Returning to Britain, John put all of his savings into producing a magazine like the one he ….……..(91)….……… seen in the States. He started in the London region but was soon producing similar magazines for twelve more regions and, by 1990, for three other countries as well.
The correct answers are: 87 the, 88 while, 89 could, 90 every, 91 had
Reading Part 2, Section 4 Sentences with a gap (6 questions)
● Choose the word or phrase which best completes each sentence.
● For questions92–97, markoneletterA, B, C, or Don your Answer Sheet.
92The successful applicant will have a proven track ……………….. in project management.
93When replying, please ……………….. the above reference number.
The correct answers are: 92 B, 93 C
Reading Part 2, Section 5 Understanding a longer text (6 questions)
You read a longer text, such as part of a business report, a newspaper article, etc. Then you answer some detailed questions on it.
● Read the article below about careers advice and answer questions98–103on the opposite page.
● For questions98–103, markoneletterA, B, CorDon your Answer Sheet.
Keys to unlock path of career fulfillmentIt used to be called vocational guidance. Then it became careers advice and counselling. Since the late 1920s there have been various tests to help guide bewildered and guileless school leavers into job categories suited to their interests
and abilities. Hence extroverts have been advised, wisely, to go into sales and marketing, where they thrive on the variability, people-contact and the air of optimism. Introverts, on the other hand, find the quiet work of accounts, stores and engineering, where they can work alone in a less people-orientated, frenetic atmosphere, more to their taste.