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必赢棋牌剑桥雅思考官范文,2018年6月英语四级阅

  2018年上半年全国大学英语四六级考试于6月16日进行,新浪教育24小时全程关注,为你带来第一手四六级考试资讯。以下为英语四级阅读参考答案及解析:

It is not uncommon these days for young adults to accept higher education in universities rather than go to work directly after graduating from high school. People tend to think that those who having a diploma will have a better job, a higher salary and a more successful career. However, there are some badmouthing against higher education recently. Some argue that going to university is useless and time-wasting, because students only learn theories from textbook in university and lack practical experience, as well as miss the chances to be promoted. Is investing in a higher education still worth it? My answer is “yes”. Higher education pays off not only financially but in ways that are impossible to measure.

在剑桥雅思中,利弊探讨题的考官范文一共给了六篇,如下:

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First, having a degree often means having a better job and earning more money. Graduates may get a same, or even a lower salary compared to their colleagues when they get a job at the first time, but they will soon get a much higher salary after accustomed to the working place and gain social experience. They tend to have a better job performance, be more adaptable to news things, and more creative, thus they are easily to be promoted. Besides, a diploma also gives graduates an upper hand in a economic recession. They stand a better chance of not being laid off, because they are doing more creative jobs in a knowledge-based economy.

剑4 Test B

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Second and more important, students have a new way of approaching the world, through the power of learning, analyzing, and thinking critically. University is not only a place to acquire knowledge, but to learn different ways of thinking as well. For instance, historical lessons are more than just demonstrating some statistics and to know some well-known figures in the history. The true meaning of learning history is to give students a chance to understand themselves differently, seeing how their lives are both like and unlike those who inhabited other eras and other lands. Students learn to analyze one thing from different perspectives. Therefore, they tend to be more sensible and less credulous to the misleading advertisements full of their lives. Higher education prepares students for a lifetime of considering information and growing in knowledge and in wisdom.

Some people believe that children should be allowed to stay at home and play until they are six or seven years old. Others believe that it is important for young children to go to school as soon as possible.

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Admittedly, students spending a long time in the ivory tower may lack practical experience and not adaptable to a social job. They may not know how to use the knowledge they learned from textbook to solve real life’s problems. However, they can simply overcome this difficulty by taking part-time jobs and attending more social events. A student majoring in economy may not know how to sell household equipment in a department, but after analyzing those products with the knowledge learned from school, and then conceiving of a few of plans, he or she may quickly promote those equipment, and perform much better than before. Moreover, there are many practical lessons in school to help student gain real experience. In these lessons, professors encourage students to think independently, to cooperate with their team members, to build a new model by using theoretical knowledge in order to solve problems.

What do you think are the advantages of attending school from a young age?

  26。 E constructed

Overall, investing in higher education is a worthy deal, for it will bring you an immeasurable fortune, both in physical and spiritual sides. it not only helps you kickstart a career in fields you like, but gives you a new way to approach the world. The value of higher education is embodied in those who dream bigger and achieve more, who create their own futures by their own hands and shape their own destinies.

剑5 Test 2

  27。 O undertaken


In some countries young people are encouraged to work or travel for year between finishing high school and starting university studies.

  28。 F consulted

本文是没有经过批改的原汁原味版,所以大概会有少量错误。这篇文章是我今年考研至今(10月)写下的第一篇文章,是努力一年所取得的进步的证明。虽然文中的精彩句子基本来源于参考资料,虽然上交后才发现看错题目要求……总之,合影,留念。

Discuss the advantages and disadvantages for young people who decide to do this.

  29。 M array

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剑9 Test 1

  30。 N scale

Some experts believe that it is better for children to begin learning a foreign language at primary school rather than secondary school.

  31。 I eventually

Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages?

  32。 K necessarily

剑10 Test 3

  33。 L production

Countries are becoming more and more similar because people are able to buy the same products anywhere in the world.

  34。 A cheaper

Do you think this is a positive or negative development?

  35。 J height

剑10 TestB

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Some parents buy their children a large number of toys to play with.

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What are the advantages and disadvantages for the child of having a large number of toys.

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  36。 K (A student’s yearly expenses on access…)

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  37。 D (The online access codes may be seen as a way。。。)

剑4 Test B

  38。 M ( If a students takes a course again,they may have to buy a new access code to。。。)

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

  39。 G (McGraw Hill accounts for over one-fifth of the market share of college textbooks。)

Write about the following topic:

  40。 B (Many traditional textbook publishers are now offering online digital products。。。)

Some people believe that children should be allowed to stay at home and play until they are six or seven years old. Others believe that it is important for young children to go to school as soon as possible.

  41。 C (One student complained that they now had to pay for access codes。。。)

What do you think are the advantages of attending school from a young age?

  42。 H (Digital materials can cost students less than half the price of tranditional printed book。。。)

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

  43。 F (One student decided not to buy her access code until she received the pay for her part-time job。)

Write at least 250 words.

  44。 J (Online systems may deprive teachers of opportunities to make the best use of their expertise for their students。)

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  45。 C (Digital access codes are criticized because they are profit-driven just。。。)

In many places today, children start primary school at around the age of six or seven. However, because it is more likely now that both parents work, there is little opportunity for children to stay in their own home up to that age. Instead, they will probably go to a nursery school when they are much younger.

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While some people think this may be damaging to a child's development, or to a child's relationship with his or her parents, in fact there are many advantages to having school experience at a young age.

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Firstly, a child will learn to interact with a lot of different people and some children learn to communicate very early because of this. They are generally more confident and independent than children who stay at home with their parents and who are not used to strangers or new situations. Such children find their first day at school at the age of six very frightening and this may have a negative effect on how they learn.

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Another advantage of going to school at an early age is that children develop faster socially. They make friends and learn how to get on with other children of a similar age. This is often not possible at home because they are the only child, or because their brothers or sisters are older or younger.

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So overall, I believe that, attending school from a young age is good for most children. They still spend plenty of time at home with their parents, so they can benefit from both environments.

  46。 A (Seneca‘s thinking is still applicable today。)

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  47。 B (It is a teaching tool under development。)

剑5 Test 2

  48。 C (It helps them learn their academic subjects better。)

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

  49。 D (They use various ways to explain the materials。)

Write about the following topic:

  50。 B (Their emotional involvement。)

In some countries young people are encouraged to work or travel for year between finishing high school and starting university studies.

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Discuss the advantages and disadvantages for young people who decide to do this.

  51。 D (They are better educated than their male counterparts。)

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

  52。 C (They think it needs further improving。)

Write at least 250 words.

  53。 B (Job stability and flexibility。)

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  54。 D (The balance between work and family。)

It is quite common these days for young people in many countries to have a break from studying after graduating from high school. The trend is not restricted to rich students who have the money to travel, but is also evident among poorer students who choose to work and become economically independent for a period of time.

  55。 A (They still view this world as one dominated by males。)

The reasons for this trend may involve the recognition that a young adult who passes directly from school to university is rather restricted in terms of general knowledge and experience of the world. By contrast, those who have spent some time earning a living or travelling to other places, have a broader view of life and better personal resources to draw on. They tend to be more independent, which is a very important factor in academic study and research, as well as giving them an advantage in terms of coping with the challenges of student life.

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However, there are certainly dangers in taking time off at that important age. Young adults may end up never returning to their studies or finding it difficult to readapt to an academic environment. They may think that it is better to continue in a particular job, or to do something completely different from a university course. But overall, I think this is less likely today, when academic qualifications are essential for getting a reasonable career.

My view is that young people should be encouraged to broaden their horizons. That is the best way for them to get a clear perspective of what they are hoping to do with their lives and why. Students with such a perspective are usually the most effective and motivated ones and taking a year off may be the best way to gain this.

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剑9 Test 1

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

Some experts believe that it is better for children to begin learning a foreign language at primary school rather than secondary school.

Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.

范文

Traditionally, children have begun studying foreign languages at secondary school, but introducing them earlier is recommended by some educationalists. This policy has been adopted by some educational authorities or individual schools, with both positive and negative outcomes.

The obvious argument in its favour is that young children pick up languages much more easily than teenagers. Their brains are still programmed to acquire their mother tongue, which facilitates learning another language, and unlike adolescents, they are not inhibited by self-consciousness.

The greater flexibility of the primary timetable allows for more frequent, shorter sessions and for a play-centred approach, thus maintaining learners' enthusiasm and progress. Their command of the language in later life will benefit from this early exposure, while learning other languages subsequently will be easier for them. They may also gain a better understanding of other cultures.

There are, however, some disadvantages. Primary school teachers are generalists. and may not have the necessary language skills themselves. If specialists have to be brought in to deliver these sessions, the flexibility referred to above is diminished. If primary language teaching is not standardised, secondary schools could be faced with a great variety of levels in different languages within their intake, resulting in a classroom experience which undoes the earlier gains. There is no advantage if enthusiastic primary pupils become demotivated as soon as they change schools. However, these issues can be addressed strategically within the policy adopted.

Anything which encourages language learning benefits society culturally and economically, and early exposure to language learning contributes to this. Young children's innate abilities should be harnessed to make these benefits more achievable.

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剑10 Test 3

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

Countries are becoming more and more similar because people are able to buy the same products anywhere in the world.

Do you think this is a positive or negative development?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.

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It is said that countries are becoming similar to each other because of the global spread of the same products, which are now available for purchase almost anywhere. I strongly believe that this modern development is largely detrimental to culture and traditions worldwide.

A country's history, language and ethos are all inextricably bound up in its manufactured artefacts. If the relentless advance of international brands into every corner of the world continues, these bland packages might one day completely oust the traditional objects of a nation, which would be a loss of richness and diversity in the world, as well as the sad disappearance of the manifestations of a place`s character. What would a Japanese tea ceremony be without its specially crafted teapot, or a Fijian kava ritual without its bowl made from a certain type of tree bark?

Let us not forget either that traditional products, whether these be medicines, cosmetics, toys, clothes, utensils or food, provide employment for local people. The spread of multinational products can often bring in its wake a loss of jobs. as people turn to buying the new brand, perhaps thinking it more glamorous than the one they are used to. This eventually puts old-school craftspeople out of work.

Finally, tourism numbers may also be affected, as travellers become disillusioned with finding every place just the same as the one they visited previously. To see the same products in shops the world over is boring, and does not impel visitors to open their wallets in the same way that trinkets or souvenirs unique to the particular area do.

Some may argue that all people are entitled to have access to the same products, but I say that local objects suit local conditions best, and that faceless uniformity worldwide is an unwelcome and dreary prospect.

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剑10 Test B

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

Some parents buy their children a large number of toys to play with.

What are the advantages and disadvantages for the child of having a large number of toys.

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.

范文

It is true that many parents purchase a multitude of playthings for their offspring. Whether or not this is a good thing for the child, is a moot point. On the face of it the advantages seem most apparent, but could there be a downside to this phenomenon of devoted parenting as well?

Most people would consider children who have many toys to be the fortunate ones. Interesting things to play with stimulate many positives in the young boy or girl, such as optimum brain development, hand-eye coordination and colour recognition, apart from the simple joy of playing. Modern toys are designed to be educational as well as fun, and concerned parents carefully select products which might speed their child's acquisition of numbers or the alphabet.

Is it possible that owning multiple toys could be in any way detrimental to a child? This is an unusual question, but there are some hidden pitfalls. For one, wealthy parents might spoil their son or daughter by showering him/her with toys, resulting in a negative effect on the child's character. For another, a growing child's concentration span may suffer if they are constantly surrounded by too many tempting objects, so that they become unable to focus on any one game for a decent length of time before being distracted. On the social side, older children may become targets of envy from classmates, if they are perceived as having far more possessions than their peers. Finally, the majority of toys today are made of plastic which commonly contains the chemical BPA, proven to be dangerous for infants to suck on or ingest.

It is clear then that this situation is not as straightforward as it first appears. It would seem that one of the many duties of parents is to make an informed choice about how many toys they buy for their young ones.

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