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2021年8月14日中国大陆雅思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:
大陆笔考
小作文:静态图对比一个国家09年5个不同年龄段人群在三种消费上的高度,柱状图
大作文,越来越多的发展中国家大力发展他们的旅游业,原因是什么,是一件好事么
回忆2:
上海机考~
小作文是折线图,某欧洲国家1960-2000的五种消费的百分百变化。
大作文是report,现在的年轻人相比以往更加有钱,安全,健康,但是更不开心了,为什么,你觉得可以怎么解决
回忆3:
听力
P4是这个吗美国湿地保护ocean(,depth ,plants , rice ,A,B,B.,A.,shellfish,spring
回忆4:
阅读
第一篇:新西兰木材
参考答案:
1. 欧洲定居者认为木头盖房比其他材料更危险。FALSE
2. 19世纪新西兰出口的木头主要用于造船。TRUE
3. 人工种植的树木比新西兰原始森林生产出的好很多。NOT GIVEN
4. 与其他树木种类相比,松树的使用范围较小。FALSE
5. 国内房地产的发展对买房的需求下降。FALSE
6. 未来新西兰经济主要依赖出口。TRUE
7. 除了汇率的影响,还有什么因素会影响木材价格?Shipping cost
8. 哪一个经济领域可以占到第三位?Export sector
9. 到2025年就业的人数将会达到?60,000
10. 到2025年木材出口规模将会变成the biggest sector
11. 哪种木材最畅销?Soft wood
12. 新西兰木材出口的主要竞争者是哪个北半球国家?Scandinavian Countries
13. 除了有国家上的竞争,还存在什么上的竞争?Substitute

第二篇:鸟类的使用工具行为
第三篇:一个儿童心理学家
回忆5:
小作文:柱状图
大作文:混合类
An increasing number of developing countries are expanding their tourist industry. Why do you think it is the case? Do you think it is a positive or negative development?
回忆6:
雅思听力部分
Part 1 旅游住宿
题型:填空(答案不全)
1. shark
2. club
3. 319
4. television
5. paradise

Part 2 夜班员工上班时间和规定
题型:选择+填空
11-14 选择
11. the night shift maintaining department staff will get pay of
A. extra high salary
12. work in the office?
A. flexible working hours
13. when staffs arrive at or depart from offices, they should
C. input number in a machine
14. female staff in the sales department may the collar can wear a T-shirt, jacket with
C. dark trousers
15-20 填空
15. shoes must be flat
16. keep your password secret
17. staff of the IT department should not take files home
18. should not wander around without ID
19. 部门员工不可以take photographs inside the building
20. 有问题可以找你的manager or personnel officer

Part 3 地质考察计划
题型:填空(不太确定是不是这一篇,欢迎大家留言)
21. job responsibility: interview with tourists
22. see environmental damages
23. farmers did too much farming
24. the area covers 21000 square kilometers
25. “growing area” is about 10.5 km
26. land samples show it is very tough for plant growing there
27. measurement of the soil
28. interview rangers
29. study photographs to check the changes
30. borrow map from local faculty to do the presentation

Part 4 湿地保护
题型:填空+选择
31-34 填空
31. salt content as high as in the ocean
32. sea levels depth
33. in the sea, worms and shrimps eat plants for survival
34. the marshland are used to plant rice
35-38 选择
35. 有什么危害
A. the erosion of soil
36. 题目缺失
B. the place which is less walked misses something
37. the marsh park was used as a place for
B. one’s residential purpose
38. it is difficult to control
A. water level is too high
39-40 填空
39. Batoidei often be fed on shellfish
40. the female laid eggs in spring
回忆7:
阅读
第一篇:
新西兰木材
New Zealand Forestry 新西兰的林业
wood: the treasure of New Zealand
Questions 1-6 TRUE/FALSE/NOT GIVEN 判断题
1.欧洲定居者认为,wooden houses(木头盖的房子比其他材) are more dangerous---FALSE
2.timbres are mainly sailing vessels 19世纪新西兰出口的木头主要用于造船--- TRUE
3.plantation trees forest has the better quality人工种植的树木比新西兰(原始森林 forest出产的)好得多----Not Given原文中没有比较
4.Pine trees have limited benefits与其他(树木种类)相比,pine的使用范围smaller usage-FALSE(原文说很多用处)
5.development of domestic Housing industry国内房地产的发展对买~的需求下降----- FALSE(但是原文是增长而且达到peak)
6. economy mainly depend on the export Of goods---TRUE
未来新西兰经济主要依赖出口
Questions 7-13 Answer the questions below问答题
7 除了currency exchange rate,还有哪些因素会木材 price?:
shipping cost
9.in which economic sector哪一个经济领域可以占到第三位?
export sector
10 2025年size of workforce:就业的人数将会达到
60,000
11到了2050年,木材出口规模将会变成
The biggest sector
12那种树木最为畅销?
soft wood  
13新西兰木材出口主要竞争北半球国家?(competitors in northern hemisphere)
Scandinavian Countries(北欧,斯堪的纳维亚国家,陷阱,原文提到的Chile,Cuba,South Africa和Australia这些都是赤道或者南半球的)
14除了有国家上的竞争,还存在什么上的竞争?
Substitute 建筑材料的替代品

第二篇:
鸟类使用工具的行为
原文分段大意:1-7)
第1段之前一直认为只有人类是高智能现在发现猩猩chimpanzee甚至鸟都有;这样 Reviewing common belief
第2段说了两种鸟。一种BK是会用石头抓鱼还是弄吃的,一种NXC使用石头砸玻璃,也是为了食物examples of different species of birds' intelligence
第3段鸟的生存环境残酷鸟也有竞争
Link between capacity of using tools and survival
第4段Big-sized brain 生理上,脑大的鸟更聪明
G Physiological evident of birds’ intelligence
第5段 鸟类的自我意识和社会性活动
H Link between cognitive ability and society communal performance
第6段White winged Chough的幼鸟如何对待雏鸟chicks
第7段鸟类之间如何耍小聪明
I how younger birds trick on others
8-13)Matching
BK for black kite黑鸢
WC for White-winged Chough 白翅拟鸦
NXC For New Caledonian crows 乌鸦
14 用工具砸开 broke covering shell of nuts food---NXC
15 When observed,幼鸟才会给雏鸟 feather groom ---BK
16会用诱饵捕鱼fishing bait ---BK
17会用火烧草把虫子 frighten prey 赶出来 ---- WC
18 Has specific favorite tools 喜爱的工具---WC
19 reserved工具再用到别的地方--- NX

第三篇:
儿童心理学家
回忆8:
小作文:柱状图
一个国家一年中不同年龄组在度假、衣服和电子设备上花费的占比

大作文:
Many developing countries are currently expanding their tourist industries. Why is this the case? Is it a positive or a negative development?
回忆9:
阅读
Passage1 新西兰木材
题型:判断+填空
1 -6 判断
1. FALSE
2. TRUE
3. NOT GIVEN
4. FALSE
5. TRUE

7-13 填空
7. shopping cost
8. 待回忆
9. export sector
10. 60,000
11. biggest sector
12. soft word
13. Scandinavian countries
14. Substitute

Passage2: 鸟类的行为
题型:匹配
15 - 21 heading匹配
15. 选 Reviewing common belief
16. 选 examples of different spiecies of bird's intelligence
17. 选 link between capacity of using tools and survival
18. 选 Physiological evidence of bird's intellgence
19. 选 link between cognitive ability and society communal performance
20. 选 white-winged chough
21. 选 how younger birds trick on others
22 -27 匹配
22. 选 New Caledonian Crows
23. 选 Black Kite
24. 选 Black Kite
25. 选 White-winged Chough
26. 选 White-winged Chough
27. 选 New Caledonian Crows

Passage3: 一个儿童心理学家
回忆10:




2021年8月12日中国大陆雅思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:
大陆8月12:
小作文:
类型:表格
题目:四个国家在2013年三种不同种类的油(olive oil/sunflower oil/corn oil)的产出

大作文:
题目:Nowadays, people spend more and more time away from their families. Why?What effect will it have on themselves and their families.
回忆2:
阅读部分
Passage 1:图书与文件的未来电子化

Passage 2:工作安全与工作环境

Passage 3:猛犸象的灭亡
Mammoth kill
文章大意:关于北美的大型哺乳动物猛犸象是为什么走上灭绝之路的。专家们分别提出3套理论来解释,但是很遗憾没有一套理论有人信。第一种理论认为是人类过度打猎,叫做overkill model导致了大型动物的灭绝;第二种理论认为原因是deadly disease,是人类身上的传染病把动物给弄死的;第三种理论把责任怪罪到气候不稳定上面considerable climate instability.
原文:
A mammoth is any species of the extinctgenus Mammuthus, proboscideans commonly equipped with long, curved tusks and,in northern species, a covering of long hair. They lived from the Plioceneepoch (from around 5 million years ago) into the Holocene at about 4,500 yearsago, and were members of the family Elephantidae, which contains, along withmammoths, the two genera of modern elephants and their ancestors.
A   
Like their modern relatives, mammothswere quite large. The largest known species reached heights in the region of 4m at the shoulder and weights of up to 8 tonnes, while exceptionally largemales may have exceeded 12 tonnes. However, most species of mammoth were onlyabout as large as a modern Asian elephant. Both sexes bore tusks. A first,small set appeared at about the age of six months, and these were replaced atabout 18 months by the permanent set. Growth of the permanent set was at a rateof about 2.5 to 15.2 cm per year. Based on studies of their close relatives,the modern elephants, mammoths probably had a gestation period of 22 months,resulting in a single calf being born. Their social structure was probably thesame as that of African and Asian elephants, with females living in herdsheaded by a matriarch, whilst bulls lived solitary lives or formed loose groupsafter sexual maturity.
B   
MEXICO CITY – Although it’s hard toimagine in this age of urban sprawl and automobiles, North America oncebelonged to mammoths, camels, ground sloths as large as cows, bear-size beaversand other formidable beasts. Some 11,000 years ago, however, these large-bodiedmammals and others – about 70 species in all – disappeared. Their demisecoincided roughly with the arrival of humans in the New World and dramaticclimatic change – factors that have inspired several theories about thedie-off. Yet despite decades of scientific investigation, the exact causeremains a mystery. Now new findings offer support to one of these controversialhypotheses: that human hunting drove this megafaunal menagerie to extinction.The overkill model emerged in the 1960s, when it was put forth by Paul S.Martin of the University of Arizona. Since then, critics have charged that noevidence exists to support the idea that the first Americans hunted to theextent necessary to cause these extinctions. But at the annual meeting of theSociety of Vertebrate Paleontology in Mexico City last October, paleoecologistJohn Alroy of the University of California at Santa Barbara argued that, infact, hunting-driven extinction is not only plausible, it was unavoidable. Hehas determined, using a computer simulation, that even a very modest amount ofhunting would have wiped these animals out.
C   
Assuming an initial human population of100 people that grew no more than 2 percent annually, Alroy determined that ifeach band of, say, 50 people killed 15 to 20 large mammals a year, humans couldhave eliminated the animal populations within 1,000 years. Large mammals inparticular would have been vulnerable to the pressure because they have longergestation periods than smaller mammals and their young require extended care.
D   
Not everyone agrees with Alroy’sassessment. For one, the results depend in part on population-size estimatesfor the extinct animals – figures that are not necessarily reliable. But a morespecific criticism comes from mammalogist Ross D. E. MacPhee of the AmericanMuseum of Natural History in New York City, who points out that the relevantarchaeological record contains barely a dozen examples of stone points embeddedin mammoth bones (and none, it should be noted, are known from other megafaunalremains) – hardly what one might expect if hunting drove these animals to extinction.Furthermore, some of these species had huge ranges – the giant Jefferson’sground sloth, for example, lived as far north as the Yukon and as far south asMexico – which would have made slaughtering them in numbers sufficient to causetheir extinction rather implausible, he says.
E   
MacPhee agrees that humans most likelybrought about these extinctions (as well as others around the world thatcoincided with human arrival), but not directly. Rather he suggests that peoplemay have introduced hyperlethal disease, perhaps through their dogs orhitchhiking vermin, which then spread wildly among the immunologically naivespecies of the New World. As in the overkill model, populations of largemammals would have a harder time recovering. Repeated outbreaks of ahyperdisease could thus quickly drive them to the point of no return. So farMacPhee does not have empirical evidence for the hyperdisease hypothesis, andit won’t be easy to come by: hyperlethal disease would kill far too quickly toleave its signature on the bones themselves. But he h
The third explanation for what brought onthis North American extinction does not involve human beings. Instead itsproponents blame the loss on the weather. The Pleistocene epoch witnessedconsiderable climatic instability, explains paleontologist Russell W. Graham ofthe Denver Museum of Nature and Science. As a result, certain habitatsdisappeared, and species that had once formed communities split apart. For someanimals, this change brought opportunity. For much of the megafauna, however,the increasingly homogeneous environment left them with shrinking geographicalranges – a death sentence for large animals, which need large ranges. Althoughthese creatures managed to maintain viable populations through most of thePleistocene, the final major fluctuation – the so-called Younger Dryas event –pushed them over the edge, Graham says. For his part, Alroy is convinced thathuman hunters demolished the titans of the Ice Age. The overkill model explainseverything the disease and climate scenarios explain, he asserts, and makesaccurate predictions about which species would eventually go extinct. “Personally,I’m a vegetarian,” he remarks, “and I find all of this kind of gross – butbelievable.”
Questions 1-7
Complete the following summary of theparagraphs of Reading Passage, using NO MORE THAN THREEWORDS from the Reading Passage for each answer.
Write your answers inboxes 1-7 on your answer sheet.
The reason why had big size mammalsbecome extinct 11,000 years ago is under hot debate.   Firstexplanation is that 1……  of human made it happen. This socalled 2……  began from 1960s suggested by an expert, who howeverreceived criticism of lack of further information. Another assumption promotedby MacPhee is that deadly 3…… from human causes their demises.However his hypothesis required more 4……  to testify itsvalidity. Graham proposed a third hypothesis that 5……  inPleistocene epoch drove some species disappear,reduced 6……  posed a dangerous signal to these giants,and 7……  finally wiped them out.
Questions 8-13
Use the information in the passage tomatch the people (listed A-C) with opinions or deeds below.
Write the appropriateletters A-C in boxes 8-13 on your answer sheet.
NB    you may use anyletter more than once.
A John Alroy
B Ross D.E. MacPhee
C Russell W. Graham
8. Human hunting well explained whichspecies would finally disappear
9. Further grounded proof needed toexplain human’s indirect impact on mammals
10. Over hunting situation has causeddie-out of large mammals.
11. Illness rather than hunting caused extensiveextinction.
12. Doubt raised through the study ofseveral fossil records.
13. Climate shift is the main reason ofextinction.

答案
填空题
1. Mammoth inhabited North America some11,000 years ago.
2. Mammoth died out due to human hunting. (theory one)
3. An overkill modelwasraised.
4. A deadly disease wasintroduced by human. (theory two)
5. There is little empirical evidence.
6. The extinction was caused by considerable climateinstability. (theory three)
7. Their habitats were ruined.
人名理论配对题
Professor A
Professor B
Professor C
8. Hunting is not the reason why mammoth died out. A
9. The bigger the animals are, the more room they need.B
10. Human was an indirect cause of their extinction. B
11. Climate changes destroyed their habitats. C
12. Calculation estimate of the population could help the control ofanimal species. C
13. B
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听力
Part 1:租房咨询
题型:填空
1.Stonehart
2.manager
3.credit
4.top
5.parking
6.visitors
7.bike
8-10 待回忆

Part 2:健身时如何照顾孩子
题型: 多选+匹配
11-14 多选
11-12
A. more space for children to play
C. special class for children

13-14
B. dance class
D. for new staff

15-20 匹配
15.Kimberly-C
16.Martin-B
17.Robert-A
18.Edward-E
19.Andrew-G
20.Tommy-F

Part 3:英国蜜蜂研究
题型:选择+匹配
21-26 选择
21.A
22.A
23.A
24.A
25.A
26.B

27-30 匹配
27. Asian Bee 匹配 effective
28. Vanguard bee 匹配 can be safely used in all equipment
29. blue-ribbon bee 匹配 available anywhere
30. 匹配 can be used in any condition

Part 4: 实地考察
考试童鞋较少,回忆待确定
Field Trip to Quebec in Canada
31 registration   
32 services   
33 ecology   
34 insects   
35 forests   
36 repairs
37 plant-species   
38 rocks   
39 analysis   
40 rainfall
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听力
Section 1
租房咨询
1.Stonehart
2.manager
3.credit
4.top
5.parking
6.visitors
7.bike
8-10 答案缺失

Section 2
男的健身的时候如何照顾孩子
Children care centre program
11-14) multiple choices11-12) what did the woman say about childcare?5选2
A more space for children to play
B Childcare for all the days  
C special class for children parents can leave their children all day
D children care are free
E meal are provided
13-14)what are fitness class for?5选2
A weighting training听到一个说 boxing
B dance exercise class
C special class for teenagers
D for new staff
E more daytime more evening class原文中是新阶段不会再有
15-20)Matching
A won more than one-award in his city
B injured  
C retired from tennis child's name
E married with famous people
F give the award he got to children
G Favored by fans
H from Australia  
I titled in French
15 Kimberly----C retired from tennis
16 Martin---B pity!不能获得很好的成绩,because he was hurt his back
17 Robert----A win New York city prize his for 3 times
18 Edward---E反正说他老婆是个名人 (his wife has the French title 本人没有)
19 Andrew----G表演比别人都多来一次super fans with ****
20 Tommy---F 开展免费的俱乐部之类的,专门教小朋友

Section 3
《英国蜜蜂研究》
21-26 选择
21.A
22.A
23.A
24.A
25.A
26.B
27-30 匹配
27. Asian Bee 匹配 effective
28. Vanguard bee 匹配 can be safely used in all equipment
29. blue-ribbon bee 匹配 available anywhere
30. 匹配 can be used in any condition
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