Time Approximately 35 minutes
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Listen to the instructions for each part of the paper carefully.
Answer all the questions.
INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES
There are four parts to the test.
Each question carries one mark.
You will hear each piece twice.
For each part of the test there will be time for you to look through the questions and time for you to check your answers.
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Questions 1 – 7
There are seven questions in this part.
For each question there are three pictures and a short recording.CorrectIncorrect
Questions 8 – 13
You will hear an interview with a writer called Peter Taylor.
For each question, choose the correct option.
8 In Peter’s first book, the story takes place inCorrectIncorrect
9 When Peter first went to England, he visited hisCorrectIncorrect
10 Peter spends most of his yearCorrectIncorrect
11 What problem did Peter have in the desert?CorrectIncorrect
12 In his spare time, Peter usuallyCorrectIncorrect
13 What does Peter want to do in the future?CorrectIncorrect
You will hear a radio announcement about weekend activities in Fishport.
For each question, fill in the missing information in the numbered space.
WEEKEND ACTIVITIES IN FISHPORT
YOUR CHOICE OF ACTIVITIES
- BIRD ISLAND WALK – 10.00 a.m.
Don’t forget to take your (14) with you
- GUITAR DAY
Will be held in the (15) Centre
- PLAZA CINEMA – 2.30 p.m.
A programme of (16) films for all the family
- CYCLE RACE
This year’s route is through the (17)
- GREEN STREET THEATRE – 3.00 p.m.
‘The Long (18) ’ – a play for children
- CAMFORD CASTLE – open all day
Display of (19) used in medicine
Look at the six sentences for this part.
You will hear a boy, Ian, and a girl, Sally, talking about cooking.
Decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect.
If it is correct, put a tick in the box for YES. If it is not correct, put a tick in the box for NO.
20 Sally knows that Ian is an excellent cook.CorrectIncorrect
21 Sally is happy to eat less meat than she used to.CorrectIncorrect
22 Ian learned about cooking by watching other people.CorrectIncorrect
23 Ian and Sally agree that schools should offer more cooking classes.CorrectIncorrect
24 Sally is willing to pay more for dishes that are already prepared.CorrectIncorrect
25 Ian suggests that simple recipes are best.CorrectIncorrect