Cargill Junior 2022 test
for 10 and 11 grades
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Listening part 1. You will hear five short extracts in which speakers are talking about meeting new people. Open audio for the listening exersize part 1.
Speaker 1 relates to
Listen and match each speaker with a photo.
Speaker 2 relates to
Listen and match each speaker with a photo.
Speaker 3 relates to
Listen and match each speaker with a photo.
Speaker 4 relates to
Listen and match each speaker with a photo.
Speaker 5 relates to
Listen and match each speaker with a photo.
Speaker 1 relates to a topic
Listen again. Match a speaker with a topic
Speaker 2 relates to a topic
Listen again. Match a speaker with a topic
Speaker 3 relates to a topic
Listen again. Match a speaker with a topic
Speaker 4 relates to a topic
Listen again. Match a speaker with a topic
Speaker 5 relates to a topic
Listen again. Match a speaker with a topic
Listening part 2. You overhear two students called Peter and Lilly talking about what they want to do when they finish their degree course. Open audio for the listening exersize part 2.
What do they agree would be the best thing to do?
What does Lilly feel strongly about?
Reading and use of English part 1. For next 8 questions, read the text below and decide which answer best fits each gap. There is an example at the beginning
Our obsession with recording every detail of our happiest moments could be (0) _____ our ability to remember them, according to new research.
This one done as an example
Fill the gap after number (1)
Dr Linda Henkel, from Fairfield University, Connecticut, described this as the ’photo-taking impairment effect’. She said, ’People often whip out their cameras almost mindlessly to (1) ______ a moment, to the point that they are missing what is happening ______ in front of them.
Fill the gap after number (2)
Dr Linda Henkel, from Fairfield University, Connecticut, described this as the ’photo-taking impairment effect’. She said, ’People often whip out their cameras almost mindlessly to ______ a moment, to the point that they are missing what is happening (2) ______ in front of them.
Fill the gap after number (3)
When people rely on technology to remember for them – (3) ______ on the camera to record the event and thus not needing to ______ to it fully themselves – it can have a negative ______ on how well they remember their experiences.
Fill the gap after number (4)
When people rely on technology to remember for them – ______ on the camera to record the event and thus not needing to (4) ______ to it fully themselves – it can have a negative ______ on how well they remember their experiences.
Fill the gap after number (5)
When people rely on technology to remember for them – ______ on the camera to record the event and thus not needing to ______ to it fully themselves – it can have a negative (5) ______ on how well they remember their experiences.
Fill the gap after number (6)
In Dr Henkel’s experiment, a group of university students were (6) ______ on a tour of a museum and asked to either photograph or try to remember object on display.
Fill the gap after number (7)
The next day each student’s memory was tested. The results showed that people were less (7) ______ in recognizing the objects they had photographed _______ with those they had only looked at.
Fill the gap after number (8)
The next day each student’s memory was tested. The results showed that people were less ______ in recognizing the objects they had photographed (8) _______ with those they had only looked at.
Reading and use of English part 2. For questions 9-16, read the text below and think of the word which best fits each gap. Use only one word in each gap. There is an example at the beginning.

Founded in 1972, the Veuve Clicqout Business Woman Award is celebrated in 27 countries. Veuve Clicqout has now introduced a new award (0) to compliment its Business Woman of the Year category. Called the New Generation Award, (9) ______ recognizes the best young female talent across business and corporate life.

The winner of the award, Kathryn Parsons, (10) ______innovative start-up company, Decoded, teaches people to code in a day, has joined the judging panel to help find this year’s winner. ’The importance of these awards cannot (11) ______ overestimated,’ she says. ’Women need role models that prove to (12) ______ that they can do it, too.’

The New Generation Award is open to entrepreneurial businesswomen (13) ______ the age of 25 and 35. They can run (14) ______ own businesses or hail from corporate life. ’This award isn’t about how much money you’ve made or how long you’ve been in business, it’s about recognizing young women (15) ______ a mission and a vision,’ says Parsons. ’We want to meet women who are working to (16) ______ the world a better place.’

Called the New Generation Award,  (9)  ______ recognizes the best young female talent across business and corporate life.
The winner of the award, Kathryn Parsons, (10) ______ innovative start-up company, Decoded, teaches people to code in a day, has joined the judging panel to help find this year’s winner.
’The importance of these awards cannot  (11)  ______  overestimated,’ she says.
’Women need role models that prove to  (12)  ______  that they can do it, too.’
The New Generation Award is open to entrepreneurial businesswomen (13) ______ the age of 25 and 35.
They can run (14) ______ own businesses or hail from corporate life.
 ’This award isn’t about how much money you’ve made or how long you’ve been in business, it’s about recognizing young women (15) ______ a mission and a vision,’ says Parsons.
 ’We want to meet women who are working to (16) ______ the world a better place.’

Reading and use of English part 3. For questions 17-24, read the text below. Use the word given in brackets to form a word that fits in the gap. There is an example at the beginning (0).


If you are thinking of leaving your job, you may think that handing in your letter of (0)  resignation   (resign) is the end of the matter. But an increasing number of companies now conduct ’exit interviews’ with staff.

For the employee, an exit interview may feel like an ideal opportunity to rant and rave about every little (17) ______ (annoy) that has troubled them since they got the job. But, (18) ______ (bear) in mind that you will probably still need a (19) ______ (refer) from these people, it is best to avoid getting angry or (20) ______ (emotion), and just answer the questions as calmly and with as much (21) ______ (honest) as possible.

For employers, the exit interview is a rare opportunity to gather some valuable information about the way staff perceive the company. Existing employees may not wish to cause (22) ______ (offend) to the boss or damage their chances of promotion, so are unlikely to (23) ______ (close) their real feelings about the company. However, someone who has already resigned is more likely to be (24) ______ (true) when giving their opinions.


Fill the gap after number (17)
For the employee, an exit interview may feel like an ideal opportunity to rant and rave about every little (17) ______ (annoy) that has troubled them since they got the job.
Fill the gap after number (18)
But, (18) ______ (bear) in mind that you will probably still need a  ______ (refer) from these people, it is best to avoid getting angry or  ______ (emotion), and just answer the questions as calmly and with as much  ______ (honest) as possible.
Fill the gap after number (19)
But,  ______ (bear) in mind that you will probably still need a (19) ______ (refer) from these people, it is best to avoid getting angry or  ______ (emotion), and just answer the questions as calmly and with as much  ______ (honest) as possible.
Fill the gap after number (20)
But,  ______ (bear) in mind that you will probably still need a  ______ (refer) from these people, it is best to avoid getting angry or (20) ______ (emotion), and just answer the questions as calmly and with as much  ______ (honest) as possible.
Fill the gap after number (21)
But,  ______ (bear) in mind that you will probably still need a  ______ (refer) from these people, it is best to avoid getting angry or  ______ (emotion), and just answer the questions as calmly and with as much (21) ______ (honest) as possible.
Fill the gap after number (22)
For employers, the exit interview is a rare opportunity to gather some valuable information about the way staff perceive the company. Existing employees may not wish to cause (22) ______ (offend) to the boss or damage their chances of promotion, so are unlikely to ______ (close) their real feelings about the company.
Fill the gap after number (23)
For employers, the exit interview is a rare opportunity to gather some valuable information about the way staff perceive the company. Existing employees may not wish to cause ______ (offend) to the boss or damage their chances of promotion, so are unlikely to (23) ______ (close) their real feelings about the company.
Fill the gap after number (24)
However, someone who has already resigned is more likely to be (24) ______ (true) when giving their opinions.

Reading and use of English part 4. The prepositions are omitted in the sentences. Add one to make them complete. Write full sentence in the form below question. Pay attention to start every sentence with capital letter, don't add extra gaps and also don't forget to put dot at the end of the sentence.



I am writing to inform you about some problems your service.
There are many people who take part sports.
We stayed in the hotel five days.
Apart from that, we had to pay breakfast, lunch and other costs.
They have a good variety of food as well good service.
Therefore, I would like to ask for a refund your company.
I would like to draw your attention the areas which need to be improved.
The reason this meeting is to collect money for poor children.

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