Test 4


PART 1  Questions 1-10

Questions 1-7

Complete the notes below.

Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

Enquiry about booking hotel room for event

 Andrew is the Events Manager


 Adelphi Room

number of people who can sit down to eat : 1 

has a gallery suitable for musicians

can go out and see the

terrace has a view of a group of

 Carlton Room

number of people who can sit down to eat 110

has a

view of the lake


 Master of Ceremonies :

can give a  while people are eating

will provide  if there are any problems


in hotel rooms or


Questions 8-10

What is said about using each of the following hotel facilities?

Choose THREE answers from the box and write the correct letter, A, B or C, next to Questions 8-10.


 A included in cost of hiring room

 available at extra charge

 not available

Hotel facilities

outdoor swimming pool  


10 tennis court  


PART 2  Questions 11-20

Questions 11-16

What information does the speaker give about each of the following excursions?

Choose SIX answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-H, next to Questions 11-16.


 A all downhill

 suitable for beginners

 only in good weather

 food included

 no charge

 swimming possible

 fully booked today

 transport not included


11 dolphin watching  

12 forest walk  

13  cycle trip  

14 local craft tour  

15 observatory trip  

16 horse riding  


Questions 17 and 18

Choose TWO letters, A-E

Which TWO  things does the speaker say about the attraction called Musical Favourites?

 A  You pay extra for drinks

 B  You must book it in advance

 C  You get a reduction if you buy two tickets

 D  You can meet the performers.

 E  You can take part in the show


Questions 19 and 20

Choose TWO letters, A-E

Which TWO things does the speaker say about the Castle Feast?

 Visitors can dance after the meal

 B  There is a choice of food.

 C  Visitors wear historical costume.

 D  Knives and forks are not used.

 E  The entertainment includes horse races.


PART 3  Questions 21-30

Questions 21-25

Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.

21 What does Trevor find interesting about the purpose of children's literature?

 A  the fact that authors may not realise what values they're teaching

 B  the fact that literature can be entertaining and educational at the same time

 C  the fact that adults expect children to imitate characters in literature

22 Trevor says the module about the purpose of children's literature made him

 A  analyse some of the stories that his niece reads.

 wonder how far popularity reflects good quality

 C  decide to start writing some children's stories.

23 Stephanie is interested in the Pictures module because

 A  she intends to become an illustrator.

 B  she can remember beautiful illustrations from her childhood.

 C  she believes illustrations are more important than words.

24 Trevor and Stephanie agree that comics

 A  are inferior to books.

 B  have the potential for being useful

  discourage children from using their imagination

25 With regard to books aimed at only boys or only girls, Trevor was surprised

 A  how long the distinction had gone unquestioned

 B  how few books were aimed at both girls and boys

 C  how many children enjoyed books intended for the opposite sex.


Questions 26-30

What comment is made about each of these stories?

Choose FIVE answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-G, next to Questions 26-30.


 A translated into many other languages

 hard to read

 inspired a work in a different area of art

 more popular than the author's other works

 original title refers to another book

 started a new genre

 unlikely topic



26 Perrault's fairy tales 

27 The Swiss Family Robinson 

28 The Nutcracker and The Mouse King 

29 The Lord of the Rings 

30 War Horse 


PART 4  Questions 31-40

Complete the notes below.

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

The hunt for sunken settlements and ancient shipwrecks


  • was a village on coast of eastern Mediterranean
  • thrived until about 7,000 BC
  • stone homes had a courtyard
  • had a semicircle of large stones round a 31 
  • cause of destruction unknown - now under the sea
  • biggest settlement from the prehistoric period found on the seabed
  • research carried out into structures, 32  and human remains


  • used in the oil industry, e.g to make 33 
  • problemsthey were expensive and 34 


  • much easier to use, relatively cheap, sophisticated

 Tests :

  • Marzamemi, Sicilyfound ancient Roman ships carrying architectural elements made of 35 

 Underwater internet:

  • 36  is used for short distance communication, acoustic waves for long distance
  • plans for communication with researchers by satellite
  • AUV can send data to another AUV that has better 37  for example

 Planned research in Gulf of Baratti:

  • to find out more about wrecks of ancient Roman ships, including

one carrying 38  supplies; tablets may have been used for cleaning the 39 

others carrying containers of olive oil or 40