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02 Sep 2018
Label the map with the following places:
Write the appropriate letter A-I on your answer sheet.
1 the library
2 the sports building
3 the Churchill Building
4 the cafeteria
The sports building
The Churchchill Building
Answer the following questions using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
What time does the library open?
What time does the cafeteria close at weekends?
When does the sports centre open?
When can the outdoor athletics field be used?
When will Saturday’s football trials probably end?
When will Neil go to watch the trials?
What time does the library open? ________
What time does the cafeteria close at weekends? _________
When does the sports centre open? _______
When can the outdoor athletics field be used? _______
When will Saturday’s football trials probably end? _______
When will Neil go to watch the trials? __________
S: Hi Neil! How are you? You look a little puzzled.
L: Hi Simon! I am. You’re familiar with the campus, aren’t you? I can’t figure out where anything is.
S: Well, let me give you a hand, then. Which places do you need to know?
L: First, I need to know where the library is. I haven’t registered yet.
S: Alright. You know where the north gate is, don’t you?
L: Yes. It’s up that way – about 200 metres.
S: Sorry, Lisa. I’m afraid it’s in that direction and it’s about 500 metres away.
L: Well, that begins to explain why I can't find anything! So, the south gate…
S: North. Then it’s a little towards the west gate. You can’t miss it, because it’s really big and has a large sign on it.
L: OK. I’ll take your word for it. The second place I need to find is the sports centre.
S: That’s in the south-west part of the campus. It’s easy to see because there’s the outdoor athletics stadium nearby.
L: OK. Next, I need to know where Churchill Building is. That’s where I have my lectures tomorrow.
S: That’s back by the library. You know the building – the McDonald Building – where our department is?
L: Yes, that’s right by the east gate, isn’t it?
S: Right. Well, the Churchill Building is opposite, well, almost opposite that.
L: Not that small building directly opposite?
S: No, the larger one beside it.
L: Got it. OK. Last one. Where’s the cafeteria? I know it’s next to the bookshop.
S: And can you see the bookshop?
L: Well… hang on… It’s right there – here in the centre of the campus!
S: A great central location, if you ask me!
L: What time is the library open?
S: It’s open from 8:00 a.m until 10 p.m.
L: And the cafeteria?
S: 8 a.m. until 7 p.m.
L: Is that every day? Someone said that it isn’t open so long at the weekends.
S: No, it’s every day.
L: And the sports centre?
S: Now, if I remember rightly, that opens at 7 a.m. and closes at 9 p.m., but the outdoor athletics field can only be used during daylight hours since there’s no flood lighting.
L: You play sports, don’t you, Simon?
S: I do. I’ve signed up for the football team trials this coming weekend and I was on the athletics team at school.
L: When are the trials? I don’t play football, but I enjoy watching.
S: They’re on Saturday, starting at 10 a.m. The organisers said that we should expect to be there until mid-afternoon, probably until around three.
L: Well, I’ve got things to do in the morning, but I’ll come along after lunch. I hope you survive until then!
S: So do I! I think that in the morning, they’ll be aiming to sort out the people with ability from the no-hopers. Then, in the afternoon, they’ll be sorting out who’s the best.
L: OK. Well, good luck with that. I’ll see if Leslie wants to come along.
S: OK. See you Saturday.