You will hear an interview with Jonas Mekas. For questions 1—6choose the right answer A, B or C and circle it. An example 0 is given. You will hear the recordingtwice. He started making films himselfA when he was B in a displaced persons camp.
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You will hear an interview with Jonas Mekas. For questions 1—6choose the right answer A, B or C and circle it. An example 0 is given. You will hear the recordingtwice. He started making films himselfA when he was B in a displaced persons camp. C in New York. At that time on 42 nd street there were aboutABC16 cinemas. Mekas started showing his films atABCa publishing house. While making a film, he usesABCa careless method. Mekas thinks that at presentABCAmerican films live in good times.
Hollywood is very avant-garde. You will hear a radio programme about pigeons in towns. Forquestions 1—9, complete the sentences. You will hear the recording twice. Films show pigeon feeding as a 0 romanticizedpractice. You will hear a story of a boat called Forget-Me-Not. For questions 1—6,decide whether the statements are true T or false F and circle your answer. Youwill hear the recording twice. Forget-Me-Not was built as a working boat.
After she was sold, she was renamed Sarah. The Barlows were a family of coal miners. Samuel Barlow had a boat building business. Day boats had a small room suitable to be used during the day. Sarah was one of the boat fleet in the company. You are going to read texts about people sharing their travelexperiences. For questions 1—10, choose from the texts A—D. The letters may be chosen more than once.
There is an example 0. AI always bring back native crafts ofwhichever country I'm in. I love buying hatsand dream catchers. I like to give gifts, somost of the stuff ends up being given away. Ialso never travel without a notepad, a cameraor a tape recorder so I can remember whatpeople say and what happens.
The greatestthing about travelling is learning aboutpeople and how they live, and making aneffort with languages.
When people speaktheir own language, you get a much bettersense of who they are. CI always bring back sketches. I try to makesketches wherever I go. Postcards can be agreat memory, but looking at sketchestakes me back instantly to the mood andplace.
My top travel tip is to appreciateyour own city. Don't be sad to come homeafter a fantastic holiday. The best feeling inthe world is to walk through your frontdoor and stretch out on the sofa. There's noplace like home. I always bring back mugs.
I collect mugs and get all worried if I am inthe departure lounge without a mug fromthat country or city. BWhile planning for a trip, it's more importantto me what not to take. I always leave mymobile at home.
I hate being contacted whileon holiday. When travelling I preferexploring. I always go to the typical touristplaces like museums, castles and galleries.
Ialso hate shopping while travelling, althoughI do love street markets. I remember themarkets of Bamako in Mali where there wereall sorts of voodoo stalls. But I'm a browserrather than a buyer. DI never travel without my iPod. I used totravel with loads of CDs, but to carrysomething as small as a cigarette packethas been a great improvement. If you areon tour for three months like me, it's goodto have music in your life in the same wayas you would at home. My top travel tip is:don't book accommodation before you getthere.
There are loads of places that youwill find that are cheaper, more authenticand nicer than anything you'd be able tobook online. Adapted from The Guardian4. You are going to read a text about an international broadcastingservice called The British Broadcasting Coorporation. For questions 1—5, choose the most suitableheading from the list A—G for each paragraph of the text. There is one heading which you do not need touse. This was followed the next dayby broadcasts from Birmingham and Manchester.
Within a year the BBC was alreadybroadcasting plays, and popular and classical music. There was some news in the early days,but only after 7pm to avoid upsetting the sales of newspapers.
It is important to emphasise that for the BBC, broadcast journalists are not justreporters, presenters and others who appear on screen or on the radio. Editors, producers andresearchers are just as much broadcast journalists as the broadcast journalists themselves. This is achieved by promoting education and learning and bringingthe UK to the world and the world to the UK.
The BBC broadcasts radio and televisionprogrammes on the web, television and mobile devices. The BBC's online service isEurope's most widely visited website. The BBC reaches more than countries and isavailable to more than million households.
Across the world, the BBC broadcasts radioprogrammes in 33 languages. Reliability, openness, fairness and creativity areheld in high esteem. The BBC celebrates respect and diversity among its employees soeveryone can give their best. Audiences are at the heart of everything we do. We take pridein delivering quality and value. Throughout the site you will find shortcourses, quizzes, grammar, vocabulary and audio and video recordings that will help you toimprove your English.
Learners can read, write, communicate with others and improve theircomprehension. They can also enrich their vocabulary through music, listening to pop songs,reading news stories or watching sports. Today it would mean every kind of English from all aroundthe world.
Adapted from the BBC websitePoints7. You are going to read a text about interactive school desks. Forquestions 1—15, complete the text with the words from the box below.
There is one word which you do notneed to use. They're school desks, but not as you know them. The new desk is both a screen and a keyboard. Read the dialogue with a famous chef. For questions 1—10, put theverb in brackets in the appropriate tense.
Who has influenced your cooking most? Which foreign country food do you enjoy eating most? What's the most embarassing thing you have ever done in a restaurant kitchen? I was trying my hand at one dish in the early days of my career. What are your future plans? And, believe me, I have manyplans. For questions 1—10, insert in the gaps the missing words which aregiven in the box. There is one word which you do not need touse. Your friend has asked you to help him to make a survey on magazines young peopleread in Lithuania.
Answer the questions in full sentences. You have to write 60—80 words. Please countthe number of words, including articles and prepositions, and write it down in the box below.
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Some will consider it a shortcoming of those in charge of education, and some others will support it as a reflection of independent atsamymai in deciding the future of Lithuanian education. Of key significance is an attempt at identifying their sources: The focus of this publication is on prospective primary school teachers teaching music, for whom music education is not a priority, and is not an additional specialization, but is part of their overall training, including training in teaching all primary school subjects. The contemporary education paradigm determines the transition from the investment aspects duration, place, teaching methodology towards the learning outcomes closely linked to active, experiential learning, which substantiates the necessity for new types of partnership for instance, the involvement of social partners, as well as the promotion of new types of cooperation between schools and families. Organizing the resources for educational interactions means, forms, methods; 3. Meztijin According to Springthe assessments used by PISA ignore specific national curricula and focus on what test designers consider as the basic skills needed to function in a global knowledge economy. Neoliberalism and Education Reform. The media education content and program which includes elements of media literacy the access to information, perception and analysis, evaluation, creation, dissemination and the recommended school subjects atsakykai which they are to be included has been developed there in Media literacy in the Estonian National Curriculum, starting fromwas a cross-curricular theme the same position which is planned for it in Latvia when starting competence-based education.
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Meztijin According to Springthe assessments used by PISA ignore specific national curricula and focus on what test designers consider as the basic skills needed to function in a global knowledge economy. Neoliberalism and Education Reform. The media education content and program which includes elements of media literacy the access to information, perception and analysis, evaluation, creation, dissemination and the recommended school subjects atsakykai which they are to be included has been developed there in Media literacy in the Estonian National Curriculum, starting fromwas a cross-curricular theme the same position which is planned for it in Latvia when starting competence-based education. The Consequences of Globalization Apparently, there is no roadmap for improving the achievements of Lithuanian students.
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