Academic Reading Test 5 Part 3

Reading Passage 3 has five sections, A-E.
Choose the correct section for each main idea from the list of main ideas given below.
Write the correct number; i-vii, in boxes 27-31 on your answer sheet.

List of Headings
i. How Americans would interpret the non-verbal behaviour of foreigners
ii. How Africans would interpret the non-verbal behaviour of American volunteers
iii. Non-verbal behaviour of foreigners in Africa
iv. Five channels of non-verbal communication as identified by the writer
v. A word of warning from the writer
vi. Non-verbal fluency as necessary as linguistic fluency
vii. Why one needs to learn about intercultural behaviour

27. Section A ___

28. Section B ___

29. Section C ___

30. Section D ___

31. Section E ___

Choose the correct letter A. 8, C or D.
Write the correct letter in boxes 32-36 on your answer sheet.

32. In Ethiopia, to call someone, one can ___

33. The assumption that leads to an ignorance about intercultural behaviour is ___

34. Which one of these is not listed as part of the suggested training in non-verbal behaviour? ___

35. A linguistically fluent visitor to a new country is likely to offend the locals if ___

36. Which one is not true about the five channels of non-verbal communication? ___

Do the following statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage 3? In boxes 37-40 on your answer sheet, write

TRUE if the statement agrees with the information
FALSE if the statement contradicts the information
NOT GIVEN if there is no information on this

37. One of the Peace Corps volunteers was understood as treating the Ethiopians like dogs.

38. In a New York restaurant, banging on a table to call for service is usual.

39. A foreigner's license allows visitors to make mistakes when travelling in a new country.

40. A linguistically fluent visitor will also have non-verbal fluency.

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