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雅思真题集——2013.03.09阅读篇

雅思真题集——2013.03.09阅读篇
雅思真题集——2013.03.09阅读篇

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朗阁海外考试研究中心赵小溪考试日期:2013年3月9日

Reading Passage 1

Title: Classifying Societies

Question types: TRUE/FALSE/NOT GIVEN (7); 问答(no more than two words); 填空;

文章内容回顾人类(部落)社会的发展阶段,从band到tribe到chief到early state。问答有grouped together, 20000 people。填空有agricultural workers, foodstuffs。

题型难度分析难度偏低,且都是有顺序的题目,降低了做题难度。

题型技巧分析是非无判断题:

解题思路:

1. 关键词定位到原文中与题目出现重复的段落

2. 判断方式不包含任何逻辑推理

TRUE: 是原文中同义近义改写

FALSE: 对于原文信息的直接改写

NOT GIVEN: 原文没有信息,或通过原文信息不能直接推理出来3. 书写应该规范,大写全拼

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Reading Passage 2

Title: The Tasmanian tiger 塔斯马尼亚老虎

Question types: Summary原文原词;人名理论配对;

单选;

文章内容回顾属于旧题,版本号V110305

一种像狗的虎濒临灭绝,以前在Australia, 后来气候渐变去了Tasmania, 后来Europeans进入了怎么样了的故事。动物类的文章。

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