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UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE ESOL EXAMINATIONS English for Speakers of Other Languages

Cambridge ESOL Entry 2 Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life

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Test 087

Candidates answer on the question paper. No additional materials are required.

TIME

1 hour

Do not open this paper until your teacher tells you to. Write your name, Centre number and candidate number at the top of this page. You have 1 hour to answer these questions. Write clearly in pen, not pencil. Write your answers on the question paper. You can use an English-English dictionary.

Each task tells you: how much to write how much time to spend how many marks you can get.

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100/3930/2 T/102/9487 Cambridge ESOL Entry Level Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life (Entry 2) Unit 02 Reading

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Look at the note from Marie to her friend, Piotr. TEXT A

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Hi Piotr Thank you for staying in my house while I am away. I'm sure you will look after it well for me. Feel free to use the washing machine and the dryer and everythink else in the house. Make yourself at home. I've just got a few things to ask: Can you feed my cat in the mornings and evenings? The cat food is under the sink. Please could you also water the plants every day?

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They empty the bins on Wednesdays. Look at the information labels on the green and blue wheelie bins to see what to put in them and which bin to put out. (This is the 2nd week of the month.) I think that's all. I'll see you on Saturday. Have fun. Marie

Question 1 Why did Marie write this note? Tick (!) one box. to give Piotr instructions to invite Piotr to her house to arrange to meet Piotr on Saturday

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Question 2 Look at line 9 of Text A. What does them mean? Tick (!) one box. Wednesdays the labels the green and blue bins

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Question 3 What does Marie ask Piotr to do every day? Tick (!) one box. put out the wheelie bin use the washing machine give her cat some food

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· Bins must be outside your house by 6.30 am. · The lid must be closed. ____________________________________________________ BLUE BIN · General household waste only · No garden waste, hot ashes, recyclables, oil, paint Collections We will empty blue bins on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. ____________________________________________________________________________ GREEN RECYCLING BIN · Plastic bottles (NO caps. Rinse and flatten before putting in bin) · Food and drink cans (Please rinse) · Magazines, card, cardboard, envelopes · All catalogues, directories (NOT Yellow Pages) Collections We will empty green bins on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month.

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Does Text B tell you which bin to put these things (A ­ E) in? Tick (!) YES or NO for each. YES A a clothes catalogue B a glass bottle C paint D a cardboard packet E a soup tin NO

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Look at Text C, about waste and recycling. TEXT C

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Bradford City Matters

Welcome to the winter edition of City Matters. "Don't Drop It, Stop It!" Section 1 ____________________________ You must put your rubbish in your wheelie bin to keep your environment clean. It is illegal to pile your rubbish up in your house or garden ­ use a wheelie bin, or one of our larger bins. You can buy a wheelie bin from our Waste Management Section on 01943 874 122. You can tell us about rats or rubbish in your area by phoning our Public Health Unit on 01943 874 146. Section 2 ____________________________ Did you know that you can get a £50 fine for dropping litter on the streets? Our Council officers are on the streets of Bradford looking for people who drop rubbish. They will fine people who drop litter. This is part of our "Don't Drop It, Stop It!" campaign. ____________________________ Just think how full your bin gets over the holidays. To reduce your waste: · Say "no" to unwanted bags Take your own bags to the supermarket or reuse old ones. Get your free cotton shopping bag from our Advice Centre. · Recycle your waste Take bottles and cans to your local recycling centre. · Buy recycled Cards and paper are good examples. ____________________________ As part of our "Don't Drop It, Stop It!" campaign Community groups from the north, south, east and west of the city ­ 500 volunteers ­ entered our competition to clean up their area. The aim was to make the city cleaner and more attractive for those who live, work, shop or play there. The four winners were: High Trees Parent Group, South Bradford Community Project, The Bridge Community Association and Forest Youth Group.

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Question 9 Where can you find Text C? Tick (!) one box. in a catalogue in a phone book in a magazine

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Look at Sections 1 ­ 4 of Text C. Choose a heading for each section from the list (A ­ E) below. Write the correct letter for each section on the line. There is one letter which you do not need to use. A High Trees Parent Group B Dropping rubbish can be expensive! C Put rubbish in your wheelie bin! D Our competition winners E Don't fill your bin ­ recycle Question 11 (4 marks) Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Section 4 ................... ................... ................... ...................

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Look at the sentences below. Are they true or false? Tick (!) TRUE or FALSE for each sentence. TRUE A You have to use a bin for your rubbish. B Council officers have to pay £50. C You have to pay for cloth bags from the Advice Centre. D There are 500 competition winners. FALSE

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You want to telephone the council. You look in the phone book for the numbers. The phone book is in alphabetical order (A ­ Z). Which is last in the phone book? Tick (!) one box. Waste Management Section Public Health Unit Advice Centre

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You want to telephone the competition winners. You look in the phone book for their numbers. The phone book is in alphabetical order (A ­ Z). Which is first in the phone book? Tick (!) one box. High Trees Parent Group South Bradford Community Project Forest Youth Group

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I have a problem with rubbish and rats in my area. What number should I phone? .......................................................................................................................................... Question 16 What is the name of Bradford's campaign to clean up the city? ..........................................................................................................................................

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Look at Text D. Three students write about rubbish in their area. TEXT D Yasemin In my town a lot of young people don't care about rubbish. They drop litter in the streets all the time. The streets are full of plastic bottles, take-away food containers, cans and other rubbish. I always try to put my rubbish in the bin, but sometimes I think there is no point. The streets will never change.

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There's a little old lady in my town. Every day I see her on the street picking up litter and putting it in the bin. I feel sorry for her because she looks lonely. One day I'll talk to her. I'd like to know why she always picks up litter.

Omar My town was so dirty 10 years ago. Even the young people felt bad because the town looked terrible. It was full of rubbish. The swings, slides and other play equipment in the park were brokken. Then a group of us decided to do something about it. We had a big party in the summer and made about two thousand pounds. Local businesses also gave us money, and local people did all the work. Now our town is so pretty. We have new play equipment in the park, less litter, and we have flowers all over the town. Everyone here is smiling again.

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I always feel so confused about rubbish in britain! Some rubbish goes in my green bin; other rubbish goes in my black bin and some things I can't put in my bins! I think that people here have too much rubbish, but that's not their fault. When they buy things at the supermarket, everything comes in a plastic bag, or a box, or sometimes both. We don't need all this packaging. And people buy a lot of things they don't need. They even buy water in shops and cafés! Buying water in plastic bottles is a waste of money. The tap water here is really clean.

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Question 21 Who collected money? Tick (!) one box. Yasemin Omar Ibrahim

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Look at Omar's text. Which word is a kind of play equipment? Tick (!) one box. swings park party

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Question 28 Look at Yasemin's text. Which word means boxes? Write ONE word.

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