去什么景点( )，参加什么活动( )，穿什么衣服( )，携带什么样的设备( )，住宿情况的安排( )，乘坐什么样的交通工具( )，时间安排( )等。
雅思考试中曾经对于英国和澳大利亚的多个风景名胜进行过考察，如：Stonehenge(巨石阵)，Great Barrier Reef(大堡礁)，Sydney Opera House(悉尼歌剧院)等等。
如果去爬山，要穿(lose clothes )，而如果去海滩，要穿(slippers or sandals)
如果去钓鱼，要带钓具( fishing gear )
如果要去烧烤(barbecue ), 要带烤架(grill)
u 住宿情况：也各有不同，如果经济比较宽裕，可以住hotel(宾馆)，如果是学生，则一般都会比较便宜的youth hostel(青年旅社)，或者选择B&B(bed and breakfast)的形式借宿在当地人的家里。
旅游中涉及到很多活动项目，常见的有：hiking(徒步旅行)、mountain climbing(登山)、cycling(骑自行车)、hot air ballooning(乘坐热气球)、rafting(漂流)等。
去热带旅游，要注射疫苗( ) 以防止黄热病( );这些疾病通过蚊虫传播( ),要携带蚊帐( ), 还要去药店( ),买防虫水( ); 因为途中要走不少路，所以要穿适合不行的靴子( );旅游要花钱，可以带旅游支票( )或者信用卡( )。
The Sydney Opera House is an expressionist modern design, with a series of large precast concrete 'shells', each taken from a hemisphere of the same radius, forming the roofs of the structure. The Opera House covers 1.8 hectares (4.5 acres) of land. It is 183 metres (605 ft) long and about 120 metres (388 ft) wide at its widest point. It is supported on 588 concrete piers sunk up to 25 metres below sea level. Its power supply is equivalent for a town of 25,000 people. The power is distributed by 645 kilometres of electrical cable.
The roofs of the House are covered with 1,056,006 glossy white and matte cream Swedish-made tiles, though from a distance the tiles look only white. Despite their self-cleaning nature, they are still subject to periodic maintenance and replacement.
The Concert Hall is contained within the western group of shells, the Opera Theatre within the eastern group. The scale of the shells is chosen to reflect the internal height requirements, rising from the low entrance spaces, over the seating areas and up to the high stage towers. The minor venues (Drama Theatre, Playhouse, and The Studio) are located beneath the Concert Hall, as part of the western shell group. A much smaller group of shells set to one side of the Monumental Steps houses the Bennelong Restaurant. Although the roof structures of the Sydney Opera House are commonly referred to as shells (as they are in this article), they are in fact not shells in a strictly structural sense, but are instead precast concrete panels supported by precast concrete ribs.
Apart from the tile of the shells, and the glass curtain walls of the foyer spaces, the building's exterior is largely clad with aggregate panels composed of pink granite quarried in Tarana. Significant interior surface treatments also include off-form concrete, australian white birchplywood supplied from Wauchope in northern New South Wales, and brush box glulam.
Performance venues and facilities
The Concert Hall and Grand Organ
The Sydney Opera House contains five main performance spaces, other areas used for performances, a recording studio, five restaurants, and four souvenir shops.
The five venues making up the main performance facilities:
The Concert Hall, with 2,679 seats, is the home of the Sydney Symphony, and used by a large number of other concert presenters. It contains the Sydney Opera House Grand Organ, the largest mechanical tracker action organ in the world, with over 10,000 pipes.
The Opera Theatre, a proscenium theatre with 1,507 seats, is the Sydney home of Opera Australia and The Australian Ballet.
The Drama Theatre, a proscenium theatre with 544 seats, is used by the Sydney Theatre Company and other dance and theatrical presenters.
The Playhouse, an end-stage theatre with 398 seats.
The Studio, a flexible space, with a maximum capacity of 400 people, depending on configuration.
Other spaces used for performances and other events include:
The Utzon Room , a small multi-purpose venue, seating up to 210. It is the only interior space to have been designed by Utzon, having been renovated in 2004 under his direction.
The Forecourt, a flexible open-air venue with a wide range of configuration options, including utilising the Monumental Steps as audience seating, used for a range of community events, Live Sites, and special-occasion performances.
Besides theatrical productions and concerts, venues at the Sydney Opera House are also used for activities such as conferences, ceremonies, and social functions.