You hear part of a radio play.
Where does this scene take place?
You hear a man talking about a mountain.
Why did he advise his friend not to climb it?
You hear part of a radio programme about traveling abroad.
Who is speaking?
You hear a radio announcement about a transport problem.
What is the problem to do with?
You hear a man talking about his new car.
Why did he buy it?
You overhear two people discussing a museum they have recently visited.
What kind of museum was it?
You hear a radio announcement about a future event.
What is the aim of the event?
You hear the beginning of a radio programme.
What is the radio programme going to be about?
You will hear a man called Peter Welby, who makes small models of buildings, talking about his work. Complete the sentences with a word or short phrase.
Before becoming a model maker, Peter did a course in at a college.
Peter compares his job to the type of work done by a .
In Peter's hardest job, he was given some of the building to work from.
Peter's most enjoyable job was making a model of a for an exhibition.
Most of Peter's work is exported to .
Peter says his models look best when they have directed onto them.
Peter's model of Marney House measures centimetres in height.
The Marney House model took a long time to make because it had so many and roof tiles.
The roof tiles on the model of Marney House are made of .
Peter uses watercolour paint to reproduce the effects of the weather and .
You will hear five different people talking about why they decided to become nurses. For each gap, choose from the list (A - F) which statement applies to which speaker.
Use the letters only once. There is one extra letter which you do not need to use.
A. It was a childhood dream.
B. Teachers had recommended it.
C. A friend had decided to do it.
D. It offered a secure income.
E. It is a family tradition.
F. It is emotionally satisfying.
You will hear a girl called Tricia Simpkins talking at a public meeting about a plan to create a nature reserve in the centre of a large city.
For each question, choose the correct answer.
How did Tricia once feel about the countryside?
Why did Tricia take part in a wildlife survey?
What does Tricia say about the results of the survey?
What does Tricia say about the problems created by trees?
According to Tricia, what is wrong with the trees the council is planting?
What used to happen in the wasteland at the end of Tricia's street?
What is Tricia's suggestion for the new nature reserve?