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JETSET LEVEL THREE

WRITING TEST
JET VERSION
PRACTICE PAPER
TIME ALLOWED 75 MINUTES
Complete the details below in block capitals.
Candidate Name
Centre Code

Candidate
Number

Candidate ID Number

Number of additional sheets handed in

You need

This question paper

A pencil

You may NOT use a dictionary.


Do NOT open this paper until you are told to do so.
Try to answer ALL the questions.
INSTRUCTIONS

Read each question carefully

Write your answers in the spaces provided

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Part One
Answer these questions in full sentences.
Example:

What time do you usually go to bed?

I usually go to bed at 10 oclock.


1.

Whats your full name?

2.

Where do you go to school?

3.

When were you born?

4.

What was the weather like yesterday?

5.

What did you do last weekend?

6.

What are you doing this evening?

7.

What is your favourite type of food?

8.

What kind of music do you like?

9.

Where would you like to go on holiday?

10. What time do you usually get up?

(10 marks)

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Part Two
Complete the sentences in the same way as the example.
Example:

If I read in the car,

I will feel sick.

11. If Im hungry,

12. If the bus is late,

13. Ill go swimming

14. If John finishes his homework,

15. He will go to the shops if

(5 marks)

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Part Three
Look at the information in the table and then complete the sentences with the
correct form of the word in brackets.

The 16_______________ (long) water slide at Sunnydale Water Park is the Up and
Away and it also has a 17_______________ (big) number of visitors than any of the
other rides. Although Wildest Dreams isnt that long, it is 18_______________ (fast)
than Up and Away, reaching 40km per hour! Some say that it is the
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_______________ (scary) and the 20_______________ (dangerous) ride in the

country! Head over Heels is the 21_______________ (short) ride and doesnt go as
high as the others so it is the 22_______________ (suitable) for children. Up and
Away goes 23_______________ (high) than the other two and it is also the
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_______________ (expensive). I think Ill try Head over Heels first because its

the 25_______________ (slow).


(10 X marks)

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Part Four
Fill in the gaps in the conversation below.
Example:
Hi Paul,

how are you?


Im great thanks, how about you?

Im very well. What (26)


this evening?

I dont have any plans, why?


(27)
.
a video at my house? Ive borrowed a really good film from
the video shop.

Thats a good idea (28)

You could come round at about half-past six.

Okay, Ill walk round. Ill bring an umbrella as I think


(29)

Yes, its very cloudy.


(30)

It lasts about two hours.


Great. Ill pick up a pizza on my way.

(5 marks)
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Part Five
Read about each person and then complete the answers to the questions
below.

Marie Gilles

Tina Ferino

Natalie Gomez

Stratford Primary
School 1999-2005

Burford Primary School


2000-2006

Portswood Primary
School 2001-2007

Ferryside Secondary
School 2005 -

Ferryside Secondary
School 2006 -

Ferryside Secondary
School 2007 -

Three brothers

Only child

Two sisters

Likes: swimming

Likes: chess

Likes: Football

Hates: Football

Hates: Spiders

Hates: maths

Example:
She

When did Marie start at Ferryside Secondary School?

Started at Ferryside Secondary School in 2005.

31. Would Marie enjoy playing football with Natalie? Why not?
No,
32. Which primary school did Tina use to go to?
She
33. Do they all have brothers and sisters?
No,
34. Would Natalie like to study maths at university? Why not?
No,
35. Do they all go to different secondary schools?
No,
(5 marks)

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Part Six
Imagine you are writing a letter to your cousin, telling her how you are
spending the summer holidays. You may use the pictures to help you complete
the letter.

You can continue writing on the next page

Dear Gabriela
Thank you for your letter. I hope you are well and happy! I am really enjoying the
summer holidays
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Part Six (continued)

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(10 marks)

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