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You are given a piece of audio and some questions which correspond to the audio.

Each given question has four options A, B, C and D.

Choose the best option for each question.


Once all the questions have been answered, click on the check button.

Correct answers will appear in green, incorrect answers in red.

Your mark will be given as a percentage.


The pass mark for this exam is 60%, and you will hear the audio twice.

10:00 min.

You hear a conversation between Lucy and Marie about dance and how it affects them.

1) What truth does Lucy, the first speaker, express about her art?

  • A) You only get what you work for.
  • B) There will always be a limit to what can be achieved.
  • C) Life can often be cruel.
  • D) Success needs some degree of luck.

2) Lucy goes on to explain that, with dance, her focus is on

  • A) ignoring any pain that may be generated.
  • B) not accepting any limits on her progression.
  • C) showing her peers that she is unique.
  • D) an incremental augmentation in the level of her quality.

3) Going to MIDC was a particularly powerful experience for Lucy because

  • A) it was the first time she came across dancers as talented as herself.
  • B) it was her first experience of many new styles of dance.
  • C) it was the first time she came across people who looked at life as she did.
  • D) it was more challenging than she had expected.

4) What about school do Lucy and Marie agree about?

  • A) It was very frustrating.
  • B) It was limited.
  • C) It was too strict.
  • D) It was emotionally cruel.

5) What contrasting life skills do both speakers claim dance has taught them?

  • A) The strength to find something extra in themselves.
  • B) The ability to tolerate difficult situations.
  • C) The power to overcome the fear of failure.
  • D) The sensitivity to appreciate different styles of dance.

6) Marie articulates how dance

  • A) taught her to respect herself more.
  • B) showed her what she was capable of.
  • C) enabled her to become a more empathetic person.
  • D) convinced her of what could be achieved.