Due Attention Should Be Given To the Study of Chinese

1. 近年来在学生中出现了忽视中文学习的现象;
2. 出现这种现象的原因和后果;
3. 我认为….

范文:

Along with the step of globalization, most students’ attention has shifted from Chinese to foreign cultures. Such a shift brought on great worries among people because it is not good for the development of Chinese culture.

There may be several reasons account for why this phenomenon could happen. First and foremost, the globalization greatly stimulated the spread of foreign cultures, which in turn stirred great interest among Chinese students; second, college students are, to some extent, forced to study certain foreign languages so as to pass exams or find good jobs so that they could not spare any time to study Chinese; last but not least, schools have no strict demand on students’ Chinese standard. No doubt, neglecting the study of Chinese will ultimately hold back the development of Chinese culture, and Chinese people may lose their cultural identity in such a competitive world.

In order change this situation and save our identity, due attention should be given to the study of Chinese. To begin with, government should put great efforts on the development of Chinese culture to make more people proud of it; besides, colleges and universities should make exams more balanced, not simply emphasizing the importance of foreign languages; finally, schools should also attach great importance to the study of Chinese, making it a compulsory curriculum. Through these efforts, I think, chances of changing this phenomenon are prosperous.

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2009年12月大学英语六级考试真题

Part Ⅰ Writing (30 minutes)

Directions:  For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay entitled Should Parents Send Their Kids to Art Classes? You should write at least 150 words following the outline given below.

1. 现在有不少家长送孩子参加各种艺术班
2. 对这种做法有人表示支持,也有人并不赞成
3. 我认为……
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Part ⅡReading Comprehension (Skimming and Scanning) (15 minutes)
Directions: In this part, you will have 15 minutes to go over the passage quickly and answer the questions on Answer Sheet 1. For questions 1-7, choose the best answer from the four choices marked A), B), C) and D). For questions 8-10, complete the sentences with the information given in the passage.




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      北文 点评2009年12月英语六级考试试题

  首先想说四六级考试是非常成熟的考试,每次的难度出题的风格继承以往的一贯性的特点,不会出现很大规模的突破,这次的考试比如说作文这次的六级作文跟听力当中有一些新特点。

      作文

  作文新的特点不用把它看得是个很大的变化,现在四六级考试的部分作文是非常的稳定,完全考的是议论文,这点参加六级或者是其他将要参加六级的同学都要有感觉,现在是作文部分是最稳定的时期,出题人全部采用议论文的方式出题,而不像多年前我们多次使用过书信的格式应用文和图表文,这两种暂时不会被考到了,主要的原因是议论文考起来题目的有效度会比较高,比较能够真实地反应考生的水平,昨天我在网上看了一下,一些同学对这次考试的反应,对作文部分的反应,很多同学有一些比较激进的言语,这个考试是八股文,就是很死的题目,那么多年了,十年前的议论文还是这么考的,90年代中期开始一直是这样的考试,一方面这样的题型有点死板,必须要承认,希望大家领会出题人的苦心,我一直做教学和测试研究的,我们很多的研究我们发现只有这种题型是最能够真实反应考生的水平,哪怕用书信或者是记叙文会不科学,记叙文我讲我的故事,你讲你的故事,你的故事情节很简单你会表达得比较的容易,我讲的故事是很有深度的,内容上非常好,但是我表述得够清楚,这样分就低了,就不公平。
  这次的题目家长选择让孩子去参加艺术班,首先我这道题出点有点怪,因为这道题离现在大学生有点远,家长送孩子去上艺术班,这个孩子是初中或者是小学,大学生并不属于孩子的部分,大学生也不属于是家长的部分,作为大学生我的观点是什么,大学生完全是第三者的形象,即不是被送去读的,也不是送人家去读的人,这有反命题的思路,比如说环保的重要性,或者是讲经济危机应该怎么做,这种大热门的题目肯定不能出,但是又不能跟现实生活毫无关系的讨论,介于两者之间选一些热门当中的冷门或者是冷门当中的热门,有点怪的题目。
  怪归怪,但是题目的出题方法是很主流的,第一段家长送孩子参加各种艺术班,很多的同学先把这个话说了一下,很多的同学采用的方法说一些艺术班画画、跳芭蕾舞,在词汇量的能力范围之内举几个例子可以,还有的同学事先我们很多的同学是有所准备,会说根据中国现在某个网站或者是电视台的调查,发现有百份之多少的家长送孩子上了艺术班数据未必有多真实,肯定会把握基本的情况是属实的,这是显得比较好,比较的客观,这是很多同学会采用的方法可以学习一下。
  第二部分是有人支持有人反对,这种出题风格我们称之为对抵观点文章,支持的理由是什么,反对的理由是什么,一种把支持和反对各成为一段落最后一段说自己的观点,这次把支持跟反对的观点融为一段,这样对大家来说反而是有利的,这种题目同学不熟悉如果要你说出四五个理由为什么这么做,或者为什么不应该这么做难度很高,放一段,你支持的观点拿一个观点出来就行了,反对拿出一个想法就行了,出题人有考虑,支持的话有的同学会讲到学艺术陶冶情操,陶冶情操不知道英文怎么说就不要说,你就说培养性格,培养自信,培养耐性等等,用一些相对简单的方法带做。 反对是占用时间,可以增加学生的负担这是对的,可以把握好尺度,家长送孩子上一个艺术班是很好的,如果三四五六个来上,负担就非常的重,同学在这点上能够把握得比较好,得分上会很好,作为大学生我的观点,我的观点到底是支持还是反对,这个不重要的,老师不在乎你是支持还是反对,我们要看的是无论支持和反对观点的表述上好不好,说的言之有理无论是支持还是反对都是可以接受的,这个多活动多跟人家交流这样是很好培养性格的方法,或者说这样就是好的,学一点艺术对以后成才会有帮助,在安全原则的情况下,在表述的情况下把它说得有道理就可以了,不需要挖掘得很深刻。

     阅读部分

  快速阅读部分应该说也一般,两部分来看,文章本身一般,出题上还是有点点难度的,这次的题目讲到的老板同意大家在家里工作,大家也知道随着科技的发展,很多工种其实是可以在家里完成的,比如说编辑,完全没有必要跑到公司的电脑上去做,做完之后通过电子邮件发给公司,在国外也能够减少公司工作的成本,很多的办公室会有很多的工作人员大家非常的拥挤,很多的工作完全可以在家里完成,这篇文章跟这个有密切的关系了,内容是比较容易理解的,特别引起注意的是这篇文章的定位点很特殊,我们的快速阅读部分需要去找读的,参加六级考试的同学都参加过四级的考试,技巧肯定是不陌生的,可能有人发现这样的问题在做四级的时候,当你找到那句句子的时候就找到了答案,六级的时候找到了句子发现句子里面没有答案,这个时候要看上下文,所有的上下句,我们在解题的时候答案通常出现一个是所在句,找到选项当中的关健词倒过去去看文章的句子所在句子,还有是上下句,四级用所在句把十道题目八道题目做完了,六级所在句应该是不到一半,这是六级比四级难的地方,有些同学觉得跟四级是一样的,这样做题的效率会比较低的,这是需要特别注意的。
  还有对考生比较有利的,最近几次考试的出题的顺序是非常的一致,两年前出现过出题顺序颠倒,大部分的考生是找读型的,把出题的顺序颠倒找读会造成很大的困难,中间会空下来,已经跑到后面去了,这次考试没有出现这样的现象,大多数的同学可以很放心按照顺序走,找不到一定是自己的问题,一定可以找到,六级现在的题型一方面两个建议,一方面你要去找读它技巧要很熟练,找到点,不止找到句子还要看上下句,同时要在解题的时候需要转换的,我们平时叫改写原文,四级很多时候直接抄就可以的,六级必须要求你来改写,改写最常见的手段是词性的变化,里面是形容词答案当中可能会变成副词或者是名词,这个需要有些同学是需要了解基本的构词的方法,名词加上MENT就变成了名词,不用特别多了解一下相信会对这个部分的解题会比较有帮助。
  听力部分整体的难度是维持之前的,没有太大的变化,如果有点新意的地方,在短对话当中出现一些比较习惯用语一些比较习惯的搭配,大家都知道学英语的人我们对中国的英语学者一个很大的问题我们是没有语境的我生活在中国不是美国,很多谚语的东西中国人不知道,天天说自然是口语很正常的部分,听力当中考到是很正常的,对我们来说我们难度听到一次会很痛苦,会听不懂,这次六级考试也出现了几个,这次几个习惯用语并没有直接涉及到考点,当你听到它的时候忽略掉它还是可以做题的,这点出题人把握得很好,这点上为难你不是很公平,这是一个趋势,大家要注意风格,听到特别难的这些搭配的时候不要太在意要听听得懂的地方,不要困难在听不懂的地方,这是比较特殊的地方,篇章考查问题不是很大,难度是比较的一般,这是对于六级考试,在国内大规模考试当中听力六级是最难了,大家都知道考研是没有听力的,比如说我们国内就到六级这个部分,这个设计上在最近几年一直很成熟,贯彻了之前的几年的风格,短文部分考得比较多是社会生活文章,不会考得过于生僻,这样对大家来说还是比较容易把握的,而且这次我看了一下这次的几篇文章出题点是比较的明显,没有找不到的题,或者是过度推测的题都是没有的,让你听懂还是可以做对的,包括后面的复合式听写讲的是记忆的问题,我觉得这篇文章的难度把握得很好,听力题目出的质量很好。
  仔细阅读部分应该分两部分来讲,首先是简答题,这次我觉得比6月份的题目出得难一些,这个难并没有体现在文章上,文章难度上差不多,题目上难了,而且我认为与其说这次难,还不是说6月份考得简单了,6月份的题目基本上是直接抄的,五道题目大概三道题目是直接抄过来就可以了,六级的考试当中这样的现象并不多见,六级的考试这个部分是要求改写的,这次考试是恢复了应该有的难度,五道题都需要改写,这有点矫枉过正,有些同学很不适应,改写才是六级真正的难度,如果只是抄写只能是运气,真正的难度是改写,改写这个部分从技巧上来说,跟刚才的快速阅读其实本质上是一样的,主要是涉及到词性的变化,名词变形容词等等,大家要快速阅读和解答题这两部分改写部分做一大块内容来准备,应该会有比较好的效果。
  最后传统的题型,这次文章也是跟四级考试有非常相近的地方,也是来自于《今日美国》这个报纸上过来的,这次考试的两篇传统的题型说实话是中等偏简单一点点,不是特别的难,为什么?一方面文章本身一般,题材都是很一般的,不是很生僻,出题的风格上主要是采用了同意转换的方式,同意转换只要看懂文章看看大概是什么意思都可以做题,对考生最难的题是推测题,即使已经明白文章本来的意思是什么,可能比较深刻的意思同学不一定明白,这也可以理解,考试时间是非常的有限,不一定看得很深刻,考推测题同学往往是比较痛苦,这次是同意转换难度是一般的。
短对话
11. A  They prefer to carry cash when traveling abroad.
12. C  Rod was eliminated in the selection process.
13. A  The concert is very impressive.
14. B  They have known each other since their schooldays.
15. C  Stop for the night.
16. A  Survey results.
17. D  He would rather the woman didn't buy the blouse.
18. C  The notice may not be reliable.

长对话
19. D  A manager at a computer store.
20. A  Handling customer complaints.
21. C  She wants to be with her husband.
22. D  Early next month.
23. B  It will be a major economic power by the mid-21st century.
24. D  The huge gap between the haves and have-nots.
25. C  They attach great importance to education.

短文
26. A  She engaged in field research on environmental pollution.
27. A  The job restricted her from revealing her findings.
28. B  Many toxic sites in America have been cleaned up.
29. D  Her ability to communicate through public speaking.
31.B
32.C
33.B
34.A
35.C

复合式听写
36. derived
37. immense
38. convenient
39. accuracy
40. largely
41. instant
42. recalls
43. texture
44. This means that any thought about a certain subject will often bring up more memories that are related to it.
45. Associations do not have to be logical. They just have to make a good link.
46. If you remember the shape of Italy, it is because you have been told at some time that Italy is shaped like a boot.

Section A

11.
W: Did you use credit cards on your vacation last month in Europe?
M: Sure I did. They certainly beat going around with a wallet full of big bills. But carrying lots of cash is still very common among some older people traveling abroad.

Q: What does the man say about some elderly people?

12.
W: Rod must be in a bad mood today. What’s wrong with him?
M: He was passed over in the selection process for the dean of the admissions office. He’d been hoping for the position for a long time.

Q: What does the man mean?

13.
M: What a great singer Justin is! His concert is just awesome. And you’ll never regret the money you paid for the ticket.
W: Yeah. Judging by the amount of the applause, everyone was enjoying it.

Q: What does the woman mean?

14.
W: I received an email yesterday from Henry. Do you remember? He was one of the chairpersons of our students union.
M: Yes, but I haven’t heard from him for ages. Actually I’ve been out of touch with him since our first reunion after graduation.

Q: What do we learn about the speakers?

15.
M: Driving at night always makes me tired. Let’s stop for dinner.
W: Fine. And let’s find a motel, so that we can get an early start tomorrow.

Q: What will the speakers probably do?

16.
W: Let’s look at the survey on consumer confidence we conducted last week. How reliable are these figures?
M: They have a 5% margin of error

Q: What are the speakers talking about?

17.
W: Look at this catalogue, John. I think I want to get this red blouse.
M: Err, I think you’ve already one like this in blue. Do you need every color in the rainbow?

Q: What does the man mean?

18.
W: This notice says that all the introductory marketing classes are closed.
M: That can’t be true. There’s supposed to be 13 of them this semester.

Q: What does the man mean?

Conversation One

M: I see on your resume that you worked as a manager of a store called “Computer Country”. Could you tell me a little more about your responsibilities there?
W: Sure. I was responsible for overseeing about 30 employees. I did all of the ordering for the store, and I kept track of the inventory.
M: What was the most difficult part of your job?
W: Probably handling angry customers. We didn’t have them very often, but when we did, I needed to make sure they were well taken care of. After all, the customer is always right.
M: That’s how we feel here too. How long did you work there?
W: I was there for three and a half years. I left the company last month.
M: And why did you leave?
W: My husband has been transferred to Boston. And I understand your company has an opening there too.
M: Yes, that’s right. We do. But the position won’t start until early next month. Would that be a problem for you?
W: No, not at all. My husband’s new job doesn’t begin for a few weeks. So we thought we would spend some time driving to Boston and stop to see my parents.
M: That sounds nice. So tell me, why are you interested in this particular position?
W: I know that your company has a great reputation, and a wonderful product. I’ve thought many times that I would like to be a part of it. When I heard about the opening in Boston, I jumped to the opportunity.
M: Well I’m glad you did.

19. What was the woman’s previous job?
20. What does the woman say was the most difficult part of her job?
21. Why is the woman looking for a job in Boston?
22. When can the woman start to work if she gets the job?

Conversation Two
W: Today in the studio we have Alberto Cortez, the well-known Brazilian advocate of the anti-global movement. He’s here to talk about the recent report, stating that by 2050 Brazil will be the one ot the word’s wealthiest and most successful countries. Alberto, what do you say to the report?
M: You know this isn’t the first time that people are saying Brazil will be a great economic power. The same thing was said over a hundred year ago. But it didn’t happen.
W: Yes, but you must admit the world’s a very different place now.
M: Of course. In fact I believe there’s maybe some truth in the prediction this time around. First of all, though, we must remember the problems facing Brazil at the moment.
W: Such as…?
M: There’s an enormous gap between the rich and the poor in this country. In Sal Paulo, you can see shopping malls full of designer goods right next door to the slam areas without proper water and electricity supplies. A lot of work needs to be done to help people in those areas improve their lives.
W: What needs to be done?
M: Education, for example. For Brazil to be successful, we need to offer education to all Brazilians. Successful countries like South Korea and Singapore have excellent education systems. Brazil needs to learn from these countries.
W: So you are hopeful for the future.
M: As I said earlier, I’m hopeful. This isn’t an easy job. We need to make sure that these important opportunities for Brazil aren’t wasted, as they were in the past.

23. What does the recent report say about Brazil?
24. What problem does Alberto say Brazil faces now?
25. What does Alberto say about economically successful countries?
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