1.Some British families decide not to buy televisions because they influence the development of the creativity of children. What do you think？
2.Some of the methods used in advertising are unethical and unacceptable in today’s society. To what extent do you agree with this view？
3.The world has many towns and cities constructed in previous centuries that are suitable and livable for people in those times. What problems will this cause today and what can be done to solve these problems？
4.People still value artists in the age of advanced science and technology. What are the reasons？ Are arts as important as science and technology？
5.Some people think that the library is a waste of money and the computer technology is replacing its function. To what extent do you agree or disagree？
6.Some people believe that studying in a college or university is the best way for students to prepare for their future career. Others think they should leave school as soon as possible to develop their career through work experience. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.
Reading Passage 1
Title：The impact of advertisement on children （MS）
List of headings （7）
Reading Passage 2
現狀；Section C： 關于第二個雕像的豎立經歷、細節、及其受歡迎的現狀；Section
文章內容回顧 D： 關于第三個教堂雕像，因為海水侵蝕消失了，而今重新雕刻，受到阻礙，有個
1. Do you like your name?
2. Does your name have any special meaning?
3. What kinds of names are popular in China?
4. Are there many Chinese people who have the same name as you?
5. Is there any tradition about naming babies?
雅思口語基礎話題 Work or study
1. Why did you choose to study that subject?
2. Is it interesting?
3. What subjects are you studying?
4. Do you prefer to study in the mornings or in the afternoons?
5. Are you looking forward to working?
6. Do you like your subject?
7. What work do you do?
8. Why did you choose to do that type of work?
9. Do you miss being a student?
10. Do you like your job?
雅思口語基礎話題 Home (Your Accommodation)
V100605 s1 Completion/Multiple Choice
1.Type of holiday： surfing
2.Meal ： includes breakfast
3.Facilities ： gym
5.A shared room
6.Type of insurance ： Basic
8.Price ： 42.50
9.Cheapest transport ： taxi
10.Pay by ： cheque
V100605 s2 Completion/Multiple Choice
11. local hero
12. European painting
13. learning zone
16. historical photograph
17. cinema zone
18. A sicience centre
20. B three days
1. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement？ People should sometimes do things that they do not enjoy doing. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.
It is only natural that we do things that we enjoy doing. However， doing things that we hate to do is a basic component of life. I agree that people occasionally have to do things that they dislike doing. There are a great number of things that we should do but hate to do. Moreover， by doing things we hate to do first， sometimes we learn to like them.
In their personal lives， people sometimes have to accomplish tasks that they dislike doing. Who enjoys visiting a doctor， for example？ We do this， however， because it is essential to taking care of our health. I do not know many people who enjoy doing household chores. But we do them because we need to maintain an orderly family life.
In their professional live， people occasionally have to finish tasks that are not fun， but that are essential components of their jobs. Few people like to work with someone who no one else likes. But if the person is a representative of our business partner， we may have to work with the person. If we are teachers， we may sometimes have to disciplin...
Models of Egg Development
Several different theories have been put forward to explain how the hard-shelled eggs of land-dwelling reptiles （e.g. lizards） evolved from the soft eggs that amphibians （e.g. frogs and toads） lay in water. The Romer model of egg development is named after the late Alfred Romer， a paleontologist who also became director of the Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology. His specialty was early reptiles because， he felt， they were the key to understanding the great reptile diversification seen in the Late Paleozoic and Mesozoic Eras （around 230 million years ago）. Romer＇s hypothesis was that some aquatic amphibians that is， amphibians living in water called anthracosaurs began to lay their eggs on land at about the time that they were evolving reptile-like skeletal features. Indeed， some of these early amphibians and earliest reptiles are so similar in their skeletons that the exact transition point from one to the other is still difficult to determine. Eventually， though， the transition was made， but these early reptiles remained aquatic. The advantage for laying eggs on land was primarily to avoid the aquatic larval （pre- adult） stage during which immature amphibians live exclusively in water with its inherent risk of predators and drying of ...
1. Do you prefer to prepare something a lot of time before deadline or wait until the last minute before deadline？ Please give specific reasons and details to support your idea.
I would try to start a project as early as possible. Because an early-start leaves us sufficient time and energy to improve and revise， so the quality of the project could be better guaranteed； an early start also allows us to follow a systematic plan and enjoy an unhurried schedule. Actually， I used to procrastinate a lot， and a lousy time management only leads to bad consequence. I remember I was once invited to attend a high-level school presentation contest. So many things were distracting me at the time and I waited until the night before the deadline to start writing my speech， and the result was a nightmare. My mind went blank automatically when I was on the stage， which was totally embarrassing.
1. Leaving some time for group discussion in class is beneficial for study. Do you agree or not？
As far as I am concerned， leaving some time for group discussion in class has much benefit. First of all， it enables us to exchang...
1. Why does the woman go to see the man？
A. To get details about postgraduate research opportunities at another university
B. To find out if alternatives exist to the biology department＇s summer program
C. To get permission to do an independent study project over the summer
D. To inform the man of a change in her plan of study.
2. How does the man respond to the woman＇s decision to study biology？
A. He is pleased by her decision.
B. He warns the woman about a potential problem with her decision.
C. He thinks the woman should wait a year.
D. He questions her reasons for making the change.
3. Why does the man mention several different branches of biology？
A. To suggest some possible research areas for the woman＇s independent study project
B. To indicate that the woman will need to decide on an area to specialize in