2022年12月10日雅思考试回顾

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摘要:雅思口语

2022年12月10日雅思考试口语回顾

Part1题目汇总

Study/WorkAccommodation
HometownSinging
GeographySocial Media
PuzzlesCooking
WeatherBirthday
NamesPublic transportation
SnacksMorning time
TechnologyWriting
TalentsWatch
ReadingAdvertisement
Doing sportSitting down
Meeting placesOld buildings
ComputersCollecting things
Evening timeBoring things

Part2 题目汇总

人物类:

Describe a person who likes to dress fashionably.

Describe a person you know who loves to grow plants.

Describe a person you know who is from a different culture.

Describe a friend from childhood.

Describe a family member you want to work with.

Describe a popular person you know.

Describe an interesting neighbor.

Describe a friend you like to talk with.

地点类:

Describe a popular place for sports that you’ve been to.

Describe the home of someone you know well and often visit.

Describe a place in your country that you would like to recommend to visitors/tourists.

Describe an important river/lake in your country.

Describe a quiet place.

Describe a city you would recommend as a nice place to live (not your hometown).

物品类:

Describe a program you like to watch.

Describe a photo you took that you are proud of.

Describe an object that you think is beautiful.

Describe a story or novel you have heard about that you found nteresting.

Describe a movie you watched recently and would like to watch again.

Describe an important thing you learned (not at school or college).

Describe an invention that changed the world in a good way.

Describe a positive change you made in your life.

Describe a traditional product.

Describe something you do to keep you fit and healthy.

Describe something you do that can help you concentrate on study/work.

事件类:

Describe a problem you had while shopping online or in a store.

Describe a time when you made a decision to wait for something.

Describe a time when you forgot/missed an appointment.

Describe a time you shared something with others.

Describe an outdoor activity you did in a new place recently.

Describe a disagreement you had with someone.

Describe a time when you saw a lot of plastic wastes.

Describe an impressive English lesson you had and enjoyed.

Describe a time when you needed to search for information.

Describe a time when you received money as a gift.

Describe a time when you over came difficulties in doing something and succeeded.

Describe a time you were very busy.

Describe a time you helped a child.

Describe a competition you want to participate in.

Describe a special day out that did not cost you too much.

Describe an occasion that you lost a thing.

Describe a time you celebrated an important event.

Describe a time when someone gave you positive advice on your study/work.

Describe something that surprised you.

Describe a time you were stuck in a traffic jam.

Describe a time you used your cellphone to do something important.

朗阁讲师点评

Part1:

*部分整体难度不大,必考题如work or study /accommodation /hometown一定要好好准备。在回答时注意先给出直接回应,再加入适当拓展,拓展可以从细节补充或举例的角度入手。整个答案控制在3-5句话即可。

Part2:

第二部分数量较多,对于考生而言,备考压力较大。因此在备考时注意串题:对自己的素材进行整合,合并话题,可以减少准备素材的负担,但同时也要注意话题合并的合理性,切记生搬硬套,不然可能会被*判为偏题。

考试建议

在考前一定要熟悉近期考察的重点话题,准备好相应的素材;除了素材的准备以外,更重要的是“开口”:自己在家练习可以模拟考试的场景进行,计时1分钟写下关键词,然后根据关键词进行拓展,祝大家取得满意的成绩。

2022年12月10日雅思考试听力回顾

场景话题:

Pl 新西兰旅游 / P2 水族馆介绍 / P3 交通类交流 / P4 新西兰时尚

题型:P1填空题/ P2 单选题+地图 P3 多选题+匹配题/ P4 填空题

朗阁讲师点评

本次考试难度中等偏难。P1、P4常规主观题考察,整个P2+P3都是客观题。

另外,本场考试,虽然填空词总体的难度不算大,基本没有冷门生词,且在Part1中启用旧题库里的题型,有出现例子,但是多数考生回忆整体语速较快,理解吃力;P1的词汇注重基本功的考察,类似数字和听写拼写,考生备考时应该多少有涉及;P2和P3都是新题,本考季中比较新颖;P4出题点词汇比较中规中矩,但是语法细节照顾得不够好的话肯定会丢分。20道填空题中陷阱出现比较频繁,考生做题时务必留心细节,尽量不要在本可以答对的题型上留下遗憾。

本场考试填空题出现在P1、P4。其中部分答案(仅供参考)如下:

Part 1

主题提示: 一名男士向女性咨询北新西兰的旅游信息

  1. group

  2. 13

  3. November

  4. liberty

  5. Adventure

  6. visa

  7. mountain

  8. whales

  9. airport

  10. End

Part 4:

31.gold

32.water

33.frozen

34.climate

35. university

36. cave

37. agriculture

38. iron

39. women

40. silk

本场听力考试,难度在本考季中可以算上天花板,填空题和选择题依然是考察的重点。大家在复习时,多注重单词的拼写与单复数问题;选择题多注意一下信号词的听取和分析。

另外,近期P1+P4已经连续以填空题为主要考察放心,接下来的复习中,要多关注一下词汇积累练习,尤其可以主攻练习已有剑桥的P4替换出题思路。

地图近期考试频率非常高,本场次就出现了,虽然是本月份*次出现,但是仍然可以说这类题型是本考季以来的大热门,要好好准备。年底前或接下来几个月要考试的同学,可以多注意地图的训练,具体参照剑桥真题8test4、真题16的test1、真题9的test2的地图题来进行练习。

本场考试题型,整体搭配都是常见题型,出现的位置也比较*守。只要把题型练好,熟悉基本逻辑,就能应对考场所有题目。

填空题和选择题的比例为20:20。

填空题方面,此次答案词略难,且易错,绝不能掉以轻心。请大家一定要加强核心词汇的背诵,一定要在认知的基础上加上“能听”、“会拼”。

注意:*终检查时,填空方面要尤其注意单词格式、拼写以及单复数等,不确定的可以自己结合篇章内容、语法逻辑以及发音判断。

S2,S3方面,还是要加强对选择题及地图题的练习,把握定位,*替换词,明辨陷阱选项。

替换词:本场考试需注意一些常规同义替换和词组搭配。注意配对题带来的审题压力。考生们如果遇到选项较长的选择题,审题时需要对选项进行简化,“去同求异”,抓住选项之间的差别。

参考剑桥练习:剑15Test1 Section2;剑12Test2 Section2;剑10Test3 Section3;剑13Test1 Section4。

考试建议

  1. 场景方面:场景方面依旧是主流场景(租房咨询、展览、课程讨论、学科讲座),在接下来的考试中,考生还应将重点放在S1咨询,租房,面试 S2旅游,活动及公共场所设施介绍,S3课程讨论及论文写作,S4各类*讲座。

  2. 题型:下次考试题型的预测:P1,P4填空为主;P2,P3选择题为主,同时关注P1的客观题细节。

  3. 机经:如需参考机经,以2016-2021年机经为主。建议机经复习以熟悉词汇为主,*曾经考察过的单词自己都能辨音并正确拼写。

2022年12月10日雅思考试阅读回顾

P1 深海生物探索

P2 专注力

P3 考古

朗阁讲师点评

本场考试的难度中等。

2. 整体分析:涉及生物类(P1)、社科类(P2)、人文历史类(P3)。

本场考试根据考生的反馈比较常规,但是第三篇较难,和文章专业性有关,很多考生看到考古类的话题有点懵,但是搭配的题型是较简单的填空+判断,因此,考生们不要因为阅读话题不熟悉而产生畏难情绪;另外,备考时要多注意积累阅读各个话题下的词汇。从题型上来看,*篇是填空+判断,*容易出现在P1的题型组合,难度较小,填空题注意定位准确;判断题注意区分NOT GIVEN和FALSE即可;P2出现了配对+填空,配对题也是比较容易在P2出现的题型,其中的人名理论配对相对好拿分,要争取抓住。*后,建议考生在做阅读的时候,先浏览三篇阅读的题型分布、内容背景,预判一下难度等级的优先次序,争取简单文章*做完,给较难的文章预留时间。

3. 部分答案及参考文章:

Passage 1:深海生物探索

题型:判断+填空

Passage 2:专注力

题型:段落细节配对+人名理论配对+填空

相关参考文章:

How Well Do We Concentrate?

A Do you read while listening to music? Do you like to watch TV while finishing your homework? People who have these kinds of habits are called multi-taskers. Multitaskers are able to complete two tasks at the same time by dividing their focus. However, Thomas Lehman, a researcher in Psychology, believes people never really do multiple things simultaneously. Maybe a person is reading while listening to music, but in reality, the brain can only focus on one task. Readingthe words in a book will cause you to ignore some of the words of the music. When people think they are accomplishing two different tasks efficiently, what they are really doing is dividing their focus. While listening to music, people become less able to focus on their surroundings. For example, we all have experience of times when we talk with friends and they are not responding properly. Maybe they are listening to someone else talk, or maybe they are reading a text on their smart phone and don’t hear what you are saying. Lehman called this phenomenon “email voice”

B The world has been changed by computers and its spin offs like smart-phones or cellphones. Now that most individuals have a personal device, like a smart-phone or a laptop, they are frequently reading, watching or listening to virtual information. This raises the occurrence of multitasking in our day to day life. Now when you work, you work with your typewriter, your cellphone, and some colleagues who may drop by at any time to speak with you. In professional meetings, when one normally focuses and listens to one another, people are more likely to have a cell phone in their lap, reading or communicating silently with more people than ever, liven inventions such as the cordless phone has increased multitasking. In the old days, a traditional wall phone would ring, and then the housewife would have to stop her activities to answer it. When it rang, the housewife will sit down with her legs up. and chat, with no laundry or sweeping or answering the door. In the modern era, our technology is convenient enough to not interrupt our daily tasks.

C Earl Miller, an expert at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, studied the prefrontal cortex, which controls the brain while a person is multitasking. According to his studies, the size of this cortex varies between species, He found that for humans, the size of this part constitutes one third of the brain, while it is only 4 to 5 percent in dogs, and about 15% in monkeys. Given that this cortex is larger on a human, it allows a human to be more flexible and accurate in his or her multitasking.. However, Miller wanted to look further into whether thecortex was truly processing information about two different tasks

simultaneously. He designed an experiment where he presents visual stimulants to his subjects in a wax that mimics multi-tasking. Miller then attached sensors to the patients ” heads to pick up the electric patterns of the brain. This sensor would show if ” the brain particles, called neurons, were truly processing two different tasks. What he found is that the brain neurons only lit up in singular areas one at a time, and never simultaneously.

D Davis Meyer, a professor of University of Michigan, studied the young adults in a similar experiment. He instructed them to simultaneously do math problems and classify simple words into different categories. For this experiment. Meyer found that when you think you are doing several jobs at the same time, you are actually switching between jobs. Even though the people tried to do the tasks at the same time, and both tasks were eventually accomplished, overall, the task look more time than if the person focused on a single task one at a time.

E People sacrifice efficiency when multitasking, Gloria Mark set office workers as his subjects. He found that they were constantly multitasking. He observed that nearly every 11 minutes people at work were disrupted. He found that doing different jobs at the same time may actually save time. However, despite the fact that they are faster, it does not mean they are more efficient. And we are equally likely to self-interrupt as be interrupted by outside sources. He found that in office nearly every 12 minutes an employee would stop and with no reason at all, cheek a website on their computer, call someone or write an email. If they concentrated for more than 20 minutes, they would feel distressed. He suggested that the average person may suffer from a short concentration span. This short attention span might be natural, but others suggest that new technology may be the problem. With cellphones and computers at our sides at all times, people will never run out of distractions. The format of media, such as advertisements, music, news articles and TV showsare also shortening, so people are used to paying attention to information for a very short time

F So even though focusing on one single task is the most efficient way for our brains to work, it is not practical to use this method in real life. According to human nature, people feel more comfortable and efficient in environments with a variety of tasks, Edward Hallowell said that people are losing a lot of efficiency in the workplace due to multitasking, outside distractions and self-distractions. As it matter of fact, the changes made to the workplace do not have to be dramatic. No one is suggesting we ban e-mail or make employees focus on only one task. However, certain common workplace tasks, such as group meetings, would be more efficient if we banned cell-phones, a common distraction. A person can also apply these tips to prevent self-distraction. Instead of arriving to your office and checking all of your e-mails for new tasks, a common workplace ritual, a person could dedicate an hour to a single task first thing in the morning. Self-timing is a great way to reduce distraction and efficiently finish tasks one by one, instead of slowing ourselves down with multi-tasking.

参考答案:

14.B

15.E

16.F

17.C

18.D

19.B

20.D

21.A

22.E

23.E

24.email voice

25.prefrontal cortex

26.group meetings

Passage 3:考古

题型:单选+判断

考试建议

  1. 从已知信息来看,本场考试的趋势还是延续之前的情况,没有大的变化,阅读速度依旧是影响考生得分的关键,考生平时复习时注意多积累一些太空类、商业类专业词汇,*自己的阅读速度和效率。下场考试,考生们还是注意首篇出现填空+判断的篇章。第二篇注意出现配对题相关的搭配。课下练习注意时间分配合理,熟练掌握各个题型和篇章搭配类型的定位方法;另外,同时,下场考试注意List of Headings题型可能会出现,重点注意常见段落结构如何区分主次信息,抽象选项和原文信息如何识别出对应点。

  2. 参考剑桥练习:剑13 Test4 Passage 1;剑9 Test1 Passage 2;剑9 Test 2 Passage 2;剑13 Test2 Passage 3;剑14 Test2 Passage3

2022年12月10日雅思考试写作回顾

小作文: table

大作文:Museums and art galleries should concentrate on works that show the history and culture of their own country rather than showing works of art from different parts of the world. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

朗阁讲师点评

  1. 本次考试整体难度中等

  2. 整体分析

Task 1:动态table

参考图表:

The table below shows the UK family spending on main categories from 1978 to 2003.


1988199319982003
Living36%37%38%40%
Food &Drink25%20%20%17%
Fuel10%12%13%13%
Clothing8%7%8%10%
Leisure7%12%14%15%

常规考题,重点关注数据对比及变化趋势的相关表达:

experience a substantial growth...

rise significantly from... to...

on the contrary

a decrease is recorded in..

...experienced the slightest drop

accounted for the largest proportion

the change in....were more noticeable..

....declined most remarkably...

the figure for...

Task 2 :博物馆,文化类话题

Museums and art galleries should concentrate on works that show the history and culture of their own country rather than showing works of art from different parts of the world. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

题目翻译:博物馆和美术馆应该聚焦在展现本地的文化和历史,而不是其他地区的文化和历史。在多大程度上同意或不同意这个观点?

本次考试的话题也是属于大作文中相对高频的博物馆相关话题,在选取角度的时候考生可以选择部分同意题目中的观点,采用让步的写法来讨论双方。也可以选择完全同意或者不同意。思考角度:

如果专注于当地展品,可以从文化*护,场地范围,资金预算等方面来写;如果不仅仅专注于当地的,也包含其他地区的,可以从全球化,国家之间的文化交流,国外展品对人们的吸引力的角度来阐述

相关词汇:

exhibit展品

preservation *护,*养,维护

artefact/artifact手工艺品,人工制品

collection收藏品

showcase展览;展示柜

exotic有异国情调的

cultural relics文物

aesthetic审美的

complement补充,增补

treasury珍宝

antique古董

objects of historical and cultural value具有历史和文化价值的物品

考试建议

  1. 小作文:重点关注饼图、线图,适当关注流程图及地图题;

  2. 大作文:重点关注科技、教育,社会类话题;

3.重点浏览近两年写作机经,可借助《*范文书》第8版经典旧题来复习。


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