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Published: 15/08/2014
B2 C1 | ELT | Reading
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IELTS-style question – the Turing Test

An exercise based on the 'Identifying writer's views' (True / False / Not Given) question in IELTS Academic Reading.    
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Lucy Palmer
Lucy Palmer
Thank you, Janice, for pointing out this typo. I've now changed 'the' to 'one' in the question section.
Posted on 26th August 2014
Janice Smith
Janice Smith
Thanks for this resource, but please note that there is (presumably) a typo. Question 4 is originally worded as follows: "If the computer wins THE game, it has passed the test and can be considered to have a human level of intelligence". In the answer section, the question is repeated, but this time it has been changed to "If the computer wins ONE game, it has passed the test and can be considered to have a human level of intelligence". This is not a trivial error, as the word "one" is the sole justification for the correct answer "False".
Posted on 19th August 2014

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