IELTS Reading 6 - Passage 2
Improve your English reading skills
It is silly to lose marks because you didn't check the instructions; for example, gapfill questions can have a limit of one, two or three words.
You may not have time to check all the answers but in written answers make sure that you have spelled words correctly, especially those that you copy from the passage. You will lose marks for misspelling.
Complete the table below.
Choose NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS from Reading Passage 2 for each answer.
|Smell||toothed||no||evidence from brain structure|
|baleen||not certain||related brain structures are present|
|Taste||some types||poor||nerves linked to their are underdeveloped|
|Touch||all||yes||region around the blowhole very sensitive|
|Vision||yes||probably do not have stereoscopic vision|
|dolphins, porpoises||yes||probably have stereoscopic vision and|
|yes||probably have stereoscopic vision forward and upward|
|bottlenose dolphin||yes||exceptional in and good in air-water interface|
|boutu and beiji||poor||have limited vision|
|Indian susu||no||probably only sense direction and intensity of light|
|Hearing||most large baleen||yes||usually use repertoire limited|
|whales and whales||yes||song-like|
|toothed||yes||use more of frequency spectrum; have wider repertoire|
Answer the questions below using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS from the passage for each answer.
22Which of the senses is described here as being involved in mating?
23Which species swims upside down while eating?
24What can bottlenose dolphins follow from under the water?
25Which type of habitat is related to good visual ability?
26Which of the senses is best developed in cetaceans?