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Remember that using a range of vocabulary and rephrasing words from the question or labels is important where possible.
Read the Task 1 essay below and find words in the text which have the same meaning as those in the list. Type your answers in the space provided.
The diagram shows the common design of a house in North America, the home is quite large and there are 8 labelled parts to the diagram.
The house can be divided into three clear parts; the garage area, the nested storey above the garage and to the right of these is the ground floor section. The nested storey, which is elevated above the garage, has a low gradient roof.
The dwelling has a sizeable double garage which also includes an extra entrance way . Access to the house is at the rear of the building. A ventilation window can be seen above the double garage door.
The building has four separate roofs, three of which are low gradient. The ground floor section roof is different in that it has a sharp slope . Five sets of windows can be seen in the illustration ; the largest are located at the front of the nested storey, on the side of the garage at the front of the ground floor section.
This ends the depiction of the diagram.
Correct 10 / 10 PointsIncorrect / 10 Points
- Another way of saying typical used in the text is
- Another way of saying house or home used in the text is
- Another way of saying additional used in the text is
- Another way of saying door or doorway used in the text is (2 words)
- Another way of saying entry used in the text is
- Another way of saying gradient used in the text is
- Another way of saying high used in the text is
- Another way of saying large used in the text is
- Another way of saying diagram used in the text is
- Another way of saying description used in the text is
The candidate has written the following introductory sentence for the Task 1 shown above:
The data shows the duration of international vacations and regions visited by British tourists in 1950 and 1990.
Which words has the candidate used to replace the following vocabulary given in the question? Type your answers in the spaces provided.
Correct 6 / 6 PointsIncorrect / 6 Points
The candidate has changed…
- overseas to
- holidays to
- holidaymakers to
- from the UK to
- places to
- length to
Look at the plan for the Task 1 essay about the diagram of the light bulb. How have the ideas been planned? Select the correct answer.
- electric contact
- glass bulb
- low pressure
- inert gas
- contact wire (in)
- contact wire (out)
- support wires
- tungsten filament
Read the report below. One of the labelled parts of the diagram has been accidentally missed out by the writer. Which part has not been described? Type your answer in the space provided.
The illustration portrays an electric light bulb for home use; it shows the outer and inner structure of the light bulb, and there are 9 labelled parts to the diagram.
A globular glass bulb surrounds all other parts; on the outside of the light bulb there is an electrical contact point at the base and a metal cap just above this contact; the bulb, cap and electrical contact are the only external parts of the light bulb.
Inside, the light bulb is filled with low pressure inert gas; there is a broad stem in the middle of the product which rises up from the cap.
Two contact wires; contact wire in, which is green and contact wire out which is blue, run up each side of the stem. The tungsten filament, which is spiral in shape, lies parallel across the two contact wires.
This ends the description of the light bulb and its components which are seen in the diagram.
There is no reference to the