2019年1月26日雅思机经真题回忆

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  【听力】

  Section 1

  新题/旧题:旧题

  场景:教育

  主题:不同年龄的游泳课程

  题型及数量:10填空题

  亚博体育app中心题目+答案:

  1. introduce breathing techniques in water

  2. focus on the safety

  3. improving the diving

  4. intermediate level course are for adults

  5. 课程开始时间: 13th/30th January (有待确认)

  6. each learner should bring a towel

  7. aim to improve speed

  8. bring change to rent locker

  9. required to swim with a hat

  10 improve in confidence

  考点:基本功及同意替换

  可参考真题:C6T1S1;C6T2S1

  Section 2

  新题/旧题:新题

  场景:环境

  主题:如何在家中节约能源

  题型及数量:6单选+4多选

  亚博体育app中心题目+答案:

  11. A (几天后就会开展节约能源的工作)

  12. C (switch off appliance)

  13. B (可以网上付款,用户满意度高)

  14. A (装双层玻璃)

  15. A (不适合房子)

  16. 暂缺

  17-18. C (只烧够用的水) E (换掉漏水的管子)

  19-20. 暂缺

  考点:同义替换

  可参考真题:C10T2S2;C10T3S2

  Section 3

  新题/旧题:旧题

  场景:教育

  主题:学生和老师讨论关于老房子的研究项目

  题型及数量:10填空

  亚博体育app中心题目+答案:

  21. material background: relevant information about the history of avillage.

  22. history of age

  23. house’s planner work out ground plan

  24. go to library to get large-scale maps

  25. investigation must focus on the: take drawings of staircase andfireplaces

  26. reasons for choosing this topic

  27. for example at university: taking piece of wood sample

  28. essays should describe problems fully and honestly

  29. pay attention to occupancy

  30. finally she should mention: unanswered questions

  考点:同意替换,结构转换

  可参考真题:C6T2S3;C9T1S3;C11T2S4

  Section 4

  新题/旧题:旧题

  场景:建筑

  主题:建筑设计

  题型及数量:3单选+5匹配+2填空

  亚博体育app中心题目+答案:

  31-33)multiple choices

  31. recently, a fast growth of construction of new airports

  C. deserves close attention

  32. one noticeable fact is that construction of new airports is

  B. more important than other buildings (more significant)

  33. What are the airport, cities and town in common

  A. respond to change

  34-38)Matching: scenarios(红字为关键字)

  34. S1-there are more expensive flights because the economic depressioncausesfuel shortage

  35. S2-there are emerging new airports

  36. S3-there are also new transports pattern appeared

  37. S4-people’s interest in flying is declining in Western countries

  38. S5-airlines can not hold business because the cost of maintenance

  39-40)Completion: the disadvantages of travel

  39. if the environmental problems continue, airport must be imposed on the“green tax”

  40. flight will close down if a trip does not get an insurance

  考点:同意替换,结构转换。

  可参考真题:C11T2S4;C9T3S4

  【口语】

  难题解析

  Sharing

  题目来源:Part 1

  题目:

  1. Do you have anything to share with others recently?

  2. Did your parents teach you to share when you were a child?

  3. What kind of things do you like to share with others?

  4. What kind of things are not suitable for sharing?

  1. Do you have anything to share with others recently?

  思路分析:

  第一个问题为经历类型,使用正确的时态至关重要。题目提供了share with sb.的表达方式,照搬来用就会重复问题内容,但是我们可以稍加改变:share it withsb.很多同学可能在回答此类题需要思考一下,与其自己尴尬思考,不如说点什么,争取时间,填充语就有用啦! (well, let me think. / giveme a moment. / that’s a good question)再采用经典3步思路来回答(铺垫+答案+解释)

  参考答案:

  Do you have anything to share with others recently?

  Well, let me think. Yes. Last week we had a presentation in one of ourcourses, each of us needed to give a presentation, my friend Yuanye forgot hisremote for slides, he was stressed out. When I told him I could share mine withhim, he heaved a sigh of relief. I have to say it is satisfying to brightenpeople up.

  答案分数级别:7

  词汇和短语:

  give a presentation 做展示

  remote for slides 幻灯用的遥控器

  he was stressed out 他很紧张

  he heaved a sigh of relief. 他舒了一口气

  brighten people up 让人们开心起来

  2. Did your parents teach you to share when you were a child?

  思路分析:

  第2题依然是经历类,3步回答依然可行(铺垫+回答+解释),但是需要注意先有思路,爸爸妈妈是用怎样的方式教会你的?有实例吗?这道题依然有金句,好词可以借鉴哦!

  参考答案:

  Did your parents teach you to share when you were a child?

  Of course, yes, as I could remember, when I was in primary school, my mumsaid that I should always put others first, sharing is caring. People willremember when I reach out. I mean they act as model too, my mum showed me sheshares her experience on working with young colleague so their efficiency couldget improved

  答案分数级别:7

  词汇和短语:

  put others first 先人后己

  Sharing is caring 关爱来自分享

  reach out 伸出援手

  they act as model too 他们也以身作则

  colleague 同事

  3. What kind of things do you like to share with others?

  思路分析:

  第3题似乎太大,太泛,无从下手,用例证法,讲故事的话,用语言会容易一些。

  参考答案:

  What kind of things do you like to share with others?

  I share different things with my friends if it is necessary, from food totaxi, or even my clothes. It is a way for us to show our love or care. Like onetime my friend Cindy forgot her umbrella, and it was raining, I walked her homefrom school under my umbrella

  答案分数级别:7

  词汇和短语:

  It is necessary 如果有必要

  from food to taxi, or even my cloth 从食物到出租车,甚至我的衣服

  like one time 例如有一次

  4. What kind of things are not suitable for sharing?

  思路分析:

  第4题需要否定思路,用反证法就能说话有理可据(如果这么做,会有什么后果)。

  参考答案:

  What kind of things are not suitable for sharing?

  There are things better I do not want to share with people, mostly havepotential risks. Like the PIN of my credit card, I won’t feel secure. I won’tshare my bike or car with people, as if they get injured, partially it is myresponsibility.

  答案分数级别:7

  词汇和短语:

  There are things better 有些事… …

  Potential risks 潜在风险

  PIN of credit card 信用卡密码

  They get injured 他们受伤了

  Patience

  题目来源:Part 1

  题目:

  1. Were you patient when you were young?

  2. How do you feel when other people are not patient?

  3. Were you less or more patient when you were angry?

  1. Were you patient when you were young?

  思路分析:

  第1 题需用3步回答法,逻辑会清晰,不会跑题。

  参考答案:

  Were you patient when you were young?

  Actually when I was little, I had a really short temper, I could lost mypatienceeasily, to be honest, it was not good at all, like once I was waitingfor my friend for watching movie, he was 20 minutes late and I shouted at him,it is just na?ve and selfish.

  答案分数级别:7

  词汇和短语:

  Have short temper 有急脾气

  Lost sb’s patience 失去某人耐心

  Not good at all 根本不好

  Shout at sb. 对某人喊叫

  Na?ve and selfish 幼稚和自私

  2. How do you feel when other people are not patient?

  思路分析:

  第2 题,用例证法表达,会更方便和有逻辑,金句好词又有积累的好机会!

  参考答案:

  How do you feel when other people are not patient?

  When I see people getting anxious, I would try my best to calm them down.While, I’ve learned my approach to deal with people losing patience, if theywant to throw a tantrum, it is fine, as this situation calls for it.

  答案分数级别:7

  词汇和短语:

  Getting anxious 变得焦虑 适当改写

  Try my best 尽我所能

  Calm them down 让他们冷静

  Approach 方法,手段

  Deal with 应对

  Throw a tantrum 发脾气

  Call for it 需要特定动作,质量

  3. Were you less or more patient when you were angry?

  思路分析:

  第3题是典型个人经历题,一样使用例证法,表达会更自然和令人信服。

  参考答案:

  Were you less or more patient when you were angry?

  Of course when I was angry, it is more likely I can’t focus on one thingfor a long time, I still remember one day I couldn’t wait for my dishes getserved in restaurant after I had a fight with a guy who did not apologize meafter he stepped on my foot. I could easily get influenced by adrenalin.

  答案分数级别:7

  词汇和短语:

  Focus on one thing. 关注于某事

  Dishes get served 上菜

  Easily get influenced by adrenalin 轻易受肾上腺素影响

  【阅读】

  亚博体育app中心概述

  今天阅读亚博体育app中心整体文章难度不大,但是因为综合了较多题型,并且第三篇出现了主旨匹配和人名匹配的综合,使得整体亚博体育app中心难度有所上升。

  题目分析

  Passage 1

  文章题材:说明文(自然科普)

  文章题目:新西兰儿童Robin发现头盖骨之谜

  文章难度:★★

  文章内容:新西兰儿童Robin发现了海边的一个头盖骨,三位博士对此发现进行了研究,并测定这个头骨的年代属于296年。

  题型及数量:9填空题+4判断题

  题目及答案:

  1. TRUE

  2. FALSE

  3. NOT GIVEN

  4. FALSE

  5. specialists

  6. European

  7. radiocarbon

  8. 296

  9. race

  10. gender

  11. Australia

  12. archaeologists

  13. shipwreck

  可参考真题:C7T3P2:Population movements and genetics

  Passage 2

  文章题材:说明文(自然科普)

  文章题目:Coral Reef (珊瑚礁)

  文章难度:★★★

  文章内容:文章介绍了珊瑚礁的分布和价值,存在的问题(减少)以及人们为保护珊瑚礁做出的努力。

  题型及数量:6个段配信息+6个判断+1主旨类单选

  题目及答案:

  14. 待补充

  15. A

  16. C

  17. A

  18. F

  19. C

  20. NOT GIVEN

  21. TRUE

  22. NOT GIVEN

  23. FALSE

  24. NOT GIVEN

  25. TRUE

  26. C. economic importance about coral reef

  可参考真题:C8T2P2:The Little Ice Age

  亚博体育app中心原文:

  Coral reefs

  Coral reefs are underwater structures made from calcium carbonate secretedby corals. Coral reefs are colonies of tiny living animals found in marinewaters that contain few nutrients. Most coral reefs are built from stony corals,which in turn consist of polyps that cluster in groups.

  A Coral reefs are estimated to cover 284,300 km2 just under 0.1% of theoceans' surface area, about half the area of France. The Indo-Pacific regionaccounts for 91.9% of this total area. Southeast Asia accounts for 32.3% of thatfigure, while the Pacific including Australia accounts for 40.8%. Atlantic andCaribbean coral reefs account for 7.6%. Yet often called “rainforests of thesea", coral reefs form some of the most diverse ecosystems on Earth. Theyprovide a home for 25% of all marine species, including fish, mollusks , worms,crustaceans, echinoderms, sponges, tunicates and other cnidarians.Paradoxically, coral reefs flourish even though they are surrounded byoceanwaters that provide few nutrients. They are most commonly found at shallowdepths in tropical waters, but deep water and cold water corals also exist onsmaller scales in other areas. Although corals exist both in temperate andtropical waters, shallow-water reefs form only in a zone extending from 30° N to30° S of the equator. Deep water coral can exist at greater depths and coldertemperatures at much higher latitudes, as far north as Norway. Coral reefs arerare along the American and African west coasts. This is due primarily toupwelling and strong cold coastal currents that reduce water temperatures inthese areas (respectively the Peru, Benguela and Canary streams). Corals areseldom found along the coastline of South Asia from the eastern tip ofIndia(Madras) to the Bangladeshand Myanmar borders. They are also rare along thecoast around northeastern South America and Bangladesh due to the fresh waterrelease from the Amazon and Ganges Rivers, respectively.

  B Coral reefs deliver ecosystem services to tourism, fisheries andcoastline protection. The global economic value of coral reefs has beenestimated at as much as $US375 billion per year. Coral reefs protect shorelinesby absorbing wave energy, and many small islands would not exist without theirreef to protect them.

  C The value of reefs in biodiverse regions can be even higher. In parts ofIndonesia and the Caribbean where tourism is the main use, reefs are estimatedto be worth US$1 million per square kilometer, based on the cost of maintainingsandy beaches and the value of attracting snorkelers and scuba divers.Meanwhile, a recent study of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia found that thereef is worth more to the country as an intact ecosystem than an extractivereserve for fishing. Each year more than 1.8 million tourists visit the reef,spending an estimated AU$4.3 billion (Australian dollars) on reef-relatedindustries from diving to boat rental to posh island resort stays. In theCaribbean, says UNEP, the net annual benefits from diver tourism was US$2billionin 2000 with US$625 million spent directly on diving on reefs. Further, reeftourism is important source of employment, especially for some of the world'spoorest people. UNEP says that of the estimated 30 million small-scale fishersin the developing world, most are dependent to a greater or less erextent oncoral reefs. In the Philippines, for example, more than one million small-scalefishers depend directly on coral reefs for their livelihoods. The reportestimates that reef fisheries were worth between $15,000 and $150,000per squarekilometer a year, while fish caught for aquariums were worth $500 a kilogramagainst $6 for fish caught as food. The aquarium fish export industry supportsaround 50,000 people and generates some US$5.5 million a year in SriLankaalong.

  D Unfortunately, coral reefs are dying around the world. In particular,coral mining, agricultural and urban runoff, pollution (organic andinorganic),disease, and the digging of canals and access into islands and baysare localized threats to coral ecosystems. Broader threats are sea temperaturerise, sea level rise and pH changes from ocean acidification , all associatedwith greenhouse gas emissions. Some current fishing practices are destructiveand unsustainable. These include cyanide fishing, overfishing and blast fishing.Although cyanide fishing supplies live reef fish for the tropical aquariummarket, most fish caught using this method are sold in restaurants, primarily inAsia, where live fish are prized for their freshness. To catch fish withcyanide, fishers dive down to the reef and squirt cyanide in coral crevices andon the fast-moving fish, to stun the fish making them easy to catch. Overfishingis another leading cause for coral reef degradation. Often, too many fish aretaken from one reef to sustain a population in that area. Poor fishingpractices, such as banging on the reef with sticks (muro-ami),destroy coralformations that normally function as fish habitat. In some instances, peoplefish with explosives (blast fishing), which blast apart the surroundingcoral.

  E Tourist resorts that empty their sewage directly into the watersurrounding coral reefs contribute to coral reef degradation. Wastes kept inpoorly maintained septic tanks can also leak into surrounding ground water,eventually seeping out to the reefs. Careless boating, diving, snorkeling andfishing can also damage coral reefs. Whenever people grab, kick, and walk on, orstir up sediment in the reefs, they contribute to coral reef destruction. Coralsare also harmed or killed when people drop anchors on them or when peoplecollect coral.

  F To find answers for these problems, scientists and researchers study thevarious factors that impact reefs. The list includes the ocean's role as acarbon dioxide sink, atmospheric changes, ultraviolet light , oceanacidification, viruses, impacts of dust storms carrying agents to far flungreefs, pollutants, algal blooms and others. Reefs are threatened well beyondcoastal areas. General estimates show approximately 10% of the world’s coralreefs are dead. About 60% of the world's reefs are at risk due to destructive,human-related activities. The threat to the health of reefs is particularlystrong in Southeast Asia, where 80% of reefs are endangered.

  G In Australia, the Great Barrier Reef is protected by the Great BarrierReef Marine Park Authority, and is the subject of much legislation, including abiodiversity action plan. Inhabitants of Ahus Island, Manus Province, Papua NewGuinea, have followed a generations-old practice of restricting fishing in sixareas of their reef lagoon. Their cultural traditions allow line fishing, butnot net or spear fishing. The result is both the biomass and individual fishsizes are significantly larger than in places where fishing is unrestricted.

  Passage 3

  文章题材:说明文(商业科普)

  文章题目:Flexible Work

  文章难度:★★★

  文章内容:文章介绍了弹性的工作制度给员工和公司带来的好处

  题型及数量:LOH(主旨匹配)8题+填空题3题+人名匹配3题

  题目及答案:

  27. C

  28. A

  29. D

  30. B

  31. 待补充

  32. F

  33. H

  34. I

  35. C

  36. A

  37. B

  38. satisfaction

  39. email

  40. tasks

  可参考真题:C13T2P3:Making the most of trends

  【写作】

  TASK 1

  题目:The table below shows the improvements in medical care in threedifferent European countries between 1980 to 2000.

  类型:表格题/动态图

  考点/写作要点:

  1. 时态:过去时;

  2. 该题数据很多,可以先看总体趋势,基本上病人的数量和医院床位都呈上升趋势,住院时间呈下降趋势;

  3. 其次可以进行各项之间数据的趋势比较(max/min/倍数/分数),英国的病人数量是三个国家中最多的,在2000年刚好是澳大利亚的三倍;

  4. 三个国家住院时间下降的趋势相似,值得注意的是在1990-2000年期间,美国的医院病床数量增加的趋势最快,其次是澳大利亚。

  范文:

  The table provides information about changes in the number of patients,average stays and beds in England, the US and Australia, as a result ofimprovements in medical system over two decades (1980-2000),

  It is noticeable that because of the improvements in medical care, allthree countries had shown a decrease in the number of patients over the 20years. The same trend could be found in the days of staying in hospitals.Meanwhile, there was an increase in the number of hospitals beds in the threecountries mentioned above.

  When comparing the number of patients, it is clear that the UK held thehighest figure, while the number was the lowest in Australia. By the end of2000, there were around 260,000 of patients staying in the hospitals in England.However, in Australia, the figure was just one third that of England in the sameyear. Though the number of patients in the US was smaller than that of UK, thetwo figures both showed an upward trend from 1980 to 2000.

  Another noticeable change is that in both the US and Australia, the numberof beds increased dramatically by 5000 and 3000 respectively from 1990 to 2000,comparing to the change in England, with only a growth of 1000 in the samedecade.

  (215 words)

  TASK 2

  Some people believe that women should play an equal role as men in acountry’s police force or military force, while others think women are notsuitable for these jobs. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

  机经版本:

  题目类型:双边讨论

  话题:男女平等

  TA/TR(key words):

  思路/提纲:

女性参与的优势

女性不适合参与

公平就业、公平社会

女性更适合后勤工作

现在的高科技可以协助女性

  范文:

  Gender inequality is still a defining aspect of law enforcement, even intoday’s world of slowly increasing employment fairness. Women comprise only asmall percentage of the local law enforcement in agencies across the allnations, and most of them hold clerical positions.

  In fact, women play an important role in the national force. For starter,the society requires female army to demonstrate its equality in gender issue,providing citizens with all prospective opportunities in personal choice ofcareer. This given law also improves the social balance in relationship betweenmale and female employees and sets a role model for other jobs as well.Secondly, modern warfare has now filled with advanced devices so that we are nolonger worrying about the physical incapability of women in comparison to men.Thus, higher education and training allow them to master theses skills as wellas men. In addition, some particular jobs are better done by women, includingnurses and doctors in the battle field. They are proved better in caringinjuries and treating the wounded.

  However, we have to admit that there is a gender difference between maleand female soldiers in the actual warfare, where males perform more active andefficient in combat with enemies. The rule that women are not allowed in thefrontline is never a discrimination or gender inequality but is a protection towomen. Similar conditions apply when we consider men with different levels ofcombat abilities, because we always choose the strongest for the battle fieldand the notion of gender is never an issue.

  In conclusion, I believe that it is surely reasonable for females to play arole in modern army but in actual combat, we use the best without genderconsideration.

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