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IELTS READING PRACTICE TEST PASSAGE 2 : Smell and Memory

IELTS READING PRACTICE TEST PASSAGE 2 : Smell and Memory

Smell and Memory Smells like yesterday Why does the scent of a fragrance or the mustiness of an old trunk trigger such powerful memories of childhood? New research has the answer, writes Alexandra Witze. A. You probably pay more attention to a newspaper with your eyes than with your nose. But lift the paper to your nostrils and inhale. The smell of newsprint might carry you back to your childhood, when your parents perused the paper on Sunday mornings. Or…

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IELTS READING PRACTICE TEST PASSAGE 2 : Water Filter

IELTS READING PRACTICE TEST PASSAGE 2 : Water Filter

Water Filter A. An ingenious invention is set to bring clean water to the third world, and while the science may be cutting edge, the materials are extremely down to earth. A handful of clay, yesterday‘s coffee grounds and some cow manure are the ingredients that could bring clean, safe drinking water to much of the third world. B. The simple new technology, developed by ANU materials scientist Mr. Tony Flynn, allows water filters to be made from commonly available…

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