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Master IELTS General Training Volume 1

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Reading Practice Test 2

正确答案:

  • 1 F
  • 2 A,B
  • 3 C
  • 4 A
  • 5 133
  • 6 146
  • 7 104
  • 8 103
  • 9 144
  • 10 156
  • 11 work experiences
  • 12 answers to questions
  • 13 the interviewer's
  • 14 (your) personal qualities
  • 15 (a) (single) bedroom
  • 16 breakfast (and) evening meal
  • 17 experiencing the culture/making local friends/opportunities for language practice
  • 18 (en-suite) shower facilities
  • 19 (other) workers
  • 20 (a) (fully-equipped) kitchen
  • 21 A
  • 22 D
  • 23 A
  • 24 A
  • 25 B
  • 26 C
  • 27 D
  • 28 TRUE
  • 29 FALSE
  • 30 NOT GIVEN
  • 31 qualities
  • 32 10/ten
  • 33 (particular) achievements
  • 34 personal interests
  • 35 D
  • 36 H
  • 37 J
  • 38 A
  • 39 C
  • 40 K

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详细试卷答案解析:

Section 1: Questions 1-14

Questions 1-4

Look at the six job advertisements A-F

Write the correct letter, A-F, in boxes 1-4 on your answer sheet.

NB You may use any letter more than once

Which person wants a teaching job?

1

Which two people mention their foreign language skills? (Example: A,B)

2

Who would be willing to do part-time work?

3

Which person describe their personal qualities?

4

  • 1 Answer: F
  • Keywords in Questions

    Similar words in Passage

    Q1: Which person wants a teaching job?

    Science and Maths lessons given. Experienced tutor, specialising in helping secondary school students with their state exams.

    Note:

    As we can see in paragraph F, Science and Maths lessons, tutor, students, and exams are keywords related to the teaching job. Therefore, the answer for Q1 is F.

  • 2 Answer: A,B
  • Keywords in Questions

    Similar words in Passage

    Q2: Which two people mention their foreign language skills?

    A.  I have lived in Berlin for more than 7 years; my English and Spanish are very good.

    B. Bilingual in English and French.

    Note:

    As we can see in paragraph A, “English and Spanish are very good” and in paragraph B, “bilingual in English and French”, we can conclude that the answer for Q2 is A, B.

  • 3 Answer: C
  • Keywords in Questions

    Similar words in Passage

    Q3: Who would be willing to do part-time work?

    Indian web publisher seeks work: Website design, desktop publishing, book layout, graphic design. Part time or contract. Experienced, skilled, reliable.

    Note:

    After skimming, we can easily see that the person in advertisement C wants to work part-time. Therefore, the answer for Q3 is C.

  • 4 Answer: A
  • Keywords in Questions

    Similar words in Passage

    Q4: Which person describe their personal qualities?

    A. If you need a loving, caring, responsible person to look after your children and teach them English, please contact me by email or by phone.

    Note:

    As we can see in paragraph A, “loving, caring, responsible” are adjectives describing personal qualities. Therefore, the answer for Q4 is A.

Questions 5-10

Answer the questions below.

Write the correct telephone numbers in boxes 5-10 on your answer sheet.

NB You may use any number more than once.

What number should you dial if ...

you don't know where to buy something you need?

5

you suddenly feel very ill?

6

you are having problems getting used to being in another country?

7

you don't understand the procedure for finding a place to stay?

8

you want to do some exercise?

9

you don't know if your salary is right?

10

  • 5 Answer: 133
  • Keywords in Questions

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    Q5: What number should you dial if you don't know where to buy something you need?

    133 – Everyday living

    Washing your clothes, where to eat, shopping, opening hours, keeping your room clean

    Note:

    As we can easily see, number 133 is the number to dial if you need information about shopping, therefore, the answer for Q5 is 133.

  • 6 Answer: 146
  • Keywords in Questions

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    Q6: What number should you dial if you suddenly feel very ill?

    146 - Health

    Accidents and emergencies, check-ups, dentist, depression and mental health

    Note:

    As we can easily see, number 146 is the number to dial if there are accidents and emergencies. We should notice “suddenly feel very ill” is similar to “emergencies”. Therefore, the answer for Q6 is 146.

  • 7 Answer: 104
  • Keywords in Questions

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    Q7: What number should you dial if you are having problems getting used to being in another country?

    104 - Adapting

    Dealing with new people, new places, culture shock, loneliness - a friendly voice to help you with your problems

    Note:

    As we can easily see, number 104 is the number to dial when you need help with dealing with new people, new places, culture shock, and loneliness. We should notice “problems getting used to being in another country” is paraphrased as “dealing with new people, new places, culture shock, and loneliness”. Therefore, the answer for Q7 is 104.

  • 8 Answer: 103
  • Keywords in Questions

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    Q8: What number should you dial if you don't understand the procedure for finding a place to stay?

    103 - Papers, papers, papers

    Problems with bureaucracy e.g. paying bills, booking accommodation, legal advice

    Note:

    As we can easily see, see, number 103 is the number to dial when you need help with bureaucracy, for example booking accommodation. We should notice “booking accommodation” is equivalent to “finding a place to stay”, “bureaucracy” has the same meaning as “procedure”. Therefore, the answer for Q8 is 103.

  • 9 Answer: 144
  • Keywords in Questions

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    Q9: What number should you dial if you want to do some exercise?

    144- Sports

    Gym, football, cycling, mountaineering, racquet sports, swimming, keep-fit

    Note:

    As we can easily see, see, number 144 is the number to dial when you want to do some sports. Therefore, the answer for Q9 is 144.

  • 10 Answer: 156
  • Keywords in Questions

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    Q10: What number should you dial if you don't know if your salary is right?

    156 - Your work

    Problems with your work

    e.g. pay, tax, hours, contracts

    Note:

    As we can easily see, see, number 156 is the number to dial when you have problems with your work. Therefore, the answer for Q10 is 156.

Questions 11-14

Answer the questions below.

Choose NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS from the text for each answer.

Write your answers in boxes 11-14 on your answer sheet.

What personal information are employers particularly interested in?

11

What should you prepare before the interview?

12

Whose needs must you try to understand in the interview?

13

What other personal information will the interviewer want to know about?

14

  • 11 Answer: work experiences
  • Keywords in Questions

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    Q11: What personal information are employers particularly interested in?

    When you go to job interviews you often need to give personal information about yourself, especially your work experiences.

    Note:

    It is mentioned that “when you go to job interviews you often need to give personal information about yourself, especially your work experiences”. Then, we can know that work experiences are what employers particularly interested in. Therefore, the answer for Q11 is work experiences.

  • 12 Answer: answers to questions
  • Keywords in Questions

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    Q12: What should you prepare before the interview?

    before you go to the interview:

    Prepare answers to questions which you think the interviewer may ask you.

    Note:

    It is mentioned that “before you go to the interview, prepare answers to questions which you think the interviewer may ask you”. We should notice the word limit is three. Therefore, the answer for Q12 is answers to questions.

  • 13 Answer: the interviewer's
  • Keywords in Questions

    Similar words in Passage

    Q13: Whose needs must you try to understand in the interview?

    Think about the kind of person the interviewer is looking for. Put yourself in the interviewer's position.

    Note:

    It is mentioned that “think about the kind of person the interviewer is looking for. Put yourself in the interviewer's position”. We should notice “put yourself in one’s position” is equivalent to “try to understand”. Therefore, the answer for Q13 is interviewer’s.

  • 14 Answer: (your) personal qualities
  • Keywords in Questions

    Similar words in Passage

    Q14: What other personal information will the interviewer want to know about?

    The interviewer will also want to find out about your personal qualities. 

    Note:

    It is mentioned that “the interviewer will also want to find out about your personal qualities”. We should notice “find out” is similar to “want to know about”. Therefore, the answer for Q14 is personal qualities.

Section 1

READING PASSAGE 1

Telephone numbers of resident support services

Read the advertisements below and answer Questions 1-4.

A. I am a 25-year-old nanny with 6 years experience in childcare with babies, toddlers and older children. I also worked with newborn babies in a hospital. I have checkable references, a childcare certificate, police check and a First Aid Certificate. I am a driver and non-smoker. I have lived in Berlin for more than 7 years; my English and Spanish are very good.

I am looking for a live-in nanny job in Madrid from November. If you need a loving, caring, responsible person to look after your children and teach them English, please contact me by email or by phone.

B. Australian woman 32yrs, experienced PA, seeks job in Malaysia. Available end May. Bilingual in English and French. Partner: French. Work as a couple possible. Email: ...

C. Indian web publisher seeks work: Website design, desktop publishing, book layout, graphic design. Part time or contract. Experienced, skilled, reliable. Contact: ...

D. I have experience within banking, hotels, local government and manufacturing - all mostly working in administration type roles with vast experience of Microsoft packages, Sage and a range of other bespoke systems.
I look forward to any replies or guidance ...

E. Driving job needed

- Highly skilled driver, over 25
- Have held full clean Class Cl licence for 10 years
- Know London extremely well
- Willing to do physical work such as loading trucks
- Want full time work
- Contact ...

F. Science and Maths lessons given. Experienced tutor, specialising in helping secondary school students with their state exams.
Degree in Physics.
Email ...

Read the text below and answer Questions 5-10.

Telephone numbers of resident support services

 Number to dial

Your work

Problems with your work

e.g. pay, tax, hours, contracts

156

Money worries

Opening a bank account, overdraft, borrowing money, debts, overdue bills

143

Communication

Access to email and other computer platforms, cheap phone cards amd phone lines, using the post office

102

Health

Accidents and emergencies, check-ups, dentist, depresstion and mental health

146

Everyday living

Washing your clothes, where to eat, shopping, opening hours, keeping your room clean

133

Free time, hobbies and interests

Clubs, social activities, volunteering, meeting spots

158

Sports

Gym, football, cycling, mountaineering, racquet sports, swimming, keep-fit

144

Papers, papers, papers

Problems with bureaucracy e.g. paying bills, booking accommodation, legal advice

103

Language support

Translation services and facilities, extra English classes, on-line support

105

Adapting

Dealing with new people, new places, culture shock, loneliness - a friendly voice to help you with your problems

104

Religion

Information on services available, venues

157

Personal tutor

All hostel residents are given a personal tutor who they can 116 talk to about anything concerning them . To find out who yours is and how to contact them, ring .. .

116

Read the text below and answer Questions 11-14.

Giving personal information in job interviews

When you go to job interviews you often need to give personal information about yourself, especially your work experiences, so before you go to the interview:

• Prepare answers to questions which you think the interviewer may ask you.

• Think of examples of your achievements in previous jobs or while at school, and how you have managed any difficult situations.

• Think about your personal strengths and weaknesses, or how you would describe your own personality.

• Make sure that you know the correct English expressions to describe what you have done in the past.

Think about the kind of person the interviewer is looking for. Put yourself in the interviewer's position. Ask yourself why they should choose to employ you, instead of the other people who are applying. The interviewer will also want to find out about your personal qualities. These are some examples of the kind of person the interviewer may want:

• Team player

• Friendly and fun

• Long-term

• Hard-worker

• Good communication skills

• Honest • Business-minded • Flexible

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