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CAE PAPER 3: ENGLISH IN USEPart (Questions 1–15)0152/3 Mar05Part 1For questions 15 read the text below and then decide which answer on page best fits each space.Indicate your answers on the separate answer sheet The exercise begins with an example ).Example:What we know about music and the brainWork on the human brain has (0) ….. how different parts are centres of activity for different skills, feelings, perceptions and so on. It has also been shown that the left and right halves, orhemispheres, of the brain are (1) ….. for different functions. While language is processed in theleft, or analytical hemisphere, for most people music is processed in the right, or emotionalhemisphere. However, professional musicians have the (2) ….. to process music in the lefthemisphere more often than those without musical training do. This (3) ….. they are having adifferent experience which is likely to be the case because they are analysing music rather thanjust listening to it. (4) ….. of music...

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CAE PAPER 3: ENGLISH IN USEPart (Questions 1–15)0152/3 Mar05Part 1For questions 15 read the text below and then decide which answer on page best fits each space.Indicate your answers on the separate answer sheet The exercise begins with an example ).Example:What we know about music and the brainWork on the human brain has (0) ….. how different parts are centres of activity for different skills, feelings, perceptions and so on. It has also been shown that the left and right halves, orhemispheres, of the brain are (1) ….. for different functions. While language is processed in theleft, or analytical hemisphere, for most people music is processed in the right, or emotionalhemisphere. However, professional musicians have the (2) ….. to process music in the lefthemisphere more often than those without musical training do. This (3) ….. they are having adifferent experience which is likely to be the case because they are analysing music rather thanjust listening to it. (4) ….. of music like tone, pitch and melody are all probably processed indifferent parts of the brain. Some features of musical experience are processed not just in theauditory parts of the brain, but in the visual ones. We don’t yet fully understand the (5) ….. of this.The tempo of music seems to be (6) ….. related to its emotional impact, with fast music often(7) ….. as happier and slower music as sadder. It is the same with the major biological rhythm ofthe body: our heart (8) ….. quickens when we’re happy, but slows when we’re sad. Military music may have (9) ….. from attempts to get us ready for (10) ….. by using fast drumming to (11) ….. our hearts to beat faster. Music is perhaps one of the most complex experiences the brain (12) ….. with and it has become an absolutely (13) ….. part of our rituals and ceremonies.It has power beyond language to (14) ….. mood and co-ordinate our emotional (15) ….. .0 expressed directed indicated guided1 amenable dependable responsible reliable2 tendency inclination possibility intention3 proposes advances introduces suggests4 Views Aspects Factors Pieces5 expectations implications assumptions propositions6 surely plainly evidently directly7 felt endured encountered touched8 pulse speed pace rate9 evolved extended advanced elevated10 battle fight quarrel struggle11 activate motivate stimulate animate12 manages copes bears holds13 vital important compulsory dominant14 notify report associate communicate15 conditions stages states positionsPart 2For questions 16–30 complete the following article by writing each missing word in the correct box on your answer sheet. Use only one word for each space. The exercise begins with an example ).Example: MosquitoesAccording to the World Health Organisation, malaria, disease spread by mosquitoes, affectsmillions (0) .…. people every year. Everyone knows how irritating the noise made by mosquito,(16) ….. by painful reaction to its bite, can be. It is astonishing that so (17) ….. is known about why mosquitoes are drawn to or driven away from people, given (18) .…. level of distress and disease caused by these insects. We know that the most effective chemical (19) ….. protecting people against mosquitoes is diethyltoluamide, commonly shortened (20) ….. diet. (21) .…. diet works well, it has some serious drawbacks: it can damage clothes and some peopleare allergic to it.Scientists know that mosquitoes find some people more attractive than others, but they do notknow (22) .…. this should be. They also know that people vary in (23) ….. reactions to mosquitobites. One person has painful swelling while (24) ….. who is bitten by the same mosquito ,(25) .…. hardly notice. Scientists have (26) .…. discovered the reason for this, but they havecarried (27) .…. experiments to show that mosquitoes are attracted to, or put (28) .…. by, certain smells. In the future, scientists hope to develop smell that mosquitoes cannot resist. This could be used in trap (29) ….. that, instead of attacking people, mosquitoes would fly intothe trap and be destroyed. For the time (30) ….., however, we have to continue spraying ourselves with unpleasant liquids if we want to avoid getting bitten.Part 3In most lines of the following text, there is one unnecessary word. It is either grammatically incorrect or does not fit in with the sense of the text. For each numbered line 31–46 find this word and then write it in the box on your answer sheet. Some lines are correct Indicate theselines with tick in the box. The exercise begins with two examples and 00 ).Examples: Sumo wrestling0 Japanese sumo wrestling is generally considered to be one of the00 oldest organised sports on earth. Men have been made fighting each31 other in the wrestling ring for more over thousand years, and four32 hundred years ago, wrestlers were to be found throughout Japan. The33 organisational and structure of the sport began in the 1680s, with34 most of the basic rules remaining largely unchanged ever since. The35 ring itself is considered sacred place, and even for this reason,36 wrestlers must throw handful of some salt into it before they may start37 fighting. When they are in the ring, which is five metres in its diameter,38 the men must fight between each other until one of them is knocked39 down or push out of the ring. Slapping, tripping, and judo-style moves40 are all allowed, whereas punching him with fist is not. There is no41 upper weight in limit, which is why many sumo wrestlers spend years42 long trying to make themselves put on weight. The Sumo Association43 runs six major tournaments year. tournament lasts during fifteen44 days and each wrestler fights every other wrestler. The tournament is a45 gruelling test of strength and stamina, and the man who has the far best46 record all over the two-week period is judged to have won the championship.Part 4For questions 47–61 read the two texts on pages and Use the words in the boxes to the right of the texts to form one word that fits in the same numbered space in the text. Write the new word in the correct box on your answer sheet. The exercise begins with an example ).Example: NEWSPAPER ARTICLE0 construction 0Dutch bridge-builderPieter Lodewijk Kramer (1881–1961) was responsible for the(0) ….. of some of the most famous bridges in Amsterdam. CONSTRUCTAs road traffic increased in Amsterdam at the beginning of the lastcentury, the city started demolishing (47) ….. older structures inthe city centre. But when workmen began pulling down the mostattractive bridges and (48) ….. them with modern iron ones, therewas strong public (49) ….. As result, the position ofarchitectural (50) ….. was created, and in 1917 Kramer took up thepost.Kramer built no fewer than 220 bridges. Each exemplifies Kramer’sindividual style: his acute sense of detail and his use of manyunusual (51) ….. of stone and iron.Kramer’s bridges, which are now (52) ….. part of the Amsterdamlandscape, were largely ignored until Dutch museum presentedan (53) ….. successful exhibition of his work in 1995. 47 NUMBER( 48 PLACE( 49 APPROVE( 50 ADVICE( 51 COMBINE( 52 DISTINCT( 53 ASTONISHBOOK REVIEWA recommended book on the cinemaThere are (54) ..… volumes on the history of the cinema. Someprovide only brief overview. But Chronicle of the Cinema aremarkable volume on the history of the cinema, is an (55) ..…work, with no development of any (56) ..… being overlooked. Thebook opens with chapter on the historic first screening of amoving picture, and works its way (57) ..… through to the presentday. Thousands of items are presented in way that bears astrong (58) ..… to contemporary newspaper reports. But whatmakes this book treat is its (59) ..… illustrations. These are(60) ..… and include full-colour reproductions of some of the mostunforgettable movie posters ever designed. The whole atmosphereof the Hollywood films of the 1940s is conveyed with great (61) ..…in these posters. 54 COUNT( 55 INFORM( 56 SIGNIFY( 57 PROGRESS( 58 RESEMBLE( 59 STAND( 60 PLENTY( 61 AUTHENTICPart 5For questions 62–74 read the following job advertisement and use the information in it to complete the numbered gaps in the e-mail. Write the new words in the correct boxes on your answer sheet. The words you need do not occur in the job advertisement. Use no more than two words for each gap .The exercise begins with an example Example: (0) looking for JOB ADVERTISEMENTHoliday RepresentativesWe are seeking to appoint Holiday Representatives capable of working independently and also ofmanaging teams of people. minimum of years’ experience in the tourist industry is essentialand experience in an international environment is preferred.Applications should contain full details of educational background, previous and currentemployment, present salary and leisure activities. IT skills are essential and preference will begiven to candidates with an ability to speak foreign language.The job will involve frequent foreign travel accompanying tourists, and also periods in our Londonoffices. Accommodation overseas will be provided.Closing date for applications is 31 January.For further details, go to our website at www.holidayreps.comE-MAILTo: EveFrom: PeggyDate: 16 JanuaryI’ve just seen an ad for holiday reps and thought of you. The person they are (0) ..… must be able to work on (62) ..… and also to take (63) ..… teams. You have to have worked for (64) ..… years in tourism so you’re OK. They (65) ..… have someone who has worked abroad.They want to know the usual stuff where you went to school and how well you did, where you’ve worked before and where you’re working at (66) ..… Also what you’re (67) ..… and howyou (68) ..… free time. You (69) ..… IT skills and your knowledge of French will give you an (70) ..… You’ll have to travel abroad (71) ..… with tourists but will also work bit in London. They’ll find you somewhere to (72) ..… wherever you have to work abroad.You’ve got to (73) ..… application in by the end of the month. If you want (74) ..…, check out their website www.holidayreps.com ).Part 6For questions 75–80 read the following text and then choose from the list A–I given below the best phrase to fill each of the spaces. Indicate your answers on the separate answer sheet Each correct phrase may only be used once. Some of the suggested answers do not fit at all .A but extensive railway systems exist underground so why not huge cities?B but architects make great efforts to mimic conditions above ground.C but even being buried just for your working hours may not seem attractive.D but human psychology makes this possible.E but who would not accept these working conditions?F but even the lowest floors get some sunlight.G but technical difficulties cannot be overcome.H but special shower system can create the impression of rain.I but is there an alternative to building up?An odd place to liveEveryone needs somewhere to live and work, and humans will construct buildings almostanywhere, using even ice or mud as materials if nothing else is available. In the industrialisedworld, the problem is not finding materials for building but limited space and the high price of land.The solution in most big cities is to build skyscrapers high into the air (75) ….. Some architectshave proposed turning skyscrapers on their heads and building down into the ground. This mayseem an unusual concept (76) .…. Such places could accommodate 100,000 people withoutusing up valuable surface land. The underground city is technically feasible but there is massivepsychological barrier to be overcome. Will people be able to deal with living away from the sunand sky? The underground ‘city’ could be restricted to places of entertainment and office buildings(77) .…. Some such buildings do exist. In Minneapolis, USA, there is building which is 95 percent underground (78) ….. This is achieved by an elaborate system of mirrors. Livingunderground means you do not know what the weather is like (79) ….. For example, the Asahitelevision centre in Tokyo is 20 metres below the surface (80) ….. It seems that subterraneanworkers miss real weather even when it is bad!PAPER 3: ENGLISH IN USEAnswer keysPART ONE PART TWO PART THREE PART FOUR1 C2 A3 D4 B5 B6 D7 A8 D9 A10 A11 C12 B13 A14 D15 16 followed/accompanied17 little18 the19 for20 to21 Though/Although/Whilst/While22 why23 their24 another25 may/might/will26 not/never27 out28 off29 so30 being 31 more32 _33 and34 _35 even36 some37 its38 between39 push40 him41 in42 long43 during44 _45 far46 all 47 numerous/innumerable48 replacing/replaced49 disapproval50 adviser/advisor51 combinations52 distinctive53 astonishingly54 countless55 informative56 significance57 progressively58 resemblance59 outstanding60 plentiful61 authenticityPART FIVE PART SIX62 their/his/her own63 responsibility for/chargeof/care of64 at least65 would rather/would sooner66 the moment67 being paid/earning (now)/paid(now)/getting paid68 spend your/fill your/occupyyour69 must have/need/reallyneed/will need70 advantage/edge/extraadvantage71 regularly/a lot/often72 live/stay (overnight)73 get your/send your/have your74 more information/additionalinformation 75 I76 A77 C78 F79 B80 HN.B. 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