雅思考试:2016年1月23日场次真题回忆


考试日期

2016年01月23日

总体评析

Ø  15年0207的原题

Ø  填空:选择20:20

Ø  题型比例和15年目前看来仍然类似

Ø  地图题有增加的趋势

重点关注

Ø  Section 1求职

Ø  Section 3电话咨询

Ø  Section 2目击证人

Ø  Section 4塑料的制作

Section 1

版本号

场景

题型

V130706S1&v150207

求职

Completion

一句话简介

求职场景job details

详细回忆

1.Location: Market/ Station  Road, Branch(market 和station 轮换考,此次考试是market

2.Day: Sunday, working  hours

Job duties:

-3.lifting heavy items

-4.watering plants

5.communication skills

6.good at maths

7.interview arranged for: Wednesday  at 5

8.name of the interviewer: Maria Rapana

9.telephone No.:3435573(7位数里面有double 5)

10.take passport

重点词汇及扩展

① S1常考信息星期,名字拼写,时间,及电话号码,所以这些是学员必须要掌握的另外还有日期

② 常见的单词

③ 还有并列结构watering & lifting

Section 2

版本号

场景

题型

V120512S2&v150207

电话咨询

Matching&mapping

一句话简介

 一个女的租房子男的在电话里给她信息一个house,一个flat,一个hostel

详细回忆

主题提示:一个女的上大学租房子,男的在电话里给她介绍信息

一个house,一个flat,一个hostel

Questions11-14 completion

A. Flat B. House C. Hostel

11.garden--A house private garden  size

12.garage--A house need extra pay:要付钱hostel说afraid not

13.Security...alarming system--B(唯一一个有报警系统的,但其他两个也挺安全

14.new furniture--B

QQ截图20160125154143.png15.Bank opposite to agency

16.House in front of the pool

17.Hostel cross at the high street and west  street

18.flat(说去city那条路的第一个路口左边不用经过before  cross)

19.post office(说west street那条路右边)

bus stop(agency的右边不用过马路)

(补充说明两条斜十字交叉的主干道west  st. V.s. St.Ann’s road),出发点为property agency,旁边是pool,右上角通往city centre,上方St.Ann尽头为学校)

重点词汇及扩展

① 难度较高这个月已经考了这是第三次地图题

② 可以参考c842掌握相关的交通类的单词很重要,比如,crossroads, crossing, junction, intersection,corner, etc.

Section 3

版本号

场景

题型

V70105&v150207

目击证人

Multiple choice&matching

一句话简介

目击证人的研究

详细回忆

21.什么样的witness 容易被人相信

B.confidence

22.text有什么样的问题

C.data比较过时

23.witness 的 reliability

B.long time 时间太久

24.幼稚的witness怎样定义

A.他们没有经历过犯罪调查

B.他们不认为看到的是犯罪

25.witness的啥

A他们不想修改证词,因为会显得自己很蠢

26.fail to ....authority

B.fall to compare the reality with the subjective idea

27-30(matching 配对调查问卷类型跟对象

27.第一阶段--afraid being in an  unfamiliar environment孩子们会比较害怕

28.第二阶段--孩子对案件属于不清楚

29.第三阶段--孩子有时候分不清真相和假象children cannot tell the truth and lie ,会make  up

30.第四阶段--孩子不相信提问者(questioner)

重点词汇及扩展

利用好时间读题很重要s3选择题的题干和选项较长所以尽量读懂题干看完选项,适当的速记如果可以

Section 4

版本号

场景

题型

V120204S4

&v150207

塑料的制作

填空

一句话简介

Plastic 塑料的制作

详细回忆

先放一个简单版的

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31. Use cotton and acid

32. Plastic is commonly found on:product  such as detergent bottles, milk jugs(dairy product bottles)

33. First is used to produce artificial silk

(Cellulose赛璐璐was also used to  produce cloth,while the men who developed celluloid were interested in  replacing ivory,those who developed the new fibers were interested in  replacing another expensive material,silk)

34. Cellulose is not like real plastic  because it becomes hard when heat

The output of the process hardened  into a hard, ivory-like material that could be molded when heated.

35. first plastic made in a laboratory

36. A chemist named  Alexander Parkes developed the first plastic.

37. Recycled pens

38. Disadvantages:it will produce gases  when, in some cases, burning it could release toxic fumes.also, the  manufacturing of plastics often created large quantities of chemical  pollutants

39. It decomposes by light  research has been done on biodegradable plastics that break down with  exposure to sunlight

Natural  rubber wood no longer had a stranglehold on rubber supplies.  Japanese use in sustainable cars primary synthetic rubber for the manufacture  of tires.

重点词汇及扩展

① 31.典型的并列结构,cotton很多考生不熟。32.举例列表题简单。36.名字专有名词等

② 判断词性很重要跟题不丢







考试日期

2016123

Reading Passage 1

Title:

Classing  Societies

Question types:

判断7

简答6

文章内容回顾和参考答案

参考文章(仅供参考):

CLASSIFYING SOCIETIES

Although humans have established many types of societies  throughout history, sociologists and anthropologists tend to classify  different societies according to the degree to which different groups within  a society have unequal access to advantages such as resources, prestige or  power, and usually refer to four basic types of societies. From least to most  socially complex they are clans, tribes, chiefdoms and states.ClanThese  are small-scale societies of hunters and gatherers, generally of fewer than  100 people, who move seasonally to exploit wild (undomesticated) food  resources. Most surviving hunter-gatherer groups are of this kind, such as  the Hadza of Tanzania or the San of southern Africa. Clan members are  generally kinsfolk, related by descent or marriage. Clans lack formal  leaders, so there are no marked economic differences or disparities in status  among their members. Because clans are composed of mobile groups of  hunter-gatherers, their sites consist mainly of seasonally occupied camps,  and other smaller and more specialised sites. Among the latter are kill or  butchery sites—locations where large mammals are killed and sometimes  butchered-and work sites, where tools are made or other specific activities  carried out. The base camp of such a group may give evidence of rather  insubstantial dwellings or temporary shelters, along with the debris of  residential occupation.TribeThese are generally larger than  mobile hunter-gatherer groups, but rarely number more than a few thousand,  and their diet or subsistence is based largely on cultivated plants and  domesticated animals. Typically, they are settled farmers, but they may be  nomadic with a very different, mobile economy based on the intensive  exploitation of livestock. These are generally multi-community societies,  with the individual communities integrated into the larger society through  kinship ties. Although some tribes have officials and even a  "capital" or seat of government, suchofficials lack the economic  base necessary for effective use of power. The typical settlement pattern for  tribes is one of settled agricultural homesteads or villages.  Characteristically, no one settlement dominates any of the others in the  region. Instead, the archaeologist finds evidence for isolated, permanently  occupied houses or for permanent villages. Such villages may be made up of a  collection of flee-standing houses, like those of the first farms of the  Danube valley in Europe. Or they may be clusters of buildings grouped  together, for example, the pueblos of the American Southwest, and the early  farming village or small town of Çatalhöyük in modern Turkey.ChiefdomThese  operate on the principle of ranking — differences in social status between  people. Different lineages (a lineage is a group claiming descent from a  common ancestor) are graded on a scale of prestige, and the senior lineage,  and hence the society as a whole, is governed by a chief. Prestige and rank  are determined by how closely related one is to the chief, and there is no  true stratification into classes. The role of the chief is crucial. Often,  there is local specialisation in craft products, and surpluses of these and  of foodstuffs are periodically paid as obligation to the chief. He uses these  to maintain his retainers, and may use them for redistribution to his subjects.  The chiefdom generally has a center of power, often with temples, residences  of the chief and his retainers, and craft specialists. Chiefdoms vary greatly  in size, but the range is generally between about 5000 and 20, 000 persons.Early  StateThese preserve many of the features of chiefdoms, but  the ruler (perhaps a king or sometimes a queen) has explicit authority to  establish laws and also to enforce them by the use of a standing army Society  no longer depends totally upon kin relationships: it is now stratified into  different classes. Agricultural workers and the poorer urban dwellers form  the lowest classes, with the craft specialists above, and the priests and  kinsfolk of the ruler higher still. The functions of the ruler are often  separated from those of the priest: palace is distinguished from temple. The  society is viewed as a territory owned by the ruling lineage and populated by  tenants who have an obligation to pay taxes. The central capital houses a  bureaucratic administration of officials; one of their principal purposes is  to collect revenue (often in the form of taxes and tolls) and distribute it  to government, army and craft specialists. Many early states developed  complex redistribution systems to support these essential services.This rather  simple social typology, set out by Elman Service and elaborated by William  Sanders and Joseph Marino, can be criticised, and it should not be used  unthinkingly. Nevertheless, if we are seeking to talk about early societies,  we must use words and hence concepts to do so. Service’s categories provide a  good framework to help organise our thoughts.

 Questions 1-7

 1. There’s little economic difference between  members of a clan.

2. The farmers of a tribe grow a wide range of plants.

3. One settlement is more important than any other  settlements in a tribe.

4. A member’s status in a chiefdom is determined by how  much land he owns.

5. There are people who craft goods in chiefdoms.

6. The king keeps the order of a state by using an army.

7. Bureaucratic officers receive higher salaries than  other members. 

Questions 8-13

8 What are made at the clan work sites?

9 What is the other way of life for tribes besides settled  farming?

10 How are Çatalhöyük’s housing units arranged?

11 What does a chief give to his subjects as rewards  besides crafted goods?

12 What is the largest possible population of a chiefdom?

13 Which group of people is at the bottom of an early  state but higher than the farmers?

答案:

1. True

2. Not Given

3. False

4. False

5. True

6. True

7. Not Given

8. tools

9. nomadic

10. grouped/grouped together

11. foodstuffs

12. 20,000

13. craft  specialists

(仅供参考)

题型难度分析

社会学话题,判断+填空常规有序题文章,难度适中。

剑桥雅思推荐原文练习

4Test 1

9 Test4

Reading Passage 2

Title:

Can a  global database of fossils help us to predict the future of biodiversity

Question types:

单选  +配对

文章内容回顾

类似文章:

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题型难度分析

这篇文章的难度比第一篇的难度高,单选对文章段落理解要求比较高,配对对定位要求比较高。

题型技巧分析

建议考生在做雅思单选题中,判断好宏观和细节的考察,理解要把握好全段的作者意图。

剑桥雅思推荐原文练习

4 Test 2

Reading Passage 3

Title:

Risk  Taking

Question types:

单选

文章内容回顾

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参考答案

待回忆

剑桥雅思推荐原文练习

9 Test 2passage3

考试趋势分析和备考指导:

本次考试题型中,三篇都是旧文章,但是题目都有改动,看机经的烤鸭需要注意不能只背答案,还需要根据文章内容进行调整。

从题型来看,本场考试没有出现段落配,难度适中,接下来的130考试的同学们要注意list of headings题型。




考试日期

2016年1月23日 Task1

类别

Pie Chart

题目

The charts below show the  percentage of coffee production from different regions, of consumption in  different regions and of the profits in different fields in 2014.

题目翻译

 

以下几个饼图展示了在2014年全球不同地区咖啡的生产,消费和盈利的情况。选取主要的特征对信息进行概括,在相关的地方进行比较。

要素回忆(图表仅供参考)


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写作指导

 

1)注意时态,要用过去时

2)每个饼图成一个主体段

3)注意每段的内部,外部对比描述

重点表达式

The first point to note is  that...

Compared with the consumption

The ... varied to a large extent.

题目评价

难度较低

推荐练习

剑桥真题8, test2

近期考试趋势

近期考的以数据型居多。一月份最后一场考题可关注一下图画型图表,如流程图,地图。

考试日期

2016年1月23日 Task2

类别

媒体类

题目

The news media have become more influential in people's  lives. Some people think it's a negative development, to what extent do you  agree or disagree? 

题目翻译

 

新闻媒体越来越能影响人们的生活。有人认为这是个消极的发展。你是否同意?

写作指导

 

1)注意时态,不要出现过去时(除非举过去的例子)

2)两种观点:

1.同意

Possible ideas:

a、一些暴力,犯罪的消极报道总是能更吸引眼球,却造成了人心惶惶和社会动荡不安。

b、媒体的过度开发和报道有时会侵犯当事人的隐私,这也会让人们惶恐。

2.不同意

Possible ideas:

a. 新闻需要通过媒介来传播一些日常咨询和有用的信息,这会方便人们的生活。

b. 一些娱乐性和教育性的新闻媒体也会进一步丰富和充实人们的生活。

重点表达

It is true that sometimes, news media tend to  report some depressing issues which…

When it comes to coverage about fashion and  entertainment issues, those who are in favor of this can rely on these to…

题目评价

旧题,难度一般

推荐练习

News media are important in  modern society. Why are they so important? Are their influences generally  positive or negative?

近期考试趋势

一月份涉及到的考试话题为媒体类,教育类、政府类,犯罪类和全球化类,第一季度可以环境类,科技类作为准备重点




考试日期

2016年1月23日

Part 1考题总结

考题总结:

Hometown

1.     Where are you from?

2.     Do you like your hometown?

3.     Is your hometown suitable  for children to live in?

4.     Where do you live in your  hometown, a house or a flat?

5.     Where would you bring a tourist  to in your hometown?

6.     Can you tell me something  about a tourism site in your hometown?

7.     Would you like to live  there in the future?

Your  studies

1. Do you work or  are you a student?

2. What's your  major? Have you ever communicated about your major with your friends?

3. Will you study  with others in the future? Why?

4. What is your plan  for your future study?

5. When you study,  do you feel happy?

6. What’s your  favorite subject? What do like most about it?

7. Do you enjoy your  school life? What are the benefits of being a student?

8. What  do you usually do after class?

Flat

1.     Do you live in a house or  an apartment/flat/dorm?

2.     What room do you like best  in your flat?

3.     Describe your bedroom.

4.     Do you want to move to  another place in the future?

Science

1.     Do you like science?

2.     Are there any science  museums in your hometown?

3.     Did you like science when  you were young?

Dance

1.     Do  you like to dance?

2.     Do  people in your country dance?

3.     What  kinds of dancing are popular in your country?

History

1.    Do  you like history?

2.    Do  you think history is important?

3.    Do  you think the internet is a good place to learn about history?

Reading

1.     Do you like reading?

2.     What did you read when you  were a kid?

3.     What book have you read  recently?

Parks

1.    How  often do you go to park?

2.    Do  people in your country like to visit parks?

3.   What  do they do there?

Snacks

1.     Do you like snacks?

2.     What was your favorite snacks  when you were a child?

3.      Has anything changed  about snacks compared to the past?

Music

1.    Do  you like music?

2.    How  often do you listen to music?

3.    What  kinds of music are popular in your country?

Teacher

1.    Do  you like to be a teacher?

2.    Who  is your favorite teacher?

3.    Do  you like strict teachers?

Computer

1.    How  often do you use computer?

2.    What  do you do with your computer?

3.    Who  taught you how to use computer?

Bicycle  

1.    How  often do you ride a bicycle?

2.    Is  it difficult to learn how to ride a bicycle?

3.    When  was the last time you used a bicycle?

Part 2&3考题总结

考题总结


P2

1.    A foreign country you’d like to visit in the  future.

2.    a person whose job is important.

3.    a goal in the future.

4.    A place you visited that is affected by pollution.

5.    a product that you bought and felt happy with.

6.    a difficult decision you made.

7.    A law about environment you would like to see in  the future.

8.    an important festival in your country.

9.    An important conversation you had.

10.A useful thing  you once borrowed.

P3

1.      Do you think a goal is  imporant to a person?

2.      Do people in your country  like shopping?

3.      What kinds of pollutions are  there in your country?

4.      Do old people and young  people like the same kind of songs?

5.      Why do people like to have  private cars?

6.      How to keep healthy?

7.      Why is it difficult for some  Chinese to go to gym?

8.      Why do some people like to  make friends?

9.      How to improve the local environment?

10.    Would you say that your hometown is a  suitable place for walking?

雅思口语趋势分析和备考指导

11.   比如P3中问道,How  to improve the local environment?

考官题卡中一般会紧跟一个问题 why或者Could you give me some examples?

所以在答题中我们要注意第一反应就要把这两项内容包涵。例如: I’d say environmental protection depends on many aspects. First,  locals should be able to improve their awareness of protecting the  surroundings and don’t litter randomly. Second, the government can publish  some laws to punish those who violate the regulations, like paying fine,  cleaning the streets or something.

在答题过程中不要因为某些单词的纠结而失去了流畅的语言节奏,在不影响语义的情况下,同学们尽量与考官保持一个正常输出的语速。



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