GT Reading Test 3 Section 1 - Dining Out & Electricity Account Payment

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Section 1: Question 1-13


General Training Reading Sample: Dining Out & Electricity Account Payment


You are advised to spend 20 minutes on Questions 1-13.

Questions 1-7:

Look at the three restaurant advertisements below. Answer the questions below by writing the letters of the appropriate restaurants (A-C) in boxes 1-7 on your answer sheet.

Example                                                   Answer

It stops serving lunch at 2.30 pm.                  B         

1. It is open for breakfast.
2. It is open every night for dinner.
3. It is only open for lunch on weekdays.
4. It has recently returned to its previous location.
5. It welcomes families.
6. It caters for large groups.
7. It only opens at weekends.

D I N I N G   O U T

Dining Out- Restaurant advertisements

Questions 8-13:

Read the information given in 'New Electricity Account Payment Facilities' below and look at the statements (Questions 8-13).

In boxes 8-13 on your answer sheet write:

TRUE            if the statement is true
FALSE          if the statement is false
NOT GIVEN if the information is not given in the passage

Example                                                          Answer

You must pay your account by mail.                  FALSE

 8.  If you want a receipt, you should send your payment to the Southport address.
 9.  You may pay your account at branches of the Federal Bank.
10. You must pay the full amount, instalments are not permitted.
11. The Coastside Power Office is open on Saturday mornings.
12. You may pay your account by phone using your credit card.
13. There is a reduction for prompt payment.

 

NEW ELECTRICITY ACCOUNT PAYMENT FACILITIES
AVAILABLE FROM' JULY 1998

After 1 July 1998, you may pay your electricity account in any of the following ways:

1. Payments via mail:

                (A) No receipt required:
                      Mail payments to:
                                                    Coastside Power
                                                    Locked Bag 2760
                                                    Southport NSW 3479

                (B) Receipt required:
                      Mail payments to:
                                                   Coastside Power
                                                   PO Box 560
                                                   Northbridge NSW 3472

2. Agency payments (payments directly to the bank):
Payments can be made at any branch of the Federal Bank by completing the deposit slip attached to your account notice.

NB: This facility is no longer available at South Pacific Bank branches.

3. Payments directly to Coastside Power Office:
Payments can be made directly to Coastside Power Office at 78-80 Third Avenue, Northbridge. Office hours are Monday to Friday, 8.30 am to 4.30 pm.

Payment may be by personal cheque, bank cheque or cash.

Note: Payments cannot be made by phone.
 

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Bharath
12/13.
Jai
It's false because the passage mentions the weekdays' timings at the power office but doesn't say anything about Saturday. So if the weekdays' timings weren't given here, then it will be 'NG'. But when the question asks if it is open on Saturday, then it contradicts with the passage. So it will be 'F'.
Darshan
12/13 in 10 Minutes.
Kiran
Tremendous exercise...
Manju Lakha
13/13.
Kunwar
13/13 in 8 minutes.
Anna
It's an easy passage. Is the general reading always like that or was this just a practice test?
Mathar
As you said, credit option is not accepted, but the sentences match with the question which mode of payment? - the passage says personal cheque, bank check or cash. Again the question says credit card, but the answer to the same question says personal cheque, bank check or cash it contradicts the questions but the information given. So it's false.
Ali
Because the question mention weekdays which means working days from Monday to Friday and the restaurant is open from Tuesday to Friday. So the answer is "B".
Jith Thomas
Tuesday to Sunday is also weekdays, right? Any working day is a weekday.