# Reading 1 Mini Test Avcb3

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### Q2 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.

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The correct answer is A because the sentence states that Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton spent a day in a freezer at a temperature of -30Â°C to prepare for their trip to the North Pole. This implies that they were able to tolerate the extreme cold at the North Pole because they had already experienced colder temperatures in the freezer.

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### Q3 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.

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The correct answer is C. The explanation for this answer is not available.

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### Q4 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.

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Explanation
The correct answer is C. The explanation for this answer is not available.

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### Q5 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.

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Explanation
The correct answer is B. The question is asking for the missing word that correctly completes the sentence. Looking at the context of the sentence, "they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole," it suggests that the missing word should be something that contrasts with being tired or hungry. The word "because" fits this context and completes the sentence meaningfully.

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### Q6 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.

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Explanation
The correct answer is A. The explanation for this answer is that the passage mentions that Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton walked to the North Pole, indicating that they reached their destination. The passage also states that a plane took them straight home from there, further confirming that they successfully completed their walk to the North Pole. Therefore, option A is the correct answer.

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### Q7 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.

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Explanation
The correct answer is A. The explanation for this answer is not available.

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### Q8 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.

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Explanation
The correct answer is B. The explanation for this answer is that the passage states that more men have walked on the moon than to the North Pole. This implies that walking to the North Pole is a rare and difficult feat, while walking on the moon has been achieved by more people. Therefore, answer B, which states that walking to the North Pole is a rare event, is the correct answer.

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