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KLT 2011 - AUDIODEEL

Today's Lesson
Listening Skills Practise
Introduction
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Today's Lesson
Listening Skills Practise
Introduction

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

How does Tim make sure a person matches their passport photograph?
A.   By looking first of all at the form of the face.
B.   By studying the general expression of the face. 
C.   By swiftly scanning the various details of the face.
Exercise 1

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

How does Tim make sure a person matches their passport photograph?
A
By looking first of all at the form of the face.
B
By studying the general expression of the face.
C
By swiftly scanning the various details of the face.

Slide 3 - Quizvraag

What does Tim Weatherall explain here about fake passports?
A.   That it takes many qualities to be able to spot them.
B.   That there are different ways of making them.
C.   That they can be detected in various ways.
Exercise 2

Slide 4 - Tekstslide

What does Tim Weatherall explain here about fake passports?
A
That it takes many qualities to be able to spot them.
B
That there are different ways of making them.
C
That they can be detected in various ways.

Slide 5 - Quizvraag

What does Peter White find intriguing?
A.   That people often behave angrily when they get caught at              passport fraud.
B.   That it is sometimes best to identify a person by means of a         picture.
C.   That there are so many ingenious instruments in the                          restricted area. 
Exercise 3

Slide 6 - Tekstslide

What does Peter White find intriguing?
A
That people often behave angrily when they get caught at passport fraud.
B
That it is sometimes best to identify a person by means of a picture.
C
That there are so many ingenious instruments in the restricted area.

Slide 7 - Quizvraag

What does Tim say about the fact that his girlfriend works in immigration as well?
A.   Thet make sure that they never work on the same shift                      together.
B.  It is an advantage that she knows all about problems he may       have at work. 
C.   It is difficult to leave work behind as they often talk about it           at home.
Exercise 4

Slide 8 - Tekstslide

What does Tim say about the fact that his girlfriend works in immigration as well?
A
Thet make sure that they never work on the same shift together.
B
It is an advantage that she knows all about problems he may have at work.
C
It is difficult to leave work behind as they often talk about it at home.

Slide 9 - Quizvraag

What does Matt Dyson say about the modern immigration officer?
A.   He is open about his profession.
B.   He interacts easily with people.
C.   He shows self-confidence in difficult situations.
Exercise 5

Slide 10 - Tekstslide

What does Matt Dyson say about the modern immigration officer?
A
He is open about his profession.
B
He interacts easily with people.
C
He shows self-confidence in difficult situations.

Slide 11 - Quizvraag

Why does Ian Farquhar give this interview?
A.   To scare off potential narcotics smugglers.
B.   To raise funds for better detection apparatuses.
C.   To improve the reputation of Immigration.
Exercise 6

Slide 12 - Tekstslide

Why does Ian Farquhar give this interview?
A
To scare off potential narcotics smugglers.
B
To raise funds for better detection apparatuses.
C
To improve the reputation of Immigration.

Slide 13 - Quizvraag

How do the officers distinguish 'drug mules' from ordinary passengers?
A.   By studying the reactions passengers give to a standard set         of questions.
B.   By examining all passengers that meet specific                                    characteristics.
C.   By scanning every passenger on flights from certain                         countries.
Exercise 7

Slide 14 - Tekstslide

How do the officers distinguish 'drug mules' from ordinary passengers?
A
By studying the reactions passengers give to a standard set of questions.
B
By examining all passengers that meet specific characteristics.
C
By scanning every passenger on flights from certain countries.

Slide 15 - Quizvraag

Why does Ian Farquhar use the words 'some lucky customs officer'?
A.   He is being ironic.
B.   He is being envious.
C.   He is being proud.
Exercise 8

Slide 16 - Tekstslide

Why does Ian Farquhar use the words 'some lucky customs officer'?
A
He is being ironic.
B
He is being envious.
C
He is being proud.

Slide 17 - Quizvraag

What does the iron scan sentinel machine do?
It shows that...
A.   a person is carring drugs with them at the moment.
B.   a person has been in a place where drugs were about.
C.   a person has been using any kind of drugs recently.
Exercise 9

Slide 18 - Tekstslide

What does the iron scan sentinel machine do?
A
it shows that a person is carring drugs with them at the moment.
B
it shows that a person has been in a place where drugs were about.
C
it shows that a person has been using any kind of drugs recently.

Slide 19 - Quizvraag

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Slide 20 - Tekstslide

Why does Ian Moir's story confirm Ian's worst fears about newspaper horoscopes?
A.   The papers that publish them do not take responsibility for           their content.
B.   They are written purely for entertainment, not for any                       serious purpose.
C.   They are written after certain rules which have nothing to               do with astrology.
Exercise 10

Slide 21 - Tekstslide

Why does Ian Moir's story confirm Ian's worst fears about newspaper horoscopes?
A
The papers that publish them do not take responsibility for their content.
B
They are written purely for entertainment, not for any serious purpose.
C
They are written after certain rules which have nothing to do with astrology.

Slide 22 - Quizvraag

Why are newspaper horoscopes so appealing?
A.   They allow the reader to indulge in fantasies.
B.   They seem to contain a personal message.
C.   They often come true in some way or another.
Exercise 11

Slide 23 - Tekstslide

Why are newspaper horoscopes so appealing?
A
They allow the reader to indulge in fantasies.
B
They seem to contain a personal message.
C
They often come true in some way or another.

Slide 24 - Quizvraag

What does Peter Whitfield say about astrology in the 17th century?
A.   It saw a rise and fall of its popularity.
B.   It became more and more accepted.
C.   It was replaced by religious practice.
Exercise 12

Slide 25 - Tekstslide

What does Peter Whitfield say about astrology in the 17th century?
A
It saw a rise and fall of its popularity.
B
It became more and more accepted.
C
It was replaced by religious practice.

Slide 26 - Quizvraag

What does Peter Whitfield describe here?
A.   How astrology changed from a belief to an art.
B.   How horoscopes found their way into the daily newspapers.
C.   Why traditional forecasting did not fit in the industrial                       environment.
Exercise 13

Slide 27 - Tekstslide

What does Peter Whitfield describe here?
A
How astrology changed from a belief to an art.
B
How horoscopes found their way into the daily newspapers.
C
Why traditional forecasting did not fit in the industrial environment.

Slide 28 - Quizvraag

Why does Peter Whitfield refer to the medival poet Chaucer?
A.   To illustrate how early astrologers lived and worked.
B.   To demonstrate the importance of astrology in the middle             ages.
C.   To make clear that astrology sprang from imagination.
Exercise 14

Slide 29 - Tekstslide

Why does Peter Whitfield refer to the medival poet Chaucer?
A
To illustrate how early astrologers lived and worked.
B
To demonstrate the importance of astrology in the middle ages.
C
To make clear that astrology sprang from imagination.

Slide 30 - Quizvraag

What is Rob Edwards' attitude towards astrology?
A.   He is a firm believer.
B.   He is a definite non-believer.
C.   He has his doubts about it.
Exercise 15

Slide 31 - Tekstslide

What is Rob Edwards' attitude towards astrology?
A
He is a firm believer.
B
He is a definite non-believer.
C
He has his doubts about it.

Slide 32 - Quizvraag

What does Rob Edwards say here about scientists?
A.   To them things like feelings and beauty are trivial.
B.   Their insight makes them enjoy things even more.
C.   They are only interested in their own subject-matter.
Exercise 16

Slide 33 - Tekstslide

What does Rob Edwards say here about scientists?
A
To them things like feelings and beauty are trivial.
B
Their insight makes them enjoy things even more.
C
They are only interested in their own subject-matter.

Slide 34 - Quizvraag

Why do people believe in horoscopes according to Sophia Dunn?
A.   It makes them feel both special and part of something big.
B.   It helps them deal with the insecurities of everyday life.
C.   It makes them feel they don't have to take charge of their               life.
Exercise 17

Slide 35 - Tekstslide

Why do people believe in horoscopes according to Sophia Dunn?
A
It makes them feel both special and part of something big.
B
It helps them deal with the insecurities of everyday life.
C
It makes them feel they don't have to take charge of their life.

Slide 36 - Quizvraag

What is meant by Douglas Adams' line in this context?
A.   Just enjoy the stars and the planets, stop looking for a                     deeper meaning.
B.   Why look at the sky when there are so many pretty things to         see on earth?
C.   Believing in the magic of astrology makes life so much more         enjoyable.
Exercise 18

Slide 37 - Tekstslide

What is meant by Douglas Adams' line in this context?
A
Just enjoy the stars and the planets, stop looking for a deeper meaning.
B
Why look at the sky when there are so many pretty things to see on earth?
C
Believing in the magic of astrology makes life so much more enjoyable.

Slide 38 - Quizvraag