Test 2


PART 1 Questions 1-10

Questions 1-4

Complete the table below

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer

Festival information

Date Type of event Details
17th a concert performers from Canada
18th  a ballet company called
19th-20th (afternoon) a play type of play: a comedy called Jemima has had a good
20th (evening) a  show show is called


Questions 5-10

Complete the notes below.

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer


  • Making  food
  • ( children only ) Making
  • ( adults only ) Making toys from  using various tools

Outdoor activities

  • Swimming in the
  • Walking in the woods, led by an expert on

See the festival organiser's 10  for more information


PART 2  Questions 11-20

Questions 11-14

Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.

11 The park was originally established

 as an amenity provided by the city council.

 as land belonging to a private house.

 as a shared area set up by the local community.

12 Why is there a statue of Diane Gosforth in the park?

 She was a resident who helped to lead a campaign.

 She was a council member responsible for giving the public access.

 She was a senior worker at the park for many years

13 During the First World War, the park was mainly used for

 execises by troops

 growing vegetables

 public meetings

14 When did the physical transformation of the park begin?





Questions 15-20

Label the map below.

Write the correct letter, A-I, next to Questions 15-20.

15 statue of Diane Gosforth 

16 wooden sculptures 

17 playground 

18 maze 

19 tennis courts 

20 fitness area 


PART 3 Questions 21-30

Questions 21 and 22

Choose TWO letters. A-E.

Which TWO groups of people is the display primarily intended for?

 students from the English department

 residents of the local area

 the university's teaching staff

 potential new students

 students from the other departments

Questions 23 and 24

Choose TWO letters. A-E.

What are Cathy and Graham's TWO reasons for choosing the novelist Charles Dickens?

 His speeches inspired others to try to improve society

 He used his publications to draw attentions to social problems

 His novels are well-known now

 He was consulted on a number of social issues

 His reputation has changed in recent times


Questions 25-30

What topic do Cathy and Graham choose to illustrate with each novel?

Choose SIX answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-H, next to Questions 25-30.


 A poverty

 B education

 C Dicken's travels

 D entertainment

 E crime and the law

 F wealth

 G medicine

 H a woman's life


Novels by Dickens

25 The pickwick Papers 

26 Oliver Twist 

27 Nichoas Nickleby 

28 Martin Chuzzlewit 

29 Bleak House 

30 Little Dorrit 


PART 4  Questions 31-40

Complete the notes below.

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

Agricultural programme in Mozambique

 How the programme was organised

  • It focused on a dry and arid region in Chicualacuala district, near the Limpopo River.
  • People depended on the forest to provide charcoal as a source of income.
  • 31  was seen as the main priority to ensure the supply of water.
  • Most of the work organised by farmers' associations was done by 32 
  • Fenced areas were created to keep animals from crops.
  • The programme provided
    • 33  for the fences
    • 34  for suitable crops
    • water pumps.
  • The farmers provided
    • labour
    • 35  for the fences on their land

 Further developments

  • The marketing of produce was sometimes difficult due to lack of 36 
  • Training was therefore provided in methods of food 37 
  • Farmers made special places where 38  could be kept.
  • Local people later suggested keeping 39 

 Evaluation and lessons learned

  • Agricultural production increased, improving incomes and food security.
  • Enough time must be allowed, particularly for the 40  phase of the programme.