GT Reading Test 28 Section 1 - Advertisements, Microwave Oven & Guided Walks
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GT Reading Mock Test 28:
Section 1: Question 1-20
Read the text below and answers to the questions 1-20 on your answer sheet.
GT Reading: "Advertisements" & "General Instruction: Microwave Oven" & "Guided Walks and Nature Activities"
There are 5 advertisements (A-E) below. Read the advertisements and answer Question 1-6.
IT’S YOUR CHOICE
Buy a Burger, Get the same one
You are invited to enjoy a special treat at Jaspar’s Macquarie Plaza. Simply present this coupon with your next order and when you purchase the burger of your choice it will be our pleasure to give you another burger of the same variety absolutely FREE! Valid only at Macquarie and ONE voucher per customer per day.
Jaspar’s Macquarie Plaza
Expires 9th May 2018. Cannot be used with any other Jaspar’s offer. Eat in or Takeaway
| Level 3, next to the cinema complex |
Fine Italian Food
B.Y.O Eat In – Takeaway
OPEN Lunch – Dinner
Now: Better Menu – Food – Service Superb
Winter Dishes and Dessert
Perfect for Parties
Separate party rooms and choice of set menu available
For 10-80 people and value for $$$
Phone: 271 8600 12 Oxford St. EPPING
| Opp. PO. Ample parking |
BYO 693 2258
No Corkage 693 2260
DINNER 7 NIGHTS
• 10% discount on takeaways
• Free home delivery (local areas only)
• Banquet – only $16.50 per person
• Separate party’ room (up to 90 people)
| 63-65 John Street, RYDE |
Dante Trattoria, Shop 4, Spring Centre,
| Soldier’s Road, Neutral Bay. Ph: 953 1212 |
OPEN: 8 am-midnight
CUISINE: Italian influence, menu changes every four months. Breakfast includes toast, pancakes, smoked salmon, scrambled eggs, gourmet sausages and fruit; light meals and lunch menu includes pasta, salad, crepes, seafood, soups, focaccia, burgers, desserts.
PRICES: Breakfast $4.50 – $8.90 Lunch $6.90-513.90
ATMOSPHERE: Relaxed and quiet. Patrons can dine inside or out.
CREDIT CARDS: Yes
Are you looking for some healthy alternatives to your menu? Join our creative and nutritious three-week program conducted by qualified professionals, including delicious tastings and demonstrations.
Starting Wednesday, May 10 at 7.15 pm.
Centre for Health Management
SYDNEY DAY HOSPITAL
BOOK NOW 748 9696
There are 5 advertisements A-E in the text above.
Answer question 1-6 by choosing the correct advertisements.
Select the appropriate advertisements and write A- E in boxes 1-6 on your answer sheet.
1. Which advertisement is not for a restaurant?
2. Which advertisement offer facilities for parties up to 90 people?
3. Which restaurant states that it serves breakfast?
4. Which restaurant will give you an extra serving if you present the coupon?
5. Which restaurant does not offer a takeaway service?
6. Which restaurant will bring the food you order to your house?
Read the instruction on how to use a Microwave Oven below and answer questions 7-12.
The following text is a series of general instructions for using a microwave oven. Part of each instruction is underlined.
In boxes 7-12 on your answer sheet write:
E if the underlined section gives an EXAMPLE of the instruction.
R if the underlined section gives a REASON for the instruction.
CR if the underlined section is a CORRECT PROCEDURE.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USE OF YOUR MICROWAVE
Example Do not boil eggs in their shell (unless otherwise stated).
7. Whilst heating liquids which contain air (e.g. milk or milk-based fluids), stir several times during heating to avoid spillage of the liquid from the container.
8. Potatoes, apples, egg yolks, whole squash and sausages are all foods with non-porous skins. This type of food must be pierced before cooking. to prevent bursting.
9. Do not dry clothes or other materials in the oven. They may catch on fire.
10. Do not cook food directly on glass oven tray unless indicated in recipes. Food should be placed in a suitable cooking utensil.
11. Do not hit control panel. Damage to controls may occur.
12. Clean the oven, the door and the seals with water and a mild detergent at regular intervals. Never use an abrasive cleaner that may scratch the surfaces around the door.
Read the text "Guided Walks and Nature Activities" below and answer questions 13 -20.
Kuringai Chase National Park
Guided Walks and Nature Activities
SUNDAY MAY 7: EASY
Early Morning Stroll in Upper Lane Cove Valley.
Meet at 7.30 am at the end of Day Rd, Cheltenham while the bush is alive with birdsong.
Round trip: 4 hours.
FRIDAY MAY 12: MEDIUM
Meet 7.30 pm at Seaforth Oval carpark. Enjoy the peace of the bush at night. Lovely water views. Bring a torch and wear non-slip shoes as some rock clambering involved. Coffee and biscuits supplied.
Duration: 2 hours.
SUNDAY JUNE 4: HARD
Bairne / Basin Track.
Meet 9.30 am Track #8, West Head Road. Magnificent Pittwater views. Visit Beechwood cottage. Bring lunch and drink. Some steep sections. Reasonable fitness required.
Duration: approx. 6 hours.
FRIDAY JUNE 16: EASY
Poetry around a mid-winter campfire.
Meet 7.00 pm Kalkaari Visitor Centre. Share your favourite poem or one of your own with a group around a gently crackling fire. Billy tea and damper to follow. Dress up warmly. Bring a mug and a rug (or a chair).
Cost $4.00 per person.
Duration: 2.5 hours
SUNDAY JUNE 25: EASY
Morning Walk at Mitchell Park.
Meet 8.30 am, entrance to Mitchell Park, Mitchell Park Rd, Cattai for a pleasant walk wandering through the rainforest, river flats and dry forest to swampland. Binoculars a must to bring as many birds live here. Finish with morning tea.
Duration: 3 hours.
EASY: suitable for ALL fitness levels
MEDIUM:for those who PERIODICALLY exercise
HARD: only if you REGULARLY exercise
Below is a chart containing some of the Kuringai Chase Park Nature Activities.
Fill in the blanks using information from the brochure “Guided Walks and Nature Activities”.
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS in boxes 13-20 on your answer sheet.
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