I sitors to the Centre should note that we often experience near-freezing nightetime ismperatures at the Centre, so please dress in warm clothes. We hope to see you at the "acker Centre soon! Test 2 Part 4 Questions Read the text and questions below. I spend my days at work eating chocolate! Tasting the chocolate is an essential part of making sure that customers get perfect bars of high-quality chocolate from the company I work for.
Every week] receive samples, small amounts that show what the chocolate is like, from our factory and I have to check them for taste, texture and smell. I also have to taste the raw materials we usually use — the nuts, fruit and so on. I spend days choosing the most suitable ones to go into the chocolate. My kitchen is full of machines and ingredients to play with. No two days are the same in this job.
But that kind of variety, and lack of routine, is something I love about the job, although I think it still comes second to the chocolate itself! The question I get asked most is whether I get bored of chocolate.
What is James Waltham doing in the text? A B C D recommending the best ways to test chocolate describing what personal qualities are needed to do his job telling readers what makes his job worth doing for him suggesting different methods of making chocolate 22 James says that when he tells people about his work, they say they would like to do the same thing.
Reading James says that working in his kitchen involves A trying various different preparation methods. B checking the quantities of ingredients in each bar. C discussing his opinions with other members of staff.
D making sure the best chocolate-making equipment is used. What does James think is a disadvantage of his job? A He sometimes feels he has eaten too much chocolate. B He finds it difficult to have a routine with his work.
C He has worked with the same product too long. D He needs to travel abroad some of the time. Which one would be an advert for the chocolate company James works for? A W h l h b t Every single bar of chocolate that. C We're proud of being so environmentally friendly — all our ingredients are bought from local businesses. We check everything that goes into our chocolate, so that you can enjoy the best chocolate possible.
Test 2 Part 5 Questions Read the text below and choose the correct word for each space. Because there are several different We use them for transport as It's now also very Horses need food and water in large A horse can drink They can live for Cycling is great fun as. My friend Dan usually. We like visiting the lake near our town. It was several months.
Test 2 Part 2 Question 6 You are on holiday in a town by the sea. You decide to write a postcard to your friend, Sam.
Write a postcard to Sam. Part 3. Question 7 0 This is part of a letter you receive from an Australian. I've just joined a film club. Why do you like it? Qiestion 8 0 - our English teacher wants you to write a story. Listening 2 What does the shop assistant give the man? Where must the woman go to buy dollars?
Part 2 Questions You will hear an interview with a woman called Marta Stanston, who runs a mobile restaurant that she sets up in different places. C 10 For Marta, the best thing about mobile A '1 restaurants was Marta had difficulty serving food on a A beach because of it was really badly paid. She found the staff unfriendly. They are only advertised online. Food never gets thrown away. Menus can be easily changed. Test 2 12 Marta tries to avoid serving meals in her home because 13 What worries Marta about the future?
Listening Part 3 Questions You will hear an announcement about an outdoor cinema. For each question, fill in the missing information in the numbered space. Outdoor cinema The cinema is surrounded by It's possible to watch the Cinema visitors are advised to take a 16 , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,,. The cinema is It's a good idea to have a Test 2 Part 4 Questions Look at the six sentences for this part.
You will hear a woman called Laura and a man called Karl talking about living away from home whilst studying at university. I: ] D 21 Karl has had problems studying in another language. I: ] E] 22 Laura is surprised at how little work there is on her course.
I: E] 23 Karl is uncertain whether to return home after his course. I: I I: ] 24 Laura is missing her parents. Speaking About the Speaking test The Speaking test lasts about 10 to 12 minutes. There are two examiners in the room. Both the examiners give you marks. Part 1 The examiners introduce themselves and then one examiner asks you and your partner to say your names and spell them. This examiner then asks you questions about yourself, your daily life, interests, etc.
Part 2 The examiner asks you to talk about something together and gives you a drawing to help you. Part 3 You each have a chance to talk by yourselves. The examiner gives you a colour photograph to look at and asks you to talk about it. When you have finished talking, the examiner gives your partner a different photograph to look at and to talk about.
Part 4 The examiner asks you and your partner to say more about the subject of the photographs in Part 3.
You may be asked to give your opinion or to talk about something that has happened to you. The roads are still icy and they're forecasting snow. Why not take your sister instead? B tonight's show is cancelled due to bad weather. C Felipe should watch the weather forecast tonight. I'm on the A way again now — see. C We buy our fresh vegetables locally to save you money.
A David is fixing his broken car on the motorway at the moment. B David is half an hour away from where Jack lives. C David is hoping Jack will collect him in his car soon.
A Maria needs Denise to return something she lent her a while ago. B Maria is inviting Denise to go somewhere with her and Mark. C Maria wants to borrow something from Denise that she can wear for snowboarding. A Only hospital visitors can park here for longer than two hours.
B Members of hospital staff are allowed to leave their cars here. C This car park is for people visiting the hospital for a short time. Test 3 Part 2 Questions The people below all want to visit a watersports centre.
On the opposite page there are descriptions of eight watersports centres. Decide which centre would be the most suitable for the following people. Victor and Olga need a personal instructor to teach them better powerboat skills, and to find their way safely around the waters oh the coast. They want to go without booking in advance. Felipe wants a weekend training session for his staff, to help them work well together. He'd like them to do sailing and indoor activities, and have comfortable overnight accommodation at the centre.
Harry wants to find a centre where top people in watersports train and where he can measure his skills to see if he could compete professionally. Tania and Paolo can already waterski, and want to try another challenging watersport. They want to go in the evenings, and be able to eat at the centre afterwards. They'd like to have a good idea of what the place is like before going.
Arrange a session at the big lake, with watersports facilities good enough for even professionals to practise on, plus indoor football and tennis. No individual training is available. There's a range of activities, with powerboats, sailing or an indoor sports centre — ideal for team-building. Padcaster Centre The huge lake at the Padcaster Centre is perfect for waterskiing and sailing.
See how you compare with the champions! Prices are very fair. Casson Centre The Casson Centre and cafe are open all day until 9 pm. The small hotel on site is useful for anyone navelling 21 long way to the Centre.
B Marinewater The Marinewater website shows their whole range of watersports from sailing to the exciting experience of controlling a boat on a fast-moving river. Booking is recommended.
Marston Centre The Marston Centre offers courses at all levels for learning to manage every kind of boat you can think of. Fees for private teaching sessions are reasonable. The centre also offers training in how not to get lost at sea.
See their website! Camford Centre The Camford Centre offers sailing for people who love relaxing on the water, and also has volleyball and badminton courts in its well-designed building.
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