TOEFL iBT 100

Welcome to TOEFL iBT 100 forum !
 
Trang ChínhCalendarTrợ giúpTìm kiếmThành viênNhómĐăng kýĐăng Nhập

Share | 
 

 presenting and argument

Xem chủ đề cũ hơn Xem chủ đề mới hơn Go down 
Tác giảThông điệp
thuhientran88



Tổng số bài gửi : 23
Join date : 27/09/2009

Bài gửiTiêu đề: presenting and argument   Wed Sep 30, 2009 11:33 pm

Read the text below, in which somebody is trying to decide whether to go straight to university from school, or spend a year travelling around the world. Put their argument into the correct order, using the key words and expressions in italics to help you. The first one and last one have been done for you.
A. (1) I’m really in two minds about what to do when I leave school. Should I go straight to university or should I spend a year travelling around the world?
B. It is often said that knowledge is the key to power, and I cannot disagree with this.
C. On the other hand, I would experience lots of different cultures.
D. Unfortunately, another point is that if I spent a year travelling I would need a lot of money.
E. And I am not alone in this opinion. Many consider a sound career and a good salary to be an important goal.
F. However, it could be argued that I would also meet lots of interesting people while I was travelling.
G. Secondly, if I go straight to the university, I’ll learn so many things that will help me in my future life.
H. First of all, there are so many benefits of going straight to university.
I. But I believe that it would be easy to make a bit while I was travelling, giving English lessons or working in hotels and shops.
J. Moreover, I’ll be able to take part in the social activities that the university offers, and meet lots of new friends who share the same interests.
K. The most important point is that the sooner I get my qualifications, the quicker I’ll get a job and start earning.
L. Nevertheless, these inconveniences would be an inevitable part of travelling and would be greatly outweighed by the other advantages.
M. In my opinion, starting work and making money is one of the most important things in life.
N. On the other hand, I could end up suffering from culture shock, homesickness and some strange tropical diseases.
O. Furthermore, if I spend a year travelling, I would learn more about the world.
P. (16) All right, I’ve made my mind up. Now, where’s my nearest travel agency?
Về Đầu Trang Go down
Xem lý lịch thành viên
thuhientran88



Tổng số bài gửi : 23
Join date : 27/09/2009

Bài gửiTiêu đề: Re: presenting and argument   Fri Oct 02, 2009 12:53 pm

Hic, no one do this exercise? It is interesting!
Về Đầu Trang Go down
Xem lý lịch thành viên
nguyenducphuong



Tổng số bài gửi : 20
Join date : 13/08/2009

Bài gửiTiêu đề: Re: presenting and argument   Fri Oct 02, 2009 2:07 pm

Hi, this is my answer. The question is really challenging ^^

1A 2h 3b 4g 5k 6m 7e 8j 9f 10o 11c 12d 13i 14l 15n 16p

I’m really in two minds about what to do when I leave school. Should I go straight to university or should I spend a year traveling around the world? First of all, there so many benefits of going straight to university. It is often said that knowledge is the key to power, and I can not disagree with this. Secondly, if I go straight to the university, I’ll learn so many things that will be help me in my future life. The most important point is that the sooner I get my qualifications, the quicker I’ll get a job and start earning. In my opinion, starting work and making money is one of the most important things in life. And I am not alone with this opinion. Many consider a sound career and a good salary to be an important goal. Moreover, I’ll be able to take part in the social activities that the university offers, and meet lots of new friends who share the same interest.

However, it could be argued that I would also meet lots of interesting people while I was traveling. Furthermore, if I spend a year traveling, I would learn more about the world. On the other hand, I would experience lots of different cultures. Unfortunately, another point is that if I spent a year traveling I would need a lot of money. But I believe that it would be easy to make a bit while I was traveling, giving English lessons or working in hotels and shops. Nevertheless, these inconveniences would be an inevitable part of traveling and would be greatly outweighed by the other advantages. On the other hand, I could end up suffering from culture shock, homesickness and some strange tropical diseases. All right, I’ve made my mind up. Now where’s my nearest travel agency?
Về Đầu Trang Go down
Xem lý lịch thành viên
thuhientran88



Tổng số bài gửi : 23
Join date : 27/09/2009

Bài gửiTiêu đề: Re: presenting and argument   Fri Oct 02, 2009 4:19 pm

this is the key

1B 2G 3K 4M 5E 6G 7B 8J 9F 10O 11C 12N 13L 14D 15I 16P

I’m really in two minds about what to do when I leave school. Should I go straight to university or should I spend a year travelling around the world? First of all, there are so many benefits of going straight to university. The most important point is that the sooner I get my qualifications, the quicker I’ll get a job and start earning. In my opinion, starting work and making money is one of the most important things in life. And I am not alone in this opinion. Many consider a sound career and a good salary to be an important goal. Secondly, if I go straight to the university, I’ll learn so many things that will help me in my future life. It is often said that knowledge is the key to power, and I cannot disagree with this. Moreover, I’ll be able to take part in the social activities that the university offers, and meet lots of new friends who share the same interests. However, it could be argued that I would also meet lots of interesting people while I was travelling. Furthermore, if I spend a year travelling, I would learn more about the world. On the other hand, I would experience lots of different cultures. On the other hand, I could end up suffering from culture shock, homesickness and some strange tropical diseases. Nevertheless, these inconveniences would be an inevitable part of travelling and would be greatly outweighed by the other advantages. Unfortunately, another point is that if I spent a year travelling I would need a lot of money. But I believe that it would be easy to make a bit while I was travelling, giving English lessons or working in hotels and shops. All right, I’ve made my mind up. Now, where’s my nearest travel agency?
Về Đầu Trang Go down
Xem lý lịch thành viên
thuhientran88



Tổng số bài gửi : 23
Join date : 27/09/2009

Bài gửiTiêu đề: Re: presenting and argument   Fri Oct 02, 2009 4:25 pm

Very Happy, I was in mess with this exercise
Về Đầu Trang Go down
Xem lý lịch thành viên
Sponsored content




Bài gửiTiêu đề: Re: presenting and argument   

Về Đầu Trang Go down
 
presenting and argument
Xem chủ đề cũ hơn Xem chủ đề mới hơn Về Đầu Trang 
Trang 1 trong tổng số 1 trang

Permissions in this forum:Bạn không có quyền trả lời bài viết
TOEFL iBT 100 :: Vocabularies-
Chuyển đến