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2016年5月22日托福口语真题解析


摘要:Task 1 Which of the following is the best way to learn about a city: to join an organized trip; to visit the museums; to take walks in the streets of its cities ? 重复题目: 2015 年 9 月 12 日中国大陆 Task1 : Which one of the ways do you think is

Task 1

  Which of the following is the best way to learn about a city: to join an organized trip; to visit the museums; to take walks in the streets of its cities

  重复题目:

  2015912日中国大陆Task1Which one of the ways do you think is the best one to learn about a new city? Joining an organized visit; visiting the museum; Walking in the street

  相似题目:

  2006121日中国大陆Task2The best way to visit a city is to visit its landmarks and historical sites. Do you agree or disagree with the above statement? Please state your opinion and reasons.

  范例

  If you have enough time, the best way to learn about a city is to explore the streets and alleys yourself on foot or by bike. Before setting off, I would usually get a guidebook or do a lot of research online, studying the maps, browsing comments and journals about the city from experienced backpackers. Some of the tips are really insightful and can save tons of time and quite some money as well, for instance, always avoid restaurants teaming with expats and follow the locals for the most authentic and fairly-priced food. It makes a lot of sense. Born and raised in the city, the local people are experts better than any museums and any travel agency, they know the history, they speak the language, and their presence is the culture itself. While you would probably find yourself visiting the most touristy or expensive parts the city, if you go to the travel agency to sign up for a trip.

  Task 2

  Some people like surprise visits from their friends, others prefer to be informed ahead of the visit. Which one do you prefer?

  重复题目:

  2015131日中国大陆Task2:Some people like surprise visits from their friends, others prefer to be informed of such visits. Which one do you prefer?

  范例

  Personally speaking, I dont like surprises, especially a surprise visit. Because, first, it may throw up my schedule. I like following through a plan without interruptions. Making adjustments for the short notice are stressful. And if a friend wants to visit me, I would also need some time to clean up my room and prepare the food or something for a decent meal. Sometimes, A well-intended surprise visit may also end up with embarrassment. Last week, I invited a bunch of friends for my birthday Party at my place except my best friend, well my girl friend, because she had told me about a business trip she had to take weeks before. So, we were having fun drinking and playing games, then some one knocked on the door, it was her with a huge birthday cake, looking jealous.

  Task 3

  题目

  change: 学校决定开展给教授进行电脑技术培训的项目

  P1: 教授可以用电子设施

  P2: 设立bonus来激励教授参加

  对话观点:男的赞成

  R1: 如果老师只talk,学生无法集中注意力,无聊,比如历史课,有照片和视频会吸引学生

  R2: 教授忙于打分,作业和研究之类的,bonus可以鼓励他们参与到这个项目中去学习新技能

  Task 4

  题目

  名词:Startle Defense

  定义:动物display bright color或者loud sound来转移predator的注意力从而逃跑

  例子:和grass颜色很像的grasshoppers,如果鸟来了,它们会展开翅膀露出鲜红色和发生clicking的声音,鸟受到惊吓的瞬间,趁机逃跑。

  Task 5

  题目

  问题:女孩儿在打篮球的时候伤到肌肉,看医生很酸痛,但是有个篮球赛要来了。。。

  方案1:女孩儿想好得快就不能打比赛

  方案2:女孩儿实在想比赛就比赛前做拉伸,比赛后用冰敷一敷

  Task 6

  范例

  课题:两个拥有loyal customers的好处

  第一个好处:transmit positive information,人们会把自己喜欢的产品告诉身边的人

  比如:一个汽车修理服务很好,如果你有朋友需要修车,你肯定会推荐ta去那家店

  第二个好处:helpful to customer service,相当于帮公司提供免费客户服务

  比如:professor喜欢一个书店,经常在那儿看书,当有人找不到历史书的时候,他竟然会主动帮忙带路