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

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  1. Sample answers for IELTS general reading yes/no/not given mock test
  2. Answers for the IELTS General Reading Yes/No/Not given - &Question 1
  3. Answers for the IELTS General Reading Yes/No/Not given - &Question 2
  4. Conclusion

Find the sample answers for the IELTS general reading yes/no/not given mock test in this post. If you have not yet attempted the mock test, try it right now to see your preparation level.

Answers for the IELTS General Reading Yes/No/Not given -  Question 1

(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. Yes

Explanation: Paragraph 1 - The probe indicates which side of the equator you rely on the direction of the water cycle in the plug-hole.

2. No

Explanation: Paragraph 2 - According to Homo sapiens, it is estimated that 5 to 30% of the population are left-handed and that the number of males is higher than that of females. 

3. No

Explanation: Paragraph 3 - According to Homo sapiens, it is estimated that 5 to 30% of the population are left-handed and that the number of males is higher than that of females. 

4. Yes

Explanation: Paragraph 3 - Prejudice against the left hand has been around since old times and is intertwined with the spiritual beliefs and superstitions that still exist in daily speech.

5. Yes

Explanation: Paragraph 4 - The unreasonable term Southpaw, by contrast, originated from the Chicago Baseball Stadium, where pitchers meet west, so the left-handed player's pitching arm is to the south.

6. Not given

Explanation: Writer did not mention the population rate of right-handed people.

Also, read IELTS general reading tips

Answers for the IELTS General Reading Yes/No/Not given -  Question 2

(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. No

Explanation: Paragraph 1 - The nineteenth century was a time of amazing technological growth in Britain, and significant transformations in shipping took place from air to steam energy and from wood to iron and steel.

2. Yes

Explanation: Paragraph 1 - The quickest commercial sailing ships of all time were the Clippers, three-mast ships constructed to carry goods around the world, yet carried fewer passengers. 

3. Yes

Explanation: Paragraph 1 - Although numerous have been constructed, only one stays more or less the same. The Cutty Sark is currently on show in Greenwich, southeast London.

4. Not Given

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

5. No

Explanation: Paragraph 4 - Willis' company was involved in the tea trade between China and Britain, where quickness could bring returns and reputation to shipowners, so the Cutty Sark was created to sail faster than any other ship. 

6. Yes

Explanation: Paragraph 4 - The crew had the difficult task of fixing the rudder at sea and were only successful on the second try. Cutty Sark arrived in London a week after the thermopile.

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Also, check other IELTS general reading question types for your reference. Attempting the mock test lets you correct your mistakes and helps you to solve the IELTS general reading yes/no/not given question with ease. This will also make a big difference in your IELTS general reading score.

Find IELTS general reading yes/no/not given list of questions 

Also, check IELTS general reading yes/no/not given tips

Conclusion

Taking a mock test and checking the answers instantly will bring you more interest in preparing for your exam. So, do not stop attempting mock tests. Until you feel confident in your preparation for the IELTS exams. 

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