Copy Of Insight Intermediate Unit 5 Pet Listening

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Copy Of Insight Intermediate Unit 5 Pet Listening

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Questions 1 – 7   There are seven questions in this part. For each question there are three pictures and a short recording.   For each question, choose the correct answer A, B or C.  Example:  Where is the girl’s hat? 
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    1 Which dish did Mark cook in the competition?
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    Where is the girl's new book now? 
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    Who lives with Josh in his house?
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    What will the girl take with her on holiday?
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    What time will the train to Manchester leave?
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    Where will the friends meet?
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    Which sport will the boy do soon at the  centre? 
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    Questions 8 – 13   You will hear an interview with a singer called Nick Parker who plays in a band called Krispy with his sister Mel.  For each question, choose the correct answer A, B or C.
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    When Nick and Mel were younger,
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      They studied music at school.

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      Their father took them to live concerts.

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      Their mother encouraged them to play music.

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    When Nick and Mel started writing music together, they
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      Disagreed about the style they should have.

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      Didn't want to be the same as other bands.

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      Were influenced by different kinds of music.

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    The band Krispy started after
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      Nick began studying at music school.

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      Two other musicians heard Nick and Mel playing.

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      Nick and Mel advertised for the band members.

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    In the band's first year together, 
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      Concert audiences liked the music.

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      They signed a recording contract.

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      Their national tour was very successful.

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    What does Nick say about life in the band today?
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      The older members look after him and Mel.

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      He's pleased to have the chance to travel.

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      There's no opportunity for them to relax together.

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    What disappointment has the band had?
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      They haven't yet had a number one single.

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      Their first album sold under a million copies.

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      A health problem delayed their album recording.

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    Questions 14 – 19   You will hear a man called Ben, from a young people's organisation, telling a youth group about a course they can do on Saturdays. For each question, fill in the missing information in the numbered space. 
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    Saturday courseName of Ben's organisation: ..................
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    Aim of course: Discovering .........................
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    Closest course location for this group: ...........................
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    Length of course: ......................... weeks
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    Examples of activities we will do:
    • Learn how to climb
    • Cut up wood
    • Make a .....................
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    • Design a ...................... to take home.
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    Questions 20 – 25   Look at the six sentences for this part. You will hear a boy called Thomas and a girl called Ruby talking about a poster for their school sports day. Decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect. If it is correct, choose the letter A for YES.  If it is not correct, choose the letter B for NO.   
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    Ruby realises that the first design of the poster may need improving.
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    Thomas thinks the poster should be bigger than last year's.
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