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PRUEBA DE CERTIFICACIÓN DE
NIVEL AVANZADO
INGLÉS
2010

CONVOCATORIA EXTRAORDINARIA

DESTREZA:
COMPRENSIÓN ORAL
Datos del candidato
Apellidos:
Nombre: Nº Orden :
EOI de: Modalidad: Oficial Libre

No abra el cuadernillo de examen hasta que se lo indique su profesor.
Escuchará la audición de cada tarea dos veces. Tendrá dos minutos
aproximadamente al principio de cada tarea para leer las instrucciones y las
preguntas, y unos instantes al final para considerar sus respuestas.
Las respuestas deben escribirse con bolígrafo negro o azul (no con lápiz), y en el
espacio indicado. No escriba en las zonas sombreadas.
Haga todas las tareas. Al principio de cada tarea hay un ejemplo ilustrativo con el
número cero.
Entregue todo el papel de borrador utilizado dentro del cuadernillo al final de la
prueba.
Permanezca en su asiento hasta que el profesor indique el final de la prueba.


Puntuación en la destreza por tareas:
Tarea 1: _______ puntos
Tarea 2: _______ puntos

____ / 20 Apto [12] – No Apto

Task 1
(Audio: 5’ 26”)

You will hear part of an interview with the author of a book about the North of England.
As you listen, complete the information using an appropriate word or short phrase.
You will hear the recording twice. Write your answers in the box on the right. Sentence
0 is an example.
Marking: 10 x 1 = 10 marks

NORTH OF ENGLAND


0 The author has been living in the north for
__________.
A QUARTER OF A
CENTURY



1 The interviewer asks if the legend regarding
extremely ________________ still exists.


2 On the food front, the author describes fish & chips
as one of the ________________ of the north.


3 Although the interviewer grew up in London, his
father is from Yorkshire, so he is
________________.


4 A lot of the books written about the north recently
have focused on the _________________ of the
north.


5 The author states that the north needs to paint up its
good and __________________ side.


6 One characteristic of people from the north that
southerners should adopt is being
________________, more chilled-out.


7 If you divide London up into localities the people are
friendly, which is not most people’s
________________ when they are passing through.


8 Recent memoirs which have been written about the
north are cheerful and don’t __________________
the difficulties and problems they had.


9 Lots of southern students come up north to study
because they perceive the universities in the north
________________.


10 Immigrants in the north include Irish, Jews and
________________.


Adapted from © The Guardian.co.uk (podcast)

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Task 2
(Video: 5’ 10”)

You are going to watch a video about “CHARLES DARWIN”. As you listen, answer the
following questions. You will watch the video twice. Write your answers in the box.
Question 0 has been answered as an example.
Marking: 10 x 1 = 10 marks
DARWIN

0 When did Darwin begin his voyage on the Beagle?
IN 1831


1 What did Darwin hope to do during his journey?


2 What were both his notebooks and mind full of
when he returned to England?


3 What did he collect, apart from samples and
drawings of plants and animals?


4 What, unknown to Darwin, would his years on the
Beagle be the start of?


5 What idea gradually became clear to him?


6 What did Darwin’s brother urge him to do?


7 What was his father’s job?


8 According to the naturalists of the time, how was
each individual species usually created?


9 What was Darwin's new way of thinking a mark of?



10 What did Darwin have to overcome before he
presented his ideas to the world?

Adapted from © http://www.youtube.com
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