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CAMBRIDGE IELTS 5 READING – TEST 4 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 5 READING – TEST 4 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 5 – TEST 4 – PASSAGE 1 Questions 1 – 3:   Choose the correct heading =>ANSWER:      1. iii v ii   Explanation: i) The expansion of international tourism in recent years Keywords: expansion, international tourism At the beginning of paragraph 1, Section A, the writer says: “The market for tourism in remote areas is blooming as never before”. The writer only refers to the expansion of tourism in remote areas, not to international tourism. => Incorrect  …

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CAMBRIDGE IELTS 5 READING – TEST 3 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 5 READING – TEST 3 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 5 – TEST 3 – PASSAGE 1   Questions 1-4:   Which paragraph contains the following information: Details of the range of family types involved in an education programme Keywords: details, family types, education programme In paragraph 6 in  Section D, the writer describes  in  detail  some types of  families, based on  their typical  socio-economic  status  and  age  characteristics:  “The four-year  pilot  study  included  380 families who were about to have their first child and who  represented a cross-section…

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CAMBRIDGE IELTS 5 READING – TEST 2 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 5 READING – TEST 2 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 5 – TEST 2 – PASSAGE 1   Questions 1-3:  Choose ONE WORD only from the passage for each answer.   Some  plastics  behave  in  a  similar  way  to….in  that  they  melt  under  heat  and  can  be  moulded  into  new forms. Keywords: similar, melt, moulded In  paragraph  2,  the  writer  says  that:  “Some  are  „thermoplastic‟,  which  means  that,  like  candlewax,  they melt when heated and can be reshaped”. This means that some plastics,such as thermoplastics, have similar  characteristics …

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CAMBRIDGE IELTS 5 READING – TEST 1 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 5 READING – TEST 1 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 5 – TEST 1 – PASSAGE 1 Questions 1-3 Key: D E G Explanation: A . It avoided all “scholarly” words Keywords : avoided, scholarly words In paragraph 2, „scholarly words‟ are mentioned in relation to Cawdray‟s dictionary of 1604. In paragraph 6, we are told that Johnson „had to draw on the best of all previous dictionaries. These obviously included Cawdray’s dictionary, which “tended to concentrate on scholarly words”, so it is unlikely that Johnson‟s dictionary would…

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