A2 1. Read the text and choose the right option. Then answer the next questions, about the article.
A2 2. In story 1 the man had...
A2 3. The police came to the man's house because...
A2 7. Julie felt sad and put up posters...
A2. 8 In story 3 Walter, Claudia and their son were...
A2 10. Walter had driven 100 kilometers before he noticed his wife was missing...
B1 11. Read the text and choose the right option, then answer the next questions 12-20 about the text.
B1 12. In part 1 May and June were sisters named after the months.
B1 19. The burglar broke into the house...
B1 20. After May read the letter...
B1+ 21. Choose the best title, then answer questions 22-30 about this text.
B1+ 26. In Morocco...
B1+ 27. Special jewelry is worn by the bride in...
B1+ 28. The number 3 has a symbolic significance in...
B1+ 29. Gifts and finance are part of the ceremony in...
B1+ 30. In which country does the ceremony last for longer?
B2 31. Choose the best title then do the following questions.
B2 31. How many basic categories are important when considering a city?
B2 32. Why do people love Paris and New York?
B2 33. One of the bad things about cities is...
B2 34. Barcelona is an example of...
B2 35. The best cities have...
B2 36. According to the text...
B2 37. We are living in a global civilization which...
C1 38. Decide which is the best title, then answer the following questions.
C1 39. Choose the sentence that best describes Lindo Jong's feelings about her daughter.
C1 40. Lindo thinks her daughter will not be mistaken for a native-born Chinese mainly because of the way she
C1 41. Lindo's daughter...
C1 42. What Lindo likes most about the American way of life is...
C1 43. Which of these is not an aspect of Chinese character, according to Lindo?
C1 44. Lindo gives the example of the chewing gum to show that...
C1 45. Read the text then answer the following questions.
C1 46. In which section does the writer mention a view that there is a misconception about how most runners approach ultramarathons?
C1 47. In which section does the writer mention a method for dealing with excessive numbers of race applicants?
C1 48. In which section does the writer mention a belief that an increased demand for ultramarathons to take part in is inevitable?
C1 49. In which section does the writer mention an issue that many ultramarathon runners ignore?
C1 50. In which section does the writer mention an individual's initial motive for running an ultramarathon?
C1 51. In which section does the writer mention a contrast between everyday life and the ultramarathon experience?
C1 52. In which section does the writer mention a state of mind that ultramarathon runners seek?
C1 53. In which section does the writer mention a general shift in perceptions about what constitutes a genuine challenge?
C1 54. In which section does the writer mention a theory explaining the rapid rise in the popularity of ultramarathons?