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Here are the Passages and the Questions. Imagine that you are Rosemarie Alecio, the writer of the article. You have just returned home from your trip to the Andes and have agreed to be interviewed by your local radio station.
The interviewer asks the following three questions only: Write the words of the interview, beginning with the first question. Base your interview on what you have read in Passage A.
Be careful to use your own words. Up to 15 marks are available for the content of your answer, and up to 5 marks for the quality of your writing. What did you hope to experience in the Andes?
At meters above sea level, we already reached our first stop, Merida. The delightful land, entirely clad in snow, would be a perfect welcome. Los Nevados, a village in the lap of the Andes across a pass, was an adventure only a few undertake, of whom I was one. I could not imagine the excitement I would experience while capturing the wonderful view in my camera during a cherishable journey in a cable car.
Was the trip everything you expected?
The cable car trip that holds the record of being the longest and to the greatest altitude awed me. Within half an hour, I was at a height great enough to take my breath. What advice would you give to anyone intending to go on such a trip?
Movement causes immense pain to stiff muscles. Be trained to handle extreme situations. Traveling with guides or locals is advised. Wear woolens, jeans and thick boots. Always believe that safety comes before everything. A planned trip is a must and do take a camera to avoid regret later.View Notes - cambridge chaeckpoint from ENGLISH at Cambridge.
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Now that you have finished your research paper, what advice would you provide to students starting this course?
After finishing my research paper the advise I would give to students starting this course is very simple. Follow the syllabus every week and you will get the results you want at the end of the course. Not all English as a second language exams have the option of writing a short story, but the Cambridge First Certificate exam does, and so do some others, so it is necessary to know how to write one.
Students often choose to write a story in the second part of the writing section in Cambridge First.
3 Reading Skills Understand the obvious meaning of a text Understand the less obvious or hidden meaning of a text Use the facts, idea and opinions of the text and use them to inspire something new.
Writing Skills Put experiences accurately into words, including thoughts and feelings. Use a range of appropriate vocabulary to reflect the char-.