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Part 1 : Questions 1-10

Questions 1-10

Complete the notes below.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

NOTES: travelling to France

Example

Time of travel September

Advantages of travelling by train:

- 1

- 2

- take as much 3 as you need

The Eurostar:

- runs on schedule 4 of the time

- can reach speeds of 5 miles per hour

Two options from Paris to Nice:

1. Catch the TGV train at 6

2. Catch the TGV train at 7 and travel 8

Single tickets cost approximately 9 the return fare.

Flying from London to Nice takes 10

    Part 2 : Questions 11-20

    Questions 11-15

    Complete the table below.

    Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

    PROJECT DEVELOPMENT SCHEDULE

    Project name:

    Length of project:

    Current stage of project:

    The Cube

    11

    halfway through

    ACTIVITY TIME FRAME

    Completion of each floor

    12

    Installation of exterior

    Beginning in 13

    “Topping out” of frame

    Towards the end of 14

    Installation of fretwork screen

    Coming together in 15

      Questions 16-20

      Part 3 : Questions 21-30

      Questions 21-25

      Questions 26-30

      Complete the sentences below.

      Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

      RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SURVIVING THE CONFUSING LAB CLASS

      • Remember that English is not Marlena's first language. She doesn't understand when you're joking around, so don't 26 her so much.
      • If you pick on her, you will make her 27 that she can’t think clearly.
      • If you need help, make an appointment to meet with her 28 and you might see a 29 of her.
      • Remember that tutors are not old academics; she is not yet experienced as a 30
        Part 4 : Questions 31-40

        Questions 31-40

        Complete the notes below.

        Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

        COURSE: Epidemiology 101 DATE: 23 May

        Tuberculosis (also called TB)

        • Tuberculosis is closely associated with the 31

        In the UK:

        • common in the 10th century

        • since then better living conditions, 32 , immunisation and effective treatments have made it uncommon

        Globally:

        • still common in 33 and parts of 34

        • causes 35 deaths per year; more than any other infectious disease

        • overall, 36 of the world's population is infected but not everyone gets sick

        Risk factors

        • a weakened immune system - due to HIV infection, immune-suppressing treatment, or alcohol or 37

        • aye - babies and the elderly are more likely to become sick

        • certain environments - more common among homeless people, among prisoners, and people in 38 and in more impoverished areas

        Treatment

        • 50 years ago, a way 39 TB was found

        • The most recent form of tuberculosis, XPR-TB, poses a 40 to general TB control.

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