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S1:Table Filling
1. morning
2. French
3. first
4. money
5. Painting
6. brushes
7. girl's
8. 15th June
9. J52
10. station
11. A. are old enough
12. C. North point 
13. C. having a photo taken
14. A. at the Reception Desk
15. B. birds
16. B. The first-feeding pool
17. I. The Education Centre
18. G. The Spa and Beauty Room
19. J. The Photo Shop
20. F. The Real Estate Office
21. village
22. age
23. ground plan
24. maps
25. fireplaces
26. choosing
27. wood
28. problems
29. occupancy
30. unanswered
31. C. no science data back up
32. A. 20
33. A. vegetation
34. C. underground
35. B. wetland become desert
36. 8 (months)
37. depth
38. fear
39. attacked
40. migration patterns


Passage 1:欧洲运河发展
1. sail in the narrow rivers通航的难度更大--TRUE
2.题干不详-- NOT GIVEN
3. Merchant拒绝支持建设-FALSE
4.英国和欧洲的 canal founded are different-FALSE
5. one organization take actions to turn against the canals --TRUE
6. 题干不详-- NOT GIVEN
7. bridge can connect more than two places. -- TRUE
8. 题干不详-- TRUE
9.什么地方发展运河最好?Mother England
10.什么地方不适合运河,应用失败?Agricultural regions
11.谁买走了不赚钱的 buyers of the unprofitable canals? Railway companies
12.问谁从中赚的最多…? Speculators投机商们
13.为什么 canals现在不行了填roads
14. industry
Passage 2:  业余航空爱好者和专业的宇航员
24.Cassini spacecraft
25.Arizona university
26.Digital cameras
For the next day and a half, they took turns climbing into the STS-400 centrifuge's capsule and going on simulated flights. At first, the ride gave us half the G's that would be experienced on SpaceShipTwo. Then we worked our way up to the full profile: 3.5 Gx and 3.5 Gz for blastoff, zero G in the middle, and then an elephant-sized push of 6 Gx on the way down.
The numbers don't really give you a sense of what it feels like. Bailey described it better after he took a few turns. "A roller coaster on steroids ... it's just like a huge roller coaster, but very intense. And actually a lot of fun," he said.
The ride was no big deal for one of Henwood's students, but he had an unfair advantage. The "student" was Todd Ericson, an Air Force test pilot. Ericson, who has been trained to handle 9 G's of acceleration, hammed it up when it was his turn.
The Gx part of the flight was weird in a different way: Although some have compared it to an elephant sitting on your chest, to me it felt as if an elephant was popping out of my chest, "Alien"-style.
The experience had a profound effect on Willan, who has been waiting nine years and counting for his spaceflight. The big-screen view of star-filled sky above and Earth below was merely computer-generated, but it still brought tears to his eyes.
Passage 3:史前文明
In the early 1960s, the map of Physios was studied by the Massachusetts Technology Institute doctor Richard Strachan together with Hopgood. Both scientists concluded that Physios had really pictured the Antarctica shores free of ice. The shore counters and characteristic features of the relief are really close to the information about the covered with ice surface of the continent, which was mapped in 1958 by specialists from different countries.
Apropos, Gerard Cremer, known in the world as Mercator, also trusted the Orontes evidence. He included the Physios map into his atlas, where there were several Antarctica maps of Mercator himself. There is one interesting feature: in the Mercator map made in 1569, the west shore of South America is pictured less accurately, than in the earlier map of Mercator from 1538. The reasons of this contradiction are following: while working at the earlier map, the cartographer of 16th century proceeded from ancient sources which were not kept till our time, and while working at the later map, he proceeded from observations of first Spanish investigators of South America. The mistake of Gerard Mercator could be excused. In 16th century, there were no precise methods to measure longitude: as a rule, the error could have made hundreds of kilometers!
And, finally, Philippe Boiche, full member of French Academy of Science. In 1737, he published his map of Antarctica. Boiche presented the precise Antarctica picture of the time when the continent was free of ice. In his map, the under-ice topography of the continent is presented about which our civilization (which is supposed to be born not earlier than in fourth millennium B. C.) had no clear idea till 1958. Moreover, basing on now-lost sources, the French academician pictured in the middle of the South Pole continent a water space dividing it in two sub-continents which were situated to the west and to the east from the line, where now Trans-Antarctic Mountains are marked. According to the investigation in the framework of International Geophysical Year (1958), Antarctic which is pictured as one continent in up-to-date maps is in fact an archipelago of big islands covered with 1.5-kilometre ice.  


Human activities have negative effect on plants and animal species. Some people think that it is too late to do anything about this problem. Other people believe that effective measures can be taken to improve this situation. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
Gradually, the public is beginning to worry that the worse is yet to come. Some fear that if little or nothing is done in time to prevent the disaster from happening , humankind as species might be doomed as well. Such is at least the view held by quite a few scientists and environmentalists who call for severe sanctions, or else. Others, however, believe that the case is not hopeless. The good news is that there is an increasing awareness of the great danger human beings are in. An urgent global commitment has actually been reached to join forces to maintain ecosystem, saving Nature for Nature's sake, despite the fact that in certain crucial fields apparently not enough has been done. As it is, protecting the natural mechanisms and preventing pollution are hard tasks to deal with, nevertheless human beings ought to trust themselves in meeting the challenges, by reason or by force.
Excessive logging, illegal hunting and fishing, and out-of-control pollution continue in many corners of the planet on penalties of heavy fines and criminal charges, but concerned governments across the world are no longer turning a blind eye. It is a truth universally acknowledged that, unless effective measures are taken altogether at once, mankind's road to doom is sure, although very slow. Fortunately human beings now know that harming the earth is easy like pulling bricks from a giant wall, and that they may keep doing it until the wall suddenly collapses.
又到了雅思口语换题季啦~这一季度,口语Part 1 又添了很多新题。
像perfume 香水, 问题有:
      * Do you use perfume?
  * What type of perfume do you like most?
  * Do you use perfume as a gift?
  * What does the perfume mean to you?
像smile 微笑, 问题有:
  * When do people smile to others?
  * Do you smile when someone take photos for you?
  * Can you recognize a fake smile?
  * Do you like to smile?
像litter 垃圾, 问题有:
  * Will you pick up litter when you are walking on the street?
  * Why do people throw garbage on the street?
  * Do you think your city is clean or not?
  * How do you feel when you see people throwing garbage on the street?
像street market 街头市场,问题有:
  * Are there many street markets in your country?
    * Do you often go to the street market?
  * What are the differences between street markets and supermarkets/shopping mall?
   * What do street markets sell?
    * Would you feel interesting if you see a street market in a foreign country?
像travelling 旅游,问题有:
  * Do you like travelling?
  * Which cities have you visited?
  * What is the place that left you the deepest impression when travelling?
  * What kind of cities do you like to travel to?
  * Will you go to other cities to work?
  * Are there any difficulties may occur during the trip?
像reading/ books 阅读/书籍, 问题有:
  * Do you like reading books? Why or why not?
  * What (kinds of) books do you like to read?
  * Did you read much when you were a child?
  * What (kinds of) books did you like reading when you were a child?
  * Do (young) children like reading books?
  * For children, what do you think are the benefits of reading?
  * Do Chinese people do enough reading?
   * What kind of people like reading and what kind of people don’t like reading?
还有planning/time management 计划/时间管理, being busy 忙碌,  math 数学, borrowing 借东西, visit relatives 拜访亲戚, outdoor 户外, social networking apps 社交软件。
(1) Part 1 高频新题有book, being punctual, smile, perfume以及rubbish。其中
smile, perfume 以及rubbish属于全新题, 但并不算难题。film star和area you live in
(2) Part 2 高频新题:A time when you invited your friends or family members for dinner at home or in the restaurant, 此题属于旧题改编题,以前考过的类似话题是a special meal, a dinner you had with your friends. 另外,人物类话题中的A singer you like,出现的频次也很高,不过难度不大。
1. Study/ Work(常规必考题)
2. Accommodation(常规必考题)
3. Hometown(常规必考题)
4. Books (6月新题 旧题回库 )
5. Social variety (6月新题 待确认)
6. Smile (6月全新题)
When do people smile to others?
Do you smile when someone takes photos for you?
Can you feel it when someone’s smile is fake?
7. Perfume (6月新题 全新题)
Do you like perfume?
Do you use perfume as a gift?
8. time management /being punctual (6月新题 旧题回库)
9. rubbish (6月新题 全新)
10. film star
11. Sky
12. Tea or coffee
13. Music/ Concerts
14. Films/ Movies
15. Crowded place
16. Parks/ Gardens
17. Sports/ Physical exercise
18. Cooking
19. Colours
20. Transport
21. Sharing
22. Shoes
23. Weather/ Seasons
24. Photos
25. Animal (Pets)
26. Email/ Letters
27. Public holiday/ Holiday
28. Patience
29. Sleep
30. Handwriting
31. Drinking water
32. The area you live in
33. Drawing/ Paintings
34. Sunglasses
1. A person you know who is good at foreign language (6月新题 旧题回库)
2. A person who encouraged you to achieve a goal(6月新题 全新题)
Who he or she is
What this person encouraged you to do
And explain why this encouragement helped you to achieve the goal.
3. A good-looking person (6月新题 旧题回库)
4. A person who has interesting ideas(6月新题 旧题改编)
5. A foreign celebrity you want to meet (6月新题 旧题改编)
6. A singer you like (6月新题旧题回库)
7. A person you know who helps to protect the environment
8. Someone you would like to study or work with
9. An intelligent person you know
10. A teenager you know
11. A person you wanted to be similar to when you were growing up
1. A place you wanted to travel to (6月新题旧题回库)
2. A historical building (6月新题 旧题回库)
3. An ideal house
4. An interesting part of your country
Event & Experiences
1. A time when you invited your friends or family members for dinner at home or in a restaurant (6月新题 旧题改编)
2. A time when you got up early (6月新题 旧题回库)
3. An occasion when you received incorrect information (6月新题 全新题)
4. A time when you received a call from someone you do not know in the public place (6月新题 全新题)
5. An experience you solved the problem via internet ( 6月新题 全新题)
6. An occasion you showed something new to younger people ( 6月新题 全新题)
7. A piece of good news you heard (from TV or the Internet)
8. A time when you made a complaint and were satisfied with the result
9. A party you attended before
10. An occasion when a home appliance broke down or stopped working.
11. An occasion you borrowed something from friends or family members
12. A time you received terrible service
13. A free day off study or work
1. A prize you want to get (6月新题)
2. Something you bought but rarely use now
3. A book you recently read
4. A kind of food people eat during a special event
5. A game (not a sport) you enjoyed when you were a child
6. Something lost by others but found by you
7. An important plant in your country
1. A quiz program or game show on TV(6月新题 旧题改编)
2. An important decision you made with the help of others
3. A piece of good news you heard
4. A good law in your country
5. A subject you used to dislike but now have interest in
6. An outdoor sport you played for the first time
7. An activity you do when you are alone in your free time
8. A job that was done by your grandparents
9. A sport you want to try that you have watched before
10. A skill that took you a long time to learn
11. A second foreign language you would like to learn