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Questions 1-4

Complete the notes below using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

NOTES ON SOCIAL PROGRAMME

Number of trips per month: 5

Visit places which have:

• historical interest
• good (1) ....................
(2) ....................

Cost: between £5.00 and £15.00 per person
Note: special trips organised for groups of (3).................... people

Time:

departure – 8.30 a.m.
return – 6.00 p.m.

To reserve a seat:
sign name on the (4) .................... 3 days in advance

Questions 5-10

Choose TWO letters A–E.

Which TWO things are included in the price of the tour?

WEEKEND TRIPS
Place Date Date Optional extra
St Ives (5) .................... 16 Hepworth Museum
London 16th February 45 (6) ....................
(7) .................... 3rd March 18 S.S. Great Britain
Salisbury 18th March 50 Stonehenge
Bath 23rd March 16 (8) ....................
For further information:

Read the (9)................... or see Social Assistant: Jane (10) ....................

  • MAN
    Good morning.
    WOMAN
    Good morning. How can I help you?
    MAN
    I understand that the school organises ... umm, trips to different ...
    WOMAN
    Yes, we run five every month: three during weekends and two Wednesday afternoon trips
    MAN
    What sort of places?
    WOMAN
    Well, obviously it varies, but always places of historical interest and also which offer a variety of shoppingQ1, because our students always ask about that ... and then we go for ones where we know there are guided toursQ2, because this gives a good focus for the visit.
    MAN
    Do you travel far?
    WOMAN
    Well, we're lucky here, obviously, because we're able to say that all our visits are less than three hours drive.
    MAN
    How much do they cost?
    WOMAN
    Again it varies - between five and fifteen pounds a head, depending on distance.
    MAN
    Ah ha ...
    WOMAN
    Oh, and we do offer to arrange special trips if, you know, there are more than twelve people.Q3
    MAN
    Oh right, I'll keep that in mind. And what are the times normally?
    WOMAN
    We try to keep it pretty fixed so that, that students get to know the pattern. We leave at eight-thirty a.m.. and return at six p.m.. We figure it's best to keep the day fairly short.
    MAN
    Oh yes. And how do we reserve a place?
    WOMAN
    You sign your name on the notice boardQ4. Do you know where it is?
    MAN
    Ah ha. I saw it this morning.
    WOMAN
    And we do ask that you sign up three days in advance so we know we've got enough people interested to run it, and we can cancel if necessary, with full refund of course.
    MAN
    That's fine, thanks.
    MAN
    And what visits are planned for this term?
    WOMAN
    Right, well I'm afraid the schedule hasn't been printed out yet, but we have confirmed the dates and planned the optional extra visits which you can also book in advance if you want to.
    MAN
    Oh that's all right. If you can just give some idea of the weekend ones so I can, you know, work out when to see friends, etcetera.
    WOMAN
    Oh sure. Well, the first one is St Ives. That's on the thirteenth of FebruaryQ5 and we'll have only sixteen places available 'cos we're going by minibus. And that's a day in town with the optional extra of visiting the Hepworth Museum.
    MAN
    Oh right ... yeah ... that sounds good.
    WOMAN
    Then there's a London trip on the sixteenth of February and we'll be taking a medium-sized coach so there'll be forty-five places on that, and, let's see, the optional extra is the Tower of LondonQ6.
    MAN
    Oh, I've already been there.
    WOMAN
    After that there's BristolQ7 on the third of March.
    MAN
    Where?
    WOMAN
    Bristol ... B-R-I-S-T-O-L.
    MAN
    OK ...
    WOMAN
    That's in a different minibus with eighteen places available, oh, and the optional extra is a visit to the S.S. Great Britain.
    MAN
    OK ...
    WOMAN
    We're going to Salisbury on the eighteenth of March and that's always a popular one because the optional extra is Stonehenge, so we're taking the large coach with fifty seats ...
    MAN
    Oh good.
    WOMAN
    And then the last one is to Bath on the twenty-third of March.
    MAN
    Oh yes. Is Bath the Roman city?
    WOMAN
    Yes, that's right, and that's in the sixteen-Beater minibus.
    MAN
    And where's the optional visit?
    WOMAN
    It's to the American MuseumQ8 - well worth a visit.
    MAN
    OK, well that's great, thanks for all that ...
    WOMAN
    My pleasure. By the way, if you want more information about any of the trips, have a look in the student newspaper.Q9
    MAN
    OK.
    WOMAN
    Or, have a word with my assistant; her name is Jane Yentob - that's Y-E-N-T-O-B.Q10
    MAN
    Right, I've got that. Thank you very much for all your help.
    WOMAN
    You're very welcome. I hope you enjoy the trips.
  • Questions 1-4

    Complete the notes below using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

    NOTES ON SOCIAL PROGRAMME

    Number of trips per month: 5

    Visit places which have:

    • historical interest
    • good (1) ..........variety of shopping..........
    (2) .........guided tours...........

    Cost: between £5.00 and £15.00 per person
    Note: special trips organised for groups of (3)..........more than 12.......... people

    Time:

    departure – 8.30 a.m.
    return – 6.00 p.m.

    To reserve a seat:
    sign name on the (4) ..........notice board.......... 3 days in advance

    Questions 5-10

    Choose TWO letters A–E.

    Which TWO things are included in the price of the tour?

    WEEKEND TRIPS
    Place Date Date Optional extra
    St Ives (5) .....13th February..... 16 Hepworth Museum
    London 16th February 45 (6) .....Tower of London......
    (7) .......Bristol...... 3rd March 18 S.S. Great Britain
    Salisbury 18th March 50 Stonehenge
    Bath 23rd March 16 (8) ...American Museum....
    For further information:

    Read the (9).......student newspaper...... or see Social Assistant: Jane (10) .......Yentob.......

Now turn to section 1:

You will hear a student asking the social organiser of his school, for information about organised trips.

Now we shall begin. You should answer the questions as you listen, because you will NOT hear the recording a second time.