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1. What’s your name?
2. Does your name have any special meaning?
3. Where were you come from?
4. What kind of landscape surrounds your hometown?
5. What is the main crop in your hometown?
6. What is the difference between Beijing and your hometown?
7. What are the main places of interest in your hometown?
8. What is the climate like in your hometown?
9. What is the character of the people like in the region where you live?
10. What are the differences in accent between the people of your hometown and Beijing?
11. What is people’s favorite food in your region?
12. How do you make dumplings?
13. What do you do during the Spring Festival?
14. Why is the Spring Festival so important to Chinese people?
15. Can you describe one of the main festivals celebrated in your country?
16. Tell me something about the Lantern Festival.
17. Tell me something about the Qing Ming Festival.
18. Tell me something about the customs of your country.
19. How long have you lived in Beijing?
20. What is the weather like in Beijing?
21. How do you compare the climate in Beijing with that in your hometown?
22. What place in Beijing do you like best? Why ?
23. Which is the worst place you"ve been to China?
24. Which is the best place you"ve been to China?
25. What places in Beijing should a foreigner visit? Why?
26. What are the major social problems in Beijing? How can they be solved?
27. What is the biggest problem China faces?
28. What places in Beijing should a foreigner visit? Why?
29. Could you tell me something about your family?
30. Have you any children?
31. What is your child’s name? Does his name have a meaning?
32. What does your wife/husband do?
33. When did you get married?
34. Describe your wedding.
35. How have weddings changed in recent years?
36. Are there any special customs about wedding in your region?
37. Describe a traditional wedding ceremony.
38. Where did you go for your honeymoon?
39. Did you have to ask for permission from your parents before you got married?
40. Is it acceptable for couples to live together without marrying?
41. Where do you think a newly couple should live? Living with their parents or on their own?
42. What responsibilities should a couple take?
43. How do Chinese usually celebrate birthdays?
44. Are there any traditions concerning the birth of a baby?
45. What kind of parent do you intend to be?
46. What do you think of One-Child Policy in China?
47. Why do people in China traditionally want to have a son?
48. What difficulties do Chinese farmers have concerning their old age?
49. What do you think needs to be done in order to relieve the farmer"s worries?
50. What hope or fears do you have for your children?
51. What sort of culture do you hope your child will grow up in?
52. Are you going to bring up your child differently from the way you were brought up? How?
53. Do you enjoy shopping?
54. Who does most of the shopping in your family?
55. What are you good at cooking? What is your favorite dish?
56. Who does most of cooking in your family?
57. Is there *** discrimination in China?
58. How do you sum up women"s conditions in China?
59. What are the causes of *** discrimination?
60. Should government pay certain salaries to those housewives? Why or why not?
61. Would you want your wife to continue with her career or to stay at home taking care of the household after you get married?
62. Have you ever wished to be one of the opposite ***? Why (why not)?
63. What would you do if your next-door neighbour were noisy nearly all the time?
64. Do you have a lot of friend?
65. What does friendship mean to you? What kind of people do you make friend with?
66. What is your major?
67. How do you like your major?
68. When and where did you graduate? What qualifications have you obtained?
69. Do you still remember your school days?
70. What impressed you most when you were at university?
71. Which is the best university in your country?
72. Could you sum up your own study habits in a few points?
73. What do you think of the practice of setting up key schools in primary and secondary school education in China?
74. Do you think the subjects you are studying today are relevant to present-day society? Why ?
75. What do you think education should be? Should it be a process of learning what is useful for your future life or should it be simply learning for enjoyment? Why?
76. What do you do for a living?
77. What do you do in the office every day?
78. Since your job seems too professional to me, could you explain it in detail?
79. What are your job prospects?
80. If you had the opportunity to change your job, what would you do with it?
81. Do you have any ambitious?
82. Will any possible future changes affect your job in any way?
83. What are your spare time interests?
84. How do you spend your weekends?
85. What is your favorite sport? What are the rules?
86. What is the most popular sport in your country?
87. What are the sporting facilities like in your university/Beijing?
88. What do you know about Qigong? Do you believe in Qigong?
89. What do you do in your spare time?
90. Do you often read newspapers? If not, why ones do you read?
91. What do you think of computer?
92. Do you think computer has changed our life so much?
93. Do you often go to the cinema/theatre?
94. What kind of films do you like best?
95. Do you often watch TV? What is your favorite program?
96. Do you think watching TV too much is a waste of time?
97. What kind of music do you enjoy?
98. Who is your favorite film star? Will you describe him/her to me?
99. Do you enjoy travelling?
100. Where have you been travelling to? Which place interested you most?
101. Do you smoking?
102. Do you think smoking is a problem that needs special attention and has to be solved? If so, why?
103. What do you know about ABC?
104. What problem do you think you will have in ABC?
105. How will you overcome the difficulties?
106. Do you think you will be able to cope with English-demands of your intended study program in ABC?
107. What difficulties do you think you’ll encounter in your studies in ABC?
108. Can you imagine what life in Britain/Canada/Australia/London, etc. would be like?
109. How will you fare in Britain/Canada/Australia, etc. without your family?
110. What do you intend to study?
111. Which university are you going to study at?
112. Why did you choose this university?
113. Where are you going to study in ABC?
114. What are you plans in ABC?
115. What is your research proposal all about?
116. What do you hope for most from your study abroad?
117. Will your study abroad help your job prospects after come back to China?
118. Should you study more theory or do more practice? Give your reasons, please.
119. What kind of differences in the cultures are you expecting between China and the ABC?
120. How will your study in Britain benefit your work in China when you come back to China?
121. What do you intend to do after you finish studying?
122. What will be your main problem when you are study in a foreign country?
123. What problem can you foresee in the future when you come back to China?
124. Will there be any adjustment problems in your life when you come back to China? If so, what are they?
125. Will you have to make any changes in your work/life when you come back to China?
126. Do you think there will be a gap between your knowledge gained in China and the level of knowledge you are going to encounter on arrival? If so, what will it be?
127. What do you think of the future of China keeps an open policy?
128. What do you regard as the most significant events in your country’s recent history?
129. Are there any special places you want to see in Canada? What are they?
130. What do you especially want to do in Canada?
131. How do you like your life in ABC University?
132. What do you think of the training in the university?
133. In what way do you think university training is helpful or falls short?
134. What aspect of English do you find the most difficult?
135. Do you find American English easier to understand than Britain English?
136. What sports are played in your country?
137. Could you describe the traditional architecture of your country?
138. What role dose religion play in everyday life in your country?
139. What would you regard as the most significant events in your country"s recent history?
140. How aware do you think people are nowadays about environmental issues?
141. Could you tell me why you chose to study at the university of ABC?
142. What role dose tourism play in your country"s economy?
143. How serious is unemployment in your country?
144. In your opinion, what are the most serious problems associated with modern life?
145. What do you think have been the most important changes in your field over the past 5 years?
146. What are you going to major in ?
147. Are you going to do your own cooking when you are at university?
148. Some local students feel that overseas students get preferential treatment. What is your opinion?
149. Do you think you will be able to cope with the English-language demands of your intended program?
150. What do you think are the main causes of road accidents?
151. Do you think the government is doing enough to prevent road accidents?
152. As there are more and more private cars, what do you think the government should do in order to encourage citizens to use public transport?
153. How do you see yourself in ten years’ time?
154. Have you ever thought to have your own business?
155. What business do you hope to have?
156. Do you know about any policies about opening a business abroad?
157. What are your plans for your future?
158. Why do you think there are more and more people leaving to immigrate to other countries?
159. Is it good for China that so many people are going to other countries?
160. Will your life change a lot after you immigrate to ABC?
161. What will you do if you are ill abroad?
162. Do you know what to do in case of emergency?
163. What will do if you cannot find a job in ABC?
164. Why do you want to immigrate to ABC?
165. What will you do after the IELTS test?
166. What will do if you fail the IELTS test?
167. What’s your dream job?
168. How long have you been learning English?
169. What troubles you most at the moment?
170. Does your family support your decision on going ABC? What help do they offer?
以下是来自 TIOBE 的 2007 年度语言总结。Python 荣获 "2007年度最佳语言" 称号。
Python 荣获 "年度最佳程序设计语言" 称号。虽然评分差距不大，但是最后 Python 还是以 2.04% 的评分年增长率夺得头筹。与 C# 等语言不同，似乎没有什么显而易见的原因导致 Python 能获得如此巨大的进步。12月份， Python 有史以来第一次超过了 Perl ，这意味着 Python 已经成为系统级的 "标准"。而事实上，Python 也成为了系统管理员和编译经理们的最爱。对于 Python 来说，由于 Python 3 即将发布，2008 年又将迎来一次新的飞跃。
从 2007 年的数据我们可以发现一些有趣的现象：首先，不具备自动垃圾收集机制的语言正在迅速地衰落，以 C / C++ 最为显著(二者差不多都下跌了 2%)。其次，虽然表面上风平浪静，脚本语言之间的竞争也越来越激烈：新的脚本语言不断涌现。2006年 Ruby 进入了我们的视线；2007年 Lua 紧随其后；现在 Groovy 和 Factor 这些新生儿也进入了前 50 。所谓 "长江后浪推前浪，前浪死在沙滩上"，并没有一种脚本语言能够长久地占领鳌头。
2007 年进步最大的语言：Lua 从 46 上升到 16； Groovy 从 66 上升到 31； Focus 从 78 上升到 41， 还有 Factor 从无名小卒晋升到了 45 名。
同样，也有失意者：ABAP 从 15 名下跌到 29，IDL 从 23 名跌到了 48。
在 2007 年初，TIOBE 作出了这样的预言：
- C# 和 D 将会取得很大胜利；而Perl 和 Delphi 将失败。
C# 的确非常成功，Perl 也的确失败了。然而 D 语言 和 Delphi 的预言则完全错误：D 语言一点动静都没有，而 Delphi 仍然停留在前 10 名。
- 关于 2008 年的预言：
- C、C++ 和 Perl 将继续衰退；
- Java 和 C# 将毫无悬念地成为两大最受欢迎的语言；
C 和 C++ 将由于缺乏自动垃圾收集机制而继续衰退，尤其是在 Microsoft 不再主动支持 C++ 的情况下，C++ 会获得更坏的影响。Perl 现在似乎已经没什么悬念了。Java 和 C# 在 2007 年做的非常好，相信 2008 年将会继续保持强劲的势头。至于其他可能进入前 20 的语言，现在还很难进行预测，不过 TIOBE 看好 ActionScript 和 Groovy 。
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Hello Team bee4win,
Thank you very much for your participation in the Imagine Cup 2007 Embedded Development Invitational!
I wanted to share with you some feedback that the judges provided when reviewing your Round Two report. Hopefully this feedback will be of value to you if you purse your project following the competition.
Here are some of the judges’ comments regarding your Final Report:
- Your project planning is a little limited. Besides the responsibility of individual team members it would have been nice to find out how much time you estimated for each phase of your project and how much time it really took. This is about the only part of your document that needs more information than presented.
- Your document is very pleasant to read and contains a good mix of technical details and economical feasibility. It would have been nice to have an indication on how much time it would take an instructor to create a typical 3D animation. You could have also put even more emphasis on other usages of your product.
- It is great to have chosen sports as a theme, but I think your idea could be used in many other areas as well.
Thank you again for all of your hard work and good luck in your future endeavors.
Embedded Development Invitational Captain