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Reading Passage 1 has nine sections, A-l.
Which section contains the following information?
Write the correct letter, A-l, in boxes 1-6 on your answer sheet.
6. The estimated proportion of children in New Zealand with auditory problems
The Impact of Hearing Loss on Young Children
A. Hearing impairment or other auditory function deficit in young children can have a major impact on their development of speech and communication, resulting in a detrimental effect on their ability to lean at school. This is likely to have major consequences for the individual and the population as a whole. The New Zealand Ministry of Health has found from research carried out over two decades that 6-10% of children in that country are affected by hearing loss.
Do the following statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage 1?
In boxes 8-J3 on your answer sheet, write
TRUE：If the statement agrees with the information
FALSE：If the statement contradicts the information
NOT GIVEN：If there is no information on this
12. Johnson only received payment for his Dictionary on its completion.
Johnson signed the contract for the Dictionary with the bookseller Robert Dosley at a breakfast held at the Golden Anchor Inn near Holborn Bar on 18 June 1764. He was to be paid? 1,575 in instalments, and from this he took money to rent 17 Gough Square, in which he set up his 'dictionary workshop'. James Boswell, his biographer, described the garret where Johnson worked as 'fitted up like a counting house' with a long desk running down the middle at which the copying clerks would work standing up.
Reading Passage 3 has eight paragraphs A-H.
Which paragraph contains the following information?
Write the correct letter, A-H, in boxes 27-29 on your answer sheet.
27. Mention of a geo-engineering project based on an earlier natural phenomenon
D.The concept of releasing aerosol sprays into the stratosphere above the Arctic has been proposed by several scientists. This would involve using sculpture or hydrogen supplied aerosols so that sculpture dioxide would form clouds, which would, in turn, lead to a global dimming. The idea is modelled on historic volcanic explosions, such as that of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines in 1991, which led to a short-term cooling of global temperatures by 0.5℃.Scientists have also scrutinized whether it's possible to preserve the ice sheets of Greenland with reinforced high-tension cables, preventing icebergs from moving into the sea.
原文出现时间的地方描述historic volcanic explosions, such as that of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines，such as举例子，historic volcanic explosions对应natural phenomenon，因此选D.
四、雅思阅读隐性定位词中Refer to as= proper nouns.
当我们遇到像refer to as，这种表示要解释一个现象，一个单词意思的隐性信号词的时候。在选看选项的时候可以优先看那些专有名词的选项，换句话说就是选项有某个单词不熟悉，然后出现频率高的名词。通过下面的例子，我们可以看出：
Complete the sentences.
Choose NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS from the passage for each answer.
Write your answers in boxes 34-40 on your answer sheet.
35. Plants which do not respond to light levels are referred to as.
For example, some species of birds' breeding can be induced even in midwinter simply by increasing day length artificially (Wolfson 1964). Other examples of photoperiodic occur in plants. A short-day plant flowers when the day is less than a certain critical length. A long-day plant flowers after a certain critical day length is exceeded. In both cases the critical day length differs from species to species. Plants which flower after a period of vegetative growth, regardless of photoperiod, are known as day-neutral plants.
回原文寻读，找到day-neutral plants是以斜体形式出现，且前面有限定are known as，可以确定是专有名词，do not respond to light levels对应regardless of photoperiod，所以填day-neutral plants.