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总体评析 § 一新：section 4
§ 三旧：section 1&2&3
重点关注 § 注意整个section选择题型
Section 1 版本号 场景 题型
V09134 S1 House Renting Completion
1. work phone number: 46*****
2. Come from: Somerton West
3. Total members: two adults, a child almost 3 years old
4. Type of accommodation: flat
5. Location: in the North
6. What’s your extra request: close to a park
7. Need a pool
8. Rent: she wants to pay the maximum $650
9. Date to move in: 15th December
10. Need to book a hotel
Section 2 版本号 场景 题型
V110226 S2 Volunteer Multiple Choice / Matching
11. 现在的志愿者情况？选：C. from a wide range of backgrounds
12. 选：B. encouraged by…
13. Henry enjoy, 选：B. tjinyan care of the kids
14. Reith, 选：prepare meal for others
15. Reith enjoy, 选：A. sharing opinions with other volunteers
16. Advantages of being a “virtual volunteer”? 选：C. no longer need to leave
17-20配对题：Process for application:
17. email personal information to…
18. 准备几个问题，prepare several interviewing questions
19. 和其他志愿者会面，meet other potential volunteers
20. 提交正式申请，submit/file a formal application
Section 3 版本号 场景 题型
V101014 S3 Discussion Completion / Matching
21. Find the name list and materials from the phone book and then get the trust from the elderly people.
22. For preparation: identify suitable topics for the participants.
23. Develop trust to get the acceptance of the manager.
24. Explain the purpose.
25. May record the process.
26. Need to mjinyan a film.
27-30配对题：A: relatives B: museum C: antique shop
D: Participant E: internet F: market
27. photo, 选：D. participant
28. home project, 选：A. relatives
29. cloth, 选：B. museum
30. toy, 选：E. internet
Section 4 版本号 场景 题型
New Environment Completion
Reading Passage 1
Title: Bondi beach 邦迪海滩
Question types: TRUE/FLASE/NOT GIVEN, Short Answer Questions
英文原文阅读 Bondi Beach is about one kilometre long (≈0.6 miles) and receives many visitors throughout the year. Surf Life Saving Australia has given different hazard ratings to Bondi Beach in 2004. While the northern end has been rated a gentle 4 (with 10 as the most hazardous), the southern side is rated as a 7 due to a famous rip current known as the "Backpackers' Express" because of its proximity to the bus stop, and the unwillingness of tourists to walk the length of the beach to safer swimming. The south end of the beach is generally reserved for surfboard riding. Yellow and red flags define safe swimming areas, and visitors are advised to swim between them. There is an underwater shark net shared, during the summer months, with other beaches along the southern part of the coast. Pods of whales and dolphins have been sighted in the bay during the months of migration. Fairy penguins, while uncommon, are sometimes also seen swimming close to shore or amongst surfers in southern line-up.
In 2007, the Guinness World Record for the largest swimsuit photo shoot was set at Bondi Beach, with 1,010 women wearing bikinis taking part.
Bondi Beach was added to the Australian National Heritage List in 2008.
Sport and recreation
Bondi Beach is the end point of the City to Surf Fun Run which is held each year in August. The race attracts over 63,000 entrants who complete the 14 km run from the central business district of Sydney to Bondi Beach. Other annual activities at Bondi Beach include Flickerfest, Australia's premier international short film festival in January, World Environment Day in June, and Sculpture By The Sea in November. In addition to many activities, the Bondi Beach Markets is open every Sunday. Many Irish and British tourists spend Christmas Day at the beach.
An Oceanway connects Bondi to South Head to the north and other beaches to the south up to Coogee.
Bondi Beach hosted the beach volleyball competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics. A temporary 10,000-seat stadium, a much smaller stadium, 2 warm-up courts, and 3 training courts were set up to host the tournament.
Bondi Surf Bathers' Life Saving Club is the world's first surf lifesaving club and North Bondi Surf Lifesaving Club is a federation club. Both clubs were founded in 1907. Bondi members invented the surf reel and many other icons of lifesaving. Surf Lifesavers from both clubs were involved in the largest rescue ever on a single day, known as 'Black Sunday'. Bondi holds the most Australian Surf Lifesaving Championship gold medals in R&R (rescue & resuscitation) and North Bondi hold the most gold medals in March Past.
The Swimming Club's origin dates back to 1929 and owes its origins to the desire of a band of dedicated local lifesavers who wished to maintain their fitness during the winter months. They formed the Bondi Icebergs Winter Swimming Club and drew up a constitution and elected office bearers. Included in the constitution was a rule that to maintain membership it was mandatory that swimmers compete on three Sundays out of four for a period of five years.
The Icebergs became licensed in 1960 and the members moved from a tin shed into comfortable premises with Bar and Poker Machines. A further update took place in the 1970s enabling the Club to operate on two floors. In 1994, female members were admitted and in 2002 the Club opened their new premises.
首先应该注意看清是TRUE还是YES, 本篇是TRUE FALSE NOT GIVEN
1. 速读问题的句子，找出考点词（容易有问题的部分）。考点词：比较级，最高级，数据（时间），程度副词，特殊形容词，绝对化的词（only, most, each, any, every, the same as等）
类别 Map 地图题
题目 The two maps compare the changes of a community center.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and mjinyan comparisons where relevant.
一个是现在的设计，有3个meeting room，另外有三个不同的房间；其他区域为car park（大概3/4），并且大门朝北。
另一个是将要改建后的改变，meeting room只剩了2个，其他的房间布局有变化，而且多了三个部分，Café, gym和garden, 占用了car park很大一部分地方（只剩大概1/2）。
2）主体段分两段，先描述现今的样子，可以从右向左，先写75%的空间都是car park, 然后写25%的空间平均分成3份。
重点表达式 Experience dramatic changes; be situated in; to/in the left side of; be removed; be replaced; be constructed/ built/ established
推荐练习 剑桥真题5, P75
题目 Nowadays, it is more convenient and easier for people to travel to other countries. Is this a positive or negative development?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.
重点表达 Promote the economic expansion; create more job opportunities; lay more emphasis on; protection/ conservation of the local cultures; overuse of some rare resources; generate the conflicts between... and...
推荐练习 International tourism has become a huge industry in the world. Do the problems of international travel outweigh its advantages? (2006.05.20)
1. Do you ever receive letters or cards?
2. Which do you think is better, to send a postcard or a letter?
3. Do you think it is important to send postcard to each other, why or why not?
1. Are you very interested in art?
2. Did you create any art such as painting or sculpture when you were a child?
3. Have you ever been to an art gallery or an art exhibition?
4. How often do you visit art galleries?
1. What types of bags do you use in your everyday life?
2. What do you put in these bags?
3. Do you usually carry a bag when you go out?
4. What sorts of bags do women like to buy?
5. When you are buying a bag, what factors do you consider?
6. Do you think the style of a bag is very important, why or why not?
7. Do you have a bag for special occasions?
1. Are there any famous museums in your hometown/country?
2. Do you think museums are useful for visitors to your hometown/country?
3. Do you often visit a museum?
4. Did you go to any museums when you were a child?
5. When was the last time you visited a museum?
6. Do you think museums are important?
7. Do you think it’s suitable for museums to sell things to visitors?
1. What do you do to keep healthy?
2. How can people maintain good health?
3. What is a healthy lifestyle in your mind?
4. Is there any sport that you would like to try in the future?
1. What do you do for entertainment?
2. What did you do for entertainment when you were a child?
3. What do other people do for entertainment around where you live?
4. What choices for entertainment are there for young people around where you live?
5. Are there any entertainment places near your school?
6. Have you recently been to any place for entertainment?
7. Do you think modern lifestyles give people enough time for entertainment?
1. Are you working or studying?
2. Tell me about the school or university you attend.
3. Tell me something about your primary school.
4. What is your major?
5. Do you like your major and why?
6. What courses or subjects do you study?
7. What is your favorite subject?
8. What is the most useful subject?
9. What would you like to do in the future?
10. What are the characteristics of schools in China?
11. What kinds of majors are available in China?
12. What do Chinese people think about teachers?
13. Is teaching a popular job in China, why or why not?
1. Are you working or studying?
2. What do you do for a living?
3. How long have you been doing this job?
4. Do you like your job, why or why not?
5. Do you find your job interesting?
6. What are your main responsibilities in your job?
7. Is working important to you?
8. Have you received any training related to your work?
9. Tell me about your boss or colleague.
10. What would be your ideal job?
11. If you could choose another job, what would you choose?
1. Do you currently live in a house or a flat/apartment?
2. Can you describe your house/flat?
3. What main items of furniture or appliances do you have in each room?
4. Is it a typical house/flat in your city?
5. What kind of house or flat do you want to live in the future?
6. Do you like the decoration in your home? Why or why not?
7. Will you move to another house or flat in the near future?
8. What kind of house/flat are you going to move into?
9. What do you think of the area in which you live?
10. How long have you been living there?
11. What are your neighbors like?
1. Where are you from?
2. Where is your hometown?
3. Tell me about your hometown.
4. What’s your favorite thing or place in your hometown?
5. What is famous about your hometown?
6. Tell me about some scenic spots in your hometown.
7. What are the main places of interest in your hometown? What places should foreigners visit in
8. Do you like your hometown? Why or why not?
9. What is the difference between your hometown and Beijing?
10. What are the people like in your hometown?
11. If you could change one thing about your hometown, what would it be?
12. What attractive pieces of architecture are there in your hometown?
13. Is your hometown a good place for young people to live?
1. Do you often use the internet?
2. How do you go onto the internet?
3. Where do you go onto the internet?
4. What do you do on the internet?
5. Is the internet very popular in China?
6. How can people learn things on the internet?
1. What do you do in your spare time?
2. How do you usually spend your evenings?
3. Do you prefer to stay at home in the evenings or do you prefer to going out?
1. Do you use a cell phone?
2. What do you use it for?
3. How often do you use it?
4. Do you like to send short message?
5. When did you get your first mobile phone?
6. How did you feel when you got your first mobile phone?
7. What feature or function of your cell phone do you like the best?
8. Is there anything you dislike about using cell phones?
Friends and Family
1. Do you have many close friends?
2. What qualities mjinyan them good friends?
3. Do you live with your family?
4. Do your family and friends still live in your hometown?
5. Do you think family members should live together, why or why not?
6. When do you spend time with your family?
7. What do you do together?
8. Do you often go out with your friends?
9. Is your family very important to you?
10. Do you prefer to spend time with your family or your friends?
11. What do you do in your free time with your friends?
12. Are there any times when you prefer to be alone?
1. Do you like birthdays?
2. Do people in China celebrate birthdays?
3. Are any birthdays especially important in your country?
4. How do Chinese people celebrate birthdays?
5. How do you like to celebrate your birthday?
6. Do people in China have birthday parties, why or why not?
7. Do you prefer birthday parties with your friends or with your family?
8. Do you think it’s important for people to celebrate birthdays?
9. Do you think it’s important to give a special gift to someone on their birthday?
10. Are birthdays more important for children or for adults?
11. Do children and adults celebrate birthdays the same way?
12. What do children do when they have a birthday party?
1. What is your favorite language and why?
2. How long have you been learning English?
3. What do you think is the most difficult part of learning a language, and why?
4. What aspect of English do you find the most difficult?
5. What do you think is the best way to study English?
6. Do you think learning a foreign language is important? Why or why not?
7. What other second foreign language beside English would you like to learn?
8. Do you think children should learn a foreign language from a very early age?
1. Do you watch TV often?
2. What programs do you like?
3. Do you like watching TV with your family or friends or by yourself?
1. What is a typical Chinese wedding like?
2. What people are usually involved in a wedding?
3. What clothes do groom and bride usually wear?
4. What happens during the wedding?
5. Are wedding important in China, and why?
6. How wedding ceremony has changed over there years?
1. Which kind of transport do you usually use?
2. What is the public transport like in your city?
3. When are these forms of transport most crowded?
4. Do you want to have a car, why or why not?
5. Do you think there are too many cars on the road?
6. How do you think we can control the traffic condition?
7. What are the advantages and disadvantages of planes?
8. What are the advantages and disadvantages of trains
9. Are there any traffic problems in your city?
Drawing or painting
1. Do you like to draw or paint, why or why not?
2. Why do some people draw?
3. Why do children like to draw or paint?
4. Do you think it’s hard to draw or paint?
1. Do you have many relatives?
2. When you were a child, which of your relatives do you see most often or spend the most time with?
3. When you were a child, did you play more with your friends or with your relatives?
4. In the future, do you think you will have more opportunities to see your relatives than you do now?
5. Who do you feel is the most important member of your family?
6. Who do you feel is the most important relative?
1. What toys did you like to play when you were a child?
2. Do you think you learned anything from playing with toys?
3. Did you prefer to play with those toys alone or with other children?
4. If you had children, what toys would you give them?
1. What’s your favorite color, and why?
2. Do you always wear clothes in your favorite color?
3. Are there any colors that have a special meaning in your country?
4. What color would you choose to paint the walls of your room?
5. What kind of color do you dislike?
1. Which do you prefer to eat, lunch or dinner, and why?
2. Do you think there are any benefits from eating breakfast?
3. Are you willing to try some new food?
4. Which do you prefer, eating one big meal or eating several small snacks?
5. What do you consider to be a healthy diet?
6. In the past few years, have there been any changes to what people in your country eat?
1. Do you like flowers?
2. What are the most popular flowers in China?
3. On what occasions do Chinese people send flowers to others?
4. What special meanings do flowers have?
5. What is the national flower in China? And do you like it or not?
6. Do you know how to grow flowers?
1. Do people do a lot of housework in your country?
2. Do Chinese people like spending time doing housework?
3. Did you do a lot of housework when you were a child?
4. Is it important for a child to do housework?
5. What kind of housework do you have to do in China?
6. What different kinds of housework do man and woman do?
1. Have you ever been to a live concert?
2. Do you ever go to live concerts?
3. Would you like to go to a concert in the future?
4. Would you prefer to watch a concert on TV or to attend a live concert?
1. Do you like photography and why?
2. When did you start to like photography?
3. Do you keep your old photos?
4. Do you often see those old photos?
5. What’s the meaning of keeping old photos?
6. What is your most impressive photo?
1. How do you organize your time?
2. Do you think young people and older people organize their time in the same way?
3. Would you say you manage your time well?
4. Where did you learn how to organize your time?
5. How do you think you could better your time?
6. Do you think it’s useful to plan your time?
7. Have you ever been late for anything?
8. If you had more time, what would you do with the extra time?
1. Do you often use computers?
2. When did you start using computers?
3. What do you use computers for?
4. Would you say computers are important?
5. Do computers have much impact on your life?
6. What effect do computers have on children?
7. How do you think parents could minimize or avoid the negative effects of computers on their children?
8. What computer skills would you like to learn?
1. What’s your name?
2. Does your name have any special meaning or significance?
3. Have you ever changed your name, why or why not?
4. Do Chinese people like changing their names, why or why not?
5. What kind of people like changing their names?
6. What’s their purpose in changing their names?
7. In your culture, do women change their names when they get married?
Weather and Climate
1. What type of weather do you like?
2. What type of weather do Chinese people usually like?
3. Which is your favorite season?
4. Do you do different things in summer and in winter?
5. What do you often do on sunny and rainy days?
6. What is the weather like in your city?
7. 7. Do you have some ways to control the global warming?
1. Tell me something about your family members?
2. Should young people live with the old?
3. Do your parents call their parents often? What do they usually talk about?
4. Do you often talk with your parents, what do you usually talk about?
5. What are the differences in personality between your father and mother?
House and Apartment
1. Do you live in a house or an apartment?
2. How do you like it? And why?
3. What part of your home do you like best?
4. Can you describe your room?
5. Do you want to change your room?
6. What would it be if you could change something about your room?
7. Where do you live now? And how long have you been there?
8. Who do you live with?
1. Is it noisy around the area where you live?
2. What do you think can be done to control noise?
3. How does noise affect people’s life and work?
4. Do you prefer a quiet environment or an environment with some sounds?
5. Does your school have any places for studying?
6. What are some places where there is a lot noise?
7. What natural sound do you like the most, why?
8. What sounds do you dislike, why?
1. What was the first school you attended?
2. Where was it?
3. Was it far from your home?
4. How did you go to school?
5. Did you like your school?
6. What were the good things about that school?
7. Would you say it was a good school?
8. Would you send your child to that school?
9. What different types of schools have you been to?
10. Which school did you like the most, why?
11. Did your parents choose your university for you?
Driving and Cars
1. Do you or your family have a car?
2. Do you know how to drive a car?
3. When did you get your driver’s license?
4. Do you think it’s important to learn how to drive?
5. Do you think it’s important to pay attention to safety when driving?
6. Do high schools in your country have driving classes, why or why not?
7. Do you think it’s important to have driving classes at school?