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2018年6月23日澳洲,新西兰,香港等亚太考区雅思A类笔试真题答案回忆汇总
回忆1:
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回忆2:
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回忆3:
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第一篇 珍珠怎么形成的
文章大意:第一段先说珍珠在古代是富贵和地位的象征,在古罗马是怎么样的,在波斯被当做是可以医治百病的药。第二段说pearl的分类,natural和cultural。第三段说natural pearl的培育分为盐水培育和淡水培育。盐水培育一般质量比较高,淡水培育中有部分质量比较高。第四段写natural pearl的很多特点。第五段写natural pearl和cultural pearl的区别。natural pearl的form和很多因素有关,说明natural pearl很难得到,而cultural pearl就容易很多。第六段写几种pearl没有经过训练,肉眼是分不出来的。只有在X光下才能出来。然后说pearl的价值与size和光泽度有关。第七段说日本的珍珠是世界上最贵的珍珠之一
The Pearl
A
Throughout history, pearls have held aunique presence within the wealthy and powerful. For instance, the pearl wasthe favored gem of the wealthy during the Roman Empire. This gift from the seahad been brought back from the orient by the Roman conquests. Roman women worepearls to bed so they could be reminded of their wealth immediately upon wakingup. Before jewelers learned to cut gems, the pearl was of greater value thanthe diamond. In the Orient and Persia Empire, pearls were ground into powdersto cure anything from heart disease to epilepsy, with possible aphrodisiac usesas well. Pearls were once considered an exclusive privilege for royalty. A lawin 1612 drawn up by the Duke of Saxony prohibited the wearing of pearls bynobility,professors, doctors or their wives in an effort to further distinguishroyal appearance. American Indians also used freshwater pearls from theMississippiRiver as decorations and jewelry.
B
There are essentially three types ofpearls: natural, cultured and imitation. A natural pearl (often called anOriental pearl) forms when an irritant, such as a piece of sand, works its wayinto a particular species of oyster, mussel, or clam. As a defense mechanism,the mollusk secretes a fluid to coat the irritant.Layer upon layer of thiscoating is deposited on the irritant until a lustrouspearl is formed.
C
The only difference natural pearls andcultured pearls is that the irritant is a surgically implanted bead or piece ofshell called Mother of Pearl. Often, these shells are ground oyster shells thatare worth significant amounts of money in their own right as irritant-catalystsfor quality pearls. The resulting core is, much larger than in a natural pearl.Yet, as long as there are enough layers of nacre (the secreted fluid coveringthe irritant) to result in a beautiful, gem-quality pearl, the size of thenucleus is of no consequence to beauty or durability.
D
Pearls can come from either salt orfreshwater sources. Typically, saltwater pearls tend to be higher quality,although there are several types of freshwater pearls that are considered highin quality as well. Freshwater pearls tend to be very irregular in shape, witha puffed rice appearance the most prevalent. Nevertheless, it is eachindividual pearls merits that determines value more than the source of thepearl. Saltwater pearl oysters are usually cultivated in protected lagoons orvolcanic atolls. However, most freshwater cultured pearls sold today come fromChina. Cultured pearls are the response of the shell to a tissue implant. Atiny piece of mantle tissue from a donor shell is transplanted into a recipientshell. This graft will form a pearl sac and the tissue will precipitate calciumcarbonate into this pocket. There are a number of options for producingcultured pearls: use freshwater or seawater shells, transplant the graft intothe mantle or into the gonad, add a spherical bead or do it nonbeaded. Themajority of saltwater cultured pearls are grown with beads.
E
Regardless of the method used to acquirea pearl, the process usually takes several years. Mussels must reach a matureage, which can take up t0 3 years, and then be implanted or naturally receivean irritant. Once the irritant is in place, it can take up to another 3 yearsfor the pearl to reach its full size. Often, the irritant may be rejected, thepearl will be terrifically misshapen, or the oyster may simply die from diseaseor countless other complications. By the end of a 5 t0 10 year cycle, only 50%of the oysters will have survived. And of the pearls produced, onlyapproximately 5% are of substantial quality for top jewelry makers. From theoutset, a pearl fanner can figure on spending over $100 for every oyster thatis farmed, of which many will produce nothing or die.
F
Imitation pearls are a different story altogether.In most cases, a glass bead is dipped into a solution made from fish scales.This coating is thin and may eventually wear off. One can usually tell animitation by biting on it. Fake pearls glide across your teeth, while the
layers of nacre on real pearls feelgritty. The Island of Mallorca (in Spain) is known for its imitation pearlindustry. Quality natural pearls are very rare jewels. The actual value of anatural pearl is determined in the same way as it would be for other precious gems.
The valuation factors include size,shape, color, quality of surface, orient and luster. In general, culturedpearls are less valuable than natural pearls, whereas imitation pearls almosthave no value. One way that jewelers can determine whether a pearl is culturedor natural is to have a gem lab perform an x-ray of the pearl. If the x-rayreveals a nucleus, the pearl is likely a beadnucleated saltwater pearl. If nonucleus is present, but irregular and small dark inner spots indicating acavity are visible, combined with concentric rings of organic substance, thepearl is likely a cultured freshwater. Cultured freshwater pearls can often beconfused for natural pearls which present as homogeneous pictures whichcontinuously darken toward the surface of the pearl. Natural pearls will oftenshow larger cavities where organic matter has dried out and decomposed.Although imitation pearls look the part, they do not have the same weight orsmoothness as real pearls, and their luster will also dim greatly. Amongcultured pearls, Akoya pearls from Japan are some of the most lustrous. A goodquality necklace of 40 Akoya pearls measuring 7mm in diameter sells for about$1,500, while a super- high quality strand sells for about $4,500. Size on theother hand, has to do with the age of the oyster that created the pearl (the moremature oysters produce larger pearls) and the location in which the pearl wascultured. The South Sea waters of Australia tend to produce the larger pearls;probably because the water along the coast line is supplied with rich nutrientsfrom the ocean floor. Also, the type of mussel common to the areaseems topossess a predilection for producing comparatively large pearls.
G
Historically, the worlds best pearls came from the PersianGulf, especially around what is now Bahrain. The pearls of the Persian Gulfwere natural created and collected by breath-hold divers. The secret to the specialluster of Gulf pearls probably derived from the unique mixture of sweet andsalt water around the island. Unfortunately, the natural pearl industry of thePersian Gulf ended abruptly in the early 1930s with the discovery of largedeposits of oil. Those who once dove for pearls sought prosperity in theeconomic boom ushered in by the oil industry. The water pollution resultingfrom spilled oil and indiscriminate over-fishing of oysters essentially ruinedthe once pristine pearl producing waters of the Gulf. Today, pearl diving ispracticed only as a hobby. Still, Bahrain remains one of the foremost tradingcenters for high quality pearls. In fact, cultured pearls are banned from theBahrain pearl market, in an effort to preserve the locations heritage. Nowadays, the largest stockof natural pearls probably resides in India. Ironically, much of Indias stock of natural pearls cameoriginally from Bahrain. Unlike Bahrain, which has essentially lost its pearlresource, traditional pearl fishing is still practiced on a small scale inIndia.

Questions l-4
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Reading Passage l has seven paragraphs, A-G. Which paragraph contains the following information? Write the correct letter A-G in boxes 1-4 0n your answer sheet.
1 Ancient stories around the pearl and customers
2 Difficulties in cultivating process
3  Factors can decide the value of natural pearls.
4   Different growth mechanisms that distinguish the cultured pearls from natural ones.
Question 5-10
.................................................................................
Complete the summary below. Choose letter from A-K for each answer. Write them in
boxes 5-10 0n your answer sheet.
A  America  B  Ancient Rome  C Australia
D  Bahrain  E  China  F  Japan
G  India  H Korea  I  Mexico
J Persia  K Spain
In ancient history, pearls have great importance within the rich and rulers, which was treated as gem for women in 5 . And pearls were even used as medicine and sex drug for people in 6 . There are essentially three types of pearls: natural, cultured and imitation. Most freshwater cultured pearls sold today come from Chinawhile the7 is famous for its imitation pearl industry. The country 8 usually manufactures some of the glitteriest cultured ones while the nation, such as 9 , produces the larger sized pearl due to the favorable environment along the coast line. In the past, one country of 10 in Gulf produced the world’s best pearls. Nowadays, the major remaining suppliers of the natural pearls belong to India.
Question 11-14
...............................................................................
Do the following statements agree with the information given in the Reading Passage 1? In boxes 11-14 0n your answer sheet, write
TRUE  if the sataement agrees with the information
FALSE  if the statement contradicts the information
NOT GIVEN  if there is no information on this
11 Often cultured pearl’s centre is significantly larger than in a natural pearl.
12  Cultivated cultured pearls are generally valued the same much as natural ones
13 The size of pearls produced in Japan is usually of smaller size than those came from Australia.
14 Akoya pearls from Japan Glows more deeply than the South Sea pearls ofAustralia

答案:
1.B   2.D     3.E     4.E     5.TRUE    6.FALSE   
7.NOT GIVEN      8.B   9.J    10.K    11.F   12.C    13.D

第二篇 大脑对音乐的反应

第三篇 卫星和亚洲
文章大意:
讲的是Asia发展satellite technology.介绍多用途的space technology.说到亚洲处于自然灾害多发区,尤其需要新的技术.日本在军事方面的运用比较成功成功.亚洲进入这个领域是不需要其他的理由,因为说了他的经济意义.文章第一段讲了过去和未来.第二段亚洲人需要新技术.第三段是广泛应用.第四段先开始却落后日本.第五段逐渐独立.第六段,一些非技术因素影响
LOH
A. 是说历史,过去发明和未来有关,最早的火箭是在500BC中国作为武器出现的
B.然后说亚洲需要卫星
C.空间技术的广泛应用
D. Asia需要新技术,讲日本研发卫星的经历
E.因为更适用的人造卫星而独立,亚洲国家也能拥有卫星了
F.非技术因素.
MC:
为什么医疗上要用卫星?
我选的因为偏僻的地方可以收到诊治.
为什么要去satellite上面photography
因为可以照到全景为地图所用
为什么NortheastAsia农业要用卫星?
需要观测植被的原因(发生过火灾)
为什么好多scientists没有继续下去?
因为受到location的影响
为什么亚洲发展不好?
我选的因为除技术外的其他原因.
TFNG
1.可以通过测距预测地震(T
2.空间技术提高了亚洲的文化水平(literacy)(NG
3.中国在公元前500年(500BC)时就已经将火箭用于战争(F
4.商业竞争阻碍亚洲技术发展(F

版本二:
Asian Space: Return of an AsianInvention

P1. The planet Earth is surrounded by abunch of satellites like the moon going around the earth. Space technology ofhuman beings started from Asia, where the bamboo tubes were filled with gunpowderin 500 BC and the rockets were used in battles of Kaifeng, China for defendinginvaders. The crucial development and innovation of space technology arepredicted to appear in Asia again today.
P2. It is reasonable for the spacetechnology to be developed first in Asia due to the actual needs there. Becauseof the various geographical conditions, natural disasters and environmentalproblems, they need new space technology to monitor and solve these problems.
P3. Asian countries developed a wide-range ofuse in space technology. For example, they utilize satellites to take photos ofvegetation from above so as to prevent them from possible disasters.  
P4. Space technology is also used forhealth and education in Asia. It can be used to help people living in remoteareas to communicate with doctors. Distance education can help these people tolearn without too much difficulties.
P5. The research about space has also beenemphasized in Japan from an early period. Although the process wastime-consuming and costs a lot, significant achievements have been obtained.
P6. Discovering the adaptability of smallsatellites, study on this aspect was popular in Asian countries, includingIndia, China and Japan. They try to utilize small satellites in differentfields.
P7. The quick adoption of small satellitesestablished a space capability for Asian countries and offers them the possibilityto reduce researching time. The cost of using satellites could also be reduced.
P8. The global increase of using smallsatellites help to replace costly space and military standard components. Itmay result in a highly competitive Asian satellite manufacturing industry.
P9. The laws of physics and the principlesof electronics and mechanics know no political or cultural boundaries.Management is very much influenced by education, culture, and history. Thesefactors also have an effect on costs, lead times, product designs andinternational sales.
P10. Space technologies and applicationshave shown profound effects on Asian culture, commerce, and communities. Thecommercial completion of companies in researching satellites may promote theinnovation so that the cost can be reduced and working efficiency can beimproved. These focuses on the development will touch on some of many potentialtopics of Asian space.

Questions & Answers
Questions 27-32 Choosing the correctheading
27. Section A   iii (第一段)
28. Section B   i (第二段)
29. Section C   vii (第三到四段)
30. Section D   iv (第五段)
31. Section E   ii (第六到八段)
32. Section F   v (第九到十段)
i. Asian needs for new space technology
ii. Independence through utilizing thegreater adaptability of satellites
iii. Ancient inventions linked to thefuture.
iv. An early but slow initial process
v. Non-technical factors influencing Asias entrance to the space age
vi. Ancient rockets were used for warfare
vii. New and wide-ranging use of satellites
viii. There are difficulties in identifyingdifferent types of satellites

Questions 33-36 Matching
33. Southeast Asian countries wish to takephotos of vegetation from above because      G
34 Asian countries are interested inadvanced medical treatment through distant satellite because  E
35 Satellites in Polar orbits are usefulfor mapping because    B
36 management practices cannot beuniversally adaptable because     C
A. They wanted to find medicinalvegetables.
B. They can take photos of any regionsrequired.
C. They depend on what happened in the past
D. They may take up too much space abroadrocket.
E. They have districts that are difficultto reach.
F. They can help with the study ofstudents.
G. They suffer from such things as forestfires.

Questions 37-40 T/F/NG
37. In 500 BC rockets were used in battlesin China.       FALSE
(第一段说明了500 BCbamboo filledwith gunpowder发明出来而不是用于战争)
38. Distance between satellites and antennais used to detect the movement in earth crust.   TRUE
(第三段讲到地震预测时直接提到了measure the distance between satellites and antenna)
39. Distance education improved theliteracy in Asia.       NOT GIVEN
(第四段提到了教育,但只说了可用于偏远地区的远程教育而没有提到结果)
40. Commercial competition prevents thespace innovation spreading        FALSE.
(第九和十段讲到了commercial competition of companies有助于空间技术的革新而不是阻碍)
回忆4:
小作文:表格 四个非洲国家的石油产量5年变化
大作文:Some people think the lifestyles changing rapidly has affecting their family relationships. The advantages are outweight the disadvantages. Give your opinion.

回忆5:
听力
section 1 Job hunt as nanny
1. contact number: phone number: 0273891215
2. work time from 3.15 to 6.30
3. address: in the Park road
4. have a student card
5. qualification of: skilled in swimming
6. interest in music
7. job: washing and cleaning
8. by police
9. will attend an interview days before
10. working visa is not necessary

Section 3 Volcano presentation
21. what is their research method: A interview
22. what is the background of this topic based on: A an Australian Study
23. how does the professor think to divide the group: B reduce the number of children in each group
24. how does professor suggest the survey should be done: B don't be too ambitious
25. practicing using the data table: C try to practice it
26. the professor asks them do they have read enough reference books: B they don't have enough time
27. final report - C they do together
28. sheet preparation - B Douglas will do
29. transcription - C they do together
30. the letter - A Jane will do
回忆6:
听力
Section1 :电话咨询,找兼职照顾小孩的工作,内容涉及雇主家庭情况,工作的薪资福利,周边设施等信息。
1-10completion
1.    surname: Fitzsimmons
2.    father's job: consultant
3.    length of stay: 8 months
4.    minimum pay: 120 pounds
5.    duty: cooking; children's laundry
6.    guitar lessons
7.    full day-off on Sunday
8.    sick pay; insurance
9.    local activity: climbing
10. gym

Section2:地图题
Section3:老师和学生讨论课题


Section4:是一个蝴蝶冬眠和迁徙的研究
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回忆7:
阅读:
第一篇: 英国鸟类迁徙(Bird migration
A
  Birds have many unique design features that enable them to perform such amazing feats of endurance. They are equipped with lightweight, hollow bones, intricately designed feathers providing both lift and thrust for rapid flight, navigation systems superior to any that man has developed, and an ingenious heat conserving design that, among other things, concentrates all blood circulation beneath layers of warm, waterproof plumage, leaving them fit to face life in the harshest of climates. Their respiratory systems have to perform efficiently during sustained flights at altitude, so they have a system of extracting oxygen from their lungs that far exceeds that of any other animal. During the later stages of the summer breeding season, when food is plentiful their bodies are able to accumulate considerable layers of fat, in order to provide sufficient energy for their long migratory flights.
  B
  The fundamental reason that birds migrate is to find adequate food during the winter months when it is in short supply. This particularly applies to birds that breed in the temperate and Arctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere, where food is abundant during the short growing season. Many species can tolerate cold temperatures if food is plentiful, but when food is not available they must migrate. However, intriguing questions remain.
  C
  One puzzling fact is that many birds journey much further than would be necessary just to find food and good weather. Nobody knows, for instance, why British swallows, which could presumably survive equally well if they spent the winter in equatorial Africa, instead fly several thousands of miles further to their preferred winter home in South Africa Cape Province. Another mystery involves the huge migrations performed by arctic terns and mud flat-feeding shorebirds that breed close to Polar Regions. In general, the further north a migrant species breeds, the farther south it spends the winter. For arctic terns this necessitates an annual round trip of 25,000 miles. Yet, en route to their final destination in far-flung southern latitudes, all these individuals overfly other areas of seemingly suitable habitat spanning two hemispheres. While we may not fully understand birds' reasons for going to particular places, we can marvel at their feats.
  D
  One of the greatest mysteries is how young birds know how to find the traditional wintering areas without parental guidance. Very few adults migrate with juveniles in tow, and youngsters may even have little or no inkling of their parents' appearance. A familiar example is that of the cuckoo, which lays its eggs in another species nest and never encounters its young again. It is mind boggling to consider that, once raised by its host species, the young cuckoo makes its own way to ancestral wintering grounds in the tropics before returning single-handed to northern Europe the next season to seek out a mate among its own kind. The obvious implication is that it inherits from its parents an inbuilt route map and direction-finding capability, as well as a mental image of what another cuckoo looks like. Yet nobody has the slightest idea as to how this is possible.
  E
  Mounting evidence has confirmed that birds use the positions of the sun and stars to obtain compass directions. They seem also to be able to detect the earth's magnetic field, probably due to having minute crystals of magnetite in the region of their brains. However, true navigation also requires an awareness of position and time, especially when lost. Experiments have shown that after being taken thousands of miles over an unfamiliar landmass, birds are still capable of returning rapidly to nest sites. Such phenomenal powers arc the product of computing a number of sophisticated cues, including an inborn map of the night sky and the pull of the earth's magnetic field. How the birds use their 'instruments’ remains unknown, but one thing is clear: they see the world with a superior sensory perception to ours. Most small birds migrate at night and take their direction from the position of the setting sun. However, as well as seeing the sun go down, they also seem to sec the plane of polarized light caused by it, which calibrates their compass. Traveling at night provides other benefits. Daytime predators are avoided and the danger of dehydration due to flying for long periods in warm, sunlit skies is reduced. Furthermore, at night the air is generally cool and less turbulent and so conducive to sustained, stable flight.
  F
  Nevertheless, all journeys involve considerable risk, and part of the skill in arriving safely is setting off at the right time. This means accurate weather forecasting, and utilizing favorable winds. Birds are adept at both, and, in laboratory tests, some have been shown to detect the minute difference in barometric pressure between the floor and ceiling of a room. Often birds react to weather changes before there is any visible sign of them. Lapwings, which feed on grassland, flee west from the Netherlands to the British Isles, France and Spain at the onset of a cold snap. When the ground surface freezes the birds could starve. Yet they return to Holland ahead of a thaw, their arrival linked to a pressure change presaging an improvement in the weather.
  G
  In one instance a Welsh Manx shearwater carried to America and released was back in its burrow on Skokholm Island, off the Pembrokeshire coast, one clay before a letter announcing its release! Conversely, each autumn a small number of North American birds arc blown across the Atlantic by fast-moving westerly tail winds. Not only do they arrive safely in Europe, but, based on ringing evidence, some make it back to North America the following spring, after probably spending the winter with European migrants in sunny African climes.

  Questions 14-20
  Reading passage 2 has seven paragraphs, A-G
  Choose the correct heading for each paragraph from the list of headings below. Write
  the correct number, i-x, in boxes 14-20 on your answer sheet.
  List of headings
  i. The best moment to migrate
  ii. The unexplained rejection of closer feeding ground
  iii. The influence of weather on the migration route
  iv. Physical characteristics that allow birds to migrate
  v. The main reason why birds migrate
  vi. The best wintering grounds for birds
  vii. Research findings on how birds migrate
  viii. Successful migration despite trouble of wind
  ix. Contrast between long-distance migration and short-distance migration
  x. Mysterious migration despite lack of teaching
  14 Paragraph A
  15 Paragraph B
  16 Paragraph C
  17 Paragraph D
  18 Paragraph E
  19 Paragraph F
  20 Paragraph G

  Questions 21-22
  Choose TWO letters, A-E.
  Write the correct letters in boxes 21 and 22 on your answer sheet.
  Which TWO of the following statements are true of bird migration?
  A Birds often fly further than they need to.
  B Birds traveling in family groups are safe.
  C Birds flying at night need less water.
  D Birds have much sharper eye-sight than humans.
  E Only shorebirds are resistant to strong winds.

  Questions 23-26
  Complete the sentences below using NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from the
  passage.
  Write your answers in boxes 23-26 on your answer sheet.
  23 It is a great mystery that young birds like cuckoos can find their wintering grounds without ________.
  24 Evidence shows birds can tell directions like a ________by observing the sun and the stars.
  25 One advantage for birds flying at night is that they can avoid contact with ______.
  26 Laboratory tests show that birds can detect weather without ________signs.
试题分析:
  14 Design features that enable them to perform such amazing feats A段第一句A段开门见山提出鸟类特有的结构特征支持它们迁徙。之后就细化介绍了它们的特殊结构。
  是个典型总分结构。所以第一句就是主题句,
  因此,本题答案为iv。
  15 Fundamental reason that birds migrate B段第一句B段开始提出了本段主题,之后给出了迁徙原因的解释。
  因此,本题答案为 v。
  16 Puzzling fact; much further C段第一句C段也是直接提出主题,然后用例子进行解释的结构。C段提出了鸟类飞到更远的地方过冬令人不解,接着用英国的燕子和北极燕鸥和水禽的迁徙例子来具体说明了人们的惊讶。
  Puzzling对应答案中的unexplained;much further对应答案中rejection of closer
  因此,本题答案为 ii。
  17 Greatest mysteries; how young birds D段第一句D段第一句是主题句,整段接着用杜鹃的例子来具体化了此疑问。
  Young bird体现了答案中的lack of teaching
  因此,本题答案为 x。
  18 Mounting evidence; birds use the positions; to obtain compass direction; detect the earth’s magnetic field E段第一句第二句E段第一句提出了鸟类使用太阳和星星辨别方向有很多证据。第二句说同时鸟类似乎还可以预测地球磁场。这都在说鸟儿怎么飞。
  因此,本题答案为 vii。
  19 Setting off at the right time F段第一句F段第一句话提出安全飞行需要找到最好的出发的时间,第二句说那意味着要正确的天气预测,利用风向。也就是说第二句只是说明如何找到好的出发时间,说要iii 不能选。
  因此,本题答案为 I。
  20 One instance; are blown across; fast-moving westerly tail winds; arrive safely G段第一句和第二句和第三句。G段第一句说威尔士马恩岛海鸥是一个例子(那说明是承接上文的例子,而上面一段说的是正确预测天气和利用风向来找到好的飞行时间)。所以这要么是预测天气成功,要么是利用风向成功。后面第二句说到了西尾风。第三句说不仅成功,还飞去了非洲。
  因此,本题答案为 viii。
  21 Many birds journey much further than would be necessary just to find food C段第一句C段第一句明确提到许多鸟类的迁徙旅程远远长于它们为了寻找食物和好天气所必需飞行的距离。这也是C段的主题句。
  因此,本题答案为 A。
  22 Traveling at night; other benefits; danger of dehydration E段第九十两句E段接近结尾的第九十两句非常明确的提到了夜间飞行的好处:避免天敌和脱水。
  因此,本题答案为C。
  其它选项B在文中没有提到和家人一起飞行;D也没有提到,文章只是在第E段提到的是鸟类有比人类更高级的感官知觉they see the world with a superior sensory perception to ours。E也没有在文中明确提出,并且一般有绝对词的答案可以率先排除。
  23 One of the greatest mysteries; without parental guidance; a familiar example is that of the cuckoo D段第一句话和第三句话先用cuckoo定位到D段。
  Cuckoo是该段主题幼鸟依靠自己迁徙到越冬之地的迷思的一个例子。
  提干部分是对D段第一句话的paraphrase。
  因此,本题答案是文中的parental guidance。
  24 Mounting evidence; position of sun and stars to obtain compass directions E段第一句话用tell direction和by observing the sun and the stars定位到E段第一句话。
  因此,本题答案是文中的compass。
  25 Traveling at night; other benefits; daytime predators are avoided E段第九十两句通过第22题其实已经可以直接做出这个题了。E段接近结尾的第九十两句非常明确的提到了夜间飞行的好处:避免天敌和脱水。
  因此,本题答案为predators。
  26 React to weather changes before there is any visible sign of them F段第四句用laboratory tests; detect weather定位到本句。
  因此,本题答案为visible。

第二篇: 西非社会文化
文章大意:
第一部分讲 虽然西非的文化有很多不同点,但是其实是有很多想通性的。
第二部分讲 典型的西非家庭,是种地的。家庭成员一般式父母,孩子,可能会包括爷爷奶奶。典型的西非的房子,有牛棚马棚。
第四部分讲 职业一般是家庭传续的,如果是神职人员,孩子也会继承父业,也会做这个职业。
第五部分讲 西非很传统,家庭观念很重,认为死去的祖先也是家庭的一部分,如果有不好的事情的发生,就会认为是不孝敬祖先惹来的厄运。
第六部分讲 西非的生活习惯和地理环境有很大关系。
最后一部分讲 西非的教育。

第三篇: 出国留学与创造力


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