Cambridge Listening book 12 Test 3 is Cambridge’s property.
Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.
Example: The library re-opened last __month__The library now has
- a seating area with magazines
- an expanded section for books on __1_____________
- a new section on local __2__________
- a community room for meetings (also possible to __3_________ there)
- a new section of books for __4___________
For younger children
- the next Science Club meeting: experiments using things from your __5__________
- Reading Challenge: read six books during the holidays
- this Friday: a local author talks about a novel based on a real __6_________
- IT support is available on Tuesdays – no __7________ is necessary
- free check of blood __8_________ and cholesterol levels (over 60s only)
- the library shop sells wall-charts, cards and __9_________
- evenings and weekends: free __10_________ is available
- A 16-30 years
- B 31-42 years
- C 43-54 years
- D 55-64 years
- E over 65 years
Questions 13 and 14 Choose TWO letters, A-E.
Which TWO are the main reasons given for the popularity of activity holidays?
- A Clients make new friends.
- B Clients learn a useful skill.
- C Clients learn about a different culture.
- D Clients are excited by the risk involved.
- E Clients find them good value for money.
Questions 15–17 Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.
15 How does BC Travel plan to expand the painting holidays?
- A by adding to the number of locations
- B by increasing the range of levels
- C by employing more teachers
16 Why are BC Travel’s cooking holidays unusual?
- A They only use organic foods.
- B They have an international focus.
- C They mainly involve vegetarian dishes.
17 What does the speaker say about the photography holidays?
- A Clients receive individual tuition.
- B The tutors are also trained guides.
- C Advice is given on selling photographs.
Questions 18–20 Complete the table below. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.
|Location||Main focus||Other comments|
|Ireland and Italy||general fitness||personally designed programme
also reduces __18_________
|Greece||__19_________ control||includes exercise on the beach|
|Morocco||mountain biking||wide variety of levels
one holiday that is specially designed for __20_________
Questions 21-26 Complete the flow-chart below. Choose SIX answers and write the correct letter, A-H, next to Questions 21-26.
STAGES IN DOING A TOURISM CASE STUDY
- Locate and read relevant articles, noting key information and also __21__
- Identify a problem or need
- Select interviewees – these may be site __22_________, visitors or city __23_________
- Prepare and carry out interviews. If possible, collect statistics.
- Check whether __24_________ of interviewees can be used
- Select relevant information and try to identify __25_________
- Decide on the best form of visuals
WRITING THE CASE STUDY
- Give some background before writing the main sections
- Do NOT end with __26_________
Questions 27-30 Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.
The Horton Castle site
27 Natalie and Dave agree one reason why so few people visit Horton Castle is that
28 Natalie and Dave agree that the greatest problem with a visitor centre could be
- A covering the investment costs.
- B finding a big enough space for it.
- C dealing with planning restrictions.
29 What does Dave say about conditions in the town of Horton?
- A There is a lot of unemployment.
- B There are few people of working age.
- C There are opportunities for skilled workers.
30 According to Natalie, one way to prevent damage to the castle site would be to
- A insist visitors have a guide.
- B make visitors keep to the paths.
- C limit visitor numbers.
- Highly toxic
- Released into the atmosphere from coal
- In water it may be consumed by fish
- It has also recently been found to affect birds which feed on __31_________
Research on effects of mercury or binds
Claire Varian-Ramos is investigating
- the effects on birds’ __32_________ or mental processes, e.g. memory
- the effects on bird song (usually learned from a bird’s __33_______)
- songs learned by birds exposed to mercury are less __34____________
- this may have a negative effect on birds’ __35_______
- allow more __36_______ for the experimenter
Implications for humans
- Migrating birds such as __37_______ containing mercury may be eaten by humans
- Mercury also causes problems in learning __38________
- Mercury in a mother’s body from __39______ __may affect the unborn child
- New regulations for mercury emissions will affect everyone’s energy __40_________
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12. D, E – in either order
13. A, C – in either order
14. A, C – in either order
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