CAE Listening Part 2
You will hear part of a radio programme about cherries, small fruit which grow on trees. For questions 7-14, complete the sentences.
The speaker gives the examples of 7 as a crop being replaced by cherries.
To protect young trees from extremes of weather, a 8 may be used.
Cherries are prone to cracking because there is hardly any 9 on the skin of the fruit.
The speaker compares the cherry to a 10 when explaining the effect of rain on the fruit.
Shoppers are advised to purchase cherries which have a 11 stem and look fresh and tasty.
The traditional view was that cherries need up to 12 before they produce a useful crop.
The most popular new variety of cherry tree among farmers has the name 13 .
While picking cherries, keep a 14 in your mouth to stop you eating too many.