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A survey of 1,225 people between the ages of 21 and 35 in Germany, France, Italy and Britain found that most young adults still identify themselves with their native countries. But close to one-third prefer to call themselves European; in Italy, the number is over 40%. And there are many others who have tried on so many identities that they simply can’t choose just one among them. Paula Romero, 29, was born in Spain, has an English husband and lives in Brussels, where she is studying at a local university. “A true European is someone who doesn’t feel his or her culture is the only thing in town,” she says. “Just one culture is not enough these days.” Catherine Rubbens, 34, from the Netherlands, lives in London, speaks five European languages and says she feels more European than Dutch. Rubbens belongs to a distinct class of young Europeans: mobile, multilingual professionals who live, work and play outside their native countries and who constantly cross borders, for business or for pleasure. Swiss-born Alexandre Stucki, 28, travels twice a week to various cities in Europe and visits his girlfriend in Paris at the weekend. “I feel very much European,” he says. “I don’t understand the future of borders and the definition of a nation.” (A) COMPREHENSION (4 points)
a) ANSWER QUESTIONS 1-2 ACCORDING TO THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN THE TEXT. USE
1. Do all young Italians (21-35 years old) feel very Italian? Why? 2. Why can’t many young Europeans say where they come from? b) ARE THESE STATEMENTS TRUE OR FALSE? JUSTIFY YOUR ANSWERS WITH WORDS OR
3. Only one-third of the people in the survey identify themselves with their native countries. 4. Many people do not feel European because they have tried on many different identities. 5. Paula Romero is Belgian. 6. The Swiss-born man travels to see his girlfriend once a month. (B) USE OF ENGLISH (3 points)
7. Find in the text the word that has the following definition:
“a detailed investigation of something” (noun) 8. Give one synonym for BORDER (noun) (line 10).
9. Join the following sentences using a relative pronoun. Make changes if necessary: (0.5 points)
Some Europeans have to cross borders. Their jobs are outside their native countries. 10. Complete the following conditional sentence:
If Catherine didn’t speak five languages,… 11. Turn the following sentence into reported speech:
In Italy some people said: “We feel very much European.” 12. Give a question for the underlined
13. Use the words in the boxes to make a meaningful sentence:
EUROPEAN ONE STRONGER THE MAKES UNION COIN (C) PRODUCTION (3 points)
14. WRITE A COMPOSITION (80-100 WORDS). CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS.
SPECIFY YOUR OPTION.
a) Euros: the new European currency. b) Do you feel very Spanish? Why? UNIVERSIDADES DE ANDALUCÍA
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Two of the eight Euro coins which came into circulation in January release so much nickel that people allergic to the metal could develop hand eczema, according to a Swedish study. Just five minutes of contact with one-euro and two-euro coins containing nickel could produce symptoms like skin inflammation or irritation. Fifteen percent of all women and five percent of men in the industrialised world may develop an allergy to nickel. In the study, two-euro coins were bathed for a week in a solution resembling human sweat to imitate the effects of people handling coins. The amount of nickel released from the coins was up to 30 times above a level considered by scientists as safe. Although ordinary consumers handle coins for short periods of time, many shop assistants and cashiers in shops, banks, and post offices handle coins during large parts of their workday. Coins are free from the European Union’s nickel regulation, which limits the amount of nickel in products, such as jewellery or watches, that come into direct contact with the skin. However, the one- and two-euro coins have a potential nickel release many times greater than the European Union regulation’s upper limit. (A) COMPREHENSION (4 points)
c) ANSWER QUESTIONS 1-2 ACCORDING TO THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN THE TEXT. USE
1. Why are some of the new Euro coins dangerous? 2. Who detected the danger, and how? d) ARE THESE STATEMENTS TRUE OR FALSE? JUSTIFY YOUR ANSWERS WITH WORDS OR
3. Nickel can produce skin inflammation or irritation. 4. Allergy to nickel affects more men than women. 5. People working in banks and shops will suffer this allergy more. 6. The European Union does not regulate the amount of nickel in any product. (B) USE OF ENGLISH (3 points)
7. Give a noun with the same root as DEVELOP (verb) (line 2).
8. Complete the series with another word of the same semantic group:
9. Fill in the gaps with a correct adjective:
“How………….is the Empire State Building?” 10. Complete the following conditional sentence:
11. Rewrite the sentence without changing its meaning. Begin as indicated:
My computer is too slow for me. My computer isn’t…………. 12. Give a question for the underlined words in each sentence:
a) The new Euro coins came into circulation in January. (C) PRODUCTION (3 points)
13) WRITE A COMPOSITION (80-100 WORDS). CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS. SPECIFY YOUR OPTION.
Do you like the new Euro coins and notes? Why UNIVERSIDADES DE ANDALUCÍA
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HEALTHY LIFE
Rest and relaxation are just as important to our body as exercise and healthy eating. If you don’t get enough of them you can make yourself ill. Your body is a bit like a battery. If it is not allowed to recharge itself through sleep and relaxation it may stop working properly. Lack of sleep affects our ability to concentrate. When you dream, your brain may be clearing itself out and preparing itself for the next day's thinking. During your teens, you need at least eight hours' sleep a night. If you stay out late, try to go to bed early the next night. The effects of lack of sleep can build up over several days. When you are awake you make many demands on your mind and body. Your body needs a period of rest to repair itself and prevent it from getting worn out. During sleep, substances called hormones stimulate body tissues to grow and repair themselves. If you have troubles getting to sleep, try reading a book to calm your mind or take some exercise and avoid tea, coffee or food before bedtime. A hot, milky drink may help you relax. COMPREHENSION
ANSWER QUESTIONS 1-2 ACCORDING TO THE INFORMATION GIVEN 1N THE TEXT USE YOUR OWN WORDS 1) What should you do to keep healthy? (l point)
2) How does sleep affect your body? (1 point) (1 point)
ARE THESE STATEMENTS TRUE 0R FALSE? JUSTIFY YOUR ANSWERS WITH WORDS 0R PHRASES FROM THE TEXT (3) To be healthy, you just need physical exercise and good food. (0, 5 points)
(4) To sleep eight hours every night is enough for a teenager (0, 5 points)
(5) While sleeping, the human organism has no activity. (0, 5 points)
(6) lf you drink a cup of tea before going to bed, you will relax better (0, 5 points)
USE 0F ENGLISH
7) Find in the text one synonym for ABSENCE (noun). (0.25 points)
(8) Find in the text one opposite for ASLEEP (adjective). (0.25 points)
(9) Which word is not a PREPOSITION? (O 25 points)
(10) Give a noun with the same root as PREVENT (verb). (0.25 points)
(11) Turn the following sentence into reported speech: (0.5 points)
Last year, my doctor told me, "Take more exercise if you can't sleep well.".
(12) Turn the following sentence into the passive voice: (0.5 points)
You should avoid tea, coffee, or food before bedtime (13) Give a question for the underlined words: (0.5 points)
A hot. milky drink may help you relax.
(14) Complete the following sentence: (0.5 points)
PRODUCTION
(15) Write a composition (80-100 WORDS). Choose ONE of the following options. Specify your option
Describe one habit you don't consider healthy. UNIVERSIDADES DE ANDALUCÍA
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MOBILES WORSE THAN “drink-driving”
Talking on a mobile phone while driving is more dangerous than being over the legal alcohol limit, according to research. Tests by scientists at the Transport Research Laboratory said drivers on mobiles had slower reaction times and stopping times than those under the influence of alcohol. And it said hands-free kits were almost as dangerous as hand-held phones. Using a hand-held mobile while driving is illegal in more than 30 countries, but in the UK drivers are usually prosecuted for dangerous or careless driving. "The problem is you actually get sucked into the telephone conversation, and the conversation starts to take precedence over the driving task," , a researcher said.The research said reaction times were, on average, 30% slower when talking on a mobile than when just over the legal limit, and nearly 50% slower than when driving normally. Drivers were also less able to maintain a constant speed and found it more difficult to keep a safe distance from the car in front. Janet Anderson, Member of Parliament , is currently trying to push a bill through which would prohibit the use of hand-held mobile phones while driving. The second reading is expected to take place on 12 April. Ms Anderson said: "We must all recognise that driving and using mobile phones can kill. It takes less than a second for a lapse in concentration to result in an accident." "It must therefore be made crystal clear to drivers who insist on behaving in this way that they endanger the safety of the public generally, and their own safety too. " COMPREHENSION
ANSWER THE QUESTIONS ACCORDING TO THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN THE TEXT USE YOUR OWN WORDS 1) How do people talking on hand held mobile phones drive ? 2) Why are mobile phones so dangerous while driving? ARE THESE STATEMENTS TRUE OR FALSE? JUSTIFY YOUR ANSWERS WITH WORDS OR PHRASES FROM THE TEXT. 3) Hand-held mobiles are illegal in the E.U. 4) Conversations become more important than driving. 5) Janet Anderson thinks mobiles aren’t very dangerous. 6) Drivers must keep their own safety and the safety of other people while driving. USE OF ENGLISH
7) Find in the text the word which has the following definition : (0,25 points)
"Systematic investigation to establish facts"
8) Give one synonym for TASK (0,25 points)
9) Join these sentences with a RELATIVE pronoun:
This is the plan. You have been talking about it.
10) Make a QUESTION for this answer:
……………………………………………………? Reaction times were 30% slower. 11) Turn into PASSIVE: " People say mobile phones are very dangerous while driving"
12) Turn into REPORTED SPEECH:
Ms Anderson said: "We must all recognise that driving and using mobile phones can kill".
13) Join these sentences with a liking word (do not use AND or BUT):
Mobiles are very useful nowadays. They can be dangerous if you are driving. PRODUCTION
Write a COMPOSITION (80-100 words). Choose ONE of the following options: How has your life changed with the use of mobile phones? Advantages and disadvantages of the use of mobile phones UNIVERSIDADES DE ANDALUCÍA
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SHE FELL OUT OF MY HANDS
A girl of thirteen wept yesterday as she denied murdering a baby left in her care. The teenager is said to have changed her story several times, only later telling police that she dropped 16-month-old Molly Adams.She was 12 last December when she was left with Molly, whom she had looked after several times before. The baby was found lifeless in her cot at her home in Greater Manchester after the babysitter raised the alarm. A pathologist later concluded that Molly had been struck with extreme force against a wall or the floor.Yesterday the teenager told the Court that the baby had jerked backwards out of her grasp as she held her against her hip. She said Molly banged her head against the wall before falling on her landing: Dressed on her school uniform, the girl told the jury she had gone to pick up the child hearing her crying. The girl said she gave Molly her bottle and decided to take her downstairs when she fell. 'I picked her up, she was making a noise but not crying, her eyes were open. I cradled her and gave her a hug and put her back in her cot. I went downstairs and started watching this comedy thing for five minutes, but I got this gut feeling so I went back to check on her. I saw this dark thing on her face, I put the light on and went in-it was blood'.She explained how she run to Molly's aunt's. 'I told her there was something up with Molly'.She was asked why she hadn't told the aunt about the fall. 'I was scared of getting blamed', she said.Molly was taken to hospital but she never regained consciousness. She had suffered an 18-centimetre fracture to the skull and massive, irreversible brain damage. COMPREHENSION
ANSWER QUESTIONS 1-2 ACCORDING TO THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN THE TEXT. USE YOUR OWN WORDS.
1) How did Molly Adams die? 2) What did the girl do when the baby cried? ARE THESE STATEMENTS TRUE OR FALSE? JUSTIFY YQUR ANSWERS WITH WORDS OR PHRASES FROM THE TEXT.
3) The teenager put Molly in her cot and went to look for help immediately. 4) Molly was dressed in her school uniform. 5) This was the first time the girl was left with Molly. 6) The teenager was 19 when she was looking after Molly. USE OF ENGLISH
7) Find in the text the word which has the following definition: (0.25 points)
" part of the human body which is at every side of the body" (noun) 8) Find in the text an antonym for PUT DOWN (verb). (0.25 points)
9) Give a noun with the same root as DARK (adjective). (0.25 points)
10) Give one synonym for STRUCK (verb) (line 6) (0.25 points)
11) Turn the following sentence into reported speech: (0.5 points)
The article said: "Molly was taken to hospital but she never regained consciousness". 12) Turn the following sentence into active voice: (0.5 points)
The baby was found lifeless in her cot.
13} Give a question for the underlined words. (0.5 points)
The teenager is said to have changed her story. 14) Complete the following sentence: (0.5 points)
She wouldn't have been blamed if.
PRODUCTION
Write a COMPOSITION (80-100 words). Choose ONE of the following options:
a) Should children who are accused of crime be considered adults in court? b) Do you think everyone who treats badly someone should be punished? How? UNIVERSIDADES DE ANDALUCÍA
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SUNDAY IN NEW YORK
Sunday is usually the day that the ferries taking tourists to the Statue of Liberty do a really good business. On the quayside the queues are never-ending and, to keep the crowds entertained, buskers put on a show with acrobats, contortionists, fire-eaters and clowns. But the next Sunday after the tragedy, there were no ferries, no photos, nobody. and no towers. It was a much quieter Sunday than usual, too quiet. The streets were sad and few New Yorkers dared to venture outside. Everyone sitting by the River Hudson was struck by the huge gap in the cityscape. They probably remembered times when they had been to the Twin Towers or had rushed past the entrance. That familiar sight was no longer there.Besides, numerous cancellations have been made in the following weeks for holidays in the Big Apple. Tourists have chosen new destinations, but many have even cancelled trips to places that have nothing to do with the terrorist attacks or the subsequent conflict, such as England or Italy. September 11th has shocked the world to such an extent that it sent people's normal way of life completely off the rails. COMPREHENSION
ANSWER QUESTIONS 1-2 ACCORDING TO THE INFORMATION GIVEN 1N THE TEXT USE YOUR OWN WORDS
1) Why are Sundays a good day for ferries in New York? 2) What effect have the terrorist attacks had on tourism? ARE THESE STATEMENTS TRUE 0R FALSE? JUSTIFY YOUR ANSWERS WITH WORDS 0R PHRASES FROM THE TEXT
3) The terrorist attacks have affected tourism in the US only. 4) Sundays are usually very busy in New York. 5) The Twin Towers were very popular among New Yorkers. 6) According to the text, visitors keep coming to New York. USE 0F ENGLISH
7) Find in the text one synonym of BIG (adjective) and one opposite of NOISY (adjective) (0.5 points)
8) Find in the text one word meaning "a street musician" (0.5 points)
9) Turn the following sentence into active voice (0.5 POINTS)
Numerous cancellations have been made in the following weeks. 10) Which word does NOT belong to the group according to the meaning? (0.5 points)
11) Give a question for the underlined words: (0.5 points)
Tourists have chosen new destinations.
12) Complete the following sentence: (0.5 points)
PRODUCTION
WRITE A COMPOSITION (80-100 WORDS). CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS:
What were you doing on September 11th? How did you feel? Should people stop travelling by plane? Why? UNIVERSIDADES DE ANDALUCÍA
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TATTOOS UNDER PRESCRIPTION
From the early 1990's on, there has been a tremendous increase in the popularity of tattoes. However, 75% of the UK people who have tattoos eventually regret it, according to a study by the British Journal of Dermatology. Laser treatment is the standard method of tattoo According to Louis Malloy, the tattoo artist who adorned David Beckham's body, people can reduce the risks of regretting a tattoo later in life. "Plan your tattoo carefully, consider its placement, go to a reputable tattoo artist, follow aftercare instructions and don't go ahead Scientists are developing a smart tattoo that could tell diabetics when their glucose levels are dangerously low. A spokesman for the charity British Diabetes said: "People with diabetes need to test their blood glucose levels regularly and for most people this means pricking their finger to draw blood" This new tattoo is made of fluorescent molecules which will fluorescence if the glucose levels are low. The abdomen or arm would be the most suitable places to have this tattoo and constant exposure to the sun would have to be avoided. Those who don't mind showing discreet pieces of body art will benefit from this new invention. COMPREHENSION
ANSWER QUESTIONS 1-2 ACCORDING TO THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN THE TEXT. USE YOUR OWN WORDS.
1) What precautions should one take before getting a tattoo? 2) How will diabetics' life change with the new tattoo? ARE THESE STATEMENTS TRUE OR FALSE? JUSTIFY YOUR ANSWERS WITH WORDS OR PHRASES FROM THE TEXT.
3) Tattoes have always been popular. 4) The new tattoo will warn diabetics when their glucose goes down. 5) This new tattoo must not be worn in the arm or abdomen. 6) It is important to follow the tattooist recommendations after getting a tattoo. USE OF ENGLISH
7) Find in the text the word which has the following definition: "an organization set up to help those in need" (0.25 points) 8) Find in the text one synonym for INTELLIGENT (adjective) (0.25 points) 9) Turn the following sentence into the active voice. I wasn't informed of the dangers before getting my tattoo. (0.5 points) 10) Turn the following sentence into the reported speech. He told me: "don't go ahead if you are not 100% sure" (0.5 points) 11) Give a question for the underlined words. The tattoo removal cost £1,000 a month ago. (0.5 points) 12) Complete the following sentence: If you spend too much time sunbathing. (0.5 points) 13) Use these words to make a meaningful sentence. didn't / they/ let/ a/ get/ tattoo / me (0.5 points) PRODUCTION
14) WRITE A COMPOSITION (80-100 WORDS). CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS. SPECIFY YOUR OPTION.

a) Would you get a tattoo? Why? Why not?
b) Governments should spend more money on medical research.
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TEEN STRESS
Teenagers today live in a very competitive world. It is more important than ever to succeed at school if you hope to have a chance in the job market afterwards. It’s no wonder that many young people worry about letting down their parents, their peers and themselves. In trying to please everyone. they take on too many tasks until it becomes harder and harder to balance homework assignments, parties, sports activities and friends. The result is that young people suffer from stress. There are different ways of dealing with stress. Everyone knows that caffeine, whether it is in the form of coffee or soft drinks, keeps you awake and alert. But caffeine is a drug which can become addictive. In the end, like other drugs. caffeine only leads to more stress. A better way to deal with stress is to exercise: Research has proved that physical exercise is a good release for stress, because it increases certain chemicals in the brain which calm you down. Making sure you get enough sleep is also an important way of avoiding stress and of staying healthy and full of energy. Another way to avoid stress is by managing your time effectively. It is better to do a few tasks really well, than lots of tasks badly. Know your limits and try not to take on too much. Finally, If it all gets beyond your control, don't panic or get hysterical. Find the time to sit down quietly and breathe deeply for ten to twenty minutes. Do this regularly, and it will help you calm down and put things into COMPREHENSION
ANSWER QUESTIONS 1-2 ACCORDING TO THE INFORMATION GIVEN 1N THE TEXT USE YOUR OWN WORDS
What are the main causes of stress in young people? (l point) Describe three ways in which teenagers can overcome stress (1 point) ARE THESE STATEMENTS TRUE 0R FALSE? JUSTIFY YOUR ANSWERS WITH WORDS 0R PHRASES FROM THE TEXT
(3) Nowadays a teenager must have a solid and good education if he wants to find a good job.(0, 5 points)
(4) Try not to drink too much coffee if you want to relax. (0, 5 points)
(5) A teenager needs very little sleep every night to keep healthy (0, 5 points)
(6) Teenagers are recommended to take on as many tasks as possible regardless of time or personal limitations. (0, 5 points)
USE 0F ENGLISH (3 points)
(7) Find in the text the word that has the following definition: (0, 25 points) "The organ of the body which controls thought and feeling." (8) Find in the text one expression meaning DISAPPOINT (verb). (0, 25 points) (9) Give one synonym for CHANCE (line 2). (0, 25 points) (10) Give an adverb with the same root as PHYSICAL (adj). (0, 25 points) (11) Turn the following sentence into the reported speech (0, 5 points) He said to his son: "Don't panic or get hysterical." (12) Rewrite the sentence without changing its meaning. Begin as indicated. (0, 5 points) If you take on too many tasks, it becomes harder to make time for them all. (13) Join the following sentences using an appropriate linking word (do not use AND or BUT). (0.5 points) Make changes if necessary. Teenagers today live in a very competitive world. The result is that teenagers suffer from stress. (14) Fill in the gap with a correct tense. (0.5 points) If you had exercised regularly, it. (help ) you calm down Write a composition (80-100 WORDS). Choose ONE of the following options. Specify your option
Is adolescence a difficult age? What would you advise young people to avoid stress?

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