1.练好口语,顺便考试拿高分....这是李阳老师的名言。
  2.笔者认为,书店里有这么多词汇书的原因绝不是因为词汇书对英语学习有多大帮助, 而是因为有人买,有很多人买,说白了,是因为有市场。那些商家才不管你能不能过四 六级,他们只关心他们的书有多少人买。在中国,大部分英语学习者把背单词等同于学英 语,这种误区直接造成了一种超级尴尬的局面:中国学生的口语在全球排在倒数的位 置,中国学生的雅思成绩排在全球倒数第二。背单词不如背句子,背句子不如背句型,背 文章。
  3.有没有想过朗读和背诵四级听力原文?有没有想过如果你能把听力对话脱口而出?有 没有想过,如果你能脱口而出了,那么自然也就听懂了。
  4.所以,高分通过四六级的方法就是:朗读,背诵,模仿四六级真题(请把这个方法分享给 你的朋友) 。把自己的声音录下来,和标准录音对照,发音从一个一个单词开始改,从一 个一个语调开始改。 模仿三个月,你的发音就会变的超级地道!你的听力分数就能拿 200 以上!
第 4 天-第 6 天的计划请点击下面的链接 http://blog.renren.com/GetEntry.do?id=421544842&owner=281740766
复习内容 第一天 第二天 第三天
  1.听力短对话每天读十遍,三天一共三十遍

  2.翻译题每天每句读五遍,三天一共十五遍

  3.完形填空每篇文章读五遍,三天一共是十五遍

  4.作文每天背两句,三天背下半篇作文

  5.每天看懂一篇《大学英语》或者《新视野大学英语读写教程》中的文章
短对话
  11. W: There were more than a hundred people at Kate's birthday party. How come she's got so many friends? M: It's really no surprise. You know she was popular even when she was a child Q: What does the man imply about Kate?
  12. M: They say there'll be a snow-storm tonight, the cold weather will last quite a few days. W: Oh! We're so lucky, we'll be getting away for a while, and having a holiday in Florida. But let's call right now to confirm our flight. Q: What do we learn about the two speakers?
  13. W: Tony was awarded a medal for rescuing several families from the forest fire. M: I really admire his courage. Q: What do we learn about Tony from the conversation?
  14. M: My washing machine is more than fifteen years old and it has worked just fine until last night. W: You'll never be able to get parts for it, even from Japan. So it might be time to invest a more recent model. Q: What does the woman suggest the man do?

  15. W: I heard about your promotion, you must be thrilled. M: Not really, the new office is huge, but the word load has doubled. Q: What do we learn about the man from the conversation?
  16. W: I can't decide what to do about the party tomorrow. M: You don't have to go if you don't want to, but I'll be glad to give you a ride if you do. Q: What do we learn from the conversation?
  17. M: Now if you have any questions about the contract. I'll be happy to answer them. W: Nothing comes to mind right now, but I'd like to go over all the articles of the contract once more before signing it. Q: What are the speakers doing right now?
  18. M: We are out of paper for the printer. Can you please order some? W: I completed the order form online yesterday and it will be here by noon. I'll let you know when it comes in. Q: What did the woman do? 完形填空
  1,黑体字为填空答案 Kimiyuki Suda should be a perfect customer for Japan’s car-makers. He’s a young, successful executive at an Internet-services company in Tokyo and has plenty of disposable budget. He used to own Toyota’s Hilux Surf, a sport utility vehicle. But now he uses mostly subways and grains . “It’s not inconvenient at all ,” he says besides, “having a car is so 20th century.” Suda reflects a worrisome trend in Japan; the automobile is losing its emotional appeal, particularly among the young ,who prefer to spend their money on the latest electronic devices. while mini-cars and luxury foreign brands are still popular ,everything in between is shaking.Last years sales fell
  6.7 percent,
  7.6 percent if you don’t count the mini-car market . There have been larger one-year drops in other nations :sales in Germany fell 9 percent in 2007 in view of a tax increase . But experts say Japan is unique in that sales have been decreasing steadily over time. Since 1990, yearly new-car sales have fallen from
  7.8 million to
  5.4 million units in 20
  07. Alarmed by this state of decay, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) proceeded a comprehensive study of the market in 20
  06. It found that a widening wealth gap, demographic(人口结构的) changes and massive lack of interest in cars led Japanese to hold their vehicles longer , replace their cars with smaller ones or give up car ownership altogether .JAMA predict a further sales decline of
  1.2 percent this year. Some experts believe that if the trend continues for much longer , further consolidation (合并) in the automotive sector is likely
87 Having spent some time in the city, he had no trouble finding the way to the history museum 88 to pay for my education/to pay my tuition fees Mother often takes on more work than is good
for her. 89 The professor required that we(should) hand in our/the research report(s) 90 The more you explain, the more confused I am 91 Though a skilled worker, he was fired by the company last week because of the economic crisis.
作文分六天背诵 话题:大学生就业
  1.With the policy of expanding recruitment of higher education and fierce competition of job-hunting market, the unemployment of college graduates is becoming the hot issue of the whole society. The college graduates constantly complain about being rejected by some promising company in the job-hunting market.
  2.Even most jobs provided in the job-hunting declaredly excluded the graduates, only welcoming the experienced employees. Even worse, entering for the post graduate examination is becoming an approach to escaping the problem of unemployment.
  3.Is that really difficult for college graduates to hunt jobs? In fact, the answer might be “no” . There are three reasons for unemployment of college graduates. The first one is the deficiency of practical vocational skills and academic knowledge.
  4.The second is the inappropriate evaluation of his own value in job market. The third is the actually fierce competition resulting from the policy of expanding recruitment of higher education.
  5.To successfully compete in the job market as a college graduate, you must work hard to master the academic and vocational skills during your college life. Of course, consciously training your practical skills by taking part-time job will be advisable.
  6.lot of college graduates desire to work at governmental institutions in big cities, and they all want to sign up for the public servant’s examination.Besides, many employers only want to take on those students who have good knowledge and practical skills. But many graduates only have theoretical knowledge, but no practical experiences.
10 月 17 号,18 号,19 号的学习任务(完成后打勾) 复习内容第一天第二天第三天
  1. 听力长对话每天读十遍,三天一共三十遍
  2. 听力文章每天每篇读五遍,三天一共是十五遍
  3. 作文每天背两句,六天背下一篇文章
  4. 重复背诵第二篇作文
  5. 每天看懂一篇《大学英语》中的文章 Long Conversation One F: Simon, how does it feel to be retired? M: Well, not so bad. F: How have you been spending your time? M: I have been spending more time with my family. I’ve also travelled a bit, you know, off season when everywhere is less crowded and hotels cost less. F: Great. M: You know I haven’t stopped work completely. F: Yes, could you tell us more about this? M: I’m on a scheme that’s called phased retirement; I had a six-month break from work, after that I could apply for project work with the company I used to work for. F: How does the scheme work? M: Well, it’s a trial at the moment. Instead of hiring temporary stuff, the company advertises posts on its website that retired employees like myself can access. F: What sort of works advertised? M: Well, all sorts of things, really. Administrative work and more specialized work, the sort of thing I can do. Some of the projects can last five or six months, and others can just be a couple of days. I can decide more or less when to work. So I can manage my own time. F: I can see it’s good for you. What is your company get out of this? M: Well, I still have all my old contacts at work, so I know who to contact to get something done. The company gets flexibility, too. Once the job’ over, that’ it. I’ not on their books any s s m more. Questions 19-21 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
  19. Why does Simon find his retired life enjoyable?
  20. How does Simon get to know about the company’s available posts?
  21. Why does the company adopt the phased retirement scheme? Long Conversation Two W: Oh, where are we going? M: I want to show you something. W: I know, but what is it? M: A farm. It’s just down this road. It’s a small place, but at least it would be our own. W: A farm? How can we afford to buy a farm? M: It isn’t very large, only 40 acres. We wouldn’t have to pay very much right now. W: Is there a house on the place? M: A small one, two bedrooms, but it needs to be fixed up a little. I can do the job myself. W: OK. Is there enough space for a kitchen garden? M: There is about half an acre around the house. That’s plenty of space.
W: Then we can grow our own fresh vegetables. And maybe keep a few chickens, couldn’t we? M: Yes, and we can probably grow a lot of our own food. W: What are you thinking about growing, if we do take this place? M: Well, it really isn’t big enough for corn. I thought we might try to raise a crop of potatoes. W: Potatoes? There are a lot of work. M: We are used to hard work, aren’t we? W: Yes, we are, but the money. Do we have enough to get started? It seems like a dream. M: I think we’ve saved enough. We can pay a little on the farm and maybe put a few dollars down on the tractor, too. Questions 22 to 25 are based on the conversation you have just heard. Q 22: What are the speakers going to do at the time of the conversation? Q 23: What does the man say about the farm? Q 24: Why does the man intend to grow potatoes rather than corn on the farm? Q 25: What is the woman’s greatest concern about the man’s plan? Passage One Members of the city council and distinguished guests, it is my privilege to introduce to you today Mr. Robert Washington, chief of our city’s police force. He will address us on the subject of the Community Policing Program. Most of you know that Mr. Washington has a distinguished record as head of our police force for more than ten years. However, you may not know that he also holds a master’s degree in criminology and studied abroad for a year with the international police force which deals with crimes around the world. Mr. Washington first introduced the Community Policing Program 8 years ago. The idea behind the program is to get the police officers out of their cars and into our neighborhood when they can talk directly to merchants and residents about the real dynamics of our city. These officers do more than make arrests. They try to find ways to help solve the problems that contribute to crime in the first place. Often that means hooking people up with services offered by other city agencies, such as schools, hospitals, housing, drug treatment centers. And the program seems to be working: crime is down and our citizens report that they feel more secure. Today Mr. Washington is going to tell us more about this program. Now let’s welcome Mr. Robert Washington.
  26. What is the purpose of the speaker’s remarks? He will address us on the subject of community policing program.
  27. What does the speaker say about Mr. Robert Washington? Passage Two There are between 3000 and 6000 public languages in the world, and we must add approximately 6 billion private languages since each one of us necessarily has one. Considering these facts, the possibilities for breakdowns in communication seem infinite in number. However, we do communicate successfully from time to time. And we do learn to speak languages. But learning to speak languages seems to be a very mysterious process. For a long time, people thought that we
learned a language only by imitation and association. For example, a baby touches a hot pot and starts to cry. The mother says, “Hot, hot!” And the baby, when it stops crying, imitates the mother and says, “Hot, hot!” However, Noam Chomsky, a famous expert in language, pointed out that although children do learn some words by imitation and association, they also combine words to make meaningful sentences in ways that are unique, unlearned and creative. Because young children can make sentences they have never heard before, Chomsky suggested that human infants are born with the ability to learn language. Chomsky meant that underneath all the differences between public and private languages, there is a universal language mechanism that makes it possible for us, as infants, to learn any language in the world. This theory
 

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