Questions 1-5Listen from here
Complete the notes below.
Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer
Destination ..........Camden Town...........
• Fast train leaves at from platform 9.
• Nearest station is
• Number 999 bus goes to Gower Street
• The train leaves the railway station from platform
• There is a train every
Questions 6-10Listen from here
Complete the table below.
Write NO MORE THAN ONE WORD AN DIOR A NUMBER for each answer.
Means of transport
Train (busy time)
Train (off-peak hours)
Regular Thames boat trip
Half-day sightseeing boat tour
Whole-day sightseeing boat tour
Questions 11-16Listen from here
Label the table below.
Write NO MOKE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.
• your decision when to allocate time to your issues
• and reflect
face-to-face individual counselling
• talk In person
• 50-minute session
• how to function to others
• personal development
• find out more about your issues
• links to a range of resources
specific issue workshops
• similar specific issues
• develop helpful
Questions 17-20 Listen from here
Which counsellor should you see?
Write the correct letter: A, B or C, next to questions 17-20.
17. if you have not made an appointment
18. if you have never seen a counsellor before
19. if you suffer from stress or anxiety
20. if you are not able to see a counsellor during normal office hours
Questions 21-30Listen from here
Complete the notes below.
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
• Number one criterion for a good essay is
• Avoid writing an essay that is a regurgitation of facts, or other people’s opinions.
• The second important thing to keep in mind is
• Write and ideas down before you start.
• Look at the before you start writing.
• Know . Do not make the mistake of writing for yourself.
• Absolute maximum paragraph size is an
• One thought should another in your English Literature essay.
• To make the transition between paragraphs smoother, you can use and phrases.
• Every English Literature essay should have a clear argument. This should not be but rather, it should include several possible sides of the discussion.
Questions 31-35Listen from here
Complete each sentence with NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.
Red is a potent colour. It brings to mind many
It is frequently used to imply or refer to
Our faces become red when we are very angry, hence the expression to
When , we become suddenly red in the face from embarrassment or shame, modesty or guilt.
Finally, red is the colour most often used to symbolise love, the most common example of which is, of course,
Questions 36-40Listen from here
Choose the correct letter, A, B, C or D.