Questions 1 -10
Complete the form below.
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
Customer Information form
Date: Sunday, 12th May
Reason for call: computer problem
What happened: the screen 1
- restarted computer
- The computer is 2 - not running on battery
Activity when the problem occurred: 3
Possible diagnosis: a virus
Name of 4 programme in use: no answer.
Time scheduled for visit: 6
Street address: 14 7 Crescent, 2F3
Customer name: Sandra 8
Name on buzzer: the same as above
Fee: £ 9 for the first hour’s work, then £40 per hour
Estimated time for job: less than 10
Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.
The speaker’s job requires
Why is this story being told?
Why do the charity workers usually surprise communities?
When villagers heard of the charity workers’ arrival, they
Helen is feeling
What did the speaker notice about Helen?
Making someone feel beautiful was
Complete the sentences below.
Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
Jessica is interviewing Dr. Kitching for 21 for the school newspaper.
Everyone Jessica knows is rather 22 about how to ask for references.
Dr. Kitching gives Jessica permission to 23 their conversation.
Dr. Kitching writes more than 24 a year.
The majority of 25 are in the spring or early summer when students start thinking about their future.
Complete the flow-chart below.
Choose FIVE answers from the box and write the correct letter A - G next to questions 26 - 30.
Start with a(n) 26
Say what 27 you took and when you took it.
Give any 28 to identify yourself.
Follow up with a(n) 29
Ask for a(n) 30
Complete the notes below.
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Date: 6th November
Lecture Topic: Primate Behaviour
Review - last lecture we talked about how physical features apply to:
• living primates
• Human evolution is not just about how people have 32 , but also about how our behaviour evolved.
• The most notable thing about humans is not just that they walk on two legs but that they can 33
Primate Cognitive Abilities
Cognition = the amount of 34 that goes into a behaviour,
It's difficult to come up with 35 to measure cognition.
How sentient are the 36 ?
Sentient = there is 37 conscious thought
Behaviours that support the presence of conscious thought in primates:
• Various sorts of 38 (helping others without benefit)
• "Machiavellian intelligence" or deliberate 39
• Chimps can be language trained - highly intelligent
• Cognition and intelligence in primates has deep 40 ramifications.