Part 1: – Questions 1-10
Complete the form below. Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
CRIME REPORT FORM
Type of crime: theft
Example: Name – Louise Taylor
Date of birth: 14 December 1977
Occupation: interior designer
Reason for visit: business (to buy antique (2) )
Length of stay: two months
Current address: (3) Apartments (No 15)
Details of theft
Items stolen: – a wallet containing approximately (4) £
– a (5)
Date of theft: (6)
Possible time and place of theft
Location: outside the (7) at about 4 pm
Details of suspect: – some boys asked for the (8) then ran off
– one had a T-shirt with a picture of a tiger
– he was about 12, slim build with (9) hair
Crime reference number allocated – (10)
Part 2: Questions 11 – 20
Induction talk for new apprentices
Questions 11 and 12
Choose TWO letters, A-E.
Which TWO pieces of advice for the first week of an apprenticeship does the manager give?
A get to know colleagues
B learn from any mistakes
C ask lots of questions
D react positively to feedback
E enjoy new challenges
Questions 13 and 14
Choose TWO letters, A-E.
Which TWO things does the manager say mentors can help with?
B making career plans
C completing difficult tasks
D making a weekly timetable
E reviewing progress
Questions 15 – 20
What does the manager say about each of the following aspects of the company policy for apprentices?
Write the correct letter, A, B or C, next to Questions 15-20.
A It is encouraged.
B There are some restrictions.
C It is against the rules.
Company policy for apprentices
15. Using the internet
16. Flexible working
17. Booking holidays
18. Working overtime
19. Wearing trainers
20. Bringing food to work
Part 3: Questions 21 – 25
Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.
Cities built by the sea
21. Carla and Rob were surprised to learn that coastal cities
A contain nearly half the world’s population.
B include most of the world’s largest cities.
C are growing twice as fast as other cities.
22. According to Rob, building coastal cities near to rivers
A may bring pollution to the cities.
B may reduce the land available for agriculture.
C may mean the countryside is spoiled by industry.
23. What mistake was made when building water drainage channels in Miami in the 1950s?
A There were not enough of them.
B They were made of unsuitable materials.
C They did not allow for the effects of climate change.
24. What do Rob and Carla think that the authorities in Miami should do immediately?
A take measures to restore ecosystems
B pay for a new flood prevention system
C stop disposing of waste materials into the ocean
25. What do they agree should be the priority for international action?
A greater coordination of activities
B more sharing of information
C agreement on shared policies
Questions 26 – 30
What decision do the students make about each of the following parts of their presentation?
Choose FIVE answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-G, next to Questions 26-30.
A use visuals
B keep it short
C involve other students
D check the information is accurate
E provide a handout
F focus on one example
G do online research
Parts of the presentation
26. Historical background
27. Geographical factors
28. Past mistakes
29. Future risks
30. International implications
Part 4: Questions 31 – 40
Complete the notes below. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.
Marine renewable energy (ocean energy)
More energy required because of growth in population and (31)
• renewable energy sources
• methods that won’t create pollution
Advantage: waves provide a (32) source of renewable energy
Electricity can be generated using offshore or onshore systems
Onshore systems may use a reservoir
• waves can move in any (33)
• movement of sand, etc. on the (34) of the ocean may be affected
Tides are more (35) than waves
Planned tidal lagoon in Wales:
• will be created in a (36) at Swansea
• breakwater (dam) containing 16 turbines
• rising tide forces water through turbines, generating electricity
• stored water is released through (37) , driving the turbines in the reverse direction
• not dependent on weather
• no (38) is required to make it work
• likely to create a number of (39)
• may harm fish and birds, e.g. by affecting (40) and building up silt
Ocean thermal energy conversion
Uses a difference in temperature between the surface and lower levels Water brought to the surface in a pipe