Cambridge First Certificate in English for Updated Exams - by Cambridge ESOL

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Cambridge First certificates in English for up to date assessments - Student's booklet with solutions - vol. 4
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The Cambridge First certificates in English exam corresponds to Council of Europe point B2.

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The volunteers ate their meals, took showers and underwent medical tests without ever sitting up. That's even (8) ..... than it sounds, especially when you (9) ..... that no visitors were permitted. However, each volunteer did have a mobile phone, as well as (10) ..... to the latest films, computer games and music. Surprisingly, everyone was in a good (11) ..... at the end of the 90 days. 'I would do it again,' said one of the volunteers. 'It was disorientating, but we knew we were (12) ..... ' 60 Paper 3 Use of English 1 A stand B maintain C hold D support 2 A enabled B allowed C granted D approved 3 A business B work C occupation D task 4 A came by B started out C took off D set up 5 A produced B carried C conducted D applied 6 A investigate B search C inquire D question 7 A times B periods C stages D terms 8 A stronger B firmer C greater D tougher 9 A reckon B realise C regard D remark 10 A access B convenience C availability D freedom 11 A attitude B spirit C feeling D mood 12 A donating B participating C contri buti ng 0 delivering 61 Test 3 Part 2 For questions 13-24, read the text below and think of the word which best fits each gap.

She left that sort of thing to her husband, who was clever with words and sometimes alarmed her with the force of his opinions. You had to be so careful what you said to people in a shop. She would have hated to cause offence, so she limited herself to pleasant chat that said little and harmed nobody. And when Smith was in the shop, she didn't notice his silence so much if she talked, but her thoughts ran alongside her speech, deeper and less comfortable. 30 Paper 1 Reading 1 How did Mrs Bland react when Mr Smith first asked her to keep his letters?

You had to be so careful what you said to people in a shop. She would have hated to cause offence, so she limited herself to pleasant chat that said little and harmed nobody. And when Smith was in the shop, she didn't notice his silence so much if she talked, but her thoughts ran alongside her speech, deeper and less comfortable. 30 Paper 1 Reading 1 How did Mrs Bland react when Mr Smith first asked her to keep his letters? A B C D 2 fact that the sender's name was not shown way the envelopes looked fact that they came so regularly secretive way in which Mr Smith handled them how he was moving his facial expression how he was dressed his physical size What does 'it' (line 33) refer to?

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