Part 1 consists of a short text with eight gaps. The text is then followed by eight groups of four words or phrases (A, B, C or D), each of which corresponds to a gap. Candidates must select which of the four words or sentences in the set correctly fills the gap.
Part 2 consists of a short text with eight gaps in it. To fill each gap, candidates must draw on their knowledge of content structure and comprehension. Candidates must think of a term that will correctly fill the gap.
Part 3 is a short text with eight gaps. A stem word in capital letters appears at the end of some of the lines, separated from the text on the right. To fill each gap, candidates must build an appropriate word from the given stem words.
Part 4 is made up of six questions (plus an example). Each question has a complete lead- in sentence, a key word, and a gapped sentence. Candidates must fill in the blank in the second sentence so that it means the same as the lead-in sentence.
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