TYPE OFEXAM/QUESTION | • What's the reading lesson about? | • What kind of reading lessons are? | • What kind of excercices does it has?| • What kind of vocabulary does it haddle? | • How is it Evaluate? | • How much time does it take? |
BEC HIGHER | | | | | As a nomal test | 1:30 minutes |
BEC VANTAGE | It talks about work |Are lessons with multiple options to complete sentences | Compleat sentences. | Work vocabulary and uncommon words | As a normal test | 1:00 hour |
BEC PRELIMINARY | | | | | As a normal test |1:00 hour |
Child workers, some as young as 10, have been found working in a textile 1) __________ in conditions described as close to slavery to produce clothes thatappear destined for one the major high street 2) __________.
Speaking to a British newspaper, the children described long hours of 3) __________ work and threats and beatings. The company said it wasunaware that clothing intended for its 4) __________ had been improperly 5) __________ to a 6) __________ that used child labour. It further announced it had withdrawn the garments involved until it hadinvestigated the alleged 7) __________ of the 8) __________code it imposed on manufacturers three years ago.
The discovery of these children working in appalling conditions in the Shahpur Jat area ofDelhi has renewed concerns about the 9) __________ by some large retail chains of their 10) __________production to India, recognised by the United Nations as one of the worlds's hotspots for childlabour. According 11) __________ one 12) __________, over 20 per cent of India's economy is 13) __________on children, which comes to a total of 55 million youngsters under 14 working.
14)__________ in the West should not only be demanding answers from retailers about how their 15) __________ are produced but also should be looking into their consciences at how they spend their money and whether...