I listening (50 points) Part You will hear a group of art history students going out an art gallery with their teacher. For questions 1-5, choose answer (A, B, c or D) which fits best according to what you hear



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PRACTICE 2








I. LISTENING (50 points)

Part 1. You will hear a group of art history students going out an art gallery with their teacher. For questions 1-5, choose answer (A, B, C or D) which fits best according to what you hear

1. Burne-Jones believed that a painting

A. ought to be true to nature

B. must have a moral point

C. should play an instructive role in a modern industrial society

D. need not have practical value

2. It appears that the story of the King and the Beggar Maid was

A. a well-know Victorian tale

B. popularized by a poet

C. brought to the artist’s attention by his wife

D. taken up by novelists at later stage

3. According to the students, how did the painter approach the work?

A. He wanted to portray the beggar realistically

B. He copied part of the painting from an Italian masterpiece

C. He had certain items in the painting made for him

D. He wanted to decorate the clothing with jewels

4. The student thinks that in someway the painting depicts

A. an uncharacteristically personal message

B. the grate sadness of the artist

C. the artist’s inability to return the girl’s love

D. the fulfillment of the artist’s hopes and dreams

5. What was people’s reaction to the painting?

A. They recognized Frances Graham as the model for the Beggar Maid

B. They realized how personal the painting was for the artist

C. They interpreted the painting without difficulty

D. They did not approve of the subject matter of the painting



Part 3: You will hear an interview on a train with two friends, Jane and Chris, chefs who both won prizes in the National Railway Chef of the Year competition. For the questions below, decide whether the following statements are True (T) or False (F). Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes
1. Christ’s attitude to the competition was that the conditions were similar to his normal routine.

2. Both Chris and Jane feel that the unique thing about their job was the need to be focused on the job.

3. Chris and Jane would like to have more freedom of choice about what they cook on board the train.

4. Chris said that losing his concentration when cooking caused his worst disaster.

5. Reacting to Chris's suggestion for the future, Jane would be able to take part in that kind of activity.

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