Task 1. You will hear an interview with a stuntman. Listen and mark the sentences T (true) or F (false).
1. The most important thing for stunt performers is safety. TRUE
2. Before he worked as a stunt performer, Johnny took part in many extreme sports. TRUE
3. Applicants are divided into groups based upon their certificates. FALSE
4. Johnny says that the obstacle course is both enjoyable and helps to boost fitness. TRUE
5. In order to become a stunt performer, it is vital to improve communication skills. FALSE
Task 2. Read the text. Choose one of the variants A, B or C.
1. A busker...
B plays a musical instrument.
2. Each busker plays...
B for a limited period of time.
3. On the walls buskers usually write...
C their names and the time when they are going to play.
4. The police...
A make buskers go to another place.
5. The busker mustn’t...
C stand close to another busker.
Task 3. Read the text. Choose one of the variants A, B, Cor D.
If there’s one thing we’re good at, it’s shopping. We love shopping in the States, and we have huge shopping malls which are designed for two (1) A aims: to give us the greatest possible (2) D choice of things to buy, and to separate us from our money. But we like to be relaxed when we go shopping, so the staff are there to help us choose if we need it, but they don’t usually (3) B bother us unless we’re (4) D looking confused. In fact in small stores, the price is always clearly marked on the product, and that’s the price you pay.
Sometimes, like at Christmas, the assistants will (5) B wrap our presents in special seasonal wrapping paper, but usually they just put things in a bag. And at supermarkets, grocery assistants don’t wrap groceries up individually, they usually put them all in large, brown paper bags, (6) A strong enough to take a lot of groceries. The assistants are always friendly and make small talk about the weather and things like that, and then as we (7) D leave, they usually say goodbye and “Have a nice day!”