不晓得为什么，看到雅思口语里visitor和an occasion when you had to be polite，我的脑海里就直接闪现出了“亲戚带着熊孩子来我家串门”场景。polite是基本的礼节，但是想掐死visitor的心，真是控制不住的……
This topic reminds me of the time I had to be polite to my aunt and her daughter.
I’d like to talk about my aunt, who’s actually a remote cousin of my father’s.
Last winter, she took a trip to my hometown with her daughter, you know, to go skiing, ‘cause my hometown has the largest ski resort in the country.
In order to show our hospitality, my father invited them to stay in our home instead of the hotel, but he didn’t know, that was the beginning of a disaster for me.
Here’s what happened.
Her daughter was really naughty and annoying, I mean, she’s like one of those spoiled brats who are always running around in the house and yelling. The first day they arrived, she just damaged my rocket model that I spent months building. When I saw the pieces on the floor, I was heartbroken, but I didn’t say anything, ‘cause I thought she didn’t do it on purpose. But what happened next really made me furious. She took my hourglass off the bookshelf, and I saw her just drop it on the floor really hard, and the minute the hourglass broke into pieces, she started to laugh. I stormed into the room, and I yelled at her, I was like, what are you doing? My aunt started to defend her, saying, she’s just a little girl, don’t blame her. I was speechless, at that moment, I literally wanted to kill her, but… well, after all, she was our guest, and my senior, so I had to pretend to be polite even though they were so out of line.
remote = [only before noun] (of people) not closely related = distant例如：
a remote cousin
resort = a place where a lot of people go on holiday/ vacation例如：
seaside/ ski/ mountain, etc. resorts
a popular holiday resort
the resort town of Byron Bay
hospitality = friendly and generous behavior towards guests 例如：
Thank you for your kind hospitality.
naughty = (especially of children) behaving badly; not willing to obey例如：
a naughty boy/ girl
(humorous) I'm being very naughty—I've ordered champagne!
brat = (informal, disapproving) = a person, especially a child, who behaves badly例如：
a spoiled/ spoilt brat
furious = very angry例如：
She was absolutely furious at having been deceived.
He was furious with himself for letting things get so out of control.
I'm furious that I wasn't told about it.
hourglass = a glass container holding sand that takes exactly an hour to pass through a small opening between the top and bottom
storm = to go somewhere quickly and in an angry, noisy way例如：
She stormed into my office waving a newspaper.
He burst into tears and stormed off.
defend = to say or write something in support of somebody / something that has been criticized
How can you defend such behavior?
He defended his decision to punish the boy.
Politicians are skilled at defending themselves against their critics.
literally = (informal) used to emphasize a word or phrase, even if it is not actually true in a literal sense 例如：
I literally jumped out of my skin.
senior = a person who is older than somebody else例如：
She was ten years his senior.
My brother is my senior by two years.
out of line = out of order = (informal) behaving in a way that is not acceptable or right