Listen to Joel telling his elder sister about his friends. Where would they like to work one day? For questions, 1-5, write a letter A-H next to each person. You will hear the conversation twice.
Listen to Greg telling Anna about a drawing and writing competition. For each question, 6 Ė 10, choose the right answer (A, B or C). You will hear the conversation twice.
Example: 0 You have to draw A. a monster B. the Moon C. a person
6. You have to choose the monsterís A. age B. name C. size 7. You have to write no more than A. 50 words B. 100 words C. 150 words 8. To enter, you must be older than A. 12 B. 13 C. 14
9. The person who will choose the winner is A. a writer B. a photographer C. an artist 10. The first prize is A. a school bag B. some money C. cinema tickets
Script (ÚŚÍŮÚ ŗůšŤūÓ‚ŗŪŤˇ)
Girl: Did you have a good day at school, Joel?
Boy: Yes. We talked about different jobs. Alice would like to read the news on TV!
Girl: Thatís an amazing job! What about Milton?
Boy: Well, he loves watching cooking programmes. Heíd like to be the best cook in
Girl: And work in a hotel?
Boy: No, in his own restaurant, he said.
Girl: Wow! And Saskia? She is good at sport, isnít she?
Boy: Yes, but sheíd like to look after a park and work outside with nature.
Girl: Thatís interesting. What about you?
Boy: I donít know. Ellis would like to work with animals. Iíd quite like to do that.
Girl: At the Zoo?
Boy: Thatís right. And Lydia says she wants to teach.
Girl: Young children or older children?
Boy: Younger ones.
Girl: Thatís a difficult job, I think.
Boy: Mmm. Aliís brilliant at sport too, but heíd like to be a policeman. Iíd love to
drive those fast cars!
Girl: Yes, but I think you have to be very brave to do dangerous work like that.
Listen to Greg telling Anna about a drawing and writing competition. For each
question, choose the right answer (A, B or C). You will hear the conversation twice.
Boy: Thereís a brilliant drawing and writing competition in this magazine, Anna.
Girl: What do you have to draw, Greg?
Boy: A monsterÖ something strange that lives on the moon or something.
Girl: Do you have to write about the monster too?
Boy: Yes. The monsterís age isnít important, but you have to choose a name for it.
Girl: And should it be big?
Boy: I donít have to write how big it isÖ
Boy: But you do have to say what special things it can do.
Girl: OK. How many words can you write?
Boy: You have to write more than 50 but less than 150.
Girl : Arenít you too old to draw monsters, Greg? You are fourteen!
Boy: I know! But the competitionís for 13- to 15-year-olds.
Girl: OK. Whoíll choose the winner? A cartoon artist?
Boy: No, a writerÖ and thereíll be a photograph of the winner in the magazine.
Girl: Wow! Whatís the first prize? Not cinema tickets again.
Boy: Itís much better than that Ė 50 pounds to spend in Super Store.
Girl: Oh, thatís useful. I need pencils, pens and a new school bag. Perhaps Iíll enter the competition too!
PART 2 READING
Time: 20 minutes
Make one text putting the paragraphs A Ė E into the correct order from 11 Ė 15 in your answer sheet.
Robbieís first business
A.One day, grandmother told him her secret way of making jam. Robbie made too much for the family to eat so he took it to other people in his street. He made moreand more jam. It tasted so good that his parentsí friends started buying it from him. Robbie added all his costs together then decided on a price.
B.Robbie enjoyed art most at school. He liked Maths and Music too, but because it was hard for Robbie to spell words correctly or to understand texts, he didnít enjoy being at school. In English, he had lots of problems.
C.Then he made a business plan on the computer with help from his dad. Now people can buy his jam at a weekly market. It tastes wonderful and itís healthy because Robbie uses grape juice, not sugar, to make it.
D.ďIím still only 14 but Iím already a businessman!Ē Robbie laughs. ďLast week I earned 93 euro because 87 different people bought 58 kilos of my jam, and a supermarket wants to sell it too. My career is in jam-making, I think!Ē
E.So, when Robbie was 12, his parents decided he should leave school and study at home. There, he learnt about business and working on computers, and spent more time happily studying art, exercising and practicing on his violin. Robbieís grandmother started teaching him to cook too. Like his mother and aunt he really enjoyed doing it.
Now read the text again. For items 16 Ė 20 match the ending of each sentence (A -
F) to its beginning. There is one extra ending you do not need to use.
16. After he left school, Robbie had more time to playÖ
17. After he was 12 Robbie studiedÖ
18. People can buy Robbieís jamÖ
19. Robbie had problems in his English lessons becauseÖ
20. Robbieís grandmother told himÖ
A. the secret way to make jam.
B. at the market.
C. an instrument.
D. he couldnít spell very well.
E. different sports.
F. in his own home.
For questions 21 Ė 27 read the text My trip to Canada by Tessa Watts and decide whether the information in the sentences is right (A) or wrong (B). Write the correct letter (A or B) in your answer sheet.
MY TRIP TO CANADAby Tessa Watts
I had a great time on my adventure trip to Canada. I went with two teachers and all my classmates. I missed my family at first but by the end of the holiday, I didnít want to go home!
On my favourite day, we went on a long walk in the mountains. We had to carry all our things in bags on our backs, which was hard work, but we never got bored because we all chatted the whole time. We had a rock climbing lesson just before our picnic lunch and later that afternoon we arrived at a lake where we camped for the night. Three of my classmates tried to fish, without success! I helped build the fire. The teachers and two of the older students made supper, then we sat in our blankets around the fire and sang songs and made wishes in the dark.
We decided not to sleep inside the tents, but outdoors because we wanted to look at the stars. Some of the boys made ďbearĒ noises trying to make us afraid, but we were still laughing at midnight because we were having so much fun. Iíll never forget that day.
0 Tessa travelled to Canada on her trip
21. Tessa felt happy on the first day because she was with her family.
22. Tessa talked a lot with other people on the walk.
23. After the picnic lunch, the group had a lesson in rock climbing.
24. The students caught three fish in the lake.
25. The older students helped the teachers make supper.
26. The students didnít sing songs because they left the guitar at home.
27.The group slept outside so they could look up at the sky.
USE OF ENGLISH
Time: 15 minutes
For questions 28 Ė 37 read the text below and decide which word (A or B) fits the space best. There is an example (0) done for you.