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TRAVELLER LEVEL B2 TEST BOOKLET TEST 2

Test 2 - Module 2
1. VOCABULARY
A. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in capitals.
1. The police managed to arrest the 2. Yesterdays before they could get away. took place on Main Street, in broad daylight. CRIME ROB

3. After a few inexplicable deaths in the area, scientists found that the water contained some substances. 4. Didnt you know that it is 5. The two countries got involved in a them many lives. 6. His wife had given him an from the shop. 7. fight for some years ago. 8. I think Emma is very answers wrong. to win the competition, because half her of speech, a basic human right, is something that people had to FREE list of things she wanted him to buy END to smoke in hospitals? , meaningless war that cost BLOOD HARM LEGAL

LIKELY
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B. Complete the sentences with the correct form of a phrasal verb from the box.

break into make off deal with go through with cheat out of pick out

hold up put up

1. Unfortunately, someone year. 2. All the dresses were so nice that I couldnt buy. 3. Don Johnson

our house while we were on holiday last

which one I wanted to

two shops on Oxford Street last night, and with the money. However, the police arrested him shortly afterwards.

4. Are you sure you want to about. 5. The government has to find a way to

the divorce? You have two children to think

the economic crisis. him

6. They said they would pay him for his work, but in the end they his share. 7. Julie said she would be very grateful if we could for a few days, as she could not afford a hotel. her friend

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C. Choose the correct option a, b, c or d to complete the sentences.
1. I think I might have a. overlooked 2. The government have taken a. care 3. Michelle is quite a. only b. lonely b. pride b. overturned his skills. He is a lot less capable than I had thought. c. overtook d. overestimated

to reduce the number of forest fires. c. measures d. notice

in London and misses her friends in Manchester. c. alone d. single and it was clear she would

4. From an early age, Sylvia took part in writing be a writer one day. a. matches b. games c. races

d. competitions in the show will get

5. There is a cash prize for the winner, but all the presents. a. participants b. fans c. spectators

d. audiences

6. Did you hear about the house that was a. shoplifted b. burgled

last night? c. kidnapped me of theft. c. blamed d. accused d. stolen

7. I was extremely upset when the woman a. sentenced 8. The criminal had to a. serve time b. charged

in prison for the crimes he had committed. b. reach a verdict c. pay a fine d. plead guilty score

D. Complete the table with the missing words. Crime


murder burglar kidnapping shoplifter robber theft hijack vandal

Criminal

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2.GRAMM AR
E. Complete the sentences below using the verbs in brackets in the correct Past tense. (see) that puppy, we (know) we 1. The moment we had to take it home. 2. When Mrs Swain 3. Professor Jones (interrupt) him with a question. 4. Unfortunately for me, I I 5. It (read) it. (be) impossible to concentrate because my neighbour (already / sign) the paper my boss gave me before (get) home, her husband (speak) for a whole hour when Alice (sleep).

(argue) with his wife all afternoon. 6. Louise had been driving for an hour when she realised she home. score (forget) her purse at

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F. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first, using the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between two and five words, including the word given.
1. The cost of living is a little higher than it was 2 years ago. The cost of living 2. I thought the hotel would be more luxurious. The hotel was 3. I have never met a more responsible individual. He is the most responsible individual 4. Linda was not as upset as I had expected. Linda 5. When we went to their house, the guests had left. The guests had left 6. If you leave earlier, it will be easier to find a parking space. The easier it will be to find a parking space. and we went to their house. the I had expected. by met. than I thought it would be. ever than it was 2 years ago. as slightly

7. It is becoming increasingly dangerous to walk around town at night. It is getting 8. As a child, Stephen usually spent hours playing alone in his room. As a child, Stephen to walk around town at night.

would playing alone in his room.

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3.RE ADING
G. Read the text below and answer the questions that follow.

Sailings Young Hope


Ellen MacArthur is the inspirational woman sailor who on February 7, 2005 broke the world record when she became the fastest person to sail around the world. Ellen became interested in sailing at the age of eight when she was taken aboard her aunts sailing boat. This was an exciting experience for a young girl living in land-locked Derbyshire so far from the coast. Ellen faced many difficulties in becoming a professional sailor because she lacked sponsorship. Despite this, she raised enough money to buy a boat and when she was twenty, she entered the Mini Transat race in France and sailed her boat 3000 miles across the Atlantic in just 33 days. Impressed by this remarkable achievement, a group called Kingfisher gave Ellen sponsorship. Ellens career as a sailor really took off after this, particularly in France, where she was adored by the public and was given the official title Sailings Young Hope. Next, Ellen entered the Vendee Globe competition with her new boat Kingfisher; she exceeded all expectations and finished second. The greatest challenge for her was spending over 90 days alone facing terrifying storms at sea. Ellen showed remarkable determination, courage and endurance. Ellen went on to become the fastest solo sailor to sail around the world in 2005. In recognition of her achievement, she was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire. Ellen is a woman who has succeeded despite all odds being against her and she is an inspiration to us all.

Line 4

Line 7

1. In line 4, what does this refer to? a. breaking the world record b. her interest in sailing c. her being a young girl d. going onto her aunts sailing boat 2. Derbyshire is a place a. near the sea. b. near a river. c. which is surrounded by land. d. where Ellen went sailing. 3. In line 7, what does sponsorship mean? a. equipment b. emotional support c. money to help you do something d. technical advice 4. How did Ellen attract the attention of her first sponsor, Kingfisher? a. by doing well in the Mini Transat race b. by raising money to buy a boat c. by going to France d. by gaining the title Sailings Young Hope

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5. The most difficult thing about her voyage during the Vendee Globe competition was the fact that a. she was a woman. b. she had a new boat. c. she was terrified. d. she faced dangerous conditions by herself. 6. Ellen is an inspiration to us because a. she didnt give up on her dreams. b. she is a sailor. c. she is a Dame. d. she is the only woman to have sailed around the world. score

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4.LISTENING
H. You will hear a radio interview with Robert White, an adventure photographer, who is talking about his work. For questions 1-7, complete the sentences.
for his work. 1. Robert is a photographer who has received many . 2. Robert prefers to visit places that are was set up for Robert so he could take pictures of the birds. 3. A . 4. During the storm Robert was afraid he might be he is working with. 5. Robert believes it is important for him to . 6. Robert became interested in photography after he to make a career out of photography. 7. Robert says that he score Total score

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