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2002 H I G H E R S C H O O L C E R T I F I C A T E E X A M I N A T I O N Student Number Centre Number Arabic Continuers Total marks – 80 Section I Pages 2–6 25 marks • Attempt Questions 1–9 • This section should take approximately 30 minutes Section II Pages 9–15 40 marks This section has two parts, Part A and Part B • Allow about 1 hour and 20 minutes for this section Part A – 25 marks • Attempt Questions 10–11 Part B – 15 marks • Attempt Question 12 Section III Page 16 15 marks • Attempt Questions 13–14 308 • Allow about 1 hour for this section Reading time – 10 minutes Working time – 2 hours and 50 minutes Write using black or blue pen Monolingual and/or bilingual print dictionaries may be used Write your Centre Number and Student Number at the top of this page General Instructions
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Section I — Listening and Responding 25 marks Attempt Questions 1–9 This section should take approximately 30 minutes You will hear NINE texts. Each text will be read twice. The question for each text will be read once before the first reading of the text. There will be a pause after the first reading in which you may make notes. However, you may make notes at any time. You will be given adequate time after the second reading to complete your answer. Answer the questions in ENGLISH in the spaces provided. In the case of multiple-choice questions, tick the box that corresponds to the correct response. You may proceed to Section II as soon as you have finished Question 9. In your answers you will be assessed on how well you demonstrate: capacity to understand general and specific aspects of texts by identifying and analysing information capacity to convey the information accurately and appropriately Question 1 (1 mark) Why did Fadi leave a phone message today? 1 (A) He was worried because Salma had not returned his phone calls. (B) He found out that Salma had had a car accident and had been taken to hospital. (C) He wanted to invite Salma to go with him to Samir’s birthday party. (D) Salma had promised to come to his office, but had not arrived. – 2 – Marks Candidate’s Notes
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Question 2 (1 mark) What is Ziad likely to say next? 1 (A) ÆwðU ÒO ×Óð Ó‚U =d « wG =K ÓÐ °dÓ× ÓÝ U¹ Ïlz«— «c Ó¼ (B) ÆwMOM ÚF Óð ÔW ]O ÝÓ—ÚbÓL‡ Ú « Ô…UOÓ×‡Ú «  ÓœUŽ U (C) w Ò Ô√ œöO ÔbOŽ a¹—U² « «c Ó¼ w ° TO ] « w ÒEÓ( U¹ Æ»U¼ Òc « ÓlOD Ó²ÚÝ Ó√ Ús ÓK Ó ¨Êu ÚLÓ ‡Ú « (D) ÆW ÓÝÓ— Úb ÓL‡Ú « W ÓŽU w wI Ó²ÚK ÓMÓÝ ÚÊ Ó–≈ Question 3 (2 marks) Why would you feel confident using this service? 2 ............................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................. Question 4 (2 marks) What are the aims of this seminar? 2 ............................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................. – 3 – Marks Candidate’s Notes
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Question 5 (2 marks) What services does this centre provide?
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