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- 1 C
- 2 A
- 3 C
- 4 flights
- 5 (hotel)accommodation

- 6 breakfast (every) morning
- 7 theatre tickets
- 8 jonathon.presley@sainsbury
- 9 6676 6654 9743 1251
- 10 ₤31,234

- 11 A
- 12 C
- 13 1957
- 14 46
- 15 multiple championship

- 16 Monaco
- 17 naturally gifted
- 18 highest
- 19 great rival
- 20 greatest driver

- 21 leader
- 22 500,000
- 23 strategy
- 24 projected profits

- 25 takeover (bid)
- 26 high-risk
- 27 board meeting
- 28 30 A,B,E

- 31 amount/volume
- 32 65%
- 33 attic
- 34 grants/financial iad
- 35 (the/your) interior

- 36 absorb
- 37 25
- 38 curtains/blinds
- 39 solar panels
- 40 waste

*Choose the correct letter A, B or C.*

**Example: **When does the special offer finish?

A late March

B early April

**C at the end of May**

1

What total discount is Jonathon’s school being offered?

- A
- B
- C

Answer: C

2

Where did Jonathon first want to take his students?

- A
- B
- C

Answer: A

*Complete the notes below.*

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

Two main things the all-inclusive price covers: 4 5 Extras also covered by the all-inclusive offer: airport taxis, 6 a city tour, 7
E-mail address of contact person: 8 .com Number of travellers: 49 Credit Card Number: 9 Date of travel: 7th of April Expiry Date: 01-Jan-2015 Departure time: 7:00 a.m. Total cost of booking: 10 Arrival time: 10:30 a.m. (local time) |

**4**Answer: flights**5**Answer: (hotel)accommodation**6**Answer: breakfast (every) morning**7**Answer: theatre tickets**8**Answer: jonathon.presley@sainsbury**9**Answer: 6676 6654 9743 1251**10**Answer: ₤31,234

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*You will hear a telephone conversation between a travel agent and a school principal who is organising a school tour for a group of third-year students. *

*First you have some time to look at questions 1 to 3*

*(Pause the recording for 30 seconds)*

*You will see that there is an example that has been done for you. On this occasion only, the conversation relating to this will be played first.*

James; Hello. McFadden's Travel! James speaking; how may I help you?

Jonathon: Hi there; my name's Jonathon Presley, principal of Sainsbury Secondary School. I am calling to ask about your early bird tour offer. I saw it advertised in the Evening Herald yesterday.

James: Certainly, Mr. Presley; what would you like to know?

Jonathon: Oh, please, Jonathon will be fine.

James: Of course, Jonathon. How can I help you?

Jonathon: Well, the first thing I'd like to know is how long is your offer valid for? My third-year students are planning a holiday in early April; will they qualify for the discount?

James: The good news is our special offer runs until the end of May. Jonathon: Oh dear, oh dear, March! That's terrible, we've just missed out.

James: On the contrary, Jonathon. It's May not March; you WILL qualify for the discount.

Jonathon: Oh, fantastic.

Narrator: The offer finishes at the end of May so the answer is (C).

*Now we shall begin. You should answer the questions as you listen because you will not hear the recording a second time.*

*Listen carefully and answer questions 1-3.*

[REPEAT]

James: And I'm only just getting started; the best news is yet to come.

Jonathon; What do you mean?

James: Well, tell me now ..., how many students are you planning to take on this tour?

Jonathon: I expect there'll be about 45 students and 3 teachers accompanying them. Why? Are there any further discounts?

James: There are indeed. We do a 25% discount on groups of up to 40 people. For you, we can offer an even better rate; a 50% discount.

Jonathon: Wow, is that on top of the 15% early bird discount?

James: It most certainly is, which makes your total tour discount, hmmmmm, fifty plus fifteen, sixty-five percent.

Jonathon: Surely there's a catch, this is too good to be true.

James: Well, there is a condition that you must choose your destination from a list we have selected. You can't book a tour to just anywhere in the world with this discount rate,

Jonathon: I see, and would Madrid be on that list by any chance?

James: I am sorry to disappoint you but we do not offer this rate on tours to Madrid. However, we have an excellent all-inclusive 7-day Barcelona tour which is available. How does that sound?

Jonathon: Sounds interesting. What is the total cost per student?

James: Let's see ... It works out at £679 per person with the discount. The normal price is £1940 so you are saving £1261 per person.

Jonathon: Hold on a moment, let me get a pen to write some of this down; It's getting complicated. Okay, how much will it cost per student?

James: £679

Jonathon: And how much of a saving is that?

James: £1261

Jonathon: Barcelona sounds very good indeed! Tell me, what do you mean by all-inclusive? What does £679 get us?

*Before you hear the rest of the conversation, you have some time to look at questions 4-10.*

*(Pause The recording for 30 seconds)*

*Now listen and answer questions 4-10.*

James: Well, that price covers flights. 3-star hotel accommodation and extras.

Jonathon: James, I must say, I'm very glad I called you this morning. This is a fantastic deal. It covers flights, accommodation and what else?

James: Plus airport taxis, breakfast every morning, a city tour and theatre tickets.

Jonathon: Great!.... and what about the teachers?

James: The teachers can travel free of charge with the students.

Jonathon: Well I might just go on this tour myself, I've always fancied a trip to Barcelona......ehhhh, ehh but for the children's sake, of course.

James: Of course. Now, let's get to work on the booking. Exactly when were you planning to leave?

Jonathon: The 7th of April, if possible.

James: Yes, that's available. And, can you confirm the exact number of students please?

Jonathon: It's either 44 or 45, let me see... Yes, 45, exactly 45 students, No, sorry, in fact that's 46. I forgot about Jenny McCarthy; she sent her application in late so it's not in the same pile as the rest.

James: So that's the 7th of April and 46 students, correct?

Jonathon; Yes, perfect, and three teachers. Is there a morning flight?

James: Yes, your flight is at 7 a.m. on Monday the 7th of April.

Arrive at the airport two hours before departure. The flight will take about two and a half hours and you'll land at 10.30 a.m. local time. How does that sound?

Jonathon: Sounds great, Can I give you my e-mail address to confirm the rest of the details?

James: Of course.

Jonathon: It's jonathon.presley@sainsbury.com. That's j-o-n-a-t-h-o-n dot p-r-e-s-l-e-y at s-a-i-n-s-b-u-r-y dot com. And well pay by credit card if possible.

James: That'll be perfect. What's your card number?

Jonathon: It's 6676 6654 97431251, expiry date 01 Jan 2015.

James: And the name on the credit card?

Jonathon: That's my own, Jonathon Presley.

James: So, £679 times 46 students, I'm going to charge £31,234 to your credit card, that's the total cost.

Jonathon: Sounds fine.

James: Great! Well, I think that's all we need for now, Jonathon. It's been a pleasure doing business with you. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to give me a call. We'll be in touch next week to confirm the booking details.

Jonathon: Okay, and thank you very much for your help, James. Bye for now.

James: Bye bye Jonathon! Speak soon.

*That is the end of Part one. You now have half a minute to check your answers.*

*(Pause the recording for 30 seconds)*

*Now turn to Part two.*

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