Saturday, June 1, 2019

B1.1-Reading-Test 12

Read the article about Corryvale Farm.
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). For questions 1-7, check the correct answer A, B or C.

Corryvale Farm Corryvale Farm

Corryvale Farm is in the west of England. Stephen and Jenny Bladder keep cows and chickens and sell milk and eggs. But most of their money comes from Jenny's sheep.

She has 50 sheep and each one has enough wool for six sweaters. Every six months, Stephen cuts this wool off the sheep so they won't get too warm. Five years ago, Jenny made some sweaters with the wool and tried to sell them at country markets. But it was summer and the weather was hot so people didn't want to buy sweaters. She then made some socks. Everybody loved them because they were cheap, strong and easy to wash.

That's how Jenny's business started. At first she made the socks at home, but soon she had thousands of customers so she had to send the wool to a factory, where all the socks are now made on machines. There are six colours, five sizes for all ages, and different socks for walkers, sportsmen and skiers. Jenny is busiest at Christmas because Corryvale socks are a favourite present. On the walls of Jenny's office, there are lots of letters from happy customers all over the world.
0. The Blacklers earn more from their sheep than from their other animals.
1. Jenny only gets wool from her sheep once a year.
2. It took Jenny a long time to make the sweaters.
3. Jenny couldn't sell the sweaters because it was the wrong time of year.
4. Jenny decided that socks were easier to make than sweaters.
5. Corryvale socks are still made on the farm.
6. You can't buy Corryvale socks for children.
7. People from many different countries buy Corryvale socks.

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