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昨天毛骡反驳了生日礼物之后

我就认真的回想了一下毛骡送过我的礼物


然后发现

毛骡真的总是想送我

非常奇特的东西


圣诞节之前

毛骡对我说:“我超级纠结!你说我送你多大的圣诞树呢?

送小一点的就可以亲手交给你,大一点的就只能邮过来了。”

朱小猫:“你为什么要送我圣诞树……我从南京扛回去吗?”

然后我打开毛骡给我的淘宝链接一看

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真是一棵好清纯不做作的小树苗

上面什么装饰也不带

还长在土里呢,连个盆都没有

在此之前,我是说过送花很俗这样的话了

可是直接扛棵树来……

真不愧是出淤泥而不染,打败一切套路的毛骡


在2016年朱小猫考了很多次试

而毛骡特殊的应援方法

就是考一次试送一只小兔子


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二月考托福收到的小兔子,取名叫托福

曾经只有托福一只的时候,跟着我去吃过各种美食


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然而四月考GRE又收到的大白兔子,取名叫GRE

因为手长脚长头还大

一点也不可爱

起初受到了我的嫌弃

可是抱着睡觉就好舒服呢


那段时间我和毛骡的聊天就经常是

毛骡:“今天晚上抱着托福睡还是GRE睡?”

朱小猫:“GRE,托福太小了”

不知道的人还以为我多么的认真

每天晚上都要抱着单词书睡觉

啊如果枕着书睡觉就能记住所有的知识

世界将会少了多少烦恼


然后还有了后来的小小兔

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因为没有试可以考了

只能叫小灰灰

小灰灰长的迷你,经常被我们带出去玩

有一次让它坐在铁路上拍照

结果沾了一屁股机油

狠心的毛骡哥哥直接剃光了屁股上的毛


暑假不是很流行一套麦麦的奥运会玩具嘛?

就是麦麦和line合作的,有可妮兔和布朗熊

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作为line的脑残粉,我当然要入一只!

于是我每天和毛骡说:

“我们去吃麦麦吧”

毛骡:“你不喜欢吃麦麦”

朱小猫:“……”

不能放弃!

朱小猫:“可是有玩具诶!超可爱”

毛骡:“那就直接去淘宝上买玩具就好啦,淘宝上只要19一只,这里要加20才有。”

每次对着毛骡,我总是语塞。


过不了几天,一个快递就到了

翻出来一看,果然是毛骡在淘宝上买的小玩具

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这只兔子,也和一般的兔子不一样

有独特的翻白眼技能

简直就和毛骡,一模一样……


啊对!还有一次

5.22我在南京考托福

夹在520和526【我的生日】之间的见面

真是很让人期待啊

想着毛骡肯定会给我买礼物,还有蛋糕!

结果那几天南京连续几天下雨

我的运动鞋都湿透了

毛骡说:“阿猫你这样怎么去考试呢?我给你买雨靴吧。“

“不用不用,你都给我准备生日礼物啦,不要太客气。”

“嗯?生日不是还没到?”

没有一点点防备,那一年的生日礼物就变成了一双小黄鸭雨靴……

穿着小黄鸭雨靴考试,忘了是温暖还是心塞

只记得那次的分数可以分手了

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不久前的圣诞节

在商场看到小黄鸭的袜子

毛骡还超级兴奋的说:“阿猫!给你买这个吧,刚好和你的靴子配!”

不要啦,穿着靴子哪里还看得到袜子!


朱小猫:“有什么要反驳的吗”

毛骡:“

我要反驳!好像也没什么要反驳的哦。。。有!明明是想送猫猫超级漂亮的圣诞树的!还有无数的小装饰,binglingbingling的闪闪发光!谁知猫猫只要丑陋的大松树,没有办法,只能网上找这种丑丑的了。哎。。谁让猫猫是个小智障呢,我真可怜


朱小猫废话多

                                                                


昨天学霸说这是一个专注秀恩爱的公众号。

 

……

很久以前的某一天

和毛骡【逼毛骡】一起想我们之间有意思的瞬间

然后发现我们对同一件事的描述往往很不一样

我想,要是把这些都记下来应该很好玩

然后再打成一本书送给毛骡

做新年礼物

所以,这就是这个公众号一开始存在的理由了

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待我记完这20个片段【暂时】

就写点别的吧~

 

这个公众号还是不能留言

真是伤透了我的心

不知道会不会看到粉丝达到500的那一天

这两天为了涨粉还做了很多傻事…哎

在此之前

大家可以直接给我回复哦~

一起聊聊天才是比较有意思的事嘛

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Orientation and Navigation

   定位和导航

  To South Americans, robins are birds that fly north every spring. To North Americans, the robins simply vacation in the south each winter. Furthermore, they fly to very specific places in South America and will often come back to the same trees in North American yards the following spring. The question is not why they would leave the cold of winter so much as how they find their way around. The question perplexed people for years, until, in the 1950s, a German scientist named Gustave Kramer provided some answers and, in the process, raised new questions.

  Kramer initiated important new kinds of research regarding how animals orient and navigate. Orientation is simply facing in the right direction; navigation involves finding ones way from point A to point B. Early in his research, Kramer found that caged migratory birds became very restless at about the time they would normally have begun migration in the wild. Furthermore, he noticed that as they fluttered around in the cage, they often launched themselves in the direction of their normal migratory route. He then set up experiments with caged starlings and found that their orientation was, in fact, in the proper migratory direction except when the sky was overcast, at which times there was no clear direction to their restless movements. Kramer surmised, therefore, that they were orienting according to the position of the Sun. To test this idea, he blocked their view of the Sun and used mirrors to change its apparent position. He found that under these circumstances, the birds oriented with respect to the new “Sun.” They seemed to be using the Sun as a compass to determine direction. At the time, this idea seemed preposterous. How could a bird navigate by the Sun when some of us lose our way with road maps? Obviously, more testing was in order.

  So, in another set of experiments, Kramer put identical food boxes around the cage, with food in only one of the boxes. The boxes were stationary, and the one containing food was always at the same point of the compass. However, its position with respect to the surroundings could be changed by revolving either the inner cage containing the birds or the outer walls, which served as the background. As long as the birds could see the Sun, no matter how their surroundings were altered, they went directly to the correct food box. Whether the box appeared in front of the right wall or the left wall, they showed no signs of confusion. On overcast days, however, the birds were disoriented and had trouble locating their food box.

  In experimenting with artificial suns, Kramer made another interesting discovery. If the artificial Sun remained stationary, the birds would shift their direction with respect to it at a rate of about 15 degrees per hour, the Sun’s rate of movement across the sky. Apparently, the birds were assuming that the “Sun” they saw was moving at that rate. When the real Sun was visible, however, the birds maintained a constant direction as it moved across the sky. In other words, they were able to compensate for the Sun’s movement. This meant that some sort of biological clock was operating-and a very precise clock at that.

  What about birds that migrate at night? Perhaps they navigate by the night sky. To test the idea, caged night-migrating birds were placed on the floor of a planetarium during their migratory period. A planetarium is essentially a theater with a domelike ceiling onto which a night sky can be projected for any night of the year. When the planetarium sky matched the sky outside, the birds fluttered in the direction of their normal migration. But when the dome was rotated, the birds changed their direction to match the artificial sky. The results clearly indicated that the birds were orienting according to the stars.

  There is accumulating evidence indicating that birds navigate by using a wide variety of environmental cues. Other areas under investigation include magnetism, landmarks, coastlines, sonar, and even smells. The studies are complicated by the fact that the data are sometimes contradictory and the mechanisms apparently change from time to time. Furthermore, one sensory ability may back up another.

  Paragraph 1:To South Americans, robins are birds that fly north every spring. To North Americans, the robins simply vacation in the south each winter. Furthermore, they fly to very specific places in South America and will often come back to the same trees in North American yards the following spring. The question is not why they would leave the cold of winter so much as how they find their way around. The question perplexed people for years, until, in the 1950s, a German scientist named Gustave Kramer provided some answers and. in the process, raised new questions.

  1. Which of the following can be inferred about bird migration from paragraph 1?

  ○ Birds will take the most direct migratory route to their new habitat.

  ○ The purpose of migration is to join with larger groups of birds.

  ○ Bird migration generally involves moving back and forth between north and south.

  ○ The destination of birds’ migration can change from year to year.

  2. The word perplexed in the passage is closest in meaning to

  ○ defeated

  ○ interested

  ○ puzzled

  ○ occupied

  Paragraph 3:Early in his research, Kramer found that caged migratory birds became very restless at about the time they would normally have begun migration in the wild. Furthermore, he noticed that as they fluttered around in the cage, they often launched themselves in the direction of their normal migratory route. He then set up experiments with caged starlings and found that their orientation was. in fact, in the proper migratory direction except when the sky was overcast, at which times there was no clear direction to their restless movements. Kramer surmised, therefore, that they were orienting according to the position of the Sun. To test this idea, he blocked their view of the Sun and used mirrors to change its apparent position. He found that under these circumstances, the birds oriented with respect to the new “Sun.” They seemed to be using the Sun as a compass to determine direction. At the time, this idea seemed preposterous How could a bird navigate by the Sun when some of us lose our way with road maps? Obviously, more testing was in order.

  3. Which of the sentences below best expresses the essential information in the highlighted sentence in the passage? Incorrect choices change the meaning in important ways or leave out essential information.

  ○ Experiments revealed that caged starlings displayed a lack of directional sense and restless movements.

  ○ Experiments revealed that caged starlings were unable to orient themselves in the direction of their normal migratory route.

  ○ Experiments revealed that the restless movement of caged starlings had no clear direction.

  ○ Experiments revealed that caged starlings’ orientation was accurate unless the weather was overcast.

  4. The word preposterous in the passage is closest in meaning to

  ○ unbelievable

  ○ inadequate

  ○ limited

  ○ creative

  5. According to paragraph 3, why did Kramer use mirrors to change the apparent position of the Sun?

  ○ To test the effect of light on the birds’ restlessness

  ○ To test whether birds were using the Sun to navigate

  ○ To simulate the shifting of light the birds would encounter along their regular migratory route

  ○ To cause the birds to migrate at a different time than they would in the wild

  6. According to paragraph 3, when do caged starlings become restless?

  ○ When the weather is overcast

  ○ When they are unable to identify their normal migratory route

  ○ When their normal time for migration arrives

  ○ When mirrors are used to change the apparent position of the Sun

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  001. Most of these leaders were involved in public life as reformers, activists working for women’s right to vote, or authors, and were not representative at all of the great of ordinary women.

  The word “representative” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) typical

  (B) satisfied

  (C) supportive

  (D) distinctive

  002. In the United States, Louis Comfort Tiffany (1843-1933) was the most noted exponent of this style, producing a great variety of glass forms and surfaces, which were widely copied in their time and are highly prized today.

  The word “prized” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) valued

  (B) universal

  (C) uncommon

  (D) preserved

  003. The Art Nouveau style was a major force in the decorative arts from 1895 until 1915, although its influence continued throughout the mid-1920’s. It was eventually to be overtaken by a new school of thought known as Functionalism that had been present since the turn of the century.

  The word “overtaken” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) surpassed

  (B) inclined

  (C) expressed

  (D) applied

  004. During most of their lives, surge glaciers behave like normal glaciers, traveling perhaps only a couple of inches per day. However, at intervals of 10 to 100 years, these glaciers move forward up to 100 times faster than usual. The word “intervals” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) records

  (B) speeds

  (C) distances

  (D) periods

  005. The increasing water pressure under the glacier might lift it off its bed, overcoming the friction between ice and rock, thus freeing the glacier, which rapidly sliders downhill surge glaciers also might be influenced by the climate, volcanic heat, or earthquakes.

  The word “freeing” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) pushing

  (B) releasing

  (C) strengthening

  (D) draining

  006. A flood of ice would then surge into the Southern Sea. With the continued rise in sea level, more ice would plunge into the ocean, causing sea levels to rise even higher, which in turn would release more ice and set in motion a vicious cycle.

  The word “plunge” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) drop

  (B) extend

  (C) melt

  (D) drift

  007. Group members look to instrumental leaders to “get things done.” Expressive leadership, on the other hand, is leadership that emphasizes the collective well-being of a social group’s members.

  The word “collective” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) necessary

  (B) typical

  (C) group

  (D) particular

  008. They offer sympathy when someone experiences difficulties or is subjected to discipline, are quick to lighten a seriousmoment with humor, and try to resolve issues that threaten to divide the group.

  The word “resolve” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) avoid repeating

  (B) talk about

  (C) avoid thinking about

  (D) find a solution for

  009. Thousands of tons were extracted before 1875, when it was first noticed that the tar contained fossil remains. Major excavations were undertaken that established the significance of this remarkable site.

  The word “noticed” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) predicted

  (B) announced

  (C) corrected

  (D) observed

  010. Since then, over 100 tons of fossils, 1.5 million from vertebrates, 2.5 million from invertebrates, have been recovered, often in densely concentrated tangled masses.

  The word “tangled” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) buried beneath

  (B) twisted together

  (C) quickly formed

  (D) easily dated

  011. The asphalt at La Brea seeps to the surface, especially in the summer, and forms shallow puddles that would often have been concealed by leaves and dust.

  The word “concealed” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) highlighted

  (B) covered

  (C) transformed

  (D) contaminated

  012. The ocean bottom — a region nearly 2. 5 times greater than the total land area of the Earth — is a vast frontier that even today is largely unexplored and uncharted, until about a century ago, the deep-ocean floor was completely inaccessible, hidden beneath waters averaging over 3,600 meters deep. The word “inaccessible” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) unrecognizable

  (B) unreachable

  (C) unusable

  (D) unsafe

  013. The DSDP’s drill ship, the Glomar Challenger, was able to maintain a steady position on the ocean’s surface and drill in very deep waters, extracting samples of sediments and rock from the ocean floor.

  The word “extracting” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) breaking

  (B) locating

  (C) removing

  (D) analyzing

  014. Today, largely on the strength of evidence gathered during the Glomar Challenger’s voyages, nearly all earth scientists agree on the theories of plate tectonics and continental drift that explain many of the geological processes that shape the Earth. The word “strength” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) basis

  (B) purpose

  (C) discovery

  (D) endurance

  015. For every three Canadians in 1945, there were over five in 1966. In September 1966 Canada’s population passed the 20 million mark. Most of this surging growth came from natural increase.

  The word “surging” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) new

  (B) extra

  (C) accelerating

  (D) surprising

  016. When the prairies were being settled, undoubtedly, the good economic conditions of the 1950’s supported a growth in the population, but the expansion also derived from a trend toward earlier marriages and an increase in the average size of families.

  The word “trend” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) tendency

  (B) aim

  (C) growth

  (D) directive

  017. After the peak year of 1957, the birth rate in Canada began to decline. It continued falling until in 1966, it stood at the lowest level in 25 years.

  The word “peak” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) pointed

  (B) dismal

  (C) mountain

  (D) maximum

  018. Although the growth in Canada’s population had slowed down by 1966 (the increase the first half of the 1960’s was only nine percent) , another large population wave was coming over the horizon. It would be composed of the children who were born during the period of the high birth rate prior to 1957.

  The phrase “prior to” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) behind

  (B) since

  (C) during

  (D) preceding

  019. Advocates of organic foods — a term whose meaning varies greatly — frequently proclaim that such products are safer and more nutritious than others.

  The word “Advocates” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) Proponents

  (B) Merchants

  (C) Inspectors

  (D) Consumers

  020. There are numerous unsubstantiated reports that natural vitamins are superior to synthetic ones, that fertilized eggs are nutritionally superior to unfertilized eggs, that untreated grains are better than fumigated grains, and the like. The word “unsubstantiated” is closest in meaning to which of following?

  (A) unbelievable

  (B) uncontested

  (C) unpopular

  (D) unverified

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托福写作范文180篇范文全(北美考题)

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  1. People attend college or university for many different reasons (for example, new experiences, career preparation, increased knowledge). Why do you think people attend college or university? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

  People attend colleges or universities for a lot of different reasons. I believe that the three most common reasons are to prepare for a career, to have new experiences, and to increase their knowledge of themselves and the world around them.

  Career preparation is becoming more and more important to young people. For many, this is the primary reason to go to college, They know that the job market is competitive. At college, they can learn new skill for careers with a lot of opportunities. This means careers, such as information technology, that are expected to need a large workforce in the coming years.

  Also, students go to colleges and universities to have new experiences. This often means having the opportunity to meet people different from those in their hometowns. For most students, going to college is the first time they’ve been away from home by themselves. In additions, this is the first time they’ve had to make decisions on their own. Making these decisions increases their knowledge of themselves.

  Besides looking for self-knowledge, people also attend a university or college to expand their knowledge in subjects they find interesting. For many, this will be their last chance for a long time to learn about something that doesn’t relate to their career.

  I would recommend that people not be so focused on a career. They should go to college to have new experiences and learn about themselves and the world they live in.

  2.Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Parents are the best teachers. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

  Throughout my life, I have been lucky enough to have a very good relationship with my parents. They have supported me, given me necessary criticism, and taught me a great deal about how to live my life. Parents can be very important teachers in our lives; however, they are not always the best teachers.

  Parents may be too close to their children emotionally. Sometimes they can only see their children though the eyes of a protector. For example, they may limit a child’s freedom in the name of safety. A teacher might see a trip to a big city as a valuable new experience. However, it might seem too dangerous to a parent.

  Another problem is that parents may expect their children’s interests to be similar to their own. They can’t seem to separate from their children in their mind. If they love science, they may try to force their child to love science too. But what if their child’s true love is art, or writing, or car repair?

  Parents are usually eager to pass on their value to their children. But should children always believe what their parents do? Maybe different generations need different ways of thinking. When children are young, they believe that their parents are always rights. But when they get older, they realize there are other views. Sometimes parents, especially older ones, can’t keep up with rapid social or technology changes. A student who has friends of all different races and backgrounds at school may find that her parents don’t really understand or value the digital revolution. Sometimes kids have to find their own ways to what they believe in.

  The most important thing to realize is that we all have many teachers in our lives. Our parents teach us, our teachers teach us, and our peers teach us. Books and newspapers and television also teach us. All of them are valuable.

  #( Books and newspapers) : Books, newspapers

  3. Nowadays, food has become easier to prepare. Has this change improved the way people live? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

  The twentieth century has brought with it many advances. With those advances, human lives have changed dramatically. In some ways life is worse, but mostly it is better. Changes in food preparation methods, for example, have improved our lives greatly. The convenience of preparing food today is amazing. Even stoves have gotten too slow for us. Microwave cooking is much easier. We can press a few buttons and a meal is completely cooked in just a short time. People used to spend hours preparing an oven-cooked meal, and now they can use that time for other, better things. Plus, there are all kinds of portable, prepackaged foods we can buy. Heat them in the office microwave, and lunch at work is quick and easy.

  Food preparation today allows for more variety. With refrigerators and freezers, we can preserve a lot of different foods in our homes. Since technology makes cooking so much faster, people are willing to make several dishes for even a small meal. Parents are more likely to let children be picky, now that they can easily heat them up some prepackaged macaroni and cheese on the side. Needless to say, adults living in the same house may have very different eating habits as well. If they don’t want to cook a lot of different dishes, it’s common now to eat out at restaurants several times a week.

  Healthful eating is also easier than ever now. When people cook, they use new fat substitutes and cooking sprays to cut fat and calories. This reduces the risk of heart disease and high cholesterol. Additionally, we can buy fruits and vegetable fresh, frozen or canned. They are easy to prepare, so many of us eat more of those nutritious items daily. A hundred years ago, you couldn’t imagine the process of taking some frozen fruit and ice from the freezer, adding some low-fat yogurt from a plastic cup and some juice from a can in the refrigerator, and whipping up a low-fat smoothie in the blender!

  Our lifestyle is fast, but people still like good food. What new food preparation technology has given us is more choices. Today, we can prepare food that is more convenient, healthier, and of greater variety than ever before in history.

  4. It has been said, “Not every thing that is learned is contained in books.” Compare and contrast knowledge gained from experience with knowledge gained from books. In your opinion, which source is more important? Why?

  “Experience is the best teacher” is an old cliché, but I agree with it. The most important, and sometimes the hardest, lessons we learn in life come from our participation in situations. You can’ learn everything from a book.

  Of course, learning from books in a formal educational setting is also valuable. It’s in schools that we learn the information we need to function in our society. We learn how to speak and write and understand mathematical equations. This is all information that we need to live in our communities and earn a living.

  Nevertheless, I think that the most important lessons can’t be taught; they have to be experienced. No one can teach us how to get along with others or how to have self-respect. As we grow from children into teenagers, no one can teach us how to deal with peer pressure. As we leave adolescence behind and enter adult life, no one can teach us how to fall in love and get married.

  This shouldn’t stop us from looking for guidelines along the way. Teachers and parents are valuable sources of advice when we’re young. As we enter into new stages in our lives, the advice we receive from them is very helpful because they have already bad similar experiences. But experiencing our own triumphs and disasters is really the only way to learn how to deal with life.

  5. A company has announced that it wishes to build a large factory near your community. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this new influence on your community. Do you support or oppose the factory? Explain your position.

  New factories often bring many good things to a community, such as jobs and increased prosperity. However, in my opinion, the benefits of having a factory are outweighed by the risks. That is why I oppose the plan to build a factory near my community.

  I believe that this city would be harmed by a large factory. In particular, a factory would destroy the quality of the air and water in town. Factories bring smog and pollution. In the long run, the environment will be hurt and people’s health will be affected. Having a factory is not worth that rise.

  Of course, more jobs will be created by the factory. Our population will grow. To accommodate more workers, more homes and stores will be needed. Do we really want this much growth, so fast? If our town is going in growth, I would prefer slow growth with good planning. I don’t want to see rows of cheaply constructed townhouses. Our quality of life must be considered.

  I believe that this growth will change our city too much. I love my  hometown because it is a safe, small town. It is also easy to travel here. If we must expand to hold new citizens, the small-town feel will be gone. I mould miss that greatly.

  A factory would be helpful in some ways. However, I feel that the dangers are greater than the benefits. I cannot support a plan to build a factory here, and hope that others feel the same way. ;

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托福词汇用哪本书?你的词汇书籍选对了吗?

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  托福词汇书籍的选择,并不是越全越好,而是要符合学生自身的英语基础。选对备考书籍,对我们前期的基础复习有着重要的影响,因此大家不能忽视这部分的内容。那么如何选择词汇书籍,我们常见的词汇备考书籍有哪些?本篇文章将一一为大家做介绍。

托福词汇书籍选择方法

1

首次印刷时间

  3本托福词汇中,吴最早,94年6月第一版,01年7月第10印刷。张红岩的为99年2月。小梅最迟,01年1月。

2

词汇量

  岩收核心词3000,分类学科词约900。小梅收核心词计5208个,补充词汇836个,阅读词因与前重复较多,不计。吴收词最多,约8000个。

  这3本书中,岩与梅的重复率最高,每个list、具体到每一页,岩已收录的词在梅中几乎都能找得到,极少数在核心词汇中未予收录的,小梅也把它编进了补充词汇,故除岩的分类词汇外,岩几乎就相当于梅的一本子集。而吴与其余的2本相差较大,随机抽查的十几页中,每一页相差都达10-15个之多。

3

收词标准

  岩与梅的收词标准,据称都是历年考试中的高频词。3本书中只有梅标出了出现的频率。吴收录标准为80年代以来(至94年6月)中出现过的词汇和短语。

4

印刷数

  以我手头有的3本书为对象,岩11次印刷,共计237000.梅4次印刷,共计76000.吴10次印刷,共计59000.最后一次的印刷数:岩30000.梅和吴都是15000.但值得注意的是:梅的4次印刷是在当年首印后的9个月当中实现的。

5

音标

  3本书中,吴并未将所有的词都标出了音标。而其余2本所收录的核心词则全部标出了音标。

6

中文释意

  梅的标准为历年考过的中文词义,且标出了频率,每个词的词义多为2个以上。吴的词义多为2个以下。此外,岩与梅的每个词下都有相应的例句,而吴没有。

7

词汇

  3本书中,只有岩的《词汇精选》收录有词缀、词根,及经典词汇题。只有梅的《词汇》收录有不规则动词词汇表。岩和梅2本都标出了同义词,而吴未标出同义词。词汇划分方面,岩将核心词划分为50个list,梅分为40个。吴未作这样的划分,而以首字母来划分。

托福词汇书籍推荐

  1、《新东方TOEFL词汇》–王玉梅

  主要特色:本书分为40个list,按照字母表顺序排列,根据每个单词历次考过的词性及中文意思,给出释义,本书收录了大量的同义词和派生词,并且给出了该词在考试中出现的频率,便于考生将有限的复习时间集中于高频词汇,有的放矢。本书附录中附有同义词表以及常用不规则动词表,方便大家记忆。

  2、《新托福IBT词汇分类突破》–李笑来

  主要特色:内容新颖,全彩印刷,附有插图,特别适合初学者,李笑来建议大家可以很快的背一遍然后重复很多遍。本书中的词汇是以文章的形式展现的,可以帮助大家串联记忆词汇,而不是独立的记忆每个词汇,每篇文章都附有美式发音的音频,很方便学习。

  3、《TOEFL核心词汇21天突破》–李笑来

  主要特色:此本托福词汇书里面的很多词汇在托福考试中出现的频率都比较高,里面共有2140个单词;每个单元最开始都有该单元的词汇表,之后是每个单词的详细解释;附录包含朗文定义词汇表、TOEFL考试常见熟词僻意表、TOEFL考试常见词组及搭配、逆向分类词汇表、TOEFL常见前缀后缀,内容详实,如果肯下功夫,17天搞定托福词汇还是很有可能的。

  4、《TOEFL词汇词根+联想记忆法(45天突破版)》

  主要特色:每单元前都有词根、词缀预习表,帮助考生扩大词汇量;再现真题例句,直击TOEFL考试要点;本书词汇真对听力、阅读进行归纳、精选词汇;归纳常考词组,帮助考生抓住考试重点;寓学于乐,45天突破TOEFL词汇瓶颈;配有录音MP3光盘,背单词练听力。

  5、《以类记:TOEFL iBT词汇》–张红岩

  主要特色:此本托福词汇书分类十分全面,并且与听力、阅读、写作三部分高度契合,具有针对性;附录中总结了经典的托福词汇题400道;提供了按字母顺序排列的顺序表,便于查找;给出了阅读必备的重要词组,可以说,这是一本很全面的托福词汇书。

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托福写作机经2017年考试抢先看!

托福写作机经2017年考试抢先看!
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  1. The rules that the whole society today expects young people to follow and obey are too strict.

  2. Which of the following three factors contributes the most to an enjoyable vacation? a. good food b. good location c. good friends to travel with you.

  3. Young people today are less dependent on their parents for making decisions than they were in the past.

  4. When you are assigned an important presentation for work or school, do you prefer to work on it right away so that you can work on it a little bit every day, or wait until you have a good idea about the presentation?

  5. Children should spend most of their time studying or playing; they should not be required to help the family with household chores, such as cooking and cleaning.

  6. In times of economic crisis, local governments often reduce the money they spend in some areas. In your opinion, if a local government is facing economic problems, which of the following areas should it spend less money on? a. libraries b.public transportation c. police.

  7. People who cannot accept criticism from others will not be successful at working in a group.

  8. It is important for government to provide money for beautiful things and not just for practical things. 9. People spend too much money on their pets even though there can be other good ways to spend money.

  10. When making major purchase (for example, car or laptop), our decisions can be influenced by different sources of information. Explain how each of the following sources of information can influence your decision. a. recommendations from friends or colleagues b. information from media (for example, TV, magazines and newspapers) c. recommendations from sales person in the store.

  11. It is as important for older people to study and learn new things as it is for young people.

  12. The opinions of celebrities, such as famous entertainers and athletes, are more important to younger people than to older people.

  13. Movies and TV programs made in your own country are more interesting compared to movies and programs made in other countries.

  14. Some people prefer to buy new technological devices immediately when they become available. Others prefer to wait until many people have adopted them. Which do you prefer?

  15. Because modern life is complex, it is essential for young people to have the ability to plan and organize.

  16. People should know about events happening around the world even if they have little influence on their daily lives.

  17. The most important investment for a big company is to improve the efficiency and proficiency of its employees.

  18. Your community has a piece of land and is considering introducing a business to this land. Which business would you prefer? a. a shopping mall b. a performing art center c. a hotel.

  19.It is easier to become an educated person than it was in the past.

  20.Nowadays it is easeir to maintain health than in the past.

  21.Do you think success is important, or it is more important to remain happy and optimistic when you fail?

  22.Agree or disagree, movies and televisions should always show audience good people are being rewarded and bad people are being punished.

  23.Can two people be good friends if one person has more money than the other?

  24.Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? People who have learned many different skills are more likely to succeed than those who focus on learning only one skill.

  25.Some people think we should follow our dreams, even if the dreams are ambitious. But other people think that we should focus on realistic goals. Which do you agree?

  26.The best way to learn about a foreign country is to read the newspapers and magazines of that country.

  27.Which way do you think is the best for a student to make new friends: a, joining a sports team; b, participating in community activities; c, travelling.

  28.Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? It is the best way for teachers to make students more interested in a subject by explaining to them that this subject will help them in their life outside of the school.

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托福备考丨托福阅读如何进行精读训练

 

托福备考丨托福阅读如何进行精读训练

福阅读是托福考试的第一个单项。相对于听力口语来说,对中国学生来说也是相对容易拿到高分的项目。但是是否你还徘徊在二十几分无法前进呢?今天我们就来聊聊如何通过精读文章来提高阅读的功底和分数。

在阅读当中,精读和泛读都是非常重要的。很多同学做了很多TPO,但是并没有及时的总结和精读。如果只是一味刷题,而不回头看都存在哪些问题,也不知道自己的问题究竟在哪,那读十篇文章,还不如读一篇文章十遍。那么,在托福考试中,应该如何精读呢?这里跟大家分享下精读的要点:

1

词:专门总结、整理出你文章中不认识的单词并记忆。

2

句:用word文档或者是软件整理出文章中读不懂的句子,这是长难句的理解,提高你阅读速度很重要的一点;也可由授课老师指定长难句材料作为练习内容。

3

段:概括出这个段落大意。对于阅读,这是基本的能力素养;对于考试,这是做对多选题有很大的提示作用。

4

正确选项:分析正确选项为什么对,你要想明白,在原文中画出答案的依据,在比较选项,体会ETS是如何改写原文的;

5

错误选项:分析错误选项为什么错,你要想明白,并在word文档中标注选项错误的地方。

     知其,知其所以然,知其所以不然

托福备考丨托福阅读如何进行精读训练


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托福、GRE、GMAT考试超完整对比分析,这次你该懂了

现在,一些准备美国研究生申请的考生可能仍然对托福、GRE、GMAT考试不甚了解,讯哥现在就为大家详细介绍一下托福、GRE、GMAT考试在报考查分、考察目的、题型设置、复习侧重、申请中的作用等方面的区别。帮助大家真正了解这三个考试,从而更有针对性地进行准备。

  

★ 考察目的不同

  

TOEFL全称为The Test of English as a Foreign Language,是一项检定母语非英语者的英语能力考试,主要考察一个希望到美国生活、学习的考生在语言上是否已经做好了充分的准备。与之对应的是IELTS考试,多用于英联邦国家。

  

GRE考试全称为Graduate Record Examination,即美国研究生入学考试,分两种 (平常所说GRE考试都是指General test):一般能力或称倾向性测验(General test或Aptitude Test),及专业测验或称高级测验(Subject Test或Advanced Test)。考生需要根据自身的条件和申请学校的要求参加其中一项或双项考试。

  

GRE普通考试的目的在于根据大学毕业生的基础知识和能力水平,对考生在高级阶段从事学术研究的一般潜在能力做出衡量,而不涉及任何专业的特殊要求。专业考试的目的则在于测试考生在某一学科领域或专业领域中所获得的知识和技能以及能力水平的高低。

  

GMAT全称为Graduate Management Admission Test,中文名称为经企管理研究生入学考试,主要用于商学院的录取评估,是当前测试考生是否具备顺利完成工商管理硕士项目学习能力的最为可靠的测试系统。

  

和托福不同,GRE和GMAT并不是语言考试,而是以英语为载体检验一个人的逻辑分析能力和信息提取能力,从而一定程度上显示一个人的学术潜能,所以后两者并不考听力和口语。参加GRE和GMAT考试需要有一定英语基础,但并不能单纯以准备托福的方法来准备这两个考试。


★ 报考规定不同


通过下表为大家详细介绍托福、GRE、GMAT考试三者在报考、查分方面的不同:



TOEFL GRE GMAT
有效期 2年 5年 5年
365天限报次数 无限 5次 5次
连续两次间隔 12天 21天 16天
考试日期 固定 固定 自选
出分日期 约10天 当场 当场
自适应程度 非自适应 半自适应 全自适应
诊断报告 暂无 免费 付费

  

★  题型设置不同

  

TOEFL题型分为听力、口语、阅读和写作部分。GRE和GMAT考试包含Verbal(语文)、 Quantitative(数学)和Analytical Writing(分析性写作),此外GMAT再加一个Integrated Reasoning(综合推理)。GRE写作包括issue和argument两部分,issue是根据一个话题来谈自己的看法和认识,argument则根据已给出的一段文字批驳其不合理处。GMAT只考一个argument。

  

★ 复习侧重点不同

  

听力水平无疑是托福成功与否的关键,除阅读外,无论哪一部分都离不开“听”。对于中国考生来说,听力正是薄弱环节。目前中国考生提高听力的其中一条有效途径是听写法,即把相关听力材料拿来精听,并把听到的内容逐句写下来。也有专门用来练习新托福听写的软件。

  

而对于GRE来说,有所谓“单词者得天下”的说法,可见词汇量对于备考GRE来说是多么重要。尽管新GRE对词汇量的要求相较过去有所降低,但做好单词准备依然是GRE备考的关键。同时,GRE和GMAT需要学生有一定的逻辑分析能力,这就需要考生了解考试,进行专门的训练。


★ 申请中的作用不同

  

细心研究过美国学校申请要求的学生不难发现,大部分学校都会对TOEFL有个下限要求,GRE和GMAT则一般不会很明确地写明要求,更多是一些handbook中会介绍往年平均录取的分数。

  

因此申请材料中,托福成绩只要达到学校的申请要求即可,更多被当做一种硬性指标进行筛选(也会有例外,如其他方面很突出,托福成绩没有达到要求也可能会酌情考虑)。而GRE和GMAT成绩则更多代表了你的学术潜能,虽然学校并不会只看GRE和GMAT成绩,但还是越高越有竞争力。


附:2017年美国大学最低托福录取分数要求(研究生)


学校

成绩要求

1普林斯顿大学

研究生不设置最低要求,但是托福口语成绩低于28分,雅思口语部分成绩低于8.0的学生要参见English placement ,没通过这个考试的学生要去读语言课程。

2哈佛大学

研究生无统一托福最低成绩要求,在此只列出一些学院作为参考,以教育学院为例子,要求托福最低申请成绩最低总成绩不低于104分,其中听说读写各个单项不得低于26分;要求雅思最低申请成绩总分不低于7.5分,听说读写各单项不得低于7.5分。

(要求申请人GRE General成绩的语文部分低于50%,数学部分低于30%,分析性写作低于3.5分,那么录取的几率会很小)

比如文理学院研究生院只接受托福考试,不接受其他,该学院要求申请人最低托福成绩为80分。

3耶鲁大学

文理学院研究生院:该学院不设置最低GRE,托福和雅思考试成绩要求,但下设不同项目可能会有具体的要求。

4哥伦比亚大学

研究生学院:以文理学院研究生为例,托福最低录取分数为100分,雅思最低录取分数为7.0分。

4斯坦福大学

研究生学院只接受托福成绩,不接受雅思成绩,申请人必须提供托福成绩,未给出最低托福成绩要求。

4芝加哥大学

研究生院:自然科学和分子工程学院认为托福总成绩低于90分,雅思成绩低于7分的申请人通常不会被录取,除非展示自己的英语能力。地理科学学院要求申请人托福总成绩不低于95分,其他学院托福总成绩不低于104分,其中听说读写单项不得低于26分,雅思成绩不得低于7分,其中听说读写各单项不得低于7分。

7麻省理工学院

未给出统一的语言成绩要求。

8杜克大学

托福最低录取分数为90分,雅思最低录取分数为7.0分。

8宾夕法尼亚大学

未给出统一的语言成绩要求,各学院各项目要求均不同。

10加州理工学院

接受托福和雅思成绩(此处和基本科要求不同),不设置最低托福和雅思成绩要求。

10约翰霍普金斯大学

未给出统一的语言成绩要求。以文理类和工程类项目为例,要求申请人总成绩不得低于100分,雅思成绩不低于7分。

12达特茅斯大学

未给出统一的语言成绩要求,各学院各项目要求均不同。

13西北大学

未给出统一的语言成绩要求。

14布朗大学

推荐申请人托福总成绩不低于90分,雅思成绩不低于7.0分。

15康奈尔大学

托福成绩不得低于77分,其中写作部分不低于20分,听力不低于15分,阅读部分不低于20分,口语不低于22分,雅思总成绩不得低于7分。

15圣路易斯华盛顿大学

未给出统一的语言成绩要求。

15范德堡大学

未给出统一的语言成绩要求。

18莱斯大学

要求申请人托福成绩不得低于90分,雅思成绩不得低于7.0分,GPA不得低于3.0。

18圣母大学

要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于80分,其中口语部分不得低于23分,雅思总成绩不得低于7分。

20加州大学伯克利分校

托福成绩不得低于90分,雅思总成绩不得低于7.0分。

21埃默里大学

未给出统一的语言成绩要求。

21乔治城大学

研究生院以文理学院为例,接受托福和雅思成绩,但未给出统一语言要求。

23卡内基美隆大学

托福和雅思成绩接受程度根据院系不同有所区分,未给出总体要求,以工程学院化学工程系为例,要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于84分,其中阅读和听力部分不得低于22分,口语不得低于18分,写作部分不得低于22分。雅思成绩不得低于7.0分,统计学硕士项目要求申请托福总成绩不得低于100分,其中口语部分不得低于20分,未对是否接受雅思成绩做出说明,心理学系表示一般申请人的托福总成绩在100分以上,口语部分的最低要求为23分,不接受雅思成绩。

23加州大学洛杉矶分校

托福总成绩不得低于87分,其中推荐写作部分不低于25分,口语部分不低于24分,阅读部分不低于21分,听力部分不低于17分。

23南加州大学

博士项目申请要求托福总成绩不得低于100分,其中听说读写各项不低于20分,雅思总成绩不低于7.0分,其中听说读写个单项不得低于6分。

26弗吉尼亚大学

未给出统一的语言成绩要求。以文理学院的研究生项目为例,要求申请人总成绩不得低于90分,其中口语和写作部分不得低于22分,阅读和听力不得低于23分,要求申请人雅思总成绩不得低于7分,其中听说读写各单项不得低于7分。

27维克森林大学

文理学院研究生院:托福和雅思均接受,最低托福成绩为79-80分,雅思总成绩不得低于6.5分。(不设置GRE成绩要求,但是竞争力的分数在300-302分,即50%以上)

29密西根大学-安娜堡分校

未给出统一语言成绩要求,school of graduate studies 要求申请人托福总成绩不低于84分,雅思总成绩不得低于6.5分。

30波士顿学院

未给出总体托福或雅思成绩要求。以下其纹理学院研究生项目为例,要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于100分,雅思成绩不得低于7分。

30北卡罗来纳大学教堂山分校

要求托福申请人的托福总成绩不得低于79分,雅思总成绩不得低于7.0分。

32纽约大学

未给出统一托福或雅思成绩要求。其中文理学院研究生院要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于100分,但是该院表示低于100分的同学也可以申请,因为多种因素会影响最终录取。

33罗切斯特大学

未给出统一托福或雅思成绩要求。

34布兰迪斯大学

未给出统一托福或雅思成绩要求。以文理学院为例,要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于100分,雅思总成绩不得私语7分。

34威廉玛丽学院

未给出统一托福或雅思成绩要求。以其教育学院为例,要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于100分,接受雅思成绩,但未给出雅思最低成绩要求。

36佐治亚理工学院

最低录取托福成绩为79分,不接受雅思成绩。

37凯斯西储大学

最低托福录取成绩为90分,最低雅思成绩为7.0分。

37加州大学圣塔芭芭拉分校

最低录取托福成绩为80分,最低雅思成绩不低于7.0分。

39加州大学欧文分校

最低录取托福成绩为80分,最低雅思成绩不低于7.0分,其中听说读写各单项不得低于6.0分。

39加州福尼亚大学圣地亚哥分校

最低录取托福成绩为80分,最低雅思成绩不低于7.0分。

41波士顿大学

未给出统一语言成绩要求。以文理学院研究生项目为例,要求申请人托福阅读部分不得低于21分,听力不得低于18分,口语不得低于23分,写作部分不得低于22分,要求雅思总成绩不得低于7分。

41伦斯勒理工学院

要求申请人托福最低申请分数为88分,雅思总成绩不得低于6.5分,被录取学生的GRE成绩情况:语文部分平均分为157分;数学部分平均分为163分,作文分数为4.0分。

41杜兰大学

未给出统一语言成绩要求。以建筑学项目为例,要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于100分,GRE语文部分不得低于153分,数学部分不得低于144分。

41加州大学戴维斯分校

申请人托福成绩不得低于80分(托福总成绩高于80分但是低于104分需要读ESL语言课程),雅思总成绩不得低于7分。

41伊利诺伊大学香槟分校

如果拿到Full status 的录取,托福成绩需要再102分以上,雅思总成绩在6.5以上,有条件录取要求:托福成绩在79分到102分之间,雅思总成绩不低于6.5分,听说读写各单项不低于6.0分。

41威斯康星大学麦迪逊分校

托福最低申请为92分,雅思总成绩不得低于7.0分。

47利哈伊大学

接受托福和雅思成绩,具体要求未给出。

47东北大学

未给出统一语言成绩要求。以科学学院为例,生物学要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于100分,雅思总成绩不得低于7分。物理学要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于86分,雅思总成绩不得低于7.0分。

47宾州州立大学帕克分校

最低录取托福成绩为80分,其中口语部分不得低于19分(口语部分在15-18分的申请人可能会被要求读语言课程),最低雅思录取分数为6.5分。

47佛罗里达大学

托福最低申请分数为80分,雅思最低申请分数为6.0分,要求申请人GRE成绩的语文部分不得低于140分。

51迈阿密大学

未给出统一语言成绩要求。

52俄亥俄州立大学哥伦布分校

研究生院:托福最低申请分数为79分,雅思最低申请分数为7.0。

52佩帕代因大学

研究生院:未给出统一语言成绩要求。

52德克萨斯大学奥斯丁分校

研究生院:最低申请分数为79分最低雅思申请分数为6.5分。

52华盛顿大学西雅图分校

研究生院:托福成绩在92分以上,雅思总成绩在7.0分以上,低于这一成绩需要读语言课程。

57乔治华盛顿大学

研究生院:最低托福总成绩为80分,最低雅思成绩要求为6.0。申请奖学金最低托福要求100分,雅思最低要求7.0分,其中听说读写各项不低于6.0分。

57康涅狄格大学

研究生院:托福最低申请分数为79分,雅思最低申请分数为6.5分。

57马里兰大学帕克分校

研究生院:无条件录取申请人托福总成绩不低于100分,其中口语部分不低于22分,听力部分不低于24分阅读部分不低于26分,写作部分不低于24分,申请人雅思成绩不低于7.0,口语部分不低于6.5。无条件录取但有限制(入学后参加英文考试,根据考试结果可能会被要求要求学习英语课程)要求申请人托福成绩在84-99之间,其中口语部分不低于19分。听力部分成绩在18到23分之间,阅读部分在21-25分之间,写作部分在21到23分之间要求申请人雅思总成绩不低于6.5,其中听说读写各单项不低于6.5分。

57伍斯特理工

研究生院:申请人总成绩不低于84分,雅思总成绩不低于7.0分。

61克莱姆森大学

研究生院:要求申请人总成绩不低于80分,雅思总成绩不低于6.5。

61普渡大学西拉法叶分校

研究生院要求托福总成绩不低于77分,其中阅读部分不低于19分,写作和口语部分不低于18分,听力部分不低于14分。雅思总成绩不低于6.5分。

61南卫理公会大学

研究生院:要求申请人最低托福申请分数为80分,雅思最低申请分数6.5分。

61雪城大学

研究生院:未给出统一语言成绩要求。

61佐治亚大学

研究生院:申请人托福总成绩不低于80分,其中口语和写作不低于20分。申请人雅思总成绩不低于6.5分,其中听说读写各单项不低于6.0分。

66杨百翰大学

研究生院:申请人最低托福要求不低于85分,其中口语部分不低于22分,听力、阅读、写作部分不低于21分。申请人雅思成绩不低于7.0分,听说读写各单项不低于6.0分。

66福特汉姆大学

研究生院:未给出统一语言成绩要求。

66匹兹堡大学

研究生院:未给出统一语言成绩要求。以文理学院研究生项目为例,要求申请人托福总成绩不低于90分,其中听说读写个单项不低于22分。雅思总成绩不低于7分,其中听说读写各单项不低于6.5分。

69明尼苏达大学双城

研究生院:托福最低申请分数为79分,其中写作部分不低于21分,阅读部分不低于19分。雅思最低申请分数为6.5分。

70德州农工大学

研究生院:托福总成绩不低于80分,雅思总成绩不低于6.0分。GRE语文部分不低于146分,GMAT语文部分不低于22分。

70弗吉尼亚理工大学

要求申请人托福最低分为80分,雅思最低申请分数为6.5分。

72美国大学

文理学院研究生院托福最低申请分数不低于100分(对外英语专业在线课程要求95分以上),要求申请人雅思总成绩不低于7分。

72贝勒大学

研究生院:申请人托福总成绩不低于80分,雅思总成绩不低于6.5。

72罗格斯大学

研究生项目要求申请人托福总成绩不低于83分,其中写作部分不低于22分,口语部分不低于23分,阅读部分不低于21分,听力部分不得低于17分。要求雅思成绩不低于7分。

75克拉科大学

研究生院:未给出统一语言成绩要求。

75科罗拉多矿业大学

要求申请人托福最低分数79分,雅思最低申请分数6.5分。

75印第安纳大学伯明顿分校

未给出统一语言成绩要求。

75密歇根州立大学

要求申请人托福总成绩不低于80分,其中阅读听力口语不低于19分,写作部分不低于22分。要求雅思总成绩不低于6.5分,其中听书读写各部分不低于6.0。

75斯蒂文斯理工学院

研究生院:无条件录取要求申请人托福总成绩不低于86。雅思总成绩不低于7.0分。

托福成绩在79-85分,雅思成绩6.5分的学生要求在第一学期参加语言交流课程(第一学期课程正常)。托福成绩在74-78分,雅思成绩6分的学生第一学期参加英语语言交流课程(第一学期课程量有所减少)。  

75特拉华大学

研究生院:申请人最低托福人数79分,最低雅思成绩为6.5分,其中听说读写各单项不低于6分。部分项目要求申请者托福成绩在100分以上。

75马萨诸塞大学阿默斯特校区

托福最低分数要求80分,雅思最低分数要求为6.5分。

82迈阿密大学牛津分校

研究生项目要求申请人托福最低分数为80分,雅思最低分数要求6.5分。

82得克萨斯基督教大学

研究生院:未给出统一语言成绩要求。

82加州大学圣克鲁兹分校

研究生院:生物信息、化学与生物化学、计算机工程、计算机科学、电子工程、统计与应用数学、信息技术管理要求申请人的托福成绩在89分以上,其他项目要求申请人托福成绩在83分以上,雅思成绩不低于7.0分。

申请助教的国际学生的托福口语成绩要达到26分,雅思总成绩要达到8分。

82爱荷华大学

研究生院:申请人最低托福成绩要求不低于81分,雅思成绩不得低于7.0分,听说读写各单项不得低于6.0分。

托福成绩地域100分的被录取的学生将被要求参加语言能力评估。

特别提醒,法学(JD/SJD)项目要求托福不得低于105,雅思不得低于8分,其中听说读写各单项不得低于7分。LLM项目托福总成绩不得低于92分,雅思成绩不得低于7分,听说读写各单项不得低于6.5分。

MBA项目要求申请人总成绩不得低于100分,雅思总成绩不得低于7分,其中听说读写各单项不得低于6分。

86马凯特大学

研究生院要求申请者托福成绩不得低于80分,其中听说读写各单项不得低于20分。雅思总成绩不得低于6.5分。

86丹佛大学

研究生院:托福最低申请分数80分雅思最低申请分数6.0(申请TA要求托福口语不低于26分,雅思口语成绩不低于8分。

86塔尔萨大学

研究生院:工程与自然科学项目托福成绩不得低于80分,雅思最低成绩为6.0分。商科及其他项目要求托福不得低于90分,雅思总成绩不得低于6.5分。

地球科学的论文与博士项目申请人托福总成绩不得低于90分,其中写作部分不得低于22分。

托福成绩在70-80分,雅思在5.5-6分想读工程学院或自然科学院;托福成绩在80-90分之间,雅思成绩在6.0-6.5之间想读其他项目的学生被要求修两节语言课程或在语言学院注册。

89纽约州立大学宾汉姆顿大学

要求申请人托福成绩不低于80分,申请助教职位的学生的托福成绩不低于107分,申请人最低雅思成绩不低于6.5分,听说读写各单项不低于5.0分,助教职位申请人的雅思成绩不低于7.5分。

89北卡罗来纳州立大学

申请人托福总成绩不得低于80分,其中听说读写个单项不得低于18分,申请人TA且有和学生直接口语交流的岗位需要口语部分在23分以上,需要TA提供辅助课堂教学或者实验的需要,申请人托福口语部分在26分以上。要求申请人雅思总成绩不得低于6.5分,要申请人TA岗位口语部分成绩需要达到7.0分。

89纽约州立大学石溪分校

研究生院各项说是项目的申请人最低托福成绩为85分,对于申请助教职位或者博士项目申请人的最低托福成绩为90分。

雅思最低分数为6.5分,听说读写各单项不低于6.0分,在不参加语言课程的情况下,托福口语成绩在25-30恩,雅思口语在7.5分或以上有可能获得TA资格。

89美国纽约州立大学环境科学与林业学院

托福最低申请分数为80分,其中听说读写各单项不得低于17分,雅思最低申请分数为6.0分,其中写作部分不低于5.0分。

89科罗拉多大学波尔得分校

教育学要求申请人托福成绩不得低于114分,新闻学(博士)和媒体研究(博士)要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于107分。

亚洲语言和文明(博士)和商学(博士)要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于105分。工程功力要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于102分。

通信,技术媒体与社会,机械工程(博士),媒介研究(硕士),分析细胞和发育生物学,MBA,数学,新闻学(硕士),整合生物学,环境研究,电气工程,应用数学,化学工程,化学,土木工程,法学要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于100分。

音乐(博士)要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于93分。

会计与税务会计,政治科学要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于90分,物理学要求89分,航空航天工程,亚洲语言和文明(硕士),计算机科学要求83分。

音乐学(硕士),西班牙语要求80分,戏剧,舞蹈,生态学和进化生物学,语言学,机械工程(硕士)要求79分,博物馆和实地考察,传播学,比较文学,经济学和其他所有项目要求75分。

会计,应用数学,经济学,博物馆学,音乐,物理学不接受雅思成绩。

教育学要求申请人雅思总成绩不低于8.0分。

亚洲语言和文明(博士),商学(博士),工程管理,机械工程(博士)要求申请人雅思总成绩不得低于7.5分。

广告,公共关系和媒体研究,亚洲怨言和文明(硕士)化学工程,化学,土木工程,电器工程,环境研究,整合生理学,新闻学,法学,数学,MBA,媒介研究,分析细胞和法语生物学,政治科学,技术媒体与褐色会,通信要求申请人雅思总成绩不得低于7分。

戏剧,西班牙语,机械工程(硕士),语言学,舞蹈,比较文学,传播学要求申请人雅思总成绩不得低于6.5分。

计算机科学,生态学,进化生物学和其他项目要求雅思6.0分。

89圣迭戈大学

未给出统一语言成绩要求。

89佛蒙特大学

要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于90分,如需申请TA funding,托福总成绩不得低于100分,研究生项目要求雅思总成绩不得低于6.5分,如需申请资助,雅思总成绩不低于7分。

96佛罗里达州立大学

托福最低申请分数为80分,雅思最低申请分数为6.5分,托福口语部分不得低于26分可以申请助教岗,但部分专业仍要求申请助教岗的学生参加佛罗里达州监管下的口语考试。

96圣路易斯大学

要求申请人托福最低申请分数为80分,雅思最低申请分数为6.5分。

96阿拉巴马大学

各项目要求申请人托福最低成绩为79分,最低雅思成绩为6.5分。(要求GRE总成绩在300分以上)

99德雷赛尔大学

未给出统一的语言成绩要求。

99芝加哥洛约拉大学

未给出统一的语言成绩要求,以公共政策和城市事务项目为例,要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于79分,雅思总成绩不得低于6.5分。

99纽约州立大学布法罗分校

要求申请人托福总成绩不得低于79分,雅思总成绩不得低于6.5分,其中听说读写分单项不得低于6.0分。


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托福成绩有哪些用途

    托福是由美国教育测验服务社(ETS)举办的英语能力考试,全名为检定非英语为母语者的英语能力考试,中文音译为托福TOEFL有三种,分别是: pbt—paper based test 纸考 677, cbt—computer basedtest 机考 300, ibt—internet basedtest 网考 120, 新托福满分是120分。TOEFL考试的有效期为两年,是从考试日期开始计算的。那么托福成绩究竟有哪些用途呢?下面小编就为大家盘点托福成绩的用途。

  一、留学语言水平的证明

  托福考试考试由美国教育考试服务中心(ETS)研发,是全球范围内使用最广泛的英语语言水平测试。美国的大学在录取工作中越来越看重托福成绩,对于出国考试的学生来说,托福分数越高对于申请美国名校来说越重要,而且有些美国名校要求必须提供托福成绩。众多的TOP50的美国院校对于语言的最低要求徘徊在80-90之间,为了更具有竞争力,很多申请者会进行刷分。

  二、评奖学金的依据

  托福考试成绩与奖学金的成功率是相关的。一般来说,如果我国考生的TOEFL成绩能达到80分,则很有可能被美国普通大学的研究生院录取;如果能考到100分左右,则申请奖学金的机会就更大了。

  三、找工作的条件

  托福还是比较有用的,最起码它还是你能力的证明,一般人是英语过四六级,托福比四六级更有说服力,是一个亮点,你如果不出国考个托福,那就可以在国内找个外企的工作了。现在有些企业招工如果你有托福或者雅思的经历,就比较有竞争力,如果分数还行,那就更有机会了。所以一个好的分数可以让你的简历容易获得应聘的机会,至于下一步就要看你自己的表现了。而且近几年来,国内的联合国驻华机构和外企及合资企业在聘录用职员时,或国际基金组织在测试职员的英语水平时,也都采用TOEFL考试成绩。而且在一些语言类培训公司,是需要培训老师参加托福考试的,公司也会对老师考出的成绩做出一定的奖金。

  四、公共课免修的证明

  一些国内的高校会把 TOEFL成绩作为公共英语课免修的依据。想要免修一些英语课程,就只能参加托福考试,满足免修的条件。

  五、提升自己的能力

  有一些爱学英语的知识分子,他们仅仅是为了提高自己的英语能力,他们会把学英语当作一种乐趣,参加托福考试只是为了检测自己的英语水平。

  托福成绩不仅仅是留学党们所需要,无论是看上托福成绩的哪种用途,大家既然决定参加托福考试,就一定要科学备考,争取考出满意的托福成绩。


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get into doing 投入做某事

I am able to really get into what I’m studying in the morning.

get married 结婚

They got married last year.

get away 度假

I am hoping to get away for a few days in Spring Festival.

get the hang of 熟练的运用

I wish I could get the hang of the skill.

get down to something 开始认真做某事

It’s time to get down to learning real English expressions.

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