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Monday, July 08, 2019

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Not Given
True
False

Not Given
True
False

False
True
Not given

NG
T
F

1. NOT GIVEN: (There is no information about patients who live alone).
2. TRUE: (The second sentence on the first paragraph shows that Transition care may be given on health facility such as a separate wing of a hospital).
3. FALSE: (There is an assurance in the last sentence that your place in the aged-care home will be held until you return).

1 NG
2 T
3 F

1. False
2. True
3. False

1. NG
2. T
3. F

1. NG
2. T
3. F

1. NG
2. T
3. F

1. NG
2. T
3. F

1)not given
2)true
3)false

1. not given
2. not given
3. false

1. Not given
2. True
3. False

1. Not given
2. True
3. False

1. NG
2. T
3. F

1.NG
2.T
3.F

NG
F
F

1. Not Given
2. True
3. False

The explanations were given/provided by @Victor Darlington Omeje.

1. Not given
2. True
3. False

1.Not Given
2.True
3.False

1. NG
2. True
3. False

i dont know when to choose NG and when to choose FALSE, plz give me some advice

1- Not given
2-True
3-False

Hi, @mars ; If the answer is 'false', whether the information contained in the paragraph is false or true, it must contain this information. However, if the answer of paragraph is 'not given', it does not have relevant information.

pleas give me advice also . me reading score is going down now

1. NG
2. T
3. F

@ece thanks for your help, i'll try to do that in my further exercises, i think it's helpful

1.TRUE
2.NOT GIVEN
3.FALSE

1 False
2 True
3 Not given

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. Not given (no information)

2. True (on a hospital site = such as a separate wing of a hospital)

3. False ("your place will be held" means you won't lose your place)

1.Not given
2. true.
3. false

Ng
T
F

Not Given
True
False

false
true
not given

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