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CPE PROFICIENCY ANSWERS

CPE PROFICIENCY ANSWERS

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C:\Richard\Projects\Updates\Answer Keys\Keys 1 & 3 0300 June 2001.doc
Paper 1: ReadingComprehension
1 B6 C11 A16 B21 A26 C31 B36 C2 A7 B12 C17 A22 B27 A32 C37 C3 B8 A13 A18 D23 C28 D33 D38 D4 A9 D14 D19 A24 D29 B34 A39 A5 D10 C15 B20 C25 A30 C35 B40 BOne mark for each correct item 1-25 is given, and two marks for each correct item 26-40. The total score is then adjusted to give a mark out of 40.
Paper 3: Use ofEnglishQuestion 1
Total 20 (one mark for each correct answer)1.connected / linked8.damage15.see / view2.differ / vary9.mature / advanced16.from3.at10.in / through17.come4.H/however N/nevertheless / N/nonetheless11.abilty / capacity18.right5.near / beside alongside / amongst(st) / (a)round12.enjoy / like19.being6.stage / age / point13.make20.else7.with14.those / ones
Question 2
Total 13 (marks for each portion as shown; some variations in answersallowed)a)circumstances1am I willing / prepared / going to refund
OR
will I / shall I refund1(2)b)competition1between the two companies for the (overseas) contracts
OR
between the two companies to obtain / get / win etc. the (overseas) contracts1(2)c)arrive in / get to / have arrived in / got to New Zealand1
correct completion e.g.
they will have been flying (for) / the flight will have lasted(for)1(2)
 
C:\Richard\Projects\Updates\Answer Keys\Keys 1 & 3 0300 June 2001.doc
d)the temperature (of the ocean) / the ocean temperature (gets)the fewer the species (we find)
OR
the fewer (the) species we find1(1)e)checking the manuscript carefully / carefully checking the manuscript
OR
(her / Marys / a) careful checking / careful check of the manuscript1did Mary find the mistake / was the mistake found1(2)f)relief Jonathan found the / his keys1(1)g)on / about / as to / regarding / concerning which job you take / to take1is (all) yours
OR
is up / down to you1(2)h)the / this house belong to previously / formerly / before
OR
the / this house use to belong to1(1)
Question 3
Total 6 (one mark for each correct answer; some variations in answersallowed)a)(big / warm etc.) round of(1)b)a loss for(1)c)will have (already) started / begun(1)d)nothing to do
OR
nt (got) / not got anything to do(1)e)it can’t / won’t / couldn’t have been
OR
it cant / wont / couldnt be(1)(f)time (that) he bought / got etc.(1)
Question 4
Total 8 (marks as shown; some variations in answers allowed)a)Following his / her / a serious injury in the first race, the athlete was taken tohospital
OR
Following the serious injury (that / which) he / she suffered in the first race, theathlete was taken to hospital1(1)
 
C:\Richard\Projects\Updates\Answer Keys\Keys 1 & 3 0300 June 2001.doc
b)Bill was falsely accused / accused falsely of cheating / having cheated / being acheat1(1)c)His books are always (very) favourably / well received (by the critics)
OR
His books have always received (very) favourable reviews (from the critics)1(1)d)It is beyond me / my comprehension / my understanding why this novel is sopopular
OR
The popularity of this novel / This novel’s popularity is beyond me / myunderstanding / my comprehension
OR
(The reason) why this novel is so popular is beyond my understanding / my comprehension1(1)e)
Any correct with
against his will / wishes1(1)f)The monkeys’ diet / food
(correct use of apostrophe essential)
consists (mainly)of fruit
OR
The food (which / that) the monkeys get / are given consists (mainly) of fruit1(1)g)(I thought) the student’s reply / the way the student replied (to the teacher)bordered on rudeness / the rude / being rude1(1)h)I’ve / have always got on / along (well) with my neighbours
OR
My neighbours and I have always got on / along (well)1(1)
Question 5
Total 26a)
paraphrase of
bizarre
e.g
. because of their strangeness
ORparaphrase of
nonsensical
e.g.
they don’t make sense
ORidea of
dream images have no connection with real life1(1)b)to show how peculiar / strange dream images are // how difficult it is to realise its relevance for everyday life1(1)c)the symbols are not real words1(1)d)because dream symbols can change their meaning from one person to another
OR
because dream symbols have their origins in a person’s (past / present) experience1(1)e)
paraphrase of
trivial symbol
e.g
. the symbols may seem unimportant
paraphrase of
most potent / most telling
e.g.
the symbols may represent importantideas11(2)f)images which are drawn from the dreamers everyday / daily activities1(1)

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