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劍橋雅思8話題“meetings”是怎樣的?

劍橋雅思8話題“meetings”是怎樣的?

劍橋雅思8話題“meetings”簡介

1.

好运快三开户What are the different types of meeting that people often go to?

好运快三开户大家 常 參加 的 會議 有 內部 會議、 外界 交流會、 工作中 或 學術研究 研討會 等.

好运快三开户答案1:There are many different types of meetings that are categorized by contents of discussion or attendants or venue, etc. But people go to work meetings most often, where people meet to discuss their work and that often produce a product or intangible result such as a decision.

好运快三开户答案2:As far as I know, there are six types of meetings by function: problem- solving, decision- making, planning, feedforward (which is about status reporting or presenting new information), feedback, about reacting and evaluating, and finally combination meetings.

2.

Some people say that no- one likes to go to meetings — what do you think?

有很 多的人 討厭 參加 會議, 關鍵 是由于 一些 會議 的 時間 太長、 高效率 不高、 不可以 處理 具體難題. 可是 要是 與會人員 確立 會議 內容、 提升 會議 高效率, 匯報工作 也就 并不是 件 讓人 不舒服 的 事 了. 學生 可 依據 自身 了解 將 這種 內容 多方面 描述.

答案1: I can’ t agree more. Personally I never liked going to meetings. They are long, and boring, full of red- tapes. I always wonder when people would learn not to waste time. Some meetings I attended are not productive at all, or even counterproductive. I don’ t like meetings.

好运快三开户答案2:Please allow me to respectfully disagree. Though many people may not like to attend meetings, they’ re still important in business, work, study and life. First, people need communication and update of information. Second, exchange of ideas can produce creativity and innovation. Apparently, meetings can facilitate both.

3.

Why can it sometimes be important to go to meetings?

好运快三开户會議 自身 具備 至關重要 的 實際意義, 它是 不一樣 群體 集聚 在一起 交流 探討 的 關鍵 方法, 有利于 工作中學 習 的 進度 和 分配. 并且 各類 關鍵 通告、 管理決策 全是 在 會議上 開展 通告 和 決策 的, 這種 會議 全是 十分 關鍵 而且 必須 去 參加 的.

答案1: Meetings are important because no one can be a lone ranger in today’ s society. Everyone is linked to each other in some way. And since the discrepancy of information and knowledge among people is inevitable, it necessitates constant updates of information and exchange of ideas, all of which can be perfectly achieved through meetings.

好运快三开户答案2: Like I said before, meetings are important in many aspects of our life. People need communication and update of information and exchange of ideas is also necessary to produce creativity and innovation. Meetings can facilitate both of them. That’ s why it’ s important to go to meetings sometimes. 4. Why do you think world leaders often have meetings together?

4.

Why do you think world leaders often have meetings together?

好运快三开户世界各國 的 領導干部 大家 常常 集結 在一起 舉辦 會議 關鍵 是 以便 更強 的 交流 難題、 解決困難. 它是 國際性 事務管理 融洽 處理 的 關鍵 方式, 也是 世界各國 開展 對外開放 交流 的 關鍵 方式.

好运快三开户答案1:One of the major purposes for world leaders to meet together is to build mutual trust and strengthen bilateral relationship. Apparently, growing international trade has increasingly entailed more and more international frictions. But a good mutual relationship can help to ease it up.

好运快三开户答案2:Nowadays the world has becoming more globalized and countries closer than ever before. As a result, many international affairs can’ t be solved without collaborate efforts, which necessitates meetings at various levels, including that of world leaders.

5.

好运快三开户What possible difficulties might be involved in organizing meetings between world leaders?

全世界 的 領導者 們 全是 十分 忙碌 的 角色, 融洽 參會 工作人員 的 時間 一定 是 件 艱難 的 事. 另外 會議 地址、 議案 等 也 將是 會議 策劃者 必須 細心 考慮到 的 難題.

答案1:Indeed, it’ s difficult to organize a meeting at an international level especially when it concerns world leaders, who are not like any street boys. They are big shots with busy schedules and need high level of security, all of which have to be carefully considered. Plus a well- prepared agenda also is needed. Of course, no one wants to pay from the public purse for the world leaders to fly in and sit together just to chitchat.

答案2:Apart from the difficulties concerning time, security and agenda, language is another problem,since no one can guarantee the world leaders understand all that’ s being discussed without proper translation. Sometimes there may be some mistranslation, which is really bad because this may lead to misunderstanding between world leaders which in turn might bring about conflicts and frictions between different countries.

6.

好运快三开户Do you think that meetings between international leaders will become more frequent in the future? Or will there be less need for world leaders to meet?

將來 國際性 間的 交流 和 協作 會 愈來愈 密不可分, 全世界 領導者 中間 的 會議 交流 也會 愈來愈多, 只能 那樣 世界各國 中間 的 協作 才會 更 密不可分, 矛盾 與 爭議 才會 更強 的 解決.

好运快三开户答案1:I believe yes. I also believe international cooperation will become more common and meetings between international leaders more frequent, because this can help to establish mutual trust and reduce international conflicts and frictions.

答案2: I’ m not sure about this, since I’ m not an expert on international politics. But one thing I’ m sure about is that the world is becoming smaller and country closer, therefore things need to be done to avoid any possible conflicts, be it world meetings or whatever. I just wish to live in a world of peace.

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[02:45.32]MAN:Hello.
[02:45.99]I'm interested in renting a house somewhere in the town.
[02:48.98]WOMAN:Right.
[02:49.76]Could I have your name please?
[02:52.21]MAN:Yes, it's Steven Godfrey.
[02:53.93]WOMAN:And tell me how many bedrooms you're looking for.
[02:58.10]MAN:Well, we’d need four, because I'm going to share the house with three friends.
[03:02.97]WOMAN:Okay, there are several of that size on our books.
[03:06.76]They mostly belong to families who are working abroad at the moment.
[03:10.90]What about the location?
[03:11.88]MAN:It'd be nice to be central
[03:14.47]WOMAN:That might be difficult, as most houses of that size are in the suburbs.
[03:19.24]Still, there are a few.
[03:21.28]What's your upper limit for the rent?
[03:24.10]MAN:We’d like something around £500 a month, but we could go up to £600 if we have to.
[03:31.30]But we can't go beyond that.
[03:32.93]WOMAN:Do you know how long you want to rent the house for?
[03:36.68]The minimum let is six months, as you probably realise.
[03:39.77]MAN:We’re at college here for two years, and we don't want to have to move during that time if we can avoid it.
[03:45.78]WOMAN:Right.
[03:46.50]And how soon do you want to move in?
[03:49.25]All our lets start on the first of the month.
[03:51.76]MAN:Well, as soon as possible, really, so that means September 1st.
[03:56.11]WOMAN:Okay, let me have a look at what we've got…
[04:00.70]We have photographs of all the houses on our books, so you can get an idea of what they're like.
[04:05.16]There's this one in Oakington Avenue, at £550 a month.
[04:10.90]Combined living room and dining room, with a separate kitchen.
[04:14.36]It doesn't have a garage, though you can park in the road.
[04:18.10]MAN:Ah, we'd prefer to have one, if possible.
[04:21.17]WOMAN:Right.
[04:21.74]Then have a look at this house, in Mead Street.
[04:25.58]It’s got a very large living room and kitchen, bathroom, cloakroom...
[04:30.15]MAN:How much is it?
[04:31.11]WOMAN:That one's 580.
[04:33.51]It's very well furnished and equipped.
[04:36.00]It also has plenty of space for parking, and it's available for a minimum of a year.
[04:40.88]Oh, and there's a big garden.
[04:43.90]MAN:I don’t think we could cope with that, to be honest.
[04:46.20]We’ll be too busy to look after it.
[04:48.60]WOMAN:Okay.
[04:49.34]Then there's this older house in Hamilton Road: living room, kitchen-diner, and it has a study.
[04:56.27]550 a month.
[04:58.54]MAN:That looks rather nice.
[05:00.50]But whereabouts in Hamilton Road?
[05:02.49]WOMAN:Towards the western end.
[05:04.56]MAN:Oh, that'll be very noisy.
[05:06.68]I know the area.
[05:07.55]WOMAN:Yes, it's pretty lively.
[05:09.46]Some people like it, though.
[05:11.70]Well, what about this house in Devon Close?
[05:15.55]MAN:That looks lovely.
[05:17.24]WOMAN:There's a big demand for houses in that area, so prices tend to be quite high.
[05:21.48]But this one hasn't been decorated for a few years, which has kept the rent down a bit.
[05:25.93]It's got a living room, dining room and small kitchen, and it's 595 a month.
[05:32.52]I think it would suit you, from what you've said.
[05:35.42]MAN:It sounds fine.
[06:03.25]MAN:Why's that part of town so popular?
[06:05.14]WOMAN:Well, there's a big scheme to improve the district, and it'll soon have the best facilities for miles around.
[06:10.49]MAN:What sort of thing?
[06:11.66]WOMAN:There's a big sports centre under construction, which will be very impressive when it's finished.
[06:16.50]In fact the swimming pool’s already opened ahead of schedule, and it's attracting a lot of people.
[06:21.74]MAN:What about cinemas: are there any in the area?
[06:24.84]WOMAN:The only one closed down last year, and it's now in the process of being converted into a film museum.
[06:30.33]The local people are trying to get a new cinema added to the scheme.
[06:34.29]MAN:I think I heard something about a plan to replace the existing concert hall with a larger one.
[06:40.90]WOMAN:Ah, that's due to start next year.
[06:42.53]MAN:Well it sounds an interesting area to live in.
[06:45.67]Could I go and see the house, please?
[06:47.55]WOMAN:Yes, of course.

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