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Task 1

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You will hear each recording twice. After listening you will have time to complete your answers.

Task 1: Commencement Speech (2012)

While listening, tick the correct statement. There is only one answer.
This is an extract from a commencement speech given by Neil Gaiman to graduates of the University of Arts in Philadelphia.
1.
Neil Gaiman tells the graduates that starting a career in the arts means they
are good at what they are doing.
do not know what they are doing.
are not good enough at what they are doing.
will not earn money with what they are doing.
2.
According to Gaiman, people who decide what is possible or not in the arts
have tested the rules.
do not accept the rules.
have not tested the limits.
know what they are doing.
3.
He asks the students to
go ahead with their ideas.
exchange ideas with others.
keep their ideas to themselves.
think carefully about their ideas.
4.
Working as a journalist, Neil Gaiman
appreciated what he learned.
could not develop a good style.
hated to have to work under stress.
was able to write about interesting topics.
5.
Finding your way you have to keep in balance your
body and soul.
work and free time.
salary and expenses.
ambitions and daily needs.
6.
To remind himself of his aim, Gaiman
painted a mountain.
looked at a mountain.
imagined a mountain.
walked up a mountain.
7.
He turned down job offers if they
were not creative enough.
were not attractive to him.
did not get him closer to his aim.
did not earn him enough money.
8.
His strategy was to do a job as long as it
was outdoors.
was paid well.
did not feel like work.
did not mean moving.
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$\blacktriangleright$  Tick correct statement
1.
Neil Gaiman tells the graduates that starting a career in the arts means they
are good at what they are doing.
do not know what they are doing.
are not good enough at what they are doing.
will not earn money with what they are doing.
2.
According to Gaiman, people who decide what is possible or not in the arts
have tested the rules.
do not accept the rules.
have not tested the limits.
know what they are doing.
3.
He asks the students to
go ahead with their ideas.
exchange ideas with others.
keep their ideas to themselves.
think carefully about their ideas.
4.
Working as a journalist, Neil Gaiman
appreciated what he learned.
could not develop a good style.
hated to have to work under stress.
was able to write about interesting topics.
5.
Finding your way you have to keep in balance your
body and soul.
work and free time.
salary and expenses.
ambitions and daily needs.
6.
To remind himself of his aim, Gaiman
painted a mountain.
looked at a mountain.
imagined a mountain.
walked up a mountain.
7.
He turned down job offers if they
were not creative enough.
were not attractive to him.
did not get him closer to his aim.
did not earn him enough money.
8.
His strategy was to do a job as long as it
was outdoors.
was paid well.
did not feel like work.
did not mean moving.
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