1.Booking date: 14th September （原文先说的是21st September，后来说被预定满了，然后男士给出了另一个选项，提到了previous week，后面提到了 14th September）
3.地点:next to school （原文中替换成了near）
4.Visitorsshould bring their own towels
5.doesn’t have a garage(garage 有两个不同的发音）
6.living room leads to a deck
7.see the great view of theriver
8.the speaker recommend Chinese restaurant.
10.need to pay the rest of the money in the final day of July (原文说的是last day in July)
11/12. Which two class do the students need to bring their own materials?
B.water color painting
D.Interior design introduction
13/14.Which two courses last more than one term?
A.solve problems of internet design
E.practical gardening design
(A中提到了 two terms B 中提到了continue）
选择 suitable for children and adults，原文中说的是适合whole family to enjoy
选择minimum age required，原文中说的是people over over 60years old
选择 special price， 原文中说的是you may have half the price
选择 new site，原文中说的是change to a different place
选择regional competition，原文中说的是have your own team, and compete, you may have awards
选择a celebrity，原文中说的是famous sports player将会来教学
细节内容：（研究fire ants 的起源，生存环境特征，巢穴以及对生态的作用以及影响 ）
31.Live in environment except for desert and ice cold areas（考察desert的拼写，以及并列关系）
32.often found under rocks （题目中的under替换成了below，在剑桥真题中多次考察该替换）
33.First found in B(一个地点） near the port(题目中near换成了 not far from）
34.Carried out in soil in farming equipment
35.it could prevent people from reaching water(原文中，把reaching 替换成了access，在这里做动词，意为获得）
36.reduce the use of sports facilities.
37.it would harm electrical equipment.(题目中把harm替换成了damage）
38.accompanied by special well-trained dogs
39.a camera attach to a helicopter(题目中的attach 替换成了原文中的 fixed on 安装）
40…..and bait mixed with corn
可参考真题：剑桥13——TEST2 Passage1Bringing cinnamon to Europe
可参考真题：剑桥13——TEST3 Passage3Whatever happened to the Harappan Civilisation?
可参考真题：剑桥9——TEST4 Passage2Young children’s sense of identity
1. decline of civilization文明的衰落
2. climate change天气变化
1. achievable-realistic-attainable 实际的；接地气的
2. alter-shift-change-channel-switch 改变；转变
3. product-wares 产品
4. mimic-simulate-imitate 模仿
5. likely-possible-proposed 有可能性的
6. assessment-judge-evaluation 评估评价
7. link-relate-associate-match 联系；匹配
8. create-establish-find-build up 建立
9. imagine-conceive 想象
Some people think governments should ban dangerous sports. Others, however, say people have the freedom to make their own decisions. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
Write at least 250 words.
禁止：1. 影响其他人；2. 受伤 – 个人和社会都损失；3. 公共资源浪费；
自由选择：1. 个人权利被侵犯；2. 多数人可以保护自己；3.禁令传递错误理念（政府来负责个人安全）；4.经济受影响。
We are thrilled when watching dangerous sports shows like motor racing, boxing, rugby and many other stunts, such as seemingly elegant sports event, gymnastics, which is very dangerous, too. Although I am certainly concerned about the safety of those sports heroes, I think it is irrational to protect them by depriving them of their participation.
The arguments for prohibition are grounded on the fundamental belief that we are not only individuals, but a part of the whole society and what we do can influence the others around. To be specific, high exposure to dangerous activities means there is a high possibility for participants to get injured. Once any injury occurs, even if not a fatal one, the participants themselves may lose the ability to work, therefore making no contribution to their community. Other than that, they would have to consume the public medical resources, which may be interpreted unfair to the other taxpayers who are committed their duty routinely.
However, banning a sports event means a denial of personal rights of choice. We own our body and therefore we have every right to decide how to do with it, including doing dangerous physical activities. In addition, adults are mature enough to make reasonable judgment and take protective measures to ensure their life safety and this maturity deserves full respect. However, prohibition would send a wrong message that it is the government instead of the involved person who should be responsible for the health and safety of individuals. Another loss of forbidding perilous sports would be the economic one. Some high risk sports have developed into industries of millions of dollars, and eliminating them would cause huge economic losses.
To conclude, I think there is no need for the government to intervene in sports including hazardous ones. Instead, it should set up professional and amateur standards of access, enforcing specialized training and protection outfits so as to reduce the chance of accidents.