Cambridge English, Proficiency masterclass, student’s book, Gude K., Duckworth M., Rogers L., 2012

Cambridge English, proficiency masterclass, student's book, Gude K., Duckworth M., Rogers L., 2012.

This fully-updated and revised edition of Proficiency Masterclass provides material which gives prospective candidates appropriate preparation and practice for the 2013 Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE) exam. The material in this course also provides opportunities for candidates to develop their English on a broader level for success in the real world beyond the exam.

The units in this Student's Book contain practice of exam-type tasks for all the parts of each paper in the exam. High-level vocabulary and grammar are developed throughout the course. The grammar syllabus is supported by a Grammar notes section (page 149) written by linguist George Yule. The Review section (page 166) contains exercises that review and consolidate the language covered in the main units.

Cambridge English, Proficiency masterclass, student's Book, Glide K., Duckworth M., Rogers L., 2012

Exam practice.

For questions 1-6, choose the answer (A, B, C or D) which you think fits best according to the text.

1 What is the writer implying in the first paragraph?
A Memories need to be recalled to make sure they do not disappear.
B We have no control over our memories but they are a part of us.
C Few people are interested in the lives of ordinary people.
D Obed Ramotswe was a most unfortunate man.

2 What is suggested about the local boys?
A They often tried to rob the people.
B The railway employees had little control over how they behaved.
C They were reluctant to get too close to the railway track.
D The passengers were rather irritated by their presence.

3 When talking about Mahalapye, Obed paints a picture of
A a group of houses reflecting a social divide.
B a village which was arranged neatly around the railway line.
C children receiving an education which was inadequate.
D local children who were encouraged to pursue their own culture.

4 What point is Obed making in paragraph F?
A The doctor was reluctant to tell him any bad news.
B He refuses to despair when hearing bad news.
C People react to bad news in very similar ways.
D Bad news is never as bad as it seems.

5 What does Obed imply in the last paragraph?
A He would like to see more of his only child.
B His life has been a hard struggle to make ends meet.
C He has found living in Africa a solitary experience.
D Despite problems, his achievements have been praiseworthy.

6 The overall impression Obed gives of life in Africa in his day is that it was a land where
A the problems of everyday life could easily be forgotten.
B there were opportunities for people to take advantage of.
C the geography had a profound effect on people's character.
D strong family ties and loyalties were paramount.


1 People & places.
2 Our environment.
3 Language & culture.
4 Family & relationships.
5 Safety & danger.
6 Health & lifestyle.
7 Science & technology.
8 Law & order.
9 Psychology & employment.
10 Entertainment & leisure.
11 Money matters.
12 Travel & tourism.

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