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ELFIRA/14018093

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1. SECTION 1 (ONLINE 3)
TIME: 09.00 am

LIBRARY INFORMATION

Example Answer

Minimum joining age: 18 years

For registration, must take


two 1 passport photos and
two forms of I.D. e.g. driving licence, 2 bank statement

Cost to join per year (without current student card): 3 125

Number of items allowed: (members of public) 4 8

Login times: four weeks

Fines start at 5 1.50

Computers can be booked up to 6 24 hours in advance

Library holds most national papers, a11 7 local paper and magazines Need 8 a card to
use photocopier

Creative Writing class


tutor is John 9 Grantingham and
held on 10 Friday evenings

LIBRARY INFORMATION
Example Answer

Minimum joining age: 18 years

For registration, must take


two 1 (passport) photos / (passport) photographs and
two forms of I.D. e.g. driving licence, 2 (a) bank statement

Cost to join per year (without current student card): 3 125 (per year)

Number of items allowed: (members of public) 4 8

Login times: four weeks

Fines start at 5 1.50

Computers can be booked up to 6 48 hours in advance

Library holds most national papers, a11 7 local papers / local newspapers, and
magazines Need 8 (a) card / cards to use photocopier

Creative Writing class


tutor is John 9 Grantingham and
held on 10 Friday evenings

2. SECTION 2 (ONLINE 3)
TIME: 09.15

11) In 1993 Dan Pearman went to Ecuador 11) In 1993 Dan Pearman went to Ecuador

A as a tourist guide. A as a tourist guide.


B as part of his studies. B as part of his studies.
C as a voluntary worker. C as a voluntary worker.

Dan's neighbour was successful in business Dan's neighbour was successful in


12) 12)
because he business because he

A employed carpenters from the area. A employed carpenters from the area.
B was the most skilled craftsman in the town. B was the most skilled craftsman in the
town.
C found it easy to reach customers.
C found it easy to reach customers.
13)Dan says the charity relies on
13)Dan says the charity relies on
A getting enough bicycles to send regularly.
A getting enough bicycles to send

B finding new areas which need the bicycles. regularly.

C charging for the bicycles it sends abroad. B finding new areas which need the
bicycles.
14)What does Dan say about the town of Rivas?
C charging for the bicycles it sends
abroad.
A It has received the greatest number of bikes.
What does Dan say about the town of
B It has almost as many bikes as Amsterdam. 14)
Rivas?

C Its economy has been totally transformed. A It has received the greatest number of
bikes.
What problem did the charity face in August
15)
2000? B It has almost as many bikes as
Amsterdam.
A It couldn't meet its overheads.
C Its economy has been totally

B It had to delay sending the bikes. transformed.

C It was criticised in the British media. What problem did the charity face in
15)
August 2000?

A It couldn't meet its overheads.

B It had to delay sending the bikes.

C It was criticised in the British media.


Questions 16 and 17
Questions 16 and 17
Answer the questions below.
Answer the questions below.
Write NO MORE THAN ONE WORD OR A
Write NO MORE THAN ONE WORD OR A NUMBER for each answer.
NUMBER for each answer.

16) How much money did the charity receive


16) How much money did the charity receive when it when it won an award? 75,000
won an award? 75.000
17) What is the charity currently hoping to
17) What is the charity currently hoping to buy? computers
buy? computers

Questions 18-20 Questions 18-20

Choose THREE letters A-G. Choose THREE letters A-G.

Which THREE things can the general public do to Which THREE things can the general public do
help the charity Pedal Power? to help the charity Pedal Power?

A organise a bicycle collection A organise a bicycle collection

B repair the donated bikes B repair the donated bikes

C donate their unwanted tools C donate their unwanted tools

D do voluntary work in its office D do voluntary work in its office

E hold an event to raise money E hold an event to raise money

F identify areas that need bikes F identify areas that need bikes

G write to the government G write to the government

3. SECTION 3 (ONLINE 3)
TIME: 09.30 am

'Student Life' video project

Cristina Ibrahim

Enjoyed:
using the camera contact with students doing other
going to British (21) home courses (has asked some
to (22)have a dinner with him)

listening to British students'


Most useful listening to instructions
language because of
language learning (23) technical word
practice: - normal speed
vocabulary
- large amount of (24) slang

operating video camera


working with other people:
- learning about (25) cooperating
General
usefulness: the importance of (27) editing
- compromising
- (26) persuading people who have
different views

decide when to (28) start each stage

Things to do at the beginning


differently in don't make the film too (30) long
future:
make more effort to (29) lenses with the
camera

'Student Life' video project

Cristina Ibrahim

contact with students doing other


using the camera
courses (has asked some to (22)
Enjoyed: going to British (21) home / student's
(have) dinner / come to dinner /
home
go to dinner with him)
listening to British students'
Most useful
listening to instructions language because of
language
practice: learning (23) techincal vocabulary - normal speed
- large amount of (24) slang

operating video camera


working with other people:
- learning about (25) cooperating /
General cooperation
usefulness: the importance of (27) editing

- compromising
- (26) persuading people who have
different views

decide when to (28) complete each

Things to do stage at the beginning


differently in don't make the film too (30) long
future:
make more effort
to (29) experimentwith the camera