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2020年7月25日,7月23日中国大陆考区雅思A类笔试真题回忆+答案汇总
回忆1:
7.23大陆
小作文:沙丘形成的流程图;
大作文:Films and computer games containing violence are popular. Some people say they have negative effect on society and should be banned. Others say they are just harmless relaxation. Discuss both views and give your own opinion?
回忆2:
阅读
第一篇服装的作用
第二篇::人类与音乐
第三篇:延迟摄影和高速摄影

回忆3:
阅读
第一篇是衣服对于人类不同的角色以及影响一类的
第二篇是音乐给人的生理心理影响
第三篇是延时摄影和高速摄像机
回忆4:
7月25 阅读
一篇是关于鸟的歌声,一篇是ingenuity,第一篇好像是什么plastic相关的
大作文是thrownaway society 要分析其成因和带来的影响
回忆5:
大作文“政府不应该在国内有人失业或无家可归的情况下参与国际救助”  agree or disagree
小作文三张表,
回忆6:
大作文:
Government should not spend money on international aid to the disadvantage people(unemployed homeless)in their country. To what extent you agree or disagree?
小作文: The tables below show the questionnaire about opinions of club members and general pulblics for the new theater in one town in 2012
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回忆7:
听力
S1 有个人的laptop在火车上被损,申请保险
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S4美洲阿拉斯加移民
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回忆8:
阅读
第一篇:各种材料
第二篇:鸟类声音
第二篇:ingenuity

小作文:剧院观众满意度调查表
大作文:同意与否
Some people think the government should not spend on international aid because there are disadvantaged people in their country, such as the unemployed and homeless. Do you agree or disagree?
回忆9:
听力
Part 1 保险索赔
题型:填空
1. Policy number: WX7174T
2. date of birth: 30th April
3. 电脑价值:560 dollars
4. 在Compucan购买的
5. 主要是family use
6. 电脑的keyboard坏了
7. claimed last year: bike
8. 电脑坏的时候,他在train
9. 电脑放在seat
10. 需要找售后出一份report

Part 2 运动中心开业
题型:选择+匹配
11-16 选择
11. what purpose forthis activity/new course?
C. Celebrate the opening of the dance studio
12. What day is the most popular day for this centre?
B. Weekday evenings
13. How can guests get a discount?
A. Book in advance
14. What is the special offer?
A. Free training hour with a coach
15. Why did they win an award?
C. offering professional advisers
16. Why did some guests finally quit?
B. did not share experience among friends
17-20 匹配
17.General training: B. the leg strength
18.Weight training: D. better concentration
19.Aerobic training: A. release stress
20.Squash: E. quick react

Part 3 新发明的讨论
题型:匹配+选择
21-26 匹配
6种创新与其特点
21. energy harvest: G. used in small electric equipment
22. thin-film solar panel: F. can be manufactured economically
23. sports shoes: C. technology from space
24. wind turbine: A. meets energy demand globally
25. hi-tech fruit package: D. improve their quality
26. Electric sportscar: B. better appearance
27-30 选择
27. Svalbard global seed Vault in the North Pole innovation’s feature?
A. store the seeds and kept them stable
28. who can use these seeds?
C. countries that buried seeds in them
29. man said why he can not do this presentation
A. he has limited knowledge
30. why not take this innovation as the topic of their presentation
C. money can be used in better ways

Part 4 美洲阿拉斯加的先民
题型:填空
31-40 填空
31. The land is usually not covered with ice
32. The U.S. people follow animals to migrate there
33. DNA analysis of remains of teeth
34. Because of extreme weather, few of the immigrant can survive
35. Because of limitation is sailing boats they cannot migrate
36. They brought nine sea plants
37. Resources for … and weapons
38. because of climate/weather change
39. people lack navigational skills
40. the strong current of Japan sea.
回忆10:
阅读
Passage1:各种材料的应用
Passage2:why birds sing
Passage3:The Ingenuity Gap

小作文:
共有3个表格,展示了2012年观众对剧院的满意度调查。
大作文:政府的国际救助问题
Some people believe that the government should not spend money on International aid when they have their own disadvantaged people like homeless and unemployed. Do you agree or disagree?
回忆11:
听力
Section 1   笔记本损坏赔偿
Policy number:1.wx717435t
Email address:asmith@fastmail.com
Date of birth:2. 30 April 1972
Claims made in recent 3 years:he lost a 3.bike
Claim to make this time:a laptop
Shop branch name:4.compucan
Current value of the item:5.560
Damage description:6. keyboard is broken
Usage:for 7 .family
He was on the 8. train during rush hour
The laptop was dropped off from the 9.seat
Action to take
Need to bring a 10.report from a laptop dealer

Section 2 运动中心开业(选择+匹配)            
11. what purpose for this activity/new course?
C. Celebrate the opening of the dance studio
12. What day is the most popular day for this centre?
B. Weekday evenings
13. How can guests get a discount?
A. Book in advance
14. What is the special offer?
A. Free training hour with a coach
15. Why did they win an award?
C. offering professional advisers
16. Why did some guests finally quit?
B. did not share experience among friends
17.General training: B. the leg strength
18.Weight training: D. better concentration
19.Aerobic training: A. release stress
20.Squash: E. quick react

Section 3 新发明的讨论(匹配+选择)
21. energy harvest: G. used in small electric equipment
22. thin-film solar panel: F. can be manufactured economically
23. sports shoes: C. technology from space
24. wind turbine: A. meets energy demand globally
25. hi-tech fruit package: D. improve their quality
26. Electric sports car: B. better appearance
27. Svalbard global seed Vault in the North Pole innovation’s feature?
A. store the seeds and kept them stable
28. who can use these seeds?
C. countries that buried seeds in them
29. man said why he can not do this presentation
A. he has limited knowledge
30. why not take this innovation as the topic of their presentation
C. money can be used in better ways

Section 4 美洲阿拉斯加的移民(填空)
Early Migration to America
Humans migrated from Northern Asia to Alaska via a land bridge
The area consists of a dry grassland plain up to 2000 km,
The winter is cold and long with strong winds but free from 31.ice
The earliest group of humans followed 32.animal to Alaska
Anthropologists found similar shaped 33.teeth in people in Northern Africa and in North America
The land discovered with glaciers,which makes It difficult to find 34.resources
The other evidence was in the form of 35.weapons for hunting
Some scientists believe first settlers moved from north to south
But no 36. boats have been found to support the theory
Excavations revealed dozens of people living in some huts by a stream
Scientists found a variety of 37.plants in the sea, such as seaweed
However, some archaeologist did not believe the first humans arrived via Alaska.
They thought the 38.climate was too bad for humans to survive in
They doubt the 39. navigational skills of the early people for such along voyage
People believe the theory due to there is a strong 40.current in in the Pacific Ocean
回忆12:
阅读
第一篇:塑料的发展(The Development of Plastics
文章大意:溯源至19世纪介绍塑料的发展历史。从19世纪的赛璐珞(celluloid),到20世纪的酚醛塑料(Bakelite)、聚乙烯(polythene)、PVC、聚苯乙烯、聚氨酯等等,最后还提到了塑料回收的问题。
原文:
A
When rubber was first commercially produced in Europe during the nineteenth century, it rapidly became a very important commodity, particularly in the fields of transportation and electricity. However, during the twentieth century a number of synthetic materials, called plastics, superseded natural rubber in all but a few applications.
B
Rubber is a polymer – a compound containing large molecules that are formed by the bonding of many smaller, simpler units, repeated over and over again. The same bonding principle – polymerization – underlies the creation of a huge range of plastics by the chemical industry.
C
The first plastic was developed as a result of a competition in the USA. In the 1860s, $10, 000 was offered to anybody who could replace ivory – suppliers of which are declining – with something equally good as a material for making billiard balls. The prize was won by John Wesley Hyatt with a material called celluloid. Celluloid was made by dissolving cellulose, a carbohydrate derived from plants, in a solution of camphor dissolved in ethanol. This new material rapidly found used in the manufacture of products such as knife handles, detachable collars and cuffs, spectacle frames and photographic film. Without celluloid, the film industry could never have got off the ground at the end of the 19th century.
D
Celluloid can be repeatedly softened and reshaped by heat, and is known as a thermoplastic. In 1907 Leo Baekeland, a Belgian chemist working in the USA, invented a different kind of plastic by causing phenol and formaldehyde to react together. Baekeland called the material Bakelite, and it was the first of the thermosets – plastics that can be cast and moulded while hot, but cannot be softened by heat and reshaped once they have set. Bakelite was a good insulator, and was resistant to water, acids and moderate heat. With these properties it was soon being used in the manufacture of switches, household items, such as knife handles and electrical components for cars.
E
Soon chemists began looking for other small molecules that could be strung together to make polymers. In the 1930s, British chemists discovered that the gas ethylene would polymerise under heat and pressure to form a thermoplastic they called polythene. Polypropylene followed in the 1950s. Both were used to make bottles, pipes and plastic bags. A small change in the starting material – replacing a hydrogen atom in ethylene with a chlorine atom – produced PVS (polyvinyl chloride), a hard, fireproof plastic suitable for drains and gutters. And by adding certain chemicals, a soft form of PVC could be produced, suitable as a substitute for rubber in items such as waterproof clothing. A closely related plastic was Teflon, or PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene). This had a very low coefficient of friction, making it ideal for bearings, rollers and non-stick frying pans. Polystyrene, developed during the 1930s in Germany, was a clear. Glass-like material, used in food containers, domestic appliances and toys. Expanded polystyrene – a white, rigid foam – was widely used in packaging and insulation. Polyurethanes, also developed in Germany, found uses as adhesives, coatings, and – in the form of rigid foams – as insulation materials. They are all produced from chemicals derived from crude oil, which contains exactly the same elements – carbon and hydrogen – as many plastics.
F
The first of the man-made fibres, nylon, was also created in the 1930s. Its inventor was a chemist called Wallace Carothers, who worked for the Du Pont company in the USA. He found that under the right conditions, two chemicals- hexamethylenediamine and adipic acid – would form a polymer that could be pumped out through holes and stretched to form long glossy threads that could be woven like silk. Its first use was to make parachutes for the US armed forces in World War Ⅱ. In the post-war years nylon completely replaced silk in the manufacture of stockings. Subsequently many other synthetic fibres joined nylon, including Orlon, Acrilan and Terylene. Today most garments are made of a blend of natural fibres, such as cotton ansd wool, and man-made fibres that make fabrics easier to look after.
G
The great strength of plastic is its indestructibility. However, this quality is also something of a drawback: beaches all over the world, even on the remotest islands, are littered with plastic bottles that nothing can destroy. Nor is it very easy to recycle plastics, as different types of plastics are often used in the same items and call for different treatments. Plastics can be made biodegradable by incorporating into their structure a material such as starch, which is attacked by bacteria and caused the plastic to fall apart. Other materials can be incorporated that gradually decay in the sunlight – although bottles made of such materials have to be stored in the dark, to ensure that they do not disintegrate before they have been used.

答案:
14. photographic film
15. Bakelite
16. switches
17. Britain 或 UK
18. fireproof
19. clear and glass-like
20. rigid
21. FALSE
22. NOT GIVEN
23. FALSE
24. TRUE
25. FALSE
26. TRUE

第二篇:THE GAP ofINGENUITY 创新空白
原文:
A
Ingenuity, as Idefine it here, consists not only of ideas for new technologies like computersor drought-resistant crops but, more fundamentally,of ideas for better institutions and social arrangements, like efficient marketsand competent governments.
B
How much and whatkinds of ingenuity a society requires depends on a range of factors, includingthe society's goals and the circumstances within which it must achieve thosegoals——whether it hasa young population or an aging one, an abundance of natural resources or ascarcity of them, an easy climate or a punishing one, whatever the case may be.
C
How much and whatkinds of ingenuity a society supplies also depends on many factors, such as thenature of human inventiveness and understanding, the rewards an economy givesto the producers of useful knowledge, and the strength of political oppositionto social and institutional reforms.
D
A good supply ofthe right kind of ingenuity is essential, but it isn't, of course, enough byitself. We know that the creation of wealth, for example, depends not only onan adequate supply of useful ideas but also on the availability of other, moreconventional factors of production, like capital and labor. Similarly,prosperity, stability and justice usually depend on the resolution, or at leastthe containment, of major political struggles over wealth and power. Yet withinour economics ingenuity often supplants labor, and growth in the stock ofphysical plant is usually accompanied by growth in the stock of ingenuity. Andin our political systems, we need great ingenuity to set up institutions thatsuccessfully manage struggles over wealth and power. Clearly, our economic andpolitical processes are intimately entangled with the production and use ofingenuity.
E
The past centurys countless incremental changes in our societiesaround the planet, in our technologies and our interactions with oursurrounding natural environments have accumulated to create a qualitatively newworld. Because these changes have accumulated slowly, Its often hard for us to recognize how profound andsweeping they've. They include far larger and denser populations; much higherper capita consumption of natural resources; and far better and more widelyavailable technologies for the movement of people, materials, andespecially information.
F
In combination,these changes have sharply increased the density, intensity, and pace of ourinter actions with each other; they have greatly increased the burden we placeon our natural environment; and they have helped shift power from national andinternational institutions to individuals and subgroups, such as politicalspecial interests and ethnic factions.
G
As a result,people in all walks of life-from our political and business leaders to all ofus in our day-to-day——must cope with much more complex, urgent, and oftenunpredictable circumstances. The management of our relationship with this newworld requires immense and ever-increasing amounts of social and technicalingenuity. As we strive to maintain or increase our prosperity and improve thequality of our lives, we must make far more sophisticated decisions, and inless time, than ever before.
H
When we enhancethe performance of any system, from our cars to the planet's network offinancial institutions, we tend to make it more complex. Many of the naturalsystems critical to our well-being, like the global climate and the oceans, areextraordinarily complex to begin with. We often can't predict or manage thebehavior of complex systems with much precision, because they are often verysensitive to the smallest of changes and perturbations, and their behavior canflip from one mode to another suddenly and dramatically. In general, as thehuman-made and natural systems we depend upon become more complex, and as ourdemands on them increase, the institutions and technologies we use to managethem must become more complex too, which further boosts our need for ingenuity.
I
The good news,though, is that the last century's stunning changes in our societies andtechnologies have not just increased our need for ingenuity; they have alsoproduced a huge increase in its supply. The growth and urbanization of humanpopulations have combined with astonishing new communication and transportationtechnologies to expand interactions among people and produce larger, moreintegrated, and more efficient markets. These changes have, in turn, vastlyaccelerated the generation and delivery of useful ideas.
J
Butand this is the critical "but"——we should not jump to the conclusion that the supply ofingenuity always increases in lockstep with our ingenuity requirement: Whileit's true that necessity is often the mother of invention, we can't always relyon the right kind of ingenuity appearing when and where we need it. In manycases, the complexity and speed of operation of today's vital economic, social,arid ecological systems exceed the human brains grasp. Very few of us have morethan a rudimentary understanding of how these systems work. They remain fraughtwith countless "unknown unknowns," which makes it hard to supply theingenuity we need to solve problems associated with these systems.
k
In this book,explore a wide range of other factors that will limit our ability to supply theingenuity required in the coming century. For example, many people believe thatnew communication technologies strengthen democracy and will make it easier tofind solutions to our societies' collective problems, but the story is lessclear than it seems. The crush of information in our everyday lives isshortening our attention span, limiting the time we have to reflect on criticalmatters of public policy, and making policy arguments more superficial.
L
Modern marketsand science are an important part of the story of how we supply ingenuity.Markets are critically important, because they give entrepreneurs an incentiveto produce knowledge. As for science, although it seems to face no theoreticallimits, at least in the foreseeable future, practical constraints often slowits progress. The cost of scientific research tends to increase as it delvesdeeper into nature. And science's rate of advance depends on the characteristicof the natural phenomena it investigates, simply because some phenomena areintrinsically harder to understand than others, so the production of useful newknowledge in these areas can be very slow. Consequently, there is often acritical time lag between the recognition between a problem and the deliveryof sufficient ingenuity,in the form of technologies, to solve that problem. Progress in the socialsciences is especially slow, for reasons we don't yet understand; but wedesperately need better social scientific knowledge to build the sophisticatedinstitutions todays world demands.
Questions:
Complete eachsentence with the appropriate answer, A, B, C, or D
Write the correctanswer in boxes 27-30 on your answer sheet.
27 The definitionof ingenuity
28 Therequirement for ingenuity
29 The creationof social wealth
30 The stabilityof society
A depends on manyfactors including climate.
B depends on themanagement and solution of disputes.
C is not only oftechnological advance, but more of institutional renovation.
D also depends onthe availability of some traditional resources.
Question 31-33
Choose thecorrect letter, A, B, C, or D.
Write youranswers in boxes 31-33 on your answer sheet.
31 What does theauthor say about the incremental change of the last 100 years?
A It has become ahot scholastic discussion among environmentalists.
B Itssignificance is often not noticed.
C It has reshapedthe natural environments we live in.
D It benefited amuch larger population than ever.
32 Thecombination of changes has made life.
A easier
B faster
C slower
D lesssophisticated
33 What does theauthor say about the natural systems?
A Newtechnologies are being developed to predict change with precision.
B Natural systemsare often more sophisticated than other systems.
C Minor alterationsmay cause natural systems to change dramatically.
D Technologicaldevelopments have rendered human being more independent of natural systems.
Question 34-40
Do the followingstatements agree with the information given in Reading Passage 3?
In boxes 34-40 onyour answer sheet, write
YES if thestatement is true
NO if thestatement is false
NOT GIVEN if theinformation is not given in the passage
34 The demand foringenuity has been growing during the past 100 years.
35 The ingenuitywe have may be inappropriate for solving problems at hand.
36 There are veryfew who can understand the complex systems of the present world.
37 Moreinformation will help us to make better decisions.
38 The nextgeneration will blame the current government for their conduct.
39 Science tendsto develop faster in certain areas than others.
40 Social sciencedevelops especially slowly because it is not as important as natural science.

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