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English Placement Test

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EP- Listening Q1

Listening  Part A

You will hear a short conversation or announcement. Choose the best answer provided.

1 What time will the store close?

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EP- Listening Q2

Listening  Part A

You will hear a short conversation or announcement. Listen and choose the correct answer.​

2. Where is the post office?

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EP- Listening Q3

Listening  Part A

You will hear a short conversation or announcement. Listen and choose the correct answer.​

 

3. How much is the special?​

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EP- Listening Q4

Listening  Part A

You will hear a short conversation or announcement. Listen and choose the correct answer.​

4. Where is the person from?​

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EP- Listening Q5

Listening  Part A

You will hear a short conversation or announcement. Choose the best answer provided.

 

5. How much is a ticket and what time does the show start?​

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EP- Listening Q6

Listening Part B

You will hear a man talking about himself. Listen and answer the questions.

6. Where does the man come from?

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EP- Listening Q7

Listening  Part B

You will hear a man talking about himself. Listen and answer the questions.

7. When did he come to London?

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EP- Listening Q8

Listening  Part B

You will hear a man talking about himself. Listen and answer the questions.

8. What is the man studying?

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EP- Listening Q9

Listening  Part B

You will hear a man talking about himself. Listen and answer the questions.

9. Where does the man work?

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EP- Listening Q10

Listening  Part B
You will hear a man talking about himself. Listen and answer the questions.

10. What does the man want to do when he finishes university?

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EP- Listening Q11

Listening C

You will hear a question or a statement, then 3 responses. Choose the most suitable response, A, B, or C, from the dropdown list.

 

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EP- Listening Q12

Listening C

You will hear a question or a statement, then 3 responses. Choose the most suitable response, A, B, or C, from the dropdown list.

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EP- Listening Q13

Listening C

You will hear a question or a statement, then 3 responses. Choose the most suitable response, A, B, or C, from the dropdown list.

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EP- Listening Q14

Listening C

You will hear a question or a statement, then 3 responses. Choose the most suitable response, A, B, or C, from the dropdown list.

 

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EP- Listening Q15

Listening C

You will hear a question or a statement, then 3 responses. Choose the most suitable response, A, B, or C, from the dropdown list.

 

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EP- Listening Q16

Listening D

You will hear a conversation. Listen carefully first, then answer the question.

16 What is the conversation about?

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EP- Listening Q17

Listening D

You will hear a conversation. Listen carefully first, then answer the question.

17. Where is the man?

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EP- Listening Q18

Listening D

You will hear a conversation. Listen carefully first, then answer the question.

18. How long might the car take to fix?

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EP- Listening Q19

Listening D

You will hear a conversation. Listen carefully first, then answer the question.

19. How long before the woman wants to go to Chiang Mai?

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EP- Listening Q20

Listening D

You will hear a conversation. Listen carefully first, then answer the question.

20. What time will the man see the woman?

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EP- Structure Q1

Choose the best answer from the choices provided.

1. I____________ a teacher.

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EP- Structure Q2

Choose the best answer from the choices provided.

2. They___________from America.

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EP- Structure Q3

Structure Directions:

Choose the best answer from the choices provided.

3. He_____________at work today.

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EP- Structure Q4

Structure Directions:

Choose the best answer from the choices provided.

4. I__________to eat pizza.

 

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EP- Structure Q5

Choose the best answer from the choices provided.

5. There aren’t___________offices on the 5th floor.

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EP- Structure Q6

Structure Directions:

Choose the best answer from the choices provided.

6. We don’t have____________time.

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EP- Structure Q7

Structure Directions:

7. They____________very happy with their present.

 

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EP- Structure Q8

Structure Directions:

Choose the best answer from the choices provided.

8. What is the past simple tense of the verb “go”?

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EP- Structure Q9

Structure Directions:

Choose the best answer from the choices provided.

9. What is the past simple tense of the verb “bring”?

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EP- Structure Q10

Structure Directions:

Choose the best answer from the choices provided.

10. Which sentence is correct?

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EP- Structure Q11

Structure Directions:

Choose the best answer from the choices provided.

11. Which sentence is correct?

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EP- Structure Q12

Structure Directions:

Choose the best answer from the choices provided.

12. Which sentence is correct?

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EP- Structure Q13
Structure Directions:

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EP- Structure Q14

Structure Directions:

Choose the best answer from the choices provided.

14. Which sentence is correct?

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EP- Structure Q15

Structure Directions:

15. Which sentence is correct?

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Structure Questions 16 Directions:

Fill in the blanks in the story with the best choices below.

A long time ago I (16) to South America to explore the Amazon. I (17) {Click “next question” button”} in jungles many times before, but this was the first time without a guide. I arrived in Brazil and started my trip by renting a boat in the town and travelling up the river. While I (18) {Click “next question” button”} up the river, the engine of my boat broke down. I was drifting down the river for a very long time when I thought I saw a very large alligator, I became very scared and hid in my boat. Eventually, my boat drifted to the riverbank. It (19) {Click “next question” button”} dark so I began to build a camp. While I was trying to sleep I heard people talking and music playing. I went out of my tent to look. I could see lights flashing, it was a party! I (20) {Click “next question” button”} back in the town in which I rented the boat!

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EP- Structure Q17

Fill in the blanks in the story with the best choices below.

A long time ago I (16) {Click "previous question” button”} to South America to explore the Amazon. I (17) « ______ » in jungles many times before, but this was the first time without a guide. I arrived in Brazil and started my trip by renting a boat in the town and travelling up the river. While I (18) {Click “next question” button”} up the river, the engine of my boat broke down. I was drifting down the river for a very long time when I thought I saw a very large alligator, I became very scared and hid in my boat. Eventually my boat drifted to the riverbank. It (19) {Click “next question” button”} dark so I began to build a camp. While I was trying to sleep I heard people talking and music playing. I went out of my tent to look. I could see lights flashing, it was a party! I (20) {Click “next question” button”} back into the town in which I rented the boat!

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EP- Structure Q18
Structure Questions 18 Directions:

Fill in the blanks in the story with the best choices below.

A long time ago I (16){Click "previous question” button”} to South America to explore the Amazon. I (17) {Click "previous question” button”} in jungles many times before, but this was the first time without a guide. I arrived in Brazil and started my trip by renting a boat in the town and travelling up the river. While I (18) « ______ » up the river, the engine of my boat broke down. I was drifting down the river for a very long time when I thought I saw a very large alligator, I became very scared and hid in my boat. Eventually my boat drifted to the riverbank. It (19) {Click “next question” button”} dark so I began to build a camp. While I was trying to sleep I heard people talking and music playing. I went out of my tent to look. I could see lights flashing, it was a party! I (20) {Click “next question” button”} back in the town in which I rented the boat!

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EP- Structure Q19
Structure Questions 19 Directions:

Fill in the blanks in the story with the best choices below.

A long time ago I (16){Click "previous question” button”} to South America to explore the Amazon. I (17) {Click "previous question” button”} in jungles many times before, but this was the first time without a guide. I arrived in Brazil and started my trip by renting a boat in the town and travelling up the river. While I (18) {Click "previous question” button”} up the river, the engine of my boat broke down. I was drifting down the river for a very long time when I thought I saw a very large alligator, I became very scared and hid in my boat. Eventually my boat drifted to the riverbank. It (19) « ______ » dark so I began to build a camp. While I was trying to sleep I heard people talking and music playing. I went out of my tent to look. I could see lights flashing, it was a party! I (20) {Click “next question” button”} back in the town in which I rented the boat!

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EP- Structure Q20

Fill in the blanks in the story with the best choices below.

A long time ago I (16) {Click "previous question” button”}  to South America to explore the Amazon. I (17) {Click "previous question” button”} in jungles many times before, but this was the first time without a guide. I arrived in Brazil and started my trip by renting a boat in the town and travelling up the river. While I (18) {Click "previous question” button”} up the river, the engine of my boat broke down. I was drifting down the river for a very long time when I thought I saw a very large alligator, I became very scared and hid in my boat. Eventually my boat drifted to the riverbank. It (19) {Click "previous question” button”} dark so I began to build a camp. While I was trying to sleep I heard people talking and music playing. I went out of my tent to look. I could see lights flashing, it was a party! I (20) « ______ » back in the town in which I rented the boat!

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EP- Vocabulary Q21
Vocabulary Directions:
Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

21.  In my free time I______________football.

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EP- Vocabulary Q22

Vocabulary Directions:

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

22. In my free time I_____________T.V.

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EP- Vocabulary Q23

Vocabulary Directions:
Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

23.  Sometimes at the weekend I_____________running.

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EP- Vocabulary Q24

Vocabulary Directions:

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

24.  I finish work_____________ 5.00 p.m.

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EP- Vocabulary Q25

Vocabulary Directions:

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

25. I’m going to Phuket______________the 24th.

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EP- Vocabulary Q26
Vocabulary Directions:

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

26. I have a holiday____________April.

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EP- Vocabulary Q27

Vocabulary Directions:

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

27. ____________ pen is mine, that one is yours!

 

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EP- Vocabulary Q28

Vocabulary Directions:

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

28. ____________ people over there are from America.

 

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EP- Vocabulary Q29

Vocabulary Directions:

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

29. ____________ shoes I am wearing today are too small.

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EP- Vocabulary Q30

Vocabulary Directions:

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

30. I am going to the Mall____________I want to buy a new t-shirt.

 

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EP- Vocabulary Q31

Vocabulary Directions:

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

31. I went to see the film again, ____________ I had seen it before.

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EP- Vocabulary Q32

Vocabulary Directions:
Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

32. You can claim a refund_____________you have a receipt.

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EP- Vocabulary Q33

Vocabulary Directions:
Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

33. He always comes up with new ideas. He is very _______.

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EP- Vocabulary Q34
Vocabulary Directions:
Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

34. I enjoy skiing and scuba diving. My friends say I’m very_____________.

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EP- Vocabulary Q35

Vocabulary Directions:

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

35. I saw Som and Pitch together at lunchtime. ____________they’re a couple now.

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EP- Vocabulary Q36
Vocabulary Directions:
Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.
36. A car knocked me off my bicycle this morning. ___________, I didn’t hurt myself.

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EP- Vocabulary Q37
Vocabulary Directions:
Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

37. A_____________is a thief who specializes in getting into houses or businesses at night to steal things.

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EP- Vocabulary Q38
Vocabulary Directions:
Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

38. A lot of people are____________with their phones.

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EP- Vocabulary Q39
Vocabulary Directions:

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

39. The actor_______________his autograph on my book.

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EP- Vocabulary Q40
Vocabulary Directions:

Choose the best answer to complete the sentence from the choices provided.

40. The global_____________outlook is a little bleak at the moment.

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EP- Reading Q41
Part 3: Reading

German Motors Corporation, Inc.
Dear customer:

The satisfaction and safety of all our customers are of prime importance to us. We are therefore contacting all owners of this year’s Spectra to alert them to improvements in the design of some of the car’s features. You may have noticed that the rear seat belts have a tendency to remain locked inside the retractors when the car is parked at a sharp angle, such as on a steep hill. Once the car is back on level ground, the seat belts unlock and the rear seat passengers are able to put on their seat belts normally.

Our engineers have developed new parts for the retractors that significantly reduce this problem. It would be our pleasure to have new retractors installed for you at no charge. Simply bring your Spectra to the nearest German Motors dealer and allow them 24 hours for the installation. Once the improvement has been made, we are confident that your car’s seat belts will meet all safety standards.

If you have any questions, please contact your local dealer.

41. Who is the letter for?

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EP- Reading Q42
Part 3: Reading

German Motors Corporation, Inc.
Dear customer:

The satisfaction and safety of all our customers are of prime importance to us. We are therefore contacting all owners of this year’s Spectra to alert them to improvements in the design of some of the car’s features. You may have noticed that the rear seat belts have a tendency to remain locked inside the retractors when the car is parked at a sharp angle, such as on a steep hill. Once the car is back on level ground, the seat belts unlock and the rear seat passengers are able to put on their seat belts normally.

Our engineers have developed new parts for the retractors that significantly reduce this problem. It would be our pleasure to have new retractors installed for you at no charge. Simply bring your Spectra to the nearest German Motors dealer and allow them 24 hours for the installation. Once the improvement has been made, we are confident that your car’s seat belts will meet all safety standards.

If you have any questions, please contact your local dealer.

42. What is the purpose of the letter?

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EP- Reading Q43

Part 3: Reading

German Motors Corporation, Inc.
Dear customer:

The satisfaction and safety of all our customers are of prime importance to us. We are therefore contacting all owners of this year’s Spectra to alert them to improvements in the design of some of the car’s features. You may have noticed that the rear seat belts have a tendency to remain locked inside the retractors when the car is parked at a sharp angle, such as on a steep hill. Once the car is back on level ground, the seat belts unlock and the rear seat passengers are able to put on their seat belts normally.

Our engineers have developed new parts for the retractors that significantly reduce this problem. It would be our pleasure to have new retractors installed for you at no charge. Simply bring your Spectra to the nearest German Motors dealer and allow them 24 hours for the installation. Once the improvement has been made, we are confident that your car’s seat belts will meet all safety standards.

If you have any questions, please contact your local dealer.

43. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

 

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EP- Reading Q44

Part 3: Reading

How to invest more at

SMITH MUTUAL FUND

By mail

To add to your account, send a check or money order payable to Smith Funds along with the additional investment form that is attached to this statement. Please see minimum investment requirements for each fund in the appropriate prospectus.

By electronic transfer

After an account has been established, you may purchase additional shares by electronic transfer. Please call Smith Funds for instructions.

By exchange

You can open a new account by exchanging from one Smith Funds account to an identically registered account. Please verify the investment guidelines for each Fund in the appropriate prospectus. The Fund may modify, suspend, or terminate the exchange privilege at its discretion.

44. What should clients do to invest by electronic transfer?

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EP- Reading Q45

Part 3: Reading

How to invest more at

SMITH MUTUAL FUND

By mail

To add to your account, send a check or money order payable to Smith Funds along with the additional investment form that is attached to this statement. Please see minimum investment requirements for each fund in the appropriate prospectus.

By electronic transfer

After an account has been established, you may purchase additional shares by electronic transfer. Please call Smith Funds for instructions.

By exchange

You can open a new account by exchanging from one Smith Funds account to an identically registered account. Please verify the investment guidelines for each Fund in the appropriate prospectus. The Fund may modify, suspend, or terminate the exchange privilege at its discretion.

45. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

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EP- Reading Q46

Part 3: Reading

Think of India and one of the first things that comes to mind is its diversity. A large country, its population is second only to China, its languages are numerous and every state (of which there are 28 and seven union territories) is unique in its traditions and very importantly, its food. In fact, food from one region may actually be totally alien to a person from another region! The common thread that runs through most Indian food though, is the use of numerous spices to create flavour and aroma.
Indians take their food very seriously. Cooking is considered an art and most mothers usually begin to teach their daughters and pass down family recipes through interesting, show-and-tell methods fairly early in life. Mealtimes are important occasions for family to get together. Most meals comprise of several dishes ranging from staples like rice and breads to meat and vegetables and rounded off with a dessert. In a lot of Indian homes, foods are made from scratch with fresh ingredients. For example, some families buy their favourite type of wheat, wash it, dry it in the sun and then take it into a flourmill to have it ground into flour exactly the way they like, as opposed to buying flour from a store! This is changing in bigger cities where young people have increasingly hectic lives and are happy to use ready-to-eat, pre-made ingredients.

46. What is the article about?

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EP- Reading Q47

Part 3: Reading

Think of India and one of the first things that comes to mind is its diversity. A large country, its population is second only to China, its languages are numerous and every state (of which there are 28 and seven union territories) is unique in its traditions and very importantly, its food. In fact, food from one region may actually be totally alien to a person from another region! The common thread that runs through most Indian food though, is the use of numerous spices to create flavour and aroma.
Indians take their food very seriously. Cooking is considered an art and most mothers usually begin to teach their daughters and pass down family recipes through interesting, show-and-tell methods fairly early in life. Mealtimes are important occasions for family to get together. Most meals comprise of several dishes ranging from staples like rice and breads to meat and vegetables and rounded off with a dessert. In a lot of Indian homes, foods are made from scratch with fresh ingredients. For example, some families buy their favourite type of wheat, wash it, dry it in the sun and then take it into a flourmill to have it ground into flour exactly the way they like, as opposed to buying flour from a store! This is changing in bigger cities where young people have increasingly hectic lives and are happy to use ready-to-eat, pre-made ingredients.

47. What does the article suggest about a person from one area of India eating food from another area of India?

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EP- Reading Q48

Part 3: Reading

Think of India and one of the first things that comes to mind is its diversity. A large country, its population is second only to China, its languages are numerous and every state (of which there are 28 and seven union territories) is unique in its traditions and very importantly, its food. In fact, food from one region may actually be totally alien to a person from another region! The common thread that runs through most Indian food though, is the use of numerous spices to create flavour and aroma.
Indians take their food very seriously. Cooking is considered an art and most mothers usually begin to teach their daughters and pass down family recipes through interesting, show-and-tell methods fairly early in life. Mealtimes are important occasions for family to get together. Most meals comprise of several dishes ranging from staples like rice and breads to meat and vegetables and rounded off with a dessert. In a lot of Indian homes, foods are made from scratch with fresh ingredients. For example, some families buy their favourite type of wheat, wash it, dry it in the sun and then take it into a flourmill to have it ground into flour exactly the way they like, as opposed to buying flour from a store! This is changing in bigger cities where young people have increasingly hectic lives and are happy to use ready-to-eat, pre-made ingredients.

48. What do a lot of mothers do with their young daughters while they cook food?

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EP- Reading Q49

Part 3: Reading

Think of India and one of the first things that comes to mind is its diversity. A large country, its population is second only to China, its languages are numerous and every state (of which there are 28 and seven union territories) is unique in its traditions and very importantly, its food. In fact, food from one region may actually be totally alien to a person from another region! The common thread that runs through most Indian food though, is the use of numerous spices to create flavour and aroma.
Indians take their food very seriously. Cooking is considered an art and most mothers usually begin to teach their daughters and pass down family recipes through interesting, show-and-tell methods fairly early in life. Mealtimes are important occasions for family to get together. Most meals comprise of several dishes ranging from staples like rice and breads to meat and vegetables and rounded off with a dessert. In a lot of Indian homes, foods are made from scratch with fresh ingredients. For example, some families buy their favourite type of wheat, wash it, dry it in the sun and then take it into a flourmill to have it ground into flour exactly the way they like, as opposed to buying flour from a store! This is changing in bigger cities where young people have increasingly hectic lives and are happy to use ready-to-eat, pre-made ingredients.

49. What does the article suggest about the attitudes of modern, younger Indians regarding food?

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EP- Reading Q50

Part 3: Reading

Think of India and one of the first things that comes to mind is its diversity. A large country, its population is second only to China, its languages are numerous and every state (of which there are 28 and seven union territories) is unique in its traditions and very importantly, its food. In fact, food from one region may actually be totally alien to a person from another region! The common thread that runs through most Indian food though, is the use of numerous spices to create flavour and aroma.
Indians take their food very seriously. Cooking is considered an art and most mothers usually begin to teach their daughters and pass down family recipes through interesting, show-and-tell methods fairly early in life. Mealtimes are important occasions for family to get together. Most meals comprise of several dishes ranging from staples like rice and breads to meat and vegetables and rounded off with a dessert. In a lot of Indian homes, foods are made from scratch with fresh ingredients. For example, some families buy their favourite type of wheat, wash it, dry it in the sun and then take it into a flourmill to have it ground into flour exactly the way they like, as opposed to buying flour from a store! This is changing in bigger cities where young people have increasingly hectic lives and are happy to use ready-to-eat, pre-made ingredients.

50. Why does the article suggest some people like to buy their favourite wheat?

 

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