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  Describe a time you were not allowed to use your mobile phone.

  You should say:

  when and where it was;

  why you were not allowed to use your phone;

  what you wanted to use your phone for;

  and explain how you felt about not being able to use your phone.

  解析:

  题目要求描述你不被允许用手机的时刻,这种时刻可以时某个重要的场合,比如考试,开会等等。题目中的问题要素都要一一作答。

  Last Monday, I went to visit a famous grand museum that is located in the center of the city. The administrator said that we are not allowed to use our mobile phones and cameras during the visit because taking photographs of exhibitions are not allowed. I obeyed the rules, handed in my mobile phone and other personal stuff and enjoyed the visit. Suddenly, it occurred to me that I didn’t tell my mom that I would be late for home and I took the only keys of my home. She possibly couldn’t get into the rooms if she came home earlier than me. Then I couldn’t focus on my visit. I wanted to use my mobile phone to call her. But the workers in the museum told me that they could only return our mobile phones after the visit is over, otherwise they will shoulder the responsibility of any loss of visitors’ stuff. I was worried and restless all the time during the following visit.

  This is the first time that I wanted to use my phone so much. I felt a great sense of unease and danger if I lost the contacts by mobile phones. The most key point is we are in the era of science and technology. Mobile phones have become the most common product that most people have access to. It has become a normal habit that whenever you wanna use it, you can use it. If you can’t, it seems that you’re deprived of some basic need. We often say that we rely too much on our electronic devices, but I have to say they are really helpful in all sorts of emergencies.

  Describe an impressive work of art (such as painting or sculpture) you saw.

  You should say:

  what it is;

  when and where you first saw this work of art;

  what it looks like;

  and explain why you like it.

  解析:

  题目要求描述一个你看过的、让你印象深刻的艺术作品,比如说绘画作品或者雕塑作品等。这是一个描述物品类的题目,需要适当描述作品的细节,解释自己喜欢它觉得它impressive的原因。

  I didn’t have any special interest in the works of art actually. However, last summer I went to an Agriculture Carnival Festival in Beijing and saw an impressive hand-made work of art there. I remembered that there were many exhibition stands there. Most exhibitions are featured Agro-products. I was attracted to walk into a special exhibition stand, which was decorated as a round-roof hut. Then I found an adorable rabbit that was made of straws! Or say the straws were knitted to make up the body of the rabbit. It was a kind of special, rough, tough and dark-brown straw. The eyes of the rabbit were made of two watermelon seeds. The nose and mouth were made of red beans. The artisan even made a cute dress for the rabbit by a piece of selected and thin bark. I definitely confirmed that it was a piece of great work of art! Then I found kangaroos, cats and dogs that were made of this kind of straw on the wall of the “hut”. I took the tiny rabbit home at a cost of 40 yuan. I love it and I couldn’t help taking it away with me.

  I say it was impressive because it was so outstanding in all Agro-products there. Others were good but only the hand-made straw animals showed a delicate and exquisite sense of art beauty. Besides that, they had extraordinarily attractive appearance than those plant products and agriculture tools. And they concentrated the artisan’s intelligence and skills. In Chinese, there’s a saying “to make the ugly beautiful” to speak highly of this kind of people. The artisans who made up these straw animals turned the useless straws into valuable works of art. They created art as well as the new wealth of the world.

  Describe an important plant in your country (such as fruits, flowers or vegetables) that you like.

  You should say:

  what it is;

  what it looks like;

  where it grows;

  and explain why you like it.

  解析:

  感觉这个话题比较难,所以,大家需及早准备,做好功课。选定一种植物,然后好好整理一些语料。

  I would like to describe about Fat Choy which is a plant grown in the deserts in the northern part of China. You may link up Fat Choy with the famous Chinese Greetings "Kung Hei Fat Choy" when you heard about it at the first time. Yes, they are pronounce in the same way in Chinese. It is black in color and looks like vermicelli when it is soaked with water.

  Fat Choy is used in some Chinese Recipes and the dishes are quite popular during Chinese New Year. People like to have some dishes which relates to rich and wealth at the beginning of a year. Thanks to its name pronouncing similar to Kung Hei Fat Choi, Fat Choi is always in great demand. Interesting enough, nutritionists examine Fat Choy and confirm that it has no nutrition value at all, although they are loved by the Chinese people.

  I personally like the plant. But I don't like to have it in my dishes. Fat Choy is important to northern part of China, not because of its name relating to wealth, but its unique function in the wild to anchor the sand in desert. Over harvesting of Fay Choy has already brought a disaster consequence of worsening the desertification of northern part of China.

  To make things worst, Fat Choy is a plant in the wild and planting it artificially is difficult. It could only be grown in the dessert with some other specific environmental factors. Fat Choy is now in extinction. I personally like this plant very much because of its strong characteristic, uniqueness and usefulness. And I would like to take any chance to advocate protection of Fay Choy within and outside China. It is already good to greet your friend with "Kung Hei Fat Choy" during Chinese New Year and you can leave Fay Choy in the dessert.

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