1、河大雅思考试中心。RM5,男考官，心情不好。part 1: apartment.sports. part 2:occasion that get up extremely early. part 3: which kind of job or people get up early? effect? do u? young or older people?
1、郑轻room7，长的像叛变美国的那个什么斯登，说话不清楚p1name study or work 专业难吗 p2什么人见面让你觉得惊喜，在哪见，做神马。 p3中国人和新朋友都在哪里见面第一次，和外国人做朋友有神马困难，喜欢吗
1、湖北武昌实验中学RM11 part 1介绍一下自己，在哪学习之类的 part2 What educational visit or trip did you go when you were in school大概这么个意思吧… part3 中国小孩的educational trip通常去哪，能学到啥，在家的时候父母怎么帮助小孩学习
2、湖北武昌实验中学RM05 part1 hometown mathematics live music part2 a garden or a park you enjoyed most Part 3 outdoor places
3、武昌实验中学，R3,白人女考官，表情介于无表情与皱眉之间会看你也会打断被打断好多次 p1home之类的话题，p2花很长时间挑选的礼物 p3中国人一般送什么礼物，有用的礼物，没用的，自己制作的
4、武昌实验中学 rm4。黑衣服 白人帅哥。全程木有微笑 不过会点头～～爬万 name subject time management～爬2a place near water。爬碎 swimming swimming swimming
5、武昌实验中学room5 partone，衣服 parttwo，你不喜欢的人但是你要友好的对他， partthree，各种你为什么要友好 考官白人，特别爱打断
1、深圳赛格vip19 白人考官 好可爱一直笑缓解气氛 可是觉得自己说的不好 p1 study fruit sports p2 a change p3 关于change的一堆还有邻居关系啥的
1、川大～ 05 趴1 letter email 趴2 good leader 怕3 家里谁做决定～当家里有意见不同时咋办～
1、西安交大 Room11 趴1：study/help someone 趴2: a person who dress well 趴3: do other people think she is fashionable/where do people buy clothes in your country/chain of brands /do young people or old people like fashion
2、上财 6.4 RM306 一个矮矮的中年大叔 p1.apartment vegetables and fruits p2. successful small company p3. 关于bussiness的各种
3、上财315 白人考官 表情丰富 1work o r study museum 2你想买的车 3.交通堵塞的原因及引起的问题 为什么开车而不做地铁
2、东南大学 下午1：40 口语，白人男老师。part1:专业，以后想要做什么。part2：某情况下别人知道你说的是谎话，Who when what。part3:你觉得人在什么情况下会说善意的谎言，bala bala就是各种关于谎言
1、大连教育学院R3p1 work or study movie limited age p2 the age you enjoyed most p3 situable age for drving or getting married 华裔男 态度好 会笑不会打断
1、杭州RM202，白人瘦高男考官，可能是新手，一定要读我的中文名还死活读不清，但是很幽默，聊的很开心 趴1忘记事&home&reading&news 趴2想深入学习的东西 趴3老人学东西难吗&成年人和年轻人学习机会不平等公平吗&后面忘了
2、杭州203 白人卷发考官，人超nice，会回应微笑语速刚好， part1 clothes weekends house/apartment，part2 想要拥有的车，part3 公共交通交通堵塞解决方案
3、白人和蔼老爷爷 p1 study live music fruit vegetable p2 放松场所 p3 中国relax的地方 indoor 和 outdoor的区别 学校的relax设施做的好吗
1、合肥中澳 208 爬one trees work study 爬图 居然是问我想买什么样子的车 当时想掀桌 爬three 交通方式一类的 考官有着浓厚的口音 且语速飞快
题目：The media literacy od children
第四段提到older media没有new media获得的研究多;
3.most research focus on new media
8.barriers已经获得了considerable research. False
10.mobile phones是潜在可能带来危害的工具. True
题目：Making images from space more accessible amateur
The difference between professional astronomers and amateur astronomers in processing space images.
14.A particular method used to improve the image from Titan.C
15.What amateur astronomers often see. E
16.The development of media used by amateur astronomers. G
17.The geographic highlights made by Lieken. C
18.Some experts don’t know how to utilize amateur’s tools.
19.Amateur astronomers should be commend. Lebreton
20.Cooperation between professionals and amateurs would make people know exciting the astronomy is. Robert Milkey
21.The amateurs outnumbered professionals. Ed Flaspoehier
22.The developed technology would help amateur astronomers do scientific jobs. Robert Milkey
23.Professionals have a better understanding of data than amateurs. Lieken
24.Amateur astronomers send the image through Cassini spacecraft.
25.Lieken’s group was aware that it might be possible to send more precise images through facilities located in Arizona University.
26.The development of technology makes amateur astronomers able to use cheaper digital cameras.
题目：New Zealand Home Textile Craft
The map describes the change of a park from 1980 to now.
增加：Picnic chairs and desks, road extend
转变：flower- bush; flower- a play ground
不变：pond; bench; tree
The two pictures show the layout change of a park between 1980 and now.
In 1980, there was a West-to-South main road in the park, and two gates were at the beginning and end of the road. Also, a small pond was located between main road and the west of the park, circled by three benches. To the south of the pond, there were beautiful flowers and another flower cluster was on the other side of the main road. Moreover, a bunch of trees were planted in the northeast of the park and the whole park was circled by square walls.
Now, the park has taken place some changes. At first, the main road is extended to north and east. Besides, some new picnic chairs and desks are built among the trees for people to enjoy the barbecue. Then, the flowers in the southwest are replaced by bush and the flower bed in the southeast is replaced by a playground. What is more, the whole park has become an open space as the wall and gates are all deconstructed. By the way, the small pond and benches are still at the same place.
Overall, the park now is an open public area for citizens to enjoy leisure activities.
Although people inindustrialised countries lead a high standard of living, it is undeniable that there are still 1.2 billion people living below the poverty line. In order to solve poverty-related problems, I feel that all kinds of help should be encouraged and respected.
Giving a helping hand to those who are in need in the local communityseems reasonable. It is because even in the richest countries, there are still a lot of people, such as disabled people andorphanages, suffering from famine and extreme poverty. For this reason, it is easy and convenient for us to help our fellow citizens, such as donating food or clothing to them, so that we can see the result of our actions immediately. By contrast, it is rather difficult to track expenditure of international aids, which might result in corruption in some cases.
Those who donate money to domestic and international charities believe that the collection of money has a tremendous effect on the poor countries compared with other forms of help. This is because few people are able to donate a large amount of money to construct schools, hospitals and roads in poor areas. Instead, governments and charities can achieve this. International aids can also purchasevaccines which are available in developed countries by using the money raised worldwide and save millions children’s life.
In my view, minor proportion of donated money and other sorts of help should be appreciated equally as long as the money reaches to those who need it desperately. The government could run campaign and encourage door-to door help. At the same time, charitable organisations should make every penny count for donors.