Category: IELTS Reading Practice Test
America’s oldest art? Passage Set within treacherously steep cliffs, and hidden away valleys of northeast Brazil, is some of Southeast
Terrific Tupperware Passage A. Throw open anyone’s kitchen cupboards from Andorra to Zimbabwe, and you’ll find colourful plastic products for
The Need to Belong Passage No one likes to feel left out, ignored by colleagues at meetings or not be
Left or Right? Passage A. Creatures across the animal kingdom have a preference for one foot, eye or even antenna.
Tasmanian Tiger Passage A. Although it was called tiger, it looked like a dog with black stripes on its hack
The Green Revolution in China Passage A couple of weeks ago, China’s highest government body published their conclusions from the
Electric Dreams Passage A. The days of the internal-combustion are numbered, and the fuel cell represents the future of automotive
Growing of the Aging Society Passage A. American scientists say that the elderly are now healthier, happier and more independent.
Passage A. What counts as knowledge? What do we mean when we say that we know something? What is the
Passage A. Sometimes ideas just pop up out of the blue. Or in Charlie Paton’s case, out of the rain.