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2022年1月20日、1月22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:
小作文: 表格 六个国家带薪休假的天数
大作文:In many countries,children are becoming overweight and unhealthy.Some people think that the government should have the responsibility.To what extent do you agree or disagree?
回忆2:
阅读回忆:
Passage1: 航海冒险家
题型:判断
1-7 判断
1. YES
2. NOT GIVEN
3. NO
4. NOT GIVEN
5. YES
6. NO
7. NOT GIVEN
8. rock
9. teeth
10. descendants
11. canoes
12. (prevailing)trade winds
13. seabirds and turtles

Passage2: 不同情绪
Passage3: 建筑相关
回忆3:
听 力
P1:旅馆住宿
题型:填空
1. flights
2. cheapest budget
3. Johne Smyth
4. April
5. 110
6. non-smoking room
7. culture centre
8. camel
9. desert
10. stars

P2:新西兰花园
题型:匹配+选择
11-16 选择
11. C
12. B
13. B
14. B
15. A
16. A
17-20 匹配
17. E
18. B
19. G
20. D

P3:关于浪费食物的研究

P4:海豚智商
题型:填空
31. fishing net
32. rats
33. aware
34. smile
35. walking
36. newspaper
37. social
38. whistle
39. fight
40. instinctive
回忆4:
雅思听力部分
Part 1 旅游住宿
题型:填空
1-10 填空
1. looking for flights and accommodation
2. the cheapest budget
3. woman’s name: Johne Smyth
4. Arriving date: April
5. single room needs extra fee: 110 dollars special requirements
6. non-smoking room
7. culture center
8. visit the camel farm
9. desert
10. the name of a drama: Dreamtime under the stars

Part 2 公园发展历史和公园设施
题型:选择+地图
11-16 选择
11. the park was originally a site for
C. volcano
12. the two chief met in the area to
B. end fighting
13. the park was founded n
B. 1842
14. the area used for testing is
B. formal garden
15. who provided the artwork to the village
A. the city council
16. what is said about the temperate house
A. it houses a large number of endangered New Zealand plants
17-20 地图
QQ图片20220122174249.jpg
17. E. opposite the museum
18. B. opposite the car park
19. G. the first fight hand turn on Wellington entrance
20. D. turn left at the first corner of Wellington entrance and walk pass the corner with George street entry

Part 3 答案缺失

Part 4 生物介绍
题型:填空
Point 1: not highly intelligent
31. their way of not escaping barrier, such as fishing net for catching tuna leading to unnecessary injury or death
32. small brain animals such as pigeons and rats can do
33. pigeon are aware of themselves
34. for some behaviors, people wrongly thought it was a smile
Point 2: highly intelligent
35. imitate the keeper’s walking
36. one female dolphin hides a newspaper
37. dolphin has been seen as social animals
38. each produces a unique sound like the whistle
39. touch and stroke each other to make up after a fight
40. pigeons are trained to conditional response and instinctive reaction
回忆5:
阅读:
第一篇:Voyageof Going: beyond the blue line 2(航海冒险家)
A
Onefeels a certain sympathy for Captain James Cook on the day in 1778 that he"discovered" Hawaii. Then on his third expedition to the Pacific, theBritish navigator had explored scores of islands across the breadth of the sea,from lush New Zealand to the lonely wastes of Easter Island. This latest voyagehad taken him thousands of miles north from the Society Islands to anarchipelago so remote that even the old Polynesians back on Tahiti knew nothingabout it. Imagine Cook's surprise, then, when the natives of Hawaii camepaddling out in their canoes and greeted him in a familiar tongue, one he hadheard on virtually every mote of inhabited land he had visited. Marveling atthe ubiquity of this Pacific language and culture, he later wondered in hisjournal: "How shall we account for this Nation spreading it self so farover this Vast ocean?"
B
Answershave been slow in coming. But now a startling archaeological find on the islandof Efate, in the Pacific nation of Vanuatu, has revealed an ancient seafaringpeople, the distant ancestors of today's Polynesians, taking their first stepsinto the unknown. The discoveries there have also opened a window into theshadowy world of those early voyagers. At the same time, other pieces of thishuman puzzle are turning up in unlikely places. Climate data gleaned fromslow-growing corals around the Pacific and from sediments in alpine lakes inSouth America may help explain how, more than a thousand years later, a secondwave of seafarers beat their way across the entire Pacific.
C
"Whatwe have is a first- or second-generation site containing the graves of some ofthe Pacific's first explorers," says Spriggs, professor of archaeology atthe Australian National University and co-leader of an international teamexcavating the site. It came to light only by luck. A backhoe operator, diggingup topsoil on the grounds of a derelict coconut plantation, scraped open agrave - the first of dozens in a burial ground some 3,000 years old. It is theoldest cemetery ever found in the Pacific islands, and it harbors the bones ofan ancient people archaeologists call the Lapita, a label that derives from abeach in New Caledonia where a landmark cache of their pottery was found in the1950s. They were daring blue-water adventurers who roved the sea not just asexplorers but also as pioneers, bringing along everything they would need tobuild new lives - their families and livestock, taro seedlings and stone tools.
D
Withinthe span of a few centuries the Lapita stretched the boundaries of their worldfrom the jungle-clad volcanoes of Papua New Guinea to the loneliest coraloutliers of Tonga, at least 2,000 miles eastward in the Pacific. Along the waythey explored millions of square miles of unknown sea, discovering andcolonizing scores of tropical islands never before seen by human eyes: Vanuatu,New Caledonia, Fiji, Samoa.
E
Whatlittle is known or surmised about them has been pieced together from fragmentsof pottery, animal bones, obsidian flakes, and such oblique sources ascomparative linguistics and geochemistry. Although their voyages can be tracedback to the northern islands of Papua New Guinea, their language - variants ofwhich are still spoken across the Pacific - came from Taiwan. And theirpeculiar style of pottery decoration, created by pressing a carved stamp intothe clay, probably had its roots in the northern Philippines. With thediscovery of the Lapita cemetery on Efate, the volume of data available to researchershas expanded dramatically. The bones of at least 62 individuals have beenuncovered so far - including old men, young women, even babies - and moreskeletons are known to be in the ground. Archaeologists were also thrilled todiscover six complete Lapita pots; before this, only four had ever been found.Other discoveries included a burial urn with modeled birds arranged on the rimas though peering down at the human bones sealed inside. It's an importantfind, Spriggs says, for it conclusively identifies the remains as Lapita."It would be hard for anyone to argue that these aren't Lapita when youhave human bones enshrined inside what is unmistakably a Lapita urn."
F
Severallines of evidence also undergird Spriggs's conclusion that this was a communityof pioneers making their first voyages into the remote reaches of Oceania. Forone thing, the radiocarbon dating of bones and charcoal places them early inthe Lapita expansion. For another, the chemical makeup of the obsidian flakeslittering the site indicates that the rock wasn't local; instead it wasimported from a large island in Papua New Guinea's Bismarck Archipelago, thespringboard for the Lapita's thrust into the Pacific. A particularly intriguingclue comes from chemical tests on the teeth of several skeletons. DNA teasedfrom these ancient bones may also help answer one of the most puzzlingquestions in Pacific anthropology: Did all Pacific islanders spring from onesource or many? Was there only one outward migration from a single point inAsia, or several from different points? "This represents the bestopportunity we've had yet," says Spriggs, "to find out who the Lapitaactually were, where they came from, and who their closest descendants aretoday."
G
There isone stubborn question for which archaeology has yet to provide any answers: Howdid the Lapita accomplish the ancient equivalent of a moon landing, many timesover? No one has found one of their canoes or any rigging, which could revealhow the canoes were sailed. Nor do the oral histories and traditions of laterPolynesians offer any insights, for they segue into myth long before they reachas far back in time as the Lapita. "All we can say for certain is that theLapita had canoes that were capable of ocean voyages, and they had the abilityto sail them," says Geoff Irwin, a professor of archaeology at theUniversity of Auckland and an avid yachtsman. Those sailing skills, he says,were developed and passed down over thousands of years by earlier mariners whoworked their way through the archipelagoes of the western Pacific making shortcrossings to islands within sight of each other. Reaching Fiji, as they did acentury or so later, meant crossing more than 500 miles of ocean, pressing onday after day into the great blue void of the Pacific. What gave them thecourage to launch out on such a risky voyage?
H
TheLapita's thrust into the Pacific was eastward, against the prevailing tradewinds, Irwin notes. Those nagging headwinds, he argues, may have been the keyto their success. "They could sail out for days into the unknown andreconnoiter, secure in the knowledge that if they didn't find anything, theycould turn about and catch a swift ride home on the trade winds. It's what madethe whole thing work." Once out there, skilled seafarers would detectabundant leads to follow to land: seabirds and turtles, coconuts and twigscarried out to sea by the tides, and the afternoon pileup of clouds on the horizonthat often betokens an island in the distance. Some islands may have broadcasttheir presence with far less subtlety than a cloud bank. Some of the mostviolent eruptions anywhere on the planet during the past 10,000 years occurredin Melanesia, which sits nervously in one of the most explosive volcanicregions on Earth. Even less spectacular eruptions would have sent plumes ofsmoke billowing into the stratosphere and rained ash for hundreds of miles.It's possible that the Lapita saw these signs of distant islands and latersailed off in their direction, knowing they would find land. For returningexplorers, successful or not, the geography of their own archipelagoes provideda safety net to keep them from overshooting their home ports and sailing offinto eternity.
I
Howeverthey did it, the Lapita spread themselves a third of the way across thePacific, then called it quits for reasons known only to them. Ahead lay thevast emptiness of the central Pacific, and perhaps they were too thinlystretched to venture farther. They probably never numbered more than a fewthousand in total, and in their rapid migration eastward they encounteredhundreds of islands - more than 300 in Fiji alone. Still, more than amillennium would pass before the Lapita's descendants, a people we now call thePolynesians, struck out in search of new territory.

Questions1-7
Do thefollowing statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage?
In boxes1-7 on your answer sheet, write YES, if the statement agrees with theviews of the writer, write NO, if the statement contradicts the views ofthe writer, write NOT GIVEN, if it is impossible to say what the writerthinks about this
1Captain cook once expected the Hawaii might speak another language of peoplefrom other pacific islands.
2Captain cook depicted number of cultural aspects of Polynesians in his journal.
3Professor Spriggs and his research team went to the Efate to try to find thesite of ancient cemetery.
4 TheLapita completed a journey of around 2,000 miles in a period less than acentenary.
5 TheLapita were the first inhabitants in many pacific islands.
6 Theunknown pots discovered in Efate had once been used for cooking.
7 Theurn buried in Efate site was plain as it was without any decoration.

Questions8-10
Completethe following summary of the paragraphs of Reading Passage, using NO MORETHAN TWO WORDS from the Reading Passage for each answer.Write your answersin boxes 8-10 on your answer sheet.
ScientificEvident found in Efate site
Testsshow the human remains and the charcoal found in the buried um are from thestart of the Lapita period. Yet the 8 covering many of the Efate site did notcome from that area. Then examinations carried out on the 9 discovered at Efatesite reveal that not everyone buried there was a native living in the area. Infact, DNA could identify the Lapita's nearest present-days 10 .

Questions11-13
Answerthe questions below.
Choose NOMORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the passage for each answer.
Writeyour answers in boxes 11-13 on your answer sheet.
What didthe Lapita travel in when they crossed the oceans?
What didthe Lapita travel in when they crossed the oceans? 11
InIrwins's view, what would the Latipa have relied on to bring them fast back tothe base? 12
Whichsea creatures would have been an indication to the Lapita of where to findland? 13
答案:
1 YES
2 NO
3 NO
4 NOTGIVEN
5 YES
6 NOTGIVEN
7 NO
8 rock
9 teeth
10descendants
11canoes
12 (the)trade winds
13seabirds and turtles
回忆6:
小作文:
静态图
六个国家带薪休假的天数
The table below shows the minimum numbers of public holidays that companies are required to give their full-time workers in six countries in 2016.
QQ图片20220122173903.jpg
大作文:
In many countries, children are becoming overweight and unhealthy. Some people think that it is the government's responsibility. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
建议思路:
不怎么同意 tend to disagree

主体段1: 不可否认,政府还是有责任能做一些事情来解决问题的例如宣传和教育
主体段2: 光靠政府不够,学校,家长和孩子个人也要参与进来。
学校:组织课程,安排锻炼等
家长:提供健康饮食,监督日常锻炼等
孩子自己:劳逸结合,自律,改变不健康的生活习惯
回忆7:
阅读部分
Passage1:航海冒险家
1-7 判断
1. T:他是看了个著作开始了ambition (是的)
2. F/NG 待回忆
3. T 在HMS是他接的第一个任务 earlist = the first
4. F:他媳妇和他一起去了第二次冒险(没有,没批准)
5. NG 船员再想修好船再出发
6. T他给captain分享了很多有用的信息(分享了水资源等)
7. F 他绘制了澳洲的完整地图(没有)
8-13填空
8. navy
9. Tamin….拼写的一个岛的名字
10. southern 画这个海岸的地图
11. married
12. 回来带了个什么东西:有点长的一个单词
13. 1841年,他。。。

Passage2:不同的情绪
难易度:一般
题型:段落信息配对+人名配对+填空
focus, friendship, society

Passage3:某种建筑风格
难易度:较难
题型:单选+判断+信息配对
待回忆
回忆8:
听力部分
Part 1:travel agency的咨询
难易度: 一般
题型:填空
1. flights
2. the cheapest budget
3. Jahne Smyth
4. April
5. 110
6. non-smoking room
7. cultural centre
8. camel
9. desert
10. stars

Part 2:学生旅游
难易度:  一般
题型: 单选+地图

11.  volcano
12. A end fighting
13. B 1842年
14. B formal gardens
15. B local residents
16. A endangered New Zealand plants
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Part 3:浪费食物的讨论(新题)
难易度:偏难
题型:单选+多选
21. 两个人同意的观点:A sample很多
22. 两人都震惊的事实:C 人们lack of knowledge
23. 什么人:C 待回忆
24. 什么人容易浪费食物:A没结婚的人
25. 为什么不用他的资料:B out of date
26. 他们presentation的点是:B financial effects
27. /28: 多选 什么原因导致浪费:C做的太多了+E家庭计划改变
29/30: 多选:如何减少浪费:B打包吃不完的食物+D每次少买一些

Part 4:海豚智力
难易度:一般
题型:填空
31. net
32. rats
33. aware
34. smile
35. walking
36. newspaper
37. social
38. whistle
39. fight
40. instinctive
回忆9:
回忆10:



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