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You will hear one speaker talk about a topic related to tourism. First you have some time to look at Questions 1-5.
Now Listen carefully and answer Questions 1 to 5:
Complete the form below, using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
Complete the sentences below, using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
11Dormouse numbers have fallen as well as in the UK.
12Dormice are about as heavy as two .
13You are most likely to have seen a dormouse in a .
14In the UK, dormice probably live in hedges and woods, and next to .
Label the identification sheet below.
Write the correct letter A-E next to questions 5-8.
15opened by woodmice
16opened by voles
17opened by dormice
Complete the summary below.
Using NO MORE THAN ONE WORD in each space.
If you find nuts opened by dormice 18………… where you found them. Put them into some kind of 19………… and 20……….. them (name and address). Post them to Action for Wildlife.
Which company website has the following features?
Write the correct letter A, B or C in boxes 21-26 on your answer sheet.
Choose the correct letter, A, B, or C.
27According to the tutor, the basic criterion for evaluating the websites should relate to
28On the subject of timing, the tutor says
29Sarah and Jack will share the work by
30The tutor advises Sarah and Jack not to
Answer the questions below.
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
31Which elephants stay together all their life?
32What are elephant family groups known as?
33When scientists tracked groups of elephants, which feature of behaviour did they notice?
34Which sense do elephants probably use to communicate over long distances?
35What did American scientists do with a recording of elephant calls?
36What did the elephants in the experiment rush to find?
37What were scientists unable to do with the recording they had made?
What does the lecturer say about each type of elephant call?
Choose your answers from the box, and write the letters A-H next to questions 38-40.
40Summons to move on
- 60 Forest Road
- 12th September / 12.09
- 8.30 pm / half past eight
- police report
11.across the world
12. pound coins
32. bond groups
33. co-ordination / co-ordination between families
35. broadcast it
36. a female / a female elephant
37. hear it