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STANAG STANAG 6001 6001
ТЕСТ СЛУШАЊА
ТРАЈАЊЕ: 35 - 45 минута
УПУТСТВO ЗА КАНДИДАТЕ
Не отварајте ову књи»иuу pок не pоõијете pоsвоnу pе»урноr nрофеcора.
Уnиuите cвоју uифру на наsна¬еном меcту.
Треõа pа оprоворите на сва nитања.
Снимак cе cnуuа једном.
Rреnору¬ује cе pа на nитања оprоварате 1оkом сnymаnа.
Oдrовоpе numu1е y овy knuxuuy.
На kpајy 1ес1а hе1е uма1u nе1 мuнy1а sа npенос одrовоpа y Oõpаsаu sа одrовоpе.
Не сме1е usносu1u овy knuxuuy us npос1оpuје sа 1ес1upаnе.
НАПOMЕНА:
У овој књи»иuи има 30 sаpатака.
Теcт је nоpеnен на cnеpеhи на¬ин:
1. µЕO 3аpаuи 1 - 5
2. µЕO 3аpаuи 6 - 10
3. µЕO 3аpаuи 11 - 15
4. µЕO 3аpаuи 16 - 20
5. µЕO 3аpаuи 21 - 25
6. µЕO 3аpаuи 26 - 30
PART ONE: QUESTIONS 1-5
Listen to the report on the armies of Iran and IsraeI.
CircIe the correct option in the tabIe beIow.
Question (0) has been done for you as an exampIe.
You now have one minute to Iook at the questions.
Now Iisten to the report. You wiII hear the report once.
You now have one minute to check your answers.
Now turn over the page for PART TWO.
Table: Military
Ìran Compared to Ìsrael
Ìran in 1977
Ìsrael in 1977
Total military personnel ('000) 518 175
MiIitary personneI per 1,000 popuIation
(0) a) 8.6
b) 8.3
c) 8.2
(1) a) 13.1
b) 31
c) 3.1
Total military costs in million $
(2) a) 4,191
b) 419.1
c) 4.191
8,734
Military costs per capita in $ 65
(3) a) 1,646
b) 164.6
c) 16.46
Military costs as % of GNP 2.6
(4) a) 19.6
b) 9.6
c) 96
Arms imported in millions $
(5) a) 2.7
b) 270
c) 27
340
PART TWO: QUESTIONS 6-10
You are going to hear a recipe.CircIe the BEST answer to the questions beIow.
(0) has been done for you as an exampIe.
You now have one minute to Iook at the questions.
Now Iisten to the recipe. You wiII hear the recipe once.
(0) What do you need to make the batter?
a) Baking powder.
b) Baking soda.
c) Baking butter.
(6) The heat should be
a) high
b) moderate.
c) low.
(7) Fry the pancakes
a) in a small pot.
b) a minute on each side.
c) until they change colour.
(8) To make caramel sauce it takes
a) 3 minutes.
b) 6 minutes.
c) 2 minutes.
(9) Do you cook the bananas?
a) Yes.
b) No.
c) Doesn't say.
(10) How do you serve the bananas?
a) With sugar.
b) With ice cream.
c) With sauce.
You now have one minute to check your answers.
Now turn over the page for PART THREE.
PART THREE: QUESTIONS 11-15
Listen to the story about SaIadin, the MusIim suItan.
Put the Ietters of the sentences that are true for the text (B-J)in the tabIe beIow.
The order is not important.There are four extra sentences. Do not use them.
(0)has been done for you as an exampIe.
You now have one minute to Iook at the statements.
Now Iisten to the story. You wiII hear the story once.
A. Young SaIadin was an unattractive boy.
B. Saladin liked war when he was a child.
C. Saladin's father was a military man.
D. Saladin's uncle fought in three wars.
E. Saladin became a vizier after he was 30.
F. Ìn peace, Saladin used diplomacy only.
G. Saladin was known for his good ethics.
H. Ìn war, Saladin used new military tactics.
Ì. When Saladin died the war was not on.
J. Saladin was not very good with money.
(0) A
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
You now have one minute to check your answers.
Now turn over the page for PART FOUR.
PART FOUR: QUESTIONS 16-20
Listen to the interview with VIadimir Semichastny, former head of KGB. CircIe T
(true), F (faIse), or NG (not given) for the sentences beIow.
(0) has been done for you as an exampIe.
You now have one minute to Iook at the sentences.
Now Iisten to the interview. You wiII hear the interview once.
(0) Semichastny says that the Cheka came before the KGB.
T F NG
(16) Stories were invented to blame capitalists for spying.
T F NG
(17) The KGB did not pay for the services of foreign spies.
T F NG
(18) The KGB used a great number of illegal agents.
T F NG
(19) Penkovsky was truly an anti-communist idealist.
T F NG
(20) The KGB made lots of money on industrial espionage.
T F NG
You now have one minute to check your answers.
Now turn over the page for PART FIVE.
PART FIVE: QUESTIONS 21-25
Listen to the foIIowing short news items.
Match the news (21-25) and the titIes (B-J) in the tabIe beIow.
There are four extra titIes. Do not use them.
(0) has been done for you as an exampIe.
You now have one minute to Iook at the questions.
Now Iisten to the news. You wiII hear the news once.
A. UnfriendIy attitude
B. Homeland spying
C. Provocative talk
D. Security risks
E. Market fluctuation
F. More to come
G. Change of style
H. Empty promises
Ì. Retailer on sale
J. Staying behind
(0) A
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)
(25)
You now have one minute to check your answers.
Now turn over the page for PART SIX.
PART SIX: QUESTIONS 26-30
Listen to the foIIowing speech on InternationaI CriminaI Court (ICC), and circIe
the BEST answers to the questions beIow.
(0)has been done for you as an exampIe.
You now have one minute to Iook at the statements.
Now Iisten to the speech. You wiII hear the speech once.
(0) The ICC:
a) has the backing of the InternationaI Community onIy.
b) is now opposed by the United States Administration.
c) has been ignored by the United States Administration.
d) is backed by the US and InternationaI Community.
(26) The author states that:
a) the ÌCC has no authority in the United States affairs.
b) the US should have contested the institution of ÌCC.
c) the ÌCC is unable to manage peacekeeping missions.
d) the US remain the leader in maintaining world peace.
(27) The Nuremberg trials:
a) were successful because they were ran by the UK and US.
b) were unique and the ÌCC will never achieve their success.
c) had success because the losers in the war had no rights.
d) are historically connected to the institution of the ÌCC.
(28) War crimes:
a) should be handled by the military, not the system of justice.
b) should be under the exclusive jurisdiction of The Hague.
c) were committed because there was no Ìnternational Court.
d) will not be prevented by the Ìnternational Criminal Court.
(29) The author claims that:
a) it is not always clear who defines what justice is.
b) in some cases it is better to forget some issues.
c) pursuit of justice may have the opposite effect.
d) justice may sometimes be at odds with stability.
(30) Americans should:
a) be more worried about the President than the soldiers.
b) follow their own idea of justice in international affairs.
c) support decisions of their Administration when at war.
d) exclusively abide by American laws and regulations.
You now have one minute to check your answers.
This is the end of the Iistening test.

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