Cambridge IELTS 2 Student's Book with Answers : Examination by University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate

By University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate

This selection of perform fabric for the overseas English Language trying out procedure (IELTS) has been specifically ready for booklet by means of the college of Cambridge neighborhood Examinations Syndicate. It presents scholars with a great chance to familiarise themselves with IELTS and to training exam suggestions utilizing genuine try fabric. This e-book contains an advent to those diverse modules including a proof of the scoring approach utilized by Cambridge ESOL. The inclusion of a entire component to solutions and tapescripts signifies that the fabric is perfect for college students operating in part or totally all alone.

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In fact, about eight per cent of its students come from continental Europe and further afield, whilst a further 52 per cent are from outside the immediate area. Since 1 April 1993, when it became independent of the local authority and adopted its new title, West Thames College has continued to build on that first class reputation. These days there is no such thing as a typical student. More than half of West Thames College's 6000 students are over 19 years old. Some of these will be attending college part-time under their employers' training schemes.

21 Literacy has improved as a result of recent academic conferences. Questions 22-25 Reading Passage 2 has ten paragraphs, A-J. Which paragraphs state the following information? Write the appropriate letters A-J in boxes 22-25 on your answer sheet. NB There are more paragraphs than summaries, so you will not use them all. 22 The decline of literacy is seen in groups of differing ages and abilities. 23 Reading methods currently in use go against research findings. 24 Readers able to ignore pictures are claimed to make greater progress.

15 You can buy floppy disks at the information desk. 16 The information desk is closed at weekends. 17 It is essential to reserve a computer three days in advance if you want to use one. 18 If you are more than a quarter of an hour late, you could lose your reservation for the computer. 19 Library employees do not have detailed knowledge of computers. 20 The library runs courses for people who want to learn about computers. 00. There is also an ink jet printer attached to each terminal. The library has a number of commercially available programs for word processing and spreadsheets.

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