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Tutors from King’s Glory Education and Beacon College say that questions usually touch on current issues, so brush up on world events before the test.
1. hefty 2. tourists have more money than locals   3. (i) shouldering (ii) upkeep (iii) fleeced
1. By making the victims fall in love with/develop romantic feelings for them 2. By (sending additional scammers) posing as staff from the anti-deception centre 3. D 4. B
1. halt 2. They couldn't see any future in it./The country was poor, incomes were low, and there was no call for the profession. 3. 1998 4. (i) civil servant  (ii) established
1. D 2. C 3. most of (Indian) society 4. D 5. It’s easier to find work/a job (in aviation) now than it was in the past.
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1. C 2. B 3. C 4. (i) exploding  (ii) share  (iii) accessible 5. D 6. C 7. A
1. C 2. A 3. D 4. It’s hard to find people with autism to come on the show [1 mark] / because some of them are too shy or don’t think it’s important to talk about autism [1 mark]
1. skyrocketed 2. (a) F (b) T (c) NG (d) T 3. (i) relay (ii) foolproof (iii) fluctuate