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1.
3 points
First read the text, then answer the questions

Careers advice from Debbie Bento and Wasaf Ali

Hi Debbie,

I've got a problem. I want to be a physiotherapist when I leave school but my dad, who's an accountant, says it'd be a waste of time. He says I can get a better salary in a different job. I do well at school and I could study anything I want, but my dream is to work with sports stars! I don't think Dad's going to let me do what I want. He's going to make me go to university to learn how to make spreadsheets or something like that!!! :(

Carla (17)

Dear Carla,

Parents and children often have arguments about this issue because parents want the best for their children. I am sure that your father is not going to make you study something that you do not want to study. However, I think it is worth trying to understand his views. Perhaps he thinks you would enjoy studying a more academic subject, like science or maths for example. However, I have met people with demanding jobs, such as doctors and lawyers, who wish they had chosen a less stressful job or something they loved. I think you should have a discussion with him and allow him to explain his opinion to you before calmly describing to him how you feel.

Hi Wasaf! Can you give me some information about what it's like to be a film director? :)

Dominic (14)

Hi Dominic,

Film directors have to be good at working with others because they've got to work with a big team of people. Think of all the names you see on the film credits and you'll understand what I'm talking about. When you're a director, you've got to take the script – which is the story and dialogue that's already been written for the movie – and bring it to life on the screen. The director's the one that decides what the film looks like, but he's got to allow the cinematographer and his team to actually shoot the scene. He's also got to make the costume designers and make-up artists understand how he wants the characters to look; but he's got to let them have some creative freedom too

Who writes in a Formal and who writes in an Informal style. Choose F (Formal) or I (Informal).

1.1 Carla F / I 1.2.Debbie F / I 1.3.Dominic F / I 1.4.Wasaf F / I

Answer 1.1 Write the corresponding letter. use capital letter




2.
3 points
First read the text, then answer the questions

Careers advice from Debbie Bento and Wasaf Ali

Hi Debbie,

I've got a problem. I want to be a physiotherapist when I leave school but my dad, who's an accountant, says it'd be a waste of time. He says I can get a better salary in a different job. I do well at school and I could study anything I want, but my dream is to work with sports stars! I don't think Dad's going to let me do what I want. He's going to make me go to university to learn how to make spreadsheets or something like that!!! :(

Carla (17)

Dear Carla,

Parents and children often have arguments about this issue because parents want the best for their children. I am sure that your father is not going to make you study something that you do not want to study. However, I think it is worth trying to understand his views. Perhaps he thinks you would enjoy studying a more academic subject, like science or maths for example. However, I have met people with demanding jobs, such as doctors and lawyers, who wish they had chosen a less stressful job or something they loved. I think you should have a discussion with him and allow him to explain his opinion to you before calmly describing to him how you feel.

Hi Wasaf! Can you give me some information about what it's like to be a film director? :)

Dominic (14)

Hi Dominic,

Film directors have to be good at working with others because they've got to work with a big team of people. Think of all the names you see on the film credits and you'll understand what I'm talking about. When you're a director, you've got to take the script – which is the story and dialogue that's already been written for the movie – and bring it to life on the screen. The director's the one that decides what the film looks like, but he's got to allow the cinematographer and his team to actually shoot the scene. He's also got to make the costume designers and make-up artists understand how he wants the characters to look; but he's got to let them have some creative freedom too

Who writes in a Formal and who writes in an Informal style. Choose F (Formal) or I (Informal).

1.1 Carla F / I 1.2.Debbie F / I 1.3.Dominic F / I 1.4.Wasaf F / I

Answer 1.2. Write the corresponding letter. use capital letter
3.
3 points
First read the text, then answer the questions

Careers advice from Debbie Bento and Wasaf Ali

Hi Debbie,

I've got a problem. I want to be a physiotherapist when I leave school but my dad, who's an accountant, says it'd be a waste of time. He says I can get a better salary in a different job. I do well at school and I could study anything I want, but my dream is to work with sports stars! I don't think Dad's going to let me do what I want. He's going to make me go to university to learn how to make spreadsheets or something like that!!! :(

Carla (17)

Dear Carla,

Parents and children often have arguments about this issue because parents want the best for their children. I am sure that your father is not going to make you study something that you do not want to study. However, I think it is worth trying to understand his views. Perhaps he thinks you would enjoy studying a more academic subject, like science or maths for example. However, I have met people with demanding jobs, such as doctors and lawyers, who wish they had chosen a less stressful job or something they loved. I think you should have a discussion with him and allow him to explain his opinion to you before calmly describing to him how you feel.

Hi Wasaf! Can you give me some information about what it's like to be a film director? :)

Dominic (14)

Hi Dominic,

Film directors have to be good at working with others because they've got to work with a big team of people. Think of all the names you see on the film credits and you'll understand what I'm talking about. When you're a director, you've got to take the script – which is the story and dialogue that's already been written for the movie – and bring it to life on the screen. The director's the one that decides what the film looks like, but he's got to allow the cinematographer and his team to actually shoot the scene. He's also got to make the costume designers and make-up artists understand how he wants the characters to look; but he's got to let them have some creative freedom too

Who writes in a Formal and who writes in an Informal style. Choose F (Formal) or I (Informal).

1.1 Carla F / I 1.2.Debbie F / I 1.3.Dominic F / I 1.4.Wasaf F / I

Answer 1.3. Write the corresponding letter. use capital letter
4.
3 points
First read the text, then answer the questions

Careers advice from Debbie Bento and Wasaf Ali

Hi Debbie,

I've got a problem. I want to be a physiotherapist when I leave school but my dad, who's an accountant, says it'd be a waste of time. He says I can get a better salary in a different job. I do well at school and I could study anything I want, but my dream is to work with sports stars! I don't think Dad's going to let me do what I want. He's going to make me go to university to learn how to make spreadsheets or something like that!!! :(

Carla (17)

Dear Carla,

Parents and children often have arguments about this issue because parents want the best for their children. I am sure that your father is not going to make you study something that you do not want to study. However, I think it is worth trying to understand his views. Perhaps he thinks you would enjoy studying a more academic subject, like science or maths for example. However, I have met people with demanding jobs, such as doctors and lawyers, who wish they had chosen a less stressful job or something they loved. I think you should have a discussion with him and allow him to explain his opinion to you before calmly describing to him how you feel.

Hi Wasaf! Can you give me some information about what it's like to be a film director? :)

Dominic (14)

Hi Dominic,

Film directors have to be good at working with others because they've got to work with a big team of people. Think of all the names you see on the film credits and you'll understand what I'm talking about. When you're a director, you've got to take the script – which is the story and dialogue that's already been written for the movie – and bring it to life on the screen. The director's the one that decides what the film looks like, but he's got to allow the cinematographer and his team to actually shoot the scene. He's also got to make the costume designers and make-up artists understand how he wants the characters to look; but he's got to let them have some creative freedom too

Who writes in a Formal and who writes in an Informal style. Choose F (Formal) or I (Informal).

1.1 Carla F / I 1.2.Debbie F / I 1.3.Dominic F / I 1.4.Wasaf F / I

Answer 1.4 Write the corresponding letter. use capital letter
5.
2 points
READING SECTION 2. First read the text, then answer the questions

Careers advice from Debbie Bento and Wasaf Ali

Hi Debbie,

I've got a problem. I want to be a physiotherapist when I leave school but my dad, who's an accountant, says it'd be a waste of time. He says I can get a better salary in a different job. I do well at school and I could study anything I want, but my dream is to work with sports stars! I don't think Dad's going to let me do what I want. He's going to make me go to university to learn how to make spreadsheets or something like that!!! :(

Carla (17)

Dear Carla,

Parents and children often have arguments about this issue because parents want the best for their children. I am sure that your father is not going to make you study something that you do not want to study. However, I think it is worth trying to understand his views. Perhaps he thinks you would enjoy studying a more academic subject, like science or maths for example. However, I have met people with demanding jobs, such as doctors and lawyers, who wish they had chosen a less stressful job or something they loved. I think you should have a discussion with him and allow him to explain his opinion to you before calmly describing to him how you feel.

Hi Wasaf! Can you give me some information about what it's like to be a film director? :)

Dominic (14)

Hi Dominic,

Film directors have to be good at working with others because they've got to work with a big team of people. Think of all the names you see on the film credits and you'll understand what I'm talking about. When you're a director, you've got to take the script – which is the story and dialogue that's already been written for the movie – and bring it to life on the screen. The director's the one that decides what the film looks like, but he's got to allow the cinematographer and his team to actually shoot the scene. He's also got to make the costume designers and make-up artists understand how he wants the characters to look; but he's got to let them have some creative freedom too

Choose the correct answer, A, B, C or D.
2 Carla's father works with ____ .
A numbers
B food C universities
D films

3 In her future job, Carla wants to ____ .
A sell products in a shop
B work in an office
C treat people with injuries
D work with spreadsheets

4 Carla's father feels that if his daughter chooses a different career she can ____ .

A get paid more
B have a better work environment
C have more free time
D have a more interesting job

5 Debbie believes that Carla's father's views are ____ .

A illogical and wrong
B understandable but not definitely right
C logical and correct
D old-fashioned and wrong


Answer 2. Write the corresponding letter. use capital letter
6.
2 points
READING SECTION 2. First read the text, then answer the questions

Careers advice from Debbie Bento and Wasaf Ali

Hi Debbie,

I've got a problem. I want to be a physiotherapist when I leave school but my dad, who's an accountant, says it'd be a waste of time. He says I can get a better salary in a different job. I do well at school and I could study anything I want, but my dream is to work with sports stars! I don't think Dad's going to let me do what I want. He's going to make me go to university to learn how to make spreadsheets or something like that!!! :(

Carla (17)

Dear Carla,

Parents and children often have arguments about this issue because parents want the best for their children. I am sure that your father is not going to make you study something that you do not want to study. However, I think it is worth trying to understand his views. Perhaps he thinks you would enjoy studying a more academic subject, like science or maths for example. However, I have met people with demanding jobs, such as doctors and lawyers, who wish they had chosen a less stressful job or something they loved. I think you should have a discussion with him and allow him to explain his opinion to you before calmly describing to him how you feel.

Hi Wasaf! Can you give me some information about what it's like to be a film director? :)

Dominic (14)

Hi Dominic,

Film directors have to be good at working with others because they've got to work with a big team of people. Think of all the names you see on the film credits and you'll understand what I'm talking about. When you're a director, you've got to take the script – which is the story and dialogue that's already been written for the movie – and bring it to life on the screen. The director's the one that decides what the film looks like, but he's got to allow the cinematographer and his team to actually shoot the scene. He's also got to make the costume designers and make-up artists understand how he wants the characters to look; but he's got to let them have some creative freedom too

Choose the correct answer, A, B, C or D.
2 Carla's father works with ____ .
A numbers
B food C universities
D films

3 In her future job, Carla wants to ____ .
A sell products in a shop
B work in an office
C treat people with injuries
D work with spreadsheets

4 Carla's father feels that if his daughter chooses a different career she can ____ .

A get paid more
B have a better work environment
C have more free time
D have a more interesting job

5 Debbie believes that Carla's father's views are ____ .

A illogical and wrong
B understandable but not definitely right
C logical and correct
D old-fashioned and wrong


Answer 3. Write the corresponding letter. use capital letter
7.
2 points
READING SECTION 2. First read the text, then answer the questions

Careers advice from Debbie Bento and Wasaf Ali

Hi Debbie,

I've got a problem. I want to be a physiotherapist when I leave school but my dad, who's an accountant, says it'd be a waste of time. He says I can get a better salary in a different job. I do well at school and I could study anything I want, but my dream is to work with sports stars! I don't think Dad's going to let me do what I want. He's going to make me go to university to learn how to make spreadsheets or something like that!!! :(

Carla (17)

Dear Carla,

Parents and children often have arguments about this issue because parents want the best for their children. I am sure that your father is not going to make you study something that you do not want to study. However, I think it is worth trying to understand his views. Perhaps he thinks you would enjoy studying a more academic subject, like science or maths for example. However, I have met people with demanding jobs, such as doctors and lawyers, who wish they had chosen a less stressful job or something they loved. I think you should have a discussion with him and allow him to explain his opinion to you before calmly describing to him how you feel.

Hi Wasaf! Can you give me some information about what it's like to be a film director? :)

Dominic (14)

Hi Dominic,

Film directors have to be good at working with others because they've got to work with a big team of people. Think of all the names you see on the film credits and you'll understand what I'm talking about. When you're a director, you've got to take the script – which is the story and dialogue that's already been written for the movie – and bring it to life on the screen. The director's the one that decides what the film looks like, but he's got to allow the cinematographer and his team to actually shoot the scene. He's also got to make the costume designers and make-up artists understand how he wants the characters to look; but he's got to let them have some creative freedom too

Choose the correct answer, A, B, C or D.
2 Carla's father works with ____ .
A numbers
B food C universities
D films

3 In her future job, Carla wants to ____ .
A sell products in a shop
B work in an office
C treat people with injuries
D work with spreadsheets

4 Carla's father feels that if his daughter chooses a different career she can ____ .

A get paid more
B have a better work environment
C have more free time
D have a more interesting job

5 Debbie believes that Carla's father's views are ____ .

A illogical and wrong
B understandable but not definitely right
C logical and correct
D old-fashioned and wrong


Answer 4. Write the corresponding letter. use capital letter
8.
2 points
READING SECTION 2. First read the text, then answer the questions

Careers advice from Debbie Bento and Wasaf Ali

Hi Debbie,

I've got a problem. I want to be a physiotherapist when I leave school but my dad, who's an accountant, says it'd be a waste of time. He says I can get a better salary in a different job. I do well at school and I could study anything I want, but my dream is to work with sports stars! I don't think Dad's going to let me do what I want. He's going to make me go to university to learn how to make spreadsheets or something like that!!! :(

Carla (17)

Dear Carla,

Parents and children often have arguments about this issue because parents want the best for their children. I am sure that your father is not going to make you study something that you do not want to study. However, I think it is worth trying to understand his views. Perhaps he thinks you would enjoy studying a more academic subject, like science or maths for example. However, I have met people with demanding jobs, such as doctors and lawyers, who wish they had chosen a less stressful job or something they loved. I think you should have a discussion with him and allow him to explain his opinion to you before calmly describing to him how you feel.

Hi Wasaf! Can you give me some information about what it's like to be a film director? :)

Dominic (14)

Hi Dominic,

Film directors have to be good at working with others because they've got to work with a big team of people. Think of all the names you see on the film credits and you'll understand what I'm talking about. When you're a director, you've got to take the script – which is the story and dialogue that's already been written for the movie – and bring it to life on the screen. The director's the one that decides what the film looks like, but he's got to allow the cinematographer and his team to actually shoot the scene. He's also got to make the costume designers and make-up artists understand how he wants the characters to look; but he's got to let them have some creative freedom too

Choose the correct answer, A, B, C or D.
2 Carla's father works with ____ .
A numbers
B food C universities
D films

3 In her future job, Carla wants to ____ .
A sell products in a shop
B work in an office
C treat people with injuries
D work with spreadsheets

4 Carla's father feels that if his daughter chooses a different career she can ____ .

A get paid more
B have a better work environment
C have more free time
D have a more interesting job

5 Debbie believes that Carla's father's views are ____ .

A illogical and wrong
B understandable but not definitely right
C logical and correct
D old-fashioned and wrong


Answer 5. Write the corresponding letter. use capital letter
9.
2 points
READING SECTION 2. First read the text, then answer the questions

Careers advice from Debbie Bento and Wasaf Ali

Hi Debbie,

I've got a problem. I want to be a physiotherapist when I leave school but my dad, who's an accountant, says it'd be a waste of time. He says I can get a better salary in a different job. I do well at school and I could study anything I want, but my dream is to work with sports stars! I don't think Dad's going to let me do what I want. He's going to make me go to university to learn how to make spreadsheets or something like that!!! :(

Carla (17)

Dear Carla,

Parents and children often have arguments about this issue because parents want the best for their children. I am sure that your father is not going to make you study something that you do not want to study. However, I think it is worth trying to understand his views. Perhaps he thinks you would enjoy studying a more academic subject, like science or maths for example. However, I have met people with demanding jobs, such as doctors and lawyers, who wish they had chosen a less stressful job or something they loved. I think you should have a discussion with him and allow him to explain his opinion to you before calmly describing to him how you feel.

Hi Wasaf! Can you give me some information about what it's like to be a film director? :)

Dominic (14)

Hi Dominic,

Film directors have to be good at working with others because they've got to work with a big team of people. Think of all the names you see on the film credits and you'll understand what I'm talking about. When you're a director, you've got to take the script – which is the story and dialogue that's already been written for the movie – and bring it to life on the screen. The director's the one that decides what the film looks like, but he's got to allow the cinematographer and his team to actually shoot the scene. He's also got to make the costume designers and make-up artists understand how he wants the characters to look; but he's got to let them have some creative freedom too

Decide whether each sentence is Correct (C) or Incorrect (I) according to the text. Choose C or I.

6 Film directors have to get on with many people. C / I
7 It's the director that writes the movie script. C / I
8 The cinematographer is responsible for decisions about how film scenes should look. C / I
9 The costume designer takes advice from the director about the actors' appearance. C / I
10 Directors have to allow other people to make some of the decisions for themselves. C / I

Answer 6. Write the corresponding letter. use capital letter
10.
2 points
READING SECTION 2. First read the text, then answer the questions

Careers advice from Debbie Bento and Wasaf Ali

Hi Debbie,

I've got a problem. I want to be a physiotherapist when I leave school but my dad, who's an accountant, says it'd be a waste of time. He says I can get a better salary in a different job. I do well at school and I could study anything I want, but my dream is to work with sports stars! I don't think Dad's going to let me do what I want. He's going to make me go to university to learn how to make spreadsheets or something like that!!! :(

Carla (17)

Dear Carla,

Parents and children often have arguments about this issue because parents want the best for their children. I am sure that your father is not going to make you study something that you do not want to study. However, I think it is worth trying to understand his views. Perhaps he thinks you would enjoy studying a more academic subject, like science or maths for example. However, I have met people with demanding jobs, such as doctors and lawyers, who wish they had chosen a less stressful job or something they loved. I think you should have a discussion with him and allow him to explain his opinion to you before calmly describing to him how you feel.

Hi Wasaf! Can you give me some information about what it's like to be a film director? :)

Dominic (14)

Hi Dominic,

Film directors have to be good at working with others because they've got to work with a big team of people. Think of all the names you see on the film credits and you'll understand what I'm talking about. When you're a director, you've got to take the script – which is the story and dialogue that's already been written for the movie – and bring it to life on the screen. The director's the one that decides what the film looks like, but he's got to allow the cinematographer and his team to actually shoot the scene. He's also got to make the costume designers and make-up artists understand how he wants the characters to look; but he's got to let them have some creative freedom too

Decide whether each sentence is Correct (C) or Incorrect (I) according to the text. Choose C or I.

6 Film directors have to get on with many people. C / I
7 It's the director that writes the movie script. C / I
8 The cinematographer is responsible for decisions about how film scenes should look. C / I
9 The costume designer takes advice from the director about the actors' appearance. C / I
10 Directors have to allow other people to make some of the decisions for themselves. C / I

Answer 7. Write the corresponding letter. use capital letter
11.
2 points
READING SECTION 2. First read the text, then answer the questions

Careers advice from Debbie Bento and Wasaf Ali

Hi Debbie,

I've got a problem. I want to be a physiotherapist when I leave school but my dad, who's an accountant, says it'd be a waste of time. He says I can get a better salary in a different job. I do well at school and I could study anything I want, but my dream is to work with sports stars! I don't think Dad's going to let me do what I want. He's going to make me go to university to learn how to make spreadsheets or something like that!!! :(

Carla (17)

Dear Carla,

Parents and children often have arguments about this issue because parents want the best for their children. I am sure that your father is not going to make you study something that you do not want to study. However, I think it is worth trying to understand his views. Perhaps he thinks you would enjoy studying a more academic subject, like science or maths for example. However, I have met people with demanding jobs, such as doctors and lawyers, who wish they had chosen a less stressful job or something they loved. I think you should have a discussion with him and allow him to explain his opinion to you before calmly describing to him how you feel.

Hi Wasaf! Can you give me some information about what it's like to be a film director? :)

Dominic (14)

Hi Dominic,

Film directors have to be good at working with others because they've got to work with a big team of people. Think of all the names you see on the film credits and you'll understand what I'm talking about. When you're a director, you've got to take the script – which is the story and dialogue that's already been written for the movie – and bring it to life on the screen. The director's the one that decides what the film looks like, but he's got to allow the cinematographer and his team to actually shoot the scene. He's also got to make the costume designers and make-up artists understand how he wants the characters to look; but he's got to let them have some creative freedom too

Decide whether each sentence is Correct (C) or Incorrect (I) according to the text. Choose C or I.

6 Film directors have to get on with many people. C / I
7 It's the director that writes the movie script. C / I
8 The cinematographer is responsible for decisions about how film scenes should look. C / I
9 The costume designer takes advice from the director about the actors' appearance. C / I
10 Directors have to allow other people to make some of the decisions for themselves. C / I

Answer 8. Write the corresponding letter. use capital letter
12.
2 points
READING SECTION 2. First read the text, then answer the questions

Careers advice from Debbie Bento and Wasaf Ali

Hi Debbie,

I've got a problem. I want to be a physiotherapist when I leave school but my dad, who's an accountant, says it'd be a waste of time. He says I can get a better salary in a different job. I do well at school and I could study anything I want, but my dream is to work with sports stars! I don't think Dad's going to let me do what I want. He's going to make me go to university to learn how to make spreadsheets or something like that!!! :(

Carla (17)

Dear Carla,

Parents and children often have arguments about this issue because parents want the best for their children. I am sure that your father is not going to make you study something that you do not want to study. However, I think it is worth trying to understand his views. Perhaps he thinks you would enjoy studying a more academic subject, like science or maths for example. However, I have met people with demanding jobs, such as doctors and lawyers, who wish they had chosen a less stressful job or something they loved. I think you should have a discussion with him and allow him to explain his opinion to you before calmly describing to him how you feel.

Hi Wasaf! Can you give me some information about what it's like to be a film director? :)

Dominic (14)

Hi Dominic,

Film directors have to be good at working with others because they've got to work with a big team of people. Think of all the names you see on the film credits and you'll understand what I'm talking about. When you're a director, you've got to take the script – which is the story and dialogue that's already been written for the movie – and bring it to life on the screen. The director's the one that decides what the film looks like, but he's got to allow the cinematographer and his team to actually shoot the scene. He's also got to make the costume designers and make-up artists understand how he wants the characters to look; but he's got to let them have some creative freedom too

Decide whether each sentence is Correct (C) or Incorrect (I) according to the text. Choose C or I.

6 Film directors have to get on with many people. C / I
7 It's the director that writes the movie script. C / I
8 The cinematographer is responsible for decisions about how film scenes should look. C / I
9 The costume designer takes advice from the director about the actors' appearance. C / I
10 Directors have to allow other people to make some of the decisions for themselves. C / I

Answer 9. Write the corresponding letter. use capital letter
13.
2 points
READING SECTION 2. First read the text, then answer the questions

Careers advice from Debbie Bento and Wasaf Ali

Hi Debbie,

I've got a problem. I want to be a physiotherapist when I leave school but my dad, who's an accountant, says it'd be a waste of time. He says I can get a better salary in a different job. I do well at school and I could study anything I want, but my dream is to work with sports stars! I don't think Dad's going to let me do what I want. He's going to make me go to university to learn how to make spreadsheets or something like that!!! :(

Carla (17)

Dear Carla,

Parents and children often have arguments about this issue because parents want the best for their children. I am sure that your father is not going to make you study something that you do not want to study. However, I think it is worth trying to understand his views. Perhaps he thinks you would enjoy studying a more academic subject, like science or maths for example. However, I have met people with demanding jobs, such as doctors and lawyers, who wish they had chosen a less stressful job or something they loved. I think you should have a discussion with him and allow him to explain his opinion to you before calmly describing to him how you feel.

Hi Wasaf! Can you give me some information about what it's like to be a film director? :)

Dominic (14)

Hi Dominic,

Film directors have to be good at working with others because they've got to work with a big team of people. Think of all the names you see on the film credits and you'll understand what I'm talking about. When you're a director, you've got to take the script – which is the story and dialogue that's already been written for the movie – and bring it to life on the screen. The director's the one that decides what the film looks like, but he's got to allow the cinematographer and his team to actually shoot the scene. He's also got to make the costume designers and make-up artists understand how he wants the characters to look; but he's got to let them have some creative freedom too

Decide whether each sentence is Correct (C) or Incorrect (I) according to the text. Choose C or I.

6 Film directors have to get on with many people. C / I
7 It's the director that writes the movie script. C / I
8 The cinematographer is responsible for decisions about how film scenes should look. C / I
9 The costume designer takes advice from the director about the actors' appearance. C / I
10 Directors have to allow other people to make some of the decisions for themselves. C / I

Answer 10. Write the corresponding letter. use capital letter
14.
2 points
Vocabulary 1: Complete the text with the words and phrases from the lesson.


I don't know what I want to do when I grow up. My dad wants me to become a(n) (1) ____________ like him, but I'm terrible at maths. My mum's a(n) (2) ____________ , but she's not at home much; she's hardly ever even in the country! I miss her sometimes. I quite like computers so I've thought about becoming a(n) (3) ____________ , but I think I'd get bored of computers if I had to sit in front of one all day. I'd like to do something creative, like being a(n) (4) ____________ , but Dad says I'll never be happy planting flowers for other people. I also love animals so I suppose I could be a(n)
(5) ______________ , but I hate to see them in pain so I'm not sure it's the best job for me

Answer for 1: Do not use capital letter
15.
2 points
Vocabulary 1: Complete the text with the words and phrases from the lesson.


I don't know what I want to do when I grow up. My dad wants me to become a(n) (1) ____________ like him, but I'm terrible at maths. My mum's a(n) (2) ____________ , but she's not at home much; she's hardly ever even in the country! I miss her sometimes. I quite like computers so I've thought about becoming a(n) (3) ____________ , but I think I'd get bored of computers if I had to sit in front of one all day. I'd like to do something creative, like being a(n) (4) ____________ , but Dad says I'll never be happy planting flowers for other people. I also love animals so I suppose I could be a(n)
(5) ______________ , but I hate to see them in pain so I'm not sure it's the best job for me

Answer for 2: Do not use capital letter
16.
2 points
Vocabulary 1: Complete the text with the words and phrases from the lesson.


I don't know what I want to do when I grow up. My dad wants me to become a(n) (1) ____________ like him, but I'm terrible at maths. My mum's a(n) (2) ____________ , but she's not at home much; she's hardly ever even in the country! I miss her sometimes. I quite like computers so I've thought about becoming a(n) (3) ____________ , but I think I'd get bored of computers if I had to sit in front of one all day. I'd like to do something creative, like being a(n) (4) ____________ , but Dad says I'll never be happy planting flowers for other people. I also love animals so I suppose I could be a(n)
(5) ______________ , but I hate to see them in pain so I'm not sure it's the best job for me

Answer for 3: Do not use capital letter
17.
2 points
Vocabulary 1: Complete the text with the words and phrases from the lesson.


I don't know what I want to do when I grow up. My dad wants me to become a(n) (1) ____________ like him, but I'm terrible at maths. My mum's a(n) (2) ____________ , but she's not at home much; she's hardly ever even in the country! I miss her sometimes. I quite like computers so I've thought about becoming a(n) (3) ____________ , but I think I'd get bored of computers if I had to sit in front of one all day. I'd like to do something creative, like being a(n) (4) ____________ , but Dad says I'll never be happy planting flowers for other people. I also love animals so I suppose I could be a(n)
(5) ______________ , but I hate to see them in pain so I'm not sure it's the best job for me

Answer for 4: Do not use capital letter
18.
2 points
Vocabulary 1: Complete the text with the words and phrases from the lesson.


I don't know what I want to do when I grow up. My dad wants me to become a(n) (1) ____________ like him, but I'm terrible at maths. My mum's a(n) (2) ____________ , but she's not at home much; she's hardly ever even in the country! I miss her sometimes. I quite like computers so I've thought about becoming a(n) (3) ____________ , but I think I'd get bored of computers if I had to sit in front of one all day. I'd like to do something creative, like being a(n) (4) ____________ , but Dad says I'll never be happy planting flowers for other people. I also love animals so I suppose I could be a(n)
(5) ______________ , but I hate to see them in pain so I'm not sure it's the best job for me

Answer for 5: Do not use capital letter
19.
2 points
Vocabulary 2: Complete the text with the words and phrases from the lesson.


What I'm really interested in is the film industry, but Mum won't let me go to film school because there aren't enough jobs for all the people who want to make movies. I think the (6) ____________ , who decides how actors should play their roles and how the set should look, has the best job. The
(7) _____________ , who creates the outfits the actors wear, also has an interesting task to do. I'd be happy to do anything to be a part of a film, though. I could start out as a(n)
(8) ____________ with a very small role in a film. I'd even be a(n) (9) ____________ , who makes food for the actors and crew, if I got the chance to see how a film is made! The only job that I wouldn't do on a film would be a(n) (10) ____________ – it's too dangerous, and I'm scared of heights

Answer for 6: Do not use capital letters
20.
2 points
Vocabulary 2: Complete the text with the words and phrases from the lesson.


What I'm really interested in is the film industry, but Mum won't let me go to film school because there aren't enough jobs for all the people who want to make movies. I think the (6) ____________ , who decides how actors should play their roles and how the set should look, has the best job. The
(7) _____________ , who creates the outfits the actors wear, also has an interesting task to do. I'd be happy to do anything to be a part of a film, though. I could start out as a(n)
(8) ____________ with a very small role in a film. I'd even be a(n) (9) ____________ , who makes food for the actors and crew, if I got the chance to see how a film is made! The only job that I wouldn't do on a film would be a(n) (10) ____________ – it's too dangerous, and I'm scared of heights

Answer for 7: Do not use capital letters
21.
2 points
Vocabulary 2: Complete the text with the words and phrases from the lesson.


What I'm really interested in is the film industry, but Mum won't let me go to film school because there aren't enough jobs for all the people who want to make movies. I think the (6) ____________ , who decides how actors should play their roles and how the set should look, has the best job. The
(7) _____________ , who creates the outfits the actors wear, also has an interesting task to do. I'd be happy to do anything to be a part of a film, though. I could start out as a(n)
(8) ____________ with a very small role in a film. I'd even be a(n) (9) ____________ , who makes food for the actors and crew, if I got the chance to see how a film is made! The only job that I wouldn't do on a film would be a(n) (10) ____________ – it's too dangerous, and I'm scared of heights

Answer for 8: Do not use capital letters
22.
2 points
Vocabulary 2: Complete the text with the words and phrases from the lesson.


What I'm really interested in is the film industry, but Mum won't let me go to film school because there aren't enough jobs for all the people who want to make movies. I think the (6) ____________ , who decides how actors should play their roles and how the set should look, has the best job. The
(7) _____________ , who creates the outfits the actors wear, also has an interesting task to do. I'd be happy to do anything to be a part of a film, though. I could start out as a(n)
(8) ____________ with a very small role in a film. I'd even be a(n) (9) ____________ , who makes food for the actors and crew, if I got the chance to see how a film is made! The only job that I wouldn't do on a film would be a(n) (10) ____________ – it's too dangerous, and I'm scared of heights

Answer for 9: Do not use capital letters
23.
2 points
Vocabulary 2: Complete the text with the words and phrases from the lesson.


What I'm really interested in is the film industry, but Mum won't let me go to film school because there aren't enough jobs for all the people who want to make movies. I think the (6) ____________ , who decides how actors should play their roles and how the set should look, has the best job. The
(7) _____________ , who creates the outfits the actors wear, also has an interesting task to do. I'd be happy to do anything to be a part of a film, though. I could start out as a(n)
(8) ____________ with a very small role in a film. I'd even be a(n) (9) ____________ , who makes food for the actors and crew, if I got the chance to see how a film is made! The only job that I wouldn't do on a film would be a(n) (10) ____________ – it's too dangerous, and I'm scared of heights

Answer for 10: Do not use capital letters
24.
50 points
WRITING QUESTION
You’re going to write a letter applying for one of the following jobs: (a) part-time shop assistant, (b) pet walker or (c) babysitter of two young children. Write 10 or more sentences.

Say:
 why you’re writing and where you saw the job advertised (eg newspaper).
 why you want the job.
 why you’re the right person for the job.
 when you can start working