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E test 6

THE CORPORATION FOR FINANCING AND
PROMOTING TECHNOLOGY
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ENGLISH TEST
Time allowed: 60 minutes
50 questions
PART ONE
The following people want to attend evening classes. Look at the information about evening
classes for the autumn term. Decide which class would be the most suitable for each person.
Mark the correct letter (A-H) on the answer sheet for questions 1-5. There is some headings
(A-H) which you do not need to use.
Example:
Part one
0 A B C D E F G H
A Advanced French Language
Monday. Wednesday. 7.00 - 9.00 p.m.
This course is for people who have already done French for at least five years. It
will consist of reading and discussion. There will also be lessons in French
composition. There will be an examination at the end of the course, and a
certificate for successful students.
B Car Repairs

Wednesday. Thursday. 7.00 – 9.00 p.m.
Save money on garage bills by learning to look after your own car and do simple
repairs at home. This is a course for beginners. No previous experience is
necessary.
C First Aid
Tuesday. 6.30 – 8.30 p.m.
Why not study for a certificate in First Aid? People on this course will learn to deal
with accidents in the home and at work: what to do in the case of burns, cuts,
broken bones and other common injures.
D Beginning Spanish
Wednesday. 7.00 – 9.00 p.m.
Have fun learning Spanish for your holidays! It will be simple conversational
Spanish- the chief purpose of the course is enjoyment. Previous knowledge of the
language is unnecessary- anyone can join this course.
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E Discovering Our City’s History
Monday. Thursday. 6.30 – 9.00 p.m.
Are you curious to learn about the history which is buried beneath the streets of our
city? The area has a fascinating history. This term the class will concentrate on the
first five hundred years of our city’s past.
F Twentieth Century Literature
Thursday. 7.00 – 9.00 p.m.
Study the works of the major twentieth century writers, including foreign novels
and poetry in translation. This informal group will read and discuss a different
novel or poem each week.
G Keep Up Your Office Skills
Tuesday. Thursday. 7.00 – 9.00 p.m.
At last an opportunity to learn to use the latest electronic office equipment.
Increase your typing speed. Find out about new business methods and get to know
how to run a modern office.
H Nature Studies
Tuesday. Thursday. 7.00 – 9.00 p.m.
A practical course in which students will learn to recognize plants, wild animals
and birds in the countryside. There will be monthly trips to various places of
interest to watch animals and birds in their natural world.
1. Jane Brown is a housewife. She is not interested in getting a qualification, but wants to
go to a class one evening a week where she can talk to people.
2. Bill Jones studied both French and Spanish for five years at school but he failed his
exams. Now he thinks he might get a better job if he has a language qualification.
3. Sam Cartwright is out of work. He used to work in a factory as a clerk. He feels that his
present skills need to be brought more up to date.
4. Jack Tanner manages a large office. He is very busy and can only attend classes once a
week. He wants to do a course which will help him to relax. He is planning to tour
France and Spain on holiday.
5. Christine Black wants to learn something practical and useful. She is not free on
Wednesdays or Thursdays.
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PART TWO
Look at the statements below about passengers arriving at an airport. Read the text to
decide if each statements is correct or incorrect. Mark T (True) on your answer sheet if you
think the notes are right and mark F (False) if you think the notes are wrong.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS
Arrival
When the plane lands, you are requested to keep your seat belt fastened until the light goes
off and remain in your seat until the plane stops moving. This is for your own comfort and
safety.
Leaving the airport
If you are ending your journey at this airport, you should go up the escalator to passport
control and customs. If you are travelling further by rail or coach, you will find an
information desk outside the customs hall, as well as a bank where you can change money.
Catching another flight
If you are planning to change planes, you should follow the signs to the waiting lounge,
where you should check in and wait to board your connecting flight. There will be an
announcement when your flight is due to take off. Our ground staff will be happy to tell
you.
Leaving the plane
All passengers leaving the plane should make sure that they take everything with them. If
you have checked in any luggage, you should remember to collect it from the baggage area
inside the airport.
Continuing on this flight
We regret that passengers who are continuing their journey on this flight may not get off the
plane. You may not smoke while the plane is on the ground.
Thank you for flying with us. We hope to be able to welcome you on board again soon.
6. All passengers must leave the aeroplane.
7. You must wait until the light goes out before undoing your seat belt.
8. Passengers who are leaving the airport must first go to passport control.
9. Passengers continuing by another plane must go through customs.
10. You can change money before you go to passport control.
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11. You must go up the escalator to the waiting lounge if you are changing planes.
12. Passengers in the waiting lounge will hear an announcement when their plane is ready to
leave.
13. No one is allowed to smoke in the airport.
14. The aeroplane is going on to another place after some of the passengers get off.
15. Passengers who are leaving the plane should check that they have not left anything
behind.
PART THREE
I- Read the following text and choose the most suitable heading from the list A-H for each part
(16-21) of the article. There is one extra heading which you do not need to use. An example is
given.
A Decide on a dream
B Be ambitious
C Get informed
D Sell yourself
E Get experience
F Be realistic
G Use your contacts
H Be positive
HOW TO GET THE JOB OF YOUR DREAMS
0 H
The main complaint from young people these days seems to be ‘I don’t know what I want to
do’ followed closely by ‘It’s pointless trying anyway.’ Times have changed and the job market
is not what it was with even graduates living off state unemployment benefits. But there is work
if you want it, and if you are prepared to try hard and follow our handy and helpful plan for
Getting The Job Of Your Dreams, you can still find your first foothold on the career ladder.
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Compromise, improvise and give up your ideas of walking straight into a company director’s
job and you may find that later rather than sooner you are engaged in doing a useful and
rewarding job.
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Think about what you would like to do. If you hate children, forget about primary school
teaching. If you cant’ stand writing, forget about journalism. Do you want to work abroad? Do
you want to work in an office? Be imaginative! Don’t limit yourself to what you want to be, but
to what you like to do. And watching telly doesn’t count!
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If you like listening to people’s problems and helping your friends out when they’re in tricky
situations, you should find out about the kind of jobs which involve this sort of work.
Psychotherapy, social work, teaching, and personnel management are some of the jobs you
could do. Find out what you would have to do in the job, and how you could get qualified.
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Get in touch with people you know who already have your dream job. Ask to spend a day
‘shadowing’ them. They can explain how they got where they are today, the pros and cons, the
salary and other details and you can first-hand experience of what the job involves.
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It’s not too late to volunteer your free time for the sake of your curriculum vitae. Write off and
offer your services free. Then impress your colleagues by learning fast and being nice to
everyone. Who knows, they may even offer you a job. And you can still claim unemployment
benefit while you’re volunteering, so long as you make an effort to find paid employment.
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It will take more than an impressive curriculum vitae and a smart suit to get you a job but you
can’t go wrong with a carefully worded ‘Hire me’ letter mailed to prospective employers. Who
knows, your letter could end up on the desk of a compassionate employer. What have you got to
lose?
II- Read the text again and find words or phrases in the article with these meanings (22-30).
The paragraph number is given in brackets.
22. useless (0)
23. accept less then you wanted (1)
24. giving personal satisfaction and pleasure (1)
25. difficult, awkward (3)
26. contact (4)
27. advantages and disadvantages (4)
28. learned directly, not from books or other people (4)
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