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2021年4月10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:
大作文:The number of using bicycles in decreasing, even though cycling had some benefits. Why is this? What can be done to encourage more people to use bicycles?
回忆2:
听力 p1 cousin 50块钱 private company agreement 选择第一个lock 第二个好像是要先看washing machine? 第三个好像是check 第四个忘了 p4 记得有个self-centred
阅读 1.超市  2.水母  3.人类演进
写作是越来越多人骑自行车还是越来越少
回忆3:
听力
P3 early evening / wide reading / objectives / project outline / a checklist / design a research / theory chapters / studentlink
P4: connected / pesonality / passive/ learning/ laboratories/ self-centered / background / house / 顺序记不住了,还有一个填空忘了
回忆4:
小作文:柱状图+折线图;

大作文:Many people believe that bicycle is a healthy and environmentally friendly mode of transport. However, it is no longer the main form of transport. What are the reasons? What could be done to encourage the use of bicycles among the wider population
回忆5:
阅读
Passage 1
自助超市
1.Clarence Saunders new idea(C S新思想)∶配C段一-- 段落开头有Clarence Saunders(14岁离校)
2.problems arising(问题出现)∶配E段-段落末尾有labor is a major expense(劳工是主
3.layout of Clarence Saunders' stores(超市布局)∶配C段-段落开头有Clarence Saund 14 (14岁离校)
4.….before Clarence Saunders'stores opened (超市开始营业前)∶配A段一-段落开头有A ci个世纪前
5.examples of how Clarence Saunders sold items(售卖商品例子)∶ 配D段一段落开头有 Ir
6.CS的第一份工作+was in a _general store_ 在1普通商店/杂货店
7.在CS的设计中+much work was done by __customers_很多工作由顾客参与
8.在CS的超市中,people pay goods at a __lobby _人们在门厅付钱
9.behind the public area was called the_stockroom_公共区域后面叫仓库
10.At _gallery _ where customers were under surveilance 在走廊顾客被监视
11.为什么CS要推动杂货店创新∶选he think this can satisfy customers easier 他认为这能
12.第1家Wiggly Piggly store∶ 选updated after 12 months在12个月后翻新
13.今天关于CS主要事情有∶选his name was usually connected with his famous shop他店总是联系一起

Passage 2
水母泛滥原因及影响

Passage 3
人类进化
回忆6:
听力
Part 1  房屋维修
1. Sarah跟谁住在一起:cousin
2. 房子出现问题联系:service manager
3. 修理费:50
4. 也可以联系:private company
5. 联系方式:mobile phone
6. 修理前需要签订:agreement
7. 卫生间的问题:lock is broken and should be checked
8. 洗衣机的问题:electricity should be examined
9. 电灯问题:check
10. 客厅问题:carpet

Part 2  昆士兰的旅游介绍
11-16) Multiple Choices
11 Why did Jane choose Tuesday's exhibition
A_ not many people in Tuesday因为人少
B offer free entertainment entry免费入园,but crowded
C Special Class
12 项目educational-entertain performance什么时候
A on Weekends
B only on every evening
C on every afternoon因为这个项目特别 popular
13 历史爱好者historians lovers,可以游哪for historic fans
A FamouS garden ~garden是前面说的~后面才讲历史的~
B architecture
C_Location of an old city hall building
D a detective侦探
14 the distinctive feature for the美食节(cuisine festivals)Tent of big barbecue as un-usual这次的节日Different from last year,
A 范围wide range lot of activities,every year You can′tmiss it
B great musicians A popular singer,
C international cooks a local cook
15 why people choose buying ticket in the library 去图书馆买票
A cheaper one with discount有折扣
B receive a lovely book in advance booking
C more convenient than in city更方便
16 the interesting part of the exhibit, they offer:
A How Locomotive Engines works引擎机器工作
B people can have dinner inside the old train cabinet车厢吃饭
C Famous international Chef invited local cooks D dress old uniform costume有老服装可以被观看
17-18) what are included in the fancily ticket 家庭票包括
A toy
B educational book for children
C fee meal on the train
D guided tour to ****museum
E_flag
19-20) What's the Citizens',vote to the most favorite Event in the festival
A unlimited/regardless of the voting ages不限制的年龄
B vote by email原文说可以发message
C only local people can vote文中说什么身份的人都可以投~
D one person can vote several times多次投票
E voting ends at the midnight of Saturday.

Part 3 墨西哥沙漠考察
21-25 选择
21. In order to  go on the trip, the student must
C. fill in the application form
22. how much of the cost should university pay
A. 450 pounds
23. how do biologists determine a desert?
A. the water evaporates faster than the rainfall
24. the destination desert was originally a
B. marine desert
25. why did the university choose this desert as the study subject?
C. birds
26-30 填空
26. this trip project is designed for life science undergraduate student
27. they will use a ship as the base
28. students will have to write a journal every day
29. the oldest plant in this area is 12000 years old
30. A reference book named “baked earth

Part 4  儿童心理学
31. kids’ awareness of peers are being connected
32. kids’ behavior is related to animal experiment in laboratories
33. children’s behavior has relationship with their background
34. they hold that children are passive learners
35.gene determines children’s personality
36. Piaget’s researcher focused on learning
37. focus more on stimulating
38. psychologists think kids are self-centred
39. experiment which raised a kid years in ahouse
40. research aim in the future?
C. education before baby’s born
回忆7:
小作文:柱状图+折线图
2010和2011 票价和销量变化的对比

大作文:
Many people believe that bicycle is a healthy and environmentally friendly mode of transport. However, it is no longer the main form of transport. What are the reasons? What could be done to encourage the use of bicycles among the wider population?

建议思路:
原因:
1. City expansion。城市扩张导致通勤距离增加,骑单车已经不再是一个适合远距离通勤的交通方式了。举例子:对于大城市的通勤者(commuters)如果居住在outskirt of the city就可能需要骑很长时间的单车,每天都要这样就很耗时耗费精力( time and energy- consuming)
2. The convenience of public traffic公共交通的便捷性。地铁公交等现在通勤都很方便,有的可以直接到达公司楼下,减少了通勤时间。甚至还可以用这些通勤时间来上网读书等,而骑车则做不了这些。

如何鼓励:
1. 对个人而言,对于短距离或者不赶时间的通勤都可以骑单车,毕竟骑车可以锻炼身体,而且环保。
2. 政府可以投资修建单车通道(cycling tracks)和安全的停车点(safety parking spots)以鼓励更多的人骑车上班。具体来说,这些措施可以给cyclists骑车通勤带来更多便捷。其次更多的共享单车也可以投放,免掉人们购买单车的费用,仅仅用便宜的钱就能租用。
回忆8:
阅读
第一篇:新型超市 The Innovation of Grocery Stores
  A
At the beginning of the 20th century, grocery stores in the United States were full-service. A customer would ask a clerk behind the counter for specific item and the clerk would package the items, which were limited to dry goods. If they want to save some time, they have to ask a delivery boy or by themselves to send the note of what they want to buy to the grocery story first and then go to pay for the goods later. These grocery stores usually carried only one brand of each good. There were early chain stores, such as the A&P Stores, but these were all entirely full-service and very time-consuming.
  B
In 1885, a Virginia boy named Clarence Saunders began working part-time as a clerk in a grocery store when he was 14 years old, and quit school when the shopkeeper offered him Ml time work with room and board. Later he worked in an Alabama coke plant and in a Tennessee sawmill before he returned to the grocery business. By 1900, when he was nineteen years old, he was earning $30 a month as a salesman for a wholesale grocer. During his years working in the grocery stores, he found that it was very inconvenient and inefficient for people to buy things because more than a century ago, long before there were computers, shopping was done quite differently than it is today. Entering a store, the customer would approach the counter (or wait for a clerk to become available) and place an order, either verbally or, as was often the case for boys running errands, in the form of a note or list. While the customer waited, the clerk would move behind the counter and throughout the store, select the items on the list—some form shelves so high that long-handled grasping device had to be used—and bring them back to the counter to be tallied and bagged or boxed. The process might be expedited by the customer calling or sending in the order beforehand, or by the order being handled by a delivery boy on a bike, but otherwise it did not vary greatly. Saunders, a flamboyant and innovative man, noticed that this method resulted in wasted time and expense, so he came up with an unheard-of solution that would revolutionize the entire grocery industry: he developed a way for shoppers to serve themselves.
  C
So in 1902 he moved to Memphis where he developed his concept to form a grocery wholesale cooperative and a full-service grocery store. For his new“cafeteria grocery”, Saunders divided his grocery into three distinct areas:
  1) A front “lobby” forming an entrance and exit and checkouts at the front.
  2) A sales department, which was specially designed to allow customers to roam the aisles and select their own groceries. Removing unnecessary clerks, creating elaborate aisle displays, and rearranging the store to force customers to view all of the merchandise and over the shelving and cabinets units of sales department were “galleries” where supervisors were allowed to keep an eye on the customers while not disturbing them. 3) And another section of his store is the room only allowed for the clerks which was called the “stockroom” or“storage room” where large refrigerators were situated to keep fresh products from being perishable. The new format allowed multiple customers to shop at the same time, and led to the previously unknown phenomenon of impulse shopping. Though this format of grocery market was drastically different from its competitors, the style became the standard for the modern grocery store and later supermarket.
  D
On September 6, 1916,Saunders launched the self-service revolution in the USA by opening the first self-service Piggly Wiggly store, at 79 Jefferson Street in Memphis, Tennessee, with its characteristic turnstile at the entrance. Customers paid cash and selected their own goods from the shelves. It was unlike any other grocery store of that time. Inside a Piggly Wiggly, shoppers were not at the mercy of shop clerks. They were free to roam the store, check out the merchandise and get what they needed with their own two hands and feet. Prices on items at Piggly Wiggly were clearly marked. No one pressured customers to buy milk or pickles. And the biggest benefit at the Piggly Wiggly was that shoppers saved money. Self-service was a positive all around. “It’s good for both the consumer and retailer because it cuts costs,” noted George T. Haley, a professor at the University of New Haven and director of the Center for International Industry Competitiveness. “If you looked at the way grocery stores were run previous to Piggly Wiggly and Alpha Beta, what you find is that there was a tremendous amount of labor involved, and labor is a major expense.” Piggly Wiggly cut the fat.
  E
Piggly Wiggly and the self-service concept took off. Saunders opened nine stores in the Memphis area within the first year of business. Consumers embraced the efficiency, the simplicity and most of all the lower food prices. Saunders soon patented his self-service concept, and began franchising Piggly Wiggly stores. Thanks to the benefits of self-service and franchising, Piggly Wiggly ballooned to nearly 1,300 stores by 1923. Piggly Wiggly sold $100million—worth $1.3 billion today—in groceries, making it the third-biggest grocery retailer in the nation. The company’s stock was even listed on the New York Stock Exchange, doubling from late 1922 to March 1923. Saunders had his hands all over Piggly Wiggly. He was instrumental in the design and layout of his stores. He even invented the turnstile.
  F
However Saunders was forced into bankruptcy in 1923 after a dramatic spat with the New York Stock Exchange and he went on to create the “Clarence Saunders sole-owner-of-my-name” chain, which went into bankruptcy.
  G
Until the time of his death in October 1953, Saunders was developing plans for another automatic store system called the Food electric. But the store, which was to be located two blocks from the first Piggly Wiggly store, never opened. But his name was well-remembered along with the name Piggly Wiggly.

  Questions 1-5
  .................................................................................
  The reading Passage has seven paragraphs A-G.
  Which paragraph contains the following information?
  Write the correct letter A-G, in boxes 1-5 on your answer sheet.
  NB You may use any letter more than once.
  1 How Clarence Saunders’ new idea had been carried out.
  2 Introducing the modes and patterns of groceries before his age.
  3 Clarence Saunders declared bankruptcy a few years later .
  4 Descriptions of Clarence Saunders’ new conception.
  5 The booming development of his business.
  Questions 6-10
  ...............................................................................
  Answer the questions below.
  Write ONLY ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER from the passage for each answer.
  6 When Clarence Saunders was an adolescent, he took a job as a in a
  grocery store.
  7 In the new innovation of grocery store, most of the clerks’ work before was
  done by
  8 In Saunders’ new grocery store, the section where customers finish the
  payment was called
  9 Another area in his store which behind the public area was called the ,
  where only internal staff could access.
  10 At where customers were under surveillance.
  Questions 11-13
  ..............................................................................
  Choose the correct letter, A, B, C or D.
  Write your answers in boxes 11-13 on your answer sheet.
  11 Why did Clarence Saunders want to propel the innovation of grocery stores athis
  age?
  A Because he was an enthusiastic and creative man.
  B Because his boss wanted to reform the grocery industry.
  C Because he wanted to develop its efficiency and make great profit as well.
  D Because he worried about the future competition from the industry.
  12 What happened to ClarenceSaunders’ first store of Piggly Wiggly?
  A Customers complained about its impracticality and inconvenience.
  B It enjoyed a great business and was updated in the first twelve months.
  C It expanded to more than a thousand franchised stores during the first year.
  D Saunders were required to have his new idea patented and open morestores.
  13 What left to Clarence Saunders after his death in 1953?
  A A fully automatic store system opened soon near his first store.
  B The name of his store the Piggly Wiggly was very popular at that time.
  C His name was usually connected with his famous shop the Piggly Wiggly in the following several years.
  D His name was painted together with the name of his famous store.

  答案:
  1 .D
  2.A
  3.F
  4.C
  5.E
  6. clerk 原文 B 段首句
  7. customers/shoppers 原文 D 段第 5 行开始(之前由店员 clerk 满商
  场跑,取货物的活 B 段有讲,现在顾客自己干了。shopper were not
  at the mercy of clerks 顾客完全不依赖店员)
  8. lobby原文 C 段第 4 行
  9. stockroom 原文 C 段第 12 行(题目要求 ONLY ONEWORD,所以不
  选 storge room)
  10. galleries 原文 C 段第 9 行
  11. C 原文 B 段倒数三行开始
  12. B 原文 E段第一行开始
  13. C 原文 G 段最后一行
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