Copy Of Solutions Pre-intermediate Unit Test 8 Listening

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Listen to an interview with a crime writer and choose the correct answers.

  • 2. 

     Carol started to write about crime when

    • A.

      She worked as a police officer.

    • B.

      One of her relatives robbed a bank.

    • C.

      Someone she knew committed a crime.

    Correct Answer
    C. Someone she knew committed a crime.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "someone she knew committed a crime." This is because the sentence implies that Carol's interest in writing about crime started when she had personal knowledge or connection to someone who committed a crime. It suggests that this personal experience influenced her decision to write about crime.

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  • 3. 

     Carol prefers to research her books by

    • A.

      Talking to people involved in crime.

    • B.

      Reading books about criminals.

    • C.

      Looking for information on the internet.

    Correct Answer
    A. Talking to people involved in crime.
    Explanation
    Carol prefers to research her books by talking to people involved in crime because it allows her to gain firsthand knowledge and insights into the criminal world. By directly interacting with individuals who have experienced or been a part of criminal activities, she can gather authentic information, personal anecdotes, and unique perspectives that may not be found in books or on the internet. This approach enables her to create more realistic and compelling narratives in her books.

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  • 4. 

       Carol wants to understand what a criminal is like so she can writerealistic

    • A.

      Main characters.

    • B.

      Crimes.

    • C.

      Victims.

    Correct Answer
    A. Main characters.
    Explanation
    Carol wants to understand what a criminal is like so she can write realistic main characters. This suggests that Carol is interested in creating believable and well-developed characters for her writing. By understanding what a criminal is like, she can accurately portray their thoughts, motivations, and actions in her stories. This will help make her main characters more authentic and engaging for her readers.

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  • 5. 

      Carol was scared of one criminal she met because

    • A.

      Of something that he said.

    • B.

      He had bought her a drink.

    • C.

      She looked like his last victim.

    Correct Answer
    A. Of something that he said.
    Explanation
    Carol was scared of one criminal she met because of something that he said. This suggests that the criminal said something that instilled fear in Carol. It implies that his words were threatening, intimidating, or conveyed harmful intentions. This made Carol feel scared and apprehensive about the criminal, as his words had a significant impact on her emotions and perception of him.

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  • 6. 

      Carol says that her books

    • A.

      Don’t take long to write.

    • B.

      Don’t take ages to read.

    • C.

      Aren’t popular enough.

    Correct Answer
    B. Don’t take ages to read.
    Explanation
    Carol's statement implies that her books are not time-consuming to read. This suggests that her books are relatively short or easy to understand, allowing readers to finish them quickly. It does not provide any information about how long it takes for her to write the books or their popularity.

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