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2014-03-12 17:11| 来源:环球托福

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当托福口语TPO大量的出现之后,也就是我们可以仔细的研究这些题目之后,我们才能比较好的把握这个托福口语考试的脉络,但是这也仅仅是对于客观题。下面,环球托福搜素整理了关于托福口语TPO30的材料,供参考。环球托福愿与你分享!
 
 
 托福口语TPO30TASK3                            
                                
-    So, Jane, what do you think of Eric’s proposal?
-    I am all for it.
-    So you think it’s true? What he says about the problems with the way it’s been done?
-    Well, yeah. I do. Take his first reason. Like I know you don’t drive, but I do drive here everyday,
so I need a place to park my car. And remember last year when they decided to repair some of
the parking lots?
-    Oh,  yeah.  I  remember  that.  There  was  a  lot  of  work  going  on,  wasn’t  there?  Starting  in
December.
-    Right. At least four lots were closed. And that meant there weren’t enough parking spots for
students’ and professors’ cars. I usually had to circle around looking for parking on one of the
streets, and then walked from the street all the way to my classes.
-    That’s annoying.
-    Yeah. And it happened to a lot of other people in my classes too. People were always arriving
late because of all the trouble they had parking. Sometimes even my professors were late.
-    Yeah.
-    And also, his second point, that makes sense too. I mean, for instance, part of the reason those
parking lot repairs last year took so long was because of the big snowstorms. They had to keep
stopping, sometimes for a week or two at a time because of snow and ice on the ground.
-    Yeah, I remember that. We had a bunch of big snowstorms right in a row last year.
-    So with all the starting and stopping because of the weather, the job took them a lot longer to
finish.
 
  
 托福口语TPO30TASK4   
 
So here’s an example. My daughter had a friend over to our house recently and they decided to watch a movie together, only they got into an argument because they couldn’t agree on what movie to watch. My daughter started to get quite upset during the argument, which wasn’t like her at all.
 
 
But then my daughter stopped and thought about why she was so upset, she realized her reaction was  inappropriate  and  she  also  realized  she  wasn’t  really  upset  with  her  friend.  There  was something else bothering her. You see, she’d  just gotten a summer job as a camp counselor for children and she was feeling a lot of worry and stress about how well she would do since she’d never worked with children before. So she figured out that she wasn’t upset about what movie to watch with her friend, but about starting her new job. She really wanted it to go well. She wanted the  kids  to  like her. And  when  she  understood  this, she  stopped  arguing  with  her  friend  and apologized to her.
 
 
She told her friend how anxious she felt about starting the job and how sorry she was about getting upset with her. And her friend encouraged her saying she’d do great at the job, so my daughter felt better. And they relaxed and had fun together, the same as always.

 托福口语TPO30TASK5   

-    Hey. Julie, what’s up?
-    Oh, hi,  George, I am just waiting for my friend  Amy. We are supposed  to drive into town
together to see a film at one of the movie theaters there.
-    Sounds great.
-    Yeah. Our professor for film class wants us to go see it. It is a film by one of the directors we are
studying and we’ll be discussing the film next week in class.
-    Cool. Yeah.
-    But I am the one with the car and we were supposed to leave like fifteen minutes ago. And Amy
hasn’t showed up. She is really late. If we don’t leave in like the next few minutes, we are going
to miss the beginning of the movie.
-    Have you tried calling her?
-    Yeah. I’ve called her several times and left voice mails. And she hasn’t responded to any of my
messages. So anyway, I don’t know what I should do.
-    Well, I know Amy is your friend and everything, but if you need to see the film and you have
already been waiting fifteen minutes for her, I mean, maybe you should just go by yourself.
-    You mean, just leave now without her? Yeah, I guess she could see it another time. They are
showing the film again tomorrow, so Amy could still go see it then. But I’ll be busy tomorrow, so
I need to go today.
-    Yeah, so maybe you could just leave Amy a voice mail saying that you had to leave without her.
-    That’s true. But… I don’t know. Maybe I should just wait ten more minutes and go late to the
film. She might be on her way over here right now. She did mention that she had a lot of other
things to do first before she met me. And besides, Amy is often late for stuff.
-    But if you wait another ten minutes for her, you’ll miss the beginning of the movie, right?
-    Yup!


 托福口语TPO30TASK6 

When we humans walk from place to place, we move on the Earth’s surface, across the Earth’s surface. Many animals of course, do the same thing, horses and dogs and cows and so on, all move on the surface, across the surface of the Earth.
 
 
But  there  are  also  quite  a  few  animals  that  have  the  ability  to  move  from  place  to  place underground, beneath the Earth’s surface. This moving around underground is known as subsurface locomotion. Subsurface locomotion has a number of benefits.
 
 
One  benefit of subsurface locomotion  is that it  enables animals  to minimize their exposure to extreme temperatures. This is very helpful for animals that live areas with harsh climates, where it could be very dangerous to spend large amounts of time on the surface. For example, in the Sahara

desert in Africa, there’s a type of lizard that’s able to move beneath the surface, through the sand very quickly. Because this lizard can move so easily and so quickly underground, it doesn’t have to travel on the surface, where it would be exposed to dangerously high temperatures.
 
 
Another benefit of subsurface locomotion is that it can help animals capture prey. That’s because animals on the surface can’t see predators that are approaching underground. Our lizard in the Sahara desert is again a good example. The way it works is, when an insect is walking nearby on the surface, it produces very subtle vibrations in the sand. When the lizard senses these vibrations, it moves very quickly underground where it can’t be seen towards the source of the vibrations. It then suddenly pops up right under the insect and catches it completely by surprise.
 
 
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