Part 1: Questions 1 – 7
Complete the notes below. Write ONE WORD AND/ OR A NUMBER for each answer.
Enquiry about booking hotel room for event
Andrew is the Events Manager
– number of people who can sit down to eat: (1)
– has a gallery suitable for musicians
– can go out and see the (2) in pots on the terrace
– terrace has a view of a group of (3)
– number of people who can sit down to eat: 110
– has a (4)
– view of the lake
Master of Ceremonies:
– can give a (5) while people are eating
– will provide (6) if there are any problems
Accommodation: in hotel rooms or (7)
Questions 8 – 10
What is said about using each of the following hotel facilities?
Choose THREE answers from the box and write the correct letter, A, B or C, next to Questions 8-10.
A included in cost of hiring room
B available at extra charge
C not available
8. outdoor swimming pool
10. tennis courts
Part 2: Questions 11-16
What information does the speaker give about each of the following excursions?
Choose SIX answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-H, next to Questions 11-16.
A all downhill
B suitable for beginners
C only in good weather
D food included
E no charge
F swimming possible
G fully booked today
H transport not included
11. dolphin watching
12. forest walk
13. cycle trip
14. local craft tour
15. observatory trip
16. horse riding
Questions 17 and 18
Choose TWO letters A-E.
Which TWO things does the speaker say about the attraction called Musical Favourites?
A You pay extra for drinks.
B You must book it in advance.
C You get a reduction if you buy two tickets.
D You can meet the performers.
E You can take part in the show.
Questions 19 and 20
Choose TWO letters, A-E.
Which TWO things does the speaker say about the Castle Feast?
A Visitors can dance after the meal.
B There is a choice of food.
C Visitors wear historical costume.
D Knives and forks are not used.
E The entertainment includes horse races.
Part 3: Questions 21 – 25
Choose the correct letter A, B or C.
21 What does Trevor find interesting about the purpose of children’s literature?
A the fact that authors may not realise what values they’re teaching
B the fact that literature can be entertaining and educational at the same time
C the fact that adults expect children to imitate characters in literature
22 Trevor says the module about the purpose of children’s literature made him
A analyse some of the stories that his niece reads.
B wonder how far popularity reflects good quality.
C decide to start writing some children’s stories.
23 Stephanie is interested in the Pictures module because
A she intends to become an illustrator.
B she can remember beautiful illustrations from her childhood.
C she believes illustrations are more important than words.
24 Trevor and Stephanie agree that comics
A are inferior to books.
B have the potential for being useful.
C discourage children from using their imagination.
25 With regard to books aimed at only boys or only girls, Trevor was surprised
A how long the distinction had gone unquestioned.
B how few books were aimed at both girls and boys.
C how many children enjoyed books intended for the opposite sex.
Questions 26 – 30
What comment is made about each of these stories?
Choose FIVE answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-G, next to Questions 26-30.
A translated into many other languages
B hard to read
C inspired a work in a different area of art
D more popular than the author’s other works
E original title refers to another book
F started a new genre
G unlikely topic
26. Perrault’s fairy tales
27. The Swiss Family Robinson
28. The Nutcracker and The Mouse King
29. The Lord of the Rings
30. War Horse
Part 4: Questions 31 – 40
Complete the notes below. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.
The hunt for sunken settlements and ancient shipwrecks
• was a village on coast of eastern Mediterranean
• thrived until about 7,000 BC
• stone homes had a courtyard
• had a semicircle of large stones round a (31)
• cause of destruction unknown – now under the sea
• biggest settlement from the prehistoric period found on the seabed
• research carried out into structures, (32) and human remains
TRADITIONAL AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLES (AUVs)
• used in the oil industry, e.g. to make (33)
• problems: they were expensive and (34)
• much easier to use, relatively cheap, sophisticated
• Marzamemi, Sicily: found ancient Roman ships carrying architectural elements made of
• (36) is used for short distance communication, acoustic waves for long distance
• plans for communication with researchers by satellite
• AUV can send data to another AUV that has better (37) , for example
Planned research in Gulf of Baratti:
• to find out more about wrecks of ancient Roman ships, including
– one carrying (38) supplies; tablets may have been used for cleaning the (39)
– others carrying containers of olive oil or (40)