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| | | |7 unemployment | | |
| | | |8 teenagers social | | |
| | | |problems why? | | |
| | | |9 nuclear power | | |
| | | |10 globalisation | | |
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| | | |prisons | | |
| | | |universities | | |
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| | | |children and parents | | |
| | | |history | | |
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Listening Question Types
1 B B AB BDF
2. DF
3. B CA
4. C
5 1 cultural differences 2 power 3 communal
7 1 poetry reading 2 Town Hall
8 1TV advert 2 computer problems
9 1 see wild animals 2 self-catering 1 romantic poets 2 translation workshop
10 1 traditional 2 customer
11 1 test 2 handwritten letter
Listening Exercises
Exercise 1 (2) 1. 86 77 532 148 2. C 3. 575-3174 4. B 5. XY 538
Exercise 2 1. Tomas 2. Maine 3. Patti 4. Roberts 5. Springvale 6. Dixson 7. A Miranda B. 7043218 8. A Bijou B. 232-5488 9. A. Janson B. 335 10. A. String B.15 B 11. A. Willard B. 70 12. A. 1705 B. Landover
Exercise 3 1. (a) taxi/cab 2. city center/centre 3. wait 4. door-to-door 5. reserve (a seat) 6. (the) 17th (of) October 7. 12.30 8. Thomson 9. AC 936 10. 3303 8450 2045 68 37
Exercise 4 Emotions 1. C 2. A 3. B 4. C 5. A 6. C
Section 3
21 5
22 assessed
23 A
24 B
25 A
26 C
27 media room
28 resources room
29 embassy
30 statistics/stats

Section 3
21 21 May
22 18 000 – 20 000
23 research methods
24 (draft plan)
25 research
26 March May
27 A
28 A
29 C
30 B

Exercise 5
Time
1. B 2. A 3. C 4. C 5. 12.15 6. 4.00
Date
1. 15 2. December 3. September 4. 7 5. C 6. A
Day
1. Monday 2. Thursday 3. Thursday 4. Friday 5. B 6. B
Year
1. 1803 2. 1851 3. B 4. C 5. 1985 6. 1988
Season
1. winter 2. summer 3. C 4. B 5. fall 6. winter Target 6 1. sometimes 2. seldom 3. always 4. never 5. often 6. always 7. daily 8. once a month 9. twice a week 10. from time to time 11. once a month 12. every other week

Listening Practice Test 1 1. 75 cm (s) / centimeters 2. wood 3. £ 15 / fifteen pounds 4. cream 5. adjustable 6. cupboard 7. doors 8. £ 95/ ninety-five pounds 9. Blake 10. B

11. cafe 12. 7.30 (pm) / seven thirty / half past seven 13. (the) disabled 14. birds 15. (art) exhibitions 16. abstract 17. designer 18. portraits 19. two/ 2 years 20. photographs/ photos

21. A 22. C 23. B 24. C 25. B 26. interests (and) style 27. visuals 28. range 29. source (s) 30. content

31. B 32. B 33. A 34. microclimate 35. concentration 36. frost 37. liquid 38. supercooling 39. Mars 40. locations
Listening Practice Test 2 1. B 2. A 3. C 4. bus station 5. £ 450 6. noisy 7. Hills Avenue 8. dining room 9. (very) modern 10. quiet

11. Sundays 12. 1998 13. 100 000 / one hundred thousand 14. government 15. research 16. Conference Centre/Center 17. Information Desk 18. bookshop 19. King(`)s library 20. stamp display

21. B 22. C 23. A 24. B 25. A 26. organisation 27. definition 28. aims 29. Key Skills 30. evidence

31. proficiency 32. learning 33. social (and) economic 34. positive 35. adults

36. A 37. A 38. B 39. C 40. A
Listening Practice Test 3 1. 230 South Road 2. 18 3. activities (and/&) workshops 4. £ 250 5. interactive 6. material(s) 7. insurance 8. publicity 9. programme 10. not available/unavailable

11. A 12. C 13. B 14. A 15. C 16. B 17. E 18. G 19. H 20. C

21. investigate 22. sunny (and) warm 23. change 24. F 25. D 26. C 27. B 28. B 29. F 30. H

31. A 32. D 33. B 34. E 35. 12,000 36. minority 37. all 38. teachers 39. (the) evaluation 40. poor
Listening Practice Test 4 1. 19.75 2. theme 3. quiet 4. children 5. breakfast (is) 6. (free) sky(-)dive 7. A 8. C 9. B 10. C

11. B 12. A 13. C 14. C

15. schools 16. local councils 17. companies 18. 020 7562 4028 19. £ 27.50 20. 3 hours

21. (the/their) technique 22. (answering) (the/students’) questions 23. (the/their) solutions 24. A 25. B 26. B 27. C 28. end(ing) 29. limitations 30. literature

31. clean (and) safe 32. basic needs 33. local government 34. residents 35. economic 36. secondary school 37. films 38. Women’s Centre 39. skills 40. status Listening Practice Test 5

1. B 2. A 3. C 4. B 5. A 6. A 7. B 8. B 9. D 10. G

11. June 6 th 12. 5,000 13. transportation 14. low levels 15. Commuter 16. plant trees 17. upgrade 18. border 19. clean(er) fuels 20. factories

21. noth-west 22. spray 23. (small) library 24. mountains 25. field observation 26. development 27. water 28. market town 29. national park 30. dissertation

31. requirements 32. private 33. attitudes 34. interviews 35. B 36. C 37. B 38. B 39. A 40. C
Listening Practice Test 6 1. Lower Green(e) Street 2. 01778552387 3. (a) field 4. (a) van 5. Flyer 3000 6. blue 7. flat tyre/tire 8. 8 days 9. Hill Farm Estate 10. local 11. fisherman 12. six months 13. captain 14. education 15. (an) interpreter 16. sister cities 17. Festival 18. I 19. B 20. E 21. A 22. B 23. B 24. D 25. G 26. C 27. E 28. progress reviews 29. critical reflection 30. exhibition 31. physical 32. instincts 33. relief 34. (social) bonds 35. power 36. negative 37. release 38. hormones 39. immune system 40. bad dreams
Section 4 only

1
31. April
32. children
33. repeated
34. human
35. magic
36. distance
37. culture
38. fire (s)
39. touching
40. intact

2
31. C
32. B
33. C
34. A
35. A
36. 2 directions
37. confident
38. vision
39. correction
40. balance

3

31. B
32. B
33. A
34. C
35. business
36. kitchen
37. world
38. escape
39. baby
40. chocolate
4
31. B
32. C
33. A
34. water
35. meat
36. cheese
37. 5th taste
38. common
39. bitterness
40. minerals

Reading Question Types
1 С EB
2 1TRUE 2 FALSE 3 NOT GIVEN

3 1 NO 2 NOT GIVEN

4 iii i

5. C A C C B B

6 1 F 2 D 3 H 4 B 5 G 6 I
7 1 protect 2 stiff 3 transparent 4 glycerine

8 1 functions 2 Board 3 publicity 4 planning
9 1 1912 2 metal 3 Osaka 4 32 200 5 1962 6 New Jersey
10 1 (in) 1964 2 syntactic foam 3 robotic arms 4 (a) basket

11 1 mills 2 refineries 3 impurities 4 recovery 5 cattle

Reading Practice Test 1

1. B 2. A 3. A 4. E 5. D 6. phantom 7. echoes/obstacles 8. depth 9. submarines 10. natural selection 11. radio waves/echoes 12. mathematical theories 13. zoologist 14. xi 15. vii 16. v 17. i 18. ix 19. ii 20. x 21. NO 22. YES 23. NOT GIVEN 24. NO 25. YES 26. NOT GIVEN 27. D 28. A 29. B 30. C 31. FALSE 32. FALSE 33. TRUE 34. NOT GIVEN 35. NOT GIVEN 36. TRUE 37. F 38. H 39. K 40. G

Reading Practice Test 2 1. TRUE 2. FALSE 3. NOT GIVEN 4. TRUE 5. FALSE 6. NOT GIVEN 7. TRUE 8. (wooden) pulleys 9. stone 10. (accomplished) sailors 11. (modern) glider 12. flight 13. messages 14. FALSE 15. NOT GIVEN 16. TRUE 17. NOT GIVEN 18. TRUE 19. TRUE 20. FALSE 21. G 22. E 23. B 24. A 25. K 26. F 27. D 28. C 29. A 30. B 31. D 32. F 33. I 34. B 35. A 36. D 37. A 38. E 39. B 40. C Reading Practice Test 3 1. vi 2. ix 3. iii 4. viii 5. i 6. iv

7. D 8. B 9. D 10. A

11. managers (and/or) sportsmen 12. driving 13. Pharmaceutical (companies)

14. TRUE 15. FALSE 16. NOT GIVEN 17. TRUE 18. FALSE

19. D silent 20. F outstanding 21. B negative 22. H powerful 23. E social 24. A emotional 25. G little

26. B

27. G 28. D 29. J 30. B 31. I 32. C

33. asphalt 34. 9/nine 35. concrete

36. E air flow 37. J drainage 38. G sound energy 39. C rubbish 40. A frequencies

Reading Practice Test 4 1. B 2. A 3. D

4. E 5. D 6. F 7. B 8. I 9. G 10. E 11. D 12. A 13. F

14. NOT GIVEN 15. YES 16. NO 17. YES 18. NOT GIVEN 19. YES

20. agriculture / farms / farmland 21. parks 22. productivity 23. protein 24. DNA 25. game

26. A 27. D 28. E 29. B 30. H 31. A 32. F 33. D

34. sneezed 35. two 36. removed 37. analysis 38. life

39. C 40. D

Reading Practice Test 5 1. D 2. E 3. G 4. B 5. D 6. F 7. A 8. C 9. G 10. E

11. natural resource 12. recycling industry 13. drinkable liquids / beverages 14. (real) sand

15. NOT GIVEN 16. FALSE 17. NOT GIVEN 18. TRUE 19. TRUE

20. D 21. E 22. C 23. A

24. C 25. B 26. A 27. B

28. vi 29. v 30. viii 31. i 32. iv 33. vii

34. thousands of years 35. (tree) bark 36. overseas museums 37. school walls

38. B 39. D 40. C Reading Practice Test 6 1. B 2. D 3. A 4. C 5. A

6. ceiling vents 7. (the) (brick) chimneys 8. cement arches 9. (the) big fans 10. (the) (small) heaters

11. entrances 12. elevators 13. fan covers

14. v 15. i 16. ix 17. viii 18. iii 19. vi

20. F 21. D 22. A

23. brands 24. untruthful 25. unconscious 26. children

27. NOT GIVEN 28. TRUE 29. FALSE 30. TRUE 31. NOT GIVEN 32. FALSE

33. B 34. F 35. D 36. G 37. A 38. B 39. A 40. D

CLASS READING

Passage 1 1. YES 2. NOT GIVEN 3. NO 4. NOT GIVEN 5. YES 6. NO 7. C 8. D 9. C 10. B 11. B 12. E 13. D 14. I
Passage 2

1. F 2. A 3. B 4. D 5. I 6. C 7. B 8. D 9. C 10. NOT GIVEN 11. TRUE 12. FALSE 13. FALSE
Passage 3

1. iii 2. v 3. ii 4. YES 5. YES 6. NO 7. YES 8. NO 9. NOT GIVEN 10. cheese 11. tourism/tourist/tour 12. pottery 13. jewellery/jewelry
Passage 4

1. vii 2. i 3. vi 4. iv 5. ix 6. xiii 7. v

8. YES 9. NOT GIVEN 10. NO

11. C 12. B 13. D

Passage 5

1. TRUE 2. TRUE 3. NOT GIVEN 4. FALSE 5. FALSE 6. TRUE 7. FALSE 8. temperatures 9. day-neutral/ day-neutral plants 10. food/food resources/adequate food resources/ adequate food 11. insects/ fertilization by insects 12. rainfall/suitable rainfall 13. sugarcane 14. classification

Passage 6

ii vii iv i iii
FALSE
TRUE
NOT GIVEN
FALSE
TRUE
F
D
C
Writing Comparisons

Task 2 a The bicycle was ranked as the most important by most males and females b More females than males ranked the bicycle, mobile phone, and radio as the most important c More males than females ranked the car, computer, Internet, and TV as the most important.

Different comparison structures:
More females than males chose the bicycle.
The bicycle was more popular than any other invention.
The car was less popular among females than males.
The least popular invention among both sexes was the TV.
More women than men voted for the mobile phone.
The most popular invention among the both sexes was the bicycle.
Fewer males than females picked the radio.
The computer was less important for women than for men.
More people selected the bicycle than any other invention.
The TV was less popular than any other invention.
Not as many males as females chose the car.

Task 3 a how, and b For example, c respectively, d whereas e Meanwhile, f but, which g that

Task 4.1
26 per cent about one in four just over a quarter

33 per cent one third one in three

48 per cent almost half nearly half just under one half close to one half

75 per cent three out of four three quarters

Task 4.2

very big: vast, overwhelming, very big (used before numbers): massive, hefty very small: tiny not very big (used before numbers): modest, mere

Task 4.3 a just under a quarter b a massive 90 %, 75 % c just over one third, a mere 10 % d a hefty 64 % e The overwhelming majority

Comparisons. Practice Writing Tests

Test 1. The chart shows information about the main sources of funding for scientific research and development (R & D) in the UK. The proportion of national income spent on R&D by country is shown in the table.

Between 1998 and 2001, the amount of funding allocated from each source rose very slightly. Approximately half of all investment throughout the period came from business, while the government consistently contributed around seventeen per cent. It is also noticeable that in 1998 and 1999 overseas spending on R&D on the UK was comparable to the government’s, at around seventeen per cent. Bur for the last two years it overtook government spending in the area.

As regards the proportion of national income allocated to R&D, the highest percentage (2.9 per cent) was spent by Japan, followed closely by the USA (2.5 per cent) By contrast, Italy contributed the smallest amount of national income to R&D, only 1.1 per cent, significantly below the EU average of 1.81 per cent.

It is interesting to note that although the UK’s spending on R&D was above the EU average in 1999, it is considerably behind other close trading partners France and Germany.
(193)

Test 2. The table compares the opinions of male and female club members about the services provided by a city sports club.

We can see from the responses that the male members are generally happy or satisfied with the range of activities at the club, with only 5% dissatisfied. In contrast, however, only about two-thirds of female members were positive about the activity range and almost a third were dissatisfied.

The genders were more in agreement about the club facilities. Only 14% of women and 10 % of men were unhappy with these, and the majority (64% and 63% respectively) were very positive.

Finally, the female respondents were much happier with the club opening hours than their male counterparts. Almost three-quarters of them were very satisfied with these and only 3% were unhappy, whereas nearly 40% of the men expressed their dissatisfaction.

Overall, the table indicates that female members are most unhappy with the range of activities, while male members feel that opening hours are the least satisfactory aspect of the club. (171 words)

Trends
Task 2.

2 a steady rise/ a gradual increase
3 a stable/constant pattern
4 a peak
5 a dramatic increase/ a sharp rise
6 a gradual decrease// fall

it rises steadily// it increases gradually it remains constant// stable it reaches a peak it increases dramatically//it rises sharply it falls/ declines gradually

Task 3
1 a slight b slightly

2 a impressive b impressively

3 a dramatically a dramatic

4 a gradually b gradual

5 a sharply, steeply b sharp, steep.

Task 4. trends. cinema-attendance

The graph compares level of cinema-going of four age groups in Australia from 1990 to the present and makes predictions until 2010.

The popularity of cinema-going has grown since 1990 for all age groups, with the increase ranging from just over 5 % for 14-24 year olds (90% to projected 96%) to around 25 % for the 35-29 year olds (60 % to over 85%). Going to the cinema has proved most popular with 14-24 year olds and least popular with the 50+ age-group, although the 40 % in 1990 is expected to have risen to almost 60% by 2010.

The only age group which is expected to record a decline in cinema attendance is the 25-34 year olds, with numbers predicted to fall by just over 5% from their peak of 80% in the middle of the period.

Overall, despite fluctuations, there has been a steady upward tend in cinema-going in Australia, although the recent decline in the 25-35 year old age group is expected to continue.
(168)

Trends. Practice Writing Tests
Test 1
The graph shows how many complaints were made about city noise in Newtown between 1980 and 1996.

Notably, the number of complaints about traffic noise, factory noise and domestic noise increased throughout the given period. The number of traffic noise complaints doubled from 300 in 1980 to 600 in 1996. Meanwhile, complaints about factory noise increased by about 50 % from 400 in 1980 to nearly 650 in 1996. Finally, the number of complaints about factories grew by approximately 150 complaints (from 400 to about 700).

The greatest cause of concern among the local people in Newtown was domestic noise, which by 1996 had soared to just over 1200 complaints from the initial mark of 500 complaints.

It is worth noting that during the 1980-1996 the local concern about road works showed a downward trend, with the number of complaints falling dramatically from just over 600 in 1980 to about 100 in 1996.

Overall, despite the sharp decrease in number of complaints about road works, the city of Newtown remained quite a noisy place with the number of other types of complaints on the increase.

(185)
Diagrams.
Task 2 a After the motorcycle is designed, a prototype is made. It is tested and the motorcycles is manufactured. After this, it is exported and sold. b First the wheat is planted, and later the crop is harvested. The wheat is transported to the mill where it is made into flour. The flour is bought by a baker. Later the bread is baked and sold.

Task 3
1 b 2 c 3 a 4 h 5 d 6 e 7 f 8 g

Task 4 a by a conveyor belt b oxygen c raw syngas d carbon dioxide, mercury and sulphur
3 purified syngas f it drives it g It powers it h the turbine i They are sent to a heat recovery steam generator

1 First of all
2 After that
3 where
4 From this
5 Following that
6 in turn
7 then
8 subsequently

Diagrams. Practice Writing Tests
Test 1

The diagram illustrates how to use water in order to generate electricity.

The diagram shows that the process of producing electricity involves natural processes such as water evaporation and cloud formation as well as special human-built equipment.

First of all, water evaporates from the sea, and as a result clouds are formed. When it rains, the water is collected in a purpose built reservoir. From there the water goes to turbine through a valve which could be opened or closed whenever necessary. This movement of water forces a turbine to rotate and generate electricity. Finally, the electricity is transferred to a transformer station via high voltage cables. The water which is involved in the process is used repeatedly. In other words, from the turbine it goes to a puma and then it returns to the reservoir. The transformer station in turn supplies city buildings such as schools and hospitals with electricity.

Overall, the illustration shows that there are 3 main steps in order to generate electricity: water collection, turbine rotation and electricity accumulation in the transformer station.
(177)

Maps
Task 2 a The town changed considerably over the period b In 1980 it was more residential c There were fewer trees in 2005 d They were dramatic. e The construction of the stadium and the removal of the houses. f They were cut down and replaced by skyscrapers.

Task 3
2 residential
3 experienced
4 noticeable
5 houses
6 factories
7 facilities
8 construction
9 corner
10 comparison

Task 4

a They are beside the railway line. b It is north-east of the lake. c It is south-west of the stadium. d It is south of the golf course e It is north of the skyscrapers. f It is in the south-west of the town. g It is south of the river.

Task 5
1 in
2 by
3 beside
4 from
5 beside
5 off

Maps. Practice Writing Test

The maps illustrate how the town of Templeton was redeveloped from 1990 to 2005

On the west bank of the river that divides the city into two parts, high-rise buildings were constructed replacing the small houses and some of the trees. Also a supermarket was erected in that area. A new stretch of a railway line was built along the sea coast and it ran from west to east joining the two parts of the city.

On the east bank of the river, it is worth mentioning that the airport as well as a few more houses around the hospital were built. Other remarkable developments involved the construction of a factory and the south-east of the city. Meanwhile all the trees in that corner that existed previously in 1990 were cut down and the houses were demolished. However, the hospital, the school and the parking were kept intact.

It is clear that the city undergone many changes throughout the given period.
(161)

Full Practice Test 1
Listening

1. keep-fit studio 2. swimming 3. yoga (classes) 4. salad bar 5. 500 6. 1 7. 10 (am), 4.30 (pm) 8. 180 9. assessment 10. Kynchley 11. B 12. G 13. C 14. A 15. E 16. D 17. (October (the)) 19th 18. 7 19. Monday, Thursday 20. 18 21. A 22. in advance 23. nursery 24. annual fee 25. tutor 26. laptops 27. printers 28. report writing 29. marketing 30. Individual 31. feed 32. metal leather 33. restrictions 34. ships 35. England 36. built 37. poverty 38. C 39. E 40. F

Reading 1. YES 2. NO 3. NOT GIVEN 4. YES 5. B 6. A 7. B 8. C 9. A 10. C 11. D 12. C 13. C 14. E 15. B 16. C 17. B 18. YES 19. NOT GIVEN 20. NO 21. YES 22. food bills/costs 23. (modern) intensive farming 24. organic farming 25. Greener Food Standard 26. farmers and consumers 27. ii 28. v 29. x 30. i 31. NO 32. YES 33. NO 34. YES 35. NOT GIVEN 36. D 37. I 38. G 39. E 40. B
Full Practice test 2.
Listening
1. 16 Rose Lane 2. 27 June 3. broken door 4. C 5. no locks 6. bathroom light 7. A 8. kitchen curtains 9. B 10. 1 pm 5 pm

11. B 12. C 13. waterfall (s) 14. 11 am 15. Spotlight (tour) 16. walking boots 17. socks 18. long trousers 19. (venomous) snakes 20. (certain) plants

21. B 22. B 23. A 24. C 25. C

26. check errors 27. record 28. a friend 29. general interest 30. dictionary

31. B 32. A 33. A 34. B 35. C 36. B 37. A 38. C 39. B 40. C

Reading

1. YES 2. NO 3. YES 4. NOT GIVEN 5. NO 6. NOT GIVEN

7. B 8. B 9. C

10. honesty and openness 11. consumers 12. armchair ethicals 13. social record

14. D 15. B 16. D 17. C 18. NO 19. YES 20. YES 21. NOT GIVEN

22. F 23. C 24. J 25. I

26. C

27. Apollo (space) programme 28. next century 29. 7000 30. disease 31. muscular dystrophy 32. cystic fibrosis

33. D 34. C 35. B 36. C 37. D 38. B 39. A 40. A…...

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