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1 Write your name here Surname Other names Edexcel GCSE Centre Number Candidate Number Chinese Paper 1H: Listening and Understanding in Chinese Higher Tier Tuesday 19 June 2012 Morning Time: 40 minutes and 5 minutes reading time Paper Reference 5CN01/1H You do not need any other materials. Total Marks Instructions Use black ink or ball-point pen. Fill in the boxes at the top of this page with your name, centre number and candidate number. Answer all questions. Answer the questions in the spaces provided there may be more space than you need. You must not use a dictionary. Information You have 5 minutes to read through the paper before your teacher starts the CD. You will hear each extract twice. You may write whilst the CD is playing. There will be a pause between each question. The total mark for this paper is 40. The marks for each question are shown in brackets use this as a guide as to how much time to spend on each question. Advice P40301A 2012 Pearson Education Ltd. 1/1 Read each question carefully before you start to answer it. Keep an eye on the time. Try to answer every question. Check your answers if you have time at the end. *P40301A0116* Turn over

2 Answer ALL questions. Some questions must be answered with a cross in a box. If you change your mind about an answer, put a line through the box and then mark your new answer with a cross. School friend 1 Mary is talking about her friend, Tingting. Put a cross in the correct box. Example: How old is Tingting? A 15 years old B 16 years old C 18 years old (i) On which day of the week does she attend the Chinese class? A Monday B Wednesday C Friday (ii) When did she take part in the competition? A last year B last month C last week (iii) What type of competition was it? A a quiz B essay writing C calligraphy 2 *P40301A0216*

3 (iv) Apart from Chinese, what other school subject does she like? A mathematics B history C geography (Total for Question 1 = 4 marks) *P40301A0316* 3 Turn over

4 Hotel 2 What do these people think about the hotel? A The room is too small. B The hotel is clean. C The breakfast is not very good. D The staff are polite. E F It is close to an underground station. It is close to a shopping centre. Put a cross in the correct box. A B C D E F Example: Dai Ping (i) Meisi (ii) Ma Shan (iii) Li Ting (iv) Dayong (Total for Question 2 = 4 marks) 4 *P40301A0416*

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6 A day out 3 Li Ming and Anna are talking about their day trip. Put a cross in the correct box. (i) Where did Li Ming and Anna want to go yesterday? A the seaside B the theatre C the mountains (ii) Why did they cancel the trip? A because it rained B because of heavy traffic C because Anna was ill (iii) Why are they not going there today? A it is windy B it is too hot C it is foggy (iv) Where does Anna suggest going instead? A to the cinema B to a new sports centre C to a shopping centre (v) Where else does Li Ming want to take Anna to? A a temple B a church C a museum 6 *P40301A0616*

7 (vi) According to Li Ming, what is special about this place? A It took eight years to built B It was built several hundred years ago C It was built a thousand years ago (Total for Question 3 = 6 marks) *P40301A0716* 7 Turn over

8 Eating out 4 Miss Li is in a restaurant talking to the manager. Put a cross in the correct box. (i) When did Miss Li book a table in this restaurant? A yesterday B last week C two days ago (ii) How many people is the table booked for? A 12 B 20 C 22 (iii) How long do they have to wait? A 15 minutes B half an hour C one and a half hours (iv) Why is the restaurant so busy? A it is Chinese New Year B there is a wedding banquet C there is a large group of Chinese tourists (v) What does the manager offer Miss Li while she is waiting? A drinks B chocolate C the menu 8 *P40301A0816*

9 (vi) What does Miss Li know about the food here? A the roast duck is famous B the fish is very fresh C the fried rice is really good (Total for Question 4 = 6 marks) *P40301A0916* 9 Turn over

10 How to get there 5 These friends are planning to go to David s house next Sunday. Put a cross in the correct box. (i) Why are they going to visit David? A to celebrate Christmas B to celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival C to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival (ii) Which type of transport are they going to take? A train B bus C taxi (iii) Where will they get off? A by a church B by a department store C by a supermarket (iv) Where exactly is David s house? A next to a tennis court B opposite a tennis court C behind a tennis court (Total for Question 5 = 4 marks) 10 *P40301A01016*

11 Keeping fit 6 What do these people think about keeping fit? A The only sport I do is PE lessons at school. B I love food. I like exercise as well. C I play ball games every weekend. D I go swimming. E Walking to school every day is how I keep fit. Put a cross in the correct box. A B C D E (i) Ma Tian (ii) Meisi (iii) Dayong (iv) Li Ting (Total for Question 6 = 4 marks) *P40301A01116* 11 Turn over

12 Holiday job 7 Meisi is talking to her friend about working in the summer. Put a cross in four correct boxes. Example: Meisi wants a job for this summer holiday. (a) She needs work experience for her CV. (b) She wants to earn some money. (c) She is applying for a job selling mobile phones. (d) She still receives pocket money from her mother. (e) She likes the idea of working in a pet shop. (f) She worries that the work will be a bit boring. (g) She also has a chance to work in a department store. (h) She thinks that working in a pet shop will be less busy. (Total for Question 7 = 4 marks) 12 *P40301A01216*

13 An exchange student 8 Make notes in English on what Baoming is telling his family on the video phone. (a) How does Baoming feel about going to school?... (b) What does he say about the teachers and classmates?... (c) What difference does he notice between the schools in Taiwan and in the USA?... (d) (i) Which subject does Baoming find most difficult?... (ii) Why does he find this subject difficult?... (e) What after-school activity does he participate in?... (f) What interest has he developed recently?... (g) What does he want to do in the future?... (Total for Question 8 = 8 marks) TOTAL FOR PAPER = 40 MARKS *P40301A01316* 13

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