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      2023年3月18日雅思聽力機經考題回憶

      2023-03-20

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      小編:環球教育 226
      摘要:2023年3月18日雅思聽力機經考題回憶


      2023318日雅思考試真題機經及參考答案

      2023 3 18日雅思聽力機經考題回憶

      ——來自環球教育北京學校

      Part

      One

      Version

      場景

      題型

      舊題

      對話

      填空

      內容概述:家庭聚會預定

      答案回憶:

      1. work numbers: 55533 and 489724

      2. Date: 27th April

      3. location: Museum Avenue

      4. Maximum 93 persons

      5. cold drinks

      6. main dish: chicken and fish

      7. No nuts

      8. need tablecloth, paper napkins and silverware

      9. need a birthday cake

      10. hotel will offer additional flowers

      (答案僅供參考)

      Part

      Two

      Version

      場景

      題型

      新題

      商店說明

      地圖題

      內容回憶   sportswear

      答案回憶:

      (待回憶)

      Part

      Three

      Version

      場景

      題型

      舊題

      對話

      單選+多選

      內容回憶: 地理實習旅行介紹

      答案回憶:

      21. why do they choose this site?

      B. accessible(easy to access)

      22. What are they going to visit?

      A. harbor

      23. What is the problem during the stage of … ?

      B. cannot differentiate man-made weather from natural ones

      24. What is the most useful help

      C. previous reports

      25-30 多選

      25-26. What are the two mistakes in the research?

      C. did not calculate the scale of the map

      E. did not record when and where

      27-28. What two suggestions for the followers?

      A. properly guide respondents to discuss what they do not agree with

      C. fully explain the purpose

      29-30. What should they have done?

      B. check the notes every night

      E. be more organized

      (答案僅供參考)

      Part

      Four

      Version

      場景

      題型

      學校介紹

      填空

      內容回憶:不同國家的教室建筑材料的不同

      答案回憶:

      31. factory

      32. light

      33. special feature: the window view from the classroom

      34. wood

      35. attitude: flexible

      36. special: social

      37. bass resource and a kitchen

      38. compare it to a village

      39. roof was made of a grass

      40. water was collected and recycled

      (答案僅供參考)

      2023 3 18日雅思聽力機經考題回憶

      ——來自環球教育北京學校

      Passage

      One

      新舊情況

      題材

      題目

      題型

       

      商業

      清潔產品介紹

      細節匹配題+選擇題+人名匹配題

      文章大意:

      介紹關于某清潔產品的發家史

      答案回憶:

      1. F【提及了一個家庭成員幫忙賣產品】

      2. E【提及了員工們合作,因為銷量提高】

      3. C

      4. B【提及了公司的起源】

      5. G

      6. D

      7. A

      選擇題

      8. 希望產品是對環境無害的

      9. 改了產品包裝是希望可以吸引更多的individual customers

      人名匹配題

      10.人名1:C【一個想法的實施需要很多的資源】

      11.人名2:B

      12.人名3(女的):D【提到了公司資金周轉緊張】

      13.人名4(Peter):A【提到了如果推出新產品可能有風險】

      (答案僅供參考)

      參考文章:

      【暫無】

      Passage

      Two

      新舊情況

      題材

      題目

      題型

      心理學

       

      Implication of False Belief Experiments

      段落信息匹配+填空

      文章大意:

      兒童心理學介紹

      匹配題

      14. 專家1:小孩的思維和實際會發生的有明顯區別(選最后一個選項)

      15. 專家2:進行了一個改良的實驗

      16. 專家3:認為小孩的思維發展和聽覺有關

      17. 專家4:認為小孩的思維發展和語言能力有關

      18. 專家5:小孩和大人說話比和同齡人說話要輕松

      19. 專家6:調查了兩個不同文化背景的小孩

      20. 專家7:小孩和兄弟姐妹/朋友聊天的內容和父母不一樣

      填空

      21. theory of mind

      22. chocolate

      23. information【小孩被提供太多的信息】

      24. four【4歲的小孩表現最好】

      25. 待回憶

      26. 待回憶

      (答案僅供參考)

      Passage

      Three

      新舊情況

      題材

      題目

      題型

      社會

      關于味覺的科學


      選詞填空+判斷+選擇

      文章大意:

      味覺的科學


      答案回憶:

      選詞填空

      27. consumption

      28. decay

      29. smell

      30. predators

      31. 待回憶

      32. sense

      判斷題

      33. Yes

      34. NO

      35. NO

      36. NOT GIVEN

      37. NO

      單選題

      38.B【曾經用于學校教學】

      39.C【證明了一個常見的觀點是錯誤的】

      40.文章大意:證明了關于味蕾的科學成果

      (答案僅供參考)

      參考文章:

      Scent of success

      {A} Innovation and entrepreneurship, in the right mix, can bring spectacular results and propel a business ahead of the pack. Across a diverse range of commercial successes, from the Hills Hoist clothesline to the Cochlear ear implant, it is hard to generalize beyond saying the creators tapped into something consumers could not wait to get their hands on. However, most ideas never make it to the market. Some ideas that innovators are spruiking to potential investors include new water-saving showerheads, a keyless locking system, ping-pong balls that keep pollution out of rainwater tanks, making teeth grow from stem cells inserted in the gum, and technology to stop LPG tanks from exploding. Grant Kearney, chief executive of the Innovation Xchange, which connects businesses to innovation networks, says he hears of great business ideas that he knows will never get on the market. ” Ideas by themselves are absolutely useless,” he says. “An idea only becomes innovation when it is connected to the right resources and capabilities.”

      {B} One of Australia’s latest innovation successes stems from a lemon-scented bathroom cleaner called shower power, the formula for which was concocted in a factory in Yatala, Queensland. In 1995, Tom Quinn and John Heron bought a struggling cleaning products business, OzKleen, for bulk. The business was in bad shape, the cleaning formulas were ineffective and environmentally harsh, and there were few regular clients. Now shower Power is claimed to be the top-selling bathroom cleaning product in the country. In the past 12 months, almost four million bottles of OzKleen’s Power products have been sold and the company forecasts 2004 sales of 10 million bottles. The company. sales in 2003 reached $ 11 million, with 700K of business exporting. In the particular shower, power is making big inroads on the British market.

      {C} OzKleen’s turnaround began when Quinn and Heron hired an industrial chemist to revitalize the product line. Market research showed that people were looking for a better cleaner for the bathroom, universally regarded as the hardest room in the home to clean. The company also wanted to make the product formulas more environmentally friendly One of Tom Quinn’s sons, Peter, aged 24 at the time, began working with the chemist on the formulas, looking at the potential for citrus-based cleaning products that dominated the market. “We didn’t want to use chlorine, simple as that,” he says. “It offers bad working conditions and there’s no money in it.” Peter looked at citrus ingredients, such as orange peel, to replace the petroleum by-products in cleaners. He is credited with finding the shower Power formula. “The head,” he says. The company is the recipe is in a vault somewhere and in my sole owner of the intellectual property.

      {D} To begin with, Shower Power was sold only in commercials but Tom Quinn decided to sell it in 750ml bottles after the constant “raves” from customers at their retail store at Beenleigh, near Brisbane. Customers were traveling long distances to buy supplies. Others began writing to OzKleen to say how good Shower Power was. “We did a dummy label and went to see Woolworths,” Tom Quinn says. The Woolworths buyer took a bottle home and was able to remove a stain from her basin that had been impossible to shift. From that point on, she championed the product and OxKleen had its first supermarket order, for a palette of shower Power worth $3000.” We were over the moon” says OzKleen’s financial controller, Belinda McDonnell.

      {E} Shower Power was released in Australian sup[ermarkets in 1997 and became the top-selling product in its category within six months. It was all hands on deck at the factory, labeling and bottling Shower power to keep up with demand. OzKleen ditched all other products and rebuilt the business around Shower Power. This stage, recalls McDonnell was very tough. ” It was hand-to-mouth, cashflow was very difficult,” she says. OxKleen had to pay new-line fees to supermarket chains, Which also squeezed margin.

      {F} OzKleen’s next big break came when the daughter of a Coles Myer executive I used the product while on holidays in Queensland and convinced her father that Shower Power should be in Cole supermarket. Despite the product’s success, Peter Quinn says the company was wary of how long the sales would last and hesitated to spend money on upgrading the manufacturing process. as a result, he remembers long periods of working around the clock to keep up with orders. Small tanks were still being used so batches were small and bottles were labeled and filled manually. The privately-owned OzKleen relied on cash flow to expand. “The equipment could not keep up with demand, “Peter Quinn says. Eventually, a new bottling machine was bought for $50,000 in the hope of streamlining production, but he says: “We got ripped off.” since then he has been developing a new automated bottling machine that can control the amount of foam produced in the liquid so that bottles can be filled more effectively “I love coming up with new ideas.” The machine is being patented.

      {G} Peter Quinn says? OzKleen’s approach to research and development js open slather.”If I need it, I get it. It is about doing something simple that no one else is doing. Most of these things are just sitting in front of people It’s just seeing the opportunities.” With a tried and tested product, OzKleen is expanding overseas and developing more Power-brand household products. tom Quinn, who previously ran a real estate agency, says: “We are competing with the same market all over the world, the (cleaning) products are sold everywhere.” Shower Power, known as Bath Power in Britain, was launched four years ago with the help of an export development grant from the Federal Government. “We wanted to do it straight away because we realized we had the same opportunities worldwide.” OzKleen is already number three in the British market, and the next stop is Frances. The power range includes cleaning products for carpets, kitchens, and pre-wash stain removal. The Quinn and Heron families are still involved. OzKleen has been approached with offers to buy the company, but Tom Quinn says he is happy with things as they are. “We’re having too much fun.”

      Questions 1-7

      IELTSData Reading Passage 114 – Scent of success Passage has six paragraphs A-G which paragraph contains the following information?

      Write the correct letter A-G, in boxes 1-7 on your answer sheet.

      NB You may use any letter more than once.

      Question 1. Description of one family member persuading another of selling cleaning products

      Question 2. An account of the cooperation of all factory staff to cope with the sales increase.

      Question 3 . An account of the creation of the formula of shower Power

      Question 4. An account of buying the original OzKleen company

      Question 5. Description of Shower Power’s international expansion

      Question 6. The reason for changing the packaging size of Shower Power

      Question 7. An example of some innovative ideas.

      Questions 8-11

      Look at the following people and a list of statements below.

      Match each person with the correct letter A-E in boxes 8-11 on your answer sheet.

      Question 8. Grant Kearney

      Question 9. Tom Quinn

      Question 10. Peter Quinn

      Question 11. BelindaMcDonnell

      List of Statement

      [A] Described his story of selling his product to a chain store

      [B] Explained there was a shortage of money when sales suddenly increased

      [C] Believe innovations need support to succeed

      [D] Believes new products like Shower Power may incur risks

      [E] Says business won’t succeed with innovations

      Questions 12-13

      Choose the correct letter A, B, C, or D.

      Write your answers in boxes 12-13 on your answer sheet.

      Question 39. Tom Quinn changed the bottle size to 750ml to make Shower Power

      {A} Easier to package.

      {B} Appealing to individual customers.

      {C} Popular in foreign markets.

      {D} Attractive to supermarkets.

      Question 40. Why did Tom Quinn decide not to sell OzKleen?

      {A} No one wanted to buy OzKleen.

      {B} New products were being developed in OzKleen.

      {C} He couldn’t make an agreement on the price with the buyer.

      {D} He wanted to keep things unchanged.

      Answers

      (1) F

      (2) E

      (3) C

      (4) B

      (5) G

      (6) D

      (7) A

      (8) C

      (9) A

      (10) D

      (11) B

      (12) B

      (13) D

      A類小作文

      圖表類型

      Task 1: Pie charts (靜態圖表)

      作文題目

      The charts show the use of water for agricultural products in 2004 and the value of these products to the economy in Australia in the same year.

      作文圖片

      (圖片僅供參考)

      A類大作文

      作文題目

      Task 2: Some people believe that older schoolchildren should learn a large number of subjects and develop their knowledge,while others believe that they should learn a small number of subjects in detail.

      Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

      題型類別

      題材類別

      教育類

      類似舊題

      2013427

      參考范文

      The controversial issue of whether quantity or quality in education is best suited for university-educated students has led to significant debate over its pros and cons. There are practical advantages on both sides, nonetheless they ought to be thoroughly assessed to determine whether students in college ought to concentrate on an academic specialty or learn a wide range of subjects.

      Initially, students who specialize in a particular field can develop expertise and complete proficiency, which is valuable for certain professions. Moreover, when students have an excellent grasp of one or a few subjects, they will be able to make more meaningful contributions to that field in the future. These innovations are what drive societal and technological advancement, generally resulting from acquiring heaps of knowledge in specific domains and being able to thoroughly comprehend and apply the information learned.

      On the contrary, partaking in a variety of different subjects would enable students to become well-rounded, allowing them to understand various aspects of life and society. As the proverb goes, “Variety is the spice of life,” and by being exposed to a broad array of subjects, excitement and satisfaction could be added to their academic lives. Through being educated in a range of topics, it provides students with the opportunity to access novel ideas and concepts, giving them greater selection regarding career prospects, and allowing them to become a jack of all trades.

      In my view, not all students are created equal and they have various learning capacities and methods that differ from their peers. Moreover, certain individuals may be capable of undertaking a heavier workload in a variety of fields whereas some students need to focus all their energy on a particular subject. Consequently, educating students from a broad-based approach or focusing on a few areas of study would heavily depend on their individual ability to learn new concepts, career requirements and aspirations for the future.

      In total : 315 words

      范文由環球教育加拿大國籍外教 Khalid Hasmath 老師本人執筆創作,僅供學術交流。


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