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Part 2: Use of English

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Part II: Use of English

1.
$\blacktriangleright$  Look at the text Notes from a Small Island. Find a word or expression which means the same as each of the words (1-5) below. The lines where you can find the words or expressions are indicated in brackets. There is one example (0) at the beginning.

NumberWordWord or ExpressionLines
0viewsightl. 1-12
1busyl. 1-12
2(to) pull outl. 13-23
3suddenl. 24-32
4(to) meetl. 33-44
5(to) believel. 45-56
(5P)
#synonyms
2.
$\blacktriangleright$  Look at the text Notes from a Small Island. What do the following words mean? Match the expressions (B-F) with their corresponding definitions (1-7).

Write the correct numbers in the grid below. Be careful: There are two definitions that you do not need. One definition (0) has already been matched correctly.

Aterminal (l. 3)0a building where passengers arrive and leave
Bbolt (l. 17)1something you don't look at
Cmitten (l. 21)2a very loud and deep noise
Dbellow (l. 24)3a solid, short metal thing used to connect two items
Econfidence (l. 31)4the sound made by a dog
Fignorance (l. 50)5a secret that you tell somebody
6a lack of knowledge, learning or information
7a kind of glove that does not have separate parts for each finger


ABCDEF
 
(5P)
#definition
3.
$\blacktriangleright$  Use the word given in capitals in brackets to form a word of the same word family that fits in the space. There is one example (0) at the beginning.

0From
bestselling
(BESTSELLER) author Bill Bryson comes an amazing biography of William Shakespeare, the most famous poet in the English language, who left behind
1
(NEAREST) a million words of text. "Shakespeare" is an
2
(AMUSEMENT) travel guide to 16th century England. As Bryson leads us
3through the
(CROWD) streets of Elizabethan England, he brings to life the characters and places that inspired Shakespeare's work. Along the way, he
4
(CELEBRATION) Shakespeare's legacy to our literature, culture and
5
(HISTORICAL).
(5P)
#wordfamily
4.
$\blacktriangleright$  Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using key word given in brackets. Do not change the key word given. You must use between two and five words including the key word. There is one example (0) at the beginning.

0If only I had reach Bill Bryson at school.
I wish I had read
(WISH) Bill Bryson at school.
1Travel books were reinvented by Bill Bryson.
It was
(WHO) travel books.
2Bryson writes not only travel books but also books on science.
Bryson
(BOTH) books on science.
3After he settled in Britain, Bryson worked as a journalist.
After Bryson settled in Britain, he
(USED) as a journalist.
4"I'd strongly advise you to buy Bill Bryson's latest book."
"If I
(WERE) buy Bill Bryson's latest book."
5"You should definitely watch the film A Walk in the Woods.
"The film A Walk in the Woods
(WORTH).
(5P)
5.
$\blacktriangleright$  Complete the following text. Use the correct forms of the words in brackets and find words of your own to replace the question marks. There is one example (0) at the beginning.

Bill Bryson
William McGuire "Bill" Bryson is a best-selling author (0) was born in Des Moines Iowa in the United States in 1951. Both his parents were journalists. "Life was a lot (1) (relax) in those days", Bryson states. His mother always made something for dinner, but only when smoke came out of the kitchen did she remember that she (2) (put) food in the oven. As a college student Bryson went travelling around Europe. If he had not gone to England to go backpacking for four months he (3) (not / meet) the future mother of his children. The young couple went to live in Des Moines, the city in (4) (???) Bryson completed his education. After this short period, the two settled in England. Bryson found work as a journalist and remained with newspapers for many years before he plunged into full-time writing. After another eight years in America, Bryson and his wife decided (5) (return) to England in 2003.
Bryson (6) (receive) numerous awards for his books so far and he is the first non-Briton to be elected an "Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society". His works include humorous books on travel, as (7) (???) as books on the English language and science. In 2003 his book Notes from a Small Island (8) (choose) by British radio listeners as the best book that had ever been written about the British Isles. A Short History of Nearly Everything has sold more than 300.000 copies. Bill Bryson's books entertain and educate the reader at the same time. There seems to be nothing he cannot write about in a (9) (total) engaging style. In autumn 2015 he delighted his readers by (10) (publish) his latest book The Road to Little Dribbling: More Notes from a Small Island.
(10P)
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Task 1:
$\blacktriangleright$  Look at the text Notes from a Small Island. Find a word or expression which means the same as each of the words (1-5) below. The lines where you can find the words or expressions are indicated in brackets. There is one example (0) at the beginning.
Um diese Aufgabe lösen zu können, musst du zuerst den Text lesen. Danach sollst du zu den Wörtern in der Tabelle ein Wort oder einen Ausdruck aus dem Text finden, die dasselbe bedeuten. Du findest in der Tabelle ebenso die Zeilenangaben der Textstellen, in welchen du suchen musst.
Task 2:
$\blacktriangleright$  Look at the text Notes from a Small Island. What do the following words mean? Match the expressions (B-F) with their corresponding definitions (1-7).

Write the correct numbers in the grid below. Be careful: There are two definitions that you do not need. One definition (0) has already been matched correctly.
Um diese Aufgabe lösen zu können, musst du zuerst den Text lesen. Danach sollst du entscheiden, was die in der Tabelle gegebenen Begriffe (B-F) bedeuten. Du findest sieben verschiedene Definitionen, die du den Begriffen zuordnen musst. Achte jedoch darauf, dass du zwei Definitionen nicht verwenden musst.
Task 3:
$\blacktriangleright$  Use the word given in capitals in brackets to form a word of the same word family that fits in the space. There is one example (0) at the beginning.
Um diese Aufgabe lösen zu können, musst du zuerst den Text lesen. Benutze danach die Wörter in den Klammern, um ein neues Wort derselben Wortfamilie zu bilden, das in den Kontext passt.
Task 4:
$\blacktriangleright$  Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using key word given in brackets. Do not change the key word given. You must use between two and five words including the key word. There is one example (0) at the beginning.
Um diese Aufgabe lösen zu können, musst du zuerst den Text lesen. Vervollständige den zweiten Satz, sodass der Sinn des ersten erhalten bleibt. Benutze hierfür die Schlüsselwörter in den Klammern und achte darauf diese auf keinen Fall zu verändern!
Task 5:
$\blacktriangleright$  Complete the following text. Use the correct forms of the words in brackets and find words of your own to replace the question marks. There is one example (0) at the beginning.
Um diese Aufgabe lösen zu können, musst du zuerst den Text lesen. Vervollständige den mit Hilfe der Wörter in den Klammern. Verwende die korrekte Form der Wörter.
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