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2019年03月09日雅思考试真题回忆+答案---最终版_

2019年03月09日雅思考试真题回忆+答案---最终版_
2019年03月09日雅思考试真题回忆+答案---最终版_

2019年03月09日雅思考试真题机经

2019年雅思考试巩固模拟试题及答案

2019年雅思考试巩固模拟试题及答案1 Next Year Marks the EU's 50th Anniversary of the Treaty A. After a period of introversion and stunned self-disbelief, continental European governments will recover their enthusiasm for pan-European institution-building in 2007. Whether the European public will welcome a return to what voters in two countries had rejected so short a time before is another matter. B. There are several reasons for Europe’s recovering self-confidence. For years European economies had been lagging dismally behind America (to say nothing of Asia), but in 2006 the large continental economies had one of their best years for a decade, briefly outstripping America in terms of growth. Since politics often reacts to economic change with a lag, 2006’s improv ement in economic growth will have its impact in 2007, though the recovery may be ebbing by then. C. The coming year also marks a particular point in a political cycle so regular that it almost seems to amount to a natural law. Every four or five years, European countries take a large stride towards further integration by signing a new treaty: the Maastricht treaty in 1992, the Treaty of Amsterdam in 1997, the Treaty of Nice in 2001. And in 2005 they were supposed to ratify a European constitution, laying the ground for yet more integration—until the calm rhythm

2019年6月雅思真题回忆及解析

2019年 6 月雅思真题回忆及解析 6月 1日雅思口语真题回忆: Part 1 考题总结 考题总结必考话题 Work/study Do you work or are you a student? What is your favourite subject? Do you like studying? Where do you study? / What school do you study at? How do you go to school every day? Is your school a good place for studying? Do you like your school? What do you like most about your school? How do you think your school could be improved? How much (how many hours) study do you do every week? Do you work or are you a student? What work do you do? Do you enjoy that work? Why did you choose to do that type of work?

How do you go to work every day? How much (how many hours) do you work every week? Would you say that ' s a good company to work for? Would you like to change the place where you work? How do you think your workplace could be improved? What' s the most important part of your work? Do you do anything that especially helps you in your work? How do you think you could improve your efficiency at work? Your accommodation Do you live in a house or a flat? Have you lived there for a long time? What' s the difference between where you are living now and where you have lived before? What's your favourite room? What kind of places would you like to live in (in the future)? 人相关话题 Stars Have you ever met a celebrity in real life? Who is your favourite movie star? Are international superstars popular in your country?

2019年12月雅思真题回忆及解析

2019年12月雅思真题回忆及解析 信念和斗志宜聚,懈怠和悲观宜散,我们的斗志因信念而燃起,不懈怠、不悲观,落实每一个知识点。无忧考网搜集整理了2019年12月雅思真题回忆及解析,希望对大家有所帮助。2019年12月举行了3场考试,时间分别为12月7日、12月12日、12月14日。以下内容仅供参考。 12月7日雅思口语真题回忆: Part 1考题总结 考题总结 基本题 Hometown Where’s your hometown? Do you like it? What do you like most about it? What don’t you like about it? Are there any tourist attractions? Do you like to live beside the seaside? Study or Work Do you work or study? What’s your major? Do you like it? Do you find it interesting? What work do you do? What do you find most difficult with your jobs/studies? Do you think your job/subject is easy or difficult?

What are you planning to do in the future? Names Do you like your names? Does your name have any special meaning? What kinds of names are popular in China? Are there many Chinese people who have the same names as you? Is there any tradition about naming babies? Accommodation Do you live in a house or flat? Which part of your house do you like most? What’s the difference between an apartment and a house? Which do you prefer? What facilities are there in your neighbourhood? What’s your favourite place in your home? Do you live with your family? 娱乐题 Animals What wild animal do you like most? Have you ever seen any wild animals before? Do you like to go to the zoo? Have you ever kept pets? Movies What’s your favourite movie?

2015年雅思阅读模拟试题及答案解析三

Time to cool it 1 REFRIGERATORS are the epitome of clunky technology: solid, reliable and just a little bit dull. They have not changed much over the past century, but then they have not needed to. They are based on a robust and effective idea--draw heat from the thing you want to cool by evaporating a liquid next to it, and then dump that heat by pumping the vapour elsewhere and condensing it. This method of pumping heat from one place to another served mankind well when refrigerators' main jobs were preserving food and, as air conditioners, cooling buildings. Today's high-tech world, however, demands high-tech refrigeration. Heat pumps are no longer up to the job. The search is on for something to replace them. 2 One set of candidates are known as paraelectric materials. These act like batteries when they undergo a temperature change: attach electrodes to them and they generate a current. This effect is used in infra-red cameras. An array of tiny pieces of paraelectric material can sense the heat radiated by, for example, a person, and the pattern of the array's electrical outputs can then be used to construct an image. But until recently no one had bothered much with the inverse of this process. That inverse exists, however. Apply an appropriate current to a paraelectric material and it will cool down. 3 Someone who is looking at this inverse effect is Alex Mischenko, of Cambridge University. Using commercially available paraelectric film, he and his colleagues have generated temperature drops five times bigger than any previously recorded. That may be enough to change the phenomenon from a laboratory curiosity to something with commercial applications. 4 As to what those applications might be, Dr Mischenko is still a little hazy. He has, nevertheless, set up a company to pursue them. He foresees putting his discovery to use in more efficient domestic fridges and air conditioners. The real money, though, may be in cooling computers. 5 Gadgets containing microprocessors have been getting hotter for a long time. One consequence of Moore's Law, which describes the doubling of the number of transistors on a chip every 18 months, is that the amount of heat produced doubles as well. In fact, it more than doubles, because besides increasing in number,the components are getting faster. Heat is released every time a logical operation is performed inside a microprocessor, so the faster the processor is, the more heat it generates. Doubling the frequency quadruples the heat output. And the frequency has doubled a lot. The first Pentium chips sold by Dr Moore's company,Intel, in 1993, ran at 60m cycles a second. The Pentium 4--the last "single-core" desktop processor--clocked up 3.2 billion cycles a second. 6 Disposing of this heat is a big obstruction to further miniaturisation and higher speeds. The innards of a desktop computer commonly hit 80℃. At 85℃, they

2019年雅思考试巩固模拟试题及答案1

2019年雅思考試鞏固模擬試題及答案1 Next Year Marks the EU's 50th Anniversary of the Treaty A. After a period of introversion and stunned self-disbelief, continental European governments will recover their enthusiasm for pan-European institution-building in 2007. Whether the European public will welcome a return to what voters in two countries had rejected so short a time before is another matter. B. GAGGAGAGGAFFFFAFAF

There are several reasons for Europe’s recovering self-confidence. For years European economies had been lagging dismally behind America (to say nothing of Asia), but in 2006 the large continental economies had one of their best years for a decade, briefly outstripping America in terms of growth. Since politics often reacts to economic change with a lag, 2006’s improv ement in economic growth will have its impact in 2007, though the recovery may be ebbing by then. C. GAGGAGAGGAFFFFAFAF

2019年4月雅思真题回忆及解析

2019年4月雅思真题回忆及解析 学而不思则罔,在掌握知识点之后将其运用在解题中才是学习的好方法。无忧考网搜集整理了2019年4月雅思真题回忆及解析,希望对大家有所帮助。2019年4月举行了3场考试,时间分别为4月13日、4月25日、4月27日。以下内容仅供参考。 4月13日雅思口语真题回忆: Part 1考题总结 考题总结每季度必考3题 Work/Study What do you do? Why did you choose to do that type of work? Do you like your job? What is the most challenging thing in your job? What is your major? Do you like your subject? Why did you choose to study that subject? Is it interesting? Hometown What is your hometown? Is that a big city or a small place? What do you like about your hometown? Is there anything you dislike about it? Do you think you will continue living there for a long time? Accommodation Where do you live? How long have you lived there? Do you think the place you live is a good place for families with kids? Do you plan to live there for a long time? What do you usually do in your home? 人类相关 Teachers Why do you like the teacher? Do you think you could be a teacher? Would you like to be a teacher? What kinds of teachers do you like? Do you think teachers should be angry at students or not? Do you like strict teachers? What’s the difference between young and old teachers?

2019雅思阅读考试真题(19)

2019年雅思IELTS考试备考资料模拟试题及答案14 The nervous system of vertebrates is characterized by a hollow, dorsal nerve cord that ends in the head region as an enlargement, the brain. Even in its most primitive form this cord and its attached nerves are the result of evolutionary specialization, and their further evolution from lower to higher vertebrate classes is a process that is far from fully understood. Nevertheless, the basic arrangements are similar in all vertebrates, and the study of lower animals gives insight into the form and structure of the nervous system of higher animals. Moreover, for any species, the study of the embryological development of the nervous system is indispensable for an understanding of adult morphology. In any vertebrate two chief parts of the nervous system may be distinguished. These are the central nervous system (the nerve cord mentions above), consisting of the brain and spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system, consisting of the cranial, spinal, and peripheral nerves, together with their motor and sensory endings. The term "autonomic nervous system" refers to the parts of the central and peripheral systems that supply and regulate the activity of cardiac muscle, smooth muscle, and many glands. The nervous system is composed of many millions of nerve and glial cells, together with blood vessels and a small amount of connective tissue. The nerve cells, or "neurons", are characterized by many processes and are specialized in that they exhibit to a great degree the phenomena of irritability and conductivity. The glial cells of the central nervous system are supporting cells collectively termed

2019雅思写作考试真题(1)

2019年12月17日雅思大作文真题及范文 Task:Some people think getting old is entirely bad, but other people do think it’s much better for old people to live now than in the past. Please show your idea with explanation, examples and your knowledge. Sample answer: It has become a common phenomenon for people in a number of countries to enjoy an increasing life expectancy. While some people believe it is horrible just to imagine getting old , I think the situation has completely changed comparing to decades ago and now elderly people can lead a happy life. In some cases, the seniors do experience empty nest syndrome because their children are away from home. However, things are different nowadays. There are numerous residential homes with trained carers in a country and they have become a perfect place for the elderly to stay after retirement, where the elderly will not feel lonely and bored with the company of their peers. Another concern for numerous senior citizens is the health problem. In the past, without advanced medical science, the seniors tend to suffer from various kinds of diseases, which decrease their quality of life at great extent. By contrast, the medical science is developing at an amazing speed and this trend can at least delay the onset of some chronic conditions and with healthy body, the elderly can enjoy happier lives.

2019年7月雅思真题回忆及解析

2019年7月雅思真题回忆及解析 学习是一个长期坚持的过程,对于考试而言,每天进步一点点,基础扎实一点点,日积月累,考试就会更容易一点点。无忧考网搜集整理了2019年7月雅思真题回忆,希望对大家有所帮助。2019年7月举行了4场考试,考试时间为7月6日、7月18日、7月20日、7月27日。以下内容仅供参考。 7月6日雅思口语真题回忆: Part 1考题总结 考题总结基本题 Hometown Where do you come from? What's the most attractive part of your hometown? What’s the weather like in your hometown? Do you know much about the history of your hometown? Has your hometown changed much these years? Would you say your hometown is a big city or a small town? For you, what benefits are there living in a big city? Do you think you will be still living in your hometown in the future? Accommodation What kind of housing do you live in? Do you live in a house or a flat? Do you live alone or with your family? Could you please describe the place you live in? Can you describe the room you live in? Which is your favourite room in your home? Is there anything which needs to be improved in your flat? What can you see when you look out the window of your room? The Area You Live In Do you like the area that you live in? What are some changes in the area recently? Do you know any famous people in your area? Where do you like to go to that area? Work or Study Are you a student or do you work now? What subjects are you studying? Why did you choose that subject? Is there anything that you don’t like about it? What would you like to do in the future?

2020年11月21日雅思考试真题及答案

2020年11月21日雅思考试真题及答案 雅思线下11月21日已结束,雅思又上热搜,很多小伙伴看到阅读的书剑,内心都一惊。11月难度再次刷新,不知道12月的会不会简单点……那么2020年11月21日雅思考试试题如何呢?我们一起回顾下: 2020年11月21日雅思听力真题及答案SECTION 1 主题:旅游咨询 题型:填空 参考答案: 1. 13 July 2. Temple 3. ferry 4. moderate 5. dancing 6. castle 7. breakfast 8. house 9. Harvey 10. 45 days SECTION 2

主题:交响音乐会介绍 题型:选择+匹配 参考答案: 11. new people 12. who can play violin 13. attend two rehearsals every week 14. play in local area 15. E 16. F 17. A 18. G 19. B 20. H SECTION 3 主题:关于学习的调研网课讨论 题型:选择+匹配 SECTION 4 主题:气候与建筑 题型:填空 参考答案: 31. both in rural areas and in cities 32. received funds of a city bank

33. skyscrapers: lower levels of acid in damaging pollutants 34. in recent years, Alter Project focuses on the buildings made of stone 35. glasses used to reduce pollution in skyscrapers 36. are affected by the increased rainfall 37. humidity affects the constrictions made of wood 38. are worried about the soil that protects the foundation of buildings 39. architects monitor the evidence of the movement of buildings 40. government should make guidelines for architects 2020年11月21日雅思阅读真题及答案Passage 1 主题:新旧公园 题型:匹配+选择 参考答案: 1. A:visibility and accessibility of parks 2. B:park numbers increased 3. C:reasons why park popularity declined 4. D:importance of park design 5. E:different opinions in the park roles 6. F:different functions of parks 7. David 8. James

2019年雅思考试阅读理解模拟练习试题及答案

2019年雅思考试阅读理解模拟练习试题及答案A. When Denis Hennequin took over as the European boss of McDonald’s in January 2004,the world’s biggest restaurant chain was showing signs of recovery in America and Australia,but sales in Europe were sluggish or declining.One exception was France,where Mr Hennequin had done a sterling job as head of the group’s French subsidiary to sell more Big Macs to his compatriots.His task was to replicate this success in all 41 of the European countries where anti- globalisers’favourite enemy operates. B. So far Mr Hennequin is doing https://www.sodocs.net/doc/f56225175.html,st year European sales increased by 5.8%and the number of customers by 3.4%, the best annual results in nearly 15 years.Europe accounted for 36%of the group’s profits and for 28%of its sales.December was an especially good month as customers took to seasonal menu offerings in France and Britain,and to a promotion in Germany based on the game of Monopoly. C Mr Hennequin’s recipe for revival is to be more open about his company’s operations,to be“locally relevant”,and to improve the experience of visiting his 6,400 restaurants.McDonald’s is blamed for making people fat,exploiting workers,treating animals cruelly,polluting the environment and simply for being American.Mr Hennequin says

2018年11月17日雅思真题回忆答案(大陆卷+亚太卷)

2018年11月17日雅思真题回忆答案(大陆卷+亚太卷) 感觉很多考生是第一次考雅思,因为哀嚎声控诉的问题都非常初级:觉得配对题多,觉得听力S3过快,做听力因为翻页问题少做一个section等等。但是,旧题数量是最近几个月最多的,尤其是亚太区,居然多个区域考的内容都是一样的。而剩下几场考试,旧题的数量依旧不低,新手备考,越早冷静的人越容易赢。 Listening 听力 SECTION 1 参考答案(顺序不一定对) money language swim Eurontas team 168 uniform cultures

math SECTION 2 参考答案: 暂无 SECTION 3 参考答案: 暂无 SECTION 4 参考答案(顺序不一定): engineering business printed global market documentation

reflective journalism computer aided interview Reading 阅读Passage 1:神奇的竹子 参考答案:暂无 Passage 2:运动 参考答案:暂无 Passage 3:appearance and personality 参考答案:暂无 Writing 写作小作文 线图:欧洲某国家三种林业产品的产量

大作文 Some people think the qualities a person needs to become successful in today’s world cannot be learned at a university or similar academic institution. To what extent doyou agree or disagree? 亚太卷 Listening 听力 SECTION 1 参考答案 1.sustomer NO.:5567819230 2.Adress:Crescent 3.move date:21st August 4.protection service of a cooker 5.暂无 6.booklet 7.credit card 8.email

雅思考试巩固模拟试题及答案1word版本

2019年雅思考试巩固模拟试题及答案1

2019年雅思考试巩固模拟试题及答案1 Next Year Marks the EU's 50th Anniversary of the Treaty A. After a period of introversion and stunned self-disbelief, continental European governments will recover their enthusiasm for pan-European institution-building in 2007. Whether the European public will welcome a return to what voters in two countries had rejected so short a time before is another matter. B. There are several reasons for Europe’s recovering self-confidence. For years European economies had been lagging dismally behind America (to say nothing of Asia), but in 2006 the large continental economies had one of their best years for a decade, briefly outstripping America in terms of growth. Since politics often reacts to economic change with a lag, 2006’s improvement in economic growth will have its impact in 2007, though the recovery may be ebbing by then. C. The coming year also marks a particular point in a political cycle so regular that it almost seems to amount to a natural law. Every four or five years, European countries take a large stride towards further integration by signing a new treaty: the Maastricht treaty in 1992, the Treaty of Amsterdam in 1997, the Treaty of Nice in 2001. And in 2005 they were supposed to ratify a European constitution, laying the ground for yet more integration—until the calm rhythm was rudely shattered by French and Dutch voters. But the political impetus to sign something every four or five years has only been interrupted, not immobilised, by this setback. D. In 2007 the European Union marks the 50th anniversary of another treaty—the Treaty of Rome, its founding charter. Government leaders have already agreed to celebrate it

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