Cambridge ielts 8 reading test 4 answers

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Cambridge IELTS 8 Book with Answers and Audio CDs (2)): Official Examination Papers from University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations by University of Cambridge

Cambridge IELTS 8 contains four authentic IELTS papers from Cambridge ESOL, providing excellent exam practice. This Self-study Pack provides students with everything they need in order to familiarise themselves with IELTS and to practise examination techniques using authentic test material prepared by Cambridge ESOL. The Students Book with answers contains four complete tests for Academic candidates, plus extra Reading and Writing modules for General Training candidates. A comprehensive section of answers and tapescripts makes the material ideal for students working partly or entirely on their own. Contents Introduction Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 General Training: Reading and Writing Test A General Training: Reading and Writing Test B Tapescripts Listening and Reading Answer Keys Model and sample answers for Writing tasks Sample answer sheets Acknowledgements CD Information No. of CD : 2
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Cambridge IELTS 8 Listening - Test 3

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Jul 14, CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8 TEST 4 PASSAGE 1. Questions 1 5, choose the correct heading for sections B F 1. Section B In paragraph B, the.
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You should spend about 20 minutes on Questions , which are based on Reading Passage 1 on the following pages. Write the correct number, i-ix , in boxes on your answer sheet. The percentage of Gross National Product spent on education is reasonably similar in the two countries, so how is this higher and more consistent attainment in maths achieved? Virtually all pupils at this stage attend state schools: only 3 per cent are in the private sector. Schools are usually modern in design, set well back from the road and spacious inside. Classrooms are large and pupils sit at single desks in rows. Lessons last for a standardised 50 minutes and are always followed by a minute break, which gives the pupils a chance to let off steam.

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