Tuesday, August 13, 2019

B1.1-Reading-Test 20

Read the article about a young racing driver. 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.

Jann Mardenborough Jann Mardenborough

Jann Mardenborough has loved cars since he was given a toy one as a baby. He loved them so much that when he was eight his father took him to a place where children race small cars called karts. Staff at the kart centre told Jann he drove so welt he might one day become a racing driver. Unfortunately, the kart centre closed soon afterwards, and th ere wasn't another one near enough to his home that he could get to.

As he couldn't race karts any more, ]ann decided to try computer racing games. After lots of practice, he became very good. However, he never told his parents what he was doing. Then, one day, when he was 18, he told them that he was one of the top ten winners of a computer racing competition. They were very surprised. His prize was to drive a real car in a race against the other nine top players.

It was ]ann's first time in a racing car, but, amazingly, he won the race! The prize this time was a free course to learn to be a racing driver. He did really well, and has found a job driving in a racing team.
0. Jann's love of cars started with a toy.
1. When he was a child, workers at the kart centre said Jann was a good driver.
2. Jann stopped racing karts because he became bored with it.
3. Jann was good at computer racing games immediately.
4. Jann played computer racing games with school friends.
5. Jann told his parents about the computer competition after it ended.
6. The people Jann raced against were from different countries.
7. Jann's parents had to pay for his driving course.

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