|1. 3.05||22. 1952|
|2. 7.20||23. 1539|
|3. 1.45||24. 1800|
|4. 6.10||25. 1978|
|5. 7.30||26. 1760|
|6. 2.25||27. 1913|
|7. 4.20||28. 1817|
|8. 3.00||29. 1901|
|9. 11.05||30. 1970|
|10. 9.50||31. 1929|
|11. 10.10||32. 1899|
|12. 6.45||33. 1908|
|13. 7.45||34. 1066|
|14. 5.20||35. Insect House|
|15. 20.30||36. lecture|
|16. 16.40||37. Great Migration|
|17. 13.45||38. Theatre|
|18. 11.15||39. Garden Wildlife|
|19. 8.05||40. display|
|20. 18.25||41. 3.45|
|Level||Band||Listening Score||Reading Score|
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Listen to people asking when the flights below arrive.
Write down the arrival times using the 24 hour clock.
1 A Could you tell me when flight TW218 arrives, please?
B Yes, it gets in at 7.45.
A 7.45 . Thanks.
2 A Has flight BA13 arrived yet?
B No, it arrives at 15.20 .
3 A Is flight AF409 coming in on time?
B Yes, it's due in at 20.30 .
4 A I'd like to know when flight LH68 gets in, please.
B Let me check. Yes, it should arrive at 16.40 .
5 A What time does flight A115 arrive?
B Let me see. Yes, it will be here at 13.45 .
6 A Can you tell me what time flight AF35 gets here?
B Flight AF35. That should get here at 11.15 .
7 A Can you tell me when flight SK70 gets in?
B At 8.05 .
8 A Do you know when flight BA502 arrives?
B Yes, it's due in at 18.25 .
Hi there, everybody, and welcome to Animal World. Before you start your visit, I’d just like to tell you about a few special events happening here today. They’re all free, and I'd really encourage you to go to as many of them as you can, as I think you'll learn a lot.
The first event is called The World of Ants, and it’s happening this morning quite soon in the Insect House , which is just a short walk from here The well-known entomologist Dr David Crocker, who many of you will have seen on television, is giving a lecture all about ants - the different types of ants, how they organise themselves, what they eat, their behaviour and so on. It’s actually a fascinating subject. So, The World of Ants, a lecture by Dr Crocker, in the Insect House, and it starts at 11 o'clock and lasts for 60 minutes
At midday, that's 12 o’clock, there’s a film which is just as fascinating and it’s called The Great Migration This is all about birds and how they migrate across continents and oceans using the Sun. the stars and the Earth’s magnetic field. As I said, it’s a film - an absolutely spectacular film - which all the family will enjoy, some fabulous photography - and it’s on in Theatre C, which you can see here just behind me - so bear that in mind for 12 o'clock.
The next event is a demonstration taking place in the Exhibition Room and given by Monica Chaddha It’s called Encouraging Garden Wildlife . Monica will be showing you ways of encouraging animals, birds and other wildlife to visit and live in your garden, how to place boxes for nests, what food to put out for them and all sorts of practical advice. That's at 2 30, so just after lunch.
The final free event for today is Birds of Prey. Tasha, their keeper, will be giving a display of some of our most magnificent birds and how they fly, and I thoroughly recommend this event The display includes eagles, vultures and owls and will be starting at 3.45 on the lawn outside. It’s an unforgettable experience, so remember, on the front lawn at 3.45 to see the birds flying.