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2014年4月12日北美托福考试真题再现

2014-09-02 13:37 | 编辑: xiaoxu | 来自: 小站教育

摘要:  2014年4月份的两次考试都有什么样的题型呢?下面就跟随小站一起来看看4月中旬的考试,出现的真题吧!  我们今天主要是分析这次考试的口

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    2014年4月份的两次考试都有什么样的题型呢?下面就跟随小站一起来看看4月中旬的考试,出现的真题吧!

  我们今天主要是分析这次考试的口语和写作,阅读和听力小站也是会向大家分享的,在我们一起回顾真题期间,如果大家有疑问可以免费咨询小站教育的答疑顾问。

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  口语一,说出互联网对你的一个益处benefit

  describe one case of your using the internet and how it benefited you.

  口语二,现代人的生活方式比一百年前的人的生活方式健康?

  do you agree with the statement: it is easier for people today to lead a healthy life than people 100 years ago.

  口语三,文中说下学期开始,学生将不被允许在学生活动中心外面的墙上张贴海报,因为海报使建筑难看,海报可以贴在餐厅的海报栏里。女生不认同,她说如果不给贴,那个建筑就会变的很boring,就是光秃秃的水泥墙,海报使建筑看上去有艺术感,使它具有性格和个性,海报常常变化,也使得建筑不那么沉闷。关于海报贴在餐厅外,女孩说不是所有人都在餐厅吃饭,课后有的人吃点零食,有的在外面吃从家带来的饭,这样的话,他们就看不到贴在餐厅外的海报,可能会错过很多announcements.

  the university announced a ew policy that posters are no longer allowed to be put up at the enterance of the student center building for the reason that the posters make the building less attractive.

  the girl does not agree with the idea, and she think it is a bad idea. firstly, she said the student center building is a boring asuare and the artistic posters add to its character and the colorful posters make the building more attractive. second, not all students go to the dinning hall

  口语四,说的是animal coloration,说是动物会具有一种独特的颜色,这种颜色会警告它的捕食者,如果被侵犯,它就会攻击,吃过苦头的攻击者下次见到这种颜色的动物就会避而远之。教授说了一个例子,skunk臭鼬是一种全身黑的动物,只有一缕白毛从头部延伸到尾巴,它被攻击时会竖起毛,尾巴上的腺体喷出十分难闻的气体。比如说一只狼接近它,它就会把这种难闻的液体喷狼一身,由于这种液体十分的恶心难闻,狼就记住了这种动物的颜色特征,下次这只狼再看到全身黑,背上有从头到尾巴的白毛的动物就会远远的避开。

  In the biology class, the professor used the example of skunk to illustrate the concept of Warning coloration. skunk is a small black mammel with white distinctive strips. when a walf want to attack it, the skunk will lift its tail and spray a terrible smelling liquid from its glan over the walf. with this experience, when the walf later meet the white striped black skunk again, the walf will leave the skunk alone.

  口语五,男生想去参加一个电影鉴赏会,但是那天晚上他cousin要来,他要和他在餐厅吃饭,给他介绍学校的情况。他有两个选择,女孩说她可以陪他cousin吃饭,介绍学校情况,因为她天天晚上都在餐厅吃饭,男孩说让一个不同的人介绍学校确实好,但是他cousin有些害羞,他有点担心他会感觉不舒服,另外一个办法是不去看电影,以后再看,但是他又非常想参加后面的讨论会。女生让他决定好了告诉她。

  the boy student Bob is planing to see a movie from Hitchkook that evening and attend the discussion afterwards. However, his cousin is coming to the university that evening. Bob has two options. He can go to the movie and leave the cousin to his friends. The problem is that his cousin is shy and he wants the cousin to have a good time. He can also skip the movie and have dinner with his cousin and match the movie the other day. my suggestion is that he spend the time with his cousin that

  口语六,为什么有的事情会记得比别的事情清楚。两个原因,第一是如果你对这个事情预先有所了解,你就会记得比其他事情清楚,事后也更容易回忆起来。比如你去参加一个古典音乐会,如果你对古典音乐有比较多的了解,一年后让你回忆这个音乐会,你就很容易记起很多它的细节,相反你可能什么也想不起来。第二个原因是某些事物可能和其他的事物有比较大的区别,这些不同的事物更容易被记住,比如你去上大学里的一节大课,一年后让你回忆,你可能记起来的是那个个子非常高的男生,或是非常聪明的一个女孩。

  in the psychology class, the professor gave two reasons why we remember some things better than other things. the first factor is how we know about the thing. her example is that is we know much about classical music and play it ourselves, it will be easier for us to remember a classical music concert. otherwise, we will not remember the details. The other factor is whether the thing is unusual. her example ia that when we have a class with 100 students. it is easier for us to remember

  写作一,在美国,某些人认为电子病历有三个优点,省钱,不会发生错误,和利于做科研。教授认为这些优点是uncertain,他说,即使有了电子病历,医生们还是会把纸质病历作为备份,所以存储转移这些病历的费用并没有省下来。第二,虽然电子病历使用电脑,但是还是难免出现错误,因为病历还是由医生手写,职员打字输入的,在辨识医生的文字和输入电脑的过程中都有可能出现错误。第三,文中说电子病历利于更方便的取得大量病人的相关资料做研究,但是教授说在美国病人的病历属于隐私的范畴,有隐私法privacy laws来监督,研究人员不可能随意的查看病人的病历,首先他必须经过严格复杂的程序获得很多人包括病人自己的允许才能查看病历,所以关于电子病历的这个优点是不存在的。

  The passage offered three benefits of adopting the electronic system of doctors’ records. However, the speaker refuted that the supposed benefits are highly uncertain.

  the passage first claimed that the electronic records save much costs on the storage and transferring of paper records. To deny this, the speaker mentioned that the doctors will still keep the signed paper records as a backup and for later legal purposes. she said that the cost cut is not significant.

  then, the passage argued that the electronic records can help prevent the mistakes such as illegible handwritings. To oppose this, the speaker brought about the fact that the doctors will still take notes with pens, and it is the staff who will input the material into the electronic system. therefore the error can not be iliminated.

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  Finally, the passage stated that the electronic system can help aiding the medical research. To oppose this, the speaker let the listerners pay attention to the fact that the strick privacy laws will still prevent the researchers from accessing the medical record database

  写作二,名人,比如娱乐明星或体育明星,他们的观点对年轻人来说,要比对成年或老年人来说,更加重要。the opinions of the celebrities, like the entertainers,or the famous athelets,are more important to the younger people than to the older people大概这样。

  上面的真题可以让备考生更有明确的目标来备考,但是大千世界无奇不有,这也提醒考生不能太依赖真题来备考。托福考试就是要求考生能把一种不是自己的母语运用自如,这也是能在异国求学的基础。

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