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Match the part of the car with its function.



KEY:

Al made the following notes about three engine problems. Match the

faults (l -3) to the possible causes (a-c).

Keys: 1 b 2 c 3 a

5. Describe the problems in Exercise 4 using the following phrases:

 

a faulty part; a sudden problem; a systematic problem; an installation problem;

an intermittent problem; caused by wear and tear; Its / It was ...; It's /It was probably ...; Perhaps its/ it was. ..; This is/was a ...

 

Suggested answers:

1 This is an intermittent problem. It's probably caused by wear and tear.

2 This was a sudden problem. It's probably a faulty part, or an installation problem.

3 This is a systematic problem. It's probably a faulty part, or an installation problem.

 

Analyse the problem described below. Underline the words in the box

That describe it.

major minor sudden systematic intermittent

Read the notes and assess the possible causes of the problem in

Exercise 6 using the words: It sounds like it's; It could be / It might be ; I doubt it's; It can't be ;

 

Suggested answers:

It can't be water in the fuel supply. (This would cause misfiring.) It could be a clogged fuel filter. (The engine is performing consistently, but is down on power.)

I doubt it's a compression leak. (This would probably result in increased fuel consumption, and would probably cause more major problems.) It can't be a lubrication problem. (This would cause overheating.) I doubt it's a blockage in the exhaust system. (This would cause more major problems.)

Writing

 

 

1. Choose the correct ending from to complete each of the following

Sentences in A and then produce a short article about Japanese cars.

 

A Let us consider what happened when Japanese cars Local manufacturers thought they were cheap But soon people noticed that they didn't break down At the same time, Japanese manufacturers started trying to Customers were delighted with the new cars The cars did more than simply satisfy customers' requirements,   as often as British or American cars.   which exceeded their expectations.   they provided value for money.   were first imported into the UK and America, and of low quality.   meet customer needs in terms of style and design.

 

KEY:

 

Let us consider what happened when Japanese cars were first

imported into the UK and America.

Local manufacturers thought they were cheap and of low quality.

But soon people noticed that they didn't break down as often as

British or American ears.

At the same time, Japanese manufacturers started trying to meet

customer needs interms ofstyle and design.

Customers were delighted with the new cars which exceeded their

expectations.

The cars did more than simply satisfy customers' requirements,

they provided value for money.

2. Match the letters (a-n) with the different parts of the letter (1-14).

 

1 salutation 2 signiture 3 letterhead 4 enclosures 5 complimentary close 6 final paragraph 7 sender's title 8 sender's address 9 main paragraph 10 website 11 introductory paragraph 12 date 13 sender's name 14 addressee's name and address e
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Business letter Key:

1e 8b

2j 9g

3a 10 n

4m 11 f

5i 12

6h 13

7 1 14 d

 

 

 

3. Mary McCann has filled in the form below. Write the following

Headings in the correct spaces on the form.

 

Business forms

Business address Company Date Date of birth Extension number First names Job title Marital status Place of birth Postcode Signature Surname Work telephone number

 

Surname McCANN

MARY ELIZABETH

ACE PROMOTIONS

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING

65 KINKLADZE WAY, LONDON

NW6 7TL

00 44 020 7965 4200

372

14 MAY 1969

CAIRO, EGYPT

MARRIED

20 JANUARY 2002

 
 

 


Key:

 


1 surname

2 first names

3 company

4 job title

5 business address

6 postcode

7 work telephone number

8 extension number

9 date of birth

10 place of birth

11 marital status

12 date

13 signature


4. Match the Archie Wong's CV information (a-j) with the correct headings (1-10).

The CV


 

f

 

KEY:

1 f 2 g 3 b 4 j 5 h 6 d

7 e 8 i 9 a 10

 

 


 

5. You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The chart below shows estimated world literacy rates by region and by gender for the year 2000. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information below. You should write at least 150 words.

 

 

Estimated world illiteracy rates, by region and by gender

 

Make a choice:

 

America First quite shows

Approximately higher rates South

Areas Latin rates States

Female Oceania report

 

In this report I w ill describe a bar chart that [1] .. illiteracy rates by gender and region for the year 2000. .. [2] I will look at male illiteracy for the 6 [3] .. lowest rates were in Developed Countries, Latin [4].... /Caribbean and East Asia/Oceania with rates of 1% (approximately), 10% and 8% ([5] . ) respectively. The rates for the next three areas were much [6] . and quite similar to each other. Sub-Saharan Africa, the Arab [7] and South Asia had rates of approximately 31%, 29% and 34% .

6. Select the best words from the list below to enter into the gaps in the

description that follows this graph:deduced; labelled; passing; shows;

This line graph (1) .. how volume of gas

rises in response to rise in temperature.

The horizontal axis is labelled "Temperature/K"

and is marked from 0 to 600 at intervals of 100K.

The vertical axis is (2) "volume/cm3" and is marked from 0 to 2 at intervals of 1cm3. There is no grid on the graph, the scale is too small for accurate readings but the three points marked can be (3) from the text and Table 7.1. The line is straight, it starts at the origin, is a dotted line to the point temperature = 273K, volume 1cm3, then is a solid line (4) through the point

temperature = 373K, volume 1.37cm3, rising to the point temperature = 473K, volume 1.73cm3.

Key: (1) shows (2) labelled (3) deduced (4) passing

7. Select the best words from the list below to enter into the gaps in the

description that follows this graph:

about costs falls line miles

This (1)_____ graph shows the average value of a pickup truck versus the mileage on the truck. When the truck is new, it (2)_____ $14000. The more the truck is driven, the more its value (3)_____ according to the curve above. Its value falls $2000 the first 20000 (4)_____ it is driven. When the mileage is 80000, the truck's value is (5)_____ $4000.

Key: (1) line (2) costs (3) falls (4) miles (5) about

 

8. Select the best words from the list below to enter into the gaps in the

description that follows this graph:

each government in prices red relatively

This graph illustrates the wide regional variations in the (1)__________ (Dollar per Litre) of different oil products for 2008. However, these price variations are not due to differences in crude oil prices, but to varying levels of taxation (2)__________ the major consuming nations. The blue portion of the bar graph above shows how much of the price of (3)__________ litre of oil goes to oil producers; the yellow portion represents what goes to cover the industry margin; and the (4)__________ portion presents the amount that goes to national government taxes. The graph indicates that tax levels range from (5)__________ low levels in the USA to very high levels in many European countries. In the UK for example, the (6)__________ generated substantially more from taxation than what OPEC Member Countries received from the sale of their oil.

 

Key: (1)prices (2)in (3)each (4)red (5)relatively (6)government

 

9. Connect fragments, given below, with suitable defenition:

 


a postcard an invitation (informal) a formal reply

a letter to friends an informal reply a business letter

a fax an invitation (formal) a job application

 

 

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