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2019年10月10日中国大陆考区雅思A类笔试真题回忆+答案汇总
回忆1:
阅读第三篇 decisions decisions!
大作文 The best way to reduce crime is teaching parents parenting skills,do you agree or disagree.
小作文 一个乡村地图的变化
回忆2:
听力
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S4: access ,storage,warning ,dark ,boxes,circulation,stickers, bins , durable, legal
小作文地图题 大作文  青少年犯罪减少的最佳方式是父母的教育能力的提高
回忆3:
阅读
part1 language live in city or town

part2  托马斯•杨 Thomas Young The last True Know-It-All
A  
Thomas Young (1773-1829) contributed 63 articles to the Encyclopedia Britannica, including 46 biographical entries (mostly on scientists and classicists) and substantial essays on "Bridge,” "Chromatics," "Egypt," "Languages" and "Tides". Was someone who could write authoritatively about so many subjects a polymath, a genius or a dilettante? In an ambitious new biography, Andrew Robinson argues that Young is a good contender for the epitaph "the last man who knew everything." Young has competition, however: The phrase, which Robinson takes for his title, also serves as the subtitle of two other recent biographies: Leonard Warren's 1998 life of paleontologist Joseph Leidy (1823-1891) and Paula Findlen's 2004 book on Athanasius Kircher (1602-1680), another polymath.
B  
Young, of course, did more than write encyclopedia entries. He presented his first paper to the Royal Society of London at the age of 20 and was elected a Fellow a week after his 21st birthday. In the paper, Young explained the process of accommodation in the human eye on how the eye focuses properly on objects at varying distances. Young hypothesized that this was achieved by changes in the shape of the lens. Young also theorized that light traveled in waves and he believed that, to account for the ability to see in color, there must be three receptors in the eye corresponding to the three "principal colors" to which the retina could respond: red, green, violet. All these hypothesis were subsequently proved to be correct.
C
Later in his life, when he was in his forties, Young was instrumental in cracking the code that unlocked the unknown script on the Rosetta Stone, a tablet that was "found" in Egypt by the Napoleonic army in 1799. The stone contains text in three alphabets: Greek, something unrecognizable and Egyptian hieroglyphs. The unrecognizable script is now known as demotic and, as Young deduced, is related directly to hieroglyphic. His initial work on this appeared in his Britannica entry on Egypt. In another entry, he coined the term Indo-European to describe the family of languages spoken throughout most of Europe and northern India. These are the landmark achievements of a man who was a child prodigy and who, unlike many remarkable children, did not disappear into oblivion as an adult.
D
Born in 1773 in Somerset in England, Young lived from an early age with his maternal grandfather, eventually leaving to attend boarding school. He haddevoured books from the age of two, and through his own initiative he excelled at Latin, Greek, mathematics and natural philosophy. After leaving school, he was greatly encouraged by his mother's uncle, Richard Brocklesby, a physician and Fellow of the Royal Society. Following Brocklesby's lead, Young decided to pursue a career in medicine. He studied in London, following the medical circuit, and then moved on to more formal education in Edinburgh, Gottingen and Cambridge. After completing his medical training at the University of Cambridge in 1808, Young set up practice as a physician in London. He soon became a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and a few years later was appointed physician at St. George's Hospital.
E  
Young's skill as a physician, however, did not equal his skill as a scholar of natural philosophy or linguistics. Earlier, in 1801, he had been appointed to a professorship of natural philosophy at the Royal Institution, where he delivered as many as 60 lectures in a year. These were published in two volumes in 1807. In 1804 Young had become secretary to the Royal Society, a post he would hold until his death. His opinions were sought on civic and national matters, such as the introduction of gas lighting to London and methods of ship construction. From 1819 he was superintendent of the Nautical Almanac and secretary to the Board of Longitude. From 1824 to 1829 he was physician to and inspector of calculations for the Palladian Insurance Company. Between 1816 and 1825 he contributed his many and various entries to the Encyclopedia Britannica, and throughout his career he authored numerous books, essays and papers.
F  
Young is a perfect subject for a biography - perfect, but daunting. Few men contributed so much to so many technical fields. Robinson's aim is to introduce non-scientists to Young's work and life. He succeeds, providing clear expositions of the technical material (especially that on optics and Egyptian hieroglyphs). Some readers of this book will, like Robinson, find Young's accomplishments impressive; others will see him as some historians have - as a dilettante. Yet despite the rich material presented in this book, readers will not end up knowing Young personally. We catch glimpses of a playful Young, doodling Greek and Latin phrases in his notes on medical lectures and translating the verses that a young lady had written on the walls of a summerhouse into Greek elegiacs. Young was introduced into elite society, attended the theatre and learned to dance and play the flute. In addition, he was an accomplished horseman. However, his personal life looks pale next to his vibrant career and studies.
G  
Young married Eliza Maxwell in 1804, and according to Robinson, "their marriage was a happy one and she appreciated his work." Almost all we know about her is that she sustained her husband through some rancorous disputes about optics and that she worried about money when his medical career was slow to take off. Very little evidence survives about the complexities of Young's relationships with his mother and father. Robinson does not credit them, or anyone else, with shaping Young's extraordinary mind. Despite the lack of details concerning Young's relationships, however, anyone interested in what it means to be a genius should read this book.

Questions 1-7
Do the following statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage 1?
In boxes 1-6 on your answer sheet, write
TRUE if the statement is true
FALSE if the statement is false
NOT GIVEN if the information is not given in the passage
1 “The last man who knew everything” has also been claimed to other people.
2 All Young’s articles were published in Encyclopedia Britannica.
3 Like others, Young wasn't so brilliant when grew up.
4 Young's talents as a doctor are surpassing his other skills.
5 Young's advice was sought by people responsible for local and national issues.
6 Young was interested in various social pastimes.
7 Young suffered from a disease in his later years.
Questions 8-13
Answer the questions below.
Choose NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the passage for each answer.
8 How many life stories did Young write for Encyclopedia Britannica?
9 What aspect of scientific research did Young do in his first academic paper?
10 What name did Young introduce to refer to a group of languages?
11 Who inspired Young to start the medical studies?
12 Where did Young get a teaching position?
13 What contribution did Young make to London?

中文翻译:
A    我们该怎样理解托马斯•杨(1773-1829)?他是《大不列颠百科全书》中63篇文章的作者,其中包括46篇传记(大部分都是关于科学家和古典学者),和大量关于“桥” “色彩论” “埃及” “语吉” “潮汐”等的论文。一个能够写出这样多有权威性文章的人应该算是一个博学者? 一个天才?还是一个业余兴趣广泛的人呢?在一篇关于他的比较激进的传记中,Andrew Robinson 认为托马斯杨是-位强有力的竞争者能够配得这样的墓志铭“是最后一个知道任何事的人”。但是杨也要面对竞争:因为这样的传记标题Robinson不仅给了他,也作为副标题给了有关另两位学者的传记:Lenard Warren 1998年著的《古生物学家Joseph Leipy的一生》(1823-1891)以及Paula Findlen 2004年著的关于另一位博学者Athanasius Kircher(1602-1680)的传记。
B     当然杨的贡献远不止写了很多百科全书上的文章,他在20岁的时候将自己的第一篇论文自荐给伦敦皇家学会,并在他的21岁生日后被评为一周科学人物,杨在该篇论文中解释了人类眼睛的调节机制一一关于眼睛如何通过不同的距离聚焦在物体上。在后面的文章中,他更加全面地探讨了这个问题,类似牛顿,他在自己身上进行了可怕的实验用以获得相关的证据,他还得出这样的理论:光是通过“以太”分子的振动,以波的形式进行传递的,而“以太”是一种假想物质,其存在还存在争议性。他还认为为了能看见颜色,必须要有3个感应器对“三原色”进行感应,而这三种视网膜对其产生感应的颜色就是红,黄,蓝二种颜色。
C    在他人生的晚些时候,也就是40多岁的时候,杨试图破解锁在罗塞塔石碑里的未知文字密码,这个石碑是在1799年在埃及被拿破仑的军队发现的,并且从1802年起就在英国博物馆进行展出。该石碑上包含了 3种不同的字母:希腊语,不可辨识的文字以及埃及的象形文字。这种不可辨识的文字现在被认为是正如杨所推断的是很普通的,是和象形文字直接相关的。他最初有关这方面的工作首次出现在他在《大不列颠百科全书》中编纂的词条。在另一个条目中,他创造了术语“Indo-European”来描述在欧洲大部分地区以及北印度使用的语言。这些都是这是这位从小就展露科学天赋并且不像很多孩子后来江郎才尽的科学家获得的里程碑式的成就。
D   托马斯•杨出生在英国萨默塞特郡一个虔诚的教友会教徒家庭,从小和他的外公一起长大,最后去了寄宿学校。他两岁的时候就博览群书,并且自学熟练掌握了拉丁语,希腊语,数学以及哲学,在很大程度上他受到了舅舅Richard Brocklesby的鼓励,他的舅舅也是英国皇家学会的一位内科医生。在Brocklesby的引导下,杨决定要在医学方而有所建树,他曾先后在伦敦大学、爱丁堡大学和格丁根大学学习医学,多亏了Brocklesby的引荐,杨进入了英国皇家学会,他最后也打破了从小在教友会的教育,他参加戏剧演出,学习跳舞和吹笛子,此外,他还是一位杰出的马术师。在1808年结束在剑桥大学的医学学习后,杨在伦敦开了一家诊所,很快他就成为皇家内科医生学会的一员,并且几年后成为圣乔治医院的一名内科医生。
E    杨作为内科医生的医术却赶不上他作为自然哲学学者或是语言学家取得的成就,早在1801年,他已经被任命为英国皇家学会的教授,他每年要在那里举办60场的讲座。这些讲座在1807年以两本书的形式进行出版。1804年杨就已经成为英国朵家学会的秘书,而他获此殊荣直至去世。他的很多观点关注人民和国家事务,比如说在伦敦引进煤气照明和造船方法。从1819年起,他就是航海天文年历的主要负责人,也是Board of Longitude的秘书。从1824年到1829年,他担任Palladian 保险公司的精算师和内科医生。在1816年和1825年间,他为《大不列颠百科全书》编纂了许多词条,而且穷其一生著作,论文无数。
F   我们通过杨在医学课上胡乱写的希腊字母和拉丁文短语以及他将一位年轻的女士写在避暑山庄墙上的诗句翻译成挽歌可以看出他的幽默,但是他的个人生活也因为自己对工作和研究的全情投入而略显苍白。
G    他在1804年和Eliza Maxwell结婚,据Robinson所述“他们的婚姻是幸福的,因为他的夫人欣赏他的工作”。我们对于他夫人的了解仅限于她在她丈夫备受一些关于眼睛的理论方面争议的时候总是坚定地支持他,并且当他的医学生涯开始慢慢起飞的时候,她开始有些担心钱的问题。值得一提的是,杨没有被保护的人,他都是和自己的导师进行互动一一先是他的外公,后是Brocklesby一一还有先于他过失的一些伟人(其中很多是很著名的如牛顿,杨最早在17岁读了他写的书)。但是关于杨和他母亲以及父亲的关系的记述却鲜力人知,Robinson在说到杨的非凡的头脑时也并没有将其归功于他的父母,或许很难有这样的巧合:过去的天才都是由于卓越的父母教育造就的。

答案:
1.  TRUE     2.  FALSE      3.  FALSE         4.  NOT GIVEN
5.  TRUE     6.  TRUE       7. NOT GIVEN     8.  46
9.  Human eye/ human eye accomodation      10. Indo-Europea
11. Richard Brocklesby     12. Royal Institution      13. gas lighting

P3 幸福决策论  (Decision, Decision!)
A
Americans today choose among more options in more options in more parts of life than has ever been possible before. To an extent, the opportunity to choose enhances our lives. It is only logical to think that if some choice is good, more is better; people who care about having infinite options will benefit from them, and those who do not can always just ignore the 273 versions of cereal they have never tried. Yet recent research strongly suggests that, psychologically, this assumption is wrong. Although some choice is undoubtedly better than none, more is not always better than less.
B
Recent research offers insight into why many people end up unhappy rather than pleased when their options expand. We began by making a distinction between "maximizers" (those who always aim to make the best possible choice) and "satisficers" (those who aim for "good enough," whether or not better selections might be out there).
C
In particular, we composed a set of statements- the Maximization Scale—to diagnose people's propensity to maximize. Then we had several thousand people rate themselves from 1 to 7 (from "completely disagree" to "completely agree) on such statements as "I never settle for second best." We also evaluated their sense, of satisfaction with their decisions. We did not define a sharp cutoff to separate maximizers from satisficers, but in general, we think of individuals whose average scores are higher than 4 (the scale's midpoint) as maximizers and those whose scores are lower than the midpoint as satisficers. People who score highest on the test—the greatest maximisers—engage in more product comparisons than the lowest scorers, both before and after they make purchasing decisions, and they take longer to decide what to buy. When satisficers find an item that meets their standards, they stop looking. But maximizers exert enormous effort reading labels, checking out consumer magazines and trying new products. They also spend more time comparing their purchasing decisions with those of others.
D
We found that the greatest maximizers are the least happy with the fruits of their efforts. When they compare themselves with others, they get little pleasure from finding out that they did better and substantial dissatisfaction from finding out that they did worse. They are more prone to experiencing regret after a purchase, and if their acquisition disappoints them, their sense of well-being takes longer to recover. They also tend to brood or ruminate more than satisficers do.
E
Does it follow that maximizers are less happy in general than satisficers? We tested this by having people fill out a variety of questionnaires known to be reliable indicators of well-being. As might be expected, individuals with high maximization scores experienced less satisfaction with life and were less happy, less optimistic and more depressed than people with low maximization scores. Indeed, those with extreme maximization ratings had depression scores that placed them in the borderline clinical range.
F
Several factors explain why more choice is not always better than less, especially for maximizers. High among these arc "opportunity costs." The quality of any given option cannot be assessed in isolation from its alternatives. One of the “costs” of making a selection is losing the opportunities that a different option would have afforded. Thus an opportunity cost of vacationing on the beach in Cape Cod might be missing the fabulous restaurants in the Napa Valley. EARLY DECISION-MAKING RESEARCH by Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky showed that people respond much more strongly to losses than gains. If we assume that opportunity costs reduce the overall desirability of the most preferred choice, then the more alternatives there are, the deeper our sense of loss will be and the less satisfaction we will derive from our ultimate decision.
G
The problem of opportunity costs will be worse for a maximizer than for a satisficer. The latter's "good enough" philosophy can survive thoughts about opportunity costs. In addition, the "good enough" standard leads to much less searching and inspection of alternatives than the maximizer's "best" standard. With fewer choices under consideration, a person will have fewer opportunity costs to subtract.
H
Just as people fed sorrow about the opportunities they have forgone, they may also suffer regret about the option they settle on. My colleagues and I devised a scale to measure proneness to feeling regret, and we found that people with high sensitivity to regret are less happy, less satisfied with life, less optimistic and more depressed than those with low sensitivity. Not surprisingly, we also found that people with high regret sensitivity tend to be maximizers. Indeed, we think that worry over future regret is a major reason that individuals become maximizers. The only way to be sure you will not regret a decision is by making the best possible one. Unfortunately, the more options you have and the more opportunity costs you incur, the more likely you are to experience regret.
I
In a classic demonstration of the power of sunk costs, people were offered season subscriptions to a local theater company. Some were offered the tickets at frill price and others at a discount. Then the researchers simply kept track of how often the ticket purchasers actually attended the plays over the course of the season. Full-price payers were more likely to show up at performances than discount payers. The reason for this, the investigators argued, was that the full-price payers would experience more regret if they did not use the tickets because not using the more costly tickets would constitute a bigger loss. To increase sense of happiness, We can decide to restrict our options when the decision is not crucial. For example, make a rule to visit no more than two stores when shopping for clothing.
Questions 28-31
Use the information in the passage to match the category (listed A-D) with descriptions or deeds below. Write the appropriate letters A-D in boxes 28-31 on your answer sheet.
A. Maximiser
B. Satisficer
C. Both
D. Neither of them
28.  finish transaction when the items match their expectation
29.  buy the most expensive things when shopping
30.  consider repeatedly until they make final decision
31.  participate in the questionnaire of the author
Questions 32-36
Do the following statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage 3?
In boxes 32-36 on your answer sheet, write
TRUE if the statement is true
FALSE if the statement is false
NOT GIVEN if the information is not given in the passage
32.  With the society's advancement, more chances make our lives better and happier.
33.  There is difference of findings by different gender classification.
34.  The feeling of loss is greater than that of acquisition.
35.  'Good enough' plays a more significant role in pursuing "best' standards of maximizer.
36.  There are certain correlations between the "regret" people and the maximizers.
Questions 37-40
Choose the correct letter, A, B, C, or D.
Write your answers in boxes 37-40 on your answer sheet
37 What is the subject of this passage?
A.    regret makes people less happy
B.     choices and Well-being
C.    an interesting phenomenon
D.    advices on shopping
38 According to conclusion of questionnaires, which of the following statement is correct?
A.    maximizers are less happy
B.    state of being optimistic is important
C.   uncertain results arc found.
D.   maximizers tend to cross bottom line
39 The experimental on theater tickets suggested:
A.    sales are different according to each season
B.    people like to spend on the most expensive items
C.    people feel depressed if they spend their vouchers
D.   people will feel regret more when they fail to use a higher price purchase
40 What is author's suggestion on how to increase happiness:
A.   focus the final decision
B.   be sensitive and smart
C.   reduce the choice or option
D.   read label carefully

答案与解析
27 根据题目细节信息“Gordian knot “定位于原文段落A段最后一句“Ever since, the notion of a 'Gordian solution' has referred to the attractiveness of a simple answer to an otherwise intractable(棘手的,难处理的) problem.”原文说自此之后高迪姆之结就被用于“快刀斩乱麻”的语境之中。因此选项B的意思与原文内容相对应,因此正确答案为B。
28 根据题目细节信息“conflict model”“Janis and Mann”定位于原文“In particular, the ‘conflict model' of decision making proposed by psychologists Irving Janis and Leon Mann in their 1977 book, Dicision Making, argued that a complex decision making process is essential for guarding individuals and groups from the peril of 'group-think'(团体迷思). Decisions made without through canvassing(canvass v. 仔细讨论), surveying, weighing(weigh v. 权衡,称量), examing and reexaming relevant information and options(选择) would be suboptimal(optimal最佳的,sub-次一等的) and often disastrous(灾难性的).这里面提到了“冲突模式”然后在1977年还出了一本书,提出在缺少游说、调查、权衡、检查、复查相关信息和可用选项的一系列过程而做出的决定将不会是最优的选择甚至会是灾难性的后果。换句话说:就是说所有重要的因素都考虑。因此对应选项为B。
29 根据题目细节信息“Malcolm Gladwell”定位于原文(C 段第二句)
“In fact, a growing body of work suggests that in many situations simple 'snap' (突然的,迅速的)decisions will be routinely superior to more complex ones - an idea that gained widespread public appeal with Malcolm Gladwell's best-selling book Blink(2005).”这里面说“在突发的情况下,做简单的决策优于复杂的决策”。也就说在突发的情况下,做决策要快比较好。“snap”与选项C中的quickly相对应,因此,正确答案为C。
30 利用顺序原则定位于原文(D段第二句)
An article by Ap Dijksterhuis of the University of Amsterdam and his colleagues,…In short,complex decisions overrun our cognitive power.这里面说“AP和他的同事有一篇论文“正确决断”:最后得出的观点是并且总结了这个观点“简言之,做复杂的决定时(考虑的太多)会超出我们的一个认知判断。那么换句话说“想得太多超多了认知判断,产生的决策效果也一定是不理想的”因此,对应题目B选项“在做复杂的任务时深思熟虑可能会造成消极的(不好的)的影响。”因此 ,正确答案为B。
31利用题目细节信息“Dijkesterhuis’s car study ”定位于E段中间部分“…either four attributes(a simple task)or 12 attributes(a complex task).Among participants who considered four attributes,those who were allowed to engaged in undistracted deliberative thought did better at discriminating between the best and worst cars.”这段话分了两种任务,第一种是简单任务4个特性,第二种是复杂任务12个特性,题目问的是简单任务,那么我们只看第一种任务,原文中说的是“在参考四个特性的参加者中,在不被打扰且能专注思考的环境中的参加者在辨别优胜劣车上表现更好”对应题目选项D“在(条件)允许全神贯注的情况下,可以更好的做出更好的选择”因此,正确答案为D。
32-33题 利用题目细节信息“Using clothing and furniture as examples”定位于原文段落F段“shoppers who bought with little conscious deliberation felt less happy with their simple clothing purchase but happier with the complex furniture purchases.原文中说了 购买衣服和家具,并且将衣服比作简单的决定,家具作为复杂的决定,这可以理解为:购物者在买衣服时不假思索的去买衣服时(比深思熟虑后购买衣服的人)感受到更少的乐趣(也就是不太满意),但同样情况(不假思索的购物者)去买家具时(复杂决定时),(情况突变)会变得很满意比(深思熟虑购买家具的人),换言之:在做简单决策时,深思熟虑会更能让人达到快乐的效果。但在做复杂决策时,想的太多反倒让人觉得很糟。接下来我们看一下32题,人们花费更多的时间在购买衣服上会很容易得到满足。因此正确答案为A。33题,在购买家具时,购买者如果不想的太多会做出怎样的购买决定,显而易见是更好的购买决定,因此,正确答案为D。
34-35题 题目说在不假思索时,对于做出什么决策时最好的。答案是复杂的决策。Complex 代表原文中的“furniture”购买家具时的决策。【这个结论只用于在购买衣服和家具这个事例中】。35题 题目问作者解释了D这个人表面———,但(其实)这是真的。定位于原文D段末句“The seemingly counterintuitive conclusion is that although conscious thought enhances simple decision,”原文中seemingly(表面)与题目“apparently”中相对应,因此,正确答案为counterintuitive。
36 利用题目细节信息“Dijksterhuis’s”“existing political”“management theories”定位于原文H段第一句“This radical inference contradicts standard political and managerial theory”原文中说的是“contradicts”相反,与题目意思相反,因此,正确答案为NO。
37 利用“deliberation without attention”定位于F段最后一句话“Deliberation without attention actually produced better results as the decisions became more complex”但原文中也并未提及题目中的“some politicial leaders seem to”,而原文H段最后一句说道”Indeed,one suspects many of our political leaders already embrance this wisdom”,没有提及到“Deliberation without attention actually produced better results as the decisions became more complex”,因此,这部分内容在原文中无法进行判断。因此,正确答案为NOT GIVEN。
38在原文中找不到相对应的内容,因此正确答案为NOT GIVEN。
39 利用题目细节信息“political errors” “own political beliefs”,定位于J段末句“the issue here is that when political decision makers make mistakes,it is their politics,or the relation between their politics and our own, rather than psychology which is at fault.”这句话说的意思是:当政治决策者犯错误时,这是他们的政治理念,或者是他们的政治理念与我们之间的关系,而不是心理学的问题。题目内容与原文相符,因此,正确答案为YES。
40 YES 【答案有更新】
回忆4:
听力
Section 1 暑期兼职工作咨询
题型:填空
1-10 填空
1. Difficulty: moderate
2. park with a good view
3. pool under the waterfall
4. museum in the central town
5. can see lots of flowers
6. cafe and seafood
7. you can take the No. 279 bus directly there.
8. today is weekday so the last bust time is 5.30 pm
9. you will get off the bus at the bridge stop
10. you will get a map after buying the family ticket

Section 2 参观美术馆
题型:选择+地图
11-15 地图题
11. when was this art gallery open to the public?
C. The year 1888
12. the former owner of the art gallery wanted it to be
C. the oil painting
13. the biggest capital from donation funded by
A. local government
14. what will be open to the public
B. sculpture garden
15. visits attention:
A. tickets should be used at a certain time
16-20 地图题
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16. multimedia room: E
17. Tea house: A
18. the web room: B
19. cafe: C
20. shop: D

Section 3 学生和老师讨论家具公司
题型:单选+多选
21-26 单选
21. what the company does
C. specialized in XXX products
22. How did company W get involved in this department?
B. news of article about academic business
23. what is the methodology of research?
A. check the account
24. why did students choose the face-to-face interview
C. less disturbance
25. how do they think the software?
A. hard to predict
26. what is the supervisor's view on the results of their questionnaire?
B. it was above average
27-30 多选
27-28. what influence does the new software bring to the company?
C. extra staff
E. cut labor cost

29-30. how do the customers react to the new software?
C. more involvement in the design
E. save time

Section 4 城市市政交通规划
31-40 填空
31. buildings affect pedestrian access instead of traffic most
32. take into account of the storage/parking
33. set up enough warning signs
34. signpost in the dark area must be obvious
35. some cameras were applied in the past, now boxes for security are installed
36. city planning aims to improve the traffic circulation
37. remove the graffiti and stickers
38. bins shoule be well arranged
39. all furniture in the street must be durable
40. introduction of regulation and legal requirement
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