作者：简单生活 来源：本站 发表时间：2019/8/7 11:05:01 查看：次
1.Some people think that sports are important, while others think they are just leisure activities. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
2.Nowadays, international tourism is the biggest industry in the world. Some people think that international tourism creates tension rather than understanding between people from different cultures. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
3.When a country develops its technology, the traditional skills and ways of life die out. It is pointless to try and keep them alive. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
4.Some people think that sports are important, while others think they are just leisure activities. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
5.Should education and healthcare be free of charge and funded by the government, or should it be the responsibility of the people to pay for these services? Discuss the above and give your opinion using examples.
6.Many countries spend a lot of money for competitors to take part in major competitions such as Olympic Games and world Cup. Some people think that it is better to spend money on encouraging children to take part in sports at a young age. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
7.Convenience foods will become increasingly prevalent and eventually replace traditional foods and traditional methods of food preparation. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
8.When designing buildings, people should consider the intended use rather than outward appearance. Do you agree or disagree?
9.Mobile phones and the Internet play an important role in the way in which people relate to one another socially. Is this a positive or negative development?
10.Scientific research should be carried out and controlled by the government rather than private companies. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
11.Some people believe that some unpaid community service should be a compulsory part of high school programs (e.g. working in a charity, improving the relationship of neighborhood or teaching sports to children) To what extent do you agree or disagree?
12.Nowadays we are producing more and more rubbish. Why do you think this is happening? What can governments do to help reduce the amount of rubbish produced?
13.Some people think the government should not spend money on art and cultural activities, while others think that governments’ funds on these artists benefit the population and the cultures. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
14.Some people believe that children’s leisure activities must be educational. Otherwise, they are a complete waste of time. Do you agree or disagree?
15.Traffic and housing problems in major cities could be solved by moving large companies and factories and their employees to the countryside. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
16.Some people think that museums and art galleries should concentrate on the works of their own countries instead of the works of art from other parts of the world. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
17.We no longer need to have animals kept in zoos, so zoos should be closed. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
18.The high sales of popular consumer goods reflect the power of advertising but not the real need of the society where such products are sold. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
19.Some people argue that governments of developing countries should introduce new technology to people to improve their quality of life, while others believe that they should provide free education. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.
20.Some people think it is more beneficial to play sports that are played in teams, e.g. football. However, others think it is more beneficial individual sports, e.g. tennis and swimming. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
1.As is presented in the diagram/graph,….
2.As is shown in the illustration,…
3.Now, turning to the details,…
4.The graph clearly shows that…
5.It is interesting to note that…
6.It is apparently seen that…
7.It is explicitly observed that…
8.It is worth noticing that…
9.It could be noticed that…
10.It is conspicuous that…
上升v. rise/ascend/grow/go up/*surge
下降v. decrease/decline/descend/fall/ plunge
保持不变 remain unchanged/ maintain constant
大幅度的 adj. sharp/dramatic/significant/considerable
小幅度的 adj. slight/marginal
稳定的 adj. stable/constant
达到高峰：hit the peak
跌到低谷：drop to the bottom
占有：account for/occupy/constitute/take up
1.The overall sale of the company increased by 20 percent at the end of the year.
2.The expenditure of the office remained constant for the last six months but the profit rose by almost 25 percent.
3.There was a 15 percent drop in the ratio of student enrollment in this university.
4.The population of the country remained almost the same as it was two years ago.
5.There was a sharp drop in the industrial production in 2009.
6.A sharp drop took place in 2009.
7.The population of the country dramatically rose in the last decade.
8.The price of the goods fluctuated during the early three months in 2007.
9.The number of passengers oscillates throughout the day.
10.The number of students joining the fitness center fluctuated in different months of the year and obvious ups and downs could be noticed in the last two months.
11.the number of visitors reached a peak in 2008 and it exceeded one million.
12.a fluctuation can be observed from the data
3% ：a tiny fraction/a tiny portion/a very small proportion
24%: almost a quarter
25%：exactly a quarter
27%: over a quarter
33%: nearly one third
48%: around a half
52%: over a half
74%: nearly three quarters
1. it started at 20% and then peaked at 40% in 2000.
2. it reached at/to 20.
3. it increased from 50 to 80.
4. There was a decline of almost a quarter.
5. it dropped by almost a quarter.
6. There was a 10 percent drop in the following three years.
题目Some people think it is more beneficial to play sports that are played in teams, e.g. football. However, others think it is more beneficial individual sports, e.g. tennis and swimming. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
While some sports are typically played in teams, others are usually done by individuals. There are, of course, benefits to both team sports and individual ones, and I believe that team sports are more beneficial.
When most people think of sports, they probably first imagine some kind of team sport, like football, basketball, or rugby. These are by far the most popular and so we often watch them on TV or play them with our friends. But they are not merely fun to play and to watch; in fact, they also help us to develop important life skills（论点）. Especially for children, playing team sports is an invaluable way to develop interpersonal skills. Working together with teammates helps them to relate to others better, as they will be able to communicate well and delegate responsibilities. These are skills that will serve them well in their professional and private lives as teenagers and then adults （支持句）.
While players of individual sports will not gain these benefits, they will nonetheless get some important perks from their chosen sport. In sports like golf and long-distance running, people learn valuable lessons（论点）. They will learn determination and self-reliance, as well as improving their ability to concentrate over long, often lonely, periods of time. Although the ability to work as a team is considered one of the most valuable talents in business these days, independence and self-motivation will always be useful life-skills to possess（支持句）.
In conclusion, all sports offer different benefits; however, sports that are played in teams are probably more useful than those done by individuals because the benefits which they provide us are slightly more valued in the wider world.