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SELF-ASSESSMENT MODULE 1 (47-50)

1 a.
1C 4B 7B 10 A 13 A
2B 5D 8D 11 A 14 D
3C 6B 9C 12 B 15 C

b.
1 to go 2 wasting 3 going 4 being 5 mentioning

2
1 judgement 5 unemployed 9 commander 13 elimination
2 wrongly/wrongfully 6 additional 10 contented 14 adventurous
3 restrictions 7 invitations 11 incivility 15 gratifying
4 changeable 8 governor 12 scepticism

3
1 C lines 3-8
2 C lines 17-19 ("the one thing that he had learned to identify himself with" refers to Carl’s
job – see previous paragraph.)
3 C lines 23-24
4 C lines 32-33
5 A lines 45-52 (The writer admits that he was "not happy" in his profession, then states that
we can all change and finally tells us that Carl’s story helped him make his life worth living.)
6 B global meaning
7 C global meaning

4
1 with/harnessed to 5 (absolutely) terrified
2 five years 6 serene/in a trance
3 sixteen 7 (sheer) shock
4 a (big) joke 8 cure for
SELF-ASSESSMENT MODULE 2 (93-96)
1 a.
1C 6D 11 A
2A 7B 12 D
3D 8C 13 D
4B 9B 14 B
5A 10 B 15 C

b.
1 hadn’t been done
2 was leaving the bedroom
3 being given
4 went out/would take me, etc
5 were beaten

2
1 its 6 year 11 was 16 ✓
2 if 7 over 12 wide
3✓ 8 had 13 to
4 the 9 though 14 were
5✓ 10 ✓ 15 these

3
1 D In D: "He has called it Making the Best (MTB). In paragraph after gap 1: "...you realise
that this is a particularly appropriate title."
2 G In G: "I asked myself the question, what is life all about?" In paragraph after gap 2: "I
decided it was about doing the best we can..."
3 B Paragraph after gap 2 talks about Chris Moon’s army career. B begins: "After leaving the
army, he...". Also, paragraph after gap 3 begins "When we were first kidnapped,..." while the
last sentence of B has introduced the kidnap story.
4 F Note the phrase "this experience" in F which refers to the kidnap incident in paragraph
before gap 4.
5 A A begins "After completing the degree...". This refers to Chris Moon’s masters degree in
security management which is mentioned in paragraph before gap 5.
6 C C talks about empowering disabled people, which is relevant to the ending of the
paragraph before gap 6.

4
1C 4H 7F 10 E
2B 5E 8D
3A 6C 9A
SELF-ASSESSMENT MODULE 3 (139-142)
1 a.
1B 5A 9C 13 D
2C 6B 10 C 14 C
3A 7B 11 B 15 C
4B 8D 12 D

b.
1 arrive
2 it not been
3 wish you wouldn’t
4 will notice
5 it not for

2
1C 2D 3G 4A 5H 6E

3
1 B Sean Macaulay, "...they feel they can’t go back until they are superstars."
2 B Sean Macaulay, "for every one that makes it, there are thousands who..."
3 C Daniel Doty, "There are too many people doing the same thing..."
4 C Daniel Doty, "One prerequisite is to...", "British girls also have the added disadvantage of
having to get the right visa..."
5 F Kelly Polito, "If you don’t have a union card..."
6 A Rachael Evans, "But, eventually, I realised it’s totally fake."
7 A Rachael Evans, "...is currently working as a counsellor at a children’s talent agency..."
8 F Kelly Polito, "As well as waitressing, Kelly works as a film extra..."
9 A Rachael Evans, "I cry down the phone to Mum, who talks me out of packing my bags..."
10 D Cheridah Best, "Five years on, I’ve only had a few acting jobs..."
11 E Nicki Flux, "...I’ve had small roles in The X-Files and Ally McBeal..."
12 D Cheridah Best, "I moved to LA at 36, following the breakdown of my marriage."
13 E Nicki Flux, "During that time, my marriage broke up..."
14 D Cheridah Best, "I’d say it probably comes down to 95 percent looks and five percent
talent."
15 F Kelly Polito, "it isn’t necessarily the people who are talented who get the jobs - it’s all
about what you look like and who you know.
16 D Cheridah Best, "I’d love to go back to Britain, but my son is in school here."
17 E Nicki Flux, "I truly believe I can succeed - I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t."

4
1G 4D 7D 10 A
2E 5B 8G
3F 6C 9B
SELF-ASSESSMENT MODULE 4 (185-188)
1 a.
1C 6B 11 D
2B 7C 12 B
3A 8A 13 A
4D 9C 14 D
5B 10 A 15 C

b.
1 both of whom work/who both work
2 shouldn’t have taken/stolen/etc
3 did they know/realize
4 to whom
5 was the success of

2
1 just/merely/only/simply 5 on 9 however 13 of
2 fact 6 main/key 10 the/certain/some 14 well
3 overall/whole 7 in 11 When 15 that/which
4 if/whether 8 also 12 while/but

3
1 B Third paragraph
2 C Fourth paragraph: "However, it is only now..."
3 A Sixth paragraph: "A baby born with cataracts, removed at the age of two, ..."
4 B Seventh paragraph: "But, because complex functions such as abstract thought..."
5 C Eighth paragraph: "By playing with and talking to her child..."
6 D Last paragraph: "She claims neurological evidence is available that shows ...”

4
14 2 10,000 3 personal organizer 4 conversational skills
5 prolong life 6 underused 7 (to) store information
SELF-ASSESSMENT MODULE 5 (235-238)
1 a.
1C 5A 9A 13 C
2A 6B 10 D 14 A
3C 7C 11 B 15 D
4D 8C 12 B

b.
1C 2B 3B 4C 5A

2
1 before 5 there 9 certain/other/specific 13 being
2 once/when 6 then/however 10 that 14 unless
3 with 7 out 11 to 15 after
4 from 8 Some/Many/Most 12 yourself

3
1 D First paragraph, "However, most people now agree..."
2 C Last sentence of second paragraph.
3 A Third paragraph, "Gang markings of territory also fit the definition of graffiti..."
4 A Third paragraph, "Murals for community enhancement..."
5 D Fourth paragraph
6 B Fifth paragraph, "The only difference... due to its location and presentation."
7 A Last sentence of text.

4
1 unclear 4 traditional 7 light and colour
2 student 5 inspiration 8 depicting
3 oil painting 6 conventional 9 impression