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2024年1月13日中国大陆雅思A类G类纸质真题回忆+答案汇总(听说读写答案+机经整理汇总)
回忆1:
小作文:表格不同规模(大型工业船只和小型本地船只)的渔业发展对比。
大作文:Some people say that it is a waste of timeto plan for the future and that it is more important to focus on the present.To what extend do you agree or disagree?
回忆2:
阅读部分
Passage1 主题:开发大脑的科学研究

Passage2 主题:悉尼的物种多样性
答案:
14-20 匹配
14.v
15.viii
16.vi
17.vii
18.iii
19.i
20.ii
21-22 填空
21.equal opportunity
22.internal costs
23-26 选择
23.C
24.C
25.A
26.B

Passage3 主题:不同时代的游记发展
回忆3:
听力
P1Corten Insurance Company
难易度: 一般
题型:填空
1.WXW717435T
2.keyboard
3.April 30th
4.bike
5.Compucan
6.560
7.familyuse
8.train
9.seat
10.report

P2The Elmsden Way
难易度:一般
题型:匹配+选择
11-14 匹配
11.B
12.E
13.F
14.I
15-20 选择
15.C
16.C
17.A
18.B
19.A
20.A

P3A New Study - Growing Up in New Zealand
难易度:较难
题型:选择+匹配
21-26 选择
21.B
22.A
23.C
24.B
25.C
26.B
27-30 匹配
27.B
28.F
29.D
30.E

P4Traditional Aborigianl Baskets and Bags
难易度:一般
题型:填空
31.flowers
32.stories
33.season
34.fire35.hair
36.honey
37.diving
38.trade
39.environment
40.cooperation
回忆4:
听力
Part1 电脑保险申报
题型:填空
1.Policy number: WXW717435T
2. dateof birth: 30th April
3. 电脑价值:560 dollars
4.之前的保险公司Compucan
5.主要是family use
6. 电脑的keyboard坏了
7.claimed last year: bike
8. 电脑坏的时候,他在train
9. 电脑放在seat
10. 需要找售后出一份report

Part2 自行车
题型:地图+单选1
640.jpg
1.Rocks B
12.Colleen Nature Reserve  E
13.Ashington China Factory  F
14.Langton forest  I
15. Whatkind of warning does the speaker give to cyclists:
C theremay be animals in the way
16. Thestarting point of Elmsden station is
C.re-opened recently
17 Whatcan people do at the visitor's centre?
A renta bike
18. Tocommute between Langton and Elmston by train, you need to
B. go onweekends
19. Whatshould you be aware of when visiting River Elm
A. ittakes a long time
20.Wherecan you get the information if you want to join the local route?
A. thelocal newspaper

Part 3 NewStudy Growing Up in New Zealand
题型:单选+匹配
21According to Ruby and Pete, how is this new study different from theearlier NewZ ealand study?
B Itcovers a wider range of research topics
22 Whatdoes the study show about the effect of poverty on child development?
A It isless important than people think
23 Thestudents agree that having separate interviews with fathers
C shouldhave been done in previous research
24 Whendiscussing the study's findings about languages, the students are surprisedthat
B somelanguages are dying out
25 Whatdo the students say about the government's response to the study?
C Itmight set up similar studies
26 Whatdo they find impressive about the doctoral research being done?
B theplans to share research findings
Keypoints
A Oneparent works from home
B Bothparents go to work.
CGrandparents look after the child.
D Theparents limit access to technology
E Thechild is vaccinated
F Theparents are olderResearch subjects
27 cindy B
28 pita F
29 kali D
30stewart E

Part4 篮子与背包
题型:填空
31.plantmaterials such as grass and flowers
32.Asthey weave, cultural knowledge is shared among the women through stories
33. Theyounger generation learn how to choose the right plants in the right season
34.Tough grass is softened using fire before it can be woven
35.Grass can be combined with hair to make it stronger
36.Someare so tightly woven they can even be used to carry liquids such as honey
37.Open-stitchbags were worn around the neck for storing objects when diving
38.Basketsand bags were used for trade with other groups throughoutAustralia
39. Whatis my relationship with the environment
40.Whatare the different ways in which cooperation takes place?
回忆5:
阅读
Passage 1大脑开发的相关研究
1 NO
2 Yes
3 Yes
4 Yes
5 Notgiven
6 D
7 A
8 D
9 C
10 B
11 D
12 A
13 D

Passage2 悉尼的物种多样性
14 Vi
15 iV
16 vii
17 iii
18 i
19 ii
20 D
21 A
22 C
23 A
24 cockroaches
25 concrete
26 chemicals

Passage 3不同时代的游记发展Travel Accounts
原文:
A
Thereare many reasons why individuals have traveled beyond their own socie-ties.Some travelers may have simply desired to satisfy curiosity about the largerworld. Not until recent times, however, did travelers start their journey forreasons other than mere curiosity. While the travelers accounts give much valuable information on these foreign lands andprovide a window for the understanding of the local cultures and histories,they are also a mirror to the travelers themselves, for these accounts helpthem to have a better understand-ing of themselves.
B
Records of foreign travel appeared soon after the invention of writing, andfrag-mentary travel accounts appeared in both Mesopotamia and Egypt in ancienttimes. After the formation of large, imperial states in the classical world,travel accounts emerged as a prominent literary genre in many lands, and theyheld especially strong appeal for rulers desiring useful knowledge about theirrealms. The Greek historian Herodotus reported on his travels in Egypt andAnatolia in researching the history of the Persian wars. The Chinese envoyZhang Qian described much of Central Asia as far west as Bactria (modern-dayAfghanistan) on the basis of travels undertaken in the first century BC whilesearching for allies for the Han dynasty. Hellenistic and Roman geographerssuch as Ptolemy, Strabo, and Pliny the Elder relied on their own travelsthrough much of the Mediterranean world as well as reports of other travelersto compile vast compendia of geographical knowledge.
C
During the postclassical era (about 500 to 1500 CE), trade and pilgrimageemerged as major incentives for travel to foreign lands. Muslim merchantssought trading opportunities throughout much of the eastern hemisphere. Theydescribed lands, peoples, and commercial products of the Indian Ocean basinfrom East Africa to Indonesia, and they supplied the first written accounts ofsocieties in Sub-Saharan West Africa. While merchants set out in search oftrade and profit, devout Muslims traveled as pilgrims to Mecca to make theirhajj and visit the holy sites of Islam. Since the prophet Muhammads original pilgrim-age to Mecca, untold millions of Muslims have followedhis example, and thou-sands of hajj accounts have related their experiences.East Asian travelers were not quite so prominent as Muslims during thepostclassical era, but they too fol-lowed many of the highways and sea lanes ofthe eastern hemisphere. Chinese merchants frequently visited Southeast Asia andIndia, occasionally venturing even to East Africa, and devout East Asian Buddhistsundertook distant pilgrim-ages. Between the 5th and 9th centuries CE, hundredsand possibly even thou-sands of Chinese Buddhists traveled to India to studywith Buddhist teachers, collect sacred texts, and visit holy sites. Writtenaccounts recorded the experi-ences of many pilgrims, such as Faxian, Xuanzang,and Yijing. Though not so numerous as the Chinese pilgrims, Buddhists fromJapan, Korea, and other lands also ventured abroad in the interest of spiritualenlightenment.
D
Medieval Europeans did not hit the roads in such large numbers as their Muslimand East Asian counterparts during the early part of the postclassical era,although gradually increasing crowds of Christian pilgrims flowed toJeru-salem, Rome, Santiago de Compostela (in northern Spain), and other sites.After the 12th century, however, merchants, pilgrims, and missionaries frommedi-eval Europe traveled widely and left numerous travel accounts, of whichMarco Polos description of his travels and sojourn inChina is the best known. As they became familiar with the larger world of theeastern hemisphereand the profitable commercialopportunities that it offeredEuropean peoples worked to findnew and more direct routes to Asian and African markets. Their efforts tookthem not only to all parts of the eastern hemisphere, but eventually to theAmericas and Oceania as well.
E
If Muslim and Chinese peoples dominated travel and travel writing inpostclas-sical times, European explorers, conquerors, merchants, andmissionaries took center stage during the early modern era (about 1500 to 1800CE). By no means did Muslim and Chinese travel come to a halt in early moderntimes. But Euro-pean peoples ventured to the distant corners of the globe, andEuropean print-ing presses churned out thousands of travel accounts thatdescribed foreign lands and peoples for a reading public with an apparentlyinsatiable appetite for news about the larger world. The volume of travelliterature was so great that several editors, including Giambattista Ramusio, RichardHakluyt, Theodore de Bry, and Samuel Purchas, assembled numerous travelaccounts and made them available in enormous published collections.
F
During the 19th century, European travelers made their way to the interiorregions of Africa and the Americas, generating a fresh round of travel writingas they did so. Meanwhile, European colonial administrators devoted numer-ouswritings to the societies of their colonial subjects, particularly in Asian andAfrican colonies they established. By midcentury, attention was flowing also inthe other direction. Painfully aware of the military and technological prowessof European and Euro-American societies, Asian travelers in particular visitedEurope and the United States in hopes of discovering principles useful for thereorganisation of their own societies. Among the most prominent of thesetrav-elers who made extensive use of their overseas observations andexperiences in their own writings were the Japanese reformer Fukuzawa Yukichiand the Chinese revolutionary Sun Yat-sen.
G
With the development of inexpensive and reliable means of mass transport, the20th century witnessed explosions both in the frequency of long-distance traveland in the volume of travel writing. While a great deal of travel took placefor reasons of business, administration, diplomacy, pilgrimage, and missionarywork, as in ages past, increasingly effective modes of mass transport made itpossible for new kinds of travel to flourish. The most distinctive of them wasmass tourism, which emerged as a major form of consumption for individualsliving in the worlds wealthy societies. Tourismenabled consumers to get away from home to see the sights in Rome, take acruise through the Caribbean, walk the Great Wall of China, visit some wineriesin Bordeaux, or go on safari in Kenya. A peculiar variant of the travel accountarose to meet the needs of these tourists: the guidebook, which offered adviceon food, lodging, shopping, local customs, and all the sights that visitorsshould not miss seeing. Tourism has had a massive economic impact throughoutthe world, but other new forms of travel have also had considerable influencein contemporary times.

Questions 27 - 28
Choose the correct letter, A, B, C or D.
Write your answers in boxes 27-28 on your answer sheet.

27.Whatwere most people traveling for in the early days?
A Studyingtheir own cultures
B Business
C Knowing other people and places better
D Writing travel books

28.Whydid the author say writing travel books is also a mirror for travelers themselves?
A Because travelers record their own experiences.
B Because travelers reflect upon their own society and life.
C Because it increases knowledge of foreign cultures.
D Because it is related to the development of human society.

Questions 29 - 36
Complete the table below.
Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from Reading Passage 3 for each answer.
Write your answers in boxes 29-36 on your answer sheet.
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Questions 37 - 40
Choose the correct letter, A, B, C or D.
Write your answers in boxes 37-40 on your answer sheet.

37.Whywere the imperial rulers especially interested in these travel stories?
A Readingtravel stories was a popular pastime.
B The accounts are often truthful rather than fictional.
C Travel books played an important role in literature.
D They desired knowledge of their empire.

38.Whowere the largest group to record their spiritual trip during the postclassicalera?
A Muslimtraders
B Muslim pilgrims
C Chinese Buddhists
D Indian Buddhist teachers

39.Duringthe early modern era, a large number of travel books were published to
A meetthe publics interest.
B explore new business opportunities
C encourage trips to the new world.
D record the larger world.

40.Whats the main theme of the passage?
A Theproduction of travel books
B The literary status of travel books
C The historical significance of travel books
D The development of travel books

答案:
27 B
28 D
29 PersianWars
30 allies
31 geographicalknowledge
32 pilgrimage
33 colonies
34 socialorganization
35 wealthysocieties
36 B
37 D
38 B
39 A
40 D
回忆6:
小作文表格不同规模(大型工业船只和小型本地船只)的渔业发展对比。
大作文同意与否
Some people say that it is a waste of time to plan for the future and that itis more important to focus on the present. To what extend do you agree ordisagree?

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