Reading Apply a Diagram Vancouver University
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 Vancouver University
Directions: Read the following advertisement. Answer the questions by choosing the best word or phrase to complete the sentence, referring to the ad when necessary.
Join the Club!
Oct. - Apr.
Team size: 20
Sept. - Apr.
One weekend per month
Group size: 30
Sept. - Mar.
Team size: 4
It was great to meet you during the ice-breaker activities last weekend! I hope your classes are off to a good start. You mentioned wanting to get involved in some extracurricular activities. I think that would be a great way to make the most of your exchange semester! I just saw this poster in the gym and thought I would send it to you. It provides some options for sports this winter. I think it would be a great experience for you to get involved in some cold-weather activities while you’re here in Canada. You probably don’t have winter sports back in Brazil, right?
Don’t worry if you don’t know anything about these sports! They’re just for recreation which means they’re not too 1. __________ [A. expensive. B. competitive. C. difficult to learn. D. much fun] Hockey is pretty much the most Canadian thing you could do, but 2. __________ [A. you would need to learn how to skate. B. it is the most expensive. C. the rules are hard to learn. D. it’s not much fun] Skiing would be really awesome because you would go with a big group once a month. The only downside is that 3. __________ [A. you might be too busy to do that. B. you might not like it. C. there might be too much snow. D. it’s the most expensive option] That being said, 4. __________ [A. you can definitely afford it. B. you get a free lunch when you go skiing. C. it has a longer season than the other options. D. skiing is too dangerous] Do you know what curling is? It looks like a pretty boring sport, but it’s actually a lot of fun! It is definitely 5. __________[A. the most expensive option. B. the cheapest option. C. not worth it. D. too hard to learn]
Anyway, let me know if you want to join one of these activities, and I could probably sign up with you!
All the best,
Directions: Answer the questions by choosing the best word or phrase to complete the sentence, referring to the e-mail and to the table when necessary.
Raymond is trying to 6. ________ [A. flirt with Paula. B. discourage her from winter activities. C. find a study partner. D. help her get involved in extra-curricular activites]
Raymond thinks 7. ________ [A. Paula is not used to cold weather. B. wants to be his girlfriend. C. will not have enough time for activities. D. Paula is poor]
Raymond is offering to 8. ________ [A. pay for the cost. B. teach her how to skate. C. join her in the activity. D. be her study partner]
CELPIP Reading Apply a Diagram Vancouver University Vocabulary
Ice-breaker activity (activity to make friends)
Extra-curricular activity (an activity not related to schoolwork)
Recreation (just for fun, not too competitive)
CELPIP Reading Apply a Diagram Vancouver University Answers
1. B – competitive
2. A – you would need to learn how to skate
3. D – it’s the most expensive option
4. C – it has a longer season than the other options
5. B – the cheapest option
6. D – help her get involved in extra-curricular activites
7. A – Paula is not used to cold weather
8. C – join her in the activity