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Decide which market would be the most suitable for the people below.

A Beckfield Market
This market’s world-famous for second-hand camera equipment and books on photography. As well as an amazing range of cameras, we have old pictures of local places of interest for you to buy, and of course the stall owners are happy to give you advice for free! Don’t miss our hot soup stall in cold weather.

B Rosewell Hill
Our market’s in an amazing building that’s hundreds of years old. Visitors find our late-night opening hours convenient, and there are always performers entertaining the crowds. We’ve recently opened more stalls specializing in pictures both from well-known artists and also those beginning their careers.

C Camberwall Market
There’s lots to see in this interesting indoor market, so it’s open from morning until late, in a fantastic modern setting. Find everything from rare gold and silver jewellery to designer clothes – although the prices aren’t cheap, the quality’s excellent. After shopping, enjoy a meal in a nearby restaurant.

D Cobbledown Road
A small market that’s open in all weathers. Come and find something really fantastic – treat yourself or someone special! We have a wide selection of jewellery and musical instruments, produced locally by highly-skilled people, and homemade cakes to enjoy.

E Oldford Lane
Situated in the historic city centre, you’ll find a wide range of jewellery and clothes. Arrive early to avoid disappointment – bargains are found in the morning, and the stalls pack up after lunch. If the weather’s good, enjoy watching the world go by, although it gets very busy in the tourist season.

F Purford Market
Close to museums and art galleries, this is the place to buy something for lunch, as well as fresh fruit and special breads. Try the region’s famous cheese – the producers are there with advice on different types. Eat on the seats situated around the market, watching the colourful scene and enjoying music from local bands.

G Teddingley Market
Situated under historic city walls, in this busy market you’ll find a huge selection of great-value new and second-hand clothes. There are also stalls offering unusual albums by international singers, often hard to find in shops. Our worldfood area allows you to taste food from abroad, cooked in front of you by international chefs.

H Frome Place
Stalls open during normal daytime shopping hours so, depending on the weather, there’s plenty to entertain you the whole day. Try our sandwich bar if you’re hungry, and look for an old copy of something by a favourite author. We also have gifts from all over the world.

Jenny wants to buy locally-produced food traditional to the area. She needs somewhere convenient to eat, and as she’s sightseeing in the city, the market shouldn’t be far from local attractions.
F Purford Market
Matt wants a market where he can get something to wear at reasonable prices, and something hot to eat. He’s also keen on music, and likes finding rare recordings by different bands.
G Teddingley Market
Sammie wants to visit a market after spending the day in the city. He would like to photograph a historic place, and buy a painting by someone unknown
B Rosewell Hill
Alexia is looking for a really special necklace for her grandmother’s birthday. She’d like to spend the whole day at the market, and wants to avoid the cold by staying inside
C Camberwall Market
Ella is looking for objects from other countries for her friends. She’d like to choose a second-hand book to read on the journey home, and wants a snack at the market, too.
H Frome Place
Test 2 / 20

Decide which book would be most suitable for each person.

A Henry Jowett ‘The Portrait of a Woman’
The charming Evelyn Blanchet was a French woman who came to England in the eighteenth century and won the hearts of young men wherever she appeared. This enjoyable romance shows us the elegant evening dresses, the beautiful rooms, and Evelyn’s gleaming eyes in an imaginary world full of gardens and palaces.

B Patience Jones ‘The English Corner’
In a quiet English village by the sea, a young French widow gets a second chance at love. Annabel Ginger hasn’t been back to the Village of Abberton since she buried her husband two years ago. Now she’s returning with her 4-year-old daughter, Alice.

C Robin Greene ‘Migration’
In the dark future of Jupiter XI, more than 90 percent of the world’s population died. Most people killed themselves or were killed by others who were listening to voices steering their dreadful actions. Those who survived live in a very hostile environment. There are so many different twists or unexpected turns.

D Ann Kaufman ‘Baby Dance’
This fabulous board book follows five American puppies (including a rather cheeky Yorkie) as they play and dance the day away. Using delightful rhyme and simple language, an American author Ann Kaufman has created a fun, rhythmical story that is a joy to read and alluring to little ears.

E Bruce Nolan ‘Landia’
Landia is a medieval world filled with pirates and warriors, adventures and battles, and a group of boys trying to find their place in the world. The story focuses on a bunch of naughty boys who, as part of their coming of age, must go through six months of tough, physical training on land and sea to become warriors.

F Automobile Association ‘Walks and Tours in England’
A free guide (French edition) with practical tips and advice to help you get the most out of your trip to the United Kingdom. The guide includes detailed information on history, museums, galleries, churches as well as some useful information about accommodation. There are suggested tour routes, maps and directions.

G Izaak Watson ‘The Perfect Storm’
The “Silver Guide” series from St. George’s Press has been around since the late ’60s and is known for its comprehensive coverage of a wide range of topics related to nature. “The Perfect Storm” is no exception. The book is widely considered to be one of the leading guidebooks for novice and experienced anglers.

H Doris McCartney ‘The Princess’
Open the book, and you won’t be disappointed, for what follows is a fascinating adventure with fantastic places and amazing creatures, all to be found just on the verge of reality, if only you could squeeze through the lavender hedge at the bottom of the garden to find it.

James is looking for a book for his granddaughter's fourth birthday present. Ideally, it should be about animals or elves and be a story he can read to her many times.
D Ann Kaufman ‘Baby Dance’
Susan is twenty-one and works for a multinational company. She likes romance novels very much, especially if they contain descriptions of fashionable clothes, magnificent houses, and parties.
A Henry Jowett ‘The Portrait of a Woman’
Andre is from Paris and travels across England on business very often. He would like a book that offers accurate information as he sometimes has time for sightseeing between business meetings.
F Automobile Association ‘Walks and Tours in England’
Tina is a chemistry student, but she would like to read science fiction in her free time. She wants to buy a well-written book with a surprise at the end.
C Robin Greene ‘Migration’
Peter wants to buy a book as a present for his friend Robin. Robin is keen on fishing and likes spending time in nature.
G Izaak Watson ‘The Perfect Storm’