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雅思G类阅读练习(3)

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小编摘要:雅思G类考试虽然与A类相比难度有所降低,但是由于G类的性质不同,其评分要求也比较严苛。平时多练习才是考高分的诀窍。下面来让我们练一练这篇阅读吧。

Questions 1-13

Read the passage below and answer Questions 1-6

    
School rules

A Pupils are required to be in   their classrooms by 8.30 a.m. each morning for registration.   Pupils coming late will be punished accordingly. Pupils may not leave the   school grounds during the normal working day without permission. During study   periods and recreation students in the sixth form may leave the school   grounds provided that parents have given written authorization at the   beginning of the year.

B Students must come to school in   proper attire. If this basic rule is not observed, the school reserves the   right to refuse entry to any student.
 
 
C The school strongly disapproves   of pupils taking paid employment. It should certainly never interfere with   school activities, and will not be accepted as an excuse for missing any   school commitment.

D In the case of a pupil being   absent from school. please telephone on the first day in all instances. Messages   can be left on the answering machine before 7.30 a.m. or you can send an email to the   school address to reach us by 8.30 a.m. at the latest.

E Except in the case of illness,   students are expected to be present for the entire school year. Routine medical   and dental appointments should be arranged so as not to conflict with school   commitments, as should family travel.

F The school regards the   completion of careful and regular work at home as an indispensable part of   the cubiculum. Every pupil has a study plan outlining his/her evening   obligations day by day and parents are asked to ensure that their child has a   suitable place and time in which to do the work prescribed. If a pupil   appears to be doing too little work. parents should contact the form teacher   at once.

G Homework can be excused only   after the receipt and approval by the teacher concerned of a letter from a   parent setting out the reasons. Social engagements are not acceptable as an   excuse. It is essential that pupils endeavour to catch up on any missed work   as soon as possible.

H During the holidays the school   and its grounds are out-of-bounds for all pupils, unless accompanied by a   teacher. Pupils visiting the school's sports hall or any of the school's   grounds or taking part in a school visit of any kind, whether in term or in   the holidays, are subject to school rules.

I No pupil may drive a car or   motorbike within the school grounds without permission from the headmaster.   Permission to come by bicycle should be obtained from the form teacher. Bikes   must be walked onto the school grounds. Cycle helmets must be worn and lights   used after dark. Rollerblades, roller skates and skateboards are not   permitted within the school grounds at any time.

J Bicycles must not be chained to   the school railings. Any bicycles brought onto school grounds should be   clearly labelled with the owner's name and must be left locked in the bicycle   sheds provided.

K Parents are strongly advised to   put name tags on their children's belongings. The school cannot be held   responsible for any loss or theft of students' property. Students must keep   track of their belongings and not leave them lying around unattended.


Questions 1-6

The reading passage has eleven rules labelled A-K. Which rule contains the following information?

Write the correct letter A-K next to Questions 1-6 below.

NB You may use any letter more than once.

1.      information about what to do if your child cannot attend school
2.      the person to contact about how much homework your child should be doing
3.      advice about how students can keep their bicycles secure
4.      the school's opinion about schoolchildren working to earn money
5.      details of what parents should do if their child cannot complete their homework
6.      rules about visiting the school property outside of school time

Questions 7-13

Read the passage below and answer Questions 7-13.

    
School of independent Study

The   University's Independent Study online and correspondence courses offer you   the flexibility to reach your educational goals without giving up your life.   The study materials you use in your course have been developed by the   university faculty so the material you cover is the same as in the courses   offered on campus. The only difference is that you can study and take tests   when it's convenient for you.
Tuition and fees
The   Independent Study tuition fee is $115 per course. Students may take as many   courses as they want. There is a shipping and handling fee of $30 for each   course. All Independent Study students must purchase a Study Guide at a cost   of $30. The university also charges a connectivity fee of $12 per course.   Students enrolling for the first time will be charged a $9 per course   Academic Excellence fee; for returning students this fee is just $3 per   course. A $15 Academic Records fee is charged once each term, regardless of   the number of courses taken. This fee entitles a student to free replacement   copies of end-of-course documentation for life. Tuition and fees for   out-of-state students are the same as those of local residents.

Time limits
A   course can be 6nished in a minimum of two weeks per module and must be   6nished in a maximum of four weeks. For example, if your course has three   modules you must remain in it for a minimum of six weeks and a maximum of   twelve weeks. If you need to meet a deadline, you should take these minimum   and maximum periods into account. These periods are calculated from the elate   you receive your 6rst lesson from the Independent Study office. Modules cannot   always be completed in the minimum amount of time. You need to make sure that   you know whether your instructors are on vacation at any stage during your   enrolment, as this could affect the return of assignments, exams and 6nal   grades. Your enrolment is valid for nine months, which begins on the day we   post your enrolment application.


Questions 7-13

Look at the following statements. Next to Questions 7-13 write

TRUE if the statement agrees with the information
FALSE if the statement contradicts the information
NOT GIVEN if there is no information on this

7  The course content offered through the School of Independent Study is different to the other
    courses the university offers.
8  Students will receive all course materials by post.
9  The Study Guide is optional for Independent Study students.
10 Students will need to pay for extra copies if they lose their final certificate.
11 Students are able to complete each module in less than two weeks.
12  Students may take four weeks to complete a module if necessary.
13  Some modules take longer than two weeks to complete. 

  
Answers:   1D      2 F    3 J    4C    5G    6H
7 False  8 Not given  9 False  10 False
11 False  12 True  13 True
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