Reading Test Day 9

Reading Test Day 9

Paragraph 1 Otter A Otters have long, thin bodies and short legs – ideal for pushing through dense undergrowth or hunting in tunnels. An adult male may be up to 4 feet long and 30lbs. Females are smaller typically. The Eurasian otter’s nose is about the smallest among the otter species and has a characteristic shape described as a shallow […]

Reading Test Day 8

Reading Test Day 8

Paragraph 1 New Agriculture in Oregon, US A Onion growers in eastern Oregon are adopting a system that saves water and keeps topsoil in place while producing the highest quality “super-colossal” onions. Pear growers in southern Oregon have reduced their use of some of the most toxic pesticides by up to two-thirds, and are still producing top-quality pear. Range managers […]

Reading Test Day 7

Reading Test Day 7

Paragraph 1 Rainwater Harvesting For two years southern Sri Lanka suffered a prolonged drought, described by locals as “the worst in 50 years”. Some areas didn’t see a successful crop for four or five consecutive seasons. Livestock died, water in wells dropped to dangerously low levels, children were increasingly malnourished and school attendance has fallen. An estimated 1.6 million people […]

Reading Test Day 6

Reading Test Day 6

Passage 1 World Ecotourism in the developing courtiers A The Ecotourism Society defines ecotourism as “a responsible travel to natural areas which conserves the environment and improves the welfare of local people”. It is recognised as being particularly conducive to enriching and enhancing the standing of tourism, on the basis that this form of tourism respects the natural heritage and […]

Reading Test Day 5

Reading Test Day 5

Paragraph 1 Voyage of Going: beyond the blue line 2 A One feels a certain sympathy for Captain James Cook on the day in 1778 that he “discovered” Hawaii. Then on his third expedition to the Pacific, the British navigator had explored scores of islands across the breadth of the sea, form lush New Zealand to the lonely wastes of Easter […]

Reading Test Day 4

Reading Test Day 4

Passage 1 Bondi Beach A Bondi Beach, Australia’s most famous beach, is located in the suburb of Bondi, in the Local Government Area of Waverley, seven kilometers from the centre of Sydney. “Bondi” or “Boondi” is an Aboriginal word meaning water breaking over rocks or the sound of breaking waves. The Australian Museum records that Bondi means a place where […]

Reading Test Day 3

Reading Test Day 3

Paragraph 1 The Cacao: a Sweet History A Chapter 1 Most people today think of chocolate as something sweet to eat or drink than can be easily found in stores around the world. It might surprise you that chocolate was once highly treasured. The tasty secret of the cacao (Kah Kow) tree was discovered 2,000 years ago in the tropical rainforests […]

Reading Test Day 2

Reading Test Day 2

Passage 1 Questions 1-7 Do the following statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage 1?In boxes 1-7 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 1   The building where the exhibition […]

Writing Test Day 1

IELTS Writing Task 1: You should spend around 20 minutes on Writing task 1. The table below shows the Proportions of People Attending Four Secondary School Types Between Between the year 2000 and 2009.You need to summarize the information given by selecting and reporting the major features and make sure to compare where relevant. Write at least 150 words. IELTS […]

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