Listen to the files and answer the questions.

I really can't understand why they put it all the way out there. They maintained that if they'd built it in the heart of the city there would have been problems getting out to fires in the rural areas. Too far and too much traffic, they said. But that's exactly why it would have made more sense to build it in the center instead of on the edge. You know, it takes a fire engine, nearly 20 minutes to get from that suburb to the other side of the city.

Question No. /

1 You hear a man talking about a new fire station that has just been built. Where was it built?

If I was a member of the Council, I'd make sure something was done about the mess on the streets. It's an absolute disgrace. Local people need more help to keep them clean, and that help has to come from the authorities. There aren't enough litter bins, for one thing,so the pavements outside my premises are covered with paper, drink cans and cigarette butts.Before I open up in the morning, I have to spend about 10 minutes sweeping it all up. I wouldn't sell anything if I didn't.

Question No. /

2 Listen to this man speaking. Who is he?

You have to remember that some species of plants were facing extinction in the area. People would come out to the countryside for a picnic, see all these beautiful flowers and pick them, without realizing the effect this was having. If we hadn't made this a conservation area and limited the number of people coming in, then we'd have no flowers at all, and people would be really upset. As it is, we can congratulate ourselves on the action we look and look forward to a brighter future for this patch of countryside.

Question No. /

3 You hear an environmentalist speaking on the radio about a recent project. How does she feel?

WI: So, what was it like?
W2: Marvelous. Just what we were looking for.

WI: And what was that?

W2: Well, if we'd gone to one of the other islands,
we'd have had to put up with busy roads and crowded beaches.
WI: So, weren't there many tourists where you went?

W2: Oh plenty. More than we expected really.
But it didn't seem to matter, because with the vehicle restrictions there was almost a total lack of exhaust fumes, no congestion and very little noise. And because the island's so small, you could walk everywhere anyway.

Question No. /

4 You overhear this woman talking to her friend about her holiday. Why did she enjoy it?

M: I think we should all get together and decide what we're going to do. I can't put up with it any more.
W: Neither can we.
The noise of that boy's music makes the whole house shake. My husband says it's just like being in an earthquake, only worse,
M: Of course it's the parents' fault, but it's no good talking to them.
They're no better than he is.
W: And his teachers can't control him, either.
Apparently, he's as rude to them as he is lo all of us.
M: So, let's have a meeting of all the residents in the street and we'll decide how to deal with him.

Question No. /

5 You hear a conversation between two people. What is the relationship between them?

Violent storms swept across the south coast today, causing widespread damage to property.Torrential rain and gale-force winds lashed seaside towns and several people had to be evacuated from their flooded homes by rescue services, One man in Bangor narrowly escaped death as the car he was driving was crushed by a falling tree, which had been struck by lightning.

Question No. /

6 You are listening to the radio when you hear the following being read. What is it?

W: What's the problem, John?
M: Well, we lost a lot of our plants last night.

W: It wasn't our cat, was it?

M: No, the wind. Pulled up all the roses, it did.
Blew down a few bushes, too.
W: I'm sorry to hear that.

M: Oh, not to worry.
I'd be grateful if you'd give me a hand to clear up the mess, though.
W: I'd be pleased to.

Question No. /

7 You overhear this conversation between a man and his neighbor. What is he doing?

Something's got to be done. These massive petrol tankers should just not be allowed to sail so close to our shores. The oil slick has already killed thousands of birds and the beaches are a disaster area. Demonstrating is all very well, but it's not going to clean up the mess, is it? We can't leave it in the hands of the politicians, so we've just got to get down to the coast and get our hands dirty with the rest of the volunteers. You coming?

Question No. /

8 You hear Brian talking about a recent environmental disaster, what is he going to do?

 

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