TPO 21 - Question 1: Talk about an important news event that happened recently in your country, describe the event and explain why it was important.
My answer related to year 2012:
It is a “strong earthquake”, not a high earthquake
It would be better to repeat again - “it was important for two reasons”
They way you say “died” is too drawn out, like “duuiiided”
“many of people” -> “many people”
“childrens” -> children
“missed their parents and children” is a little vague - maybe better “lost their parents and children”
“help each other in problems” -> help each other with problems
Overall, it was a good answer with good organization, but you sort of stumbled in the second part of your answer.
My answer related to year 2017:
Would you please say which of the two above recorded voices is better? 2012 or 2017?
“supreme leader”? a little hard to understand. Also, “country” was a little hard to understand. Once again you lost your leader or your leader died, not you missed your leader.
he treated people well, not behaved people good - you cannot behave someone else, only behave yourself.
I think the recording quality of this one is better. Overall, I think they are about equal in quality and would score about the same, though maybe the content in your 2012 answer is more specific and therefore better.
TPO 18 - Question 2: Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? It is important to learn about other cultures.
My answer related to year 2016:
I think my intonation was the best of mine in third one, I mean TPO 18 - Question 2. What do you think? Is there any good intonation there or it is not a better try and is similar to the two previous recorded ones.
“other cultures” - the other was a bit hard to understand.
“that they don’t?? anything about their cultures” - this is what I heard, though I’m sure you mean to say “don’t know anything about other cultures”
“other cultures are full of experience” - this sounds a little odd - the people of other cultures are the ones full of experience.
I actually think your intonation in your first two answers (apart from the “died” in the 2012 answer) is a bit better than this one. You have the stress correct in this one, but you are emphasizing it way too much. Unlike Chinese and Vietnamese, English is not a tonal language, so the stress is not nearly as important and so should be pretty subtle.