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2021年4月3日国内雅思A类笔试真题回忆+答案汇总(听说读写答案+机经整理汇总)
回忆1:
小作文: 一个国家的学生在四种花费在四个年份
大作文:更多人使用互联网看新闻而不是看报纸或者电视,这是积极还是消极的发展
回忆2:
小作文,饼图,四种不同消费 大作文,用互联网获取新闻是好是坏
回忆3:
小作文:饼状图
大作文:More and more people no longer read the newspaper or watch TV programs to get news. They get news about the world through the internet. Is this a positive or negative development?
回忆4:
阅读部分
第一篇:恐龙足迹
1-6 判断
1. YES
2. NOT GIVEN
3. YES
4. NOT GIVEN
5. NO
6. NO
7-13 填空
7. ecological release
8. competitors
9. dragons
10. overlooked
11. vanished
12. swallowed
13. misdated

第二篇:番茄基因
第三篇:奥克兰艺术馆
回忆5:
听力部分
Part 1
题型:填空(答案不全,欢迎大家补充)
1. partner
2. hospital
3. stadium
4. runner
5. 9.15
6. lake
7. Germany
8. party
9. 30 May
10.待回忆

Part 2 公园Gest house
地图匹配
1. C
2. C
3. C
4. C
5. B
6. C

Part 3 答案缺失

Part 4 古代食物
题型:填空
31. Diet was influenced by geographical and social factors.
32. undigested food left in the stomach
33. food sticking to pots
34. prepared and eaten food
35. the knife used for cooking
36. the amount of food people lent to consume
37. chemical signature
38. teeth that showed some values
39. prevalent/common food was hard to find
40. extreme climate
回忆6:
Task 1 小作文:
动态饼图,某国家1985-2015学生花销在娱乐,衣服,食物,房租的比例

Task 2:大作文:
More and more people no longer read newspaper or watch TV programs to get news. They get news about the world through the internet. Is this a positive or negative development?
回忆7:
阅读:
Passage 1  恐龙的脚印和灭绝 The dinosaurs' footprints and Extinction
原文:
A
Everybody knows that the dinosaurs were killed by an asteroid. Something big hit the earth 65 million years ago and, when the dust had fallen, so had the great reptiles. There is thus a nice, if ironic, symmetry in the idea that o similar impact brought about the dinosaurs’ rise. That is the thesis proposed by Paul Olsen, of Columbia University, and his colleagues in this week’s Science.
B
Dinosaurs first appear in the fossil record 230 m years ago, during the Triassic period. But they were mostly small, and they shared the earth with lots of other sorts of reptile. It was in the subsequent Jurassic, which began 202 million years ago, that they overran the planet and turned into the monsters depicted in the book and movie “Jurassic Park”(侏罗纪公园) . (Actually, though, the dinosaurs that appeared on screen were from the still more recent Cretaceous (白垩纪) period.) Dr Olsen and his colleagues are not the first to suggest that the dinosaurs inherited the earth as the result of an asteroid strike. But they are the first to show that the takeover did, indeed, happen in a geological eye blink.
C
Dinosaur skeletons are rare. Dinosaur footprints are, however, surprisingly abundant. And the sizes of the prints are as good an indication of the sizes of the beasts as are the skeletons themselves. Dr Olsen and his colleagues therefore concentrated on prints, not bones.
D
The prints in question were made in eastern North America, a part of the world then full of rift valleys similar to those in East Africa today. Like the modern African rift valleys, the Triassic (三叠纪) /Jurassic American ones contained lakes, and these lakes grew and shrank at regular intervals because of climatic changes caused by periodic shifts in the earth’s orbit. (A similar phenomenon is responsible for modern ice ages.) That regularity, combined with reversals in the earth’s magnetic field, which are detectable in the tiny fields of certain magnetic minerals, means that rocks from this place and period can be dated to within a few thousand years. As a bonus, squishy (adj.粘糊糊的) lake-edge sediments are just the things for recording the tracks of passing animals. By dividing the labour between themselves, the ten authors of the paper were able to study such tracks at 80 sites.
E
The researchers looked at 18 so-called ichnotoxo(群落). These are recognisable types of footprint that cannot be matched precisely with the species of animal that left them. But they can be matched with a general sort of animal, and thus act as an indicator of the fate of that group, even when there are no bones to tell the story.
F
Five of the ichnotaxa disappear before the end of the Triassic, and four march confidently across the boundary into the Jurassic. Six, however, vanish at the boundary, or only just splutter across it; and three appear from nowhere, almost as soon as the Jurassic begins.
G
That boundary itself is suggestive. The first geological indication of the impact that killed the dinosaurs was an unusually high level of iridium in rocks at the end of the Cretaceous, when the beasts disappear from the fossil record. Iridium is normally rare at the earth’s surface, but it is more abundant in meteorites. When people began to believe the impact theory, they started looking for other Cretaceous-end anomalies. One that turned up was a surprising abundance of fern spores in rocks Just above the boundary layer-a phenomenon known as a “fern spike”(蕨类)
H
That matched the theory nicely. Many modern ferns are opportunists. They cannot compete against plants with leaves, but if a piece of land is cleared by, say, a volcanic eruption, they are often the first things to set up shop there. An asteroid strike would have scoured much of the earth of its vegetable cover, and provided a paradise for ferns. A fern spike in the rocks is thus a good indication that something terrible has happened.
I
Both an iridium (铱) anomaly and a fern spike appear in rocks at the end of the Triassic, too. That accounts for the disappearing ichnotaxa: the creatures that made them did not survive the holocaust. The surprise is how rapidly the new ichnotaxa appear. Eubrontes giganteus, for example, is there a mere 10,000 years after the iridium anomaly. The Eubrontes (一种大脚印)prints were made by theropods-the dinosaur group that went on to produce such nightmares as Allosaurus(异龙)and Tyrannosaurus(暴龙) -and Eubrontes is already 20% bigger than any theropod track recorded from the Triassic.
J
Dr Olsen and His colleagues suggest that the explanation for this rapid increase in size may be a phenomenon called ecological release. This is seen today when reptiles (which, in modern times, tend io be small creatures) reach islands where they face no competitors. The most spectacular example is on the Indonesian island of Komodo, where local lizards have grown so large that they are often referred to as dragons. The dinosaurs, in other words, could flourish only when the competition had been knocked out.
K
That leaves the question of where the impact happened. No large hole in the earth’s crust seems to be 202 m years old. It may, of course, have been overlooked. Old craters are eroded and buried, and not always easy to find. Alternatively, it may have vanished. Although continental crust is more or less permanent, the ocean floor is constantly recycled by the tectonic processes that bring about continental drift. There is no ocean floor left that is more than 200 m years old, so a crater that formed in the ocean would have been swallowed up by now.
L
There is a third possibility, however. This is that the crater is known, but has been misdated. The Manicouagan “structure”, a center in Quebec, is thought to be 214 m years old. It is huge-some 100 km across-and seems to be the largest of between three and five craters that formed within a few hours of each other as the lumps of a disintegrated comet hit the earth one by one. Such an impact would surely have had a perceptible effect on the world, but the rocks from 214 m years ago do not record one. It is possible, therefore, that Manicouagan ( 根陨石坑) has been misdated. That will be the next thing to check.

Question 1-6
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 agrees with the information
FALSE if the statement contradicts the information
NOT GIVEN if there is no information on this

1 Dr Paul Olsen and his colleagues believe that asteroid knock may also lead to dinosaurs’ boom
2 Books and movie like Jurassic Park often exaggerate the size of the dinosaurs.
3 Dinosaur footprints are more adequate than dinosaur skeletons.
4 The prints were chosen by Dr Olsen to study because they are convenient to tracked down into a date of geological precise within thousands years.
5 Ichnotaxa showed that footprints of dinosaurs offer exact information of the trace left by an individual species.
6 We can find more Iridium in the earth’s surface than in meteorites.

Questions 7-13
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 7-13 on your answer sheet.
Dr Olsen and his colleagues applied a phenomenon named 7_________ to explain the large size of the Eubrontes, which is a similar case to that nowadays reptiles invade a place where there are no 8_________ ; for example, on an island called Komodo, indigenous huge lizards grow so big that people even referring them as 9_________ However, there were no old impact trace being found? The answer may be that we have 10_________ the evidence. Old craters are difficult to spot or it probably 11_________ due to the effect of the earth moving. Even a crater formed in Ocean had been 12_________ under the impact of crust movement. Beside, the third hypothesis is that the potential evidences- some craters may be 13_________ .

答案:
1-6
1. YES
2. NOT GIVEN
3. YES
4. YES
5. NO
6. NO
7-13
7. ecological release
8. competitor
9. dragons
10. overlooked
11. vanished
12. swallowed up
13. Misdated

Passage2  番茄基因

Passage3  奥克兰艺术馆

回忆8:
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回忆10:



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