Choose the correct answer A, B or C
21 According to John, what is the main advantage of space exploration?
A To supply resources for use on Earth.
B To find out more about the origins of our planet.
C To establish a colony for humans if Earth becomes uninhabitable.
22 According to the speakers, why can’t robots be sent into space instead of humans?
A They cannot operate for long enough.
B They are too expensive to build.
C They are too reliant on humans.
23 What are we told about the space technology currently used?
A It can be unreliable.
B It is based on old technology.
C It is becoming cheaper to produce.
24 What is the biggest problem in sending robots to Mars?
A the distance
B the atmosphere
C the extreme temperatures
Who expresses the following opinions?
C Both John and Susan
25 We should plan a trip to Mars even though it may not happen soon. __
26 We may eventually colonise Mars. __
27 The soil on Mars is highly toxic. __
28 The soil on Mars contains materials we could use. __
29 Spaceships cannot be totally protected from radiation. __
30 It is possible that humans could form a base on Mars. __
Complete the notes below using NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER.
The history of dentistry
The earliest reference to problems with teeth was in 31 ______
The ancient Sumerians called problems with teeth ‘tooth 32 ______
There is 33 ______ to show that the Chinese used dental treatments.
Remedies and treatment
An old text from 34 ______ reveals medical practices from 1700 to 1500 BC. The
text refers to the use of 35 ______ and 36 ______ to relieve toothache.
In the fifth century BC a Greek 37 ______ noted the beginnings of specialisation
A Greek doctor was the first to 38 ______ problem teeth.
In Europe during the 39 ______, doctors performed dentistry in people’s homes.
A dentist from France is said to have founded 40 ______ dentistry.
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3. 8(th) November/November 8(th)/8.11/11.8
5. 108 Park Road
7. sleeping/falling asleep
8. dress/get dressed
9. Monday (and) Tuesday
10. 4.00/4:00/4pm/four o’clock
|Listening Section 2|
|Listening Section 3|
|Listening Section 4|
31. 5000 BC
33. historical evidence
34. ancient Egypt
35. olive oil / onions
36. onions / olive oil
39. Middle Ages