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10月13日托福机经考前神助攻篇

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10月13日托福机经考前神助攻篇如下 考试菌来送10月13日的托福机经预测啦,供大家考前参考,并快速进入考试状态。 以下题目仅供大家参考,考试菌还要提醒各位同学,切勿满目迷信,提升实力、稳定发挥,考出自己的最好水平才是王道! 口语预测 TASK 1 1. Childr
10月13日托福机经考前神助攻篇如下

考试菌来送10月13日的托福机经预测啦,供大家考前参考,并快速进入考试状态。

以下题目仅供大家参考,考试菌还要提醒各位同学,切勿满目迷信,提升实力、稳定发挥,考出自己的最好水平才是王道!

口语预测

TASK 1

1. Children need to learn to cooperate and get along with others when they grow up. Please give examples of how adults can help them acquire those skills 2017/10/14

2. College students should be allowed to keep pets in their dormitories. What do you think? Please include specific reasons and details in your explanation. 2016/01/09

3. Describe a change in your school that was initially considered by students as having negative effects on their life but later was proved to be positive. 2016/09/24

4. One of your friends wants to transfer from Business College to a college of music. What kind suggests would you give? 2015/05/30

5. please describe your favorite way to reward yourself when you achieve something 2015/10/01

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阅读预测

The origins of Plant and Animal Domestication

The emergence of plant and animal domestication represented a monumental change in the ways that humans interacted with Earth’s resources: the rate at which Earth’s surface was modified and the rates of human population growth. The development of agriculture was accompanied by fundamental changes in the organization on human society: disparities in wealth, hierarchies of power, and urbanization.

Phrases like “plant and animal domestication” and “the invention of agriculture” create the impression that humans made the transition to cultivating plants and tending animals rather abruptly, maybe with a flash of insight. Most scholars don’t think so. It seems more likely that humans used and manipulated wild plants and animals for many hundreds of thousands of years. The transition to gardens, fields, and pastures was probably gradual, the natural outgrowth of a long familiarity with the environmental requirements, growth cycles, and reproductive mechanisms of whatever plants and animals humans liked to eat, ride, or wear.

For years, scholars argued that the practices of cultivation and animal

domestication were invented in one or two locations on Earth and then diffused from those centers of innovation. Genetic studies are now showing that many different groups of people in many different places around the globe learned independently to create especially useful plants and animals through selective breeding. Probably both independent invention and diffusion played a role in agricultural innovation. Sometimes the ideas of domestication and cultivation were relayed to new places. In other cases the farmers or herders themselves moved into new zones, taking agriculture or improvements such as new tools or new methods or new plants and animals with them.

Scholars used to assume that people turned to cultivating instead of gathering their food either because they had to in order to feed burgeoning populations, or because agriculture provided such obviously better nutrition. It now seems that neither of these explanations is valid. First of all, the risk attached to exploring new food sources when there were already too many mouths to feed would be too great. Second, agriculture did not necessarily improve nutrition or supplies of food. A varied diet based on gathered (and occasionally hunted) food probably provided a wider, more secure range of nutrients than an early agriculturally based diet of only one or two cultivated crops. More likely, populations expanded after agricultural successes, and not before.


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