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高考英语口试辅导材料(四)
2010-12-15 11:01:49 星期三            来源: 本站原创

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Dinner starts with a small dish, which is often called a starter. Some people pray before they start eating, and other people may keep silent for a moment. Then you can say “Enjoy your meal” to each other and everybody starts eating. For the starter, which you eat with the smaller pair, you keep the knife in your right hand and the fork in your left. After the starter you will get a bowl of soup – but only one bowl of soup and never ask for a second serving.

The next dish is the main course. Many Westerners think the chicken breast with its tender white flesh is the best part of the bird. Some people can use their fingers when they are eating chicken or other birds, but never touch beef or the meat on bones. It is polite to finish eating everything on your plate, so don’t take more food than you need.

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Chuck learns how to be a good friend to Wilson. Even though Wilson is just a volleyball, he becomes fond of him. He talks to him and treats him as a friend. Chuck learns that we need friends to share happiness and sorrow, and that it is important to have someone to care about. He also learns that he should have cared more about his friends. When he makes friends with Wilson, he understands that friendship is about feelings and that we must give as much as we take.

A volleyball is certainly an unusual friend. Most of our friends are human beings, but we also make friends with animals and even things. For example ,many of us have pets, and we all have favourite objects such as a lucky pen or a diary. The lesson we can learn from Chuck and all the others who have unusual friends is that friends are teachers. Friendship helps us understand who we are, why we need each other and what we can do for each other.

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Rock and pop music are becoming more and more similar, but there are still some differences. Most pop singers use the music to make money and become rich and famous. Rock singers, on the other hand, make music their life. They play music to make themselves feel better and happier. They do not think how much money they can make from a song, instead, they sing for their feelings and live for music.

Pop songs and rock songs are written in different ways. A pop song is written in a "factory" where one person writes the words, someone else writes the music, and other musicians record it. The singer often knows little about the ideas or feelings behind the song. As for rock music, however, the singers and musicians are all able to write music and work together in a band. When one of them has a strong feeling, he or she expressed it with music and the others help build the song.

 

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Like all of us, disabled people also need inspiration and encouragement. The magazine Literature of Chinese Blind Children was started by Xu Bailun in 1985, when he decided that there should be a magazine for blind people in China. Blind children all over China read the magazine and it has inspired many of them to believe that they can realize their dreams. The articles in the magazine are often about disabled people who have overcome difficulties and learn to live a meaningful and productive life.

About one-third of the articles in Literature of Chinese Blind Children are written by disabled authors and blind children. One of the magazine’s best-known readers is Ye Zijie, who is now a teacher in Huhhot. In the year 2000, he was invited to study in London and became the first visually impaired Chinese to study abroad. Zijie says he was inspired and motivated by the magazine: “It is very important for us to know that someone far away is also struggling as we are.”

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When we describe or talk about new inventions, we use words and ideas that we already know. For example, when we want to explain how a computer works, we use words like “memory”, “store” and “cut and paste”. The words are useful, but they are not quite true. A computer’s “memory” is similar to human memory in some ways, but it is also very different. A computer does keep information in its memory, but that is clearly different from other kinds of storage. We do cut and paste, but we don’t use scissors or glue. Using familiar words makes it easier for us to understand and use a new tool, but it may also make it more difficult for us to use the new invention in the best way. After all, what makes a new invention such a wonderful thing is that it allows us to do something we could not do before.

 

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2009福建高考英语口试题

 

第一

第一份

1. Do you often go picnicking on Sundays? Why?

2. Which subject do you like best in senior high school?

3. How do you find your English teacher?

第二份:

1. Who is your favorite film star? Why?

2. Can you tell us something about either of your parents?

3. Are you active in social service? What do you usually do?

第三份

1. What are you going to be in the future?

2. Do you like surfing the net? Why or why not?

3. How do you improve your English writing?

第二套

第一份

1. Who is your favourite singer? Why?

2. How do you improve your English reading?

3. Would you please say something about one of your best friends?

第二份

1. Do you like traveling? Where have you been? Which place impressed you most? Why?

2. How do you improve your English Listening?

3. How do you like your school?

第三份

1. Who is your favourite sports star? Why?

2. How do you improve your oral English?

3. Do you like your head teacher? Why or why not?

第三套

第一份

1. What are you going to learn in the university?

2. Do you like your hometown? Why or why not?

3. What's your favourite food?

第二份

1. Do you like Chinese food or Western food? Why?

2. How do you celebrate your parents' birthday?

3. Would you please say something about your hobby?

第三份

1. What TV programme do you like best? Why?

2. What are you going to do during the summer vacation?

3. What's your favourite university?

第四套

第一份

1. Can you tell us something about one of your friends?

2. How often do you usually have sports?

3. What present will you give to your father for his birthday? Why?

第二份

1. What's your favourite sport? Why?

2. Can you tell us something about your eating habits?

3. What do you usually do after school?

第三份

1. Please say something about your family?

2. Where would you like to go for your holiday?

3. Do you want to be an English teacher? Why or why not?

第五套

第一份

1. Can you introduce yourself briefly?

2. What do you think of studying abroad?

3. What present will you give to your mother for her birthday? Why?

第二份

1. How do you spend your weekends?

2. How do you like your English teacher?

3. What great changes have taken place in your hometown in the past ten years?

第三份

1. What subject interests you most? Why?

2. How do you like your head teacher?

3. Which university in our country do you like best? Why?

第六套

第一份

1. Do you like sports? What sport do you like best? Why or why not?

2. How do you like your family?

3. What do you think of your hometown?

第二份

1. What's the weather like today?

2. Do you have any difficulties in learning English?

3. How do you like your school?

第三份

1. How do you improve your English?

2. Do you like sports? What kind of sports do you like?

3. Who is your favourite teacher? Why?

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