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    6月英语四级考试真题试卷及答案
    2018年6月英语四级考试真题试卷
    Part I Writing (30 minutes)
    Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short
essay on theimportance of writing ability and how to develop it. You should
write at least 120 wordsbut no more than 180 words.
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    Part II Listening Comprehension (25 minutes)
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    Section A
    Directions: In this section, you will hear three news reports. At the end
of each newsreport, you will hear two or three questions. Both the news report
and the questions willbe spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must
choose the best answer fromthe four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Then mark
the corresponding letter onAnswer Sheet 1 with a single line through the
centre.
    Questions 1 and 2 are based on the news report you have just heard.
    1. A) Annoyed.
    B) Scared.
    C) Confused.
    D) Offended.
    2. A) It crawled over the woman's hands.
    B) It wound up on the steering wheel.
    C) It was killed by the police on the spot.
    D) It was covered with large scales.
    Questions 3 and 4 are based on the news report you have just heard.
    3. A) A study of the fast-food service.
    B) Fast food customer satisfaction.
    C) McDonald's new business strategies.
    D) Competition in the fast-food industry.
    4. A) Customers' higher demands.
    B) The inefficiency of employees.
    C) Increased variety of products.
    D) The rising number of customers.
    Questions 5 to 7 are based on the news report you have just heard.
    5. A) International treaties regarding space travel programs.
    B) Legal issues involved in commercial space exploration.
    C) U.S. government's approval of private space missions.
    D) Competition among public and private space companies.
    6. A) Deliver scientific equipment to the moon.
    B) Approve a new mission to travel into outer space.
    C) Work with federal agencies on space programs.
    D) Launch a manned spacecraft to Mars.
    7. A) It is significant.
    B) It is promising.
    C) It is unpredictable.
    D) It is unprofitable.
    Section B
    Directions: In this section, you will hear two long conversations. At the
end of eachconversation, you will hear four questions. Both the conversation and
the questionswill be spoken only once. After you hear a question, you must
choose the best answerfrom the four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Then mark
the corresponding letter onAnswer Sheet 1 with a single line through the
centre.
    Questions 8 to 11 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
    8. A) Visiting her family in Thailand.
    B) Showing friends around Phuket.
    C) Swimming around a Thai island.
    D) Lying in the sun on a Thai beach.
    9. A) She visited a Thai orphanage.
    B) She met a Thai girl's parents.
    C) She learned some Thai words.
    D) She sunbathed on a Thai beach.
    10. A) His class will start in a minute.
    B) He has got an incoming phone call.
    C) Someone is knocking at his door.
    D) His phone is running out of power.
    11. A) He is interested in Thai artworks.
    B) He is going to open a souvenir shop.
    C) He collects things from different countries.
    D) He wants to know more about Thai culture.
    Questions 12 to 15 are based on the conversation you have just heard.
    12. A) Buying some fitness equipment for the new gym.
    B) Opening a gym and becoming personal trainers.
    C) Signing up for a weight-loss course.
    D) Trying out a new gym in town.
    13. A) Professional personal training.
    B) Free exercise for the first week.
    C) A discount for a half-year membership.
    D) Additional benefits for young couples.
    14. A) The safety of weight-lifting.
    B) The high membership fee.
    C) The renewal of his membership.
    D) The operation of fitness equipment.
    15. A) She wants her invitation renewed.
    B) She used to do 200 sit-ups every day.
    C) She knows the basics of weight-lifting.
    D) She used to be the gym's personal trainer.
    Section C
    Directions: In this section, you will hear three passages. At the end of
each passage, you will hear three or four questions. Both the passage and the
questions will be spokenonly once. After you hear a question, you must choose
the best answer from the fourchoices marked A), B), C) and D). Then mark the
corresponding letter on Answer Sheet 1 with a single line through the
centre.
    Questions 16 to 18 are based on the passage you have just heard.
    16. A) They tend to be nervous during interviews.
    B) They often apply for a number of positions.
    C) They worry about the results of their applications.
    D) They search extensively for employers' information.
    17. A) Get better organized.
    B) Edit their references.
    C) Find better-paid jobs.
    D) Analyze the searching process.
    18. A) Provide their data in detail.
    B) Personalize each application.
    C) Make use of better search engines.
    D) Apply for more promising positions.
    Questions 19 to 21 are based on the passage you have just heard.
    19. A) If kids did not like school, real learning would not take place.
    B) If not forced to go to school, kids would be out in the streets.
    C) If schools stayed the way they are, parents were sure to protest.
    D) If teaching failed to improve, kids would stay away from school.
    20. A) Allow them to play interesting games in class.
    B) Try to stir up their interest in lab experiments.
    C) Let them stay home and learn from their parents.
    D) Design activities they now enjoy doing on holidays.
    21. A) Allow kids to learn at their own pace.
    B) Encourage kids to learn from each other.
    C) Organize kids into various interest groups.
    D) Take kids out of school to learn at first hand.
    Questions 22 to 25 are based on the passage you have just heard.
    22. A) It is especially popular in Florida and Alaska.
    B) It is a major social activity among the young.
    C) It is seen almost anywhere and on any occasion.
    D) It is even more expressive than the written word.
    23. A) It is located in a big city in Iowa.
    B) It is really marvelous to look at.
    C) It offers free dance classes to seniors.
    D) It offers people a chance to socialize.
    24. A) Their state of mind improved.
    B) They became better dancers.
    C) They enjoyed better health.
    D) Their relationship strengthened.
    25. A) It is fun.
    B) It is life.
    C) It is exhausting.
    D) It is rhythmical.
    Part Ⅲ Reading Comprehension (40 minutes)
    Section A
    Directions: In this section, there is a passagewith ten blanks. You are
required to select one word for each blank from a list of choicesgiven in a word
bank following the passage. Read the passage through carefully beforemaking your
choices. Each choice in the bank is identified by a letter. Please mark
thecorresponding letter for each item on Answer Sheet 2 with a single line
through thecentre. You may not use any of the words in the bank more than
once.
    Since the 1940s, southern California has had a reputation for smog. Things
are not asbad as they once were but, according to the American Lung Association,
Los Angeles isstill the worst city in the United States for levels of 26 .
Gazing down on the city from theGetty Center, an art museum in the Santa Monica
Mountains, one would find the view ofthe Pacific Ocean blurred by the haze (霾).
Nor is the state's bad air 27 to its south. Fresno, in the central valley, comes
top of the list in America for year-round pollution. Residents' hearts and lungs
are affected as a 28 . All of which, combined withCalifornia's reputation as the
home of technological 29 , makes the place ideal fordeveloping and testing
systems designed to monitor pollution in 30 . And that is justwhat Aclima, a new
firm in San Francisco, has been doing over the past few months. Ithas been
trying out monitoring stations that are 31 to yield minute-to-minute maps of32
air pollution. Such stations will also be able to keep an eye on what is
happeninginside buildings, including offices.
    To this end, Aclima has been 33 with Google's Street View system. Davida
Herzl, Aclima'sboss, says they have revealed pollution highs on days when San
Francisco's transitworkers went on strike and the city's 34 were forced to use
their cars. Conversely, "cycleto work" days have done their job by 35 pollution
lows.
    A) assisted B) collaborating C) consequence D) consumers E) creating F)
detail G) domestic H) frequently I) inhabitants J) innovation K) intended L)
outdoor M) pollutants N) restricted O) sum
    Section B
    Directions: In this section, you are going to read a passage with ten
statementsattached to it. Each statement contains information given in one of
the paragraphs. Identify the paragraph from which the information is derived.
You may choose aparagraph more than once. Each paragraph is marked with a
letter. Answer the questionsby marking the corresponding letter on Answer Sheet
2.
    As Tourists Crowd Out Locals, Venice Faces 'Endangered' List
    A) On a recent fall morning, a large crowd blocked the steps at one of
Venice's maintourist sites, the Rialto Bridge. The Rialto Bridge is one of the
four bridges spanning theGrand Canal. It is the oldest bridge across the canal,
and was the dividing line betweenthe districts of San Marco and San Polo. But on
this day, there was a twist: it was filledwith Venetians, not tourists.
    B) "People are cheering and holding their carts in the air," says Giovanni
Giorgio, whohelped organize the march with a grass-roots organization called
Generazione '90. Thecarts he refers to are small shopping carts—the symbol of a
true Venetian. "It started asa joke," he says with a laugh. "The idea was to put
blades on the wheels! You know? LikeBen Hur. Precisely like that, you just go
around and run people down."
    C) Venice is one of the hottest tourist destinations in the world. But
that's a problem. Upto 90,000 tourists crowd its streets and canals every
day—far outnumbering the 55,000 permanent residents. The tourist increase is one
key reason the city's population isdown from 175,000 in the 1950s. The
outnumbered Venetians have been steadilyfleeing. And those who stick around are
tired of living in a place where they can't evenget to the market without
swimming through a sea of picture-snapping tourists. Imagine, navigating through
50,000 people while on the way to school or to work.
    D) Laura Chigi, a grandmother at the march, says the local and national
governmentshave failed to do anything about the crowds for decades, because
they're only interestedin tourism—the primary industry in Venice, worth more
than $3 billion in 2015. "Veniceis a cash cow," she says, "and everyone wants a
piece."
    E) Just beyond St. Mark's Square, a cruise ship passes, one of hundreds
every year thatappear over their medieval (中世纪的) surroundings. Their massive
wake creates wavesat the bottom of the sea, weakening the foundations of the
centuries-old buildingsthemselves. "Every time I see a cruise ship, I feel sad,"
Chigi says. "You see the mud itdrags; the destruction it leaves in its wake?
That hurts the ancient wooden polesholding up the city underwater. One day we'll
see Venice break down."
    F) For a time, UNESCO, the cultural wing of the United Nations, seemed to
agree. Twoyears ago, it put Italy on notice, saying the government was not
protecting Venice. UNESCO considers the entire city a World Heritage Site, a
great honor that meansVenice, at the cultural level, belongs to all of the
world's people. In 2014, UNESCO gaveItaly two years to manage Venice's
flourishing tourism or the city would be placed onanother list—World Heritage In
Danger, joining such sites as Aleppo and Palmyra, destroyed by the war in
Syria.
    G) Venice's deadline passed with barely a murmur (嘟哝) this summer, just as
UNESCOwas meeting in Istanbul. Only one representative, Jad Tabet from Lebanon,
tried toraise the issue. "For several years, the situation of heritage in Venice
has beenworsening, and it has now reached a dramatic situation," Tabet told
UNESCO. "We haveto act quickly—there is not a moment to waste."
    H) But UNESCO didn't even hold a vote. "It's been postponed until 2017,"
says AnnaSomers, the founder and CEO of The Art Newspaper and the former head of
Venice inPeril, a group devoted to restoring Venetian art. She says the main
reason the U.N. cultural organization didn't vote to declare Venice a World
Heritage Site In Danger isbecause UNESCO has become "intensely politicized.
There would have been some back-room negotiations."
    I) Italy boasts more UNESCO World Heritage Sites than any other country in
the world, granting it considerable power and influence within the organization.
The former headof the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, which oversees heritage
sites, is FrancescoBandarin, a Venetian who now serves as UNESCO's assistant
director-general forculture.
    J) Earlier this year, Italy signed an accord with UNESCO to establish a
task force ofpolice art detectives and archaeologists (考古学家) to protect cultural
heritage fromnatural disasters and terror groups, such as ISIS. The accord
underlined Italy's globalreputation as a good steward of art and culture.
    K) But adding Venice to the UNESCO endangered list—which is dominated by
sites indeveloping and conflict-ridden countries—would be an international
embarrassment, and could even hurt Italy's profitable tourism industry. The
Italian Culture Ministry saysit is unaware of any government efforts to pressure
UNESCO. As for the organizationitself, it declined a request for an
interview.
    L) The city's current mayor, Luigi Brugnaro, has ridiculed UNESCO and told
it to mind itsown business, while continuing to support the cruise ship
industry, which employs 5,000 Venice residents.
    M) As for Venetians, they're beyond frustrated and hoping for a solution
soon. "It's anightmare for me. Some situations are really difficult with
tourists around," says Giorgioas he navigates around a swelling crowd at the
Rialto Bridge. "There are just so many ofthem. They never know where they are
going, and do not walk in an orderly manner. Navigating the streets can be
exhausting."
    N) Then it hits him: This crowd isn't made up of tourists. They're
Venetians. Giorgio sayshe's never experienced the Rialto Bridge this way in all
his 22 years. "For once, we arethe ones who are blocking the traffic," he says
delightedly. "It feels unreal. It feels likewe're some form of endangered
species. It's just nice. The feeling is just pure." But, heworries, if tourism
isn't managed and his fellow locals continue to move to the mainland, his
generation might be the last who can call themselves native Venetians.
    36. The passing cruise ships will undermine the foundations of the ancient
buildings inVenice.
    37. The Italian government has just reached an agreement with UNESCO to
takemeasures to protect its cultural heritage.
    38. The heritage situation in Venice has been deteriorating in the past few
years.
    39. The decrease in the number of permanent residents in Venice is mainly
due to theincrease of tourists.
    40. If tourism gets out of control, native Venetians may desert the city
altogether oneday.
    41. UNESCO urged the Italian government to undertake its responsibility to
protectVenice.
    42. The participants in the Venetian march used shopping carts to show they
were 100% local residents.
    43. Ignoring UNESCO's warning, the mayor of Venice maintains his support of
the city'stourism industry.
    44. One woman says that for decades the Italian government and local
authorities haveonly focused on the revenues from tourism.
    45. UNESCO has not yet decided to put Venice on the list of World Heritage
Sites InDanger.
    Section C
    Directions: There are 2 passages in this section. Each passage is followed
by somequestions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four
choices marked A), B), C) and D). You should decide on the best choice and mark
the corresponding letter onAnswer Sheet 2 with a single line through the
centre.
    Passage One
    Questions 46 and 50 are based on the following passage.
    Living in an urban area with green spaces has a long-lasting positive
impact onpeople's mental well-being, a study has suggested. UK researchers found
moving to agreen space had a sustained positive effect, unlike pay rises or
promotions, which onlyprovided a short-term boost. Co-author Mathew White, from
the University of Exeter, UK, explained that the study showed people living in
greener urban areas weredisplaying fewer signs of depression or anxiety. "There
could be a number of reasons," he said, "for example, people do many things to
make themselves happier: they strivefor promotion or pay rises, or they get
married. But the trouble with those things is thatwithin six months to a year,
people are back to their original baseline levels of well-being. So, these
things are not sustainable; they don't make us happy in the long term. We found
that for some lottery (彩票) winners who had won more than £500,000 thepositive
effect was definitely there, but after six months to a year, they were back to
thebaseline."
    Dr. White said his team wanted to see whether living in greener urban areas
had alasting positive effect on people's sense of well-being or whether the
effect alsodisappeared after a period of time. To do this, the team used data
from the BritishHousehold Panel Survey compiled by the University of Essex.
    Explaining what the data revealed, he said: "What you see is that even
after three years, mental health is still better, which is unlike many other
things that we think will make ushappy." He observed that people living in green
spaces were less stressed, and lessstressed people made more sensible decisions
and communicated better.
    With a growing body of evidence establishing a link between urban green
spaces and apositive impact on human well-being, Dr. White said, "There's
growing interest amongpublic policy officials, but the trouble is who funds it.
What we really need at a policylevel is to decide where the money will come from
to help support good quality localgreen spaces."
    46. According to one study, what do green spaces do to people?
    A) Improve their work efficiency.
    B) Add to their sustained happiness.
    C) Help them build a positive attitude towards life.
    D) Lessen their concerns about material well-being.
    47. What does Dr. White say people usually do to make themselves
happier?
    A) Earn more money.
    B) Settle in an urban area.
    C) Gain fame and popularity.
    D) Live in a green environment.
    48. What does Dr. White try to find out about living in a greener urban
area?
    A) How it affects different people.
    B) How strong its positive effect is.
    C) How long its positive effect lasts.
    D) How it benefits people physically.
    49. What did Dr. White's research reveal about people living in a green
environment?
    A) Their stress was more apparent than real.
    B) Their decisions required less deliberation.
    C) Their memories were greatly strengthened.
    D) Their communication with others improved.
    50. According to Dr. White, what should the government do to build more
green spacesin cities?
    A) Find financial support.
    B) Improve urban planning.
    C) Involve local residents in the effort.
    D) Raise public awareness of the issue.
    Passage Two
    Questions 51 to 55 are based on the following passage.
    You probably know about the Titanic, but it was actually just one of three
state-of-the-art(先进的) ocean ships back in the day. The Olympic class ships were
built by the Harland& Wolff ship makers in Northern Ireland for the White
Star Line company. TheOlympic class included the Olympic, the Britannic and the
Titanic. What you may notknow is that the Titanic wasn't even the flagship of
this class. All in all, the Olympic classships were marvels of sea engineering,
but they seemed cursed to suffer disastrousfates.
    The Olympic launched first in 1910, followed by the Titanic in 1911, and
lastly theBritannic in 1914. The ships had nine decks, and White Star Line
decided to focus onmaking them the most luxurious ships on the water.
    Stretching 269.13 meters, the Olympic class ships were wonders of naval
technology, and everyone thought that they would continue to be so for quite
some time. However, all suffered terrible accidents on the open seas. The
Olympic got wrecked before theTitanic did, but it was the only one to survive
and maintain a successful career of 24 years. The Titanic was the first to sink
after famously hitting a huge iceberg in 1912. Following this disaster, the
Britannic hit a naval mine in 1916 and subsequently sank aswell.
    Each ship was coal-powered by several boilers constantly kept running by
exhaustedcrews below deck. Most recognizable of the ship designs are the ship's
smoke stacks, but the fourth stack was actually just artistic in nature and
served no functionalpurpose. While two of these ships sank, they were all
designed with double hulls (船体) believed to make them "unsinkable", perhaps a
mistaken idea that led to the Titanic'sand the Britannic's tragic end.
    The Olympic suffered two crashes with other ships and went on to serve as a
hospitalship and troop transport in World War I. Eventually, she was taken out
of service in1935, ending the era of the luxurious Olympic class ocean
liners.
    51. What does the passage say about the three Olympic class ships?
    A) They performed marvellously on the sea.
    B) They could all break the ice in their way.
    C) They all experienced terrible misfortunes.
    D) They were models of modern engineering.
    52. What did White Star Line have in mind when it purchased the three
ships?
    A) Their capacity of sailing across all waters.
    B) The utmost comfort passengers could enjoy.
    C) Their ability to survive disasters of any kind.
    D) The long voyages they were able to undertake.
    53. What is said about the fourth stack of the ships?
    A) It was a mere piece of decoration.
    B) It was the work of a famous artist.
    C) It was designed to let out extra smoke.
    D) It was easily identifiable from afar.
    54. What might have led to the tragic end of the Titanic and the
Britannic?
    A) Their unscientific designs.
    B) Their captains' misjudgment.
    C) The assumption that they were built with the latest technology.
    D) The belief that they could never sink with a double-layer body.
    55. What happened to the ship Olympic in the end?
    A) She was used to carry troops.
    B) She was sunk in World War I.
    C) She was converted into a hospital ship.
    D) She was retired after her naval service.
    Part IV Translation (30 minutes)
    Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to translate a
passage from Chineseinto English. You should write your answer onAnswer Sheet
2.
    公交车曾是中国人出行的主要交通工具。近年来,由于私家车数量不断增多,城市的交通问题越来越严重。许多城市为了鼓励更多人乘坐公交车出行,一直在努力改善公交车的服务质量。车辆的设施不断更新,车速也有了显著提高。然而,公交车的票价却依然相当低廉。现在,在大多数城市,许多当地老年市民都可以免费乘坐公交车。
    2018年6月四级部分真题参考答案(完整版)
    Part Ⅰ Writing
    The Importance of Writing Ability and Howto Develop It
    As the most productive and communicative way to express ourselves, writing
isattached great importance in all ages. Whether we want to improve our writing
skills as acreative writer or simply perfect our skills for schoolwork, we can
take some steps tolearn how to be a better writer.
    Firstly, in order to make our writing creative and imaginative,
brainstorming is one ofthe key elements to build up a unique topic. Don't
hesitate to take down all the ideasthat come into our mind. Secondly, a good
development of our writing is based on a clearstructure or paragraph
organization. Even a simple outline will help us see the bigpicture and save us
hours of rewriting. Finally, diversity of vocabulary and grammarused in writing
is highly recommended for the reason that one of the most commonmanifestations
of bad writing is overuse or reuse of simple language.
    To sum up, we should take practice and expand our knowledge to become a
greatwriter. With enough hard work and scientific techniques, we will amaze not
onlyourselves but also anybody else.
    Part Ⅱ Listening Comprehension
    1. B) Scared.
    2. D) It was covered with large scales.
    3. A) A study of the fast-food service.
    4. C) Increased variety of products.
    5. C) U.S. government's approval of private space missions.
    6. A) Deliver scientific equipment to the moon.
    7. B) It is promising.
    8. D) Lying in the sun on a Thai beach.
    9. A) She visited a Thai orphanage.
    10. D) His phone is running out of power.
    11. C) He collects things from different countries.
    12. D) Trying out a new gym in town.
    13. C) A discount for a half-year membership.
    14. A) The safety of weight-lifting.
    15. C) She knows the basics of weight-lifting.
    16. B) They often apply for a number of positions.
    17. A) Get better organized.
    18. B) Personalize each application.
    19. B) If not forced to go to school, kids would be out in the streets.
    20. D) Design activities they now enjoy doing on holidays.
    21. D) Take kids out of school to learn at first hand.
    22. C) It is seen almost anywhere and on any occasion.
    23. D) It offers people a chance to socialize.
    24. A) Their state of mind improved.
    25. B) It is life.
    Part III Reading Comprehension
    26-35: MNCJF KLBIE
    36-45: EJGCN FBLDH
    46-55: BACDA CBADD
    Part IV Translation
    Buses used to be the main means of transportation for the Chinese people.
In recentyears, with the number of private cars increasing, cities have been
facing increasinglysevere traffic problems. To encourage more people to travel
by bus, many cities havebeen making efforts to improve bus services. Bus
facilities have been continuouslyrenovated, and bus speed has also increased
dramatically. However, bus fares are stillcheap. Now, in most cities, many local
elderly citizens can take a bus for free.
    如何备考英语四级
       一、背单词,打基础(1-3月)
    词汇是英文的基础,备战四级,背单词是基本,积累了一定的词汇量,临战上场才更胸有成竹。我们可以先花3个月时间积累词汇,现在就可以买一本四级词汇书,制定一份计划,每天坚持背一定的单词,系统、集中地复习。
    二、分项练习,各个击破(4月)
    经过3个月的单词背诵,我们已经积累了足够的词汇量,个人的心态也调整到了备考状态。4月份,我们要针对四级考试的4大题型:听力、作文、阅读、翻译进行集中训练。这时候可以多做一些章节练习、模拟卷,分项强化。
    听力:作为考试中的个模块,听力做的好坏大体决定了你整套试卷的成败,所以一定要高度重视。后一个月的关键期,大家要明确一点,要想提高听力,不在于听的多,而在于听的精。要做到对常考对话熟练于胸!练习一篇听力要练到能听出来所有的词汇为止,只有这样才能提高考场上的反应能力,真正听明白词义和句义。每天花1个小时来听听力,听力素材可以选择VOA及历年四级真题听力。刚开始可以从VOA的慢速英语听起,先听一段时间,进而慢慢过渡到常速英语。
    阅读:阅读理解是我们准备的重中之重,相信大家之前也已经做过了不少套题,所以在考前需要把你做过的阅读中出错的部分再重新复习一下,看是词汇语法上的问题,还是解题思路上的问题,把这些出错点谨记于胸,以防考场上再出错。掌握足够的词汇量,学会分析重难点句子的句式结构和逻辑,一篇文章可以泛读、精读过两遍,习惯西方人的思维方式,掌握出题规律。
    翻译:很多同学不是太重视四级的翻译,认为即使提前准备也不会有太大提高,其实不然。四六级的翻译也是可以快速提分的,因为其考察内容有很多重复的地方,比如:词汇,句式结构,文章题材。去年12月的四级就考察了:中餐,中国结,茶文化等中国传统文化的相关内容,很多词语是相通的;同一句式结构会反复考察,比如not
only...but
also...。所以说提前准备是可以复习到常考词汇和句式的,也可以在短期内获得提高。当然最重要的是平时多积累词汇、语法知识,多读多写多做积累,培养英文的敏感性。
    作文:作文是一定要背的,大家必须积累一些常见的词汇短语,背诵一些好用的句型搭配,这样才能在考场上顺畅的表达出作文内容。另外还要注意作文的形式,段落要清晰,分层要明确,方便阅卷老师快速抓住作文的主题和段落的主题。最后切记:卷面整洁!
    三、真题训练(5月)
    在完成分项练习、模拟卷后需要专门练习近10年或是5年的真题,模拟考场的紧张氛围,计时考试。
    因为真题囊括了历年考试考过的内容,权威性和规范性非常高。练习历年真题,能帮助考生透析考试重点、掌握命题规律!
    四、查漏补缺(6月)
    离考试只有10多天,此时我们需要对自己掌握的知识点进行查漏补缺,总结以前做过的真题、练习题、模拟题中遇到的错题,检测自己的薄弱环节,进行重点突击。