2015年6月英语六级答案(汇总)

好奇心

“I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.”

破题思路:

第一段:解释引言含义,引出文章话题,说明好奇心的重要性。

第二段:结合具体例子说明好奇心的重要性。

第三段:得出自己的结论。(或说明未来自己的做法。)

“I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious。” This is the opinion of Einstein who was clearly intelligent, but not outlandishly more so than his peers. Now a growing number of people share his opinion.

It is acknowledged that curiosity is vitally important if we cherish the hope of improving ourselves. The influence and contribution of curiosity are significant. First, curiosity can motivate us. The representative example was Edison, who was a famous inventor in the world. But what made him invent so many things? It was curiosity that made him acquire great achievements in his career. Second, curiosity plays an important role to keep going. I believe that more or less we demand continuance to master something or learn something.

In conclusion, as college students, we should keep curiosity from now on since it is indispensable in our daily life.

 

知识与实践

For this part,you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay onthe saying “Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it.”

第一段:对引言进行解释说明,强调练习比知识更加的重要。

第二段:分析其原因。(此处可结合例子)

第三段:得出自己的结论。

范文:王菲老师提供

“Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it。” Theproverb means that although knowledge is more important thanpractice.,only when you start to practise can you performeverything well.

There is no doubt that everyone wants to be successful. But haveyou thought about why those people can succeed; have you noticedtheir sweat behind the screen? The truth is, being successful isnot an easy task and There is no shortcut for you to copy, what weneed to do is to apply our knowledge to practice. A case in pointis Michael Jordan, a super basketball player in the eyes of mostpeople. Many people say that he has a gift for basketball, butactually, he had been eliminated by his high school basketball teamand lost hundreds of games and as well as thousands of shootsduring his career. His success lies in his continuous practice inthe court.

From what is said above we can safely draw a conclusion thatknowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it. As long aswe acquire knowledge, as long as we start to practice what we havelearned over and over again, our progress can be definitelyexpected.