Saturday, December 8, 2018

B1.1-Reading-Test 4

Read the article about the Edinburgh Festival.
Are sentences 1-7 'Right' (A) or 'Wrong' (B)?
If there is not enough information to answer 'Right' (A) or 'Wrong' {B), choose 'Doesn't say' (C).

Most house burglaries happen between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m, say the police.
Inspector Ian Saunders told our newspaper that the number of house burglaries has gone up by more than 30% compared with last year. He also said that 67% of burglaries happen when people have gone out and forgotten to close a door or a window.
He went on to report that night-time burglaries are unusual because families are usually at home at that time. But he said that winter afternoons are the best time for burglars because it is dark and they can't be seen easily. Also many houses are empty at that time, because people are often still at work. Inspector Saunders said that it is a good idea to leave lights on in living rooms and bedrooms when you go on holiday. This will help to keep burglars away. He also asked neighbours to watch the other houses in the street when people are not at home. They should call the police if they see anything strange. 'We will also tell you how to make your house safe', Inspector Saunders said. 'This kind of help costs nothing'.

0. Most burglaries happen in the morning.

1. The number of house burglaries is the same as last year.
2. Most burglars are men.
3. People sometimes make things easy for burglars.
4. The summer is more difficult for burglars.
5. Burglars don't usually go to houses with lights on.
6. Burglars usually drive cars.
7. You have to pay for information from the police.
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