【雅思考试】9月15日雅思考试机经

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一、考试概述:

本场考试为20个填空类题型20个选择类题型,全部采用了旧卷。由于section 3全部采用了笔记完成题而section 4全部为选择类题目,所以总体来说难度还是不小的。

Section 1咨询——儿童绘画比赛,10笔记

Section 2介绍——兼职工作介绍,5单选+5配对

Section 3师生讨论——学生和导师讨论澳大利亚风力发电的,10笔记

Section 4社科——计算机对教育的影响, 3单选+7分类

二、具体题目分析:

Section 1新旧情况:50102

场景:咨询——儿童绘画比赛

题型:10笔记

参考答案:1-10)笔记完成题

1. Theme of painting is : Travel

2. First daughter join different group (9-12 years) : juniors

3. For her elder daughter (12 and up)L young teenagers

4. Submit painting deadline: 29th August

5. Painting size: 80cm*60cm

6. Name of contact: Andy Kahn

7. The postcode of address: HB6 2LJ

8. Man said will quickly send her application form by fax

9. in order to make sending easier, on her envelop, she need to write three capital letters: on the top envelop,: YPC

10. last rewards: 50 pounds/£50

(答案仅供参考)

解析:本场考试的section1出现了常规的日期、邮编等考点,需要注意邮编是常见的英国邮编,所以L/O, J/G的辨析等,也有可能会出现常见的词汇拼写错误如juniors.

Section 2

新旧情况:08266

场景:介绍——兼职工作介绍

题型:5单选+5配对
参考答案:

11-14) Multiple choice

11. Nowadays which population taking more part time job?A. elderly peopleB. people with children as it increased

12. How to comfirm the length of working for part time job?A. make record for everyday duties

13. 哪种工作最难?A. job requires working in different locationsB. too much work

14. What effect of taking more part time?A. decrease the quality of formal jobB. no time with familyC. healthy suffered

15. what skills can learned frm part-time job?A. time management or organisation skills

16-20) matching

16. (题干待补充)

17. (题干待补充)

18. (题干待补充,机构名称)

19. (题干待补充,工种)

20. (题干待补充,obtain a permit)
16. different levels of   salaries

17. list of working   requirements and startingpay

18. limited working hours

19. will be taxed

20. only for foreigners   working in UK
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参考练习:C5T3S2, C7T1S2

Section 3

新旧情况:06322

场景:师生讨论——学生和导师讨论澳大利亚风力发电的

题型:10笔记
参考答案:

Section 3

21. In the past, wind powers was used to grind flour, and pump water

22. The first wind power was used in carrying out research

23. the disadvantages of wind power: much noisy

24. blade sometimes harms birds

25. produce 50% electricity

26. a turbine is a large as a plane

27. Most euipments are made in Europe

28. Citizens were supported by subsidiary loan form government

29. when extreme condition weather appears, they can lowers the speed

30. fan was made of fiberglass and timber

(答案仅供参考)

解析:采用了06年的旧卷,10个笔记完成题,需要注意部分的吹的拼写和单复数形式的问题。

Section 4

版本号:08417

场景:社科——计算机对教育的影响

题型:3单选+7分类
参考答案:

31-33) multiple choices

31. what impact "digital access" bring to younger generation

A. it alters their think patterns

B. it harms their physical development

C. it limits their brain capacity

32. what difference between digital immigrants and other young people?

A. they use native language

B. they are less efficient than the young

C. they access for less important information

33. "Digital accent" - digital immigrants

A. their typing skill is poorer

B. they often do things in an old-fashioned way

C. they don't understand the instruction

34-40) matching

A. Allen

B. James

C. Vander

34. The current thinking mathods don't work - B

35. Not all students understand computer - C

36. computer technology doesn't interest all students - A

37. students can still learn in the traditional way - B

38. students still need to learn research skills - A

39. even video games can apply into teaching - B

40. computer cannot take place of the traditional educators - C

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雅思阅读机经
. 考试概述:

本次考试的阅读部分文章是两篇旧文章,一篇新文章,难度适中。第一篇讲的是磁力用于治疗,第二篇讲了明星员工对于企业是否有帮助,第三篇的主题是节能发电。

二、具体题目分析

三、Passage 1:

四、题名:磁疗

五、题型:段落信息配对题6 + 多选题4 + 单选题3

六、题目:新题

相似文章:

Magnet Therapy

A

Magnet therapy, magnetic therapy, or magnotherapy is an alternative medicine practice involving the use of static magnetic fields. Practitioners claim that subjecting certain parts of the body to magnetostatic fields produced by permanent magnets has beneficial health effects. These pseudoscientific physical and biological claims are unproven and no effects on health or healing have been established. Although hemoglobin, the blood protein that carries oxygen, is weakly diamagnetic and is repulsed by magnetic fields, the magnets used in magnetic therapy are many orders of magnitude too weak to have any measurable effect on blood flow.Methods of application

B

Magnet therapy is the application of the magnetic field of electromagnetic devices or permanent static magnets to the body for purported health benefits. Some practitioners assign different effects based on the orientation of the magnet; under the laws of physics, magnetic poles are symmetric.

C

Products include magnetic bracelets and jewelry; magnetic straps for wrists, ankles, knees, and the back; shoe insoles; mattresses; magnetic blankets (blankets with magnets woven into the material); magnetic creams; magnetic supplements; plasters/patches and water that has been "magnetized". Application is usually performed by the patient. Purported mechanisms of action

D

Perhaps the most common suggested mechanism is that magnets might improve blood flow in underlying tissues. The field surrounding magnet therapy devices is far too weak and falls off with distance far too quickly to appreciably affect hemoglobin, other blood components, muscle tissue, bones, blood vessels, or organs. A 1991 study on humans of static field strengths up to 1 T found no effect on local blood flow. Tissue oxygenation is similarly unaffected. Some practitioners claim that the magnets can restore the body's theorized "electromagnetic energy balance", but no such balance is medically recognized. Even in the magnetic fields used in magnetic resonance imaging, which are many times stronger, none of the claimed effects are observed.

Efficacy

E

Several studies have been conducted in recent years to investigate what, if any, role static magnetic fields may play in health and healing. Unbiased studies of magnetic therapy are problematic, since magnetisation can be easily detected, for instance, by the attraction forces on ferrous (iron-containing) objects; because of this, effective blinding of studies (where neither patients nor assessors know who is receiving treatment versus placebo) is difficult. Incomplete or insufficient blinding tends to exaggerate treatment effects, particularly where any such effects are small. Health claims such as longevity and cancer treatment are implausible and unsupported by any research. More mundane health claims, most commonly pain relief, also lack any credible proposed mechanism, and clinical research is not promising.
Pain

F

Effects of magnet therapy on pain relief beyond non-specific placebo response have not been adequately demonstrated. A 2008 systematic review of magnet therapy for all indications found no evidence of an effect for pain relief. It reported that small sample sizes, inadequate randomization, and difficulty with allocation concealment all tend to bias studies positively and limit the strength of any conclusions. In 2009 the results of a randomized double-blind placebo-controlled crossover trial on the use of magnetic wrist straps (a leather strap with a magnetic insert) for osteoarthritis were published, addressing a gap in the earlier systematic review. This trial showed that magnetic wrist straps are ineffective in the management of pain, stiffness and physical function in osteoarthritis. The authors concluded that "reported benefits are most likely attributable to non-specific placebo effects".The History of Magnets.

G

Historically it is reported that magnets have been around for an extremely long time. Magnets were first documented around 2500-3000 years BC. Their origins are first noted in Asia Minor in a vast land called Magnesia. The earth there was enriched with iron oxide which attracted metals to it. The locals named it Magnetite

H

Magnets have been used in Chinese medicine from around 2000 BC in-conjunction with reflexology and acupuncture. It is still used today as a first line treatment for many common complaints.I3,500 years after they were first discovered, magnets have gained popularity in Europe and the USA. In the 15th century a Swiss physician Paracelsus recognised the therapeutic powers of magnets. He wrote medical papers on the influence of magnets on the inflammatory processes within the body.
How Do Magnets Work?

J

The human body is not based simply on biochemical reactions, but also electromagnetic interactions. Biological processes, like smooth muscle contractions and nerve signals, are controlled by the balance and movement of chemical ions. These are biochemicals (e.g. calcium, sodium, potassium) that have a positive or negative electric charge. They can be influenced chemically, as with drugs, as well as by external electrical and magnetic fields.

K

Based on more current studies, researchers believe magnets may make it easier for ions to shift and move through membrances (ion channels), triggering biological processes more efficiently. For example, the body uses calcium ions as a messenger system, causing the smooth muscle walls of capillary blood vessels to either relax or constrict. This increases or decreases the amount of blood flow.

L

Researchers from Japan, and more recently, the University of Virginia, have observed that when exposing an injured area to a strong magnetic field, changes in blood flow happened much faster. Interestingly, magnetic fields were able to both decrease blood flow to reduce swelling quicker, and later increase blood flow for faster healing. This means the magnets were not causing changes directly, but rather improving the body's own ability to regulate blood flow - likely by improving the ion signal process.

M

Separating magnet therapy from almost every other form of alternative or mainstream medicine, both doctors and researchers agree that magnets are safe and do not cause side effects when used properly. This is because instead of changing processes chemically, biomagnetics enhance the body's own abilities to heal itself after injury and reduce pain signals. For this reason, people with chronic conditions, like arthritis, tendonitis and fibromyalgia, are turning to magnets as a safer form of pain relief.
Use Around the World

N

Today, magnet therapy is used in Germany, France, Britain, India, Japan, China, Italy, Israel and about 40 other countries. A number of government health systems, such as Japan's Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, officially recognize magnet therapy as a safe, viable and cost-effective treatment option. Britain is the most recent to adopt magnetic therapy, where doctors are prescribing magnets to both heal and help prevent the development of leg ulcers - reducing the time and costs of patient care.

O

While magnet therapy is not fully understood, millions of people have benefited from its use for pain relief, improved healing, and better sleep. Of all forms of alternative medicine, magnetic therapy is both the safest and easiest to use. It offers the best opportunity for sustainable, long-term pain relief and better quality of life, without the worry of side effects. This alone makes magnets the ideal first choice for arthritis and chronic pain management, before trying other options.
(参考答案暂无,待补充)
Passage 2:

题名:明星员工和企业

题型:判断题 5 + 填空题 4 + 配对题 4

题目:旧题

文章大意:现在很多报纸报道一些人才在市场上受各大公司争抢,企业往往用高薪福利等诱惑来抢人才并以Enron(安然公司)作为例子。该公司最终破产都是因为其就很迷信要找明星员工, 所以忽略公司的内部的system 的管理。一个研究 调查了很多专业人士,然后发现其实这些明星员工并不能很好地发挥。主要有三个原因:

1. 他们的成就来自于当时旧公司的working environment ;

2. 他们在新公司会受到敌对方的排挤,类比了人类器官移植的排它性;

3. 挖他们会花掉公司一大笔钱。最后一段重申了一下如何吸引人才。
答案:

1.暂无

2.暂无

3.暂无

4.暂无

5.YES

6.NO

7.NOT GIVEN

8.YES

9.Analysts

10.star performer

11.working environment

12.Salary

13.rival

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Passage 3:题目:节能发电

题号:新题

题型:待补充

可参考:C9T2P1 The Truth about Environment
雅思写作机经
TASK 1
小作文题目:柱状图,讲五个国家1998年到2008年self employed workers

比率的变化,具体图形待补充。以下为剑七第二套试题,可供参考:


The graph below shows the consumption of fish and some different kinds of meat in a European country between 1979 and 2004.
The graph illustrates changes in the amounts of beef, lamb, chicken and fish consumed in a particular European country between 1979 and 2004.
In 1979 beef was by far the most popular of these foods, with about 225 grams consumed per person per week. Lamb and chicken were eaten in similar quantities (around 150 grams), while much less fish was consumed (just over 50 grams).
However, during this 25-year period the consumption of beef and lamb fell dramatically to approximately 100 grams and 55 grams respectively. The consumption of fish also declined, but much less significantly to just below 50 grams, so although it remained the least popular food, consumption levels were the most stable.The consumption of chicken, on the other hand, showed an upward trend, overtaking that of lamb in 1980 and that of beef in 1989. By 2004 it had soared to almost 250 grams per person per week.
Overall, the graph shows how the consumption of chicken increased dramatically while the popularity of these other foods decreased over the period.
TASK 2题目类型:社会环境提问方式:利弊题考试题目:More and more people buy and use   their own car.do you think the advantages of this trend for individuals   overweigh the disadvantages for environment?
分析:本次考题属于环境类的,和交通结合一起考。应该对很多考生来说并不陌生,对于这种利弊题,我们可以采取立论双方或者立论一方,让步反驳另一方的结构来写。
范文参考:
Private car ownership has been becoming increasingly universe in many societies and thus triggered a series of controversies and one of which regards the upsides and downsides for individuals and eco-surroundings respectively. Personally, every coin has two sides, likewise, there are both evidence in its benefits and drawbacks and it is difficult to say which is more obvious. Commonly, many car owners share the belief that by possessing a transportation tool, they are given more opportunity to travel as they please and as convenient as possible. For example, encountering bad weathers, rather than waiting for public bus or walking a long way to take the underground in the heavy rain, we can drive car instantly we walk out the door. Also, private cars make many leisure activities possible. In some cases, having a mountain climbing, holding a barbecue party or camping in countryside areas on weekend would rely, in great likelihood, on self-driving as public transportation may not be sufficiently provided in those areas. On the other hand, reaching the conclusion that there are advantages in private car use does not mean that we ignore its disadvantages recklessly. Instead, it should be equivalently pointed out. Global warming and other air problems such as acid rain and haze are probably the main issues to be concerned. Due to car emissions, many big cities are suffering the environment problems mentioned above. However, instead of letting these problems be and eventually deteriorate, actions must be taken to tackle or at least mitigate the threat to our life. I therefore believe that along with the bright sides of private car use, the dark ones still exist and it is everyone’s responsibility to solve it.

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雅思口语机经

一、考试整体概述:

以下为9月份本场高频题,请考生扎实准备

1. a situation that you got a little angry

2. an occasion when you ate a kind of food for the first time

3. a course that you want to learn

4. a method that helps you save money

5. a program or app in your computer or phones.

二、本场难题及解析

Describe a program or app in your computer or phones.You should say:

What the app/program

When, where you found it

How you use it

And how you feel about it


Speaking of a program or app in my computer or phones, the first thing that bumped into my mind is Wechat. It was my recommended by friend, and it was one of most useful app he had ever used, so I decided to download it. At first, I found many applications the Wechat had and I had no idea about how to use it. Gradually, I surfed on the Internet to find out the instructions about it and then I got hang of it. The most useful one is that I can send voice message to my friends anytime I want, which is so convenient. Also, we can post our feelings and photos on the moments, and our friends can give us “like”.  It can strengthen the relationship between friends. Furthermore, we can transfer money to each other, so we don’t need to pay check to them. I feel this app is so convenient, and can save a lot of troubles. On the other hand, it wastes of time, because people would spend lots of time on it. As a result, they don’t want to study or work anymore.

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