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C

A too general
B non-linked
D part of C

C

C

A->the story tells about a particular house in the UK
B->same above
D->a problem related to solar panels is solved by the advent of the Powerwall

C

B

C

It is about the development of a new form of energy, issues with it, the ways that people use this energy. so, it seems to me that C is the correct answer. D is a part of it, A is not strong enough to be the answer "this may be the starting point for an energy revolution in the UK" , and B is too general.
Looking at this statement, and using keyword table, we will find that C is more probable. *this may be (could) the starting point (herald) for an energy revolution (energy revolution) in the UK*

The answer is C - New device could herald energy revolution.

DR-Ali

It seems you are right as the keyword technique works goods!

C

I think correct answer is C.

D

B
It has not directly something to do with revolution, I guess.In addition, the sentence cannot try highlight the problem related to tech, but I think the passage wants to show how much Wales made progress in terms of achieving new technology.

C

C

c

I would say C!

C

D

Hi,

C

THanks

c

A too general
B not related with the text
C i think its correct answer
D its the topic for second paragraph, so its the part of the general topic

D is my answer

C because in paragraph 01, it stated " the revolution energy in UK" and in paragraph 02 they claimed about the developing solar panels on these days.

C is the answer
A and B are merely mentioned.
D is only about the second paragraph, it is a part of C.

C: "this MAY BE the starting point for an energy revolution in the UK"
A the revolution has not yet occur.
B- "forefront"-? no sentence support for this
D- just be a part of paragraph and not to be the main idea.

C

I think the correct answer is C.

At the beginning it refers to the starting point of technology revolution and then the new device. It means that the device may be the starting point of the revolution.

hi Simon

C is the answer...

Hi simon C is the answer

C. However, from now, energy produced but not used during the day will charge the Powerwall and can then be used to provide them with the energy they need when they’re at home and their lights, music centres, computers, televisions and myriad other devices need feeding.

C

C hype=herald ? ! New advice = myraid other advice ? !

Herald=need feeding ( herald :messenger,Sign going to happen)

CORRECT ANSWER FROM SIMON:

C
new device = a cutting-edge bit of kit
could herald = may be the starting point

As a few people said above:
A - too general
B - the article isn't about technology in Wales
D - one specific detail, but not the subject of the whole article

C

A too general
B not focuson Wales
D it's one of detail, but not whole

C is the correct answer in my view

C is a correct answer

Dear Simon
Is it possible in IELTS reading to take the word as an answer according to the meaning of the text even if it is not written in the text?

Dear Simon now,I'm confused seem key words anywhere everyWhere??

C is a correct answer

A - " MAY BE the starting point for an energy revolution in the UK. "

B - Not specific

D - A reason for C

C

c

C

C is the answer

A-Could not happen
B-Not linked
D-Problem solved later.

B?

C
New device = a cutting edge bit of kit
Could heral = may be the starting point

C


plz, provide more sample...

Can I get your Email address Dear Simon sir???

Actually i didn't get it,how C about the whole article??? where is the key word?

guy i am confused about the question !
which question we must focus ,
1- Read the following article, and choose the best title from the list below.
Or
2- Choose title A, B, C or D. Can you explain why the others are wrong?
the second question is confused me.
please help

C

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