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Test 1 / 17

TRIP TO SOUTH AFRICA

As well as his research project, Josh planned to write a for a website while he was in Africa.

REPORT

Josh’s group planned to check out a particular region after athat had occurred there.

FIRE

Josh was surprised to see being grown in the first area they visited.

RED TEATEA

Josh describes the vehicle they travelled in as a when they went in search of specimens.

SAFARI TRUCK

Josh uses the wordto give us an idea of the shape of the leaves he found.

NEEDLENEEDLES

Josh was particularly impressed by one type of flower which wasin colour.

ORANGEDEEP ORANGE

Josh uses the wordto convey his feelings about an area of vegetation he studied.

PARADISE

Josh really appreciated the view he got from theof his accommodation.

ROOF
Test 2 / 17

You will hear part of a radio discussion about the intelligence of great apes.


Chimpanzees

At first, Paula the chimpanzee looked as if she was going to the mirror.

attack

Paula’s use of the mirror to examine her was proof that she understood what it was.

eyeeyes

Ray describes the apes he works with as both and intelligent.

sensitivehighly sensitive

Ray explains how one chimpanzee used both food and to win friends.

beddingbedding material

Ray says that from a human perspective, it’s possible to put a interpretation on Tammy’s behaviour.

political

Ray gives the example of the dropped to show that gorillas possess bargaining skills.

sunglassespair of sunglasses

Annabel describes the apes which take part in experiments as for their species.

ambassadors

Ray questions the validity of experiments which involve giving to apes.

drugs
Test 3 / 17

You will hear a woman called Kate Assadi talking to a group of people interested in taking up skydiving.


Skydiving – exciting hobby

Kate says that in the USA people from a variety of enjoy skydiving.

age groups

Kate first tried skydiving when she was a and it cost relatively little.

studentuniversity student

Kate says skydiving can help overcome a fear of and increase confidence.

heights

More people are buying skydiving equipment from these days.

websites

Kate recently bought a at a bargain price.

helmet

To become an instructor, a skydiver must have done at least previous jumps.

2,0002000

You can find the Parachute Association by contacting the nearest

airport

Kate advises people to spend a period of learning to skydive.

several months
Test 4 / 17

You will hear a radio programme about taking family photographs.


Domestic Photography

These days, having one’s photograph taken is less .

unpelasantuncomfortableformalof an ordeal

One subject Gerald never photographs is .

his own childrenhis childrenhis own familyhis family

Photographic companies want people to think that taking photos is .

easysimple

Ruth has put twenty pictures on one page because she didn’t like .

the backgroundthe backgrounds

When people see someone taking pictures of them they tend to .

play up to itplay up to the camerareactpose

Gerald says that family albums today do not show .

angerbad temper

According to Gerald, men are more interested in recording family history when it involves .

video technology

Women make history by .

collecting picturescollecting photosmaking collectionsputting collections together