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Prepare For IELTS has been prepared and produced at. Insearch Language Centre al the University of. Technology, Sydney, by a team of teachers experienced. INSEARCH Insearch UTS and International Programs. THE NEW PREPARE FOR IElTS: General Training Modules Unit 1 Introduction to the. You will develop the English language and academic literacy skills required for successful The Academic English Program will help you develop your ability to .

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C very good. The test is divided as follows: Reading Passage 1 Questions 1 to 13 Reading Passage 2 Questions 14 to 27 Reading Passage 3 Questions 28 to 40 Start at the beginning of the test and work through it.

You should answer all the questions. If you cannot do a particular question leave it and go on to the next one. You can return to it later. Suburban sprawl, combined with the vast economies of scale in operation in agriculture, have typically driven food production far from populated centres, with an increase in the cost of transport and risk of spoilage en route. However, the days of market gardens on the edges of urban areas supplying fresh food straight to your table may soon be over; mass city-centre farming may soon replace them.

A visionary microbiologist and environmental lecturer, Dickson Despommier from Columbia University in New York, sees our future cities populated by a new kind of market garden.

The creator of this radical vertical farming idea describes the evolution of the concept from an older project involving rooftop gardening in Manhattan. While that was interesting, it couldn t be sustained on a mass scale.

But it planted the seed of another idea. Looking at greenhouse projects in New York, the resulting concept was large-scale, indoor, urban agriculture in skyscrapers.

B Following this, Despommier set up laboratory projects aimed at different design challenges and attracted a wide range of enthusiastic collaborators and contributors. He believes this vertical farming method could be a solution to some of the world s most pressing issues. The world population is expected to grow by three billion to 8. By then, some 80 per cent of the world s population will live in cities, and they will need to eat. At the same time, conventional farm and grazing land takes up an enormous amount of space, with over one-third of the world s surface currently used for agriculture.

Despommier figures that in the next five decades an area of new arable land roughly the size of Brazil will be required to feed the world s growing population land that simply doesn t exist. C Despommier s concept relies on using green methods of architecture and materials to build skyscrapers that house, grow and produce crops.

New materials and technologies such as cheaper reflectors, which reflect sunlight where it s needed, more efficient solar panels for energy and system-wide recycling are integral to the plan.

One unusual feature is the use of a type of shellfish to filter water.

These can clean urban sewage to a state suitable for irrigation. D Outside, one acre 0. Indoors, you can grow one crop every three months. You can get four crops a year.

He suggests that such buildings could feed the entire city of New York for a year. Indoor crops require less pesticide and are less subject to the problems in nature, such as drought. Some academics say that a single skyscraper farm covering 1.

Each floor of the design would be rigged up with hydroponic watering systems and 48 Focusing on IELTS Academic Practice Tests 8 artificial lighting, and solar panels to provide electricity.

However, vertical farming is not without its challenges. One is light artificial lighting uses a great deal of electricity and generates considerable heat. E Among experts, opinions vary on whether the project can succeed. Now listen carefully and answer questions 1 to 8. Can 1 help you?

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Angela: I live at 10 Bridge Street, Tam worth. Bob: 10 Bridge Street, Tamworth.

And your phone number? Angela: The telephone numbers Bob: Thanks. What course are you doing? Bob: Writing. Angela: Mrs Green — she spells her name like the colour.

When does your student visa expire? Angela: Let me look. July Bob: July Which term do you want to take leave? Angela: Do you want dates? Bob: First, I have to write a term number. When do you want to take leave? Angela: In term one. Bob: Okay. Term one. Now can you tell me what are the exact dates? Is that right? Angela: Only three. Narrator Look at questions 9 to Now listen to more of the conversation between Angela and Bob, and answer questions 9 to Bob: Why do you want to take leave, Angela?

Bob: Where do they live? Angela: About fifty kilometres from here, near Armidale. Bob: Do you have to take so long if they live nearby? Angela: My mother is coming with me.

I expect to go home in twelve months. Narrator: That is the end of Section 1. You now have some time to check your answers.

Now turn to Section 2. Section 2. You are going to hear a tape recording of instructions and advice which a woman caBed Martha has left for her friend John, who is coming to stay at her house and take care of it while she is away. First, look at questions 13 to 18, As you listen to the first part of the talk, answer questions 13 to 18, Martha; Hello, John.

Welcome to the house. Here are some things you need to know about the house. Important stuff like when the garbage is collected. The trucks are quiet and the service is efficient. The bin will be put back outside the house empty. This street can be quite windy. I once watched my next door neighbour chase her bin the whole length of the street.

Every time she nearly caught up with it, it got away again. The waste paper will be collected this Tuesday, that S Tuesday 19th. The truck will come during the day. Would you put it out on Monday the 25th please? The charity truck will come by during the day on the last Monday of the month. It has a very good local reference section if you want to find out more about this city.

Oh, yes! Please would you change the filters on the washing machine on the last day of the month, which is Sunday the 31st. We find that the machine works much better if we change the filters regularly.

Narrator; Now look at questions 19 to Circle the correct answer.

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I hope to have a little time to look around. I do hope I manage to get to at least some of the theatres and museums. I hope to meet up with an old teacher of mine at the conference. I hope you like cheese and onion pie. Would you do me a favour please? It was made a long time ago and I forgot about it until this morning. Which term do you want to take leave? Angela: Do you want dates? Bob: First, I have to write a term number. When do you want to take leave?

Angela: In term one. Bob: Okay. Term one. Now can you tell me what are the exact dates? Is that right? Angela: Only three. Narrator Look at questions 9 to Now listen to more of the conversation between Angela and Bob, and answer questions 9 to Bob: Why do you want to take leave, Angela? Bob: Where do they live? Angela: About fifty kilometres from here, near Armidale.

Bob: Do you have to take so long if they live nearby? Angela: My mother is coming with me. I expect to go home in twelve months.

Narrator: That is the end of Section 1. You now have some time to check your answers. Now turn to Section 2. Section 2. You are going to hear a tape recording of instructions and advice which a woman caBed Martha has left for her friend John, who is coming to stay at her house and take care of it while she is away. First, look at questions 13 to 18, As you listen to the first part of the talk, answer questions 13 to 18, Martha; Hello, John.

Welcome to the house.

Here are some things you need to know about the house. Important stuff like when the garbage is collected. The trucks are quiet and the service is efficient. The bin will be put back outside the house empty.

This street can be quite windy. I once watched my next door neighbour chase her bin the whole length of the street. Every time she nearly caught up with it, it got away again. The waste paper will be collected this Tuesday, that S Tuesday 19th. The truck will come during the day. Would you put it out on Monday the 25th please? The charity truck will come by during the day on the last Monday of the month.

It has a very good local reference section if you want to find out more about this city. Oh, yes! Please would you change the filters on the washing machine on the last day of the month, which is Sunday the 31st.

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We find that the machine works much better if we change the filters regularly. Narrator; Now look at questions 19 to Circle the correct answer. I hope to have a little time to look around.

I do hope I manage to get to at least some of the theatres and museums. I hope to meet up with an old teacher of mine at the conference. I hope you like cheese and onion pie. Would you do me a favour please? It was made a long time ago and I forgot about it until this morning. Could you please call the dentist on and cancel the appointment for me? Thanks a lot, John. One last thing. When you leave the house, make sure the windows and doors are shut, and set the burglar alarm.

The alarm code number is enter. Have fun! This is your friend Martha, saying goodbye. Narrator: That is the end of Section 2.

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You will now have some time to check vour answers. Now turn to Section 3. Section 3. In this section vou will hear a discussion between a college receptionist, Denise, and a student named Vijay about learning a language.

In the first part of the discussion they are talking about the course Vijay will study. First look at questions 25 to With all this preparation - getting to know the format of the IELTS test, practising exam techniques, class work and private study - you will be ready to do your best in the IELTS exam.

Angela: Only three. Denise: No, but the fees office is in the same building. There are no oral traditionaJ stories in Western communities. Write no more than three words for each answer. A the optometrist B the telephone company C the doctor o the dentist

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