. Immediately after her timeat RedCliff Ascent, Rachael returned to Englandand decided she wanted to plan a career workingwith animals. Why get up in the morning, if we knowthat there will be thousands of other mornings justthe same? And the music she listens to isreally unusual. But as we talked about it, it became clear thatthey hated the countryside! There are two candidates and two examiners. Keya birds, sheepb cows, elephantsc cards, dogsd bananas, flowersOptional activityTell students to add one or two other nouns toeach list, e. Candidates need to score 70 to achieve a passing grade. Keya A in a forest in UgandaB the Spanish SaharaC the North Cachar Hills in IndiaD in a cardboard box in a forest in Romaniab A five or six: i.
When you state something,you say it clearly and carefully. On two occasions he had tobe found and brought home by the police. The answer to the questioncan be found in the first sentence of the report, butstudents should read the whole text to check theiranswer. The sentence afterthe gap gives more information about whathe did. Its lively, up-to-date textsare taken from authentic sources, such as newspapers,magazines, brochures and books, and includeinterviews and radio programmes. It is very important that you tell your studentswhich access option you want to use. People affected by theepidemic suffered from frequent attacks of laughterwhich made them unable to work or study.
If they can understand why theyanswered a question incorrectly itwill help them to think more clearlyabout a similar question the nexttime. See howthey take delight in mixing new colours, applying thepaint, experimenting with shape and design. A monkey boyB gazelle boyC leopard boyD dog boy Adding headings may help students to rememberwhich paragraph they have read key informationin. A set of past papers is available in our British Council Shop. And I need it tohelp me with this one across. The short units give a sense of progress and cover a wide variety of motivating topics relevant to the exam. There is an assessed authentic answer to this taskon page 6 of the Writing and Speaking AssessmentBooklet.
If there is an uneven number of candidates, three candidates may sit the test together and the test will take slightly longer. What they should havedone is just buy an apartment in central London, notbuild a house in the middle of nowhere! Paper 3 Speaking 8-10 minutes The Speaking Paper has two parts. Speaker 5 is talking about photo 1. Vocabulary and Grammar are given a high profile. Listening p261 Tell students to speed read the text and explain themeaning in a single sentence. Encourage them to try toanswer all the questions before they look at theirdictionaries. In the wild, he would have died.
SampleanswersStudents can see sample answersin the Writing sections and readcomments on them to see what isexpected in the exam. Fortunately, myparents have agree to provide half the amount. Population will spiral out of control! She was even enjoying being in thepolice cadets. Speaker 4They must be feeling excited. Students canthen improve their own answer.
Hide and reveal text and images. Vocabulary p241 Students can discuss the photos in pairs or as aclass. Keya I must find a new apartment. And there are other possibledisadvantages. Keya nervous e ifb terrified f ideac imagine g mustd sense h probably5 Students can discuss these points in pairs or smallgroups. To make thisactivity more challenging for stronger students,ask them to cover up the left-hand column andthen uncover it to check their answers.
Key1 B2 A3 A only children have no brothers or sisters. For the last point, personality adjectives will becovered in Vocabulary exercise 1 page 12. Key wordscould include: gloomy, branches, leaves. Student's Book available with or without code for the Online Workbook. Please click for further details about the exam format. Online Workbook available August 2010 offers students additional practice on the Internet. Speaker 3 lives in the countryside and is not happywith it.
Presenter But despite these setbacks, Jane hasnot given up hope. Reading p221 Check that students understand herd, roots,herbivore, palms, shepherd before answering. This left the researcherswith more than a thousand bursts of laughter toanalyse. Compare answers as a class before students checktheir ideas in 2. The words now and recentlyalso show a connection. Key wordscould include: excited, mountain range, Himalayas,top, spectacular, views. By tomorrowmorning, the newspapers are going to gethold will have got hold of the story.
There are lots of other things on. These enable studentsto check their own progress at regular intervals andidentify any areas requiring further study. In Tapescript 4 below, type 1 key expressions arein bold, and type 2 are underlined. There is a short lead inquestion before students tackle the exam task andsometimes a short exercise based on the vocabularyin the text itself, although students are not encouragedto find out the precise meaning of all the words in thetext. Coast is a more general term for the area of landnear the sea. Photo 4 is a photography exhibition.
Key1 b 2 a 3 b 4 a5 Suggested answersa … to study at university. Theyre as spectacular as any mountain range in theworld — in my view, anyway. Units contain pages on Reading, Writing, Listening,. There are three papers in the examination: Reading and Writing, Listening, and Speaking. BenUnderwood was blind but could find his wayaround using a form of sonar. Thisalso contrasts with however after the gap. This is something students need to be able todo in Paper 5 Part 2, where they will get credit forspeculating about the photos.