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Part 1 : Questions 1-10

Questions 3-6

Complete the form using NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS OR A NUMBER.

The Travel Depot flight reservations

Customer’s name: Jim 3
Address 10 Allen Road, Oldham
Destination Vancouver, Canada
Contact number: 0151 4  (home number)
Flight number 5
Length of stay (nights): 6

    Questions 7-10

    Complete the sentences below USING NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS OR A NUMBER

    The travel agent recommends some form of 7 cover for peace of mind.

    There are two types of cover, but the best cover is offered with the 8 Star policy.

    The client can see a play at the theatre for $ 9

    The flight and the insurance together cost £ 10

      Questions 1-2

      Choose the correct letter A–C.


      The customer went to South Africa

      A. last month

      B. last week

      C. last year.


      The travel agent:

      • A
      • B
      • C

      The customer:

      • A
      • B
      • C
      Part 2 : Questions 11-20

      Questions 16-20

      Answer the following questions USING NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS OR A NUMBER

      What end of the market are the properties?


      What does the speaker compare buying houses with?


      What kind of equity can be the result of buying a property when the market is high?


      How does she describe the feeling of successful property investment?


      How can you ask the speaker a question?


        Questions 11-15

        Select the correct answers A-C.


        Who is the speaker addressing?

        • A
        • B
        • C
        • D

        Rental property in the city…

        • A
        • B
        • C
        • D

        Lisa Brown believes…

        • A
        • B
        • C
        • D

        Property in the countryside is becoming more popular because…

        • A
        • B
        • C
        • D

        What kind of properties does the speaker specialise in?

        • A
        • B
        • C
        • D
        Part 3 : Questions 21-30

        Questions 25-28

        Complete the table below using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS OR A NUMBER.

          Threats Natural habitat Population
        African lions   bush Estimated to be 25
        Tigers 26 forests and plains fewer than 27
        Snow leopards Expansion of  28 high-altitude pastures  

          Questions 29-30

          Circle the appropriate letter A–D.



          Where is the WWF currently funding projects to help the snow leopard?

          • A
          • B
          • C
          • D

          Listeners should telephone

          • A
          • B
          • C
          • D

          Questions 21-24

          Answer the following questions USING NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND / OR A NUMBER

          How long is the radio show?


          What is the general focus of the programme?


          Where is Professor Ripley from?


          According to Professor Ripley, what animals do people most associate with the African bush?


            Part 4 : Questions 31-40

            Questions 32-36

            Complete the table below using TWO WORDS OR A NUMBER.

            42 million adults  32

            50 million adults have the reading ability of a  33  year-old.

            Increasing by around  34 and a quarter million per year. Illiteracy costs

              Unemployment Unrealised earnings Literacy programmes
            cost (in billions of US dollars) $ 35 237 $ 36

              Question 37

              Circle the appropriate letter A–D.


              Illiteracy is increasing because many young learners are

              • A
              • B
              • C

              Questions 38-40

              Complete the summary below USING NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS.

              English is made up of 26 letters, with 44  38  and 70 ways of  39 . Unsuccessful teaching practices persist, however, because reading is  40 .

                Question 31

                Circle the correct answer A–C.


                The students are expecting

                • A
                • B
                • C

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