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Section 1 : Questions 1-10

Questions 1-10

You will hear a woman calling an animal park to enquire about a job.

Complete the form below.

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

 Pinder’s Animal Park

Example

Enquiries about temporary work 

 
Personal Details: 
 Name:
Jane 1
 Address:
2  Exeter 
 Telephone number:
07792430921
 Availability:
Can start work on 3
Work details 
 Preferred type of work:
Assistant 4
 Relevant skills:
Familiar with kitchen 5
 Relevant qualifications:
A 6 certificate
 Training required:
A 7 course

Referee:

 
 Name:
Dr Ruth Price
 Position:
8
 Phone number:
9
 Other: 
Applicant has a form of 10
    Section 2 : Questions 11-20

    Questions 11-15

    You hear a club leader giving information to a group of young people who are planning to do a two-week holiday course at the Tamerton Centre.

    Choose the correct answer, A, B or C.

    Tamerton Centre

    11

    The Tamerton Centre was set up in order to encourage people

    • A
    • B
    • C
    12

    Last year’s group said that the course

    • A
    • B
    • C
    13

    For the speaker, what’s the most special feature of the course?

    • A
    • B
    • C
    14

    The speaker advises people to bring

    • A
    • B
    • C
    15

    Bed-time is strictly enforced because

    • A
    • B
    • C

    Questions 16-20

    Section 3 : Questions 21-30

    Questions 21-25

    Questions 26-30

    Section 4 : Questions 31-40

    Questions 31-40

    You will hear a woman giving a talk at a popular science convention. She is describing research into artificial gills designed to enable humans to breathe underwater.

    Complete the notes below.

    Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

    Creating artificial gills

    Background

    •    Taking in oxygen; mammals - lungs; fish - gills
    •    Long-held dreams - humans swimming underwater without oxygen tanks
    •    Oxygen tanks considered too 31 and large 
    •    Attempts to extract oxygen directly from water
    •    1960s - prediction that humans would have gills added by 32
    •    Ideas for artificial gills were inspired by research on
      •   fish gills
      •   fish swim bladders
      •   animals without gills - especially bubbles used by 33

    Building a simple artificial gill

    • Make a watertight box of a materiaI which lets 34 pass through
    • Fill with air and submerge in water Important that the diver and the water keep 35
    • The gill has to have a large 36
    • Designers often use a network of small 37 on their gill

    Main limitation - problems caused by increased 38 in deeper water 

    Other applications

    • Supplying oxygen for use on 39
    • Powering 40 cells for driving machinery underwater 

     

     

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