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You can write one, two or three words – no more!

There are (9) businesses operating at the airport.

Carol Bennett works as an (10)
Carol compares the airport with (11)
The young lady had a problem because she (12) when her flight landed in Australia.
The young lady didn’t have any (13) with her when she arrived at Gatwick airport.
Carol sent the young lady to (14)
People who watch what happens in the airport are the (15)
They sometimes have to deal with overcrowding in the (16)
Jane Anderson works in the (17) department.
She has problems with passengers whenever (18) happen.

You will hear people talking in eight different situations. Choose the best answer A, B or C. You will hear the
recording twice. (My advice: Usually all three options are mentioned in the exercises. Read the question carefully to
avoid confusions. In some questions it is difficult to guess the correct answer. In this case, try to find out what the
answer cannot be.)
1. You hear a critic on the radio talking about a book. What is his main criticism of the book?
A) The style is poor.
B) The plot is too complicated.
C) The characters are not believable.

2. You hear someone talking about a time when she was a student abroad. What did she particulary like?
A) The school she studied at.
B) The town she stayed in.
C) The family she stayed with.

3. You hear a radio interviewer introducing a guest. Who is the guest?

A) A scientist.
B) A businessman.
C) An inventor.

4. You hear a caller on a radio phone-in programme. What feeling does the caller express?
A) Sympathy.
B) Self-pity
C) Envy

5. You hear a part of a radio interview. Who is being interviewed?

A) A customer at a shop.
B) The manager of a shop.
C) Someone who lives near a shop.

6. You hear someone talking on a public telephone. What does she want the other person to do?
A) Explain something he said.
B) Apologize.
C) Give an honest opinion.

7. You hear someone talking at an information desk in an airport. What is his situation?
A) He has missed his flight.
B) He has come to meet someone.
C) He thinks there is a message for him.

8. You hear the presenter talking at the beginning of a radio programme. What is the programme going to be about?
A) How to eat healthily.
B) New food products.
C) Eating habits.
You will hear part off a radio programme called ‘What’s on?’. For each question choose the best answer A, B or C.
You will hear the recording twice. Answer in the box below. You will see notes and your final mark. My advice:
Usually all three options are mentioned in the exercises. Read the question carefully to avoid confusions.In some
questions it is difficult to guess the correct answer. In this case, try to find out what the answer cannot be.

1. The competition this year is to find the best:

A) Actor
B) Dancer
C) Singer

2. You can enter the competition if you:

A) Send your entry by post
B) Live less than five miles from the city centre
C) Phone any time after Saturday

3. To find out more about the theatre group, you should phone:
A) The theatre
B) St. Paul’s School
C) The secretary of the group

4. What is different about the arrangements at the school hall this week?
A) The closing time is later than usual
B) It is not possible to hire the football pitch
C) All activities must be booked in advance

5. What information are we given about the new swimming pool?

A) It will open next month
B) It will be free for one month
C) It is bigger than the old one

6. What are we told about the rock group Switch ?

A) They were all born in Westfield
B) They all live in Westfield
C) They are doing two concerts in Westfield

Look at the three sentences for this part. You will hear a conversation between a girl, Lucy, and a boy, Edward, about
pocket money. Decide if each sentence is CORRECT or INCORRECT.
At first, Edward thinks Lucy gets enough pocket money. ____
Lucy’s friends get more pocket money than she does. ____
Lucy is happy to pay for her own music. ____
Edward understands why Lucy’s mother refuses to pay for housework. ____
Lucy’s mother has promised her more pocket money next year. ____
Edward thinks that Lucy should stop asking for more pocket money. ____

Look at the text below about the Orkney Islands and decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect.
Some of the islands are home to animals rather than people.
Farming on the Orkney Islands has increased in importance over the years.
There are some ruins on one of the islands.
There is an Arts Centre in the capital of the Orkney Islands.
If you go to the Arts Centre, you can see some examples of modern art.
The fishing industry has changed what it catches.
To get the most from an Orkney holiday, it is necessary to go to several islands.
A taxi can take you to all the tourist places on Hoy.
You can fly direct from London Heathrow to Kirkwall.
One hotel includes tickets for the Arts Festival in its price.
Complete the conversation with the correct form of the words in brackets.
SARA Hi you two! What are you doing?
STEVE We’re playing basketball. Do you want to play?
SARA No thanks. I (1) ________________________ (not like / play) basketball.
CARL Wow! I (2) ________________________ (love / play) basketball, it’s great!
STEVE What do you (3) ________________________ (like / do)?
SARA Well, I (4) ________________________ (like / ride).
CARL Yeah! That can be fun.
SARA And I (5) ________________________ (like / dance).
STEVE Dancing! Oh, I (6) ________________________ (hate / dance). I can’t dance.
SARA That’s not true. Everyone can dance.
STEVE Not me!
SARA So I know you (7) ________________________ (like / play) basketball, but what else do you
(8) ________________________ (like / do)?
STEVE I (9) ________________________ (like / play) chess.
CARL Chess! That’s boring.

Complete the text with the correct words.

Dan’s studies
My name’s Dan and I teach science. Usually, I (1) ________ in a school in Britain, but at the moment I’m working for
a TV programme in Australia. I’m (2) _______ sea snakes! There aren’t (3) ________ sea snakes in Britain but (4)
________ are lots of sea snakes here in Australia. (5) ________ snakes are very small, but some can be 2.5 metres
We usually (6) ________ very early and have (7) ________ to eat. Then we go out on the boat. Yesterday, we (8)
________ start work early because it (9) ________ cloudy. There weren’t any
snakes in the sea, so we finished early and (10) ________ a nice hot lunch!

Read the text. Answer the questions. Write complete sentences.

Franco’s holiday
Franco is from Florence in Italy. He works in a bank. Every morning at 7.30 a.m. he goes to work on the bus and he
returns at 6.30 p.m. He usually has lunch in a café near the bank. At the moment, Franco isn’t in Italy. He’s in South
America. This month he’s travelling around Brazil with his friend Mario. They’re staying in a small camp in the
rainforest. Franco likes taking photographs of the rainforest. He’s got a very expensive camera. His friend Mario likes
studying insects! He thinks that they are fascinating. Yesterday, they stayed in a tent in the rainforest. It rained all
night! They didn’t sleep much because it was very noisy. In the morning all their things were wet. Today they visited
a tribe living in the forest and Franco took lots of photos. Mario helped them to hunt. They looked for birds, small
animals and insects. They’re staying in the camp for one more night and then they’re returning to Brasilia on
Monday to do some sightseeing. Franco and Mario enjoyed staying in the rainforest, but they don’t want to live

1 Where does Franco work?


2 How does Franco travel to work?

3 Do you think Franco has got an interesting life? Why / Why not?
4 What is Franco doing at the moment?
5 What are Franco and Mario interested in?
6 Why didn’t they sleep much last night?
7 What did Franco and Mario do today?
8 What do they want to do in Brasilia?
9 Did Mario and Franco enjoy their trip to the rainforest?
10 Is the rainforest a good place to live?
Write present simple questions. Write answers using the prompts in brackets.
1 / do / Saturday / you / What / on / evenings? / do__________________________
(usually / meet friends)__________________________
2 dad / When / finish / does / your / work?__________________________
(always / seven o’clock)__________________________
3 you / the / meet / Who / weekend / do / at?__________________________
(sometimes / my cousins)__________________________
4 / your / go / Where / friends / do / shopping / for clothes?__________________________
(usually / shopping centre) __________________________
5 What / on / go / you / to bed / Friday? / time / do__________________________
(never / before midnight) __________________________
You’ll here 5 different people talking about a radio phoning programme. Choose what each speaker is doing. Use the
letters only once. There’s an extra letter you don’t need to use.
A asking for opinions
B disagreeing with an opinion
C correcting some details
D asking for advice
E making a complaint
F making a recommendation

A By plane
B by train
C as the driver of a car
D by bus
E on foot
F by bicycle
G as a passenger in a car
H by taxi

The word “fracture” is a technical word for …………………………………………
Bones are vital for the body because they…………………………………………
and protect it. Bones are composed of a ………………………………………… outer layer and a soft centre.
Bone marrow is important because it makes …………………………………………
cells. Bones do not always break; sometimes they actually …………………………………………
It is important to try to find any fractures before trying to …………………………………………a victim.
Moving an injured party is conscious, they can inform you of the…………………………………………of any fractures.
Part of the procedure for treating an unconscious victim has been discussed in…………………………………………
If someone is unconscious, carefully check each major bone for any…………………………………………

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