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    2016年2月20日雅思考试机经
    2016-02-25 14:45:17
    雅思听力机经
    Section one
    Version
    场景
    题型 表格填空 3 配对 5 句子填空 2
    内容概述:
    答案回忆:
    1. workshop
    2. discussion
    3. library
    4-8 FAHBD
    9. box office telephone No. 013667772
    10. address: 24, River Lane
    (答案仅供参考)
     
    个人信息的填写,属于常见考题,难度较低??忌枰莆蘸萌粘?际源驶慵纯?。
     
    Section two
    Version
    场景 文娱场所
    题型 6 填空 4 配对
    内容回忆: children’s vegetable garden
    答案回忆:
    1. tools ---- string
    2. important thing ----- shade
    3. young children use ------ spoon
    4. snow peas: most popular for children
    5. Cherry: easy to look after
    6. lettus: colorful
    7. sunflower: grow most rapidly activity:
    8. bird walk
    9. night tour
    10. plants: roses
    (答案仅供参考)
     
    单词的拼写是难点之一,但是场景比较陌生。
     
    Section three
    Version
    场景 话题讨论
    题型 选择 6 填空 4
    内容回忆: minority culture, around the world
    答案回忆:
    1. Effect of one star on another
    2. Assisting others
    3. Methods of land use
    6. have difficulties of trading minerals similarity between minority
    7. sharing
    8. education
    10. gifts (答案仅供参考)
     
    话题比较陌生,主要以介绍文化为主,单词量较大,但是选择题难度较低。
     
    Section four
    Version
    场景 城市规划
    题型  填空 10
    内容回忆: Barrington town planning case study
    答案回忆:
    31-40 Completion Now traditionally: furniture industry services sector an insurance company too busy near the schools plan: 20,000 more jobs A new campus for university Reduce the traffic by 2090 A new scheme to encourage cycling Sq ms more for retail use As ms more for office use
    (答案仅供参考)
     
    学术类型考题,讲述对城市设施的规划与安排,难度较大,单词较复杂??忌枘托拇鹛?。


    口语机经
    科目 雅思口语
    考试日期 2016.2.20
    考题概述与分析:
    Part1
    hometown, museum, history, countryside, work or study, snacks, teacher, reading books, color, hurry time, house or apartment, stay up late, music concert, handwriting, subject, teamwork, travel, swimming, keep healthy, vegetables and fruits, shoes,
    Part 2&3
    Part2 a piece of news people interested in your local town Part3 News in newspaper or computer
    Part2 a perfect job  Part3 与job有关
    Part2 你认为对社会有贡献的人Part3在中国什么职业有高薪和低薪,老人应该比年轻人拿的工资更高吗?
    Part2 a difficult decision p3各种choice in your life
    Part2你忘记过什么事情,为什么忘记,怎么解决的。Part3你周围的人大都会忘记什么事情,为什么忘记
    Part2 困难的决定 Part3:小时候的决定影响未来?adult的选择?人生最重要的决定?
    Part2房子 Part3是老人年轻人选择房子有什么区别 人们更喜欢买房子还是租房子 现在大部分家庭是住house还是flat
    对学生提示:高分范例
    Describe a hard decision you made
    You should say
      What the decision was
      When and where you made the decision
      Why you made the decision
    and explain how you feel about the country
     I've made lots of decisions in my life; sometimes all alone and sometimes discussing with my parents and others. The particular decision that seems very important to me was the time when I decided to do my graduation in Literature rather than getting admitted in the Engineering University. My mother wanted me to get admitted in the Eng. University and do my graduation majoring Engineering while my fascination was studying in Literature. I took decision when I was 18 years of old, just after finishing my 12th class. My father did not insist me on anything and asked me to do what I prefer better for me. My relatives thought that I was kind of fool and immature to take such a big decision of my life.
      But after considering several issues and perspective I decided to get myself admitted in a University that offers graduation in Literature. I'm happy that I made this decision. I'm yet to finish my graduation but throughout the last 3 years I have enjoyed studying literature and I am doing quite well academically.
      Making the decision/ choice was not easy and I had to go through a hard time as I remember. I had to fight a lot with my inner self and then convince my mother. There were always risks of picking the option I prefer my parents would have complained if I hadn’t make a promising result. I still remember the dubious feelings I had that time. Sometimes it seemed to me that I should abandon my passion and yield to my parents' decision and then again I strongly felt for my own choice and passion. Since I made my own choice at that time, a strong urge and force worked on me that I have to do really good and I am happy that I took my decision and doing very good so far.
     
     
     
     


    阅读机经
    科目 阅读
    考试日期 2016年2月20日
    考题概述与分析:
    Passage One
    新旧情况:旧
    题材:动物类
    题目:Tasmanian Tiger
    题型:摘要题 4 配对题 5单选题 3
    参考文章:
    Tasmanian Tiger
    A
    Although it was called tiger, it looked like a clog with black stripes on its hack and it was the largest known carnivorous marsupial of modem times. Yet, despite its fame for being one of the most fabled animals in the world, it is one of the least understood of Tasmania's native animals. The scientific name for the Tasmanian tiger is Thylacine and it is believed that they
    have become extinct in the 20th century.
    B
    Fossils of thylacines dating from about almost 12 million years ago have been dug up at various places in Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia. They were widespread in Australia 7, 000 years ago, hut have probably been extinct on the continent for 2, 000 years. This is belived to be because of the introduction of dingoes around 8, 000 years ago. Because of disease, thylacine numbers may have been declining in Tasmania at the time of European settlement 200 years ago, but the decline was certainly accelerated by the new arrivals. The last known Titsmanijin Tiger died in I lobar! Zoo in 193fi and the animal is officially classified as extinct. Technically, this means that it has not been officially sighted in the wild or captivity for 50 years. However, there are still unsubstantiated sightings.
    C
    Hans Naarding, whose study of animals had taken him around the world, was conducting a survey of a species of endangered migratory bird. What he saw that night is now regarded as the most credible sighting recorded of thylacine that many believe has been extinct for more than 70 years.
    D
    "I had to work at night." Naarding takes up the story. "I was in the habit of intermittently shining a spotlight around. The beam fell on an animal in front of the vehicle, less than 10m away. Instead of risking movement by grabbing for a camera, I decided to register very carefully what I was seeing. The animal was about the size of a small shepherd dog, a very healthy male in prime condition. What set it apart from a dog, though, was a slightly sloping hindquarter, with a fairly thick tail being a straight continuation of the backline of the animal. It had 12 distinct stripes on its back, continuing onto its butt. \knew perfectly well what I was seeing. As soon as I reached for the camera, it disappeared into the tea-tree undergrowth and scrub."
    E
    The director of Tasmania s National Parks at the time, Peter Morrow, decided in his wisdom to keep Naarding's sighting of the thylacine secret for two years. When the news finally broke, it was accompanied by pandemonium. "I was besieged by television crews, including four to five from Japan, and others from the United Kingdom, Germany, New Zealand and South America," said Naarding.
    F
    Government and private search parties combed the region, but no turther sightings were made. The tiger, as always, had escaped to its lair, a place many insist exists only in our imagination. But since then, the thylacine has staged something of a comeback, becoming part of Australian mythology.
    G
    There have been more than 4, 000 claimed sightings of the beast since it supposedly died out, and the average claims each year reported to authorities now number 150. Associate professor of zoology at the University of Tasmania, Randolph Rose, has said he dreams of seeing a thylacine. But Rose, who in his 35years in Tasmanian academia has fielded countless
    reports of thylacine sightings, is now convinced that his dream will go unfulfilled.
    H
    "The consensus among conservationists is that, usually; any animal with a population base of less than 1, 000 is headed for extinction within 60 years," says Rose. "Sixty years ago, there was only one thylacine that we know of, and that was in Hobart Zoo," he says.
    I
    Dr. David Pemberton, curator of zoology at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, whose PhD thesis was on the thy thylacine, says that despite scientific thinking that 500 animals are required to sustain a population, the Florida panther is down to a dozen or so animals and, while it does have some inbreeding problems, is still ticking along. "I'll take a punt and say
    that, if we manage to find a thylacine in the scrub, it means that there are 50-plus animals out there. "
    J
    After all, animals can be notoriously elusive. The strange fish known as the coelacanth' with its "proto-legs", was thought to have died out along with the dinosaurs 700 million years ago until a specimen was dragged to the surface in a shark net off the south-east coast of South Africa in 1938.
    K
    Wildlife biologist Nick Mooney has the unenviable task of investigating all "sightings" of the tiger totalling 4, 000 since the mid-1980s, and averaging about 150 a year. It was Mooney who was first consulted late last month about the authenticity of digital photographic images purportedly taken by a German tourist while on a recent bushwalk in the state. On face value, Mooney says, the account of the sighting, and the two photographs submitted as proof, amount to one of the most convincing cases for the species' survival he has seen.
    L
    And Mooney has seen it all—the mistakes, the hoaxes, the illusions and the plausible accounts of sightings. Hoaxers aside, most people who report sightings end up believing they have seen a thylacine, and are themselves believable to the point they could pass a lie-detector test, according to Mooney. Others, having tabled a creditable report, then become utterly obsessed like the Tasmanian who has registered 99 thylacine sightings to date. Mooney has seen individuals bankrupted by the obsession, and families destroyed. "It is a blind optimism that something is, rather than a cynicism that something isn't, "Mooney says. "If something crosses the road, it's not a case of * I wonder what that was?' Rather, it is a case of 'that's a thylacine!' It is a bit like a gold prospector's blind faith, 'it has got to be there'. "
    M
    However, Mooney treats all reports on face value. "I never try to embarrass people, or make fools of them. But the fact that I don’t pack the car immediately they ring can often be taken as ridicule. Obsessive characters get irate that someone in my position is not out there when they think the thylacine is there. "
    N
    But Hans Naarding, whose sighting of a striped animal two decades ago was the highlight of "a life of animal spotting", remains bemused by the time and money people waste on tiger searches. He says resources would be better applied to saving the Tasmanian devil, and helping migratory bird populations that are declining as a result of shrinking wetlands across
    Australia.
    O
    Could the thylacine still be out there? "Sure," Naarding says. But he also says any discovery of surviving thylacines would be "rather pointless". "How do you save a species from extinction? What could you do with it? If there are thylacines out there, they are better off right where they are. "
    Questions 14-17
    Complete the summary below.
    Choose NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from the passage for each answer.
    Write your answers in boxes 14-17 on your answer sheet.
    The Tasmanian tiger, also called thylacine, resembles the look of a dog and has 14 ______ on its fur coat. Many fossils
    have been found, showing that thylacines had existed as early as 15______ years ago. They lived throughout 16______before
    disappearing from the mainland. And soon after the 17______settlers arrived the size of thylacine population in Tasmania
    shrunk at a higher speed.
    Questions 18-23
    Look at the following statements (Questions 18-23) and the list of people below. Match each statement with the correct
    person, At B, C or D.
    Write the correct letter, A, B, C or D, in boxes 18-23 on your answer sheet.
    NB You may use any letter more than once.
    18 His report of seeing a live thylacine in the wild attracted international interest.
    19 Many eye-witnesses ' reports are not trustworthy.
    20 It doesn't require a certain number of animals to ensure the survival of a species.
    21 There is no hope of finding a surviving Tasmanian tiger.
    22 Do not disturb them if there are any Tasmanian tigers still living today.
    23 The interpretation of evidence can be affected by people's beliefs.
    List of People
    A Hans Naarding
    B Randolph Rose
    C David Pemberton
    D Nick Mooney
    Questions 24-26
    Choose the correct letter. A, B, C or D.
    Write the correct letter in boxes 24-26 on your answer sheet.
    24 Hans Naarding's sighting has resulted in
    A government and organisations' cooperative efforts to protect thylacine
    B extensive interests to find a living thylacine.
    C increase of the number of reports of thylacine worldwide.
    D growth of popularity of thylacine in literature.
    25 The example of coelacanth is to illustrate
    A it lived in the same period with dinosaurs.
    B how dinosaurs evolved legs.
    C some animals are difficult to catch in the wild.
    D extinction of certain species can be mistaken.
    26 Mooney believes that all sighting reports should be
    A given some credits as they claim even if they are untrue.
    B acted upon immediately.
    C viewed as equally untrustworthy.

    Passage Two
    题目:Making images from space
    more accessible amateur
    新旧情况:旧
    题材:发展史
    题型:段落配 4 人名配 5 填空 3
    题目:照明发展史
    题型:判断题 8
    参考答案
    1. True
    2. False
    3. Not Given
    4. True
    5. True
    6. Not given
    7. False
    8. Not given
    9. applications
    10. bright
    11. attention
    12. air
    13. filaments
    Passage Three
    新旧情况:旧
    题材:人物类
    题目:女性领袖
    题型:判断题 4单选题 6配对题 4
    参考答案 1. Yes 2. No 3. Not Given 4. No 5. A 6. C 7. A 8. D 9. D 10. A 11. C 12. B 13. D 14. F
     本次考试是新年第一场考试,题型也是中规中矩的,定位较容易。阅读总的趋势是较难,虽然考生经常在阅读方面叫难,但是阅读考出来的成绩往往却是各项中最好的,所以大家要有信心,一方面要加大阅读量,另外一方面加强剑桥雅思文章的熟悉和解题技巧的熟练掌握,坚持每天挑剑桥6-10一篇文章精读+泛读/做一套的习惯,同时在做完题目后要进行专项总结和归纳,加强考点单词,替换词和好词句的积累?;褂衅叫凶鎏夥?,平行读透和归纳关键词一样的题目,有目的地阅读,重点精读跟题目有关的句子段落,以此来保证做题质量和速度。
     
     


    写作机经
    科目 写作
    考试日期 2016.2.20
    考题概述与分析:
    A类小作文
    混合图
    The chart and graph show the categories of workforce in Australia and the unemployment within
    3 groups.

    A类大作文
    Now more and more ads are aimed at children. Some people say the ads will have negative
    effects on children and should be banned. To what extent, do you agree or disagree with the
    statement
    题型类别:观点类
    题材类别:社会类
    2011.09.15
    Nowadays a large amount of advertising is aimed at children. Some people think this can have
    negative effects on children and should be banned. Agree or Disagree.
    2011.06.25
    Advertising is all around us, it is an unavoidable part of everyone's life. Some people say that
    advertising is a positive part of our lives while others say it is negative. Do positive effects of
    advertising outweigh its negative sides?
    Sample:
    There is no doubt that we are surrounded by a large number of advertisements, particularly with increasing those targeting children, which brings more or less effects on our lives. Thus, some people hold its negativeness would affect children and should be forbidden. As for me, I believe this advice may be arbitrary.
     
    A large quantity of advertising on media may cause a series of problems. Initially, some advertisements would be baneful to children’s health. It is common knowledge that some of them selling junk food leads to the falling health condition of children. For example, some unhealthy food contains excessive sugar and fat, which would lead to obesity. In addition, some ads are highly possible to waste a large amount of money from parents earned hard. Some advertisers may elaborately be designed with attractive pictures, appealing sound effects and favorite stars children like. Consequently, once children see the advertisements, they would keep pestering their parents to buy these products that they do not actually need at all.
     
    However, we also have to admit that advertisements indeed play an irreplaceable role in
    everyone’ s part of life. It is undeniable that the original aim of advertising is to provide information for consumers. For instance, when parents make a decision to purchasing products for their sons and daughters, those ads appeared on the TV may offer relevant useful information as a reference for parents, such as children care, daily items and so on.
     
    Overall, we should realize that the existence of a considerable number of advertisements aimed to children inevitably exerts a harmful influence on children. But, on the other hand, the usefulness and convenience bought by ads should not be neglected. As a result, the best way is that government should impose strict censorship on misleading and fault advertisements rather than ban all advertisings.
    对学生提示:
    广告话题属于雅思??蓟疤?,其中关于儿童的话题也较频繁出现,这道题是结合广告和儿童话题在一起的,也是旧题,相对来说较容易写,只要从广告及儿童的身心特点出发即可。
    消极影响:
    1.浪费父母的钱(被广告吸引而缠着父母买东西)
    2.有害健康(垃圾食品广告)
    积极影响:
    可以为父母给孩子选择产品提供信息(例如有益于孩子成长的婴幼儿产品)
     
     

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