CELPIP Reading Apply a Diagram Commute Options

CELPIP Reading Apply a Diagram Commute Options

CELPIP Reading Apply a Diagram Commute Options

This Reading Module has 8 questions similar to the kinds of questions that you can expect to find on an actual CELPIP Test. Practice Celpip Test Reading Apply a Diagram Commute Options

Part 1

Directions: Read the following poster. Answer the questions by choosing the best word or phrase to complete the sentence, referring to the ad when necessary.

reading to apply a diagram commute options train first-class

scenic trip along the coast

free wi-fi internet
Price: $ 260- return ticket

Duration: 4 hr, 25 min
reading to apply a diagram commute options bus no checked baggage allowed

no washrooms, no stops

only morning trips to Seattle
Price: $ 100- return ticket

Duration: 3 hr, 30 min
reading to apply a diagram commute options plane in-flight snack

free movie entertainment

airport close to town
Price: $ 240- return ticket

Duration: 45 min
reading to apply a diagram commute options car freedom to explore the city

no need to pay for cabs to and from hotel
Price: $180 (90/ each) -for gas

Duration: 4 hours


Part 2

Subject: Seattle conference presentation
To: Janice Wong <jwong@ubc.ca>
From: Peter Kull <pkull@ubc.ca>

Hi Janice,

You will find attached our presentation file. It’s ready! celpipmaterial.com

I’ve also done some research on travel. Remember, the conference is a week away and we haven’t decided how to get there yet. Here are our options. Buses are the 1. _________ because the fleet is old and there are no stopovers. The train seems more relaxed and we have plenty of time to get some work done if needed. It 2. _________ than I had expected, especially when compared to airfares. Plus, the 3. _________ is far from the hotel. Flying would save us time, and the airport is close to the hotel and the university in case we want to visit Dr. Kitayama. Lastly, I really wouldn’t mind 4. _________ My car is economical and would give us flexibility to 5. _________

After all, we have both worked so hard on this project! celpipmaterial.com

Best,
Peter

Q1.

A. most desirable
B. most flexible
C. least comfortable
D. least effective

Q2.

A. is priced lower
B. costs more
C. is less convenient
D. seems slower

Q3.

A. airport
B. station
C. parking lot
D. stop celpipmaterial.com

Q4.

A. cabbing
B. flying
C. driving
D. taking the bus

Q5.

A. commute
B. go sightseeing
C. go to the conference
D. go to the hotel


Part 3

Directions: Answer the questions by choosing the best word or phrase to complete the sentence, referring to the poster and to the table when necessary. celpipmaterial.com

Q6. Peter and Janice

A.work together
B.are friends
C.are neighbours
D.live together

Q7. The main purpose of the trip is

A.to attend a business meeting
B.to visit a tourist attraction
C.to speak at a conference
D.to visit a doctor

Q8. Peter seems

A.sympathetic
B.apathetic
C.cooperative
D.unhelpful


CELPIP Reading Apply a Diagram Commute Options Answers

Q1. least comfortable

Q2. costs more

Q3. station

Q4. driving

Q5. go sightseeing

Q6. work together

Q7. to speak at a conference

Q8. cooperative


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