Sample answers for the IELTS academic reading yes/no/not given mock test

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  1. Sample answers for the IELTS academic reading yes/no/not given mock test 
  2. Answers for the IELTS academic reading yes/no/not given -  Question 1
  3. Answers for the IELTS academic reading yes/no/not given -  Question 2
  4. Answers for the IELTS academic reading yes/no/not given -  Question 3 
  5. Answers for the IELTS academic reading yes/no/not given -  Question 4 
  6. Conclusion 

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Answers for the IELTS academic reading yes/no/not given -  Question 1

1. No 

Explanation: Paragraph 1 - Caves are naturally occurring underground places that are accessible to humans.

2. Not given 

Explanation: The particular information is not found in the passage.

3. Yes 

Explanation: Paragraph 1 - …such as those on the tiny basalt volcano; and those formed in lava flows, where the molten core has drained away to form rough tunnels.

4. No 

Explanation: Paragraph 2 - Many sections of New Zealand have limestone of various ages, ranging from recent geological eras to more than 450 million years ago,... 

5. Yes 

Explanation: Paragraph 3 - Rainwater percolates down to the water table through the soil and fissures in the underlying rocks, filling all cavities and pores below.

6. Yes 

Explanation: Paragraph 4 - The stream that built most caverns can still be found.

7. No 

Explanation: Paragraph 5 - Gardner's Gut, Waitomo, is divided into two sections with over seven kilometers of tunnels between them. 

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Answers for the IELTS Academic Reading yes/no/not given -  Question 2 

1. Yes 

Explanation: Paragraph 1 - They are designed to detect the presence of smoke and emit a loud alarm in the case of a fire,... 

2. No 

Explanation: Paragraph 1 - They are designed to detect the presence of smoke and emit a loud alarm in the case of a fire, giving you enough time to flee.

3. No 

Explanation: Paragraph 3 - Most battery-powered smoke alarms do not require expert installation and can be installed by the homeowner. 

4. Not given 

Explanation: Paragraph 3 - Smoke alarms work best when they're mounted on the ceiling, near or in the center of the room or hallway.

“Smoke alarms work better when it is fixed on the ceiling” is mentioned in the passage. But, no information is available, on whether it can be fixed anywhere in the house or not.

5. Yes 

Explanation: Paragraph 4 - Any quantity of photoelectric smoke alarms may be disposed of in the household waste. 

6. No 

Explanation: Paragraph 4 -  You may dispose of ionization alarms in your household rubbish if you have fewer than ten. If you have more than ten to get rid of, contact your local government.

you have to contact the local government only if you want to dispose of more than ten.

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Answers for the IELTS Academic Reading yes/no/not given -  Question 3  

1. Yes 

Explanation: Paragraph 1 - Archaeological and fossil data were once utilized to study the origins and dispersal of human populations. 

2. No 

Explanation: Paragraph 1 - The 'archaeology of the living body,' or the hints discovered in genetic material, is now providing the finest evidence on early population movements.

3. Yes 

Explanation: Paragraph 4 - During a twenty-year span, Williams and his colleagues sampled the blood of approximately 5,000 American Indians in western North America. 

4. Yes 

Explanation: Paragraph 4 - All Central and South American Indians are descended from the first Paleo-Indian wave, which occurred more than 15,000 years ago.

5. Not given  

Explanation: The particular information is not found in the passage.


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Answers for the IELTS Academic Reading yes/no/not given -  Question 4  

1. Yes 

Explanation: Paragraph 1 - Algae that live in the sea or brackish water are known as seaweeds. 

2. No

Explanation: Paragraph 2 -  Red and brown algae are virtually exclusively marine, but green algae can be found in both freshwater and on land.

3. Yes 

Explanation: Paragraph 1 - There are around 10,500 different types of seaweeds, with 6,500 of them being red algae.

4. No 

Explanation: Paragraph 2 - The term "sea-vegetables" is now commonly used to describe marine algae utilized as food. 

5. Yes 

Explanation: Paragraph 3 -  Dulse is a red alga that is consumed on both sides of the North Atlantic. 

6. Not given 

Explanation: The particular information is not found in the passage.


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Conclusion 

Attempting the mock test several times aids you to solve the IELTS academic reading yes/no/not given question with ease. You can also correct your answers instantly by checking the sample answers on this page. Prepare yourself to score high on the IELTS academic reading test. 

 

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