Cara menjawab sesi Reading Cambridge 4, test 4, no. 36-40 | IELTS Eddy Suaib

Cara menjawab sesi Reading Cambridge 4, test 4, no. 36-40

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Pertanyaan nomor 36-40 (YES, NO, NOT GIVEN)

Cara saya menjawab pertanyaan sesi YES, NO, NOT GIVEN pada Cambridge 4, test 4. Mungkin cara ini juga cocok bagi Anda. Ada 2 langkah :

  1. Temukan kata kunci pada bacaan,
  2. Setelah menemukan kata kunci, bacalah dengan teliti. Terkadang dibutuhkan kemampuan Paraphrase untuk menemukan jawaban yang tepat.

Pertanyaan no. 36:
Personal liberty and independence have never been regarded as directly linked to health-care.

People are not in a position to exercise personal liberty and to be self-determining if they are poverty-stricken, or deprived of basic education, or do not live within a context of law and order. In the same way, basic health-care is a condition of the exercise of autonomy.

Jawaban: NO

Pertanyaan no. 37:
Health-care came to be seen as a right at about the same time that the limits of health-care resources became evident.

Just at the time when it became obvious that health-care resources could not possibly meet the demands being made upon them, people were demanding that their fundamental right to health-care be satisfied by the state.

Jawaban: YES

Pertanyaan no. 38:
In OECD countries population changes have had an impact on health-care costs in recent years.

The second set of more specific changes that have led to the present concern about the distribution of health-care resources stems from the dramatic rise in health costs in most OECD countries,…

Jawaban: YES

Pertanyaan no. 39:
OECD governments have consistently underestimated the level of health-care provision needed.

… in OECD countries as a whole, health costs increased from 3.8% of GDP in 1960 to 7% of GDP in 1980, and it has been predicted that the proportion of health costs to GDP will continue to increase.

Jawaban: NOT GIVEN

Pertanyaan no. 40:
In most economically developed countries the elderly will have to make special provision for their health-care in the future.

… in most OECD countries, accompanied by large-scale demographic and social changes which have meant, to take one example, that elderly people are now major (and relatively very expensive) consumers of health-care resources.

Jawaban: NOT GIVEN

Ref. Cambridge Practice Test for IELTS 4

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