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速看!!!10月23日雅思考试回忆,《九分达人》又中1题

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10月23的雅思考试回忆

又有《9分达人》中的原题出现啦!

雅思阅读考试 Passage 2 对应

《9分达人雅思阅读真题还原及解析2》

Test 5 Passage 2

直击考场|10月23日雅思考试回忆,《九分达人》又命中1!

2021.10.23

LISTENING

PART1

Version  Topic

旧题  一位女士购买家具的对话, 询问了店员床的材质,颜色,以及最好的送

货时间等细节信息。

1-10为填空题

1. Width of bed, 140cm

2. Price 。 $265_

3. color : natural

4. ftted light _which is convenient for reading

5. Glass door of cupboard

6. With locked drawer

7. name, Rogala

8. postcode; HD 254 EU

9. best time to deliver. next week

10. ifshe is out, leave the goods in: grass

PART2

Version   Topic

新题.    pupis新生入学对学校的介绍,以及open days父母能做事情。

11-16为单选题

11. What is the head teacher going to do?

A. introduce teachers to parents

B. show students works to parents

C. explain school's aim

12. Where can the parents go to register for the first day?

A the Reception area at the entrance

B. the information centre

C. cale in the canteen

13. What do the head teacher suggest parents for the first session?

A. They have to be booked

B. Parents can participate in

C. Parents take the form of demonstration from teachers

14. What does the activity focus on for the 7他year pupils this year?

A. Transportation

B. City development

C. Manufacturing

15. What parents should do at the Open Day?

A. have a coffee

B. leam the history of the school

C. meet librarians

16. What extra support can pupils get for the first year?

A. a pupil who has already in the school can take care of them.

B. There is a party every week.

C. They have special meetings with parents and new pupils.

17-18为多选题

What are the most important factors the head teacher suggests to choose a school

for parents?

A. the number of students in a class

B. a convenient location

C. teachers' experience

D. exam results of the school

E. after-class club

19-20为多选题

What should parents ask their children at the Open Days?

A. what they want to improve

B. what subjects they like best

C. how often they get homework

D. how their homework is marked

E. which teachers they like best?

Part3

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新题    护理学学生交流学习portfolios

21-24为单选题

21. what do Holly and Ed agree to be to most difficult thing on keeping portfolio?

A linking reading to practice

B. not enough time to write

C no ideas about what to include

22. what does Holly think that the portfolios are usually used by

A artists

B architects

C photographer

23 what dose Holly say about keeping a diary?

A it can help progress the thought

B she canleam mistakes from what happened

C it can help improve memorizing things

24 which source is the most useful Holly suggests?

A other students in the dlass

B mentors

C nurses on a ward

25-30为匹配题

A an inspining location

B be part of the team.

C leam a specific skill

D reassure other patients

E fufill a wish

F get feedback

G watch a well-organized process of a surgery

H observe a personal relationship

25. biology

A

26. night shift

D

27. observe surgery

G

28. natal ward

H

29. keep a blog

F

30. nurse ward

PART4

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旧题  The archaeologicalsite of Terrema

31-36为完成句子题

31.100BC, it was invaded by Romans trading in grains, olives and pottery

32.1500s, French found the remains ofa castle

33. Brtish and Swedish archaeologists conducted a complete survey

34. The first place discovered was a local market

35. many silver coins were found later

36. found evidence of a textile _industry

37-40为表格填空题

Important buildings

Namec

Location

Notes

Downye House

Eastem area

People came here to collect 37.

water

Ancient Theatre

Next to the stone 38. bridge over the

river

Pubic square

Southwest

Sculptures of 39. lions

Roman Bath

Centerof the| Another sculpture of a Roman 40.

area

Emperor

People & Animal

Wild life.

Pets and animals

Events

Extreme sports

Holiday

Watch stars

Environmental Protection

Relax

Car trip

Work & study

Getting up early

Festivals

Barbecue

Happiest New year

Weekend

Handwriting

Colors

Getting lost

Relax

Sky and stars

Public parks or gardens

Objects/ Things

Wallet and purse

Special costumes

F arming

Flowers

Wallet

Stars

TV Programs

Traditional food

Technology at work

Night sky

Headphones

Shoes

App

Money

Places

Hometown

Home Country

Accommodation

Primary School

Room

Museum

Public parks and gardens

First school

Abstract

Advertisement

Being happy

Names

Science

Weather

Concentration

New Year

Part2&3

People & Animal

Describe your favorite singer or actor喜欢的歌手或演员

Descnbe a person who loves to do social work社会工作

Describe a writer youwould like to meet作家

Describe a person who understands your feelings and emotions懂你的人

Describe a person who youthink wears unusual clothes/special costumes穿着奇怪的人

Describe someone who is older than you that you admire尊敬的长者

Describe a personwho likes to help others乐于助人

Descibe a person you know who is polite礼貌的人

Describe a politician you know你了解的政治家

Describe a person who gave a clever solution to a problem给出聪明解答的人

Describe a creative person whose work you admire你尊敬的有创造力的人

Describe a foreign personwho you have heard or known that you think is interesting你认识的有趣的外国人

Describe a famous athlete you know你知道的有名的运动员

Describe a businessman you admire你尊敬的商人

Describe a musical person that you like喜欢的音乐人

Describe a person who impressed you the most in your primary school小学印象最深的人

Describe a beautiful woman or men you have seen漂亮的人

Describe a visitor in your home你家里的访问者

Events

Describe an argument with your friend与朋友的争吵

Describe a time when you helped a friend帮助朋友的经历

Describe a time when you lost your way迷路

Describe an occasionwhen many people were smiling微笑

Describe an occasionwhen you were not allowed to use your mobile phone不允许用手机的场合,

Describe an event when you tried to do something but not successful努力做了但没有成功

的事

Descibe a planinyour life (that is not related to work or study计划的

Descnbe a leisure acivity near/ on the sea that you want to try水上活动

Describe time when you shared something with others (or another person)分享

Describe an occasion when you ate something for the first time第-次吃某种东西

Describe a live sport match that youhave watched现场体育比赛

Describe a time you had to walt in line for a long time排长长的队

Describe a time you had to encourage someone to do something he or she didn't enjoy doing鼓励别人做不喜欢的事情

Describe a time when it is important to tell your friend the truth告诉朋友事实

Describe a time when you had to use your imagination用想象力

Describe an activity that you do after school/work课后活动

Describe a time when you got close to wild animals.接近野生 动物

Describe leisure activities at sea side海边的休闲活动

Describe a failure experience失败的经历

Describe a time when you got up early早起的经历

Describe a time you were friendly to someone youdidnt like对不喜欢的人友好

Describe a bicycle/ motorcycle/ car trip you would like to go喜欢的自行车/摩托车/汽车旅行

Describe a dificult decision you once made曾经做过的困难的决定

Describe an activity youusually do that wastes your time经常做的浪费时间的事

Describe an activity you usually do when studywork ends工作或者学习后做的事

Describe a time when you waited for something special that wouldhappen等待可能发生的特别的事

Describe a skill that was dificult for you to leam很难学习的技术

Describe a time when you were misunderstood被别人误解的时候

Describe a plan in your life (that is not related to work or study)和工作学习无关的计划

Describe a piece of equipment that is the most impotant one in your family家中重要设备

Describe a natural talent (like sports, music and so on) you want to improve提高的天赋

Describe a puzzle(like a jigsaw or a CrOss word) you have solved谜语

Descnibe an art or craft activity (e g. painting, woodwork, etc.) that you had (at school)艺术品

Describe an article on health you have read.关于健康的文章

Describe a toy you enjoyed playing whenyou were a kid.小时候喜欢的玩具

Descibe a toy you liked in your childhood.童年喜欢的玩具

Describe a thing that you bought and felt pleased about.满意的购物

Describe one thing you bought新买的东西

Describe your favounite movie.喜欢的电影

Describe a weather you like.喜欢的天气

Describe a topic you are interested in感兴趣的话题

Describe a short joumeyyoutake regularly but you do not like常规且不喜欢的短途旅行

Describe a kind of street food街边小吃

Describe an activity you usually do when study/work ends工作或者学习结束后做的活动

Describe an exciting book that youenjoy reading-本 喜欢读的兴奋的书

Describe an item on which you spent more than expected花费很多买的东西

Describe your favorite movie or fim最喜欢的电影

Describe a good service you received得到的好的服务

Describe a habit your friend got that you want to develop想发 展的朋友有的习惯

READING

Passage 1

Topic    淘金城市gold mine and rush

1-6为判断题

1. snow and wind are the most dificult problems in conserving the city True

2. Not Given

3. Not Given

4. False

5. False

6. True

7-10为填空题

7. Valley

8. Zinc

9. Copper

10. Sand

11.

11-13暂缺

Bird Migration 

Birds have many unique design features that enable them to perform such amazing feats of endurance. They are equipped with lightweight, hollow bones,intricately designed features providing both lift and trust for rapid flight, navigation systems superior to ant that man has developed, and an ingenious heat conserving design that, among other things, concentrates all blood circulation beneath layers of warm, waterproof plumage, leaving them fit to face life in the harshest of climates. Their respiratory systems have to perform efficiently during sustained flights at altitude.so they have a system of extracting oxygen from their lungs that far exceeds that of any other animal. During the later stages of accumulate considerable layers of fat, in order to provide sufficient energy for their long migratory flights.The fundamental reason that birds migrate is to find adequate food during the winter months when it is in short supply. This particularly applies to birds that breed in the temperate and Arctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere, where food is abundant during the short growing season. Many species can tolerate cold temperatures if food is plentiful, but when food is not available they must migrate. However, intriguing questions remain. necessary just to find food and good weather. Nobody knows, for instance, why British swallows, which could presumably survive equally well if they spent the winter in equatorial Africa, instead fly several thousands of miles further to their preferred winter home in South Africa' Cape Province. Another mystery involves the huge migrations performed by arctic tems and mudflat-feeding shorebirds that breed close to Polar Regions. In general, the further north a migrant species breeds, the further south it spends the winter. For arctic terns this necessitated an annual round trip of 25000 miles. Yet, en route to their final destination in far-flung southern latitudes, all these individuals overfly other areas of seemingly suitable habitat spanning two hemispheres. While we may not fully understand birds' reasons for going to particular places, we can marvel at their feats,

One of the greatest mysteries is how young birds know how to find the traditional wintering areas without parental guidance. Very few adults migrate with juveniles in tow, and youngsters may even have lttle or no inkling of their parents' appearance. A familiar example is that of the cuckoo, which lays its eggs in another species' nest and never encounters its young again. It is mind boggling to consider that, once raised by its host species, the young cuckoo makes it own way to ancestral wintering grounds in the tropics before returning single-handedly to northern Europe the next season to seek out a mate among its own kind. The obvious implication is that it inherits from its parents an inbuilt route map and direction-finding capability, as well as a mental image of what another cuckoo looks like. Yet nobody has the slightest idea as to how this is

possible.

Mounting evidence has confirmed that birds use the positions of the sun and stars to obtain compass directions. They seem also to be able to detect the earth's magnetic field, probably due to having minute crystals of magnetite in the region of their brains. However, true navigation also requires an awareness

of position and time, especially when lost. Experiments have shown that afer being taken thousands of miles over an unfamiliar landmass, birds are still capable of returning rapidly to nest sites. Such phenomenal powers are the product of computing a number of sophisticated cues, induding an inborm map of the night sky and the pull of the earth's magnetic field. How the birds use their instruments' remains unknow, but one thing is clear: they see the world with a superior sensory perception to ours. Most small birds migrate at night and take their direction from the position of the setting sun. However, as well as seeing the sun go down, they also seem to see the plane of polarized light caused by it, which calibrates their compass. Travelling at night provides other benefits. Daytime predators are avoided and the danger of dehydration due to

flying for long periods in warm, sunlit skies is reduced. Furthermore, at night the air is generally cool and less turbulent and so conducive to sustained, stable flight.

Nevertheless, all journeys involve considerable risk, and part of the skill in arriving safely is setting off at the right time. Time means accurate weather

forecasting, and tilizing favorable winds. Birds are adept at both, and, in laboratory tests, some have been shown on detect the minute difference in

barometric pressure between the floor and ceiling ofa room. Often birds react to weather changes before there is any visible sign of them. Lapwings, which

feed on grassland, flee west from the Netherlands to the British Isles, France and Spain at the onset of a cold snap. When the ground surface freezes the

birds could starve. Yet they return to Holland ahead of a thaw, their arrival linked to a pressure change presaging an improvement in the weather.

In one instance a Welsh Manx shearwater carried to America and released was back in its burrow on Skokholm Island, off the Pembrokeshire cast, one day

before a letter announcing its release! Conversely, each autumn a small number of North American birds are blown cross the Atlantic by fast-moving westerly tail winds. Not only do they arrive safely in Europe, but, based on ringing evidence, some make it back to North America the following spring,after probably spending the winter with European migrants in sunny African

climes.

14-16为完成句子题

14. Despise some difculties, birds finally can find the destinations

15. Birds can use different ways to help them go back home such as observing

sun.

16.暂缺

17-18为判断题暂缺

19-22为匹配题

which paragraph contains the idea

19. the methodology of examining birds' ability to find home

B

20. the distance can affect the birds find home

C

21. some aspects of physical features in humans and birds

G

22. the delay of migration in an experiment

答案暂缺

23-26为匹配题

23. domestic pigeon

B

24. a bird called AXX

C


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