1.Describe a room you use for study. You should say: how big the room is what it looks like how much time you spend in this room and explain whether you like it or not and why.
【正确答案】 My study shares the same room with my bedroom and I spend most of my time in it whenever I'm home. It's a 20m2 room that has been painted blue. I like the colour because every time I walk in the room, I feel refreshed and tranquil. The room has two doors, two windows, one attached bathroom and a north-facing veranda. The bed is placed beside the bay window and a study desk right next to it. Among my other possessions, I've also got a wardrobe, two bookshelves, and a dressing table. One bookshelf is filled with novels and story books, and the other one with academic books. I've arranged the story books based on authors and the academic books based on subjects. I often read novels and story books on my bed and read serious academic books on my study desk because I need to stay focused. On my study desk, there're notepads, diaries, a computer and other necessary things. Although I haven't got plenty of luxurious furniture in my study room, I love it so much and I always keep things organised and clean. I feel cosier at my study than in any other rooms in my house. It gives me comfort in terms of quietness. Sometimes I sit on the veranda, light a table light and read books there at night. Sometimes, I just sit there to have a good view of the faraway mountain in the afternoon. There're several other rooms in my house but my study is the most soothing one to me.
2.Describe a park/garden that you visited in your childhood. You should say: where the park/garden was when or how often you went there who you went with and what you did there and explain why you still remember this place.
【正确答案】 I grew up in a suburban area and there were a great many fields and gardens. But among those places, my primary sc ……此处隐藏7597个字……ur family members, the farmers and workers who work for my uncles live there as well. This, in my opinion, is the most beautiful village I've ever been to. This place seems like a painting drawn by a famous painter. The sunlight is sparkling on the lake where miniature boats are propelled by a cold breeze. The tips of the weeping willows brush the water and the gleaming ripples cut the lake's surface. It's also a tranquil and less polluted area because there're not many residents. So I do like this village. However, there're indeed few things about this village that I don't like. For example, its educational resources and medical resources are very poor and primitive. That's something that bothers me a lot.