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2019年7月20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:
日本
听力:
女儿上课外兴趣班,
照片展和评委介绍,
两个学生的地理调研,
北非的民族。

阅读:
第一篇:恐龙
第二篇:讲艺术作品
第三篇:.别人对自己的评价和自己对自己的评价

小作文是表格题讲的几个国家高中老师薪水变化
大作文是现在的媒体集中报道坏的消息很少报道发展成就会不会对人们造成不好的影响
回忆2:
阅读
1.恐龙
2.雕塑和写生画画
3.别人对自己的评价和自己对自己的评价

写作
1.小作文图表 各个国家老师的工资
2.大作文 媒体报道突发状况和问题是否对个人和社会有害
回忆3:
听力
  Section1舞蹈培训班
1-3) Multiple choices
1. the teacher praise student Emma for
A good performance in public show公演
B set examples to others Emma在学校表演好,给其他问学做了榜样 role model
C get start quickly good adaptability她适应得很快
2 why did the course need to change time
A falling enrollment enrollment is too much
B size of the classroom注册的人太多了,地方 room limited不够大了
C availability of music room music room is not available
3 new class begins at?
A3:15pm B415pm C 4:45pm(原来的是3:15,女的说了 a quarter to5,男的说那个时间没空。女的说只有这个时间,男的说好吧)
4-6 matching: What is the reason that Emma cannot have the course?
A The course is full
B The course fee is too expensive
C She has another activity at that ti
D She has another activity at that evening
4 dance class-A原文说 I have to put you in the waiting list
5 singing class-D Emma has drama class on Friday evenings, it is too late in the evening晚上就会很晚回家
6 vocal class-B老师说Emma唱歌很好听,男人说太贵了
7-10) Completion
7 Teach children to play instruments and to write music

(compose music. at last, performance music, having lot of fun
8 Course fee: S85(包含多加exta25)
9 Emma can start at:14th September原文7th September干扰,因为女的说这是该课程的开始时间,父亲就说Emma有特殊情况,所以只能在14th September才能开始
10老师 Teacher:. Jamal Curtis(会拼出来,很慢)

Section 2
主题提示:关于画廊的,是讲一个摄影比赛
It's about an art gallery, and a photography competition.
11-13)Sentence completion
It is mainly talking about photograph theme and exhibition area.
What is it called in international program: Open gallery
12.What is the theme of this competition: On the street
13.In theatre foyer= lobby there was an exhibition *****(map), but this year we will expand our scald(规模扩大, it will be in theater foyer
14-20) Table Filling
Introduction of3 judges background.3位评委的料

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Section 3 geography field trip
21.why chose this geographical site?
A.Unique island
B.Accessible(easy to access)
C.Unstudied rock
22.what are they going to visit?
A.harbor(bay)
B.Rock
C.soil
23, xxxxxxxxx
cannot differentiate man-made weather
24.what is the most useful
A.previous reports
B.Xx
C.Information on the website
25-26 what are the two mistakes in the research
A.messy draft(not perfect but ok)
B.lighting
C.didn’t calculate the scale of the map
D. No marks
E.no record of when and where (time and locations)
27-28 what two suggestions for followers
A. Properly guide interviewees
B. Prepare options in advance
C.fully explain the purpose
D.record personal opinions
E.schedule
29-30
A.check terminology
B check notes every night(review notes every evening)
D.organized



Section 4 非洲游牧民族  African tribes
31.they move across deserts and mountains
32.they nave different kinds of ethnics include seasonal
33.they plant fruit, vegetables and cook with olive oil
34.when they move they also take some animals along
35.they move houses by camels
36.they are the descendents of slave
37.their tents are made of grass leaves and palm leaf mats when they don’t have goat-skin
38.they are called blue men because they are wearing dark blue veils
39.men discuss import event in the center square of the village
40.Nowadays some of them are granted by the government as guides of is the area

回忆4:
小作文
The table below shows the salaries of secondary/high school teachers in2009. Describe the main features of the figure.
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大作文
the tendency of the news report in the media to focus on problems and emergency rather than positive development is harmful to the individual and society Agree or disagree
回忆5:
阅读
第一篇:霸王龙(T-Rex Hunter)
原文:
A
   Jack Horner is an unlikely academic: his dyslexia is so bad that he has trouble reading a book. But he can read the imprint of life in sandstone or muddy shale across a distance of 100 years, and it is this gift that has made him curator of palaeontology at Montana State University’s Museum of the Rockies, the leader of a multi-million dollar scientific project to expose a complete slice of life 68 million years ago, and a consultant to Steven Spielberg and other Hollywood figures.
B
  His father had a sand and gravel quarry in Montana, and the young Horner was a collector of stones and bones, complete with notes about when and where he found them. “My father had owned a ranch when he was younger, in Montana,” he says. “He was enough of a geologist, being a sand and gravel man, to have a pretty good notion that they were dinosaur bones. So when I was eight years old he took me back to the area that had been his ranch, to where he had seen these big old bones. I picked up one. I am pretty sure it was the upper arm bone of a duckbilled dinosaur: it probably wasn’t a duckbilled dinosaur but closely related to that. I catalogued it, and took good care of it, and then later when I was in high school, excavated my first dinosaur skeleton. It obviously started earlier than eight and I literally have been driven ever since. I feel like I was born this way.”
C
  Horner spent seven years at university, but never graduated. “I have a learning disability, I would call it a learning difference — dyslexia, they call it — and I just had a terrible time with English and foreign languages and things like that. For a degree in geology or biology they required two years of a foreign language. There was no way in the world I could do that. In fact, I didn’t really pass English. So I couldn’t get a degree, I just wasn’t capable of it. But I took all of the courses required and I wrote a thesis and I did all sorts of things. So I have the education, I just don’t have the piece of paper.” he says.
D
  “We definitely know we are working on a very broad coastal plain with the streams and rivers bordered by conifers and hardwood plants, and the areas in between these rivers were probably fern-covered. There were no grasses at all: just ferns and bushes — an unusual landscape, kind of taking the south-eastern United States — Georgia, Florida — and mixingit with the moors of England and flattening it out,” he says. “Triceratops is very common: they are the cows of the Cretaceous, they are everywhere. Duckbilled dinosaurs are relatively common but not as common as triceratops and T-rex, for a meat-eating dinosaur, is very common. What we would consider the predator-prey ratio seems really off the scale.What is interesting is the little dromaeosaurs, the ones we know for sure were good predators,are haven’t been found.”
E
  That is why he sees T-rex not as the lion of the Cretaceous savannah but its vulture. “Look at the wildebeest that migrate in the Serengeti of Africa, a million individuals lose about 200,000 individuals in that annual migration. There is a tremendous carrion base there. And so you have hyenas, you have tremendous numbers of vultures that are scavenging,you don’t have all that many animals that are good predators. If T-rex was a top predator,especially considering how big it is, you’d expect it to be extremely rare, much rarer than the little dromaeosaurs, and yet they are everywhere, they are a dime a dozen,” he says. A 12-tonne T-rex is a lot of vulture, but he doesn’t see the monster as clumsy. He insisted his theory and finding, dedicated to further research upon it, of course, he would like to reevaluate if there is any case that additional evidence found or explanation raised by others in the future.
F
  He examined the leg bones of the T-rex, and compared the length of the thigh bone (upper leg) to the shin bone (lower leg). He found that the thigh bone was equal in length or slightly longer than the shin bone, and much thicker and heavier, which proves that the animal was built to be a slow walker rather than fast running. On the other hand, the fossils of fast hunting dinosaurs always showed that the shin bone was longer than the thigh bone.This same truth can be observed in many animals of today which are designed to run fast: the ostrich, cheetah, etc.
G
  He also studied the fossil teeth of the T-rex, and compared them with the teeth of the Velociraptor, and put the nail in the coffin of the “hunter T-rex theory”. The Velociraptor’s teeth which like stake knifes: sharp, razor-edged, and capable of tearing through flesh with ease. The T-rex’s teeth were huge, sharp at their tip, but blunt, propelled by enormous jaw muscles, which enabled them to only crush bones.
H
  With the evidence presented in his documentary, Horner was able to prove that the idea of the T-rex as being a hunting and ruthless killing machine is probably just a myth. In light of the scientific clues he was able to unearth, the T-rex was a slow, sluggish animal which had poor vision, an extraordinary sense of smell, that often reached its “prey” after the real hunters were done feeding, and sometimes it had to scare the hunters away from a corpse.In order to do that, the T-rex had to have been ugly, nasty-looking, and stinky. This is actually true of nearly all scavenger animals. They are usually vile and nasty looking.
  Questions 1-7
  Do the following statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage 1?
  In boxes 1-7 on your answer sheet, write
  TRUE if the statement agrees with the information
  FALSE if the statement contradicts the information
  NOT GIVEN if there is no information in this passage
  1 Jack Horner knew exactly that the bone picked up in his father’s ranch belonged to a certain dinosaur when he was at the age of 8.
  2 Jack Horner achieved a distinctive degree in university when he graduated.
  3 Jack Horner believes that the number of prey should be more than that of predators.
  4 T-rex’s number is equivalent to the number of vulture in the Serengeti.
  5 The hypothesis that T-rex is the top predator conflicts with the fact of predator-prey ratio which Jack found.
  6 Jack Horner refused to accept any other viewpoints about T-rex’s theory.
  7 Jack Horner is the first man that discovered T-rex’s bones in the world.
  Questions 8-13
  Complete the sentences below.
  Choose NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from the passage for each answer.
  Write your answers in boxes 8-13 on your answer sheet.
  Jack Horner found that T-rex’s 8 __________ is shorter than the thigh bone,which demonstrates that it was actually a 9 __________, unlike other swift animals such as ostrich or 10 ____________ that was built to 11 ____________.Another explanation supports his idea is that T-rex’s teeth were rather 12 ____________, which only allowed T-rex to 13 ____________ hard bones instead of tearing flesh like Velociraptor.
答案:
1. TRUE   2.FALSE     3.NOT GIVEN    4.TRUE    5.NOT GIVEN
6.TRUE   7.FALSE    8.shin bone    9. slow walker   10.cheetah
11.run fast    12.blunt    13.crush

第二篇:钢铁艺术  Art in Lron and Steel
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答案:
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第三篇:自我和他人评价
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