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1 Ê.Ð.Ã. ÊÑÁÔÉÊÏ ÐÉÓÔÏÐÏÉÇÔÉÊÏ ÃËÙÓÓÏÌÁÈÅÉÁÓ ENGLISH LANGUAGE CERTIFICATION LEVEL B1& B2 on the scale set by the Council of Europe PRACTICE TEST 1 l Mark your answers on your answer sheet. l Respond to all activities and answer all test items. l Provide only one answer for each item. ATTENTION l Module 1 - Reading Comprehension & Language Awareness l Module 2 - Writing and mediation l Module 3 - Listening Comprehension l Module 4 - Oral production and mediation 85 minutes 80 minutes 25 minutes 25 minutes 7

2 ΚΠΓ Module 1 Do not open this booklet until the exam begins. Mark your answers on Answer Sheet 1 Provide a single answer for each item. You have 85 minutes to complete this exam paper ACTIVITY Read the text about Michael Collins and for each gap (1-5) choose the best option (A-H). Use each option only once. There are three (3) options you do not need. A sought B appointed C tried D fought E elected F wiped out G positioned H needed Michael Collins ( ) Michael Collins was one of the leaders of the Irish revolutionary movement that (1)... A to gain independence for the 32 counties of Ireland from Great Britain during the War of Independence ( ). During the war, Collins was president of the Irish Republican Brotherhood - the chief revolutionary movement. He was (2)... E as a member of parliament in the 1918 general election, but instead of taking his seat in Westminster (home of the British parliament), he and his fellow revolutionaries set up a new government called Dail Eireann to represent and run an independent Irish republic. This was effectively a declaration of war with Great Britain and the two countries engaged in full scale hostilities thereafter. Collins was (3)... B the Minister for Finance in the new Irish parliament and, as well as being responsible for running the war campaign, he was also tasked with funding the new government. He did this very successfully through the national bond, which provided muchneeded finance for the war effort. Collins is one of the few leaders of the revolution that evaded capture throughout the conflict. He was also arguably the most successful leader in the military sense, setting up an assassination squad which (4)... F much of the British Intelligence community in Ireland. In July, 1921, a truce was called and Collins was one of the delegates tasked with negotiating for a permanent peace with the British government. The outcome of these negotiations was the Anglo-Irish treaty, which granted freedom to 26 of Ireland s 32 counties. Collins supported the agreement but many did not, so, not long after the treaty was signed, Ireland fell into a bloody civil war. Collins, leader of the new Irish government, (5)... D against his former friends for what he believed was in Ireland s best interests. He was tragically killed in an ambush in Bandon, Co. Cork, in August 1922, but his supporters fought on and won the civil war. The Irish Freestate was born. Today, Collins is widely regarded as a national hero and the founder of the modern Republic of Ireland. 8

3 Test Read the text about Michael Collins again and choose the best answer (A, B, or C) for items During the War of Independence, Michael Collins was the A. President of Ireland. B. leader of a group of rebels. C. leader of Dail Eireann. 7. Dail Eireann was the name of A. a revolutionary army. B. the Irish republic. C. the Irish government. 8. During the War of Independence, Collins was one of the only Irish leaders to A. raise money. B. escape getting caught. C. assassinate soldiers. 9. Michael Collins A. disagreed with the B. took part in peace talks. C. negotiated freedom for Anglo-Irish agreement all Ireland. 10. Michael Collins died A. in a trap. B. a national hero. C. at the hands of the British. ACTIVITY 2 Match utterances with items A-G and find out about Black Holes. There is one option you do not need. Black Holes 11. A black hole is a A: because it is very bright region of space and easy to spot. 12. It is called a black B: due to the fact that it absorbs hole all light that hits it. 13. A black hole is a very C: in the late eighteenth powerful force century. 14. Scientists first discovered D: that eventually swallows up the phenomenon entire stars. 15. Once a black hole has E: so scientists try to discover formed it can continue them based on the behaviour of surrounding objects. 16. Even today it is impossible F: to grow and grow indefinitely. to detect a black hole directly, G: from which nothing can escape. 9

4 ΚΠΓ Module 1 ACTIVITY Read the text below and choose the best answer (A, B, or C) for items This text is taken from A a school magazine. B a survey. C a newspaper. 18 The title of the text is incomplete. The best option is: A is the way forward. B comes at a price. C in the public sector. 19 This text was written for A second-level students. B private educators. C people with a general interest in education. Education... Koreans have always placed a lot of importance on the learning of foreign languages, English in particular, and this is reflected in the rising amount of money families feel the need to spend on their children s language learning. Last year, the cost of English language education rose by a massive 12%, and the overall cost of private education has been rising steadily for six straight years now. A recent survey conducted by the National Statistics Office revealed that private education costs in primary and secondary schools grew by 4.3% to $13.7 billion last year. This means that parents spend on average nearly $210 per child per month for private education, $70 of which is taken up by expenditure on English language learning. The increase in the cost of education is putting huge pressure on families, especially as it comes at a time when household incomes are actually falling. More worrying, however, is the fact that parents feel the need to spend so much on private education, suggesting that they have little faith in the public school system, which is failing to produce the desired results. The survey also revealed another cause for concern in the fact that children of highincome families have almost 9 times as much spent on their education as those of low-income parents. Clearly, underprivileged children are at a real disadvantage as they cannot depend upon the same level of private tutoring and learning support as can those from wealthier backgrounds. These poorer children are effectively being denied the right to a top-class education and underperform relative to their wealthier peers. What can be done? The only real answer is for the public school system to be radically improved so that all children get to enjoy an equal chance of receiving a good education that isn t dependent on how much money their family has. Otherwise, the gap between rich and poor will only become bigger and bigger. 3.2 Read the same text again and choose the best answer (A, B, or C) for items Koreans value A spending money on education. B second-language learning. C the English education system. 23 More money is now being spent on education A even though salaries are falling. B because costs are falling. C in the public school system. 21 For a number of years in a row A the cost of language learning has risen. B the cost of learning English has risen. C private education has been getting more costly. 24 Much more educational support is given to A low-income families. B poor children. C children from affluent backgrounds The average cost of private education is A $13.7 billion per year. B $210 per annum. C a big burden on families. 25 The writer suggests that private education is so popular because A parents want the best for their children. B the public education system is not adequate. C rich people overspend on education.

5 ACTIVITY 4 Test 1 Read the text below and choose the best answer (A, B, or C) for items The Mystery of the Mary Celeste It is a mystery that has long confused and puzzled maritime historians and sparked a good many conspiracy theories as well; a month after she set sail from New York in November 1872, with her cargo of industrial alcohol aboard, bound for the port of Genoa in Italy, the Mary Celeste was found abandoned - her crew had, it seemed, simply vanished into thin air. She was discovered on December 6th by Captain David Moorhouse of the Dei Gratia, who became suspicious of the Celeste s erratic movements and feared that something must be wrong. On reaching the ship, Moorhouse s boarding party found her totally deserted. The crew, together with the ship s only lifeboat, had disappeared. Why they d abandoned the ship was not at all clear, but Captain Moorhouse was left in no doubt that they had done so in quite the hurry - everything had been left on board, apart from some navigation equipment and the ship s logs. Stranger still was the fact that although she had clearly encountered high seas and stormy weather (as the ship s hold was flooded with a metre of water), the Mary Celeste was still completely sea-worthy. Moorhouse had no idea why she had been deserted; and so he ordered his crew to sail her back to port in Gibraltar. But this was only the beginning of the mystery... Chief Solly Flood began the investigation to determine what had happened once the ship was safely docked. What he discovered was rather odd - axe-marks on the rails and reddish-coloured stains on the captain s sword. The investigator began to suspect that Moorhouse had boarded the ship by force; at least until tests on the deck showed that the stains were not in fact blood at all. So what had happened? Well, numerous theories started to emerge. At first it was thought that the crew might have got drunk on the cargo of alcohol and then gone mad; however, it soon became clear that this would have been impossible since the alcohol on the ship was not drinking alcohol and would surely have killed anyone who tried to consume it. It was then argued that maybe the crew had abandoned ship when the Celeste first started taking on water. But her experienced captain, Benjamin Briggs, would have known that a metre of water was not enough to sink her. Eventually, a more plausible theory emerged. It suggested that the crew may have abandoned ship during a storm if one of the barrels of methanol (industrial alcohol) had broken open, with the captain fearing an explosion of this highly volatile liquid. But no one could tell for sure what had really happened And sadly they would never find out; the Celeste went down in flames 12 years later in an insurance-fraud scam - and her secrets burned with her. 26 Why did Capt. Moorhouse become suspicious when he first saw the Mary Celeste? A she was not sailing smoothly B her crew had disappeared C the ship was deserted 27 The strangest thing about the deserted ship A was that it was perfectly okay to sail. B was that the crew took almost nothing. C was that there was water in the hold. 29 Why did the investigator initially suspect Moorhouse? A he had taken the ship by force B there was evidence of a struggle C the crew had been drunk 30 If the crew had drunk the alcohol on the ship, they would have A died. B got very drunk. C gone mad. 28 Where was the Celeste originally headed for before she was abandoned? A New York B Genoa C Gibraltar 31 Reading this article, we can infer that the reason for abandoning ship A was almost certainly fear of an explosion. B was revealed as an insurance scam. C will never be fully understood. 11

6 ΚΠΓ Module 1 ACTIVITY 5 Use expressions A-F to complete utterances so that they make sense. Use each option only once. There is one option you do not need. A right on the money B for my money C to make money D in the money E money to burn F made of money 32 Speaker A Paul, could I borrow 200 from you until next pay day? I m flat broke. Speaker B You must think that I ve... E or something. Sorry Jane, I haven t got 200 to spare. 33 Speaker A I m thinking of becoming a fashion designer; what do you reckon? Speaker B 34 Speaker A Speaker B I think there are easier ways... C than in fashion design. What would you do if a person you thought you really loved asked you to marry them after only four weeks together?... B, it s a mistake to rush into these things Simon. Why don t you see how you feel about her in a few months time? 35 Speaker A Wow! Hey big spender! You must be... D the way you are throwing it around today. Speaker B Well, just between you and me, I did get a little windfall last weekend in the lottery. 36 Speaker A Your prediction that Manchester would win the league this year was... A. Speaker B Well, it was an easy one to get right; I mean, they had the best team by far. ACTIVITY 6 Read items below and decide what groups of people these notices might be aimed at. Use each of the options (A-F) below only once. There is one option you do not need. A employers B patients C professional athletes D gym members E home owners F commuters ATTENTION PLEASE! ALL SERVICES WILL BE DELAYED BY BETWEEN 10 AND 15 MINUTES DUE TO SNOW ON THE TRACKS. CUSTOMERS, PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WATER MAINS WILL BE TURNED OFF FOR THREE HOURS TOMORROW WHILE MAINTENANCE WORK IS BEING CARRIED OUT. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THE DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS IS NEXT TUESDAY. RANDOM DRUG TESTS MAY BE ADMINISTERED AT THIS EVENT. THE NEW TAX PROCEDURES WILL COME INTO EFFECT FROM JANUARY 1st; PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOUR STAFF ARE AWARE OF THE CHANGES. F E D C A 12

7 Test ACTIVITY 7 Read the text below and for each gap (42-45) choose the best option (A-E). Use each option only once. There is ONE option you do not need. A took B born C confused D mistook E made Ranald MacDonald Not to be (42)... C with Ronald McDonald of fast food fame, Ranald was the first man to teach the English language in Japan. (43)... B at Fort Astoria, in what was then known as Oregon Country, in the U.S.A., Ranald, who was half Chinook Indian, was fascinated to learn from his Indian relatives that his ancestors had come to America from Asia. Therefore, a chance childhood meeting he had with three shipwrecked Japanese sailors (44)... A on special significance for him and (45)... E him all the more determined to one day visit the land of his ancestors. 7.2 Read the transcript of an old interview with Ranald MacDonald on the next page, and decide which of the statements below (46-50) are True (A), False (B), or Not stated in the text (C). No. Statements A True B False C Not Given 46 Japanese people and American Indians are very similar in appearance. 47 The Plymouth brought MacDonald ashore in Japan MacDonald never returned to America after setting foot in Japan. The Japanese people were initially welcoming of MacDonald when he arrived there. 50 Moriyama had a natural gift for learning foreign languages. 13

8 ΚΠΓ Module 1 A true pioneer In honour of the 120th anniversary of the death of Ranald MacDonald, a truly pioneering educator, we reprint this, his last interview, conducted by Max Walsh for this newspaper. MW: What made you want to risk life and limb to go to Japan? RM: That s an easy question for me to answer. You see, Japan is the land of my forefathers and I ve always felt drawn to it, ever since I was a very young boy. MW: But you could have faced imprisonment, or worse; death. RW: It s true, back when I first went to Japan, the country had adopted a very anti-foreigner policy, but I never felt concerned by this. After all, as I saw it, I was returning home and was, therefore, not a foreigner at all. MW: How did you manage to get there? Weren t all foreign vessels banned from docking in Japan? RW: Yes, that s also true, but I managed to convince the captain of a ship called the Plymouth to take me close enough to land to enable me to make my own way ashore. But, sadly, my arrival didn t quite go to plan and I was caught by the Ainu people in July MW: What happened next? RW: Well, they put me in confinement in a temple in Nagasaki for about ten months - that was a pretty lonely time, but at least I was able to learn some Japanese. Then, as they needed someone to teach their traders and warriors English, they eventually put me to good use educating a select group of elite samurai soldiers. Eventually, myself and others who were stranded in Japan were rescued by the USS Preble about a year later. SR: Then what did you do? RW: Well, when I got home, it wasn t long there before I had the itch to travel again. This time, I toured much of my own country, sometimes to do with work; other times, pleasure. possible, and I developed a profound appreciation of their culture and way of life. MW: You mention the Japanese people; how were you treated by the locals in Japan? RM: At first, they viewed me with suspicion and kept their distance from me, but eventually they became more tolerant. MW: Why do you think that was? RM: Well, I think any nation of people will appreciate it if you embrace their language and culture, which is exactly what I did. I put my ten months in confinement to good use and took to trying to master Japanese. Eventually, I became an asset to the locals; they desperately wanted to learn English, and I was the unofficial English tutor if you like. MW: Tell me something about the people that you taught. RM: As I said, mostly Samurai soldiers, but one name in particular stands out in my mind to this very day - Einosuke Moriyama. That man was some sort of linguistic genius. He absorbed everything that I taught him astonishingly fast and was soon fluent in both English and Dutch (which he had learned from another prisoner like myself). Moriyama and I became great friends and I am told that, years later, he asked after me while he was negotiating with the U.S. commerce delegation on opening Japan s borders up to trade. MW: But your love of Japan never diminished? RM: Certainly not. In fact, my capture and imprisonment brought me into contact with more Japanese people than would otherwise have been 14

9 Test 1 ACTIVITY 8 Insert the correct form of the words which are on the left, to complete sentences below, as in the example. generate Ex. The young generation is disrespectful towards the old. sensitive 51 I really appreciate your sensitivity at this difficult time. exceed 52 Please do not use excessive amounts of water. value 53 This may be a family heirloom, but it is not very valuable. sense 54 I make rash decisions, but you are always so sensible. suggest 55 If you would like to make a suggestion, please speak up. Bird Feeding Winter is a very tough time for small bird species, so why not lend them a helping hand by erecting a bird feeder in your garden. Here are some simple tips for winter bird feeding: Ex. ACTIVITY 9 Fill in the gaps in items with ONE word so that each rule makes sense, as in the example (i) Ensure that your feeder has a wide cover over the feeding ports so that seed is not buried during snowfalls. (ii) Position your feeder in a sheltered location, protected from strong winds. (iii) The positioning / placement of the feeder is also important for another reason; the birds must not be left vulnerable to attack by predators such as squirrels and other rodents. (iv) Make sure that your feeder is cleaned on a regular basis to prevent disease from spreading and mould and mildew building up. (v) Fill your feeder with grains and nuts. All of your target species will thrive on these foodstuffs. (vi) Save yourself time; buy a feeder with a large capacity so that you don t have to constantly go about filling it up. 15

10 ΚΠΓ MODULE 2 ACTIVITY B1.1 Module 2 WRITING PRODUCTION & MEDIATION Do not open this booklet until the exam begins. Respond to both activities. Write your texts in your notebook. Use a pen, not a pencil. Do not write your name in or under either of your texts. You have 80 minutes to complete this part of the exam. Imagine you are John Smith and you are planning to go to see a dance performance in Athens with your friend Jessica Jones. Below is a flyer that Jessica sent to you (flyer No. 1) with a note about the performance that she thinks would be interesting to see. Now write your own ORIGINAL note (80 words) describing the performance you would like to see which is No.2, Ballet Flamenco, by Eva Yerbabuena. Hi John! I m really looking forward to seeing a performance in Athens next week. This flyer caught my eye. It s for the ballet Swan Lake. Doesn t the dancer look elegant and graceful? I don t really know what to expect, but it seems like it will be a traditional ballet performance, with beautiful costumes. For some reason, the colours in the flyer make me think it will be sad though, so we d better bring tissues! What do you want to see? 1 Swan Lake Swan Lake is one of the most loved of all classical ballets and one of the most popular in the Royal Ballet repertory. It has that magical combination of Tchaikovsky s music, a compelling story of tragic romance and choreography that allows the very best dancers to show just how impressive they can be. Jessica 2 FLAMENCO Regarded as one of the most important female dancer/choreographers in Flamenco today, Eva Yerbabuena has been awarded the Flamenco Today prize three years in a row, the Spanish National Dance prize and a Time Out Best Performance of the Year award. Yerbabuena balances the need to take the artform in exciting new directions with a reverence for the Flamenco tradition. This approach maintains the purity of the rhythms and lines of Flamenco, whilst marking her out as one of the most exciting figures in the new order. 16

11 Test 1 ACTIVITY B2.1 A friend of yours is in a theatre group who are putting on a play. Write a text (100 words) for the Promotional leaflet below, to announce the play and interest people in coming to see it. The suggestions that follow will help you. The Spontaneity Box Theatre Group presents our first performance! At the Stage Under the Stars On the 3rd of May, starting at 8pm Ticket line: (message begins.) The Spontaneity Box Theatre Group would like to invite you to Helpful suggestions Tell people: The title and genre of the play. The subject of the play (imagine what it is). About the venue. To bring the whole family. 17

12 ΚΠΓ Module 2 ACTIVITY B1.2 Imagine you have a friend who has a lot of spare time and he is interested in voluntary work. He thinks that in Athens the volunteers movement is not organised at all. Read what the announcement says, and write to your friend John an (80 words) to tell him how he can join this voluntary organisation. «ÓõììåôÝ ù, Ïé ÅèåëïíôÝò ôçò ÁèÞíáò» Ðñüãñáììá Åèåëïíôéóìïý ôïõ ÄÞìïõ Áèçíáßùí Ï Óôü ïò Ìáò Íá äçìéïõñãþóïõìå Ýíá íýï èåóìü ãéá ôçí ôïðéêþ áõôïäéïßêçóç, ôçí ðüëç êáé ôïõò êáôïßêïõò ôçò, ôï ÄÞìï Áèçíáßùí. Íá äéáìïñöþóïõìå Ýíá äßêôõï êïéíùíéêþò áëëçëåããýçò, áëëçëïâïþèåéáò êáé óõíåñãáóßáò óôçí ðüëç ìáò, áîéïðïéþíôáò äçìéïõñãéêü óå ìüíéìç âüóç ôç äéüèåóç êáé ôç èýëçóç ôùí ðïëéôþí ãéá åèåëïíôéêþ äñüóç. Ïé åèåëïíôýò ôïõ ÄÞìïõ Áèçíáßùí èá êëçèïýí íá ðñïóý ïõí êáé íá óõíôçñïýí ôïõò þñïõò ðñáóßíïõ êáé áíáøõ Þò ôçò ðüëçò ìáò, íá åíçìåñþíïõí ôïõò åðéóêýðôåò ìýóá áðü ôá åéäéêü ðåñßðôåñá ôïõ ÄÞìïõ Áèçíáßùí ðïõ ãíùñßóáìå óôïõò Ïëõìðéáêïýò Αγώνες το 2004, áëëü êáé íá âïçèïýí ôïí ðåñßãõñï ôïõò óå ðåñéðôþóåéò Ýêôáêôçò áíüãêçò. Ï ôñüðïò ãéá íá ôïí ðåôý ïõìå: Ðñïóäïêïýìå íá äçìéïõñãþóïõìå ìéá ìåãüëç êáé äõíáìéêþ ïìüäá åõáéóèçôïðïéçìýíùí áíèñþðùí ðïõ èá ðñïóöýñïõí ôïí åëåýèåñï ñüíï ôïõò ãéá ôéò áíüãêåò ôùí óõìðïëéôþí êáé óõíáíèñþðùí ôïõò. ÓõãêåêñéìÝíá "ïé åèåëïíôýò ôçò ÁèÞíáò": Åíåñãïðïéïýíôáé óôçí õðïóôþñéîç êïéíùíéêþí ðñùôïâïõëéþí, óôç äéïñãüíùóç êáé óôçí õëïðïßçóç ðïëéôéóôéêþí êáé áèëçôéêþí ðñïãñáììüôùí. Åõáéóèçôïðïéïýí ôïõò óõìðïëßôåò ôïõò ãéá ôéò áíüãêåò ôçò ðüëçò ôïõò. Åíçìåñþíïõí ôïõò åðéóêýðôåò êáé ôïõò óõìðïëßôåò ôïõò ãéá ôçí ðüëç ôïõò. Âïçèïýí ôïí åáõôü ôïõò, ôçí ïéêïãýíåéü ôïõò êáé ôïõò óõìðïëßôåò ôïõò óå êñßóéìåò óôéãìýò. Ôï ðñüãñáììá "ÓõììåôÝ ù" áðïôåëåß ôçí ëïãéêþ óõíý åéá ôïõ ðñïãñüììáôïò åèåëïíôéóìïý ôïõ êáëïêáéñéïý 2004 "Äåßî ôïõò ôçí ÁèÞíá ðïõ ÁãáðÜò", áëëü êõñßùò áðïôåëåß áðáßôçóç êáé åðéèõìßá ôùí óõìðïëéôþí ìáò. Ðþò Íá Äçëþóåôå Óõììåôï Þ: Ãéá íá ëüâåé ìýñïò êüðïéïò óôï ðñüãñáììá åèåëïíôéóìïý ôïõ ÄÞìïõ ôçò ÁèÞíáò "ÓõììåôÝ ù", ìðïñåß íá óõìðëçñþóåé çëåêôñïíéêü ôçí áßôçóç. Åðßóçò ìðïñåß êáíåßò íá óõìðëçñþíåé ôçí áßôçóç åêäþëùóçò åíäéáöýñïíôïò. Ìðïñåß íá ôçí êáôáèýóåé : - óå ïðïéïäþðïôå ðïëéôéóôéêü êáé áèëçôéêü êýíôñï ôïõ Ï.Í.Á., - óôá 7 Äéáìåñßóìáôá ôïõ ÄÞìïõ Áèçíáßùí, - óôá ÊÝíôñá ÅîõðçñÝôçóçò Ðïëéôþí (Ê.Å.Ð.) êáé ôçëåöùíéêü óôç ÃñáììÞ ôïõ Äçìüôç óôï 195. ACTIVITY B2.2 You have been asked to write an article on the volunteers movement in Athens. Using the information above, write your own article of about 100 words. 18

13 Kratiko-B1-B2-Test-1 2/16/2011 2:49 PM Page 19 Module 3 3 MODULE Test 1 LIST ENING COMPREHENSION AC T IV IT Y 1 Listen to a student giving directions to visitors to his university (items 1-4) and decide which point on the map (A-F) he s talking about. There are two letters you do not need. 1. The Architecture Building D 2. The Physical Wellbeing Centre C 3. The Rowing and Sailing Club A 4. The Administration and Fees Building F Listen again and check your answers. 19

14 ΚΠΓ Module 3 ACTIVITY 2 Listen to the story, about a business interview, and choose the best answer (A, B, or C) for items This short story could appear in A. a jokes book B. a business language book C. a health insurance manual 6. A suitable subtitle for this text might be: A. The smart candidate B. A terrible accident C. How to start a business 7. In order to make his dream come true, the man A. purchased an insurance company B. hired three people C. bought a computer company Listen again and check your answers. ACTIVITY 3 Read items 8-10, listen to three extracts, and choose the best answer (A, B, or C) for each item. Read item 8. Listen and respond. 8. Mike wants to know if A. he can borrow the speaker s car. B. the speaker can help by taking his wife to the hospital sometimes. C. the speaker can babysit for him. Read item 9. Listen and respond. 9. The woman finds out from the person on the other end of the line that her son A. is currently very ill. B. got the bus to school today. C. has not been attending school every day. Read item 10. Listen and respond. 10. The person at the other end of the line A. reschedules an appointment. B. cancels an appointment. C. makes a booking in the diary. Listen again and check your answers. 20

15 ACTIVITY 4 Test 1 Read items Listen and choose the best answer (A, B, or C) for each item. 11. Who are the two speakers? A. a doctor and a patient B. a doctor and an interviewer C. two friends 12. What kind of questions does the first speaker ask? A. questions about his/her own illness B. questions that require highly specialised knowledge C. general questions about a particular subject 13. What percentage of a man s body consists of pure water? A. 65 per cent B. 55 per cent C. 60 per cent 14. By drinking alcohol and caffeine drinks we A. lose water from our bodies. B. get a large quantity of water. C. get more water than by drinking fruit juices. 15. What is the cure for hangovers? A. drinking 1 litre of water as soon as we feel pain B. sleeping for many hours to get better C. drinking a lot of water before we go to bed Listen again and check your answers. ACTIVITY 5 Listen and write down where each speaker (16-20) is. Where do you think the speakers are? 16. Gym ACTIVITY Cinema 18. Train Station 19. Dentist s / Dental Practice 20. Restaurant Listen again and check your answers. Read questions Listen and answer the questions in the Answers Column. A. QUESTIONS B. ANSWERS 21. What s the speaker having trouble starting? car / vehicle 22. What s the speaker talking about? (pet) fish 23. What s the speaker referring to? earrings 24. What is the speaker organizing? a (retirement) party What is the person the speaker is talking to 25. parking (a car) doing? Listen again and check your answers. 21

16 ΚΠΓ Module 4 MODULE 4 SPEAKING PRODUCTION & MEDIATION ACTIVITY 1 GENERAL QUESTIONS B1 LEVEL QUESTIONS Personal questions 1. Which family member are you closest to? 2. Could you live without a mobile phone? 3. Can you tell me about your best friend? Questions about school, studies, work 4. What do you enjoy about learning English? 5. Do you think enough science is taught in school? 6. Is there any job that you would never do? Questions about preferences 7. Do you like visiting museums? Why or why not? 8. What would your ideal holiday be? 9. Do you prefer fast food or home cooked meals? Questions about hobbies and interests 10. Do you enjoy travelling? 11. How often do you go to the cinema? 12. What new activity would you like to learn? B2 LEVEL QUESTIONS Personal questions 13. How close are you to your cousins? Do you see them often? 14. Do you play a musical instrument? What (other) instrument would you like to learn? 15. What do you do to relax? Questions about school, studies, work 16. How might English be useful to you in the future? 17. Do you think everyone should study science, whatever career they plan to follow? 18. Do you prefer to work on your own or as part of a team? Why? Questions about preferences 19. What kind of art, pictures or posters do you have on the walls of your home? 20. Do you prefer to see films in the cinema or at home, on DVD? What are the advantages of each? 21. Do you like to eat healthy food? Is there any unhealthy food you could never give up? Questions about holidays and places 22. Tell me about a place you have visited that you liked. What, in particular, did you like about it? 23. What kind of holiday would you recommend to a student who doesn t have much money? 24. Have you ever been on a holiday that you didn t enjoy? What happened? 22

17 Kratiko-B1-B2-Test-1 2/16/2011 2:49 PM Page 23 Test 1 Module 4 AC T I VI TY 2 ONE SIDED TALK Talking about job satisfaction Talking about job satisfaction B1 B2 Task 1 Imagine the man in picture 3 is your cousin. Tell us what his job is and how he feels about it. Task 2 Imagine that you know the woman in photo 5. Tell us what she likes and does not like about her job. Task 1 Look at photos 1 and 4. Tell us how each of these office workers are feeling and why. Task 2 Think about the jobs portrayed in photos 2 and 6. What would be most rewarding about each of these jobs? 23

18 ΚΠΓ Module Food Choices B1 Food choices Task 1 Imagine that your friend wants to lose weight. Look at photos 3 and 6 and tell us which meal you would recommend to him and why. Task 2 Imagine that your friend is always complaining about being tired. Look at photos 1 and 2 and tell us which you would tell her she should eat. 24 B2 Task 1 Imagine that you are an athlete and you have been training outdoors all day in bad weather. Look at photos 2 and 6 and tell us which meal you would like to eat and why. Task 2 Imagine that you are a chef and you are planning to add a new dish to the menu of the restaurant where you work. Look at photos 1, 4, and 5 and tell us which dish you would add and why.

19 ACTIVITY 3 ORAL MEDIATION Test 1 B1 B2 Greek Food Task 1 Imagine that your friend would like to know the ingredients, in order to cook Moussaka. Read the text and tell him/her what he/she needs to have. Task 2 Imagine I am a foreign friend of yours and I am interested in learning whether it is difficult to cook Mousaka and how long it would take me to do it. Task 1 Imagine I am your English friend and I would like to learn how to cook Moussaka. Read text 1, and tell me the recipe in English. Task 2 Imagine I am a foreign friend of yours and I am interested in learning about Greek food. Read Text 2 and tell me why olive oil is so healthy. Text 1 ÓõíôáãÞ ãéá ÌïõóáêÜ ÅêôÝëåóç: - ÊñÝìá ÌðåóáìÝë Þ Ýôïéìç ìðåóáìýë. - 1 öëéôæüíé öõôéêü âïýôõñï/ëüäé - 1 öëéôæüíé áëåýñé ãéá üëåò ôéò ñþóåéò - 4 öëéôæüíéá ãüëá - 2 áõãü - 1 öëéôæüíé ôõñß ôñéììýíï, êåöáëïôýñé Þ ðáñìåæüíá - áëüôé êáé ðéðýñé - ìïó ïêüñõäï (ôñéììýíï) ÂÜæåôå óå êáôóáñüëá ôï öõôéêü âïýôõñï/ëüäé íá æåóôáèåß êáëü, óå óéãáíþ öùôéü, êáé ðñïóèýôåôå ôï áëåýñé, áíáêáôåýïíôáò ìå îýëéíï êïõôüëé êáé ðñïóý ïíôáò íá ìçí óâùëéüóåé. Ñß íåôå ôï æåóôü ãüëá óôáäéáêü, êôõðþíôáò ôï ìå ôï óýñìá. ¼ôáí ôï ìåßãìá ãßíåé ïìïéüìïñöï êáé øçèåß ôï áëåýñé, áðïóýñåôå áðü ôç öùôéü êáé ñß íåôå ôá áõãü, ôï áëüôé, ðéðýñé êáé ëßãï ìïó ïêüñõäï. ÐñïóèÝôåôå ôï ôñéììýíï ôõñß, áíáêáôåýåôå êáé áöþíåôå ôçí ìðåóáìýë óêåðáóìýíç ìå õãñþ ðåôóýôá ãéá íá ìçí êüíåé êñïýóôá. Áí ç ìðåóáìýë åßíáé óöéêôþ ðñïóèýôåôå ëßãï ãüëá áêüìç. 1. Êüâåôå ôéò ìåëéôæüíåò óå öýôåò óôñïããõëýò êáé ôéò âüæåôå óå ìðþë ìå íåñü êáé áëüôé íá îåðéêñßóïõí (1 þñá ðåñßðïõ). Êáôüðéí ôéò îåðëýíåôå, ôéò óôýâåôå, ôéò âüæåôå íá ìåßíïõí ëßãï óå áñôß íá óôñáããßîïõí êáé ôéò ôçãáíßæåôå ìå ôï ëüäé. 2. ÓùôÜñåôå ôï êñåììýäé óå ìéá êáôóáñüëá ìå öõôéêü âïýôõñï. ÐñïóèÝôåôå ôïí êéìü, áëáôïðßðåñï, áíáêáôåýåôå êáé ôïí áöþíåôå íá ðüñåé ñþìá. ÐñïóèÝôåôå ôéò íôïìüôåò, ôçí äüöíç, ôï óêüñäï, ôïí ìáúíôáíü, ôïí äõüóìï, ½ öëõôæüíé íåñü êáé ô áöþíåôå íá âñüóïõí 25 ëåðôü ðåñßðïõ. ÁöÞíåôå ôïí êéìü íá êñõþóåé. 3. Óôñþíåôå ôéò ìéóýò ìåëéôæüíåò óôï ôáøß Þ óå ðõñßìá ï óêåýïò, ôéò áëáôïðéðåñþíåôå êáé ðáóðáëßæåôå ìå ôï ôñéììýíï ôõñß. 4. ÅðÜíù óôéò ìåëéôæüíåò óôñþíåôå ôïí êéìü. 5. Óôñþíåôå ðüíù óôïí êéìü ôéò õðüëïéðåò ìåëéôæüíåò, ðáóðáëßæåôå ìå áëüôé, ðéðýñé, ôõñß ôñéììýíï êáé óêåðüæåôå ìå ôç ìðåóáìýë ðïõ Ý åôå Ýôïéìç. 6. Ðáóðáëßæåôå ìå ôï õðüëïéðï ôñéììýíï ôõñß êáé øþíåôå ôïí ìïõóáêü óå öïýñíï ðñïèåñìáóìýíï óôïõò 200 0, 35 ìå 40 ëåðôü. Êüâåôå áöïý êñõþóåé ëßãï. Text 2 Ãíùñßóôå ôï Åëáéüëáäï Åëáéüëáäï åßíáé ôï Ýëáéï ðïõ ëáìâüíåôáé áðü ôïõò êáñðïýò ôïõ åëáéüäåíôñïõ ìå ìýóá ìç áíéêü êáé åðåîåñãáóßá öõóéêþ, åíþ ç èåñìïêñáóßá êáé ï öùôéóìüò äåí áëëïéþíïõí ôç óýóôáóþ ôïõ. Ôï åëáéüëáäï åßíáé ðñïúüí áðïëýôùò öõóéêü ðïõ ìðïñåß íá êáôáíáëùèåß ìüëéò ïëïêëçñùèåß ç äéáäéêáóßá ðáñáëáâþò ôïõ. Áöïìïéþíåôáé áðü ôïí ïñãáíéóìü êáôü 98% åíþ áðïäßäåé ôïí ßäéï áñéèìü èåñìßäùí ìå üëá ôá Üëëá öõôéêü Ýëáéá ðïõ åßíáé ôï 9,3 ãéá êüèå ãñáììüñéü ôïõ. Áðïôåëåß ôç âáóéêüôåñç ðçãþ ëéðáñþí óôç ÌåóïãåéáêÞ ÄéáôñïöÞ. ÐçãÝò ëéðáñþí åßíáé üëá ôá ëßðç êáé ôá âïýôõñá, æùéêþò êáé öõôéêþò ðñïýëåõóçò. Ôá ëéðáñü öõôéêþò ðñïýëåõóçò ðåñéý ïõí ðåñéóóüôåñá ðïëõáêüñåóôá êáé ìïíïáêüñåóôá ëéðáñü ïîýá êáé èåùñïýíôáé öéëéêü ãéá ôïí ïñãáíéóìü êáé ôçí õãåßá, åíþ äåí ðåñéý ïõí êáèüëïõ ïëçóôåñßíç. Óå áíôßèåóç ìå ôá æùéêü ëéðáñü ðïõ ðåñéý ïõí ìåãüëï áñéèìü êïñåóìýíùí ëéðáñþí ïîýùí êáé ïëçóôåñßíçò êáé áðïôåëïýí êßíäõíï ãéá ôçí õãåßá êáé ôïí ïñãáíéóìü. 25

20 ΚΠΓ Module 4 B1 B2 Hydrofoils Task 1 Imagine that the examiner is a friend of yours who has come on holiday in Greece but does not speak Greek. Use the instructions to tell your friend what he should or shouldn t do on the hydrofoil. Task 2 I would like to spend a weekend on a Greek island so I would like to get there as soon as possible. Should I choose to travel on a hydrofoil or take the ferry and why? Task 1 Imagine that I am a tourist in Greece and that I have never travelled on a hydrofoil. How is it different from other ferries or ships? Task 2 Imagine that you are back from your holiday and that your examiner is an English-speaking friend of yours, who is expecting to hear all about your experiences travelling on a hydrofoil. What do you tell him or her? Áðáãïñåýåôáé áõóôçñü ôï êüðíéóìá ìýóá óôï ÉðôÜìåíï Äåëößíé Ðáñáêáëåßóèå íá åðéâëýðåôå ôá áíþëéêá ðáéäéü, êáè üëç ôç äéüñêåéá ôïõ ôáîéäéïý Ðáñáêáëåßóèå íá Ý åôå ôï åéóéôþñéü óáò ìáæß óáò êáè üëç ôç äéüñêåéá ôïõ ôáîéäéïý. Ãßíïíôáé ôáêôéêïß Ýëåã ïé Âåâáéùèåßôå üôé ãíùñßæåôå ðïõ âñßóêåôáé ç ðëçóéýóôåñç Ýîïäïò êéíäýíïõ Ìçí ôïðïèåôåßôå ôéò áðïóêåõýò óáò óôïõò äéáäñüìïõò Ìçí áöþíåôå ðßóù óáò óêïõðßäéá ìåôü ôçí áðïâßâáóþ óáò áðü ôï óêüöïò SEA Dolphins Υδροπτέρυγο To Υδροπτέρυγο ή εμπορικά λεγόμενο ιπτάμενο δελφίνι, ή υδροφόιλ, (hydrofoil ship) είναι ναυπηγικός τύπος πλοίου που ανήκει στα ταχύπλοα επιβατηγά πλοία χωρίς θαλάσσιο εκτόπισμα (non displacement craft) με "μέση ταχύτητα" και άνω. Ναυπηγικά φέρει υπό τα ύφαλα μόνιμα πτερύγια (καμπυλωτά πέδιλα συνήθως δύο, με ελαφρά ανοδική κλίση προς πλώρη), δια των οποίων πάνω από συγκεκριμένη ταχύτητα, το κύριο μέρος του σκάφους εξέρχεται της επιφάνειας του νερού με αποτέλεσμα μηδενίζοντας τις τριβές ν αναπτύσσει μεγαλύτερη ταχύτητα. Βεβαίως εξυπακούεται ότι οι άξονες στις προπέλλες έχουν μεγάλη κλίση ώστε να διατηρούνται αυτές μέσα στο νερό. Τα ιπτάμενα δελφίνια μπορούν να αναπτύξουν υψηλές ταχύτητες, κόμβοι, πλην όμως είναι ευαίσθητα στους κυματισμούς, γι αυτό και στερούνται ανοικτού καταστρώματος. Το μεγάλο τους πλεονεκτημα σε σχέση με τα συμβατικά πλοία, είναι η ταχύτητα τους, γι αυτό και τα εισιτήρια τους είναι αρκετά πιο ακριβά από τα άλλα πλοία. Ένα πρόβλημα που έχουν πολλοί επιβάτες είναι ότι όταν οκαιρός δεν είναι καλός είναι πολύ εύκολο να ζαλιστείς γιατί το δελφίνι κουνάει πάρα πολύ! Στην Ελλάδα αυτός ο τύπος σκάφους έλαβε τον εμπορικό τίτλο "Ιπτάμενο δελφίνι" στη δεκαετία του 1970, όταν τέτοιο σκάφος με το όνομα "express" είχε δρομολογηθεί σε γραμμές του Αργοσαρωνικού. Στην Ελλάδα πιο γνωστά είναι τα σοβιετικής κατασκευής ιπτάμενα δελφίνια της κλάσης Μετεόρ, που εφόσον οι καιρικές συνθήκες το επιτρέπουν επεκτείνουν τους πλόες τους ακόμα και σε γραμμές του Αιγαίου. 26

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