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WALK FOR CHARITY IELTS Reading

WALK FOR CHARITY The Week’s Best IELTS Reading

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Section 1, Questions 1-14

  1. Weldown
  2. 10.30 (am)
  3. new shoes
  4. (the) marshals
  5. Fenton
  6. every half hour
  7. 10 kilometre (walk)/ 10 kilometer (walk)
  8. D
  9. F

10 IN EITHER ORDER; BOTH REQUIRED
FOR ONE MARK

C ( And ) E

  1. G
  2. E

13 IN EITIIER ORDER; BOTH REQUIRED
FOR ONE MARK

D (and)
G

  1. A
WALK FOR CHARITY IELTS Reading and The Week's Best IELTS Reading Answers

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SECTION 1 Questions 1-14WALK FOR CHARITY IELTS Reading
Read the information below and answer Questions 1-7,

WALK FOR CHARITY

WALK FOR CHARITY IELTS Reading  letter to friend

START TIMES:
30 km: 8 – 10 am
20 km: 8 – 10.30 am
10 km: 8 – 11.30 am

The organisers reserve the right to refuse late-comers.

CLOTHING should be suitable for the weather. If rain is forecast, bring some protection and be prepared for all eventualities. It is better to wear shoes that have been worn in, rather than ones that are new.
ROUTE MAPS will be available from the registration point. The route will be sign- posted and marshalled. Where the route runs along the road, wallkers should keep to one side in single file, facing oncoming traffic at all times. If you need help along the route, please inform one of the marshals. Free car parking available in car parks and on streets in Weldown.
BUSES
For the 10 and 20 km routes, a bus will be waiting at Fenton to take walkers back to Weldown. The bus will leave every half-hour starting at midday. The service is free and there is no need to book

WALK FOR CHARITY IELTS Reading

Questions 1-7WALK FOR CHARITY IELTS Reading
Łook at the information on the previous puge about a walk for charity.
Answer the questions below using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS ANDIOR A NUMBER from the text for each answer.

Write your answers in bores 1-7 on your unswer sheet.

  1. What is the starting point for the 30 km walk?
  2. What is the latest start time for the 20 km walk?
  3. Regarding footwear, what are you warned against wearing?
  4. What are the officials who help participants on the route called?
  5. Where does the 20 km walk finish?
  6. What is the frequency of the Fenton to Weldown bus?
  7. Which walk does not pass through Lower Brene?

Questions 8-14.
Read the information below and answer Questions 8-14.

The Week’s Best IELTS Reading

A
Wild Rose

(Tuesday 19.00)
This TV drama is about a young private detective employed by a team of New York businessmen who send her to Brazil to look into
a series of hotel robberies. When she gets there, she discovers that the hotels, which are owned by the businessmen, have been empty
for the last two years and the local authorities have no record of any robberies.

B
Animal Planet

(Wednesday 23.00)
This is a classic black-and-white film from the forties in which astronaut Charlie Huston crash-lands on a planet ruled entirely by animals. It is a first-class suspense adventure which also looks at the human condition, although this is not always a successful part of the film.

C
Strange Encounter

(Saturday 21.00)
Suspense is skilfully built up in this clever, small- scale supernatural story. A young couple view a deserted old house that they are interested in buying, They meet a strange old lady who tells them of the mystical powers of the house and how previous owners have been able to travel back through the centuries to meet their
ancestors.
D
The Longest Walk

(Tuesday 21.30)
Ffyona Campbell is nearly there. All she has to
do now is walk the length of France and Britain and she has succeeded in walking around the world. Tonight she drinks coffee in a tent and tells her story to Janet Street-Porter before she
sets off for the Pyrenees mountains.

E
Rubicon 5

(Thursday 20.30J
This is a TV film being used to launch a new science fiction series, It has impressive special effects and a strong, believable cast of
characters who travel to the twenty-third century. The action takes place in underground cities where the environment is controlled by
computers.
F
New Science

(Friday 19.30)
This popular half-hour science magazine continues into its twenty-ninth year, proving itself to be a hardy survivor in the television
world. Tonight it is presented by Carol Vorderman who introduces five reports, which include computer-driven cars and in-flight
ten-pin bowling.
G
There and Back Again

(Sunday 22.00)
Paul Theroux’s account of his recent journey from London to Japan and back makes ideal material for this evening’s travel slot. Based on
his own novel, the progress of his journey on the railways of Europe and Asia (Victoria station, Paris, Istanbul.
acts as a fascinating travelogue as the inhabitants gradually shift
from the West to the East.

Questions 8-14
Look at the seven television programmes A-Gon the previous page and answer Questions 8-14.
For which programme are the following statements true?
Write the correet letter A-G in boxes 8-14 on your answer sheet.
NB You may use any letter more than once.

  1. This programme is in the form of a personal interview.
  2. This programme is a documentary about technological developments.
  3. These TWO programmes are about time travel.
  4. This programme is taken from a book.
  5. This film is the introduction to a set of programmes.
  6. These TWO programmes are about present-day travellers.
  7. This programme is about investigating a possible crime.
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