30/4/2016 (9 am – 12:30 noon)Listening:
Passage 1:Residential survey interview on local facilities in one of the UK town.
Passage 2: Elephants and bee sting (quite difficult to catch up and pick up especial the female voice, it has got echoing sound)
Passage 3: Driving license renewal instruction
Passage 4: Explanation of course details on Diploma in Food Technology
Passage 1: Baobab tree, Madagascar
Passage 2: Evolution of Children Literature in UK
Paasage 3: Visual Electronic Photography (It was more like a literature review with a lot of references in the passage)
Part 1: Bar chart and tables on overweight problem (1994 – 2007) and physical activities (2004 – 2007), respectively in Australia.
———>>>>> I wrote it as an intervention report for the body part B but it never mention it at all, otherwise I have no idea how to connect the two information.
Part 2: Advantage and disadvantage question on travelling from home to university (I can’t remember the exact question but this was how I interpreted)
General question were:
1. What do you do?
2. Do you go to museum?
3. Do you like history as a subject in school?
4. Do you do things in rush?
5. What are the things that you do not want to do in rush?
Subsequent question were based on my answers. I remember answering A LOT of question before the cue card session.
CUE CARD: What would you like to do if you given a day of time off? When, What, How and Why
The rest of the question were based on my cue card answers such as:
1. why people do over time (OT)?
2. How is OT beneficial?
3. What are the disadvantages of OT?
N. DHAYAALINI (MALAYSIA, 30-04-2016)
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