纏住)

So I think memorize some points of each tourist spot by illustration might be better.
(所以我覺得用圖示來背下一些每個景點的重點可能比較好)

Hopefully I will pass the English-speaking oral exam next Wednesday.
(但願我下週三能通過英語口試)