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True False Not Given type of questions are perhaps the most tricky questions in ILETS reading. Apologize, it’s not ILETS reading but...
17 Aug 2018
Complete the notes below. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
The applicant wants to apply for a visa to Australia (Example)
|Address:||106 2 , Hawaii.|
Choose the correct letter, A, B, or C.
According to the applicant, who lives in Australia?
+ His uncle died, so B is incorrect.
+ Option A is incorrect because it is his wife’s cousin, not his cousin.
So C is the correct answer.
The applicant wants to visit Australia because he wants to_.
+ The applicant says that his trip to Australia is mainly because he wants to looking for business opportunities. So B must be the correct answer.
+ A is incorrect as it can be inferred from the applicant’s answer that he also would like to go sightseeing but it is not the main purpose of his trip.
+ C is incorrect because the applicant says that he has no intention to work in Australia.
The applicant can have a visa for_.
+ 6 months is for “business visa”. This can be inferred as the correct answer because the applicant wants to go to Australia for business purpose.
+ 12 months is for the visa of the applicant’s wife.
+ 30 days is for a standard tourist visa.
So A should be the answer for this question.
Complete the sentences below.
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
The applicant must go to the visa office between
What two things must the applicant take to the visa office?
V = Visa officer; A = Applicant
V: Good morning, visa office. How can I help you?
A: Good morning. I’d like to apply for a visa to Australia , please.
V: Certainly, sir. I’ll just get a form and then I’ll need to take some details down. OK. Here we go. Right, can I have your name, please?
A: Yes, it’s O . Kelly Okamura.
V: And how do you spell that, please?
A: K, E, double L.„
V: No, your family name, please.
A: Oh, sorry. It’s O-K-A-M-U-R-A.
V: O-K-A-M-U-R-A. And your address?
A: Apartment 106 Kingston. Kingstone Street. Hawaii.
V: Kingstone Street. Hawaii?
A: Yes, that’s correct.
V: So you’re an American ?
A: Actually, I was born in Japan, but moved to Hawaii six years ago.
V: And can I have your age please, Mr. Okamura?
A: I’m 32.
V: And are you married?
A: Yes. I am. My wife’s C .
V: And will your wife accompany you to Australia?
A: Yes, she will. In fact that’s the reason we want, to go. Her sister lives in Sydney.
V: Do you have any relatives living in Australia?
A: I used to have an uncle, but he died several years ago. Now there’s only my and my wife’s cousin.
V: So the purpose of your trip is to visit your wife’s relatives . Am I correct?
A: Well, not exactly. Mainly because I have my own trading company and I will be looking for business . Although I do want to do some traveling as well. You know, see some of the sights, that sort of thing. Although 1 don’t intend to work in Australia.
V: And your wife? What will she be doing?
A: She’ll be studying English. She wants a student visa .
V: And how long do you plan to stay?
A: About one year, I guess.
V: Well, I’m afraid a standard tourist visa is only valid for 30 days , although in your case we can issue you with a business visa. Business visas last for . But you will be able to renew it. We can give your wife a twelve-month visa though.
A: Six months is OK. So what do I need to do now?
V: Come along to the office any time during weekdays. But it must be office hours. We close at 5:30. And bring along two passport size photos and your of course. Your wife will also need two photos. So that’s four passport size photos in total.
A: OK. Thank you for your help. Bye.