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ky Reading and Use of English * Part 1 For questions 1-8, read the text below and decide which answer (A, B, C or D) best fits each gap. There is an example at the beginning (0). Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet. Example: 0 A hear B listen C sound D ting ofA BLO Adress made of paper Would you ever wear something made with paper from your old schoolbooks? It might (0) xv.mnmu lke @ crazy idea, bbut Kara Koskowich, a high school student in Canada, became front-page (1) When she made herself a dress out of her mathe homework, ‘The dress was for her schoo! ‘prom’, or leaving party, and she decided to have some fun creating this amazing and 2) dress, e well as help the environment at the same time by recycling 75 pages from her maths exercise book. It was also an affordable (3) ............ compared to buying a new dress at (4) ....... ‘expense; apart from the thread she bought, the dress was (5) free. Kara's bestfriend (@) inthe ereative fun too, making her own recycled dress for the occasion using plastic shopping bags. Other teenagers have also made unusual (7)... of party dresses. Coffee filters, chewing gum \wrappers and crisp packets have al (@) out to be viable materials. 1) A news B article C press D report 2 Asole B only ¢ unique D singlo 3 A selection B course C preference D option 4 A extensive B substantial C considerable D exceptional 5 A coithinty B basically © definitely D principally 6 A joined B involved © concerned D linked 7 A alternatives B models C replacements D versions 8 A pointed B set ¢ turned D got Reading and Use of English Part 4. Test3 | 409 ky Reading and Use of English * Part 2 For questions 9-16, read the text below and think of the word which best fits each gap. Use only one word in each gap. There is an example at the beginning (0). Write your answers IN CAPITAL LETTERS on the separate answer sheet. New We're all used to seeing (0) great many different kinds of animals at a zoo. But now, at Wigdale Zoo, You can also have a 1OCk at (9) wun Very different: dinosaurs, But how on earth could that (10)... possible? Dinosaurs have been extinct for 65 million years (11) the very least and so surely there is (12) way they could actually have come back to life. But Wigdale Zoo Is indeed now offering visitors the chance to see those ancient creatures, Of, (19) vin 'm honest, to see some extraordinarily realistic models of them. (14) that you need to do is take a walk through a large wood, known (18)... Wigdale Old Forest. By the side of a signposted track there are 19 enormous ‘animatronic’ dinosaurs. They move, they roar and (16) of them even spits water. It's an experience not to be missed! 110 | Test 3 Reading and Use of English Part 2 Ec Ey Reading and Use of English » Part 3 For questions 17-24, read the text below. Use the word given in capitals at the end of some of the lines to form a word that fits in the gap in the same line. There is an example at the beginning (0). Write your answers IN CAPITAL LETTERS on the separate answer sheet. exemple: [0] [MlOl#] 1 lvlalz[E[oL_ 1 I Training for a long-distance running race ‘The secret of success when preparing to run in a long-distance race Is to remain extremely (0) oeesunmm , to train sensibly, and to MOTIVATE focus on proper nutrition. I takes more than willpower alone to run several kilometres, There Is some (47)... sn O¥@F the best AGREE way of training, however, and studies have not reached any universal conclusions. Nevertheless, successful (18) tend to approach RUN ‘heir training in similar ways. They focus on staying healthy and, 19) . you may think, are caraful not to ovartrain ‘SURPRISE Itis (20)... to train slightly less, but remain strong PREFER and full of (21) , than to train too hard and face ENTHUSIASTIC (22)... vovoone OF injury. SICK The (28) nnn Of a healthy diet can never be stressed IMPORTANT too much, of course, and you should always cat a good holping of carbohydrates soon after exercising, Another crucial (24) we CONSIDER is the need to remain hydrated at all mes. Listen to your body: if you feel thirsty, then you need a drink. Reading and Use of English Part 3 Test3 | 444