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2023年4月1日中国大陆雅思A类G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:
小作文:柱状图
澳大利亚某地五种职业在2001和2008年雇佣人数对比

大作文
Despite better access to education, many adults today still cannot read or write. In what ways are they disadvantaged? What can governments do to help them?

建议思路:
他们可能的劣势:
1. 找工作缺乏竞争力。许多工作都要求具有读写能力,尤其是高薪工作。缺乏读写能力不得不选择其他的工作例如体力劳动等。从收入和职业发展上都存在很大劣势。

2. 容易受骗或无法维护自身的合法权益。现在很多具有法律效力的文件都是文字形式需要签字等,缺乏读写能力在许多场合只能靠口头传递的信息缺乏法律效力,无法保证自身的合法权益。

3. 对后代的教育培养也缺乏优势。在孩子上学前,家庭教育也是非常重要的,如果父母缺乏读写能力,孩子在成长的过程中就会缺乏读写意识的培养,上学后也缺乏父母的支持和教育,从而可能逐渐落后于同龄人。

政府如何帮助他们:
1. 首先需要建立正规的工作介绍途径,多给这类人提供可选的工作范围,避免他们由于缺乏选择而被迫做一些低收入低发展的工作。

2. 建立免费或低学费的学习途径,例如社区公开课,网络公开课等,帮助他们逐渐提升基本的读写能力,尽量消除文盲人数。并同时给这类人员的后代也提供课后辅导等帮助和指导方法,提升新一代的教育发展。

3. 颁布新规定或完善劳动法律等,帮助这类人员在非文件的合同形式下维护合法权益的途径,例如完善合法录音讲解文件内容等,提供法律援助帮助这类人员维护合法权益。
回忆2:
阅读部分
Passage1:乡村交通规划
Rual transport plan of  "practical action"
原文:
Youshould spend about 20 minutes on Question 1-13 which are based on ReadingPassage below.
For morethan 40 years, Practical Action have worked with poor communities to identifythe types of transport that work best, taking into consideration culture, needsand skills. With our technical and practical support, isolated ruralcommunities can design, build and maintain their own solutions.
A
Whilstthe focus of National Development Plans in the transport sector lies heavily inthe areas of extending road networks and bridges, there are still major gapsidentified in addressing the needs of poorer communities. There is a need todevelop and promote the sustainable use of alternative transportsystems and intermediate means of transportation (IMTs) that complement thelinkages of poor people with road networks and other socio-economic infrastructuresto improve their livelihoods.
B
On theother hand, the development of all weathered roads (only 30 percent of ruralpopulation have access to this so far) and motorable bridges are very costly fora country with a small and stagnant economy. In addition these interventionsare not always favourable in all geographical contexts environmentally,socially and economically. More than 60 percent of the network is concentratedin the lowland areas of the country. Although there are a number of alternativeways by which transportation and mobility needs of rural communities in thehills can be addressed, a lack of clear government focus and policies, lack offiscal and economic incentives, lack of adequate technical knowledge andmanufacturing capacities have led to under-development of this alternativetransport sub-sector including the provision of IMTs.
C
One ofthe major causes of poverty is isolation. Improving the access and mobility ofthe isolated poor paves the way for access to markets, services andopportunities. By improving transport poorer people are able to access marketswhere they can buy or sell goods for income, and make better use of essentialservices such as health and education. No proper roads or vehicles mean womenand children are forced to spend many hours each day attending to their mostbasic needs, such as collecting water and firewood. This valuable time could beused to tend crops, care for the family, study or develop small business ideasto generate much needed income.
D
RoadBuilding
Withoutroads, rural communities are extremely restricted. Collecting water andfirewood, and going to local markets is a huge task, therefore it isunderstandable that the construction ofroads is a major priority for many rural communities. Practical Action arehelping to improve rural access/transport infrastructures through theconstruction and rehabilitation of short rural roads, small bridges, culvertsand other transport related functions. The aim is to use methods that encouragecommunity driven development. This means villagers can improve their own livesthrough better access to markets, health care, education and other economic andsocial opportunities, as well as bringing improved services and supplies to thenow-accessible villages.
E
Drivingforward new ideas
PracticalAction and the communities we work with are constantly crafting and honing newideas to help poor people. Cycle trailers have a practical business use too,helping people carry their goods, such as vegetables and charcoal, to marketsfor sale. Not only that, but those on the poverty-line can cam a decent incomeby making, maintaining and operating bicycle taxis. With Practical Action'sknow-how. Sri Lankan communities have been able to start a bus service andmaintain the roads along which it travels. The impact has been remarkable. Thisservice has put an end to rural people's social isolation Quick and affordable,it gives them a reliable way to travel to the nearest town, and now theirchildren can get an education, making it far more likely they'll find a pathout of poverty. Practical Action is also an active member of many national andregional networks through which exchange of knowledge and advocating based onaction research arc carried out and one conspicuous example is the LankaOrganic Agriculture Movement.
F
Sky-scrapingtransport system
Forpeople who live in remote, mountainous areas, getting food to market in orderto earn enough money to survive is a serious issue. The hills are so steep thattravelling down them is dangerous. A porter can help but they are expensive,and it would still take hours or even a day. The journey can take so long thattheir goods start to perish and become worth less and less. Practical Actionhave developed an ingenious solution called an aerial ropeway. It can citheroperate by gravitation force or with the use of external power. The ropewayconsists of two trolleys rolling over support tracks connected to a controlcable in the middle which moves in a traditional flywheel system. The trolleyat the top is loaded with goods and can take up to 120kg. This is pulled downto the station at the bottom, either by the force of gravity or by externalpower. The other trolley at the bottom is therefore pulled upwardsautomatically. The external power can be produced by a micro hydro system ifaccess to an electricity grid is not an option.
G
Bringingpeople on board
PracticalAction developed a two-wheeled iron trailer that can be attached via a hitchbehind the scat) to a bicycle and be used to carry heavy loads (up to around200kgs) of food, water or even passengers. People can now carry three tunes asmuch as before and still pedal the bicycle. The cycle trailers are used fortransporting goods by local producers, as ambulances, as mobile shops, and evenas mobile libraries. They are made in small village workshops from iron tubing,which is cut, bent, welded and drilled to make the frame and wheels.Modifications are also carried out to the trailers in these workshops at therequest of the buyers. The two-wheeled 'ambulance' is made from moulded metal,with standard rubber-tyred wheels. The "bed" section can be paddedwith cushions to make the patient comfortable, while the "seat"section allows a family member to attend to patient during transit. A dedicatedbicycle is needed to pull the ambulance trailer, so that other communitymembers do not need to go without the bicycles they depend on in their dailylives. A joining mechanism allows for easy removal and attachment. In responseto user comments, a cover has been designed that can be added to giveprotection to the patient and attendant in poor weather Made of treated cotton,the cover is durable and waterproof.

Questions1-4
Do thefollowing statements agree with the claims of the writer in Reading Passage1?
In boxes1-4 on your answer sheet, write
YES ifthe statement is true
NO ifthe statement is false
NOTGIVEN if the information is not given in the passage
1. Aslow developing economy often cannot afford some road networks especially forthose used regardless weather conditions.
2. Ruralcommunities' officials know how to improve alternative transport technically.
3. Theprimary aim for Practical Action to improve rural transport infrastructures ismeant to increase the trade among villages.
4. LankaOrganic Agriculture Movement provided service that Practical Action highlyinvolved in.

Questions5-8
Answerthe questions below.
ChooseNO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER from the passage for each answer.
Writeyour answers in boxes 5-8 on your answer sheet.
1. WHATis the first duty for many rural communities to reach unrestricted development?
2. WHATwas one of the new ideas to help poor people carry their goods, such asvegetables and charcoal, to markets for sale?
3. WHATservice has put an end to rural people's social isolation in Sri Lanka?
4. WHATsolution had been applied for people who live in remote, mountainous areasgetting food to market?

Questions9-13
Summary
Completethe following summary of the paragraphs of Reading Passage, using no more thantwo words from the Reading Passage for each answer. Write your answers in boxes11-14 on your answer sheet.
Besidesnormal transport task, changes are also implemented to the trailers in theseworkshops at the request of the buyers when it was used on medical emergency ora moveable 9 ; 'Ambulance' is made from metal, with rubber wheels and drive byanother bicycle. When put with 10 in the two-wheeled 'ambulance', the patientcan stay comfortable and which another 11 can sit on caring for patient intransport journey. In order to dismantle or attach other equipment, anassembling 12 is designed. Later, as user's suggest, 13 has also been added togive a protection to the patient.

难易度:一般
题型:判断+填空
1-4 判断
1.Yes
2.No
3.Not Given
4.Yes

5-13 填空
5.construction of roads
6.cycle trailers
7.a bus service
8.aerial ropeway
9.shops
10.cushions
11.family member
12.mechanism
13.a cover
(以上答案和顺序可能不准确,欢迎来留言区讨论答案~)

Passage 2:猛犸象

Passage 3:花园的设计
回忆3:
听力部分

P1:一位女士应聘体育中心的求职对话
难易度: 一般
题型:填空
1.Pitchely
2.07785206439
3.accounts
4.swimming coach
5.difficult
6.concentration
7.vision
8.Sunday
9.cleaning
10.newspapers
(以上答案和顺序可能不准确,欢迎来留言区讨论答案~)

P2:防火
难易度:  较难
题型:多选+匹配
关键词:pipe,weather,fire,aid
待回忆

P3:研究学生吃不吃早餐
难易度:较难
题型:单选+多选
关键词:first aid,breakfast,children
待回忆

P4:摄影技术讲座介绍
难易度:一般
题型:填空
31.expensive
32.painting
33.realistic
34.books
35.enlargement
36.buildings
37.studio
38.critics
39.science
40.glass
回忆4:
Task 1
是2022年1月8日雅思小作文的一模一样重现
The chart below shows the number of people employed in five types of work in one region of Australia in 2001 and 2008
QQ图片20230401161442.jpg
Task 2
Despite better access to education, many adults still cannot read and write.In what ways are these people disadvantaged in the society?
What can governments do to solve this problem?
回忆5:
阅读
Passage 1 主题:关于Practical Action,一个在落后农业地区发展交通的组织机构的介绍
题型:4道判断题 + 4道笔记填空题 + 5道图形填空题

判断题
1. NO  制定政策的人对于贫困地区的当地交通需求很了解。
2. NOT GIVEN 在这些地区路上跑的汽车数量越来越多了。
3. YES  on-village也就是村内交通的用途之一是运送农具。
4. YES  Village-travel也就是村庄之间的交通目的之一是为了贸易。

笔记填空题
5. Practical Action这个组织的性质是:charity
6. 他们的目标是帮助人们更容易去到markets
7. 以及帮助人们更快地完成daily tasks
8. 该组织的做事着眼点在于人而非technology

图形填空题
这组图形填空题描述的是由一辆自行车带动的救护车设计。
9. 轮胎的材质是rubber
10. 车里有seat也有bed,座位是留给一位family member陪同病人去医院;
11. 床上放了cushions,为了让躺在床上的病人感到舒适;
12. 这个车厢部分通过joining mechanism与前面的自行车连接起来;
13. 顶上还有一个特制的cover,在不佳天气里作为遮挡 (因为当地6-7月是雨季)。

Passage 2 主题:关于一只幼年猛犸象(还给起了个名儿叫Lyuba)尸体的研究
题型:5道段落细节信息匹配题 + 5道人名观点匹配题(有NB) + 3道句子填空题

段落细节信息匹配题
14. D 来自世界各地不同地方对猛犸象遗骸研究的类似结论
15. B  介绍一头猛犸象身体的各个部位都可以被用作什么
16. E  一种介绍是什么造成了Lyuba脸上的伤痕的理论
17. A 介绍一个人是怎么认出这是一头猛犸象的(没见过整头的,但是在自己的部落里见过很多次tusks象牙)
18. C 比较了Lyuba的尸体状态与其它猛犸象尸体状态的差异 (前者保存得特别好,除了hair和toenail之外都几乎完好无缺)

人名观点匹配题
19. C  认为就是气候变化导致了猛犸象的灭绝
20. E  牙齿研究对于找出猛犸象灭绝的原因来说非常重要
21. D 相比于以往的所有猛犸象遗骸,这一具的保存状态最好
22. A  知道自己(对这具猛犸象保存完好尸体)的发现太重要了,不可忽视
23. E  猛犸象在本应是身体条件非常好的时候却大批量死亡(死于人类猎杀)

句子填空题
24. 一些研究者认为,正是由于温度升高导致了vegetation种类的变化,最终导致了猛犸象的灭绝。
25. Fisher(也就是对应字母E的那位学者)在很多猛犸象遗骨的长牙上都发现了有human hunting的痕迹;
26. 有一群来自North America的猛犸象后来占据了小猛犸象Lyuba所属种群的栖息地。

Passage 3  主题:关于Hitcote花园的介绍
题型:5道单选题 + 5道给词库的摘要填空题 + 4道判断题

单选题
27. 作者在第一段里关于这座花园说了什么?
正确答案:它的受欢迎程度经过这些年来增加了
28. 作者为什么要提到另外一座著名园林?
正确答案:为了说明Hitcote花园的重要性
29. 作者关于Nancy Lindsay说了什么?(她是设计花园的主人的一个花园管理者)
正确答案:她很可能与主人发生过一次意见不合
30. 作者关于G. Thomas说了什么?(他在花园主人兼设计者Johnston去世后曾对花园进行了改造)
正确答案:参观者并没有意识到他对于花园所做的贡献
31. 作者为什么要提到Russell其人?(这是一个来参观过此花园的评论家)
正确答案:为了对Thomas的设计作出评估

摘要填空题
32. 关于Hitcote花园的D项:original plans的讨论逐渐流传出去以后,有人匿名地把Johnston本人的日记送还了回来 (还记得前面说Nancy Lindsay女士与Johnston发生了意见不合么?她后来接管了Johnston的日记手稿,但当时没有交出来而是说它们不知去向);
33. 被送还的日记里最有价值的部分,是Johnston本人当年亲手画下的关于花园设计设想的A项:drawings
34. 他的日记里基本没有包含任何关于他个人C项:private life的信息;
35. 但是其它信息非常丰富,比如关于一些著名G项:visitors的轶事;
36. 还有关于如何联系国外的F项:craftsmen的信息。

判断题
37. YES  gardening也可以被看作是一种艺术。
38. NOT GIVEN  翻新重修时应该越接近Johnston自己起初对花园的设计越好。
39. NO  Mawson对Johnston的影响力最大 (作者认为Mawson其实在创意和经历上都远远比不上Johnston,不足以对其产生影响)。
40. YES 花园设计实际上反映了Johnston自己人生经历的一些方面。
回忆6:
听力
Part 1  场景:一位女生咨询想在一家Lifeguard游泳俱乐部求职
题型:10道填空题
1. 这位女生的家庭住址在Pitkeithly街130号(虽然这个词在word文档里会有红色下划线,但这就是听力正确答案,因为有个朋友的英文名叫Keith,很好记。本题很显然考字母听写,请好好练);
2. 联系她最好是用手机号码:07785206439(其实数字具体是啥并不重要,反正你也记不住,但是好好练习数字听写显然非常重要,这可是11位的数字呢);
3. 女生曾经在Mason百货公司干过account类型的工作,但不是很喜欢坐在柜台后面;
4. 还在一家青年俱乐部当过游泳coach
5. 她被问有哪些条件是应聘优势,她回答说自己的concentration很好,在泳池边不会随随便便发呆走神以至于错过了异常情况;
6. 她也有能力来应对一些difficult的人(曾经处理过在公众场合有人闹事的情况);
7. 女生有着非常好的vision
8. 她不介意在Sunday早晨工作;
9. 这个岗位有时候还需要做一些cleaning和行政(administrative)工作;
10. 女生是在一份paper上看到这家俱乐部在招聘的信息的。

Part 2 场景:一位男士介绍在极端天气里的一些应对策略
题型:3组五选二的多选题 + 4道匹配题

五选二的多选题
11-12. 在extreme weathers中关于communication有哪两条推荐举措?
正确答案:
一、发信息而不是打电话(因为要把电话线空出来留给紧急情况使用)
二、准备好足够的广播设备电池radio batteries

13-14. 在极端天气里关于个人举措有哪两条推荐?
正确答案:
一、事先约定好一个碰头地点
二、学习了解一下医疗急救知识

15-16. 关于申请保险insurance claim有哪两条推荐?
正确答案:
一:了解一下最新政策
二:保留好买房子的日期

匹配题
分别给出了四种情况下应该怎么办:
17. 院子里积水了
正确答案:确保管道都是畅通的 (the pipes are not blocked)
18. 屋顶积雪了
正确答案:检查有没有结冰的水 (check the frozen water,这条对考生词汇量要求有点儿高,因为听力里说的是挂在屋檐下的icicles)
19. 空调机有可能泡水
正确答案:把机器挪到高处去
20. 有可能会着火
正确答案:把容易起火的部位保护起来 (这里用到了insulate这个词,是听力阅读里的常客了)

Part 3 场景:一男一女讨论丹麦(Dutch)和美国关于儿童早餐研究的报告内容
题型:2组五选二的多选题 + 6道单选题

五选二的多选题
21-22. 这个研究发现孩子们在早餐时很少会吃:
正确答案:
一、水和牛奶(water and milk)
二、新鲜水果(fresh fruits)

23-24. 这份研究发现吃早餐对孩子们有哪两个好处?
正确答案:
一、上学时对学习的态度更良好
二、更不容易变得肥胖

单选题
25. 丹麦和美国的这两份研究有什么共同之处?
正确答案:目标相同(their aims)
26. 美国的研究有什么不足之处?
正确答案:没有对儿童群体吃早餐的习惯做进一步的细化区分研究
27. 丹麦研究有什么新的优点?
正确答案:增加了研究对象的选取广度(也就是找了wider range来进行研究)
28. 他俩都觉得这个问卷的设计存在什么问题?
正确答案:孩子们可能太小了,无法准确回答一些问题(有些孩子才五岁)
29. 他俩都同意这些研究给出了什么样的积极发现?
正确答案:确实有越来越多的孩子开始吃健康的早餐了
30. 男生对研究报告的哪一点表示惊讶?
正确答案:居然有很多十几岁的男孩子早上不吃早餐(他自己的经验是总在吃东西)

Part 4 场景:关于新的照相纸发展的介绍
题型:10道填空题
31. 以前用的底版是铜(copper),所以会很expensive
32. 发展了这种技术的人本职不是摄影,而是painting
33. 这些新型的材料很popular,因为不像铜版纸那么锋利;
34. 有人发明了第一部使用摄像机的device
35. 机器很小巧便于移动,意味着可以拿到studio之外去使用;
36. 这些消息后来很出名,是因为推广者还写了books帮助宣传推广;
37. 用这种新技术记录了许多老式buildings的影像;
38. 在critics看来,摄影并不能被看作一种艺术形式;
39. 这种技术在当时被看作一种science,反映了1850年代的时代文化;
40. 人们还在寻找新型材料,特别是glass,来进行更新换代。
回忆7:
Task1 小作文:澳大利亚某地五种职业在2001和2008年雇佣人数对比。

Task2 大作文:Despite the increased access to education, a significant number of people cannot read or write. What are the disadvantages without these skills? What actions should governments take?
参考范例:
The ability to read and write is a fundamental skill that is essential for success in life. Unfortunately, despite the increased access to education, a significant number of people still cannot read or write. This lack of literacy has far-reaching consequences, both for individuals and society as a whole.

At an individual level, illiteracy can lead to a range of disadvantages. People who cannot read or write are often unable to access the same opportunities as those who can. This can lead to a lack of economic opportunities, as many jobs require basic literacy skills. Illiterate people may also find it difficult to access healthcare, as they are unable to understand medical information or instructions. Furthermore, illiteracy can lead to social exclusion, as people who cannot read or write may feel isolated and unable to participate in conversations or activities.

At a societal level, illiteracy can have a negative impact on economic development. Illiterate people are less likely to be employed, meaning that they are unable to contribute to the economy. This can lead to a lack of economic growth and a decrease in productivity. Furthermore, illiteracy can lead to a lack of understanding of important issues, such as politics and health, which can have a negative impact on society.

In order to address the issue of illiteracy, governments should take a number of actions. Firstly, they should ensure that all children have access to quality education, including basic literacy skills. This could be achieved by providing free education to all children, as well as providing additional support for those who are struggling. Secondly, governments should provide adult education programs, which can help those who have not had the opportunity to learn to read and write. Finally, governments should provide financial incentives to encourage people to learn to read and write, such as tax breaks or grants.

In conclusion, illiteracy is a major problem that has far-reaching consequences for both individuals and society. In order to address this issue, governments should take a number of actions, such as providing free education to all children and providing adult education programs. Only by taking these steps can we ensure that everyone has the opportunity to learn to read and write.(368words)
回忆8:
听力
Section 1
1.Pitchely
2.07785206439
3.accountant
4.coach
5.difficult
6.concentration
7.vision
8.Sunday
9.cleaning
10.newspaper

Section 4
31.expensive
32.painting
33.realistic
34.books
35.enlargement
36.buildings
37.studio
38.cities
39.science
40.glass
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