Sample answers for IELTS academic reading diagram labelling mock test

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Table of Contents

  1. Sample answers for IELTS academic reading diagram labelling mock test
  2. Answer for IELTS academic reading diagram labelling mock test - Question 1
  3. Answer for IELTS academic reading diagram labelling mock test - Question 2
  4. Answer for IELTS academic reading diagram labelling mock test - Question 3
  5. Answer for IELTS academic reading diagram labelling mock test - Question
  6. Conclusion

Here you will find the sample answers for the IELTS academic reading diagram labelling mock test.  Take this test to attain good band in the IELTS academic reading section.


Answer for IELTS academic reading diagram labelling mock test for Question 1


MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS

(Note: The text in italics is from the reading passage and shows the location from where the answer is taken or inferred. The text in the regular font explains the answer in detail.)

  1. Growth/ being
    Explanation: Paragraph 2 - The first four levels, from the bottom, are termed as deficiency needs or D-needs, while the top level is referred to as growth needs or being needs or B-needs.
  2. Deficiency
    Explanation: Paragraph 2 - The first four levels, from the bottom, are termed as deficiency needs or D-needs, while the top level is referred to as growth needs or being needs or B-needs. 
  3. Survival
    Explanation: Paragraph 3 -  ... physiological needs are at the first level as physical survival is our most basic requirement. These are the biological requirements of the human body to survive, such as food, water, air, and sleep. 
  4. Respect
    Explanation: Paragraph 3 - Esteem needs come in at the fourth level ... One is self-esteem or esteem for oneself, which include mastery, achievement, independence and dignity and the other is the desire for respect from others ...
  5. Potential
    Explanation: Paragraph 3 - At the fifth and highest level of the hierarchy pyramid, are the self-actualisation needs. These refer to self-fulfilment, personal growth, the realisation of one’s full potential as a person and aspiring to attain that.

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Answer for IELTS academic reading diagram labelling mock test for Question 2

The First Aircraft

(Note: The text in italics is from the reading passage and shows the location from where the answer is taken or inferred. The text in the regular font explains the answer in detail.)

  1.  cruciform (tail)
  2.  Kite
  3.  6 degrees
    Explanation: Paragraph 2- He also made the first true airplane which was actually a   glider with a (2) kite fixed on a pole at an (3)angle of incidence of 6 degrees and had a (1) movable cruciform tail attached with universal joints.
  4. (the) wings
    Explanation: Paragraph 5 - The Wrights brothers' 1903 airplane was made up of the wings that generated most of the lift and held the plane in the air.
  5.  Rudder
    Explanation: Paragraph 5- At the rear of the aircraft was a rudder which controlled the side to-side movement of the nose, also called yaw.
  6. Propellers
    Explanation: Paragraph 5- They used twin pusher propellers that were located behind the wings and turned by a small gasoline-powered internal combustion motor. The propellers were meant to overcome the airplane drag and generate the thrust.
  7. Pitch
    Explanation: Paragraph 5- The aircraft had an all-moving elevator at the front that controlled the up and down movement of the nose which is called pitch.
  8. Roll
    Explanation: Paragraph 5- The up and down movement of the wings known as roll was provided by twisting the tips of the wings to change the lift on the outer sections of the wing.

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Answer for IELTS academic reading diagram labelling mock test for Question 3

The Structure of a Tick

(Note: The text in italics is from the reading passage and shows the location from where the answer is taken or inferred. The text in the regular font explains the answer in detail.)

  1. Capitulum
    Explanation: Paragraph 2: The structure of a hard tick can be divided as the capitulum, which looks like the head on the tick's body and comprises three parts. These are the mouthparts that protrude forward from the body, which is called the idiosoma.
  2. Hypostome
    Explanation: Paragraph 2: The hypostome is a barbed needle-like structure near the mouth between the chelicerae ...
  3. Chelicerae
    Explanation: Paragraph 2: The capitulum has two chelicerae which are the cutting organs with hook-like barbs that face outward.
  4. Claw
    Explanation: Paragraph 3: The idiosoma includes four pairs of legs. Each leg is covered in short, spiny hairs with a tiny claw at the end.
  5. Festoons
    Explanation: Paragraph 2: The rectangular folds along the rounded posterior of the body in hard ticks are called festoons.
  6. Scutum
    Explanation: Paragraph 2: Hard ticks have a shield like protection (scutum) on the upper surface.

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Answer for IELTS academic reading diagram labelling mock test for Question 4

BEES

(Note: The text in italics is from the reading passage and shows the location from where the answer is taken or inferred. The text in regular font explains the answer in detail.)

  1. Forewing (or) forewings
    Explanation: They have four single wings. The largest are called forewings and the smallest hindwings.
  2. Antennae
    Explanation: At the front of the head are two antennae for sensing their environment.
  3. Hindwing (or) hindwings
    Explanation: They have four single wings. The largest are called forewings and the smallest hindwings.
  4. Pollen basket
    Explanation: The hind legs are specialised for collecting pollen – each leg is flattened to form a pollen basket near the end.


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