Part 1: Questions 1-10
Complete the notes below. Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
Open in: (1)
Length of exhibition: (2)
A wide range of manufacturers will be showcased.
Some cars are available to observe and others are for (3)
The (4) is prohibited to take into the museum.
Every ticket includes one fere photo.
Price of the ticket: (5) £ (in advance).
Transfer to Mark (6) (Box Office Manager).
Held in the (7) Palace this year.
Not far from (8)
Website: www. (9) .com.
Best way to contact: (10)
Part 2: Questions 11-15
Choose the correct letter, A, B, or C.
11. How many patients does the hospital consult every year?
12. When can patients meet the female doctor?
A On weekday mornings.
B Three days a week.
C Only on Mondays and Fridays.
13. Who is the expert on treating hearing loss?
A Mr. Roberts.
B Mr Green.
C Mr. Edwards.
14. Where are patients recommended to buy their medicine?
A The supermarket in the town.
B Pharmacies nearby the city centre.
C The health care’s pharmacy.
15. What will the patients be asked about whether they are willing to do?
A Letting one student attend the consultation.
B Asking postgraduate students to do treatment.
C Meeting students in group discussion.
Label the map below. Write the correct letter, A-H, next to questions 16-20.
17. Mr. Green’s room
18. Medical Records Office
19. Surgery Room
20. Manager’s Office
Part 3: Questions 21-25
What is the main opinion of each of the following people?
Choose FIVE answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-G, next to questions 21-25.
A lightning restrictions
B alternative lighting
C reduce the number of insects
D decline in the number of species
E climate changes
F impacts on the growth of animals
G impacts on water quality
21. Ken Simpson
22. Dave Kepler
23. Sharon Grey
24. Maria Jackson
25. Barbara Swallow
Questions 26 and 27
Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.
26. What does Jim think about the difference among species in natural and artificial light?
A It makes no difference.
B Species will die out in natural light.
C Species will die out in artificial light.
27. One reason why Jim and Jane felt unsatisfied about the theories discussed in the lecture was that
A governments didn’t increase any spending on them.
B most theories had nothing to do with the exam.
C many theories lack solid proof in the field.
Choose THREE letters, A-G.
Which THREE topics are they interested in studying in the future?
A quality of life tourism
В wildlife park animals
С migration birds
D animals living in rural areas
E animals living in tropical climate
F the impact of different environment on animals
G pandas in the zoo
Part 4: Questions 31 and 32
Choose TWO letters, A-E
Which TWO aspects did the new rules at the end of the 19th century focus on?
С moral values
D player’s physical protection
E business model
Complete the sentences below. Write ONLY ONE WORD for each answer.
Football in the UK
• At present the main reason why UK schools push football education is the pressure from (33)
• Prior to the 19th, football players used different (34) of rules.
• People attempted to standardise the rules from the whole (35) , known as the ‘Cambridge Rules’ in 1848.
• Attendences were increasing due to the improvement of infrastructure and the (36) system.
• Football became popular and it is regarded as a (37) event.
• The football clubs were responsible for most of the (38) and development for the football association.
• (39) against other teams were also organised by the football clubs.
• In 1910s, (40) football players were approved of in the game.