IELTS Reading Academic takes 60 minutes. There is a total of 40 questions to answer. It consists of 3 or sometimes 4 reading passages. IELTS Simulator helps the users to practice exam.

IELTS READING – Beyond the blue horizon S18AT3

IELTS SIMULATOR ONLINE IELTS READING EASY DEMO - Beyond the blue horizon Ancient voyagers who settled the far-flung islands of the Pacific Ocean.
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Beyond the blue horizon

Ancient voyagers who settled the far-flung islands of the Pacific Ocean.

An important Q2 archaeological discovery on the island of Efate in the Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu has revealed traces of an ancient seafaring people, the distant ancestors of today’s, Polynesians. The site came to light only by chance. An agricultural worker, digging in the grounds of a derelict Q1 plantation, scraped open a grave – the first of dozens in a burial ground some 3,000 years old.

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IELTS READING – Autumn leaves S18AT2

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Autumn leaves

Canadian writer Jay Ingram investigates the mystery of why leaves turn red in the fall.

A One of the most captivating natural events of the year in many areas throughout North America is the turning of the leaves in the fall. The colours are magnificent, but the question of exactly why some trees turn yellow or orange, and others red or purple, is something which has long puzzled scientists.

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IELTS READING – The Context, Meaning and Scope of Tourism S18AT1

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The Context, Meaning and Scope of Tourism

A – The history of travel

Travel has existed since the beginning of time, when primitive man set out, often traversing great distances in search of game, which provided the food and clothing necessary for his survival. Throughout the course of history, people have travelled for purposes of trade, religious conviction, economic gain, war, migration and other equally compelling motivations.

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IELTS READING – When evolution runs backwards S17AT3

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When evolution runs backwards

Evolution isn’t supposed to run backwards – yet an increasing number of examples show that it does and that it can sometimes represent the future of a species.

The description of any animal as an ‘evolutionary throwback’ is controversial. Q6 For the better part of a century, most biologists have been reluctant to use those words, mindful of a principle of evolution that says ‘evolution cannot run backwards.

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