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2020年1月4日托福阅读考试预测

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  2020年的第一场考试马上就要到来了,同学们对于这次考试准备得怎么样呢?现在做一套测试题看看自己的水平吧!下面就和出国留学网的小编来看看2020年1月4日托福阅读考试预测。

  The principal difference between urban growth in Europe and in the North American colonies was the slow evolution of cities in the former and their rapid growth in the latter. In Europe they grew over a period of centuries from town economies to their present urban structure. In North America, they started as wilderness communities and developed to mature urbanism in little more than a century.

  In the early colonial days in North America, small cities sprang up along theAtlantic Coastline,mostly in what are now New England and Middle Atlantic states in the United States and in the lower Saint Lawrence valley in Canada. This was natural because these areas were nearest to England and France, particularly England, from which most capital goods (assets such as equipment) and many consumer goods were imported. Merchandising establishments were,accordingly, advantageously located in port cities from which goods could be readily distributed to interior settlements. Here, too, were the favored locations for processing raw materials prior to export. Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Montreal, and other cities flourished, and, as the colonies grew, these cities increased in importance.

  This was less true in the colonial South, where life centered around large farms, known as plantations, rather than around towns, as was the case in the areas further north along the Atlanti...

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2019年12月21日托福阅读考试预测

托福考试 阅读考试 托福阅读预测

  马上就要进行2019年的最后一次托福考试了,同学们对于这次考试准备得怎么样呢?现在做一套测试题看看自己的水平吧!下面就和出国留学网的小编来看看2019年12月21日托福阅读考试预测。

  The principal difference between urban growth in Europe and in the North American colonies was the slow evolution of cities in the former and their rapid growth in the latter. In Europe they grew over a period of centuries from town economies to their present urban structure. In North America, they started as wilderness communities and developed to mature urbanism in little more than a century.

  In the early colonial days in North America, small cities sprang up along theAtlantic Coastline,mostly in what are now New England and Middle Atlantic states in the United States and in the lower Saint Lawrence valley in Canada. This was natural because these areas were nearest to England and France, particularly England, from which most capital goods (assets such as equipment) and many consumer goods were imported. Merchandising establishments were,accordingly, advantageously located in port cities from which goods could be readily distributed to interior settlements. Here, too, were the favored locations for processing raw materials prior to export. Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Montreal, and other cities flourished, and, as the colonies grew, these cities increased in importance.

  This was less true in the colonial South, where life centered around large farms, known as plantations, rather than around towns, as was the case in the areas further north along the At...

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2019年12月14日托福阅读考试预测

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  选择出国留学的同学们肯定是要考托福或者雅思的,那么托福一般的题型是怎么样的大家都知道吗,下面和出国留学网小编一起来看看2019年12月14日托福阅读考试预测。

  真题来源:2015-8-22CN The Upper Paleolithic Revolution

  P1: The Old Stone Age is the earliest period of human development and the longest phase of mankind’s history. It was not till around 30 thousand years ago (or 30 “kya") that the archaeological record reveals the emergence of technical and social advances, which comprised new technologies, hunting techniques, human burials, and an artistic tradition of astonishing competency. This dramatic change was known as the Upper Paleolithic Revolution. It had been traditionally argued that the Upper Paleolithic Revolution was an archaeological phenomenon exclusive to Eurasia. The absence of equivalent evidence in other regions suggested that a fundamental change had occurred in human intellectual development around 40 kya in Europe. However, the recent discovery in the Blombos Cave in South Africa of a block of decorated ochre and then sets of shell beads, dated to around 77 kya, opened up the debate. This supports other evidence of more versatile stone implements and bone tools found in Africa from the same period. Now the Upper Paleolithic Revolution is regarded as the most noticeable evidence for the evolution of modern human behavior.

  •P2: Two further questions follow. First, what was happening t...

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2019年12月7日托福阅读考试预测

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  托福考试就要来了,很多人会搜集网络的预测机经做做,那么有哪些好的机经预测呢?想必是不少出国人士比较关心的问题。和出国留学网一起来看看2019年12月7日托福阅读考试预测。

  Passage One

  学科分类:History

  题目:The collapse ofCopan

  本文共3。第1段讲了Mayan的Copan 衰落的第一个原因可能是the king derived from commerce第2段讲trade 的兴衰对于Copan 衰落的影响。第3段讲到干旱 the drought 可能也是使其衰落的原因之一

  词汇题:

  1. abrupt= sudden

  2. derived= obtained

  3. core=center

  4. presumed=supposed

  Passage Two

  学科分类:古生物学

  题目:Sauropods sk...

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2019年12月1日托福阅读考试预测

托福考试 阅读考试 托福阅读预测

  最新的托福考试,相信报名那天考试的很多同学心里都有一些紧张。不知道对于自己有没有把握呢,下面和出国留学网小编一起来看看2019年12月1日托福阅读考试预测。

  (1)文化艺术类

  1. The Origins of Writing

  2. Live Performance

  3. The Origins of Theater

  4. The Development of Printing

  (2)地质类

  1. Early Theories of Continental Drift

  2. Attempts at Determining Earth’s Age

  3. How Soil is Formed

  4. Earth’s Energy Cycle

  5. Thermal Stratification

  (3)环境类

  1. The Climate of Japan

  2. The Role of the Ocean in Controlling Climate

  (4)经济类

  1. Effects of the Commercial Revolution

  2. Seventeenth-Century European Economic Growth

  (5)考古类

  1. Environmental Impact of the Anasazi

  2. The Collapse of the Mays

  3. The C...

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2019年11月9日托福阅读考试预测

托福考试 阅读考试 托福阅读预测

  托福考试就要来了,很多人会搜集网络的预测机经做做,那么有哪些好的机经预测呢?想必是不少出国人士比较关心的问题。和出国留学网一起来看看2019年11月9日托福阅读考试预测。

  Passage One

  学科分类:History

  题目:The collapse ofCopan

  本文共3。第1段讲了Mayan的Copan 衰落的第一个原因可能是the king derived from commerce第2段讲trade 的兴衰对于Copan 衰落的影响。第3段讲到干旱 the drought 可能也是使其衰落的原因之一

  词汇题:

  1. abrupt= sudden

  2. derived= obtained

  3. core=center

  4. presumed=supposed

  Passage Two

  学科分类:古生物学

  题目:Sauropods skeletal innovation

  本文共4段。第1段引出人们印象中大部分sauropods 是前肢短小,可以直立的。 第2段讲到不是所有的S都是直立的,一部分前肢和后肢差不多长,而且前后肢离身体中心比较开的一般不是直立的。第3段讲到他们的骨头之前是密度大而且很重的,但是在进化中变得中空。第3段讲到虽然骨头中空,但是如何不会变得week

  词汇题:

  1. stance= posture

  2. intimately =closely

  3. hollow=empty

  Passage Three

  学科分类:生物学

  题目: Why Paleozoic Insects were so large

  本文共4段。第1段提出Paleozoic 之前大气含氧量不是很大;第2段讲到Paleozoic 含氧量大大提升,因此 insects 可以吸收更多氧气,所以变得更大。第3段讲到air got denser 所以更多insects可以飞;第4段讲到为什么insects没有变得像飞机一样大,因为都有limit

  词汇题:

  1. attribute to= associate with

  2. critical= essential

  3. allowed for= made possible

  4. successive=following

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2019年11月2日托福阅读考试预测

托福考试 阅读考试 托福阅读预测

  为了帮助考生解托福考试的疑问,出国留学网托福栏目小编整理了相关的资料,希望可以帮助考生度过考试的难关,下面是小编搜集的2019年11月2日托福阅读考试预测。

  经济类

  Effects of the Commercial Revolution

  Seventeenth-Century European Economic Growth

  考古类

  Environmental Impact of the Anasazi

  The Collapse of the Mays

  The Chaco Phenomenon

  科学类

  The Birth of Photography

  Early American Printing Industry

  农业类

  Agricultural Society in Eighteenth- Century British

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2019年10月26日托福阅读考试预测

托福考试 阅读考试 托福阅读预测

  托福的考试眼看就要来临,很多考生会找一些预测题目做一做,预测题目怎么样呢?想必是不少出国人士感兴趣的话题,和出国留学网托福栏目一起来了解2019年10月26日托福阅读考试预测,欢迎阅读。

  Title:Live Performance

  Unlike video and cinema (although sometimes employing elements of both), the theater is a living, real-time event, with both performers and audience mutually interacting, each aware of the other's immediate presence. This turns out to be an extremely important distinction. Distinguished film stars, particularly those with theater backgrounds (as most have), routinely return to the live dramatic stagedespite the substantially greater financial rewards of film workand invariably prefer stage acting because of the immediate audience response theater provides, with its corresponding sensations of excitement and presence.

  The first of these is the rapport existing between actor and audience. Both are breathing the same air; both are involvedat the same time and in the same spacewith the stage life depicted by the play. Sometimes their mutual fascination is almost palpable; every actor's performance is affected by the way the audience yields or withholds its responses: its laughter, sighs, applause, gasps, silences. Live theatrical performance is always a two-way communication between stage and house.

  Second, theater creates a relationship among the audience members. Having arrived at the theaters as individuals or in groups of two or three, the audience members quickly find themselves fused into a common experience with total str...

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2019年10月19日托福阅读考试预测

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  想要考托福的同学看过来了,10月份的最新一次的托福考试也很快就要来了,那么和出国留学网小编一起来看看2019年10月19日托福阅读考试预测。

  P1: The Old Stone Age is the earliest period of human development and the longest phase of mankind’s history. It was not till around 30 thousand years ago (or 30 “kya") that the archaeological record reveals the emergence of technical and social advances, which comprised new technologies, hunting techniques, human burials, and an artistic tradition of astonishing competency. This dramatic change was known as the Upper Paleolithic Revolution. It had been traditionally argued that the Upper Paleolithic Revolution was an archaeological phenomenon exclusive to Eurasia. The absence of equivalent evidence in other regions suggested that a fundamental change had occurred in human intellectual development around 40 kya in Europe. However, the recent discovery in the Blombos Cave in South Africa of a block of decorated ochre and then sets of shell beads, dated to around 77 kya, opened up the debate. This supports other evidence of more versatile stone implements and bone tools found in Africa from the same period. Now the Upper Paleolithic Revolution is regarded as the most noticeable evidence for the evolution of modern human behavior.

  •P2: Two further questions follow. First, what was happening to the human cognitive process during the 40,000 years or so from innovative usage of stone in the Blombos Cave to...

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2019年10月12日托福阅读考试预测

托福考试 阅读考试 托福阅读预测

  2019年10月12日的托福考试只有半个月了,同学们感觉对于这一次的托福考试有没有把握呢?在这个最后的冲刺阶段,同学们就和出国留学网来看看2019年10月12日托福阅读考试预测。

  PASSAGE 1

  By the mid-nineteenth century, the term icebox had entered the American language, but icewas still only beginning to affect the diet of ordinary citizens in the United States. The ice tradegrew with the growth of cities. Ice was used in hotels, taverns, and hospitals, and by someforward-looking city dealers in fresh meat, fresh fish, and butter. After the Civil War (1861-1865),as ice was used to refrigerate freight cars, it also came into household use. Even before 1880, halfthe ice sold in New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, and one-third of that sold in Boston andChicago, went to families for their own use. This had become possible because a new householdconvenience, the icebox, a precursor of the modern refrigerator, had been invented.

  Making an efficient icebox was not as easy as we might now suppose. In the early nineteenthcentury, the knowledge of the physics of heat, which was essential to a science of refrigeration,was rudimentary. The commonsense notion that the best icebox was one that prevented the icefrom melting was of course mistaken, for it was the melting of the ice that performed the rtheless, early efforts to economize ice included wrapping the ice in blankets, which kept theice from doing its job....

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