Expert Student's Resource Book without key Jan Bell and Nick Kenny
Multiple choice 1 Read the instructions and the context sentences in the task and
answer the questions.
1 How many extracts are you going to hear?
2 What is each extract about?
2 Now read the context sentence and questions for Extract One. How much do you find out about the topic and the speakers?
3 iQl * 02 3 4 5 6 Do the task.
You will hear three different extracts. For questions 7-6, choose the answer (A, B or C) which fits best according to what you hear. There are two questions for each extract.
You hear two law graduates talking about their education and choice of career.
1 What surprised the man about his university?
A the attitude of some of the students
B the emphasis on vocational education C the broad range of subjects being taught
2 What aspect of studying law do both speakers appreciate?
A the wide variety of jobs it prepares you for
> Q1 Listen for the word baffling; the
answer comes soon afterwards.
> Q2 You need to listen to what both
speakers say about this.
> Q5 Listen to the end of the man's
first turn to hear the answer.
Look back at the questions. Which are asking about the speakers' current feelings and opinions, and which are asking about the past?
EXPERT WORD CHECK
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B the way it gives you dear targets to aim for
C the fact that you are committed to your career path
You hear part of an interview with a recent graduate.
3 Immediately after his degree course finished, he felt
A in need of a break before embarking on a career.
B relieved that he had some time to think about his future.
C sorry that he hadn't applied to a graduate recruitment scheme.
4 How did he approach finding his first job as a graduate?
A He targeted the sector he hoped to work in.
B He prioritised posts that would give him useful skills.
C He made random applications in order to gain experience.
You hear part of a discussion programme about career choices.
5 What did the man learn from his initial mistake?
A Job satisfaction should be a top priority.
B A well mapped-out career plan is essential.
C It's wrong to rush into important decisions.
6 How does the woman feel about her current career?
A She always knew that it was the right thing for her.
B She accepts that she was quite lucky to find it.
C She regrets not having aimed for it earlier.
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