general reading practice test 22 National Cycle Network , ROADS-THE FACTS , St. Trinian’s Collage , TRANSFER TO ANOTHER INSTITUTION , THE PANDA’S LAST CHANCE ielts exam

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general reading practice test 22 National Cycle Network , ROADS-THE FACTS , St. Trinian's Collage , TRANSFER TO ANOTHER INSTITUTION , THE PANDA'S LAST CHANCE

Questions 1-7 apply to the reading passage ‘National Cycle Network’

ROADS FOR PEOPLE! HELP CREATE A

National Cycle Network

The figures speak for themselves. Over 20 million cars are registered in Britain and road traffic is projected to at least double by the year 2025.

Twice as much traffic on your roads …. Imagine it !

Yet many more people would choose to make their shorter journeys by cycle  —- if only the road conditions felt safe.

now , an answer to this problem is being created.

THE 5000-MILE NATIONAL CYCLE NETWORK

For fifteen years, Sustrans — it stands for ‘ sustainable transport’ — has been building traffic-free routes for cyclists and walkers , often through the heart of towns and cities. Several hundred miles are now completed, using disused railway lines , canal towpaths, riversides and unused land . As a civil engineering charity , we work in partnership with local authorities and landowners.

We are now promoting a true national network, composed a traffic-free paths, quiet country roads. on-road cycle lanes and protected crossings.

Safe cycling networks already exist in many parts of Europe—- including Denmark, Germany , Switzerland and the Netherlands. Europeans are often astonished at the roads dangers we put up with here.

A Danish cyclist is ten times less likely to be killed or seriously injured– per mile cycled — than a cyclist in Britain. Extensive National and local cycle routes there are supported by slower traffic systems on surrounding roads.

A National cycle network for Britain can help transform local transport for the twenty-first century. With your help, it really is achievable! Make a donation Now!

Question 1 and 2

Answer the questions by choosing the appropriate letters A-D and writing them in boxes 1-2 on your answer sheet.

1 Sustrans is

A   a local authority

B   a construction company

C   a civil engineering charity

D   a cycle network

  1. How many cars are expected to be on Britain’s roads in 2025?

A     one million

B     more than 40 millions



C     exactly 40 millions

D     twice as much traffic

Questions 3-7

Answer the questions using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS  from the text for each answer. Write your answers in boxes 3-7 on your answer sheet.

3 How many miles of the network have already been completed?

  1. At where are other European cyclists surprised that British cyclists accept?

5.In addition to cycle netwroks, what does Denmark have to protect cyclists ?

  1. How can people help create a national cycle network in Britain ?

  2. Apart from cyclists, who benefits from the work of Sustrans ?

general reading practice test 22 National Cycle Network , ROADS-THE FACTS , St. Trinian’s Collage , TRANSFER TO ANOTHER INSTITUTION , THE PANDA’S LAST CHANCE

general reading practice test 22 National Cycle Network , ROADS-THE FACTS , St. Trinian’s Collage , TRANSFER TO ANOTHER INSTITUTION , THE PANDA’S LAST CHANCE

general reading practice test 22 National Cycle Network , ROADS-THE FACTS , St. Trinian’s Collage , TRANSFER TO ANOTHER INSTITUTION , THE PANDA’S LAST CHANCE

general reading practice test 22 National Cycle Network , ROADS-THE FACTS , St. Trinian’s Collage , TRANSFER TO ANOTHER INSTITUTION , THE PANDA’S LAST CHANCE

 

 

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