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Số câu hỏi: 20 - Thời gian thi:15 phút - Chuyên mục: IELTS


Câu 1:

Match each heading to the most suitable paragraph.

The UK government is hoping that the extra investment will improve the housing situation. Britain with her increasing population builds fewer new houses than are needed, with a shortfall of 100,000 a year according to Shelter, a housing charity. The result is a boom in house prices that has made owning a home unaffordable for many, especially in London and the south of England. Key public sector workers, such as nurses and teachers, are among those affected.
A. The cost of moving home
B. A shrinking supply
C. Public-sector workers squeezed out
D. New demands on developers

 

 

 

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 2:

If you wish to extend your study experience in the UK, you will need to pass a further points-based assessment to ensure that you have been accepted on another course and that you can afford to pay the fees and living costs.

If you want to extend your study visa…
A. You only need to obtain 30 points
B. You do not need to repeat the point-assessment
C. You will need to do the process again
D. You can afford to pay the fees and living costs

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 3:

Match each heading to the most suitable paragraph.

Will this housing policy create new sink estates? Hopefully, not. Housing planners have learnt from the mistakes of the 1960s and 1970s when large council housing estates were constructed. Builders have got better at design and planning mixed-use developments where social housing is mixed with, and indistinguishable from, private housing. Social housing developments are winning design awards - a project in London won the Housing Design Award — though it is true that some council estates that now illustrate some of the worst aspects of 1960s architecture won awards at the time.
A. A shrinking supply
B. Learning from the past
C. Public-sector workers squeezed out
D. New demands on developers

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 4:

Match each heading to the most suitable paragraph.

Next month, the government is expected to announce a significant increase in the Social Housing Department's £1.7 billion annual budget and also intends to make the application process for social housing simpler. The additional £2 billion will build about 50,000 new houses each year at current building costs. Still more houses could be built if subsidies were reduced.
A. Councils give way to housing associations
B. Increased spending
C. The cost of moving home
D. A shrinking supply

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 5:

Match each heading to the most suitable paragraph.

The management of social housing stock has largely moved from local councils to housing associations. Housing associations look after the maintenance of the existing housing stock, getting repairs done and dealing with problems like prostitution and drugs while employing estate security and on-site maintenance staff. One significant change is that planners have learned to build smaller housing developments.
A. Still difficult to move around
B. Councils give way to housing associations
C. Increased spending
D. The cost of moving home

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 6:

Match each heading to the most suitable paragraph.

In order to increase the social housing stock the government is using a process known as planning gain. Town councils are increasing the amount of social housing developers must build as part of a new building project and which they must give to the local housing association. Even without the financial support of central the government, some local councils in England are using planning gain to increase the proportion of social housing stock. In expensive Cambridge, the council wants 25% of new housing to be social; the figure is 35% in Bristol, while Manchester is planning 40% over the next twenty years.
A. Increased spending
B. The cost of moving home
C. Public-sector workers squeezed out
D. New demands on developers

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 7:

50m Pool

The pool is often used for classes, but the general public may use two lanes for lane swimming at the following times.
Monday: 0630 -1130 and 1900 - 2100
Tuesday: 0630 -1130 and 1800 - 2100
Wednesday: 0630 -1330 and 1730 - 2130
Thursday: 0630 -1330
Friday: 0630 -1330
Weekends: 0900 - 1700
Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
Please note that during College holidays, these times will vary. Contact the swimming pool on 04837 393560 for up-to-date information.

The 50m pool is open during college holidays.
A. True
B. False
C. Not given

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 8:

Camberwell College Swimming Pools

Camberwell College has one 50m (Olympic sized) pool with a constant depth of 2m throughout, and one 25m pool with a 1m shallow end and a 4m deep end. Both pools may be used by the general public at certain times.

The general public can only use the 50m pool for lane swimming.
A. True
B. False
C. Not given

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 9:

25m Pool

The 25 metre pool is available for recreational (non-lane) swimming from 0700-0900 and 1230-1330 on weekdays, and 1000 – 1600 on Saturdays.
Children aged 12 and under must be accompanied.
We regret that the 25m pool will be closed for refurbishment between 21st July and 18th August. The men's changing rooms will be closed for the week beginning 18th August, and the women's changing rooms will be closed the following week. Alternative changing facilities will be made available. We apologise for any disruption this may cause.

Men will be able to use the 25m pool on the 18th August.
A. True
B. False
C. Not given

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 10:

25m Pool

The 25 metre pool is available for recreational (non-lane) swimming from 0700-0900 and 1230-1330 on weekdays, and 1000 – 1600 on Saturdays.
Children aged 12 and under must be accompanied.
We regret that the 25m pool will be closed for refurbishment between 21st July and 18th August. The men's changing rooms will be closed for the week beginning 18th August, and the women's changing rooms will be closed the following week. Alternative changing facilities will be made available. We apologise for any disruption this may cause.

The whole of the 25m pool is available to the public during recreational swimming hours.
A. True
B. False
C. Not given

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 11:

To make your UK study experience even richer, you may be eligible for a work and study visa. Getting a job while you are studying can improve your language skills and enhance your CV by showing that you are flexible, team-oriented and well-organised. You will also be able to get a reference from your employer which will help you gain employment in the future. Before accepting a job, you must find out whether your visa allows you to work in the UK, and the maximum number of hours you can work each week from the UK Border Agency. Most UK places of study have a career service which will help you to access job listings, write a CV or application form and prepare for a job interview.


You can work in the UK if…
A. You are legally eligible
B. You are studying full time
C. You have 40 points
D. You have 30 points

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 12:

Match each heading to the most suitable paragraph.

The significant drawback of social housing still remains: it discourages mobility. What happens to the nurse who lives in cheap social housing in one town, and is offered a job in a region that does not provide her with new social housing? The government wants to encourage initiative but is providing a housing system that makes it difficult for people to change their lives. Public-sector workers are increasingly being priced out of London and other expensive parts of the country and, as a result, are unable to take advantage of opportunities available to them.
A. Still difficult to move around
B. Councils give way to housing associations
C. Increased spending
D. The cost of moving home

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 13:

Match each heading to the most suitable paragraph

During the past 20 years in Britain there has been a significant decrease in the number of social homes in the housing stock, down from 5.3m to 4.8m. The proportion of social housing has fallen from 29% to 18% during the same period. This is largely due to the policies of Margaret Thatcher's government during the 1980's which forced local councils to sell homes under market price to existing tenants under a 'right to buy' scheme and prevented them from building new houses. New social homes were then to be paid for by central government and managed by local housing associations.
A. Councils give way to housing associations
B. Increased spending
C. The cost of moving home
D. A shrinking supply

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 14:

50m Pool

The pool is often used for classes, but the general public may use two lanes for lane swimming at the following times.
Monday: 0630 -1130 and 1900 - 2100
Tuesday: 0630 -1130 and 1800 - 2100
Wednesday: 0630 -1330 and 1730 - 2130
Thursday: 0630 -1330
Friday: 0630 -1330
Weekends: 0900 - 1700
Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
Please note that during College holidays, these times will vary. Contact the swimming pool on 04837 393560 for up-to-date information.

The general public cannot use the 50m pool on Sundays
A. True
B. False
C. Not given

 

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D
Câu 15:

The UK operates a points-based system which will decide whether or not you can apply for a visa. You need 40 points in order to apply for a visa. You will obtain 30 points if you have confirmation from the college, university or school that you have been accepted on a course. Your chosen place of studies must be registered on the UK Border Agency list of sponsors. You can obtain a list by clicking on the link below.

You can obtain 30 points towards your visa if…
A. You have already paid your school or college fees.
B. You have been accepted onto a course of study...
C. You have proof that you can cover your study fees...
D. You have been accepted on a course.

 

Chọn đáp án:    A     B     C     D

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