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Section 1 : Questions 1-10

Questions 1-6


Hotel Information

Example answer: 

Name of accommodation: __Carlton Hotel__

  • Length of stay: 3 nights
  • Ages of children: 1
  • Rooms available: Two en-suites at £270
  • Price inclusive of: 2
  • Payment method: credit card
  • Name: Michael 3
  • Date of birth: 4 1968
  • Address: 273, Stanton Court, London.
  • Post code: 5
  • Telephone: 08773 6

    Questions 7-10

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

    Transport Options

    Mode of TransportCostArrangementsTravel time to town
    TaxiApproximately £ 7 Pick up from the hotel10 minutes
    Bus£2 per personWalk down Oak Tree 8 15 minutes
    Walking Walk through 9 10
      Section 2 : Questions 11-20

      Questions 11-14

      Choose the correct letter A, B or C.


      The company expanded in

      • A
      • B
      • C

      The number of permanent staff is

      • A
      • B
      • C

      Most volunteers join the program

      • A
      • B
      • C

      Time Abroad receives all its income from

      • A
      • B
      • C

      Questions 15-20

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

      Volunteering OpportunityActivityBenefits
      English TeachingHelping with English 15 Significantly improve the 16 of many children and adults
      Agriculture and FarmingPromoting sustainable and 17 farming- Promote 18 farming methods
      - educate local communities
      Veterinary Medicine- Helping the vet with 19  
      - Joining the vet on home visits
      - Amazing insights into the country
      - See a lot of fascinating animals
      - Gain a greater 20 of the difficulties in the country
        Section 3 : Questions 21-30

        Questions 21-23

        Choose the correct letter A, B or C.


        How long did Louise work at a radio station?

        • A
        • B
        • C

        Why does Louise want to do a Masters?

        • A
        • B
        • C

        How long will it take to do the Masters part-time rather than the modular route?

        • A
        • B
        • C

        Questions 24-25

        Choose TWO letters from A-F.

        Which TWO things must Louise have to join the course?

        • A
        • B
        • C
        • D
        • E
        • F

          Questions 26-30

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

          Fees and Funding

          The fees are 26 per year to do the course part-time. The university has a 27 it can use to fund the most suitable students. You must have a 28 in place before you can get any funding. The details on funding can be found on the 29 . That will also have information on eligibility, help available, and 30 .
            Section 4 : Questions 31-40

            Questions 31-35

            Complete the sentences below.

            Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer

            Indian Railways is owned and 31 by the government of India.

            There are more than 32 million people working for Indian Railways

            The 33 of the railways from 1857 occurred under Robert Maitland Brereton.

            The joining of the East Indian Railway with the Great Indian Peninsula Railway led to a network of 34  kilometres.

            The route from Bombay to Calcutta, opened in 1870, was an 35 for the book Around the World in 80 days.

              Questions 36-40

              Complete the table below.

              Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer

              1875-1899The network radiated inward from 36 , Madras, and Calcutta.
              1900-1906It was not long before various independent kingdoms had their own 37 .
              1907-1919When the war finished the railways were suffering from disrepair and 38 .
              1920-1938Between 1920 and 1929, the railways had a 39 of around £687 million.
              1939-1946The rolling stock that was moved to the Middle East included locomotives and 40 .

                End of the Test

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