【雅思阅读】2016/12/15 考题回顾

作者:惠州朗阁老师来源:朗阁海外考试研究中心时间:2016-12-25 17:25:46.907

摘要:雅思阅读考题回顾

雅思考试阅读考题回顾

 

朗阁海外考试研究中心  葛天彦

 

考试日期

20161215 3旧)

 

Reading Passage 1

Title

English Canals system 英国的运河系统

Question types

T/F/NG判断题5

Sentence Completion填空题3

Short answer questions简答题5

文章内容回顾

18世纪英国和欧洲的内河航运建设,古代欧洲和英国的造船系统,当时内河航运很兴盛,大多选择在运河旁边建设工厂,后来因为铁路和公路的出现而衰落了。

答案:
  1- 5 TURE/FALSE/ NOT GIVEN
  1. Sail in the narrow rivers T
  2. NG
  3. Merchant refused the construction F
  4. 英国和欧洲的canal founded are different F
  5. One organization take actions to turn against the canals T
  6-8 Summary-water lock 闸口通航技术
  ……hills open and close the sluice gates,调节水位高低,因为要船外面和里面的水保持在equal level才能航行
  9-14 short answer questions
  9. 什么地方发展运河*好Northern English
  10. 什么地方不适合运河,应用失败? Agricultural regions
  11. 谁买走了不赚钱的 buyers of the unprofitable canals?  Railway companies
  12. 问谁从中赚的*多? Speculators
  13. 为什么现在canals不行了? Roads

题型难度分析

这篇是关于“英国运河系统”发展历史的说明文,有着明显的时间逻辑线。题型组合上属于较简单的搭配,全部考察对文中细节的把握。

题型技巧分析

对于全都是顺序性的细节题型,可以一次性将13题的关键词全都划下来,从中选取有大写,数字和专有名词的几道题优先去定位,然后根据顺序性原则将其他题目的位置定下来。全篇采用扫读法即可很快完成13道题,为后面两篇全是配对题的文章节省时间。

剑桥雅思推荐原文练习

剑11 Test1 PASSAGE 2 THE FALKIRK WHEEL 

A unique engineering achievement

 

 

Reading Passage 2

Title

Amateur Naturalists业余自然爱好者

Question types

段落信息配对 7题

完成句子题 3题

单选题 3题

文章内容回顾

根据阿拉斯加年度赌赛期间观察到的候鸟情况,生态学家们通过大量民间数据来预测气候变化带来的影响。普通民众因为兴趣爱好而做的记录今天已被投入使用,这是当年的作者们未曾料到的。这些以及其他类似数据对研究生物自然现象时间或者生态生物学的学家们来说是非常珍贵的。

题型难度分析

本篇文章题目难度较上一篇有所增加,7道“断子绝孙”配对题,许多考生反映定位困难。

相关英文原文阅读

Amateur Naturalists

From the results of an annual Alaskan betting contest to sightings of migratory birds, ecologists are using a wealth of unusual data to predict the impact of climate change.


A Tim Sparks slides a small leather-bound notebook out of an envelope. The book’s yellowing pages contain beekeeping notes made between 1941 and 1969 by the late Walter Coates of Kilworth, Leicestershire. He adds it to his growing pile of local journals, birdwatchers’ lists and gardening diaries. “We’re uncovering about one major new record each month,” he says, “I still get surprised.” Around two centuries before Coates, Robert Marsham, a landowner from Norfolk in the east of England, began recording the life cycles of plants and animals on his estate — when the first wood anemones flowered, the dates on which the oaks burst into leaf and the rooks began nesting. Successive Marshams continued compiling these notes for 211 years.


B Today, such records are being put to uses that their authors could not possibly have expected. These data sets, and others like them, are proving invaluable to ecologists interested in the timing of biological events, or phenology. By combining the records with climate data, researchers can reveal how, for example, changes in temperature affect the arrival of spring, allowing ecologists to make improved predictions about the impact of climate change. A small band of researchers is combing through hundreds of years of records taken by thousands of amateur naturalists. And more systematic projects have also started up, producing an overwhelming response. “The amount of interest is almost frightening,” says Sparks, a climate researcher at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology in Monks Wood, Cambridgeshire.


C Sparks first became aware of the army of “closet phenologists”, as he describes them, when a retiring colleague gave him the Marsham records. He now spends much of his time following leads from one historical data set to another. As news of his quest spreads, people tip him off to other historical records, and more amateur phenologists come out of their closets. The British devotion to recording and collecting makes his job easier — one man from Kent sent him 30 years’ worth of kitchen cal

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