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2. LISTENING COMPREHENSION

DURADA / DURACIÓN: 25 min.

PUNTUACIÓN TOTAL: 30

60%: 18

NOTA: _____

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Correctors / correctores: 2.

Task 1 You will hear a radio programme where health issues are discussed. The idea is for youngsters to learn to prepare simple dishes 5. Decide whether Mary the presenter or David Morrison have made the following statements and put a cross X in the right column (6 X 2 =12 points) David Mary Teacher only (12) Example When I was in school I had compulsory Maths and Science 1. You will hear each part twice. Please read the instructions carefully. You will have time at the beginning of each task to read the instructions and at the end to check your answers. The government are rather worried 2. There aren’t enough people to teach Cooking 3. INTERMEDIATE LEVEL. Jamie Oliver should be knighted Adapted from a BBC radio health programme X 2/ 2 2008 .ING_NI_CO_08 LISTENING COMPREHENSION TASKS. Learning to cook should have been taught 30 years ago 6. Making young people aware now will make a difference to their future 4. ENGLISH EXAM 2008 There are three parts to the test.

Find room for some extra luggage she has. and then writing the correct letter in the boxes below. at a play 5. sometimes nobody manages to get the cheese b. 5. he doesn’t have a guest room in his flat. 2. 2. at a ballet c.ING_NI_CO_08 Task 2 You will hear people talking in six different situations. Where does she work? a. her money back? c. at a hotel b. Example You hear this woman talking to a shop assistant. B or C. Does the woman want a. The first one is an example. c. You hear a man talking about the flat he lives in. He says that a. Where are they? a. 3. a nightclub on a ship 4. c. to buy another item? 1. (5 x 2 = 10 points). According to what she says… a. contestants hardly ever suffer any serious injuries Teacher only Example: 1. at an arts festival b. You overhear two people talking. You are on a plane. 4. he can’t afford to move to a bigger place. You hear a woman taking about her job. CHOOSE THE RIGHT ANSWER BY UNDERLINING A. What does the passenger want her to do? a. he has a pet. Cambridge 3/ 3 2008 . You hear a woman talking to a flight attendant. b. to exchange something she bought? b. Get her a free seat for her further down the plane b. Help her choose a gift for her niece. Total (10) A Adapted scripts from Going for Gold Upper Intermediate. 3. Channel your English MM and 1st Certificate Exams. Longman . You hear a woman talking about an unusual festival. c. medical assistance is not available during the event c.

For questions 1 to 4 COMPLETE the sentences with the missing information. but didn’t like travelling. which explains why he was very happy being on his 4) ___________________________ board with his characters. 3. Despite being very successful. You will hear the recording twice. Teacher only 1. 4.ING_NI_CO_08 TASK 3 You will hear a short extract from the middle of a radio programme about Charles Schulz. It was published in 2600 papers in 21 languages. At its peak the strip reached 300 million readers in 1) ________________________ . but not with his fame. the creator of the Peanuts comic strip. anxiousridden man who was comfortable with his 3) ___________________________ . He suffered from a condition called agoraphobia. Total /8 Adapted from New Zealand radio programme 4/ 4 2008 . Charles Schulz was an 2) _____________________________ . 2.800 comic strips and became a national icon. which can be ONE OR TWO words. (4 x 2 = 8 points) EXAMPLE In the 1950s a young man from the mid-west developed a cartoon strip called Peanuts. In the next 50 years he drew 17. whose best-known character is Snoopy.