Questions 21 and 22
Choose TWO letters, A-E.
Which TWO points does Adam make about his experiment on artificial sweeteners?
A The results were what he had predicted.
B The experiment was simple to set up.
C A large sample of people was tested.
D The subjects were unaware of what they were drinking.
E The test was repeated several times for each person.
Questions 23 and 24
Choose TWO letters, A-E.
Which TWO problems did Rosie have when measuring the fat content of nuts?
A She used the wrong sort of nuts.
B She used an unsuitable chemical.
C She did not grind the nuts finely enough.
D The information on the nut package was incorrect.
E The weighing scales may have been unsuitable.
Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.
25 Adam suggests that restaurants could reduce obesity if their menus
A offered fewer options.
B had more low-calorie foods.
C were organised in a particular way.
26 The students agree that food manufacturers deliberately
A make calorie counts hard to understand.
B fail to provide accurate calorie counts.
C use ineffective methods to reduce calories.
27 What does Rosie say about levels of exercise in England?
A The amount recommended is much too low.
B Most people overestimate how much they do.
C Women now exercise more than they used to.
28 Adam refers to the location and width of stairs in a train station to illustrate
A practical changes that can influence people’s behaviour.
B methods of helping people who have mobility problems.
C ways of preventing accidents by controlling crowd movement.
29 What do the students agree about including reference to exercise in their presentation?
A They should probably leave it out.
B They need to do more research on it.
C They should discuss this with their tutor.
30 What are the students going to do next for their presentation?
A prepare some slides for it
B find out how long they have for it
C decide on its content and organisation
Complete the notes below.
Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer
Interest in knitting
• Knitting has a long history around the world.
• We imagine someone like a 31 _____ knitting.
• A 32 _____ ago, knitting was expected to disappear.
• The number of knitting classes is now increasing.
• People are buying more 33 _____ for knitting nowadays.
Benefits of knitting
• gives support in times of 34 _____ difficulty
• requires only 35 _____ skills and little money to start
• reduces stress in a busy life
• The origins are not known.
• Findings show early knitted items to be 36 _____ in shape.
• The first needles were made of natural materials such as wood and 37 _____
• Early yarns felt 38 _____ to touch.
• Wool became the most popular yarn for spinning.
• Geographical areas had their own 39 _____ of knitting.
• Everyday tasks like looking after 40 _____ were done while knitting.
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|Listening Section 2|
11&12 A, C
13&14 B, C
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21&22 C, D
23&24 C, E
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