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Reading Comprehension
Time: 45 minutes
Task 1
You are going to read a newspaper article about older people playing computer games. Seven
sentences have been removed from the article. Choose from the list (A - H) the one which fit each
gap (1-6). There is one extra sentence which you do not need to use. There is an example at the
beginning (0).
A Because of their greater spending ability, grey gamers are better consumers than teenagers,
and targeting them would be comparatively more profitable for the business.
B On the other hand, grey gamers have a preference for slower paced, mind challenging games
and would not mind being beaten by their grandchildren in a fact action game with space
invaders and extraterrestrial creatures.
C Mental activity, as well as physical exercise, can contribute to better health.
D Some people argue that grey gamers simply dont have the skills required for computer
games, and that teenagers are infinitely better.
E This is how the myth of the older, computer-illiterate person was created.
F In many western countries, life expectancy has increased and there are now far more older
people than were a few generations ago.
G Theres a greater variety of games to choose from, including more intellectual and
sophisticated strategy and stimulation games.
H Many experts were surprised when when this study was published several years ago.
THE GREY GAMERS
One form of social prejudice against older
people is the belief that they cannot
comprehend or use modern technology.
Activities like computer games, surfing the
Net and downloading MP3s are privilege of
the youngsters. It isnt unfair that older people
enjoying a computer game should be frowned
upon by their children and grandchildren?
Besides, the population profile has changed.
In Britain, for instance,
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there are more people over sixty than there are
under sixteen. Nowadays older people have
more control over their lives and they play a
full part in society.
Moreover, better health care has left more
people in their sixties and seventies feeling fit
and
active
after
retirement.
Playing computer games
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is a very effective way of exercising the brain.

When personal computers were first


introduced, most older people felt intimidated
by informational technology and didnt
believe they would ever familiarize
themselves with it.
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Computers have been around for a few
generations now and retired people have
gradually become more relaxed about using
them for recreation. Gamers over 65 prefer
playing puzzle games and card games like
Mahjong, Solitaire and Gin Rummy. Kate
Stevens, aged 72, says: I find it very relaxing.
Its not very demanding, but you still need to
concentrate.
Another development that has favoured grey
gamers, as older people who are keen on
computer games are known, is a change in the
type of videogames available on the market.
Internet Chess and
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Train Stimulator are among the most popular
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of these. Train Stimulator is based on real
world rail activities. Players can choose from a
variety of challenges, such as keeping to a
strict timetable despite unforeseen obstacles
and using helper engines during a winter
storm.
This couldnt be further
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from the truth. Most computer games require
the kind of analytical thinking that improves
with practice, which means that the grey
gamers may well be far better than opponents
half a century younger than them.
In games where speed is the main
consideration, older people would be at a
disadvantage because they may have slower
reaction times.
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Peter Brown, aged 76, says: When we visit


our grandchildren, we play games on the
Internet like chess and Scrabble. If I try to
make things easier for them, they realize it and
get annoyed. They dont have a problem
losing. But when we play their games, they
just have to win.
The type of advertising used by videogame
manufactures suggests that they are still
aiming almost exclusively at teenagers. Game
industries havent yet woken up to the fact that
a vast potential market exists out there.
Its time someone let the
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manufacturers into the secrete.

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Task 2
You are going to read a magazine article about ways to revise for exams. For questions 1-9 choose from the
people A-F. The people may be chosen more than once. There is an example at the beginning (0).
Tom Chapman

Throughout the term, I often use the computer to do


essays and make notes. I save all these, with
a folder to the subject. If I have my
homework marked by my teacher, and there
are mistakes or problems, I update the file
so that it always has the most recent and
correct information. When exam time
comes and I want to revise for a particular
subject, I just pull up those files and make a
copy all on one document. What I usually
do then is go through all the information,
deleting everything but the basic facts, so I
have a shortened version of all my notes
with none of the unnecessary information
like essay introductions and conclusions.
Then I split it into pages and read through
them one at a time. PowerPoints good for
that because you can watch it like a slide
show, memorizing the information before
the screen changes.
Helen Ward

Two or three of us get together at someones house.


We have all our books and notes with us, and we go
through them week by week sort of re-living the
school term. We often find that we have forgotten
what weve been taught especially in the first
weeks of term because its so long ago, so having
someone else there means its more likely that one of
you will remember. We usually do that for a couple
of hours, and then we play music and chat.
John Hunter

I find it helps me to copy important information onto


pieces of paper. Its easy to look up a particular fact
then. Sometimes, I read the information on a page
and then cross it out, one line at a time. When I get to
the end, I try to remember what Ive written. I think
the secrete is not put too much information on each

sheet youll never remember a page full of facts.


So, for that reason, I often use small white cards. I
write a sentence or a date on each card, then learn
them by heart. If its literature, I might have a card
for each character, and note down his or her main
characteristics.
Carly Dalton

Get away! Youll never revise in your room there


are too many other things you want to do. Youll sit
down to revise and think, Oh, Ill just check my
emails or Lets just put on this CD. Before you
know it, youll have written to all your friends and
read the entire lyrics of your favourite singer. Youll
probably even have joined his fan club! I usually go
to my aunts house, but if its not raining, you can do
it in the park.
Tim Bolton

Revision is on-going process. Or, it should be, if you


ask my opinion. Once a week, on Sunday evening,
read through your notes from school. Do it while they
are fresh in your mind. This also gives you the
opportunity to ask your teacher on Monday morning
if theres something you havent quite understood.
Then, have a quick look through on the day before
the exam, and you should sail through it!
Samantha Middleton

Its a bit complicated! I do it in two stages. The


first is in the evening when Im still wide awake. I sit
at my desk and read my notes aloud. On my desk is a
small voice recorder with a microphone, so I record
my notes. Then I go and do something different, like
watching TV or talk to my sister. Stage two is at
bedtime. As I get into bed, I play back what I have
recorded. Sometimes, Im no longer awake when it
reaches the end, but I dont think that matters. I think
some of the information still sinks in! I often wake up


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in the morning having worked out a particular
problem in my head.

Which people:
recommends changing the environment where to study?

thinks its better to revise in company?

mentions taking a break while revising?

says its important not to put too much on a page?

talks about distractions?

uses modern technology to make their notes shorter?

mentions studying at weekends?

spends the least time revising before an exam?

believes they might be still learning while asleep?

combines revision with social activities?

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Use of English
Time: 60 minutes
Task 1
Read the text and then write the correct form of the word in CAPITALS to complete the gaps.
There is an example at the beginning (0).

LONDON EYE
The London Eye, the giant (0) OBSERVATION wheel, is a

OBSERVE

relatively new landmark for London. It is one of the most popular


(1) . in the world. The wheel is the largest of its kind,
at a (2) . of 135 metres. 1,700 tons of steel were

ATTRACT
HIGH

used for its (3) .. People make special journeys to see the (4)

CONSTRUCT

.. giant wheel. 15,000 visitors can ride on the Eye every day.

EXCITE

The architects, Julia Barfield and her husband David Marks, were
the winners of the (5) . to design a Millennium landmark.
Their design was the most (6) . of all the project. The first (7)
. of the wheel were made on their kitchen table in 1993.
David developed the idea for a giant wheel and Julia found the (8)

COMPLETE
IMAGINE
DRAW

.. site by drawing a circle round London and finding its


centre.

IDEA

Not (9) , it took about three years to do all the groundwork to


get the wheel built. In (10) of their work, the couple was

SURPRISE

awarded the MBE, a special honour that is given in the UK to

RECOGNISE

someone who has achieved something special.

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Task 2
Read the text and choose the best answer for each gap (1-12). There is an example at the
beginning (0).

We cannot say for (0) .A.. how many languages are spoken in the world
today, but it has been (1) . that the number is somewhere between three
thousand and ten thousand. Why is it so difficult to tell? There are several
reasons. Firstly, even today in some (2) . parts of the world particularly in
South America and Africa new languages are being (3) . by scientists.
Secondly, because languages can become extinct remarkably quickl y, it is not
always easy to know whether a language which has been recorded by scientists is
still being used by (4) . speakers. Thirdly, there is not always agreement
between linguists (5) . whether the language spoken by a certain group of
people is a language in its own (6) ., or is merely a dialect of another
language.
Several modern linguists believe that, although we often (7) . on the
differences between languages, all the world's languages without (8). share
many fundamental similarities. (9) ., it has been argued that if a Martian came
down to Earth, he or she would probably think that everyone in the world spoke
essentially the same language, as the similarities far (10) . the differences.
There is no (11) . language in the world, for example, which makes questions
by (12) .the word order of sentence, or which doesn't have subjects and verbs.
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2
3
4
5
6
7

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certain
worked
vacant
invented
native
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permission
direct

8 A difference
9 A Nevertheless
10 A outweigh
11 A distinguished
12 A reversing

accurate
valued
empty
discovered
natural
Bin
right
focus
exclusion
Lastly
outlive
experienced
driving

clear
estimated
discarded
developed

normal
under
justice
aim
exception

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outdo
known
correcting

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D charged
D remote
D created
D typical
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over
claim
regard
variety

D Still
D outgrow
D notorious
D designing

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Task 3
For questions 1-12, read the text below and think of the word which best fits each space. Use only
one word in each space. There is an example at the beginning (0).

AGRICULTURE IN ANCIENT BRITAIN


Professor Emma Thomas is an archaeologist (0) WHO specializes in the study of
the Neolithic and Mesolithic periods. The Mesolithic period extended from 9,000 (1) ...
5,200 years ago, and the Neolithic period came after that, lasting until about 2,500 BC.
Human beings were living in Britain during (2) ... of these periods.
Professor Thomas and her colleagues have been involved (3) the analyses of
stone age skeletons to discover more about (4) ... way Ancient Britons lived. Studying
bones can tell us (5) ... great deal about our ancestors, says Professor Thomas. We know
for a fact that Mesolithic people ate a seafood diet, while Neolithic people had a
preference (6) ... plants and animals. We are what we eat, and the change from fish to
meat is recorded in the bones.
It is still a mystery why people just gave (7) ... eating fish. One explanation might
be influence of migrants from Europe, (8) ... brought new ideas over to Britain. Ancient
Britons changed their diet after the Europeans arrived, says Professor Thomas. It was a
time of big changes. (9) ... ancestors stopped hunting and started growing crops. Farming
methods (10) ... imported from Europe. People would no longer rely (11) ... wild foods;
they could control what they ate and what they grew. This marked the beginning of
agriculture (12) ... Britain.

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Listening
Task 1
You will hear five women talking about jobs. Match each speaker (1-5) to a statement (A-F). Use
each letter ONLY ONCE. There is one extra letter which you do not need to use. You will hear the
recording twice.

A.

Her job gives her the chance to meet people.

B.

She thinks she should be paid more for the work she does.

C.

Her job doesn't leave her with much free time.

D.

She's thinking of trying to find a completely different job.

E.

She doesn't have a good relationship with the people she works with.

F.

She has to travel a lot for her job.

Speaker
Statement

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Task 2
You will hear a conversation between the director and the actors. For sentences 1-7 choose the
best phrase to complete it (A, B or C). You will hear the recording twice.
1.

The director says they are going to


A. decide what part each actor will play.
B.
hand out the scripts.
C.
read through the play.

2. There will be
A. regular rehearsals at the weekend.
B.
rehearsals on one weekend only.
C.
no rehearsals at the weekend.
3.

The director will call or e-mail actors to tell them


A. they are not needed for rehearsals.
B.
which actor is in which scene.
C.
what time each rehearsal starts.

4. The director hopes rehearsals will finish


A. before 10 pm.
B.
after 10 pm.
C.
at 10.30 pm.
5. Before making or buying a costume, the director wants the actors to
A. talk to the costume designer.
B.
decide exactly what they want.
C.
discuss their ideas with her.
6. The director encourages the actors to
A. spend their own money on buying a costume.
B.
stay within the budget that he has given them.
C.
find a way to increase the small budget.
7. Brian, the actor, says that
A. the actors should share their budgets.
B.
all the actors should make their own costumes.
C.
none of the costumes will cost anything.

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Task 3
You will hear the librarian and the readers talk. Decide which of the statements are true, which
are false and which are not stated. Circle the number of your answer. You will listen to the text
twice.

A1. The woman has used this library before.


1) True

2) False

3) Not stated

A2. The woman usually carries her passport with her.


1) True

2) False

3) Not stated

A3. The woman has something with her that can be used as identification.
1) True

2) False

3) Not stated

A4. You have to pay if you keep a book for more than two weeks.
1) True

2) False

3) Not stated

A5. The library only has books.


1) True

2) False

3) Not stated

A6. You can borrow a maximum of six things at the same time.
1) True

2) False

3) Not stated

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LISTENING
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LISTENING
SCRIPTS
TASK 1

Speaker 1: I've been doing the same job for a couple of years now. Its not very difficult.
Mostly, I answer the phone and take messages. I also have to arrange meetings. I dont mind
spending all day in the office, especially when it's raining! No, I think the only problem is
that my salary hasnt gone up for a year. A little more money and it would be the perfect job
for me, really.
Speaker 2: You get used to living out of a suitcase in this job. I cant tell you how much
time I've wasted in hotels. Most of what I do is meet people from other companies and try to
get them to buy my company's products. To be honest, I think I'd like to do the same job, but
in an office. It would be nice to just go home on time at the end of the day. Maybe Ill find
something like that soon, but for now I have to put up with it. The money's good, and it's
nice to see different places.
Speaker 3: I run my own business a small flower shop. You wouldn't believe how much
running around there is! I used to do something totally different, but I was bored. At least
now I'm never bored! I sometimes wish I had a little more time to myself to relax and see
my friends, but the business always has to come first. Maybe one day Ill be able to pay
someone to run the shop, but for now, there's just me.
Speaker 4: I'm a reporter for a local newspaper. It's what I've always wanted to do, you
know, go out and meet people, find out their stories. We have a wonderful little town here
and I've got to know a lot of the residents over the years. People have to trust you, and I
think that takes a lot of work. People know that I'll always tell the truth, though, so I don't
usually have any problems.
Speaker 5: I spend a lot of time on a computer, designing websites. Its okay - the pay's
good and the office isn't far from where I live but I'm thinking of making a few changes.
I'd like to work from home, really, and with this kind of job there's no reason why you can't.
I just don't like the office atmosphere. I find the people quite boring to tell you the truth. I
don't really have anything in common with any of them and we don't really get on. Working
from home would mean that I wouldnt have to listen to any more gossip!

TASK 2
Director: Okay, everyone. Can I have your attention please? Thanks. Now this is our first
rehearsal this evening, and I hope by now you've all been given a script and know which parts
you're playing, but before we have a first read-through of the whole play, I wondered if any of
you have any questions. Yes, Brian.
Actor: Thanks, Julie. Yes, have you decided yet on the rehearsal schedule, became I know
several of us will have problems at the weekend and ... ?
Director: Yes, dont worry. I know in the last production we had rehearsals every weekend,
but this time we're not going to have rehearsals on Saturdays and Sundays at all, except for
the final weekend before the show. I think that's Saturday the 20th and Sunday the 21th of
April, isn't it? Yes, it is, so make sure you keep that weekend free. Otherwise, rehearsals will
be here every Thursday and Friday evening at 7.30 pm.
Actor: Are you going to need the whole cast for every rehearsal, or will it depend who's in
which scene?
Director: Yes, good question. Can we say this? I expect everyone to be here for the start of
every rehearsal unless I let you know during the week and tell you youre not needed. Okay?
So, if you dont get a call or an e-mail from me, please do presume that I need you.
Actor: And how long do you expect rehearsals to go on for? After ten o'clock?
Director: I certainly hope not, but, if absolutely necessary, yes. I think we should say ten
thirty at the latest, though. I know we all have to get up very early for work.
Actor: Something else, Julie, as well. Costumes. I see we don't have a costume designer for
this production.
Director: No, we don't. It's a bit unfortunate, I know, but there's nothing we can do about it
and we'll just have to make the best of a bad situation. What it does mean, though, is that
everyone is going to be responsible for making or buying their own costume. But before you
make or buy anything, do please let me know what you have in mind.
Actor: Is there a budget for costumes? We're not going to be spending our own money, are
we?
Director: Well, you can spend your own money on buying a costume if you like, but I don't
expect you to. There is a small budget, but when I say small, it's small! It's 18 only per
costume. And don't try and persuade me to increase it, because I can't!
Actor: If someone's going to make their own costume, though, and so it's not going to cost
anything, maybe we could put the money they've saved towards another costume that someone
else wants to buy that's more expensive.
Director: Hmmm ...I hadn't thought of that, actually. Well, I suppose so, but even if
someone's making their own costume they might need to buy material and things like that, so
they can use the budget for that. Lets just see what happens, shall we?

TASK 3

L Librarian, W - Woman
L: Hi. Can I help you?
W: Er,yes. I've just moved to the area and I was wondering what I have to do to use the
library.
L: Right. Well, you have to fill in this application form here. It's quite easy. Just put your
name, address and telephone number. And we will need to see some form of identification,
just to prove you are who you say you are!
W: What kind of thing do you need? I havent got my passport with me, Im afraid.
L: Have you got an electricity bill or a phone bill on you? We just need something that's got
your name and address on it, really.
W: I've got a bank statement in my bag. Will that do?
L: That's perfect. So, once you've filled in the form, Ill check the details on the bank
statement, and then I'll give you a library card. That'll allow you to take books out of the
library.
W: Are there any rules I need to know about?
L: There are a few, yes. You're only allowed to have three books out at any one time.
W: I see. And how long can I keep books out for?
L: You can have each book for two weeks. After that, you have to pay a small amount. It's
fifty pence per week.
W: That sounds reasonable, I suppose. And, do you have a music section? In the library I
used to go to they had lots of CDs which you could take out.
L: Yes, it's the same thing here. The music section is on the third floor. And, once again, you
can only have three CDs at any one time, and can only have them for three weeks.
W: Sorry, I didn't quite understand that. Can I have three CDs and three books, or is it three
of everything in total?
L: Yes, sorry. I didn't make that very clear, did I? It's three things in total, so that might be
two books and a CD, or two CDs and one book. Does that make sense?
W: Yes. They had exactly the same policy at my last library, too. That's fine. So, I'll just fill
out the form now, shall I?
L: Yes, please. If you dont mind.

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with money. Others say that teenagers are too young to deal with money and that
their parents should just buy them what they need.
Do you think that being given pocket money teaches teenagers anything? Give
arguments for both points of view. Dont forget to draw a conclusion.
You should write 200-250 words.
Time: 45 minutes

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Speaking

Student 1
Task 1
(Monologue; Time: 1,5 - 2 minutes)

In a minute you will have to speak about public transport in you city. What sort of
transport is available in your area? What form of transport do you use most often?
What do you like or dislike about it?

Task 2
(Dialogue; Time: 3 - 5 minutes)

Imagine that you and your partner have won a completion. The prize is some money
to spend on equipment for your school. Discuss with your partner what to spend your
money on. Your role is to be in favour of the idea different from your partners.
Give arguments and examples in support of your opinion. You may or may not come
to an agreement with your partner. Remember it is a discussion and not a monologue.
Your answers will be recorded.

Student 2
Task 1
(Monologue; Time: 1,5 - 2 minutes)

In a minute you will have to speak about reasons why you learn English. When did
you start learning it? In what way do you think English is going to be useful for you?
Do you have any plan for a future career? Will you be able to use foreign languages
in the career you choose?

Task 2
(Dialogue; Time: 3 - 5 minutes)

Imagine that you and your partner are in charge of a group of teenagers on holiday.
Choose with your partner two activities for them. Your role is to stick to the idea
different from your partners. Give arguments and examples in support of your
opinion. You may or may not come to an agreement with your partner. Remember it
is a discussion and not a monologue.

Your answers will be recorded.

Student 3
Task 1
(Monologue; Time: 1,5 - 2 minutes)

In a minute you will have to speak about sports. What would you say are the most
popular sports in Russia? Which sport do you enjoy playing? What kind of sports do
you like watching? Which sports do you find boring, and why?

Task 2
(Dialogue; Time: 3 - 5 minutes)

Imagine that you and your partner are planning to do a course for one evening each
week at a local college. Discuss with your partner which course to go on (you can
do: basic car maintenance, cookery, Mandarin Chinese for beginners, photography,
local history). Your role is to be in favour of the idea different from your partners.
Give arguments and examples in support of your opinion. You may or may not come
to an agreement with your partner. Remember it is a discussion and not a monologue.
Your answers will be recorded.

Student 4
Task 1
(Monologue; Time: 1,5 - 2 minutes)

In a minute you will have to speak about clothes. How does the weather affect what
we wear? What types of clothing do men and women choose? What do/do not you
like wearing, why?

Task 2
(Dialogue; Time: 3 - 5 minutes)

Imagine that you and your partner are planning a two-week holiday next summer.
Discuss with your partner the type of holiday you should go on (go camping, stay in
a hotel by the sea, go on a cruise, go on a cycling holiday, go to a language school in
the UK). Your role is to ground your point of view which is quite different from
your partners. Give arguments and examples in support of your opinion. You may
or may not come to an agreement with your partner. Remember it is a discussion and
not a monologue.
Your answers will be recorded.

Student 5
Task 1
(Monologue; Time: 1,5 - 2 minutes)

In a minute you will have to speak about the mobile phones. What do people use
them for? When mobile phones are useful? Are mobile phones ever annoying?

Task 2
(Dialogue; Time: 3 - 5 minutes)

You school is organising a Film day for the students. Discuss the type of film that
would appeal to students. Then decide which two type of film should be shown on
Film Day. Give arguments and examples in support of your opinion. You may or
may not come to an agreement with your partner. Remember it is a discussion and
not a monologue.
Your answers will be recorded.

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- How are you?
- What do you think about the weather?
- How long have you been learning English?
- What other foreign languages do you know?
- What do you usually do in your spare time?

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In a minute you will have to speak about public transport in you city. What sort of
transport is available in your area? What form of transport do you use most often?
What do you like or dislike about it?
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What is public transportation?
What are some of the many benefits of public transportation?
Who uses public transportation?
How many public transportation providers are there?
How large is the public transportation industry?

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Imagine that you and your partner have won a completion. The prize is some
money to spend on equipment for your school. Discuss with your partner what to
spend your money on. Your role is to be in favour of the idea different from your
partners. Give arguments and examples in support of your opinion. You may or
may not come to an agreement with your partner. Remember it is a discussion and
not a monologue.
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