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    (Original post by TelephoneBox)
    I did exactly the same

    I guessed at that one, I heard "90 years old" so I just said survived to 90

    Can someone tell me the most difficult thing in the person's university life? It was in the reading.
    I could be wrong but I think it was something about her getting married for the second time at 90 years old? I think there was a 'se casa' in there or something...
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    (Original post by maxwynne)
    I could be wrong but I think it was something about her getting married for the second time at 90 years old? I think there was a 'se casa' in there or something...
    No you are right. My teacher was in the room and afterwards he said the same thing.


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    Could anyone put up an unofficial mark scheme?
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    (Original post by Jay-Dee)
    They definitely said something along the lines of 'segunda vez', I think they meant it was the second time they had interviewed her.

    I also said she reached 90!
    Thought the woman was a man and wrote "he"... -_-


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    The best thing was she got to bring her boyfriend


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    Birds on island
    Fires in forests
    Rubbish in river


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    (Original post by HugeBicepLAD)
    Birds on island
    Fires in forests
    Rubbish in river


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    Damnnnn. No. Please no.


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    She opened a clinic for drug addicts
    He helped victims of AIDS
    She wrote a book about school bullying
    She married for the second time at 90


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    Whoops, I got that Yolanda Blanco question completely wrong, I couldn't understand anything except "segendua vez"...

    There was a question in the listening paper about a person who applied for a job somewhere and they'd been told what to do, and two of the choices were something like "call them up today" or "come for an interview" - I put call them up, which one was it??
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    (Original post by HugeBicepLAD)
    The best thing was she got to bring her boyfriend


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    Reckon they would accept going with boyfriend?
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    Give out hot meals to older people
    Organise charity concerts for victims of flood
    Collect school materials to give to third world countries


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    (Original post by Human156)
    Whoops, I got that Yolanda Blanco question completely wrong, I couldn't understand anything except "segendua vez"...

    There was a question in the listening paper about a person who applied for a job somewhere and they'd been told what to do, and two of the choices were something like "call them up today" or "come for an interview" - I put call them up, which one was it??
    I put go for an interview.
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    OMG, that was one of the best Spanish exams I've ever sat! I'm predicted a B (got 2 Bs in the controlled assessments) but wow, after this I think I might just scrape an A >.< fingers crossed!

    How much did everyone revise? I just went through some of the key vocab and connectives.
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    Doctors: more pay
    Flight attendant: free flights
    Policeman: flexible hours
    Musician: free mornings


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    (Original post by HugeBicepLAD)
    Advantages:
    Doctors: more pay
    Flight attendant: free flights
    Policeman: flexible hours
    Musician: free mornings


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    Do you mean that they are free in the mornings?
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    (Original post by Human156)
    Whoops, I got that Yolanda Blanco question completely wrong, I couldn't understand anything except "segendua vez"...

    There was a question in the listening paper about a person who applied for a job somewhere and they'd been told what to do, and two of the choices were something like "call them up today" or "come for an interview" - I put call them up, which one was it??
    Come for an interview

    and the one under that was

    there is no jobs left


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    Just wondering, how strict does the mark scheme tend to be? Like I put doctor at drug addicts clinic, and got married at 90, because I didn't hear all the words:/
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    (Original post by NightStrider)
    Do you mean that they are free in the mornings?
    Like they don't work in the mornings


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    (Original post by HugeBicepLAD)
    Come for an interview

    and the one under that was

    there is no jobs left


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    You know this stuff? Could you put an unofficial mark scheme? Would be appreiciated SO MUCH!
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    (Original post by NightStrider)
    I put go for an interview.
    I agree. I think there was a mañana somewhere.
 
 
 
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