雅思口语里面问well paid job怎么说，为什么除了CEO、CFO各种OO就想不出来别的呢....其实，能跟雅思考官叨叨的爽歪歪职业有很多，比如酒店品鉴师，白吃白玩儿还能拿钱，应该就算是人生赢家了吧。
I think a hotel examiner is truly well paid.
Sometimes they would fancy themselves as hotel connoisseurs, ‘cause basically this job involves checking in the designated hotel, checking out the service there, including the facilities and people’s attitudes, and writing an objective overall review of their experience. And the best part is, all the travel expenses would be recoverable from the company, plus, they get paid a lot for doing all that. Honestly, I couldn't think of a better way to make money.
The reason I think I would be qualified for the job is, well firstly, I’m a huge fan of travelling, I just could get a buzz out of it. So you see, making a living on my hobby is the best lifestyle I could dream of. And also, I have a good command of Chinese, and what I wrote is generally appealing to readers. I could pay close attention to details, and I love to share my experiences, good or bad, with others.
The purpose of this job is to advertise newly established hotels, eliminate those awful ones with horrible service, so in the end, travellers could be offered more good options. So it’s fair to say, this job is quite meaningful, and that’s why companies are willing to pay a great deal of money to hire people like me to do this kind of job.
And most importantly, I’m the kind of person with great work ethic, I mean, I would never take bribes and talk up the hotel to deceive consumers. So my reviews would be objective and reliable.
connoisseur = an expert on matters involving the judgment of beauty, quality or skill in art, food or music 例如：
The exhibition will be a delight for the collector and connoisseur of silver ornaments.
a connoisseur of Italian painting
a wine connoisseur
recoverable = that you can get back after it has been spent or lost 例如：
qualified = having passed the exams or completed the training that are necessary in order to do a particular job; having the experience to do a particular job 例如：
a qualified accountant/ teacher, etc.
to be highly/ suitably/ fully qualified
She's extremely well qualified for the job.
command = your knowledge of something; your ability to do or use something, especially a language 例如：
Applicants will be expected to have (a) good command of English.
appealing = attractive or interesting 例如：
Spending the holidays in Britain wasn't a prospect that I found particularly appealing.
Brightly colored packaging made the pens especially appealing to children.
ethic = a system of moral principles or rules of behavior 例如：
a strongly defined work ethic
bribe = a sum of money or something valuable that you give or offer to somebody to persuade them to help you, especially by doing something dishonest
It was alleged that he had taken bribes while in office.
She had been offered a $50000 bribe to drop the charges.
talk somebody/something up = to describe somebody/ something in a way that makes them sound better than they really are 例如：
They talked up the tourist attractions to encourage more visitors.