What can we learn about Nepal from the passage?
Governmental schooling could reach even the most remote rural villages
In 2011, just more than 50% of its population were able to read and write
It currently has the population of just under 10 million people
It used to have higher literacy rates than 31 other countries in the world
Knowledge: Reading Comprehension
What can we learn about Nepal from this reading?
A. Government education can reach even the most remote rural villages.
B. In 2011, just over 50% of the population could read and write.
C. It has a population of a little under 10 million people.
D. It used to have a higher literacy rate than 31 other countries in the world.
Info: The World Bank ranks Nepal as the globe’s 31st poorest country, with almost 10 million people living on daily incomes between £1.48 and £2.50. Many rural villages remain unreached by government schooling and adult literacy stood at just 60 percent in 2011.
The World Bank ranks Nepal as the 31st poorest country globally, with nearly 10 million people living on a daily income of £1.48 to £2.50. Many rural villages still have no government education and the adult literacy rate was only 60% in 2011. => A, B, D wrong