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2022年4月30日中国大陆雅思AG类机考真题回忆+答案汇总(听说读写答案+机经整理汇总)
回忆1:
雅思阅读部分
第一篇:摩斯密码
Morse code
   A  Morse code is being replaced by a newsatellite-based system for sending distress calls at sea. Since 1992 countriesaround the world have been decommissioning their Morse equipment with similar(if less poetic) sign-offs, as the worlds shippingswitches over to a new satellite- based arrangement, the Global MaritimeDistress and Safety System. The final deadline for the switch-over to GMDSS isFebruary 1 st, a date that is widely seen as the end of an era. For althoughdots and dashes will not die out altogether theywill, for example, continue to be used by amateur radio operators, spies, andsome members of the armed forces theswitch to GMDSS marks the end of the last significant international use ofMorse.
  B  Thecode has, however, had a good history. Appropriately for a technology commonlyassociated with radio operators on sinking ships, the idea of Morse code issaid to have occurred to Samuel Morse while he was on board a ship crossing theAtlantic. At the time Morse was a painter and occasional inventor, but whenanother of the ships passengers informed him of recentadvances in electrical theory, Morse was suddenly taken with the idea ofbuilding an electric telegraph. Other inventors had been trying to do just thatfor the best part of a century. Morse succeeded and is now remembered as 'thefather of the telegraph partly thanks to his single mindedness it was 12 years, for example, before he secured moneyfrom Congress to build his first telegraph line but alsofor technical reasons.
  C  Comparedwith rival electric telegraph designs, Morses designwas very simple: it required little more than a key (essentially, a spring-loaded switch) to sendmessages, a clicking sounder toreceive them, and a wire to link the two. But although Morses hardware was simple, there was a catch: in order touse his equipment, operators had to learn the special code of dotsand dashes.Originally, Morse had not intended to use combinations of dots and dashes torepresent individual letters. His first code, sketched in his notebook duringthat transatlantic voyage, used dots and dashes to represent the digits 0 to 9.Morses idea was that messages would consist ofstrings of numbers corresponding to words and phrases in a special numbereddictionary. But Morse later abandoned this scheme and, with the help of anassociate, Alfred Vail, devised the Morse alphabet, which could be used tospell out messages a letter at a time in dots and dashes. At first, the need tolearn this complicated-looking code made Morsestelegraph seem impossibly tricky compared with other, more user-friendlydesigns. Cookes and Wheat stones telegraph, for example, used five needles to pickout letters on a diamond-shaped grid. But although this meant that anyone coulduse it, it also required five wires between telegraph stations. Morses telegraph needed only one.
  D  Aselectric telegraphy took off in the early 1850s, the Morse telegraph quicklybecame dominant. It was adopted as the European standard in 1851, allowingdirect connections between the telegraph networks of different countries.(Britain chose not to participate, sticking with needle telegraphs for a fewmore years. ) By this time Morse code had been revised to allow for accents andother foreign characters, resulting in a split between American andInternational Morse that continues to this day.
  E  Oninternational submarine cables, left and right swings of a light-beam reflectedfrom a tiny rotating mirror were used to represent dots and dashes. Meanwhile adistinct telegraphic subculture was emerging, with its own customs andvocabulary, and a hierarchy based on the speed at which operators could sendand receive Morse code. First-class operators, who could send and receive atspeeds of up to 45 words a minute, handled press traffic, securing thebest-paid jobs in big cities. At the bottom of the pile were slow,inexperienced rural operators, many of whom worked the wires as part-timers. Astheir Morse code improved, however, rural operators found that their new-foundskill was a passport to better pay in a city job. Telegraphers soon swelled theranks of the emerging middle classes. Telegraphy was also deemed suitable workfor women. By 1870, a third of the operators in the Western Union office in NewYorkthe largest telegraph office in America,were female.
  F  Ina dramatic ceremony in 1871, Morse himself said goodbye to the global communityof telegraphers he had brought into being. By the time of his death in 1872,the world was well and truly wired: more than 650, 000 miles of telegraph lineand 30, 000 miles of submarine cable were throbbing with Morse code; and 20000 towns and villages were connected to the globalnetwork. Just as the Internet is today often called an 'informationsuperhighway‘, the telegraph was described in its day asan instantaneous highway of thought.
  G  But by the 1890s the Morse telegraph s heyday as a cutting-edge technology was coming toan end, with the invention of the telephone and the rise of automatictelegraphs, precursors of the teleprinter, neither of which required specialistskills to operate. Morse code, however, was about to be given a new lease oflife thanks to another new technology: wireless. Following the invention ofradiotelegraphy by Guglielmo Marconi in 1896, its potential for use at seaquickly became apparent. For the first time, ships could communicate with eachother, and with the shore, whatever the weather and even when out of visualrange. In 1897 Marconi successfully sent Morse code messages between a shorestation and an Italian warship 19km (12 miles) away. The first sea rescue aftera distress call sent by radiotelegraph took place in 1899, when a lightship inthe Dover Straits reported the grounding of Elbe, a steamship.
     H After nearly 170 years, Morse code will finally slip beneath the waves.Over and out as communications protocols go, Morse has lasted a surprisinglylong time--admittedly with a few tweaks here and there. There classical dotsand dashes will not die out altogether--they will, for example, continue to beused by amateur radio operators, spies, and some members of the armed forces.
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答案:
27 . ii     28 .vii    29. iv     30. i     31. iii   32: ix
33. vi     34 Not Given      35.True        36.True
37. Not Given    38.Not Given      39.B      40.C

第二篇:双语使用情况
第三篇:新西兰天气
回忆2:
小作文:折线图
大作文:报告类
In many countries, people spend more and more time away from their families. What causes this trend? What effect do you think it has on themselves and their families?
回忆3:
雅思听力部分
Part 1 旅游场景咨询
题型:填空
1. prefer location area: the northeast
2. try to avoid peak/high season
3. length of stay: a weekend
4. must be very quiet
5. a good beach for children
6. a restaurant nearby
7. prefer a garden instead of a balcony
8. personal detail: name: Mrs. Cheffins
9. contact number: 0192477285
10. where she saw the ads: the magazine of the country living

Part 2 答案缺失

Part 3 答案缺失

Part 4 纺织工厂与学校合作的项目介绍
题型:填空
In the first year
31. subject: engineering
32. goal: the printed textile
33. focus on the global market
In the second year
34. demonstration, documentation and suggestions
35. tutorials help students make decisions
36. traditional tools for commercial uses
In the third year
37. reflective practice
In the fourth year
38. journalist/journalism
39. there is a computer program. If anyone is interested in it, please contact us
40. if you are interested in the project, at last, you can contact us and we can have a short interview
回忆4:
小作文 折线图
主题:几种鱼肉的消耗量

大作文
Nowadays, many people spend less and less time at home. What are the reasons and what are the effects of this trend on individuals and on society?
回忆5:
阅读
第一篇:摩斯密码
1 x   
2 xi   
3 iii   
4 i   
5 vi   
6 ii   
7 ix   
8 vii   
9 FALSE   
10 TRUE   
11 TRUE      
12 NOT GIVEN   
13 NOT GIVEN

第二篇:双语使用情况

第三篇:新西兰天气
27 D
28 B  
29 A  
30 C   
31 A   
32 A
33 high tides  
34 agricultural production  
35 coastal boundaries
36 NG   
37 NG  
38 N  
39 Y  
40 暂无
回忆6:
Task 1 线图:
The graph shows the number of four types of fish worldwide between 1992 and 2007.
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Task 2
In many countries, people spend more and more time away from their families.
Why is this?
What the effects on the people themselves and their families?
回忆7:
阅读
Passage 1  History of bar code
题型:填空*8+判断*5

填空题:
1. use ultraviolet light  and special patterns ;
2. Morse code and _______;
3. ______ and expensive;
4. speed of checkouts increased ;
5. 待回忆;
6. 待回忆;
7. 待回忆;
8. 待回忆;

判断题:
9. TRUE:a committee ask for cheap and useful method ;
10. NOT GIVEN:一个人反对政府政策;
11. NOT GIVEN;
12. FALSE:超市都买不起一个设备,原文说花了很多钱;
13. TRUE:大家花了很长时间才接受新技术,原文说一开始人们confused;

Passage 2  Advantages of being bilingual
题型:段落信息配对+人名观点配对+填空

14. an example(B段讲一个女生朝着车走的例子);
15. 待回忆;
16. a  reference(C段讲一个日本女人说英语和日语内容不同);
17. 待回忆;
18. an explanation(C段解释德语和英语的不同,德语是目的导向的语言,英语是行为导向的语言);
19. 人的态度和观点会根据不同的语言改变(原文说一个日本女人说英语和日语内容不同);
20. 会两种语言记忆里会好(原文老人不容易dementia);
21. 待回忆;
22. 两种语言间使用不会有冲突(原文rarely happen);
23. 待回忆;
24. 待回忆;
25. a culture;
26. career ;

Passage 3 Global Warming in New Zealand
题型:单选*6+配对*3+判断*5

单选题:
27. D,第一段全球变暖带来的温度变化,新西兰比世界其他地区温度升高的少;
28. 第二段moisture,影响农业;
29. 第三段关于drought;
30. 第四段关于glaciers;
31. D,第五段关于skiing,新西兰雪会变多;
32. 第六段关于NWC组织,有些地区的温度会很高;

配对题:
33. 待回忆;
34. 待回忆;
35. shape of(coastal line);

判断题:
36. YES;
37. NOT GIVEN;
38. YES,农业不容易创新;
39. NO,一种爬行动物很vulnerable,原文说这种动物根据自然变化调节能力强;
40. NO,New Zealand 为了减慢全球变暖,应该减少二氧化碳排放,原文说even;
回忆8:
听力
Part 1 预定乡村旅游酒店
题型:表格填空*10

1. preferred area: the Northeast (陷阱coast);
2. the place must be quiet
3. a beach for children;
4. a restaurant nearby;
5. a garden(陷阱balcony);
6. not on high season
7. length of stay:a weekend(陷阱week);
8. name: Mrs. Cheffins
9. contact number: 0192477285
10. where she saw the advertisement: Magazine ‘Country Living’;

Part 2 City Market介绍
题型:配对*5+地图*5

配对题:五个不同名称的market的special features
11. oldest(替换historical);
12. 待回忆;
13. experience (替换unusual entertainment);
14. 待回忆;
15. made themselves(替换handmade);

地图题:Fountain Market
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16. tea(in the middle);
17. spices(big tree);
18. meat;

Part 3  两个学生讨论诗歌研究
题型:单选*5 + 配对*5

单选题:
21. 两个同学同意主题是?
22. 待回忆;
23. 女生觉得有趣的点是?
24. 男生去找老师做什么?
正确答案:B 问老师关于一首诗的观点;
25. 两个同学接下来做什么(do next)?
正确答案:B write=essay

配对题:
26. do not tell lies(替换honesty);
27. happen to meet someone(替换hope或relationship);
28. nature(原词nature);
29. harmony(替换peace);
30. grow up(替换youth) ;

Part 4  Textile in business Market
题型:笔记填空*10
31. engineering faculty;
32. knitted, printed, woven;
33. first year focus on global market
34. second year focus on documentation and suggestion;
35. students can be offered tutorials
36. traditional tools;
37. reflective practice;
38. make a business plan ;
39. job of journalism
40. if interested come tomorrow for a short interview
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