第 1 套独立口语：
Some people prefer to spend their extra money on obiects such as clothes or
electronics. Other people prefer to spend it on experiences, like vacations or
concerts. Which do you prefer and why?
第 1 套独立写作：
Some people believe that the media (for example, television, radio,
newspaper, or Internet news sources) nowadays are less concerned with
presenting accurate facts than they were in the past; these people argue
that the media today often present incorrect information about news
stories and this causes problems for the public. Do you agree with this
view? Why or why not? Use specific reasons and examples to support
第 2 套独立口语：
Some people believe that a country's government should give money to support
arts institutions like museums or theaters. Others feel that it should not be the role
of governments to do this. Which opinion do you agree with? Explain why?
第 2 套独立写作：
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: The way a person dresses
shows a good indication of his or her personality and character.
第 3 套独立口语：
Some people believe that doing homework is not helpful for younger children and
that it should be given only to older students. Others believe that homework should
be assigned to children of all ages. Which point of view do you agree with? Use
details and examples to explain your opinion.
第 3 套独立写作：
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: For success in school or
work, having the ability to adapt or adjust to changing conditions or circumstances
is more important than having excellent knowledge of a job or a field of study.
第 4 套独立口语：
Imagine that you need to find housing next semester and have found two possible
apartments. The first apartment is within walking distance to campus, but the rent
is a little expensive. The second apartment is farther away from campus. but the
rent is more affordable. Which apartment do you think is better? Explain why.
第 4 套独立写作：
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: students who keep their
rooms neat and organized will be more likely to succeed than students who do not.