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For each question, there are three pictures and a short recording.

Choose the correct picture. 

What is the man’s job now?

Which calendar will the boy buy?

You will hear a news reporter called Angela Bond, talking on the radio about her job.

Choose the correct answer. 

Where is Angela working at the moment?

  • Britain
  • the USA
  • Asia

Angela likes her job because she__________

  • love being in dangerous situations.
  • never knows where she’ll go next.
  • enjoy watching important events happen.

What did Angela bring home from Hong Kong?

  • pictures
  • carpets
  • furniture

Choose the correct answer. 

According to Don, what might be a problem for Jenny?

  • her accent
  • talking to her colleagues
  • understanding local people

How many members does the club have now?

  • 30
  • 50
  • 80

How often does the club meet?

  • once a week
  • once every two weeks
  • once a month

What is the club’s most frequent type of activity?

  • a talk
  • a visit
  • a meal

The main purpose of the club is to help members to_________

  • meet Australians.
  • learn about life in Australia.
  • enjoy themselves together.

Look at the text in each question.
What does it say?
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Who should Lisa contact if she wants to go to the concert?

  • Yvonne
  • Marie
  • Sally

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What does it say?
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  • Register your car here by filling in this form.
  • Put this form in your car windscreen after filling it in.
  • Place the completed form at the top of your car windscreen.

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What does it say?
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What has changed about the trip to Woodley Place?

  • the transport
  • the price
  • the departure time

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What does it say?
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What will Sonja's mother do?

  • receive money for the dry cleaning from Sonja tonight
  • fetch Sonja's jacket from the dry cleaner's for her
  • deliver her own clothes to the dry cleaner's

Look at the text in each question.
What does it say?
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  • Each tour of the castle lasts less than two hours.
  • Two hours is the minimum time recommended for a visit to the castle.
  • Visitors are only allowed to spend two hours inside the castle.

Read the text below and choose the correct answer for each space.

Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise is one of the most successful actors in cinema history. However, life hasn't always been that easy for him. As a young boy, Tom was shy and had in finding friends, although he really enjoyed part in school plays.

he had finished High School, Tom went to New York to look for work. He found employment as a porter, and at the same time, he drama classes. In 1980, the film director Franco Zeffirelli Tom his first part in a film. Ten years later, he had become   successful that he was one of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood, millions of dollars for film.

Today, Tom appears in films and is as as ever with his thousands of fans from all around the world.

Read the text and questions below.

New TV Star

Caroline Benson talks about her first TV role

'I never expected to spend some of my first year at university filming The Finnegans. I'd only ever acted at school, but I'd loved the book since I was eleven. My grandmother used to say I was just like Polly Finnegan and I always imagined myself playing her. I'd taken a year off to go travelling before university. While I was in Chile, my mother emailed me to say there were plans to turn the book into a TV drama. I knew I had to go for the part. She was surprised at first, but sent my photograph to the director and persuaded him to meet me. I flew back and got the part.

The outdoor filming started a week into term, so I got permission from the university to be away for three weeks. Once I was back at university, I got up at 6.00 am to write the essays I'd missed. I didn't tell my university friends, but they found out and thought it was great.

It was an amazing experience - I'm so lucky. After university, I definitely want to make acting my career. I'm not from an acting family, though my grandfather was an opera singer. I've tried for other TV parts but haven't received any offers yet.

I don't know how I managed it all, because I had a full social life too. When filming finished, I hardly knew what to do. I've since appeared in two college plays. Unfortunately, I haven't been home much and now my first year at university is over, I'm off to Greece for the summer with friends.'

In this text, Caroline Benson is _____

  • advising students to finish studying before taking up acting.
  • describing how pleased she was about this opportunity to act.
  • warning other young people that acting is a difficult career.
  • explaining why she has always wanted to be an actor.

Why did Caroline decide to try for a part in The Finnegans?

  • She thought the book would make a great TV drama.
  • She agreed with her grandmother that she should apply.
  • She felt she was perfect for the part of Polly.
  • She was anxious about starting university.

What does Caroline say about her mother?

  • She encouraged Caroline to keep travelling.
  • She felt Caroline would be a good actor.
  • She was sorry she had emailed Caroline.
  • She helped Caroline to get the part.

How did Caroline manage to find time to do the filming?

  • She missed lectures and hoped nobody would notice.
  • She delayed going to university until filming was over.
  • She took time off and did her college work later.
  • She asked her friends to help with her essays.

Which of the following would Caroline write to a pen friend?

  • I'm going to continue with my studies, but hope to have the opportunity to do another TV programme soon.
  • Now I’ve finished both the filming and my first year at university, I plan to spend more time with my family.
  • I enjoyed filming the TV drama but I've missed having a social life - I don't know what to doat weekends.
  • Acting is more difficult than I'd expected, but I’ve learned a lot from other members of my family who work in the business.

Which figure contains two congruent triangles?

Which representation does not show y as a function of x?

What is the slope of this line?

  • 3/4
  • 1
  • 4/3
  • 1/2

The Moon is

  • the second Earth.
  • the Earth’s only natural satellite.
  • bigger than the Earth.
  • able to produce its own light.

Choose the correct answer.
Which of the following options represents a nerve cell?


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He's so ___________ that he always expects other people to do the work.

  • lazy
  • reserved
  • apathetic
  • passive

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All my friends have big new cars. I'm becoming ________of my old Mini.

  • embarrassed
  • guilty
  • ashamed
  • upset

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Fiona is very angry ___________her boss's decision to sack several members of staff.

  • against
  • by
  • for
  • about

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You are under no obligation to help as assistance is purely________.

  • voluntary
  • free
  • charitable
  • donated

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I'm afraid you may find the truth somewhat _____.

  • inedible
  • unpalatable
  • indigestible
  • unmanageable

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Not Scotland again! It rained everyday last time, I want to go _____ sunny this summer.

  • someone
  • something
  • somebody
  • somewhere

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She's very__________. She can be relied on to do her job properly.

  • efficient
  • cautious
  • serious
  • conservative

You_____ whisper. Nobody can hear us.

  • needn't to
  • mustn't
  • need to
  • don't have to

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The youth team really _____ themselves in the semi-final.

  • surmounted
  • exceeded
  • beat
  • excelled

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In my opinion, it's only common ______ to wear a seat belt in a car.

  • judgement
  • sense
  • intelligence
  • wit

Choose the sentence which is closest in meaning to the one in bold.
All the best items had been sold by the time we got to the exhibition.

  • We stayed on at the exhibition until all the best things had been sold.
  • By the time we arrived at the exhibition they had sold all but a few expensive items.
  • We arrived at the exhibition too late to find anything worth buying.
  • Some of the most valuable things at the exhibition weren’t sold till much later.

Choose the sentence which is closest in meaning to the one in bold.
Apparently, Tom and Larry can't spend an afternoon together without fighting.

  • A fight seems inevitable when Tom and Larry are together even if only for an afternoon.
  • Tom and Larry must have got together in the afternoon to have a fight.
  • Presumably, on the afternoon of the fight, Tom and Larry were together.
  • Unfortunately, Tom and Larry spent the whole afternoon fighting each other.

Choose the sentence which is closest in meaning to the one in bold.
We haven't seen each other for ages, so I'm wondering whether I shall even recognize him.

  • Though we haven't met for years, there's no fear of not recognizing him.
  • It's such a long time since we met that I'm afraid I may not recognize him.
  • You’ll have no difficulty in recognizing him, for he's changed little over the years.
  • I met him years ago but I doubt if I should even recognize him now.

Choose the sentence which is closest in meaning to the one in bold.
Wouldn't it be better to let them know about the alterations to the plan?

  • Why haven't they been informed about the new developments?
  • Shouldn't they have been consulted before the scheme was changed?
  • Don't you think they should be informed about the changes in the plan?
  • We'd better ask them to change the plan, hadn't we?

Choose the sentence which is closest in meaning to the one in bold.
Don't take any notice of all his complaints about his health; there's nothing wrong with him.

  • You can ignore all his talk of being ill; he's actually perfectly healthy.
  • Try to avoid the subject of his health as I am tired of hearing all about this complaints.
  • Don't listen to him talking about his health; it's his favourite subject.
  • If you let him, he would talk only about his ill-health though actually he is quite healthy.