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IELTS General Reading 5 - Passage 1


You should spend about 20 minutes on Questions 1-14, which are based on Reading Passage 1.

Questions 1-5

Look at the reviews of books (A-H).

Match each question 1-5 with a boob review (A-H). Write your answers in boxes 1-5 on the answer sheet.
You may use any letter more than once.

Which books deals with cooking?
1 Which book is detective fiction?  
2 Which book handles commercial matters?  
3 Which book teaches about past history?  
4 Which book is written by a sporting personality? 
5 Which book attempts to predict future discoveries in the field of medicine? 

Questions 6-9

Read the Reading Passage 1 about a new way to get legal information.

Choose the correct letter A-D for questions 6-9.
Write your answers in boxes 6-9 on the answer sheet.

6 Dial-A-Law is
A a group of solicitors.
B a law college library.
C a legal telephone service.
  D a legal Internet message bank.
7 Dial-A-Law will
A give legal counselling.
B inform listeners about particular legal subjects.
C suggest to clients which solicitor they should see.
  D supply advice on difficulties concerning the law.
8 Dial-A-Law is available to customers
A at any time.
B on weekdays only.
C during business hours.
  D for thirty minutes at a time.
9 The Legal Referral Service will
A A recommend a legal consultant.
B nominate three solicitors in the client's vicinity.
C choose the best of three solicitors for the client.
  D decide whether the client must pay for a legal problem.

Questions 6-10

Do the following statements agree with the information given in the text 'Legal information on call'?

In boxes 6-10 on your answer sheet, write

TRUE if the statement agrees with the information
  FALSEif the statement contradicts the information
  NOT GIVEN if there is no information on this
10 The client can be transferred to a solicitor at any time.  
11 The first consultation with a solicitor is always free.  
12 The client must write letter of referral for the solicitor.  
13 The solicitor will advise the client of the expense involved in a legal matter.  
14 The client should take the first solicitor offered.