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2022年9月24日托福听说读写真题答案回忆蹲点汇总+解析
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综合写作

俄罗斯的东海岸有一些石头小岛,他们构成了一定的形状,然后猜测这些形状的可能性与石头小岛的用途

阅读:
1. 他们构成了一个迷宫做成捕鱼陷阱
2. 他们有可能是建造用来记录太阳不同的位置,而且这些位置有可能与天空当中的星星是相配合的
3. 这些石头有点像英国的巨石阵,用来指引死者的灵魂到亡者之地

听力:
1. 除了海里,陆地上也存在类似如此的迷宫,他们不太可能用来作为鱼的陷阱
2. 迷宫看上去是朝着特定的天体的,但是它们的入口朝向不同,应该与天文学也没什么关系
3. 如果是人类的墓穴的话,就应该会有一些人类的骨骼,还有一些金银珠宝被埋在这个里面,虽然在这些迷宫的周围曾经发掘出来过墓穴,但是在这个迷宫当中是完全没有埋葬死者的,所以应该跟葬礼没有关系

独立写作

Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? It is more important for governments to spend money to support art museums and music performances than to support recreational facilities (for example, playgrounds and public swimming pools).

立场:recreational facilities

1. 可以强身健体
娱乐设施-运动场所-可以让人更好更便利地进行体育锻炼-促进身体健康
对比:艺术博物馆和音乐演出没有办法让身体活动起来
2. 可以缓解压力
娱乐设施-人们在使用的时候,远离工作学习-忘记烦恼-减轻压力
对比:艺术博物馆和音乐演出需要一些额外的知识才能欣赏,反而加重想要参与的人们负担
3. 可以促进社交
娱乐设施-人们在使用的时候,碰到一起活动的其他人-进行交流-加深了解-交朋友
对比:艺术博物馆和音乐演出只会安静欣赏,没有和他人交流的机会
回忆2:
口语

  ST1

Imagine that you have to find housing next semester and found two apartments. The first apartment is within walking distance, but the rent is a little expensive. The second apartment is farther away from the campus, but the rent is more affordable. Which apartment do you think is better?

  ST2

阅读:
Cultural Arts Requirements
Every year the university brings noted musicians and drama groups to campus for weekly musical or theatrical performances. To encourage greater attendance at these cultural arts events, starting next semester, students will be required to attend two events each semester. "We hope to interest students in attending more of these events on their own accord by requiring attendance at two, said the dean of humanities. To prove they have fulfilled the requirement, students will write short response papers for the two events they choose to attend, and turn the papers in to the humanities department.

听力:
What do you think about this new plan? I don't think it's gonna work. Actually, it'll probably have the opposite effect in what the university intends and students will be less likely to go to other events. So you think the plan's gonna backfire? Yeah, it's gonna discourage our attendance at other events by forcing us to go to some were less likely to go to others, because you know, when you for someone to do something or like something, it can end up making you like the thing less. Right? So by requiring us to go to those events, it's gonna turn us off exactly. Students will be less likely to go to additional events of their own Free will.

And what about those papers? I know. I don't like that part about the plan either. I really don't think we have time for extra writing assignments, especially assignments that aren't even for a class. Yeah, that's true. I mean, we're already so busy as it is. I have to write papers and almost all my classes. I feel like I already spend all my time working, and I know most other students feel the same way.
ST3

阅读:
Dormancy
During periods when climate conditions are extremely harsh and food and water are scarce, some animals survive by entering into a state of inactivity known as dormancy: the animal takes measures to avoid exposure to the elements, and its bodily processes slow down. Because dormant animals are not physically active, they have little need for nourishment. They can, therefore, remain in a dormant state for long periods of time until more favorable environmental conditions return.

听力:
A good example of this is a type of fish that lives in Australia and Africa. It's called a lung fish. Uh, lung fish live in shallow lakes, and during the summer, when it's very hot and dry, the lakes dry up. Now, how can a fish possibly survive in a dried up lake? That's being cooked by the sun all day long? Well, as the dry season approaches before, the waters completely dried up, the long fish digs itself down into a hole in the mud at the bottom of the lake.

So, uh, it it's buried in the mud. And what it does, is uh, it curls itself up and and covers itself with slime and mud. It it it forms a sort of protective code of slime and mud. It protects the fish from heat and helps keep it moist. And and during this time. It remains very still. And it's breathing slows down to to where it's breathing only. Maybe once or twice per hour. And it's hard slows way down to where it's beating only about 3 times per minute. And it remains very still.

Now normally the lung fish eats fish and crabs and and other meaty things. But when the lakes dried up like this, it's food supply isn't available. But that's okay. Because in this state the, lung fish is burning very little energy, so it doesn't need to eat. In fact, it can stay safe in its protected shelter without food, using very little energy. For months, even years, if necessary, while it waits for the rains to return.

  ST4

Two part of a lecture in an education class. So we've been talking about how good teaching help students learn. But what are some of the characteristics of an effective teacher? Well, according to research, one important characteristic is that teachers maintain a supportive attitude towards their students. Now, what does it mean to have a supportive attitude? Well, it means encouraging students rather than penalizing them. Good teachers build confidence in their students by showing that they themselves have confidence in student performance, and they pray students for what they do, right? Rather than stressing what students do wrong. For example, II had a geometry teacher in high school. Um, uh, his name was mister Randall. And even when I told him what a terrible math student I was on the first day of class, he kept right on encouraging me. Keep working hard, you're gonna do a lot better than you think. He told me that really helped improve my own attitude and gave me confidence that maybe I could solve difficult math problems after all.

But maintaining a supportive attitude isn't the only important trait. Researchers say that the most effective teachers also provide regular uh almost immediate feedback to their students that kind of prompt response to student performance helps to clear up any misunderstanding. Students may have right away. So that mistakes won't be repeated. Mister Randall, uh the geometry teacher, he graded and returned all our homework assignments immediately, so that we always had them back by the end of each day that helped to reinforce each new lesson taught in class. So we would understand and remember the correct way to do geometry problems. And by the time the course was over, I ended up with a much better geometry grade than I'd expected.
回忆3:
听力
  L  Conversation
N/A

  L   Lecture
哲学话题,亚里士多德,又说到水的三种形态,固液气。
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passage 1
殖民的到来导致过分放牧使得当地土地退化。欧洲殖民者(英国和葡萄牙)对美国的影响:影响了当地生态和当地土地退化之类的。殖民者不觉得生态是一个生物链,他们觉得是互不相关的。

passage 2
工业化初期,生产化肥造成大量工业废物流入土壤,水流和大气,为当地的土地和水源带来了很多问题;
而海水当中营养的丰富会造成各种各样的植物的大量的出现,呈现了植物,细菌和鱼类之间的关系

passage 3
气候变化导致毛毛虫提前孵化且鸟需要提前到他们建巢穴的地方
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