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2019年7月18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:
韩国大作文person who read for pleasure have more  developed imagination and language skills than person who watch TV
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回忆2:
亚太
小作文线图
大作文看电视好还是读书好
回忆3:
小作文:线图
大作文:Some people believe that people who read books can develop more imagination and language skills than those who prefer to watch TV. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

回忆4:
听力
S1 一个男的咨询一个女的关于一个exhibition
1. Date (for private visitors): 25th June (26th for business)
Content of theExhibition
2. Demonstrationsof special computers
3. Opportunities for people to usethe products
Clinics for thosewho need expert advice
4. Bring prepared questions
5. And specifications for computer hardware
6. Best way to book: On the Internet
7. Fee (for general public): £210 (£180 for members)
Venue:
8. Name of Building: Skydome
Address: MapleAvenue, Toronto
9. Best to go by: Subway
Admission(入场费): No charge
10. No camerasallowed
For furtherinformation: Contact Linsey Murray

S2 书店介绍
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1. C (中间书架的后面)
2. F (Cushion, 进门左边)
3. D (computer, 右边两排长书架中间)
4. A (Cafe Bar, 电梯旁边)
5. H (Newspaper, 右边第二个)
6. C (有一个好环境或是让人们留在这)
7. B (儿童读物在最高层)
8. B有人认为选Nursing那项,也就是B, 也有人认为选C
9. A (让人们多买书)
10. C (想在公共场合读自己的诗)

S3 待补充
S4 穴居动物
The cave ecosystem in which troglobites reside can be divided in to 4 zones: . entrance, twilight, transition and deep cave.
  31.Troglobites often have very low metabolisms to survive in a low oxygen environment where food is scarce because of their low metabolisms and sedentary life styles
  32.1st animal live near cave entrance. Temperature is important
  33.2nd animal live inside the caves. main factors: food supply, temperature and humidity.
  34.They sometimes eat eggs
  35.3rd animal live outside the caves affected by disease
  36.Floodwater can be detrimental to troglobites species. Extreme winter temperatures are also intolerable.
  37.Bird and bats in caves prey on troglobites.
  38.Humans also pose a threat to them.
  39.Pesticides and sewage from cities poison troglobites communities.
  40.Scientific cave explorations can also harm these creatures.
回忆5:
阅读
Section1:Shales Fossil
Section2:昆虫
Section3 :  Government with experiment

回忆6:
阅读
第一篇:笑的起源(the origins of laughter
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答案解析:
1 B
【原文参考依据--D段7-9行】Elke Zimmerman,...Using sound spectrographs to reveal the pitch and intensity of vocalizations, she discovered that chimp and human baby laughter follow broadly the same pattern.实验发现大猩猩和婴儿的笑声的循环大致是相同的频率。题目中说produce similar sounds...产生相似的声音 得出答案。
2 D
【原文参考依据--E段末句】So far, though, the most compelling evidence for laughter beyond primates comes form research done by Jaak Panksepp from Bowling Green State University, Ohio, into thultrasonic chirps procuced by rats during play and in response to tickling.
3 A
【原文参考依据--F段末尾】By engaging in a bout of tickling, we put ourselves at the mercy of another individual, and laughing is a singal that we laughter is what makes it a reliable signal of trust according to Tom Flamson,.....
4 C
【原文参考依据--B段3-5行】Provine found that most laughter comes as a polite reaction to everyday remarks such as 'see you later', rather than anything particularly funny.
5 B
【原文参考依据--D段末尾】Zimmerman believes the closeness of baby laughter to chimp laughter supports the idea that laughter was around long before humans arrived on the scene.
6 C
【原文参考依据--B段首句】There is no doubt that laughing typical involves groups of people. 'Laughter evolved as a signal to others--it almost disappears when we are alone,' says Robert Provine....
7 – 10
7 I
【原文参考依据--C段首句】To find the origins of laughter, Provine believes we need to look at play. He points out that the masters of laughing are children, and nowhere is their talent more obvious than in the boisterous antics, and the origianl context is play.
8 C
【原文参考依据--E段第二句】Human and chimps share a common ancestorthat lived perhaps 8 million years ago, but animals might have been laughing long before that. share a common ancestor说明有相同的根源。
9 G
【原文参考依据--E段末句】So far, though, the most compelling evidence for laughter beyond primates comes form research done by Jaak Panksepp from Bowling Green State University, Ohio, into th ultrasonic chirps procuced by rats during play and in response to tickling.
10 E
【原文参考依据--F段末尾】By engaging in a bout of tickling, we put ourselves at the mercy of another individual, and laughing is a singal that we laughter is what makes it a reliable signal of trust according to Tom Flamson,.....
原文见F段第1句话,中间倒数第8行 ,就有原词 tosignal trust ;F段倒数第五行后面 a reliable signal of trust 很容易漏掉 ;很多人不理解 confidence 其实本意就有 “自信,相信,信任的意思”
11-13
11 NOT GIVEN
【原文参考依据--A】
原文的第一段,“men tend to laugh longer.... when men are present”
原文中 女性和男性在一起时 提到会笑得更多和更加音高 ;11题提干是laugh more,对应B段中tend to laugh。原文已经表明了女性的laugh的倾向性是when men are 而present;而原文明显只说男性在和其余男性在一起时笑的longer and harder,但是否laugh more(more 指的是 次数和频度)无法判断~~女性也同理可得~~
B段倒数几句书说Man tend to laugh longer and harder when they are with other man ,这句是说男人和男人在一起的时候笑的更久和更大,但是不是说笑的更多。Women tend to laugh more and at higher pitch when men are present ,就是说女人在男人前笑的更多而且也更高音调,但是没说和女性在一起时是否笑的更多
12 TRUE
【原文参考依据-G】
原文 G段最后一句,“while other animals pants....sound of laughter" 只有人类才能更好的控制气息来创造独特的笑声。文章G段。开头就说了,我们从没见过动物笑,后面解释,是因为没有我们人这么独一无二的对呼吸的控制。也就是肺好。
13 NOT GIVEN

第二篇:寒冷天气财富 (wealth in cold climate)
A
  Dr William Masters was reading a book about mosquitoes when inspiration struck. “There was this anecdote about the great yellow fever epidemic that hit Philadelphia in 1793,” Masters recalls. “This epidemic decimated the city until the first frost came.” The inclement weather froze out the insects, allowing Philadephia to recover.
  B
  If weather could be the key to a city's fortunes. Masters thought, then why not to the historical fortunes of nations? And could frost lie at the heart of one of the most enduring economic mysteries of all - why are almost all the wealthy, industrialised nations to be found at latitudes above 40 degrees? After two years of research, he thinks that he has found a piece of the puzzle. Masters, an agricultural economist from PurdueUniversity in Indiana, and Margaret McMillan at Tufts University, Boston, show that annual frosts are among the factors that distinguish rich nations from poor ones. Their study is published this month in the Journal of Economic Growth. The pair speculates that cold snaps have two main benefits — they freeze pests that would otherwise destroy crops, and also freeze organisms, such as mosquitoes, that carry disease. The result is agricultural abundance and a big workforce.
  C
  The academics took two sets of information. The first was average income for countries, the second climate data from the University of East Anglia. They found a curious tally between the sets. Countries having five or more frosty days a month are uniformly rich; those with fewer than five are impoverished. The authors speculate that the five-day figure is important; it could be the minimum time needed to kill pests in the soil. Masters says: "For example, Finland is a small country that is growing quickly, but Bolivia is a small country that isn't growing at all. Perhaps climate has something to do with that." In fact, limited frosts bring huge benefits to farmers. The chills kill insects or render them inactive; cold weather slows the break-up of plant and animal material in the soil, allowing it to become richer; and frosts ensure a build-up of moisture in the ground for spring, reducing dependence on seasonal rains. There are exceptions to the "cold equals rich" argument. There are well-heeled tropical countries such as Hong Kong and Singapore (both city-states, Masters notes), a result of their superior trading positions. Likewise, not all European countries are moneyed — in the former communist colonies, economic potential was crushed by politics.
  D
  Masters stresses that climate will never be the overriding factor — the wealth of nations is too complicated to be attributable to just one factor. Climate, he feels, somehow combines with other factors - such as the presence of institutions, including governments, and access to trading routes - to determine whether a country will do well. Traditionally, Masters says, economists thought that institutions had the biggest effect on the economy, because they brought order to a country in the form of, for example, laws and property rights. With order, so the thinking went, came affluence. "But there are some problems that even countries with institutions have not been able to get around," he says. "My feeling is that, as countries get richer, they get better institutions. And the accumulation of wealth and improvement in governing institutions are both helped by a favourable environment, including climate."
  E
  This does not mean, he insists, that tropical countries are beyond economic help and destined to remain penniless. Instead, richer countries should change the way in which foreign aid is given. Instead of aid being geared towards improving governance, it should be spent on technology to improve agriculture and to combat disease. Masters cites one example: "There are regions in India that have been provided with irrigation - agricultural productivity has gone up and there has been an improvement in health." Supplying vaccines against tropical diseases and developing crop varieties that can grow in the tropics would break the poverty cycle.
  F
  Other minds have applied themselves to the split between poor and rich nations, citing anthropological, climatic and zoological reasons for why temperate nations are the most affluent. In 350BC, Aristotle observed that "those who live in a cold climate ... are full of spirit". Jared Diamond, from the University of California at Los Angeles, pointed out in his book Guns, Genus and Steel that Eurasia is broadly aligned east-west, while Africa and the Americas are aligned north-south. So, in Europe, crops can spread quickly across latitudes because climates are similar. One of the first domesticated crops, einkorn wheat, spread quickly from the Middle East into Europe; it took twice as long for corn to spread from Mexico to what is now the eastern United States. This easy movement along similar latitudes in Eurasia would also have meant a faster dissemination of other technologies such as the wheel and writing, Diamond speculates. The region also boasted domesticated livestock, which could provide meat, wool and motive power in the fields. Blessed with such natural advantages, Eurasia was bound to take off economically.
  G
  John Gallup and Jeffrey Sachs, two US economists, have also pointed out striking correlations between the geographical location of countries and their wealth. They note that tropical countries between 23.45 degrees north and south of the equator are nearly all poor. In an article for the Harvard International Review, they concluded that “development surely seems to favour the temperate-zone economies, especially those in the northern hemisphere, and those that have managed to avoid both socialism and the ravages of war". But Masters cautions against geographical determinism, the idea that tropical countries are beyond hope: "Human health and agriculture can be made better through scientific and technological research," he says, "so we shouldn't be writing off these countries. Take Singapore: without air conditioning, it wouldn't be rich."
  Questions 14-20
  The reading passage has seven paragraphs, A-G
  Choose the correct heading for paragraphs A-G from the list below.
  Write the correct number, i-xi, in boxes 14-20 on your answer sheet.
  List of Headings
  i. The positive correlation between climate and country
  ii. The wealth influenced by other factors besides climate
  iii. The inspiration from reading a book
  iv. Other researcher results still do not rule out exceptional cases.
  v. Eruasia has different attributes with Africa
  vi. Low temperature may benefit people and crop
  vii. The traditional view reflecting the importance of institution.
  viii. The best result to use aid which makes a difference
  ix. The spread of crop in European and other courtiers
  x. confusions and exceptional cases such as Singapore
  14. Paragraph A
  15. Paragraph B
  16. Paragraph C
  17. Paragraph D
  18. Paragraph E
  19. Paragraph F
  20. Paragraph G
  Questions 21-26
  Summary
  Complete the following summary of the paragraphs of Reading Passage, using no more than two words from the Reading Passage for each answer. Write your answers in boxes 21-26 on your answer sheet.
  Dr William Master read a book saying that a (an) 21 which struck an American city of Philadelphia hundreds years ago, had been terminated by a cold frost. And academics found that there is a positive contribution of a certain period of cold days to economic success as in the small country of 22 ;Yet besides excellent surroundings and climate, one country need to improve both their economy and 23 to achieve long prosperity.
  Thanks to resembling weather condition across latitude, the whole continent of 24 enjoys faster spread of its uniformity in many economic factors. Also the crop such as 25 is bound to spread faster than those countries aligned from South America to the North. William Master finally pointed out though geographical factors are important but tropical country such as 26 still become rich due to scientific advancement.

答案:
14.iii     15.vi      16.i     17.ii     18.viii       19.ix
20. iv       21.(yellow-fever) epidemic         22.Finland
23.Governing institution/administrative system/government
24.Eurasia       25.Einkorn Wheat     26.Singapore

第三篇:少数语言的研究
回忆7:
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