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READING PASSAGE 

You should spend about 20 minutes on Questions 1-13, which are based on Reading Passage 1 on the following pages. 

Questions 1-7 

Reading Passage 1 has seven paragraphs, A-G. 

Choose the correct heading for each paragraph from the list of headings below Match the correct number, i-x, in boxes 1-7 on your answer sheet. 
1. Section A
ii Developing desirable characteristics

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viii An ancient species

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iv Influencing the outcome of conflicts

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vi A wide range of uses for domestic horses

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vii Horses in agriculture

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viii An ancient species

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ix An ideal form of transport

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iii Playing a less essential role

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i The fastest breeds of horses

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ii Developing desirable characteristics

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viii An ancient species

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iv Influencing the outcome of conflicts

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vi A wide range of uses for domestic horses

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vii Horses in agriculture

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viii An ancient species

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ix An ideal form of transport

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iii Playing a less essential role

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2. Section B
ii Developing desirable characteristics

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iv Influencing the outcome of conflicts

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vi A wide range of uses for domestic horses

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vii Horses in agriculture

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viii An ancient species

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ii Developing desirable characteristics

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viii An ancient species

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iv Influencing the outcome of conflicts

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vi A wide range of uses for domestic horses

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vii Horses in agriculture

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viii An ancient species

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ix An ideal form of transport

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iii Playing a less essential role

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3. Section C
ii Developing desirable characteristics

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iv Influencing the outcome of conflicts

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vi A wide range of uses for domestic horses

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vii Horses in agriculture

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viii An ancient species

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ix An ideal form of transport

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iii Playing a less essential role

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4 Section D
ii Developing desirable characteristics

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viii An ancient species

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iv Influencing the outcome of conflicts

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vi A wide range of uses for domestic horses

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vii Horses in agriculture

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viii An ancient species

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ix An ideal form of transport

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iii Playing a less essential role

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5 Section E
ii Developing desirable characteristics

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viii An ancient species

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iv Influencing the outcome of conflicts

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vi A wide range of uses for domestic horses

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vii Horses in agriculture

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viii An ancient species

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ix An ideal form of transport

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iii Playing a less essential role

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6 Section F
ii Developing desirable characteristics

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viii An ancient species

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iv Influencing the outcome of conflicts

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vi A wide range of uses for domestic horses

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vii Horses in agriculture

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viii An ancient species

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ix An ideal form of transport

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iii Playing a less essential role

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7 Section G
ii Developing desirable characteristics

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viii An ancient species

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iv Influencing the outcome of conflicts

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vi A wide range of uses for domestic horses

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vii Horses in agriculture

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viii An ancient species

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ix An ideal form of transport

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iii Playing a less essential role

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i The fastest breeds of horses

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Questions 8-10.Do the following statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage 1?In boxes 8-10 on your answer sheet, Choose 

TRUE if the statement agrees with the information FALSE if the statement contradicts the informationNOT GIVEN if there is no information on this 

8 The last of the wild horses lived around 10,000 years ago.
9 Initially people probably used domesticated horses to supplement their diet.
10 Methods of artificial selection have changed over the centuries.

Questions 11-13

 

Complete the sentences below.

Choose NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from the passage for each answer.

Write your answers in boxes 11-13 on your answer sheet.

 

11 Having greater weight at the    helps horses to pull heavy items.

12 As well as being quicker, horses have greater     than most other large animals.

13 Because of the way their    works, horses can keep moving all day long

READING PASSAGE 2You should spend about 20 minutes on Questions 14-26, which are based on Reading Passage 2 on the following pages.Questions 14-19Complete each sentence with the correct ending, A-G, below.Choose the correct letter, A-G, in boxes 14-19 on your answer sheet.
14. In rebranding, Shopper's Stop's objective was to attract
H customers with more money to spend

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D the items that consumers tended to buy

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E products that they hadn’t tried before

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I fashionable goods

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C customers who had stayed loyal to the company

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F a younger image

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B designs that were popular in other parts of the world

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G the shape of the logo

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A its brand image

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15. The mid-200s saw an alteration in
H customers with more money to spend

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16. In the mid-2000s young people were increasingly interested in buying
H customers with more money to spend

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D the items that consumers tended to buy

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17. Workshops showed that Shopper's Stop needed to modify
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18. The new advertising campaign was intended to give the Shopper's Stop brand
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19. The new tagline was intended to encourage consumers to buy
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H customers with more money to spend

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Questions 20-22.

Do the following statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage 2?

In boxes 20-22 on your answer sheet, write

TRUE if the statement agrees with the information

FALSE if the statement contradicts the information

NOT GIVEN if there is no information on this

 

20 When Shopper’s Stop first opened it sold products for all the family.   

21 Shopper’s Stop and Globus targeted similar sections of the market.   

22 The advertising campaign was used to launch new products.   

Questions 23-24 Choose TWO letters, A-E.Choose the correct letters in boxes 23 and 24 on your answer sheet.Which TWO of the following activities were among Shopper’s Stop’s initiatives to help customers? 
Questions 25-26 Choose TWO letters, A-E.Choose the correct letters in boxes 25 and 26 on your answer sheet.Which TWO of the following comments are reported about Shopper’s Stop’s rebranding?

READING PASSAGE 3

You should spend about 20 minutes on Questions 27-40,

which are based on Reading Passage 3 on the following pages.

Questions 27-31

Reading Passage 3 has seven paragraphs, A-G.

Which paragraph contains the following information?

Write the correct letter, A-G, in boxes 27-31 on your answer sheet.

27 Examples of maps showing features that cannot be seen on the ground.   

28 A list of media that have been used in the creation of maps  

29 Examples of the main function of maps in various periods and places.   

30 A contrast between different types of maps with regard to a requirement for accuracy.   

31 Speculation about reasons for a change in attitudes towards maps.  

Questions 32-39 Match each map with the correct purpose.

Write the correct letter, A-I, in boxes 32-39 on your answer sheet.
32 maps of Utopia
A to portray an area very roughly

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G to glorify the ruler of the country

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F to show the unimportance of human beings

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C to express political criticism

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H to contrast ideal and actual human development

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I to assist in the management of the country

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D to show variations in wealth

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E to show differences below ground level

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33 Charles Booth’s maps of London
A to portray an area very roughly

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G to glorify the ruler of the country

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F to show the unimportance of human beings

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C to express political criticism

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34 map commissioned by Nicholas Philpot Leader
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35 map of Bath area
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36 early modern Chinese maps
A to portray an area very roughly

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37 map of the Antarctic
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38 plan of Ostia harbor
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39 Hereford World Map
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Question 40Choose the correct letter A, B, C or D.Write the correct letter in box 40 on your answer sheet. 40 What is the best title for Reading Passage 3? 

 

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