For questions 9-16, read the text below and think of the word which best fits each gap. Use only one word in each gap. There is an example at the beginning (0). In the exam, write your answers IN CAPITAL LETTERS on tho separate answer sheet.
Swimming with seals
But if you really want to get close 10 the seals and understand something about their way of life, then you need to go on an underwater seal-watching trip. On these trips, you have the chance to go over the side of the boat and, equipped 11 a wetsuit, mask and snorkel, spend time in the water alongside the animals.
Seals are extremely inquisitive creatures and, once you’re in the water, they will swim past you trying to work 12 who you are and 13 you’re doing there. 14 they can appear shy at first, seals soon 15 used to you being in the water, and will come and play around you. Young pups especially like to 16 contact with divers, and often use their teeth, gently biting masks, fins and cameras out of curiosity. It can be a thrilling experience.