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2018年9月8日澳门正规博彩十大博彩写作预测

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摘要:一级重点为静柱、静饼、表格、组合图表 二级重点为动柱、线图、动饼 三级重点为流程图、地图 1.The table below shows the amount of waste production (in millions of tonnes) in six different countries over a twenty-year period. 注册送99元现金可提现: The chart compares the amounts of waste that were produced in six countries in the years 1980, 1990 and 2000. In each of these years, the US produced more waste than Ireland,

  一级重点为静柱、静饼、表格、组合图表
  二级重点为动柱、线图、动饼
  三级重点为流程图、地图

  1.The table below shows the amount of waste production (in millions of tonnes) in six different countries over a twenty-year period.


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  The chart compares the amounts of waste that were produced in six countries in the years 1980, 1990 and 2000.
  In each of these years, the US produced more waste than Ireland, Japan, Korea, Poland and Portugal combined. It is also noticeable that Korea was the only country that managed to reduce its waste output by the year 2000.
  Between 1980 and 2000, waste production in the US rose from 131 to 192 million tonnes, and rising trends were also seen in Japan, Poland and Portugal. Japan's waste output increased from 28 to 53 million tonnes, while Poland and Portugal saw waste totals increase from 4 to 6.6 and from 2 to 5 million tonnes respectively.
  The trends for Ireland and Korea were noticeably different from those described above. In Ireland, waste production increased more than eightfold, from only 0.6 million tonnes in 1980 to 5 million tonnes in 2000. Korea, by contrast, cut its waste output by 12 million tonnes between 1990 and 2000.

  2.The table below gives information on consumer spending on different items in five different countries in 2002. (percentage of national consumer expenditure by category-2002)


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  The table gives a breakdown of the consumer expenditure by different categories in five important European countries in the year 2002.
  32.14% of consumption in Turkey was related to the aspect of food, drinks and tobacco, which was the largest among these countries. The second largest percentage stood at 28.91% in Ireland. However, other figures were much less, with 18.8% in Spain, 16.36% in Italy and only 15.77% in Sweden.
  On the contrary, on the item of clothing and footwear, the proportion in Italy was the most outstanding, making up 9%. Three of these countries had similar figures: Turkey (6.63%), Spain (6.51%) and Ireland (6.43%), whereas the least percentage was in Sweden (only 5.4%)。
  By contrast, in leisure and education, the consumption in Turkey accounted for 4.35%, which almost doubled that in Ireland, with 2.21%. The proportions in Sweden and Italy were at similar level, consisting of 3.22% and 3.2% respectively, while the figure in Spain was the lowest, with only approximately 2%.
  Overall, we can clearly see that the proportion of food, drink and tobacco was the largest among these items of expenditure.

  3.The bar chart below shows the percentage of Australian men and women in different age groups who did regular physical activity in 2010.


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  Given is a bar chart comparing the proportion of males and females in Australia about the condition of the regular physical activities by different age groups in 2010. Generally, men were more active in physical practice than women only in their early age before 25.
  It is clear to see that the men with 15 to 24 years old held the biggest percent with 52.8% in physical activities, compared with 47.7% in the same age group of women. And men were less willingly after 25 years old, with 39.5% as the smallest proportion in the age of 35 to 44.
  Conversely, females showed great interest in physical exercise in their middle age, with the largest proportion of 53.5% between 45 and 54 years old. Females over 65 years old were not expected to take exercise as the younger groups, accounting for only 47.1%.
  Overall, females were more interested in physical exercise than males over all ages in 2010. The gaps of the proportion between males and females in regular physical exercise in middle age were much wider than other groups.

  4.The charts below show the percentage of water used for different purposes in six areas of the world.


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  These are pie charts indicating information about the percentage of water consumed for 3 different purposes in six regions throughout the world.
  As reflected in the data, agriculture constituted the largest 88% of total water in Central Asia, exceeding that of Africa by 4%. It is immediately followed by South East Asia and South America, where respectively 81% and 71% of water is allocated to agriculture. In contrast, water used either for industry or for households comprised a minority percentage of water among the 4 areas questioned, with water for domestic use in South America accounting for the largest figure at 19% and ranking the first for this purpose among all 6 regions. Besides, the smallest figure of water use among all purposes is recorded in industry in Central Asia, which consumes merely 5% of water in this area.
  The case is totally different in North America and Europe, where industry is the largest water consumer, and where water for this purpose approximates to a half of the total. Next comes agriculture, consuming 39% and 32% of water, and almost doubling that of family use. Also noteworthy is that among six areas, Europe distributes the largest 53% of its water resources to industry.
  Overall, agriculture is the predominant water consumer, while a reversed trend is almost true with domestic use.
  5.The graph below shows average carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions per person in the United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy and Portugal between 1967 and 2007.
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  The line graph describes the changes in average emissions of CO2 per person in four different countries from 1967-2007.


  In 1967, the largest emission was in the UK, with 11 metric tons per person. It was followed by Sweden and Italy (around 9 metric tons and 4.5 metric tons respectively)。 Portugal emitted the smallest amount of CO2 - lower than 2 metric tons.
  Clearly, the UK remained the country with the largest amount of CO2 emission over this period, although there was a decline to 9 metric tons in 2007. Sweden CO2 emission peaked at just above 10 metric tons in 1977 before decreasing swiftly to 5.5 metric tons in 2007.
  Italy and Sweden showed an opposite trend during the following years. The emission in Italy overtook that in Sweden in 1988. After that, it rose to just below 8 metric tons in 2007, while Portugal saw the most drastic rise, with its emission increasing to the same level of Sweden eventually.
  Overall, the graph clearly shows how the emission level in the UK and Sweden decreased and the CO2 emissions in the remaining two countries increased over the four decades.

  6.The pie charts show the proportion of the energy produced from different sources in a country between 1985 and 2003.


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  The pie charts present the change of the percentage of the energy produced from various sources in a particular country from 1985 to 2003.
  It is clear that oil was the most dominant sources from which the energy was produced throughout the whole period, although it dropped from 52% in 1985 to 39%. Likewise, nuclear also declined, but much less significantly to 17%, becoming the third primary source from which the energy was produced.
  The percentage of natural gas, on the other hand, witnessed the most noticeable increase during the period, rising from 13% in 1985 to 23% in 2003. Coal and other renewable resources, though whose increase was less marked, rising by 5% and 3% respectively.
  Interestingly, the proportion of the energy produced from the hydrogen remained stable in 1985 and 2003, making it the least used sources from which the energy was produced.

  7.The chart below shows the total number of minutes (In billions) of telephone calls In the UK, divided into three categories, from 1995-2002.


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  This chart shows the time spent by UK residents on different types of telephone calls between 1995 and 2002.
  Local fixed line calls were the highest throughout the period, rising form 72 billion minutes in 1995 to just under 90 billion in 1998. After peaking at 90 billion the following year, these calls had fallen back to the 1995 figure by 2002.
  Natural and international fixed line calls grew steadily from 38 billion to 61 billion at the end of the period in question, though the growth slowed over the last two years.
  There was a dramatic increase in mobile calls from 2 billion to 46 billion minutes. The rise was particularly noticeable between 1999 and 2002, during which time the use of mobile phones tripled.
  To sum up, although local fixed line calls were still the most popular in 2002, the gap between the three categories had narrowed considerably over the second half of the period in question.

  8.The illustrations below show how chocolate is produced.


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  The diagram shows the stages in the process of making chocolate.
  Chocolate comes from the cacao tree, which is grown in parts of South America, Africa and Indonesia. The tree produces large red pods which contain white cocoa beans. Firstly, when the pods are ripe, they are harvested, the beans are removed and they are fermented for several days in large wooden boxes. During the fermenting process, the beans turn brown.
  Next, the brown beans are?spread ?in the sun to dry. They are then put in large sacks and transported by train or lorry. After this, the beans are taken to a chocolate?fact ory where they are roasted in an oven at temperatures of between 250 and 350 degree Celsius.
  After being roasted, the beans are crushed and the outer shell is removed. This part is not needed for making chocolate. Finally, the inner part of the bean is pressed and liquid chocolate is produced.

  9.The maps below show the centre of a small town called Islip as it is now, and plans for its development.



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  Given are two maps comparing the center of Islip at present and in the future. Some new buildings are expected in the future.
  As the first map reveals, lslip town center now is relatively small. There is a main road from the west to the east with shops on both sides. The northern area is rarely countryside, while the southern area is filled with houses with a school at the end of the fork road in the southwest corner and a park in southeast.
  In the future, the main road is expected to reform into a dual carriageway as a round containing all the new buildings. The horizontal pedestrian is probably cutting the circle into two semi-circles in the north and south. Bus station, shopping center, car park and new housing are exposed to be built in a line, replacing the previous northern shops from west to east in the northern area. On the other side, to the south of the previous shops, housing area is expected to expend with new houses built, while the former park may suffer reduction.
  Interestingly, the school and houses out of the carriageway in the south may hardly albeit the great development.
  Overall, oil, natural gas and nuclear still constitute a larger proportion of all the sources, while other three sources, namely coal, hydrogen and other renewable, are less used when producing the energy.
  9月8日大作文预测
  一级重点:科技类、犯罪类、环境类、社会类
  二级重点:媒体类、教育类、政府类、全球化类
  三级重点:文化类、家庭类、交通类、旅行类
  四级重点:工作类、抽象类、健康类
  1.Developments of technology are causing environmental problems. Some people think the solution is for everyone to accept a simpler life, while others believe that technology can solve these problems. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
  2.Many people are afraid to leave their homes because of their fear of crimes. Some people believe that more actions should be taken to prevent crime, but others feel that little can be done. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
  3.A tendency of news reported in the media about problems and emergencies rather than positive developments is more harmful to the individual and to society. Do you agree or disagree?
  4.Children who find the subjects such as mathematics and philosophy difficult should not be made to study these. These subjects should be optional rather than compulsory. To what extent do you agree with the statement?
  5.As global trade increases, many goods, including some daily goods are exported to other countries, which includes long-distance during shipping. Do the benefits of trend outweigh the drawbacks?
  6.Scientists say that the human will speak the same language in the future. Do you think it is a positive or negative development on the society.
  7.People are living longer now than ever before. At the same time the young population is declining while the number of old people is rising. Will this development be a benefit for the society? What are the advantages and disadvantages of having more old people in the country?
  8.Do the advantages of private means of transportation such as cars and motorbikes outweigh the disadvantages, compared to public transport (trans, buses and taxis)?
  9.Some employers think that in the modern word academic qualifications for new employee are more important than experience and personal qualities. Is this a positive or a negative development?
  10.?Some people believe that public health should be improved by increasing the number of sports facilities, others believe that it has little effects and need other measures to improve it. Discuss both sides of the point and give your opinion.
  11.Someone thinks that it is a waste of time for an individual to plan for the future, and it is more important to focus on present. Do you agree or disagree?
  12.It is not necessary to travel to other places to learn about the other culture. We can learn as much as from books, films and internet. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
  13.Some people think a rise in standard of living in a country only seems to benefit cities more than rural areas. What problems may those differences cause? How to reduce this problem?
  14.Some people think that cultural traditions will be destroyed when they are used as money-making machines aimed at tourists, other people believe that it is the only way to save such conditions in the world today. Discuss both sides and give your own opinion.
  15.Some people think that instead of preventing climate change, we need to find a way to live with it. Do you agree or disagree?


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