B one covered in chocolate C one filled with cream IELTS ACTUAL TESTS READING

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B one covered in chocolate. C one filled with cream.
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IELTS ACTUAL TESTS – READING & LISTENING ACADEMIC MODULE IELTSMATERIAL.COM 52 18 The hands-on activity allows people to A make some biscuits. B taste some of the biscuits. C pack a biscuit tin. Questions 19 and 20 Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer. 19 The gift shop is located beside the ______ on the ground floor. 20 Free______ are available for visitors’ belongings. SECTION 3 Questions 21—24 Pacific tapa cloth 21 Pacific tapa cloth is different from other types of tapa cloth because it is A the only tapa made today. B better quality than others. C put to a wider range of uses. 22 What does Helen say about the paper mulberry tree? A It is also a source of food. B It is not native to the Pacific. C It can grow in any environment. 23 Why did Maori people of New Zealand stop making tapa?
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IELTS ACTUAL TESTS – READING & LISTENING ACADEMIC MODULE IELTSMATERIAL.COM 53 A They could not find the right trees in New Zealand. B They were introduced to other fabrics by the Europeans. C They found a better material for making fabric. 24 Large pieces of tapa are made from smaller pieces which are A stuck together. B woven together. C sewn together. Questions 25—30 According to the speakers, what function has tapa cloth played in the following countries? Functions A recreational B practical C spiritual D commercial Countries 25 Samoa 26 Tonga 27 Cook Islands 28 Fiji
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IELTS ACTUAL TESTS – READING & LISTENING ACADEMIC MODULE IELTSMATERIAL.COM 54 29 Tahiti 30 Tikopia SECTION 4 Question 31 and 32 31 Participants in the learner Persistence study were all drawn from the same A age group. B geographical area. C socio-economic level. 32 The study showed that when starting their course, older students were most concerned about A effects on their home life. B implications for their future career. C financial constraints. Questions 33—37 Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer. Research findingsSocial and Environmental Factors Other Factors Personal Characteristics First level of importance Effective support Perceived success in study Enjoyment of a 33_______ Second level of Positive experiences at Good Many 36_______ importance 34________ 35________
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IELTS ACTUAL TESTS – READING & LISTENING ACADEMIC MODULE IELTSMATERIAL.COM 55 in daily life Third level of Good interaction with the Capacity for importance 37_______ No family problems multi-tasking Questions 38—40 Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer. Recommendations• Ask new students to complete questionnaires to gauge their level of 38________ Train selected students to act as 39_______ Outside office hours, offer 40________help. Follow up students who miss deadlines. READING TEST 1 READING PASSAGE 1 You should spend about 20 minutes on Questions 1-13, which are based on Reading Passage 1 below. The natural of Yawning
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IELTS ACTUAL TESTS – READING & LISTENING ACADEMIC MODULE IELTSMATERIAL.COM 56 A. While fatigue, drowsiness or boredom easily bring on yawns, scientists are discovering there is more to yawning than most people think. Not much is known about why we yawn or if it serves any useful function. People have already learned
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