Hear, Hear! (A Cheer) - For People Who Believe Change Is Something They've Lost In A Couch mp3 album
Part 1. You will hear people talking in eight different situations. For questions 1-8, choose the best answer (A, B or C). Your browser does not support the audio element. 1 You hear a woman talking about the final episode of a TV series. What does she say about it? A It wasn't as good as previous episodes. B It failed to attract a large number of viewers. C It delivered an unexpected end to the story. 2 You hear a DJ who works in a club, talking about his job. What makes him unhappy? A being asked to play old-fashioned types of music.
For questions 1–8, complete the sentences with a word or short phrase. The ancient city of Cuzco. The words (1) are sometimes used to describe the city because of its historic buildings. Cuzco was originally designed in the shape of (2). The Incas built houses in Cuzco without (3) to keep out the cold. Part 3. You are going to hear six people who have migrated talking about their experiences. Listen and match each person with the aspect of migration (A-H) they mention. There are two aspects you do not need. A i migrated to fulfill my ambitions. B I encountered some negative attitudes to start with. C I’ve felt homesick since I left. G Local people learn something new. H Attitudes are more diverse.
3 You hear two characters talking in a radio play. Where are they? A. in a hotel. 4 You hear a writer talking on the radio about criticism. He was told something surprising during it. C He had not expected the call. Exercise 2 You will hear an interview with someone who works in a museum in London. For questions 9-18, complete the sentences. 13. The petrie museum. Sir William Petrie died in . .He mainly collected the 10. used by people in ancient Egypt. The curator's favourite object is a 11. which has two letters written on it. Petrie 12. the objects well before sending them from Egypt.
Most people who become regular smokers started when they were young. This is the time to get the facts straight: smoking does no one (3). good, and it does a great (4). of harm to your health. It also often means giving up a lot later in life, such as the chance to excel in sports, extra spending money, and even years of one’s life. They know it is harmful, and many even know someone who has died from a smoking-related illness, like lung cancer or heart disease. the same time, these smokers continue lighting up when they go out for a drink, take a break from work, or hear alarming news. Some smokers even light up when they learn about the dangers of smoking, because they become worried. Used to show that you are talking about someone or something that has not been mentioned before, or that your listener does not know about: She's got a problem.
You will hear people talking in eight different situations. 1 You hear someone talking about women's football. 3 On the radio, you hear a man discussing a cartoon film about dinosaurs. What aspect of the film disappointed him? A the design of the backgrounds. 5 In a radio play, you hear a woman talking on the phone to a friend. Where does the woman want her friend to meet her? A on the beach. 6 You hear a student talking to his friend about a meeting with his tutor. C to request more time to complete coursework. 7 You hear a man talking about learning how to paint landscapes. What does he say about it? A It proved easier than he had thought.
|A1||For My Love (If She Were Here)|
|A2||We Don't Care (No More)|
|A3||O Yes Indeed|
|B1||Little Bits (Little Nips)|
|B2||Stuck (Inside A Daydream)|