Oct 04 SFL Entry 2-Reading.qxd

Certificate in
ESOL Skills for Life
Entry 2—Reading
October 2004
YOUR FULL NAME:
(BLOCK CAPITALS)
CENTRE:
DATE:
CANDIDATE REGISTRATION NUMBER:
TIME ALLOWED: 45 MINUTES
PLEASE ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS
EXAMINER’S USE ONLY
Q1
Q2 Q3 Q4
Q5 Q6
Q7 Q8
Q9 Q10 Q11 Q12 Q13 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q19 Q20
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October 2004
Entry 2—Reading
Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life
Entry 2—Reading
Time allowed: 45 minutes.
Task one
Answer the questions on page 3 by using the diagram and the instructions below.
Components of your iron
2
1
10
A
3
4
9
5
7
6
8
Glossary
1
Shot of steam button—press the button to
shoot out steam
2
Spray button—press the button to spray water
3
Variable steam control—changes the amount
of steam
4
Filling hole with cap—the place to put in
the water
6
Soleplate—the metal base
7
Temperature control dial—changes the
temperature
8
Water tank—the place for the water
9
Life long anti-scale (certain models only)
—keeps the water clean
10
Temperature indicator light—shows the iron is
ready to use
5 Spray nozzle—where the water sprays out of
the iron
Instructions—Filling your Morphy Richards steam iron
1. Before filling the iron with water make sure the iron is not plugged in.
2. Set the dial at 3 to the ‘0’ position.
3. Fill the beaker A with water.
4. Remove the fill cap and pour water through the filling hole 4 into the water tank 8 .
5. The tank is full when the fill level line ‘Max’ is reached.
6. After filling replace the cap.
7. Always pour out the remaining water after use.
WARNING: When filling your iron with tap water always use the beaker provided.
Never fill directly under the tap.
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Questions
1.
The text tells you how to (Please circle the letter of the correct answer)
A use the iron
B store the iron
C put water in the iron
2.
To fill the iron you must unplug it and then remove
3.
Insert the correct word, or words, in the space.
on top of
behind
between
The spray nozzle is
at the front of
under
the iron.
4.
Look at the glossary and the diagram. Which dial do you turn to ‘0’ before filling the iron?
5.
What happens when the water tank is full?
6–8. Complete the sentences below with one of the following:
... using the beaker.
... when the temperature indicator light goes off.
... remaining water after use.
6.
Always pour out the
7.
The iron is ready to use
8.
The iron must only be filled by
9.
Circle the letter of the correct sentence.
A All Morphy Richards irons have life long anti-scale.
B Some Morphy Richards irons have life long anti-scale.
C Morphy Richards irons don’t have life long anti-scale.
10. Where can you find a text like this?
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Task two
Answer the questions on page 5 by using the form below.
BUY A WONDER VACUUM CLEANER
ONLY £50!
ORDER NOW!
CALL TODAY—0274 537 972—OR COMPLETE THIS COUPON AND
POST TO: WONDER VACUUMS, PO BOX 382, EXETER, E5 3LJ
BLOCK CAPITALS PLEASE
I enclose my cheque/postal order made payable to
Wonder Vacuums
Please debit my Master Card/Visa/Switch/Delta Card
Card number
Valid from
Expiry date
/
Issue number (Switch only)
/
D.o.B.
Name (Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms)
Address
Postcode
Telephone (including local area code)
Signature
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Questions
Look at the form on page 4 and answer the following questions. For each question, only one of
the answers is correct.
(Please circle the letter of the correct answer)
11. This form is
A a job application
B an order form
C a booking form
12. The form asks for a D.o.B. Which one of these is a D.o.B.?
A Saturday 14th July
B August 2003
C 16 May 1967
13. ‘Call today’ means
A e-mail the company
B telephone the company
C visit the company
14. The form says ‘BLOCK CAPITALS PLEASE’. Which of these is correct?
A MATTHEW LINDON
B Matthew Lindon
C Matthew Lindon
15. This form requires your
A name, address and nationality
B name, address and signature
C name, telephone number and job
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Task three
Answer the questions on page 7 by using the information below.
STOCKBURY COLLEGE JOBS FAIR
Welcome to the Jobs Fair!
The Careers Advisors are available today from
10am–1pm and 2pm–6pm
Or you can make an appointment with Judy Richards:
0165 650 3409
Occupation
Room
Builder
200
Cook
201
Computer Programmer
202
Childcare
201
Electrician
200
Hairdresser
203
Journalist
202
Mechanic
200
Nurse
201
Office Worker
202
Painter & Decorator
200
Plumber
200
Receptionist
201
Teacher
203
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Questions
Look at the list on page 6 and answer the following questions. For each question, only one of
the answers is correct.
(Please circle the letter of the correct answer)
16. This sign
A asks you to buy something
B gives you information
C warns you of danger
17. Where would ‘Fireman’ come in the list?
A After ‘Office Worker’ and before ‘Plumber’
B Between ‘Electrician’ and ‘Hairdresser’
C Between ‘Journalist’ and ‘Mechanic’
18. Which occupation is not in room 200?
A Electrician
B Mechanic
C Hairdresser
19. Which occupations are in room 202?
A Office Worker and Plumber
B Computer Programmer and Office Worker
C Journalist and Nurse
20. To make an appointment you phone
A 0166 650 3409
B 0165 650 3489
C 0165 650 3409
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