FCE Use of English Part 2, Morning Commute - EngExam.info
FCE Use of English Part 2, Test 5 - Morning Commute.

FCE Use of English Part 2, Morning Commute

Part 2

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 the separate answer sheet.

Example: UP

Morning Commute

Richard has never been a morning person. The prospect of getting 0 _____ at 6 AM sounded as bad to him as going to art classes – something he has always despised.

However, nowadays mornings are something he almost looks 9 to. The thing is, he has recently moved 10 Germany, which brought much-needed variety into his life, like the sight of people standing in line at the bus stop. He is now used to seeing the same people there every morning though, and now he even knows some of them 11 name. It did not take bus 12 to arrive. Like most things in this country, they seem to value punctuality above all else.

13 the rush hour, there were plenty of empty seats 14 the bus. Sitting in the window seat was usually the place 15 Richard felt most comfortable. This way, he could spend the journey looking out of the window 16 getting disturbed by people who had to get off. As the bus rolled down the narrow street, Richard breathed in the refreshing morning air through the open window.

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