Curso First Certificate Exam

LOS CURSOS DE INGLES GRATIS PREFERIDOS POR LOS HISPANOHABLANTES

 

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You will listen to part of a radio programme in which three people talk about smoking and how to give it up. For questions 1-10 decide which of the speakers is the correct answer by choosing the best alternative from the menus. Then check the audio transcription and the correct answers.

HOW TO EVALUATE: 1 (one) mark for each correct answer. Maximum scoring: 10 marks

SMOKING AND
YOUNG PEOPLE

ACCORDING TO THE INTERVIEW, WHO ...

1.

explains the nature of nicotine?

2.

began smoking because of the people he/she knew?

3.

became addicted to cigarettes without realising it?

4.

explains why young people feel more relaxed smoking?

5.

explains why stopping smoking is good for your health?

6.

would have been embarrassed if he/she had failed to give up?

7.

thinks it is better to give up gradually?

8.

explains why the first few weeks of giving up are the hardest?

9.

thinks that a benefit of giving up is the money you save?

10.

thinks that putting on a little weight is not a big problem?


Read the text below and decide which of the four alternative word or phrases from the menus best fits each space. The first alternative [ bank - border -shore - coast ] is already done for you.

HOW TO EVALUATE: 2 (two) marks for each correct answer. Maximum scoring: 30 marks

THE LONDON TEA TRADE

The London Tea Trade Centre is on the north    of the

River Thames. It is  the centre of an industry of    importance

in the    lives of the British. Tea is without   

the British national drink: every man, woman and child over ten

years of age has    average over four cups a day or some 1500

cups annually. Some thirty per cent of the world's exports of tea

makes its    to London. Britain is    the

largest importer of tea in the world.

Samples of the vast amounts of tea brought into the country to 

  the national thirst go to the London Tea Trade Centre,

where they are tasted by    professional tea tasters

before being sold at each week's tea sale. It is fascinating to see

them at  .  Over a hundred samples are    in

a line on long tables. Teas are generally tasted with milk,  

that is how the majority in Britain drink their tea. The tasters move

down the line with surprising  , tasting each sample from

a spoon and deciding what is a    price for each tea.

The types of tea that are popular in Britain are   

inexpensive but they are of a very high quality. The best are delicate 

  of numerous teas from different sources and

countries of origin.

 

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