HOLIDAY PLUS

 

  GENERAL TRAINING TEST A ANSWERS   BOOK CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8
SECTION 1 (HOLIDAY PLUS)
1 C 21 (in) 2003
2 B 22 4 weeks (a year)
3 A 23 one twelfth (of annual holiday (s))
4 (for/in) May 24 (equal) counter-notice)
5 IN EITHER ORDER; BOTH REQUIRED 25 (the) (annual) shutdown/(a) shutdown
  FOR ONE MARK 26 (holiday) payment/outstanding holiday payment
  canoeing (and) 27 collective agreement
  tennis  
6 (by) (self-drive) auto(mobile)   SECTION 3 (Snake Oil)
7 A  
8 B 28 v
9 D 29 vii
10 D 30 ix
11 C 31 x
12 B 32 iii
13 D 33 iv
14 C 34 FALSE
  35 NOT GIVEN
  SECTION 2 (Kenichi Software: security guidelines for staff) 36 TRUE
  37 FALSE
15 senior 38 TRUE
16 (to) search 39 NOT GIVEN
17 disciplinary action 40 TRUE
18 contractors  
19 outsiders  
20 (private) notes  

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GENERAL TRAINING READING TEST A

SECTION 1                 QUESTION 1-14

Read the text below and answer Questions 1-6

HOLIDAY PLUS

Need a break? Choose from these three wonderful holidays!

Holiday location
Price
Number
Of
nights
Daily meals included in package
Comments
Transport to/from airport
A Mountain Lodge

 

A unique wilderness retreat on the edge of the World Heritage- listed National Park and only 5 km from the sea

 

 

 

 

$330

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

mountain buffet breakfast

plus

free soft drinks always available

Free canoeing

 

Free talks in the evening

 

Free open-air tennis course

 

Horse-riding optional extra

Self-drive auto 1 hour 15 minutes or bus three times/week approx. 2 hours
B Pelican Resort

 

A true coral island right on the Great Barrier Reef

 

Swim straight from the beach

 

 

 

 

$580

 

 

 

4

 

 

hot breakfast plus beach picnic lunch plus set

4-course dinner

Refurbishment: resort will close for may

 

Free minibus trip around island

 

Place flights to Wilson island only $50

½ hour by minibus
C Cedar Lodge

 

A blend of causal sophistication and rich rainforest ambience for those over 25

 

 

$740

 

 

4

tropical breakfast

 

picnic lunch-optional extra

Oldest living rainforest

 

Free bikes and tennis course; horse-riding extra

10 mins by taxi

Questions 1-3

Look at the three holidays, A, B, and C, on page 104.

For which holiday are the following statements true?

Write the correct letter, A, B or C, in boxes 1-3 on your answer sheet.

1     This holiday doesn’t cater for young children.

2      This holiday provides a tour at no extra cost.

3       This holiday involves most travel time from the airport.

Questions 4-6

Answer the questions below.

Choose NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS from the text for each answer.

Write your answer in boxes 4-6 on your answer sheet.

4     When will one of the holiday locations not be open?

5     Which two outdoor activities are provided at no extra cost at Mountain Lodge?

6     What is the fastest way to travel to Mountain Lodge?

Read the text below and answer Question 7-14.

SYDNNEY TRAVEL COLLEGE

At this college we recommend the Multiplan policy.

Travel insurance requirements

As this course includes a total of three months’ travel outside Australia, travel insurance is compulsory. If you are sick or have an accident in Australia, your medical bills will be fully covered-however, you cannot assume that everything will be covered overseas, so please read the following requirements carefully.

1     Medical

Australia has reciprocal medical arrangements with the governments of the eight nations you will be visiting. This arrangement will cover all emergency hospital treatment. However, students will have to take out insurance such as Multiplan to cover the costs of all visits to doctors, and other non-emergency medical situations.

If you have a serious accident or illness, Multiplan insurance will cover the cost of your flight back to Australia, if required. Depending on the circumstances, this may also pay for either medical personnel or a family member to accompany you home. Multiplan insurance may not cover all pre-existing medical conditions- so before you leave be sure to check with them about any long-term illnesses or disabilities that you have.

If you do require medical treatment overseas, and you want to make a claim on your insurance, the claim will not be accepted unless you produce both your student card and your travel insurance card.

2     Belongings

The Multiplan policy covers most student requirements. In particular, it provides students with luggage insurance. This covers any loss or theft of your everyday belongings. for example, this insurance covers:

  • The present value of item that are stolen-provided that you have purchase receipts for every item; if no receipts, no payment can be made
  • Replacement value of your briefcase or backpack and study books
  • Portable computers and CD players, if you specifically list them as item in the policy
  • 3     Cancellation

This insurance covers any non-refundable deposit and other costs you have paid if you have to cancel due to ‘unforeseen or circumstances outside your control’. It does not provide cover if you change your study or travel plans for other reasons.

Question 7-14

Classify the following events as being

Write the correct letter, A, B, C, OR D, in boxes 7-14 on your answer sheet.

7     A student travelling overseas suddenly needs hospital treatment.

8     A student consults a doctor regarding a minor problem while abroad.

9     A parent goes overseas to bring an injured or sick student to Australia.

10     A student is treated overseas for an illness he/she had before leaving Australia.

11     A student who requires medical treatment has lost his/her travel insurance card.

12     A student’s study books are lost.

13     A student’s laptop is stolen.

14     A student changes his/her mind about plans to study and decides not to take the booked flight.

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