You hear a man talking about a meal he had.
What was unexpected about the meal?
In a theatre box office, you hear this conversation.
What does the man want to do?
You hear an advertisement for a concert.
What is being offered?
You hear a guide talking to a group of tourists.
Where are they?
You hear a woman talking about something she saw when she was driving.
How did she feel about what she saw?
Listen to this conversation between a doctor and a patient.
The patient ______
You hear a taxi driver talking about a passenger.
What did the passenger do?
A friend reads the report of a football match from the newspaper.
The match was won by _____
You will hear part of an interview with Luke Harding, a young student. Complete the sentences with a word or short phrase.
Luke says his film studies course is just as as traditional courses such as English or History.
Students on the course must have ideas about the films they see which they can with proof.
Most of the films studied in the second year are chosen by the .
About 20 per cent of the first-year course is work.
The course includes studying films like Harry Potter.
Students have to find out about people who have in film world.
Students who don't pass the first-year exam have to .
In the second year, students have to study a of films, including those made in other languages.
Students have to write, shoot and a short film.
Luke says the course has increased his .
You will hear five different women talking on the subject of happiness. For each gap, choose from the list (A - F) what each speaker says about their course. Use the letters only once. There is one extra letter which you do not need to use.
A. She talks about her good news.
B. She starts each day with a decision.
C. She laughs at every opportunity.
D. She praises the people she likes.
E. She finds time for extra leisure activities.
F. She concentrates on a few activities.
You will hear part of a radio interview with a woman called Susan who runs a city farm.
For each question, choose the correct answer.