Cambridge 3 Test 1 Passage 1 Reading Solved/ The Rocket- East to West (2023)


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Hello students, my name is manchet singh.

And today we're gonna discuss the reading the rocket from east to west.


And this is from cambridge book, three test one and passage and uh, our first question is.

Okay, uh.

This is all about headings and uh, this is from para b.

And the answer is four okay under developed for centuries.

And the first question lies in para b, and which is in from the first line again, para b from first line and an intellectual breakthrough brilliant, though it may be does not automatically ensure that the transition is made from theory to practice.

And what they are saying in this para is they get, of course, an intellectual breakthrough brilliant to be in, despite the fact that rockets had been used sporadically for several hundred years.

Of course, rockets for several hundred years ago.

Civilization, these artifacts are just a minor artifact.


Second, one.

Second, one answer is first how the reaction principle works.

And he answered he and is is in the first para, sorry, c.

Para first line, a simple analogy can help us to understand understand how a rocket operates.

And then they discuss about, uh, how it works.

Okay and answer slides in just first line you don't need to, you know, go through with the whole para.

And most of the time, the answers of headings are lies in on the first line itself.

And the third one is the third one.

The third one is in uh, the answer third, one is fifth.

Okay, fifth heading and uh, this is the first rockets.

Okay? Well, first of all, uh, they discuss about the black powder.

Okay, which is uh, linked to the rocket or the invention of rocket.

And uh, this is in the first line you get the invention of rocket is linked inextricably development to produce incendiary.

Projectiles incendiary is related to uh, projectile related on the antenna.

Think of many sorts, like explosive, grenades possibly cannons to repel the enemy, take care of the enemy only and the next one next one, isn't, uh, actually, uh.

The answer of next one is seventh.

Okay, rockets for military use.

And they clearly mentioned that they use rockets, uh for military use.

And this is an e paragraph and especially indians used it against the britishers.

They mention it in the para.

And I think you should uh go through from the first line.

Okay, it was not until the 18th century that europe became seriously interested in the possibilities of using rocket itself as a weapon of war, not just to propel other weapons again.

Okay, the first first part of the which is and prior to this rockets were used only in a pyrotechnic displays and the incentives, uh for the more aggressive use of rocket.

Uh came came not from within the european continent.

But from far away india whose leaders had built up a corpse of rocket ears and used rockets.

You know, they used guitarsy rockets successfully against the british in the late 18th century, but oh ho bought shortest.

Again, of course, sorry.

The fifth question, I'm, sorry, actually, this is my first video and that's.

Why I'm a little bit, you know, nervous and I'm making mistakes, actually, not the nervous.

Okay, the greatest outcome of discovery.

And actually they mention it in all the paras, but uh, let's, go through uh from the first pharah.

Yeah, however, it was until the discovery of the reaction principle.

The reaction principle, the koji, which was the key to space travel.

And so represents one of the great great great milestones in the history of scientific thought that rocket technology was able to develop okay via develop and the next the next one and then sixth era, uh in which uh.

The question is according to text again, the greatest progress in rocket technology was made from the late 19th century to the present, an intellectual breakthrough first line, brilliant, though it may be does not automatically ensure that the transition is made from theory to practice.

Despite the fact that rockets had been sporadically used for several hundred years.

They remained a relatively minor artifacts of civilization until the 20th century 20th centuries, just became minor artifacts again.

And then another last paragraph since then there have been huge developments in rocket technology and open with devastating results in the forum of war.

Nevertheless, the modern day space programs owe their success to the humble beginnings of those in previous centuries together previously algorithm, 18th centuries, politically used, whereas in the 19th century, but they come into theory to practice on in which year again, which century that is 20th century.

When they you know, seriously, uh begin their task, or, you know, they start using rocket technology to get to do something else rather than just displaying their.

You know, art, okay.

And then nevertheless, the modern day space programs or their success to the humble beginnings of their or those in previous centuries.

Okay, let's move on to the next question, seventh period.

Okay, who made this? Uh develop this ticket.

These things like rocket for display, a course, chinese are the ones those use it for display and then seventh one black powder.

Black powder is linked to look at the chinese.


This is in d.

Paragraph the invention of rockets is linked inextricably with the invention of black powder again, most historians of technology credit the chinese with its discovery.

Of course, they are the one who discovered it.

Okay, chinese this isn't d.

Paragraph first lines, okay, d.

Sorry, eighth question, rocket, propelled arrows for fighting.

Of course, they also used it against the I don't know, the enemies they get.

This is in the from the d.

Paragraph first page last two lines to start girl, the rocket propelled arrows for fighting to use chinese.


The chinese relied on this type of technological, uh development to produce incendiary projectiles of many sorts coffee scientists here at kardashian, explosive grenades, possibly cannons to ripple their enemies.

And one such weapon was the basket of fire, which they are mentioning or as directly others, translated from chinese.

The arrow arrows like flying leopards.


They used it against the enemies and then, uh, the next one tenth, the rocket launcher.

Okay, the rocket launcher sorry.

Rockets as war weapons.

You get the ninth one, uh, which is from india.

We already mentioned it here, uh in the question, four.

And this is an e.


Okay, uh.

You can read from the start.

But uh, they, you know, particularly mentioned from the third line that prior to this rockets were used only in pyrotechnic displays and the incentives for those for the more aggressive.

Use of rockets came not from within the european continent.

But from far away india whose leaders had built up a corpse of rocketeers and used rockets successfully against the british british in the late 19th, 18th century, sorry, okay.

And the next one tenth the rocket launcher who used it the rocket launcher.

And this is a kind of e better to get the americans.

The americans used it.

And this is an e, para and e.


Last six lines you can read from the last six lines.

The americans from here, the americans developed a rocket complete complete with its own launcher to use against the mexicans in the mid 19th century.

Okay, americans are the ones generally used guitar.

Uh, rocket launcher.


They are using, uh, projectiles, some kind of incendiary projectiles, the chinese one.

But the rocket launcher did a proper rocket launcher.


Okay, eleventh one, the chinese basket of fire.

We already mentioned it.

Okay, on the second page.

I think in the second or third line, this is written in the second or third line basket of fire, but diagrams.


But the diagram.

We take a second page.

The third line tomorrow.

Okay, the 0.7 meter long arrows basket of fire data.

I already mentioned cards again, like arrows, like flying leopards.

And the 0.7 meter long arrows.

Each with a long tube of gunpowder attached near the point of each arrow and could be fired from a long, octagonal, octagonal shaped hexagonal galaxy, octagonal shaped basket at the same time and had a range of 400 paces.

Okay, I don't know about the paces that what type of units they are mentioning, but 0.7 meter long arrows.

And here, the b, the the option b, consists 0.7 meter long arrows, because because these are the one meter time, the arabs had developed the egg, which moves and burns removed.

And this egg was apparently full of gunpowder here here, egg zone, full of gunpowder and stabilized by 1.5 meter tail.

And it was fired using two rockets attached to either side of the tail.

And this is the only one was having, you know, uh, the rockets on the either side of the you know, the long, uh bamboo.

I don't know that is, uh, that was the bamboo or some kind of iron rod or something like this.

Okay, the thirteen one thirteen won the indian rocket.

And this is, I think the most difficult part because you know we need to choose from the one.

Okay, which one is the indian rocket and uh, okay.

Let's try to read it.

Okay, first and indian rocket, uh described here.

I think here, um, this is 13th one.



One is from the you know from the third line start reading for the third line.

Prior to this rockets were used only in pyrotechnic displays and the incentives for the more aggressive.

Use of rockets came not from within the european continent, but from far away india and whose leaders had built up a corpse of rocketeers and used rockets successfully against the british in the 18th century.

And the indian rocket used against the british were described described by a british captain serving in india as an iron envelope, iron envelope.

You get about 200 meters long, 200 millimeters long, sorry, that means that's like 20, uh centimeter.


And I think 20 centimeter.

Okay, let's read again, you get 200 millimeters long and 440 millimeters in diameter with sharp points at the top with a pointed sharp and three meter long bamboo guiding the stick.

That means we need to look out, uh, look for the bamboo.

Take a three meter long bamboo.

I think this is the three meter long rambo two to five.


Other ones are bigger again.

This is also the smaller bigger.

I think this one f, sorry, the g1 g is the answer now actually the diagrams here are some kind of wrong.

I think they are misprinted.


I think, uh, uh.

I have to check the other readings.

Okay, the prince.

Okay, 14th the british barrage.


Okay, uh.

Sorry, uh, it's, correct, it's already.

Correct that one? Okay, oh, I was confused.

Okay, uh.

The three meter long bamboo here is this is an f paragraph.

So you know, I grab the app option 14th the british barrage rocket.


And this is described here.

Okay? The actually the wider one, this is the wider when the bamboo is is too long.

I think it's longer than the indian one.

And this is also mentioned in the uh.

I think from the second third, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, nine flying from the ninth line.

Uh, in the early 19th century, the british began to experiment with incendiary barrage rockets when it started rocket differed from the indian version in that.

It was completely encased in a stout.

I don't know what stout is it's kind of a.

I think it's a hard coating.

Okay, iron cylinder.

Terminating in a conical head.

Okay, cross conical head and measuring one meter in diameter again, one meter in diameter, the upper part and having a stick almost five meters long and constructed in such a way that it could be formally attached to the body of the rocket.


This one g1 has, you know, the 5 meter long bamboo.

I think attached to it attached with the upper part, and they launched it.

Okay? And this is our reading guys.

And if you have any doubts, uh, please tell me in the comments, I'll, try to resolve it and have a good day.


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