1 Page 1/5 A. LISTENING COMPREHENSION You will hear a woman talking about what happened on the night a serious storm struck Britain. For questions 1-5 fill in the missing information. Only one word is necessary to fill each gap. Mrs Joan Hetherington lives in a (1) in Sussex. She had a lucky escape when her chimney collapsed and fell into the (2). Mrs Hetherington, whose husband has only recently died, was having a cup of tea when the (3) struck and had just got up to look out of the window. Then she felt the house tremble and all of a sudden the (4) began to bulge. The chair she had been sitting in was on its side and the room was filled with (5) and bricks. Sadly for Mrs Hetherington she lost some of her most treasured possessions, including photographs of her family. Now, like many others, she must start to pick up the pieces. B. CLOZE Fill each of the numbered blanks in the following passage. Use only one word in each space. John and Mary are in many ways typical of young entrepreneurs today. They have their (1) business, a hamburger restaurant in a shopping centre (2) the South of England. They already have a staff of over 40 people, because although the restaurant is quite small, it has to be open for long (3). They bought the business a couple of years (4) and spent the first few months working so hard that they rarely saw any of their friends. But once they had got used to the way the restaurant worked, they did not (5) to work such long hours and were able to take more time (6). Since then they have improved efficiency by installing a new computer system. The restaurant has been very successful, and (7) the competition from another fast food restaurant nearby, the number of customers (8) increased steadily. As a result, they are planning to enlarge the restaurant by buying the hairdressing salon (9) door and turning it (10) another seating area.
2 Page 2/5 C. READING COMPREHENSION Read the passage offering jobs in three hospitals and mark the right answer to the following questions. For each question, mark one answer only. 1 The kitchen porter job at St. John s Hospital A is better paid than at Kingstown Hospital. B will work in the same kind of kitchen as at Kingstown Hospital. C will sometimes have to work at weekends. D is paid more than the night porter. 2 Which of the full-time jobs advertised is the worst paid? A kitchen assistant at Kingstown Hospital B kitchen assistant at St. Ann s Hospital C general porter at Kingstown Hospital D food service supervisor at St. Ann s Hospital 3 If you wanted a part-time job which of those advertised state that they would be available to you even if you had no experience? A general porter B kitchen porter C kitchen assistant D theatre cleaner 4 The section of the advertisement which deals with nursing posts is different from the rest of the advertisement in that A no rates of pay are given. B no daytime work is available. C no jobs are available immediately. D no further information is available.
3 Eastshire Area Health Authority KINGSTOWN HOSPITAL NURSES! Do you enjoy providing a high standard of basic nursing care? Why not use your skills at your local hospital? We currently have jobs for both day and night duty (full- and part-time) in all grades. If you think that you might like to join our team, please call Mrs G. Washington or Sister A. Purcell at , for further information. KITCHEN ASSISTANTS AND KITCHEN PORTER are required to work in this small but friendly department. No experience is necessary as full training will be given. Hours of duty are full-time, i.e. 40 hours weekly. Average weekly wage PART-TIME EVENING KITCHEN ASSISTANTS are required to work in the Staff Dining Room. Hours variable approx 3 hours per evening. Hourly rate NIGHT PORTER required to join our Portering Team. Hours of duty are full-time (40 hours weekly). Average weekly wage 150. GENERAL PORTER required to work in the recently improved kitchen. Hours of duty are full-time (40 hours weekly). Average weekly wage ST JOHN S HOSPITAL KITCHEN PORTER required to work in this recently improved kitchen. 40 hours weekly including some weekend work. Average weekly wage plus extra weekend payment of 4.53 per hour. Further information, job descriptions and application forms are available from the Hospital Services Manager, Kingstown Hospital, Kingstown, Eastshire KN6 8TW. Tel: Kingstown ST ANN S HOSPITAL FOOD SERVICES SUPERVISOR is required for the patient and staff meals service. Duties include directing a large team of full-time and part-time staff and controlling standards of food preparation and cleaning. Full-time: 40 hours per week (hours 7 a.m. 4 p.m. and a.m. 8 p.m. alternate weeks), one weekend off in three; average weekly wage, KITCHEN ASSISTANTS are required for staff restaurant. Full-time: 40 hours per week (hours 7 a.m. 4 p.m., a.m. 8 p.m.) one weekend off in three; average weekly wage, ; Part-time: 12½ hours per week, Monday to Friday, to help in the serving of evening meals for staff. Application form from the Personnel Dept., St. Ann s Hospital, Mount Street, Oldbridge, Eastshire OG3 9XY. Tel: Oldbridge THEATRE CLEANER FOR EVENING DUTIES A careful person is required to be responsible for the cleaning of operating theatre areas at the end of each day. No previous experience necessary as full training will be given. Hourly rate 4.10 per hour rising to 4.28 per hour. Hours of duty 6 p.m. - 9 p.m., Monday to Friday. Informal enquiries to Mrs Carol Wigmore, St. Ann s Hospital, Tel: Oldbridge Application forms from the Personnel Dept., Mount Street, Oldbridge, Eastshire OG3 9XY. Tel: Oldbridge
4 D. STRUCTURE Page 4/5 1. Infinitiv slovesa v závorce dejte do správného tvaru. A funny thing happened to me while I was at a local music festival with my boyfriend, who (win) two festival tickets earlier that week. It was Saturday afternoon at about three o clock when we (arrive) at the festival and hundreds of people (already get) there. I spent most of the time just looking at the different styles of clothes that people (wear). The day was amazing and I knew I (never forget) it. 2. U následujících podstatných jmen zakroužkujete správný tvar. He is one of the country s national hero / heroes / heros. All winter the children were building snowman / snowmans / snowmen. The police caught all the thiefs / thiefes / thieves in a few hours. We were watching a flock of geese / geeses / goose on the pond. 3. Dokončete každou z vět tak, aby měla stejný význam jako věta nad ní. a. Mary described her seaside cottage to them. Mary told them what b. Mr. Martin lives near us. Mr. Martin doesn t... c. My car is being repainted at the factory. I m Přeložte do angličtiny. Kdo by si to byl pomyslel. Zeptala se ho, proč nežije s rodiči. Musíš mít do Austrálie vízum? Tisíc liber je hodně peněz.
5 E. WRITING Page 5/5 5. Napište krátký příběh (okolo 50-ti, maximálně však 70 slov) s použitím všech následujících slov v libovolném pořadí a odpovídajícím gramatickém tvaru. tomorrow school trip mountains rucksack castle near - hostel fire forward year
6 ŘEŠENÍ: Varianta A A. LISTENING COMPREHENSION 1 village / place / hamlet / house 2 fireplace / sitting-room / house / room 3 storm / gale / wind 4 wall 5 dust / plaster B. CLOZE 1 own 6 off 2 in 7 despite 3 hours 8 has 4 ago 9 next 5 have / need 10 into C. READING COMPREHENSION 1 C 2 C 3 D 4 A
7 D. STRUCTURE ŘEŠENÍ Varianta A 1. Infinitiv slovesa v závorce dejte do správného tvaru. A funny thing happened to me while I was at a local music festival with my boyfriend, who had won... (win) two festival tickets earlier that week. It was Saturday afternoon at about three o clock when we arrived... (arrive) at the festival and hundreds of people had already got (already get) there. I spent most of the time just looking at the different styles of clothes that people were wearing... (wear). The day was amazing and I knew I would never forget... (never forget) it. 2. U následujících podstatných jmen zakroužkujete správný tvar: He is one of the country s national hero / heroes / heros. All winter the children were building snowman / snowmans / snowmen. The police caught all the thiefs / thiefes / thieves in a few hours. We were watching a flock of geese / geeses / goose on the pond. 3. Dokončete každou z vět tak, aby měla stejný význam jako věta nad ní. a. Mary described her seaside cottage to them. Mary told them what her seaside cottage was / looked like. b. Mr. Martin lives near us. Mr. Martin doesn t live far from us. c. My car is being repainted at the factory. I m having my car repainted at the factory. 4. Přeložte do angličtiny: Kdo by si to byl pomyslel. Who would have thought so. Zeptala se ho, proč nežije s rodiči. She asked him why he didn t live with his parents. Musíš mít do Austrálie vízum? Do you need a visa to go to Australia? Tisíc liber je hodně peněz. A thousand pounds is a lot of money.
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