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Listen to the speakers. For questions (1–6) choose the correct answer (A, B or C). Write your answers on the separate answer sheet. You will listen to each recording twice.


1. Which means of transport is the speaker going to take?

2. Which pet is the girl going to have?

3. What sport does the speaker go in for?


4. What should students be paid for?

A academic progress

B regular attendance

C good behavior


5. When will the man see the flat?

A in the evening on the same day

B in the morning on Saturday

C in the afternoon on Frida


6. What could tourists be fined for?

A having oversized plastic luggage

B having noisy wheeled luggage

C having banned stuff in their luggage



Listen to the text. For statements (7–11) choose T if the statement is true according to the text, if it is false. Write your answers on the separate answer sheet.You will listen to the text twice.


7. The bookshop is ranked among top ten in the world.

A True

B False

8. The building was initially constructed for tango dancers.

A True

B False


9. A broadcasting company bought the building in the 1920s.

A True

B False


10. Theatre performances are still staged in the bookstore building.

A True

B False



11. The bookshop customers may have a snack in here.

A True

B False




Listen to the text. For questions (1216) choose the correct answer (A, B or C). Write your answers on the separate answer sheet. You will listen to the text twice.


12. Which of the following is TRUE about Alina?

A She has taken the Zollipop idea from a journal.

B She experimented with peanut butter and jelly.

C She has created a healthy food product.


13. What did the research include?

A turning to health specialists

B hiring marketing consultants

C offering free samples to stores


14. How did Alina’s family contribute to the project?

A Mother started an advertising campaign.

B Father bought the necessary equipment.

C Alina’s sister gave the name to the candy.


15. What is the role of Alina’s friends in the project?

A They help sell the samples of Zollipops.

B They advise her on the range of tastes.

C They spread information about the product.


16. What is TRUE about Zollipops?

A They melt in hot environments.

B They possess unstable flavour.

C They come in various shapes.



Read the texts below. Match choices (A–H) to (17–21). There are three choices you do not need to use. Write your answers on the separate answer sheet.

17. _________

18. _________

19. _________

20. _________

21. _________

Which advertisement is about ______?

A transport services

B financial services

C shopping facilities

D a theatrical performance

E a sports competition

F a leisure centre

G a railway excursion

H a numismatic exhibition



Read the text below. For questions (2226) choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D). Write your answers on the separate answer sheet.

A Woman Who Saved Hundreds of Animals

“I remember working non-stop and I didn’t even have $100 in my account. I lived on veggie noodles,” said Caitlin Cimini, who houses about 40 animals of different species. “I just couldn’t stop. I didn’t stop. I just spent all the money on the rescue farm and surprisingly our team have become self-sufficient as a rescue thanks to all of the good people that support us. It’s phenomenal.”

Cimini, who spent childhood summers taking horseback riding lessons, and later worked for animal rescues and wildlife rehabilitation projects, has always loved animals. But aside from house pets like cats, dogs, pigs and a horse she owned, she had no real experience with them.

“You know you live in the country when your neighbours give you three chickens for a housewarming present,” says Caitlin, laughing. “Those hens were the loves of my life.” Then one day, they went missing, and she felt so upset and helpless. A week later, one of the hens returned. “I was so happy I literally fell on the ground. That’s when I clearly understood what I should do. I started taking in more and more unwanted animals.” Caitlin fostered puppies and kittens from animal shelters, rescued piglets advertised as food, and connected with local rescue organizations to learn how she could help with their new arrivals.

One day in September 2010, Caitlin Cimini rescued a wild mustang. Without a plan in mind, Caitlin bought it from the federal government’s Bureau of Land Management for $125. It was a decision that changed her life forever. Any romance of such an adoption was challenged by the reality of training a wild horse. “She was a real test for me,” said Cimini. “I had my fingers and ribs injured. I will admit I regretted the adoption at first. I don’t think I fully understood how wild she was. I felt so defeated because she was so difficult.”

But Cimini kept working with the horse she named Halona, which means “beautiful choice.” Halona is now the most affectionate animal on the farm that houses chickens, sheep, and other species. And that’s quite a transformation when you consider the horse was emotionally hurt when Cimini rescued her.

Halona is fine now, but the hard work continues for Caitlin and her husband who rescue other animals. The Ciminis invest every penny they receive into their farm. The couple’s Can-Do attitude led them to GoFundMe, where they raised money to expand their rescue ranch with a 16-acre addition.

“Caitlin is doing incredible, selfless work with animals in need, she’s been chosen as latest GoFundMe Hero and received a grant,’ said Rob Solomon, GoFundMe director. “As a fellow animal lover, I’ve been inspired to see how Caitlin has used GoFundMe to further her mission of giving abandoned animals the second chance they deserve.”

Caitlin said she couldn’t stop crying when she found out about the GoFundMe recognition and saw donations to her project rise. “It means more than I can ever say,” said Caitlin Cimini, who said expenses include $4,000 each month just for feed. “I tell people that if you like what a non-profit does, give them $1. They have no idea how far $1 can go.”

22. Why did Cimini have to live on veggie noodles?

AShe was too busy with animals to cook.
BShe saved money to help animals.
CShe had her bank account frozen.
DShe got unemployed and penniless.

23.  What did Caitlin do before 2010?

AShe gave horseback riding lessons to kids.
BShe kept pigs for food on her farm.
CShe started an animal rescue homestead.
DShe explored wildlife in the neighbourhood.

24. What led Caitlin to realise her mission?

Afostering puppies
Bbuying kittens
Crescuing piglets
Dlosing chickens

25. How did she become a mustang owner?

AShe got it on an impulse.
BIt was her lifetime dream.
CShe planned to start a ranch.
DIt was a good investment.

26. What is TRUE about Caitlin Cimini?

AShe raised money by selling 16 acres of land.
BShe was given financial support by GoFundMe.
CShe was employed by GoFundMe to adopt animals.
DShe gained recognition for training wild horses.


Read the texts below. Match choices (A–H) to (27–32). There are two choices you do not need to use. Write your answers on the separate answer sheet.


Scripps College

The highly ranked progressive women’s college knows how to keep that old school touch alive with their tradition of afternoon tea. Every Wednesday afternoon Scripps holds afternoon tea in the beautiful Seal Court. Surrounded by a fountain and mosaic murals, the Scripps students can relax, chat, and even have one-on-one discussions with professors while sipping on some tea.


Oak Hills College

The Oak Hills tradition follows that after a classmate’s engagement, the groom-to-be is thrown by his classmates into the campus lake. Friends of the fiancé carry him from his dorm to the dock and ask him two questions: “Do you love her?” and “Is she worth it?”’. Say “yes” to both and your friends will most lovingly throw you into the cold Minnesota lake.


Washington University in St. Louis

Walk In Lay Down, usually referred to as WILD, is a concert in the Brookings Quad every fall and spring. The tradition gets its name from the fact that students dragged sofas and couches into the quad (square) so they could listen in comfort. The concert usually features local bands as well as one or two nationally known groups or artists. The Say “Hi” Tradition requires all students to say hello to students and faculty that they meet on campus on this day.


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Smith College

Whether you are going to come to the college for a lecture, to visit the award-winning Smith College Museum of Art, take a campus tour, stop in at one of the libraries, attend a performance or simply stroll the grounds to enjoy the beauty of Smith’s botanic gardens, come on Mountain Day and you'll find a campus filled with energy and enthusiasm. Since 1877, the women’s college in Northampton, Massachusetts has taken part in a strange but lovely tradition called Mountain Day. On a beautiful autumn day, Smith College’s president rings the college bells to give students an unexpected but welcomed break from classes so that they can hike up the mountain and pick apples.


Bucknell University

Starting with New Student Orientation, your first days at Bucknell immerse you in scholarship, learning and tradition what it means to become a member of the campus community. For example, during the first week of their second semester, first-year students serenade the president of the university. During their first and last weeks on campus, students gather in a circle in the college campus overlooking the hills at sunset for a class candle-lighting ceremony.


Rollins College

Fox Day is an annual tradition established by Rollins’ 10th president, Hugh McKean, in 1956. Each spring, on a day “too pretty to have class,” the president cancels all classes, providing undergraduate students with a surprise day off. A statue of the Rollins fox is placed on Tars Plaza early in the morning. A free pancake breakfast is offered and fun activities are planned throughout the day.

According to the tradition of which college or university do students _____ ?

Aclimb to the top of the hill and gather fruit
Battend a performance in the local museum
Cplay a trick on a man who has decided to marry
Dhelp themselves to a morning meal at no cost
Esing songs to the head of their institution
Finvite a popular singer for a fox hunt
Genjoy live music in the campus yard twice a year
Hmeet once a week for pleasant informal socializing






Read the text below. Choose from (A–H) the one which best fits each space (33–38). There are two choices you do not need to use. Write your answers on the separate answer sheet.

Rattlesnake Removers

When Heather Ramirez of Auburn, California, went to the dentist recently with her husband Len, (33)_____ . She and her husband are professional snake removers. They were there to catch and return to the wild a rattlesnake (34)_____ .

Studies show these snakes generally only bite people (35)_____ . Keeping your distance prevents bites, which are serious but not usually fatal with today’s medicines. A rattlesnake can even give a loud warning that says, “I am here, stay away” with the rattles located at the tip of its tail.

“We find rattlesnakes everywhere,” says Ramirez. “In houses, in yards and woodpiles, under decks.” She says (36)_____ — it’s the other way around: “These animals were here first, and we humans came in and built houses. We are living in their territory.”

Many people are frightened when they see a rattler and call for help right away. When the Ramirez’ phone rings, the couple drops whatever they are doing and rushes to work, (37)_____ .

The team is good at catching snakes (38)_____ . A tool that looks like long spaghetti tongs allows them to handle snakes without harming them. Heather Ramirez and her husband relocate more than a thousand snakes a year, letting them go far away from human activity.

A that had slithered indoors

B that the snakes aren’t invading human homes

C that the snake cannot reach them to bite

D she wasn’t there to have her teeth cleaned

E never touching a snake with their hands

F that has gone into hiding

G often leaving a meal half-eaten on the table

H who are trying to catch or kill them



Read the texts below. For questions (3948) choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D). Write your answers on the separate answer sheet.

What Is the Weather Like in Australia?

Australia has temperate weather for most of the year but the climate can vary (39)_____ the size of our continent. The northern states (40)_____ have warm weather much of the time, with the southern states (41)_____ cooler winters. Australia is also one of the driest continents on earth with a(n) (42)_____ annual rainfall of less than 600 millimetres. (43)_____ all countries in the southern hemisphere, Australia has seasons that are opposite to those in the northern hemisphere. December to February is summer; March to May is autumn; June to August is winter; and September to November is spring.


39. _________

A due to

B together with

C apart from

D except for


40. _________

A partially

B typically

C totally

D widely


41. _________

A expecting

B experiencing

C spending

D forecasting


42. _________

A seasonal

B oceanic

C heavy

D average


43. _________

A Like

B Including

C Similar

D Corresponding

Mother Bears Aren’t Afraid of Tourists

Noisy ecotourists may unexpectedly (44)_____ brown bears in the wild. Human visitors to remote natural areas often (45)_____ with animal behaviour, sometimes with disastrous results. However, researchers studying brown bears in Canada found that while adult males (46)_____ the tourists, the presence of people didn’t bother mothers and cubs, who seemed to use the noise of buses as a (47)_____ that dangerous males had left the area. Even when males had left the area altogether, females didn’t appear until the tourists did. Mother bears evidently take advantage of the opportunity to dine without the (48)_____ of males attacking their cubs.

44. _________

A improve

B benefit

C serve

D raise

45. _________
A interfere
B involve
C mix
D interrupt
46. _________
A faced
B blocked
C ignored
D avoided
47. _________
A note
B sign
C mark
D symbol
48. _________
A panic
B warning
C threat
D alarm


Read the texts below. For questions (4958) choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D). Write your answers on the separate answer sheet.

Sleeping with a Phone in Your Bed Is the Worst Idea Ever

This might just be the (49)_____ thing you’ll read today. Recent Twitter public service has drawn attention to falling (50)_____ with your cell phone in bed with you. While it may be convenient to sleep with your phone under your pillow, or to charge your phone next to you while you (51)_____ a rest, you’d better not. It may cause a fire.

When you keep your phone under your pillow, it causes the already hot batteries to heat up further and (52)_____ lead to your cell phone catching fire. Your phone has the potential to burn you if you (53)_____ it anywhere in your bed.

49. _________

A scary

B scarier

C scariest

D much scarier


50. _________

A asleep

B sleepy

C sleep

D sleeping


51. _________

A have had

B had

C are having

D will have


52. _________

A must

B should

C could

D need


53. _________

A has left

B leave

C were leaving

D were left


Bottlenose Dolphin

Bottlenose dolphins send messages to one (54)_____ in different ways. They squeak and whistle and use body language. Dolphins also produce (55)_____ frequency clicks, which act as a sonar system telling (56)_____ the shape, size, speed, distance, and location of the object. They also have a sharp sense of hearing. Scientists believe that the sounds travel through the (57)_____ lower jaw to its inner ear and then (58)_____ to the brain for analysis.

54. _________

A another

B other

C the other

D others


55. _________

A high

B heighten

C highly

D height


56. _________

A their

B they

C them

D themselves


57. _________

A dolphin

B dolphins’

C dolphin’s

D dolphins



57. _________

A are transmitted

B is transmitted

C transmitted

D transmits





You’ve got a letter from your English pen-friend in which he/she writes that his/her parents are worried about the lack of exercise in your friend’s life. Write a letter to your pen-friend in which tell him/her

  • whether you do sport or not and why
  • what sports are popular with your friends and where they do them
  • give some pieces of advice on how to keep fit.

Write a letter of at least 150 words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.