2017年2月25日托福考试中,听力部分涉及到的背景文章与俱乐部、实习工作、历史学等;口语考试话题中包括高年级学生写论文是否应该给低年级学生参考等,下面我们一起来看看2月25日托福答案及考点分析内容。

  2月25日托福答案:口语

  T1、Your friend will move to a school and worried about making new friends there. What kind of advice will you give him to help him make new friend in the new school? Why?

  参考题【人际朋友】:

  20161016-Describe the best way you deal with disagreement with your friends.

  20161022-Talk about a period of time when one of your friends disappointed you.

  范文:Suppose my friend Philip will move to a school and is worried about making new friends there, I would recommend that he should join a book club since he loves reading novels all the time. It will be quite easy to break the ice if Philip and members of the club share some interest in, say, the new Harry Potter book. They can have discussions over a cup of coffee about the highlights in the book and its relevance to the first seven novels. While Philip expresses how thrilled he is when he reads the book, other members of the club can relate to the situation. Naturally, Philip can make some new friends at the new school.

  T2、Many people prefer to read books in electronic format on a computer screen or other devices. Some other people prefer to read books on paper printed copies. Which way do you prefer? Why?

  参考题【书/电子书】:

  20161105-Which of the following technological developments have made the greatest impact on students’ lives?

  1. Electronic books

  2. Online classes

  3. Smart phones.

  20161113-Some people prefer to buy new books while some people would like to buy used books. What is your opinion?

  综合口语-TPO27

  范文:Many people prefer to read books in electronic books on their laptops, tablets or cellphones. However, I prefer to read paper printed copies when it comes to best-selling novels. You can call me a nerd, but when the new Harry Potter book came out, I was really thrilled to have one more chance to enjoy the adventures in the world of magic. When the first seven books were introduced in my country, paper printed copies were what I saw. It would feel so wrong if I read the eighth book on my tablet or other electronic devices. I just love the feeling of turning the pages with my fingers and the new book is such a page-turner.

  T3、阅读

  标题: Research Thesis Presentation

  原因1:学生可以gather wider range of topics and ideas by reading others' thesis

  原因 2:虽然论文通常很长很复杂,但是他们可以给别人看提纲和重点节选。

  听力

  态度:反对

  原因1:学校的websites有更多的信息可以去获得,帮助学生扩大知识面。

  原因2:论文通常很复杂很长,节选或提纲只能让别人有一个片面的认识,不能看到the whole picture.

  参考题【学业类话题】:

  TPO41-Final examination changed to an oral presentation

  范文:Students are supposed to make a presentation on their research theses to gather a wider range of topics and ideas by reading others ‘theses. Although their theses are often long and complicated, students can give outlines and highlights of their theses. The woman/man finds the plan unconvincing. Firstly, the students in this university can have other ways to get information for their theses. They can get more information on the website of the university so that they can know a wider range of topics for academic development. Secondly, the theses are too long and too complicated for students to handle. Outlines and highlights can only give students a partial picture rather than a whole picture of the arguments in the theses.

  T4、阅读

  标題:Peak-End Rules

  定义:与传统的将广告放到电视、报考、杂志上不同,ambient 人们在回忆过去的经历时通常只会回忆起记忆最深刻和发生在最后的事情。

  听力

  例子: 教授去旅游前几天天气很不好,只能在室内读书,看电视。后来天气变好了,他们出海去航行,看到很美妙的风景,看到成群的鲨鱼,特别棒的体验。后来几天就很普通,在沙滩上看书和放松。旅行结束时参加了一个party,认识了一个来自同一个地方的人。当他的同事问他这次旅行,他只提到第二段出海和最后party认识一个新朋友的。而没有提到别的。

  参考题【社会心理类】:

  TPO22-Irrational Commitment / TPO41-Primacy Effect

  范文:The professor uses his personal experience to illustrate the concept of peak-end rules which means that people only remember the most intense part and the ending segment of any event. At the beginning of the vacation the weather was a bit nasty and the professor had to stay in his hotel room, reading books and watching TV. When the weather cleared up, the professor and others sailed on the sea. The scenery was breath-taking and the sharks swam in groups, which gave the professor great experience. In the following days, nothing extraordinary happened. The professor just read books and chilled on the beach. At the end of the vacation, the professor went to a party at which he met a person who came from his hometown. When his coworkers asked him about the vacation, the professor only remembered the sailing trip and the party, the most intense and the ending segment of the experience.

  T5、问題: 作为head-editors,男生遇到的问题是有一个news reporter always makes mistakes about the facts。有一次搞错一个教授的教龄和背景,之后还继续犯错。

  解决方案1:give him other assignments, such as comment on movies and campus issues.

  缺点1:这个reporter喜欢news reports

  解决方案2:他自己花额外时间多检查几遍他的文章,保证正确。

  缺点2:对于他来说工作量很大,而且不知道值不值得这么做。

  参考题:

  TPO21-Replacing an actor who has difficulty remembering lines VS. Spending time with him after rehearsals

  范文:The male student is a head editor and one of his news reporters always makes mistakes about the facts, such as the working experience and educational background of a professor. I recommend that the student should give the reporter other assignments rather than check his articles for the reporter. The reporter may show great enthusiasm in news reports; however, he will work even harder if the head editor assigns other tasks to him. It is possible that the reporter can learn to be detail-oriented when he finds that basic facts in movies and campus issues are important. Besides, the editor already has a lot on his plate and does not have time to check the possible errors for the reporter. Even if he finds time to do this, the reporter will not have the opportunity to grow as a qualified news reporter.

  T6、话題:一些在树上生活的灵长类避免从树上掉落的两个adaptations

  要点1:Grasp and hold to the branches

  例子1:用尾巴缠住树枝,避免掉落。

  要点2 :准确测量树枝与树枝的距离

  例子2:有时候从一个树枝到另一个树枝比较远,需要swing to other branches 而不能run,所以需要准确测量距离,以便能够跳跃过去。

  参考题:

  TPO9-Plants Defense Mechanism / TPO30-Suburface Locomotion

  范文:Some primates living on trees have two adaptations to avoid falling from the trees. The first adaptation is to grasp and hold onto the branches of the trees on which they live. Some primates use their tails to wrap around the branches so tightly that it is almost impossible for them to fall from the tree if they are careful with their movements on the tree. Another adaptation is to measure in accuracy the distance between branches. When there is a wider distance between the branch the primates are standing and the other branch, it makes more sense if the primates swing rather than run to their destination. Under this circumstance, the primates measure the distance accurately in order to swing to the other branch. These are the adaptations some primates make to avoid falling from trees.

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