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2019年2月9日澳洲,新西兰,香港等亚太考区雅思A类笔试真题回忆+答案汇总
回忆1:
亚太听力
Section 1
主题提示:在转机等待的过程中采访
a survey conducting by a woman to a man in the airport
1-3)multiple choice:
1. why the man is in the airport?
A meet people     B for boarding C in transit
(he was in between flights and waited for check in)
2.the length of waiting:
A 1-2 hours B 2-3 hours C over 3 hours (the man: I have 4 hours to go)
3 what does he think of the voucher(优惠购货券)的态度?
B Unattractive(he said, for most people it is attractive, but it does not appeal to me, and the voucher can not get the cash)
4-6) multiple choice:
the facilities he interviewed man wants to get
A.cinema ( the screen is. big,接着说飞机上只有电子游戏和DVD可以看,可是他想看大荧幕的电影,所以我把这个大荧幕的电影转化成 cinema)
B electronic game center(there are only video game and DVD)
C fish tank (mention the xx fish,是说鱼的品种)
D gym
E.beds( do not have to sleep in the airport,bed是他一上来就说的想在床上睡觉)
F email(发邮件的设备email不选是因为它已经成为一般机场的 standard然后说想用他的laptop发email什么的)
7-10)completion
7 He takes the plane 20 times every year
8 He uses the word stressful enjoyable to describe his lifestyle
9 He likes taking the laptop /suit case (hand luggage on board)
10The man recommends increasing the fruit during the flight.

Section 3
主题提示:关于制作网站的
web design
21-22) Completions
Research on website users
Research method: focused on all age groups
21 People use Internet main purpose is to: save time
22 areas concerned: privacy隐私
23-30) Table completions
类别 Group
面对对象 users
field applications
Problems
family user
23 Mainly women
Exchange 24 social
information
Business
resources
People who want something different
25 To sell product or provide support
For their customers
Big corporations
Offer 26 advice 27 need to be creative
New entrepreneurs
28 offer ideas
Easily stolen
29 Net worker
Youngster who lick to share interests
30. Plan holiday
Eg. Arrangement football scheme Time

Section 4
主题提示:澳洲鳄鱼研究(听力题库还有非洲鳄鱼,亚洲鳄鱼)
Study on Australian Crocodiles
31-40)Completion (one word only)
31 this time research is special coz  the study is using satellite
32 in the past in previous studies it( test) was done with radio无线电
33 problem: always losing signals
34 they are not easily captured, as they are cautious as to avoid people
afraid of being followed by humans
35 first waited a whole week, then they follow the most direct route way home (one word)
36 tracking devices(追踪工具) are set in the head of the crocodile
37 relocate the crocodile by using a helicopter
原文:通过直升机来观察一个流域鳄鱼的数量
38 crocodile has the ability to navigate
navigation ability(更新)
39-40) Conclusions
39 the crocodile find their direction/orientation by using their sense to the sun
40 Crocodiles have same system like the birds.

回忆2:
小作文:线图
大作文:Some people say that organisations are more successful when managers and workers communicate well with each other. Other people say that there are more important factors that make organisations successful. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

回忆3:
阅读
passage  1:测谎
passage  2 蚂蚁 (Ants Could Teach Ants)

A
The ants are tiny and usually nest between rocks in the south coast of England. Transformed into research subjects at the University of Bristol, they raced along a tabletop foraging for food -and then, remarkably, returned to guide others. Time and again, followers trailed behind leaders, darting this way and that along the route, presumably to memorize land- marks. Once a follower got its bearings, it tapped the leader with its antennae, prompting the lesson to literally proceed to the next step. The ants were only looking for food but the researchers said the careful way the leaders led followers -thereby turning them into leaders in their own right -marked the Temnothorax albipennis ant as the very first example of a non-human animal exhibiting teaching behavior.
B
"Tandem running is an example of teaching, to our knowledge the first in a non-human animal, that involves bidirectional feedback between teacher and pupil," remarks Nigel Franks, professor of animal behavior and ecology, whose paper on the ant educators was published last week in the journal Nature.
C
No sooner was the paper published, of course, than another educator questioned it. Marc Hauser, a psychologist and biologist and one of the scientists who came up with the definition of teaching, said it was unclear whether the ants had learned a new skill or merely acquired new information.
D
Later, Franks took a further study and found that there were even races between leaders. With the guidance of leaders, ants could find food faster. But the help comes at a cost for the leader, who normally would have reached the food about four times faster if not hampered by a follower. This means the hypothesis that the leaders deliberately slowed down in order to pass the skills on to the followers seems potentially valid. His ideas were advocated by the students who carried out the video project with him.
E
Opposing views still arose, however. Hauser noted that mere communication of information is commonplace in the animal world. Consider a species, for example, that uses alarm calls to warn fellow members about the presence of a predator. Sounding the alarm can be costly, because the animal may draw the attention of the predator to itself. But it allows others to flee to safety. “Would you call this teaching?” wrote Hauser. “The caller incurs a cost. The naive animals gain a benefit and new knowledge that better enables them to learn about the predator’s location than if the caller had not called. This happens throughout the animal kingdom, but we don’t call it teaching, even though it is clearly transfer of information.”
F
Tim Caro, a zoologist, presented two cases of animal communication. He found that cheetah mothers that take their cubs along on hunts gradually allow their cubs to do more of the hunting -going, for example, from killing a gazelle and allowing young cubs to eat to merely tripping the gazelle and letting the cubs finish it off. At one level, such behavior might be called teaching -except the mother was not really teaching the cubs to hunt but merely facilitating various stages of learning. In another instance, birds watching other birds using a stick to locate food such as insects and so on, are observed to do the same thing themselves while finding food later.
G
Psychologists study animal behavior in part to understand the evolutionary roots of human behavior, Hauser said. The challenge in understanding whether other animals truly teach one another, he added, is that human teaching involves a “theory of mind” -teachers are aware that students don’t know something. He questioned whether Franks’s leader ants really knew that the follower ants were ignorant. Could they simply have been following an instinctive rule to proceed when the followers tapped them on the legs or abdomen? And did leaders that led the way to food -only to find that it had been removed by the experimenter -incur the wrath of followers? That, Hauser said, would suggest that the follower ant actually knew the leader was more knowledgeable and not merely following an instinctive routine itself.
H
The controversy went on, and for a good reason. The occurrence of teaching in ants, if proven to be true, indicates that teaching can evolve in animals with tiny brains. It is probably the value of information in social animals that determines when teaching will evolve rather than the constraints of brain size.
I
Bennett Galef Jr., a psychologist who studies animal behavior and social learning at McMaster University in Canada, maintained that ants were unlikely to have a “theory of mind” -meaning that leader and followers may well have been following instinctive routines that were not based on an understanding of what was happening in another ant’s brain. He warned that scientists may be barking up the wrong tree when they look not only for examples of humanlike behavior among other animals but humanlike thinking that underlies such behavior. Animals may behave in ways similar to humans without a similar cognitive system, he said, so the behavior is not necessarily a good guide into how humans came to think the way they do.


题目答案解析
1题目关键信息为 use object to locate food,对应原文第6段末句中birds watching other birds using a stick to locate food…题目中的objects'与原文的' stick'替换," local food为原词重现,对应本段的研究者名字为 Tim Caro,所以选C.
2题目关键信息为 two-way, interactive teaching.对应原文第2段第1句话中"involves bidirectional feed back以及 an example of teaching其中 two-way, interactive'均对应" bidirectional这一概念,对应本段的研究者名字为 Nigel franks,所以选A
3该信息出现在原文9段中第2句
he warned that scientists may be barking up the wrong tree when the y look not only for examples of humanlike behavior among other anima is but humanlike thinking that underlies such behavior因此,正确答案为D
4该题目信息出现于第4段中第2
with the guidance of leaders ants could food faster.:其中题目中的Ant leadership对应原文中的 guidance of leaders'因此,正确答案为A.
5该题目信息出现于原文第5段末句
.This happens throughout the animal kingdom, but we don’t call it teaching. even though it is clearly transfer of information’因此正确答案为B

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