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PAU 2010 2011 JUNE B

WHAT´S IN A NAME?

1. a) F "In Britain, you can call a child almost everything... the only restrictions on parents relate to offensive words".
b) T "For example, there have been six boys named Gandalf..."

2. a) The Government didn´t let the couple to call their baby 4Real so they decided to choose the name "Superman" instead.
b) In some countries like UK names can´t be offensive; in other countries such as China they can´t contain symbols or letters from abroad and in other places such as Japan, Denmark or Germany parents must choose from a name list.

3. a) fashion
b) choose
c) Equally
d) such as

4. a) most important / for
b) If / searching
c) likes / mispronounced
d) baby´s name / whose

FOR NEXT DAY, MARCH 29TH

2010 2011 SEPTEMBER A & B

CLEOPATRA WAS NOT KILLED BY A SNAKE 
&
WHAT SHOULD WE DO ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE?

PAU 2010 2011 JUNE A

Self-driving Google Cars

1. a) F "With someone behind the wheel to take control...with only two human interventions"
1. b) T "Because the robot cars would eventually be less likely to crash...reducing fuel consumption"
(2 points)

2. a. It´s small and it carries a cylinder on the roof. It also has video cameras on it, radar sensors and a laser device.
2. b. They are less likely to have accidents, they are more safe and they waste less oil.

3. a) harder

b) actually

c) reducing

d) proof

(1 point)

4. a) bought / has been complaining

b) than / are lost

c) are / driving

d) by / an

(2 points)