3 agosto, 2021  C1 ADVANCED READING AND USE OF ENGLISH TIME: 1 HOUR 30 MIN

 

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PART 1- Read the text below and decide which answer best fits each gap.
1-Choose the correct answer
2-Choose the correct answer
3-Choose the correct answer
4-Choose the correct answer
5-Choose the correct answer
6-Choose the correct answer
7-Choose the correct answer
8-Choose the correct answer
PART 2 Read the test below and think of the word which best fits each gap. Use only one word in each gap.
9-Use one word
10-Use one word
11-Use one word
12-Use one word
13-Use one word
14-Use one word
15-Use one word
16-Use one word
PART-3 Read the test below. Use the word given in capitals at the end of some of the lines to form a word that fits in the gap IN THE SAME LINE
17- PURSUE
18- PREDICT
19- ENTHUSE
20- DISTINCT
21- COMPETE
22- INCREASE
23- REPLACE
24- INNOVATE
PART 4 Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. DO NOT CHANGE THE WORD GIVEN. You must use between three and six words, including the word given.
25-Do not change the word given
26-Do not change the word given
27-Do not change the word given
28-Do not change the word given
29-Do not change the word given
30-Do not change the word given
PART 5-You are going to read a reviewof two books about internet. Choose the answer which you think fits best according to the text.
31-The reviewer starts with the metaphor of a city map in order to illustrate
32-What do the words "that test" in line 13 refer to?
33-What point is made about the internet in the third paragraph?
34-What does the reviewer suggest about Zuckerman in the fifth paragraph?
35-Which of the following words is used to suggest disapproval?
36-What does the reviewer suggest about Aleks Krotoski in the final paragraph?
PART 6- You are going to read four extracts from articles in which academics discuss the contribution the arts (music, painting, literature, etc.)make to society. Choose from the academics. The academics may be chosen more than once.
37- Which academic has a different view from North regarding the effect of the arts on behaviour towards others?Answer A, B, C OR D
38- Which academic has a different view from Konecki on the value of studying the arts compared to other academic subjects?Answer A, B, C OR D
39- Which academic expresses a different opinion to the others on whether the human species has a genetic predisposition towards the arts?Answer A, B, C OR D
40- Which academic expresses a similar view to Esslett on how the arts relate to demands to conform?Answer A, B, C OR D
PART 7 You are going to read an extract from a magazine article about Macquarie Island. Six paragraphs have been removed from the extract. Choose the one which fits each gap. There is one extra paragraph you do not need to use.
41- I am stumbling....
42- Later, inside....
43- Next morning....
44- The delay while....
45- This extreme isolation....
46- Unaccustomed to the hervibores....
PART 8. You are going to read an article by a psychologist about laughter. Choose A-D. The sections may be chosen more than once.
47- comments on which person laughs within a verbal exchange?
48- uses a comparison with other physical functions to support an idea?
49- gives reasons why understanding laughter supplies very useful insights?
50-refers to someone who understood the self-perpetuating nature of laughter?
51-cites a study that involved watching people without their knowledge?
52- describes laughter having a detrimental effect?
53- criticises other research for failing to consider a key function of laughter?
54- explains that laughing does not usually take precedence over speaking?
55- describes people observing themselves?
56- encourages checking that a proposition is correct?
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