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Page 2

Advanced
Listening and

Speaking

Kathy Gude

NEW EDITION

OXFORD
UNIVERSITY PRESS

Page 77

Module 4C • Listening

o Exam practice: gap-fill
Listen to a presenter on the radio talking about the Sealed Knot Society and
for questions 1-8 complete the sentences. Listen very carefully as you will
hear the recording ONCE only.

The founderof the SealedKnot had studied(1) historv. Our- oj'its

aims is tointerest(:2) in the-chil war. The SealedKnot has

than auv otherEuropeanRe-enac'tmcntSociety.

Thereare. [rowc-vc-r.no H) nu-nJ1)(,rs.

Someof t!Jcir profits arc giH'n to difkrellt (.'5)

Tlw Socie-tv is uhl« to attract ((i)

The Socic-tv is preparedto attl'lId (,)

The Societyconjlll'cs up tIll' pastto 1]('1p tlu- (S)

if ash'd.

cachvc-ur.

There are more Paper 4 Part 2 tasks In the Task bank on pages 98-100.

Spotlight on Paper 4 Part 3

1.0 l!J Collaborating
Female / Male preconceptions
00 you consider that women and girls have different personalities from men and
boys? In groups of three list two attributes you feel are more characteristically
female, and two male, then compare your lists with another group.

1.1 0 Listening for specific details
You will hear a list of five attributes. As you listen, fill in the missing information.

awarellcssof (1)

(:2)

thinking (-!)

ahilitv

skills

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rClllclllhcring (:J)

Page 78

A question of gender • Module 4C

1.2 l!J Expressing personal opinions
In the same groups as for 1.0, decide which of the attributes In the list in 1.1 you
regard as being more charactenstically female or male.

2.0 l!J Testing preconceptions
Test the opinions you expressed In 1.0 and 1.2 with these qender-sensitive
questions Allow yourselves about five minutes.

o Which two figures below are identical to the figure in the square?

2 3 4

o Study the objects in group A for one minute and cover it up. Then look at
group B and put an X through the figures not in the original array. Score one
point for each item correctly crossed out and subtract one point for each item
incorrectly crossed out.

B

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I

In

[i111j il
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A

E) Name as many synonyms for the following
words as you can in three minutes:

clear dark strong wild

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Key • Task bank 6A

3 Food page 106

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page 104

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page 100

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1 Relationships

Taskol\(' IF '21,:

Task 111'<1 hI" 7B

2 Class distinction page 105

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Task our- II '2t: :)1': IA sc:
Task t\\O hi 71" ,'il': DII lOA

B \111Itipl<- ,.Jllli,'"
I B '2\lt: IB "B hB 7C SB DA
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4 Coping with the unexpected page 10

Task 0111' I B '21),\ 1<' "I':
Task 1\\0 (iC 7<:'iB DA lOll

2 Saving Australia page 101

1C '21),)) -IB ;'jB (iA 7B SI) 91\

3 Two-star chef page 102

A vl ultip]« cI\(lic" 'I'H'StioIIS
] B '2<: :m -JC )B hA 71) SB DD
B It!ellti!, til(' COIlIlI\('llls til(' sp"ak"rs inal«:

1:\ '2,\ :j\ -1\1 "A h\l 7" k\i 91\
10\1 ]1\1 l'2A 1:3\1

4 Touring holiday page 103

A \lllitiple choil'(' '!1\('stioIlS
1\ '2C :)I)IC :)1) ht: 7A kB
B 1t!"llti!\ tlu 1'01l111\('ldstil(' sj)('ak('l's lllak<'

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W(; i u: 1'2(; ll:\ l'lJ 1:)0

1 Hats

L\ '2D

4 National Asthma Campaign Open Day
page 100

:"('ar / spring
::2 n '."it 'ardl
:l ['2,50,000/a ,,,Iarkr of a million pounds

n'SI'archall'anl

" proud
() Dr Cr('golY StOlll'S
- 1iocturu.il ,;stliliia

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3 Baltic cruise page 99

most \walltifi1l capital
o St Pl'tcrshmg

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ill C"lltn' / ill (tll('lll('art of Itl\(,)

cill
,) OI'ltsid" cahills
(i Oil Tlimsda\(s)

- St Pekrsburg

vnur 0\\'11 si\.2;hts{'l'ing
D ia) LLH'II'I'liparh

10 rcf'T"IlC" uumlx-r D;'j(HlB

-I roblx-rv oC('lllTcd ,5 walk togethcr
6 the rohlx-rs 7 slimmerand taller
S Idecpl'hhw 9 llight lx-forr-

2 Museum visit page 99

1 industrial .md agricllitural / rural lifo
'2 '200 I'ears/ GIO cI'llturi,'s
:3 COII11111111iC'atiolls
-l truusport
,") local people/ cclebritics

h coll"l'tl'd localil
- \yorking

4 Theme park page 98

I (tlll'i hllge 'I'II"II'S
,J till' follollillg dal

:j n 'still!.!; / r{'la\ill,g

,I ill till' TOII('rs / park litsl'lfl

" indoor (l'hildll'II'slplal area
(i )'l'lI'r nahhit 11'(' SllIlIl

- thl' I LIIlIlll'd l lou«:
S wlu-u vou I,'al"

r.uncoat

10 atll'llIlalle, 'S
II (aL,irhiticlll'apl'l'

3 Artist's eye page 97

poor ('olour vixit »: :2 ,"jolt'lit hlur :3 his l.ru
pailltill,e:s til(' lllajority or ux l irownis]:
(i IIIOll'I('llml 7 dark<:r ,'i slaslll'd sel('ral

(';lll\'as{'s Dill din'd slLlllight !O fog,l,t;
II di,'d

6 PAPER4 TASK BANK

2 High-tech spy page 97

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.) h\'() / :2 YCars
:l Iklll('r U llil ersill

,( 0111' thi«! / a third / II:) ofa SI""ll,d
S a(,l'id"llt 1"I('ls
(i IS'I,

- grosspolllltl'rs
S ill ( :alit('rJlia
D rq.;lIlar oll(']H\tTS

1 Brooklyn Center schools' programs
page 96

I (theI urbancouulrvxidc-
:2 age·

illllll(\!;ratcd / ('llli,'2;rah'd ito AIIH.'rica)

-l unique:
,'j sllhj('('ts U!I tl«: c-urricuhnu/ c-nrrioulum

Sllhjecls

(i traillillg .md d"I('loplll"llt workshops
- walking
S th"llll'
D EJl\'inlllllH'lItal and scienc('

10 SIIIlIIIII'r dal' C'llllpS

-City robbery page 98
\\'l't'k ago :2 lOU uu-tns :3 a lorn

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