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PART 1

Questions 1 – 4

Complete the table below.

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

Festival information

Date

Type of event

Details

17th

a concert

performers from Canada

18th

a ballet

company called 1……………

19th-20th (afternoon)

a play

type of play: a comedy called Jemima has had a good 2………….

20th (evening)

a 3………… show

show is called 4………….

 

Questions 5-10

Complete the notes below.

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

Workshops

●   Making 5…………….. food

●   (children only) Making 6……………..

●   (adults only) Making toys from 7……………… using various tools

Outdoor activities

●   Swimming in the 8………………

●   Walking in the woods, led by an expert on 9……………….

See the festival organiser’s 10………………. for more information

 

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PART 2

Questions 11 – 14

Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.

Minster Park

11   The park was originally established

A   as an amenity provided by the city council.

B   as land belonging to a private house.

C   as a shared area set up by the local community.

12   Why is there a statue of Diane Gosforth in the park?

A   She was a resident who helped to lead a campaign.

B   She was a council member responsible for giving the public access.

C   She was a senior worker at the park for many years.

13   During the First World War, the park was mainly used for

A   exercises by troops.

B   growing vegetables.

C   public meetings.

14   When did the physical transformation of the park begin?

A   2013

B   2015

C   2016

Questions 15-20

Label the map below.

Write the correct letter, A-I, next to Questions 15-20.

15   statue of Diane Gosforth       …………..

16   wooden sculptures                  …………..

17   playground                                …………..

18   maze                                           …………..

19   tennis courts                            …………..

20   fitness area                               …………..

 

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PART 3

Questions 21 and 22

Choose TWO letters, A-E.

Which TWO groups of people is the display primarily intended for?

A     student from the English department

B     residents of the local area

C     the university’s teaching staff

D     potential new students

E     students from other departments

Questions 23 and 24

Choose TWO letters, A-E.

What are Cathy and Graham’s TWO reasons for choosing the novelist Charles Dickens?

A     His speeches inspired others to try to improve society.

B     He used his publications to draw attention to social problems.

C     His novels are well-known now.

D     He was consulted on a number of social issues.

E     His reputation has changed in recent times.

Questions 25-30

What topic do Cathy and Graham choose to illustrate with each novel?

Choose SIX answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-H, next to Questions 25-30.

Topics

A     poverty

B     education

C     Dickens’s travels

D     entertainment

E     crime and the law

F     wealth

G     medicine

H     a woman’s life

Novels by Dickens

25   The Pickwick Papers               …………..

26   Oliver Twist                               …………..

27   Nicholas Nickleby                    …………..

28   Martin Chuzzlewit                   …………..

29   Bleak House                              …………..

30   Little Dorrit                               …………..

 

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PART 4

Questions 31 – 40

Complete the notes below.

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

Agricultural programme in Mozambique

How the programme was organised

●   It focused on a dry and arid region in Chicualacuala district, near the Limpopo River.

●   People depended on the forest to provide charcoal as a source of income.

●   31…………. was seen as the main priority to ensure the supply of water.

●   Most of the work organised by farmers’ associations was done by 32…………….

●   Fenced areas created to keep animals away from crops.

●   The programme provided

     –  33……………. for the fences

     –  34……………. for suitable crops

     –  water pumps.

●   The farmers provided

      –  labour

      –  35……………. for the fences on their land.

Further developments

●   The marketing of produce was sometimes difficult due to lack of 36…………….. .

●   Training was therefore provided in methods of food 37……………… .

●   Farmers made special places where 38………………. could be kept.

●   Local people later suggested keeping 39……………… .

Evaluation and lessons learned

●   Agricultural production increased, improving incomes and food security.

●   Enough time must be allowed, particularly for the 40……………… phase of the programme.

             

 

Part 1

1   Eustatis

2   review

3   dance

4   Chat

5   healthy

6   posters

7   wood

8   lake

9   insects

10   blog

Part 2

11   C

12   A

13   B

14   C

15   E

16   C

17   B

18   A

19   G

20   D

Part 3

21&22   B, D

23&24   B, C

25   G

26   B

27   D

28   C

29   H

30   F

Part 4

31   Irrigation

32   women

33   wire(s)

34   seed(s)

35   posts

36   transport

37   preservation

38   fish(es)

39   bees

40   design

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