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  • Q1

    You are Scott/ Adriana, a journalist with a National Daily. Write a report about an accident which took place in your locality.
    Give the report a suitable headline. You may use the hints to form your report.

    Marks:10
    Answer:

    Collision of a sedan with a taxi----place: intersection between 85th street and Orrington boulevard---time: 8:45 AM---both drivers seriously injured----investigation into cause of collision launched----the drivers have been identified----sedan belongs to Charlie Newton, 45, taxi was driven by Jesse Carter, 31----both residents of New Jersey---latest reports on the conditions of both drivers awaited.

    Helpful Vocabulary:

    Head-on collision, rammed into, crushed by impact, grave injuries, accident prone intersection.

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  • Q2

    You are Clayton Summers, a reporter with The Chronicler- a British daily. Write a report on a pet adoption drive organized by a local NGO.

    Give a suitable headline.

    Marks:10
    Answer:

    Adoption drive by Caring Hearts Foundation sees huge turnout

    By Clayton Summers, Staff Correspondent

    Kent, 15th December, 2015: ‘Pets 4 Everyone’ the adoption drive organized by Caring Hearts Foundation (CHF) conducted yesterday at the central parade grounds was a huge success. Britons from all over Kent and surrounding areas happily went home with new furry family members.

    Caring Hearts Foundation is an NGO owned and operated by Ms Donna Sheridan and is dedicated to working for animal rights.

    “This is our fourth adoption drive this year and first one in Kent. We didn’t anticipate such a good response. All the pups and kittens we brought today were rescued or abandoned. It is touching to see how much people care for animals,” Sheridan was quoted as saying.

    By 5:30 PM, all the adoption stalls were empty. People from all age groups could be seen thronging the parade grounds in search of four-legged companions for themselves or their children.

    “We brought 5 cats and 7 dogs for adoption. All of them have found loving homes. It is so exciting,” Natasha, a volunteer with CHF, said.

    ‘Pets 4 Everyone’ was a joint venture by CHF and Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA). The duo intends to team up to organize more adoption drives across the country.

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  • Q3

    You are Julia/Kim. Write a report for your school magazine describing the summer camp organized by your school. Use a suitable title.

    Marks:25
    Answer:

    Summer camp organized by school for students of 6thyear-----students taken to beautiful campsite-----twenty students in total attended----week long camp----filled with wonderful activities----students learned swimming, fixing and setting up tents, surviving in forest------overall personality development-----better communication and survival skills-----a thoroughly enjoyable experience.

    Helpful Vocabulary:

    In the lap of nature, survival skills, surreal experience, lit bonfire, starlit nights, thoroughly rejuvenating

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  • Q4

    You are Scott/ Adriana, a journalist with a National Daily. Write a report about an accident which took place in your locality.

    Give the report a suitable headline. You may use the hints to form your report.

    Marks:25
    Answer:

    Collision of a sedan with a taxi-----place: intersection between 85th street and Orrington boulevard----time: 8:45 AM----both drivers seriously injured------investigation into cause of collision launched----the drivers have been identified-----sedan belongs to Charlie Newton, 45, taxi was driven by Jesse Carter, 31-----both residents of New Jersey---latest reports on the conditions of both drivers awaited.

    Helpful Vocabulary:

    Head-on collision, rammed into, crushed by impact, grave injuries, accident prone intersection

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  • Q5

    You are Clayton Summers, a reporter with The Chronicler- a British daily. Write a report on a pet adoption drive organized by a local NGO.

    Marks:25
    Answer:

    Adoption drive by Caring Hearts Foundation sees huge turnout

    By Clayton Summers, Staff Correspondent

    Kent, 15th December, 2015: ‘Pets 4 Everyone’ the adoption drive organized by Caring Hearts Foundation (CHF) conducted yesterday at the central parade grounds was a huge success. Britons from all over Kent and surrounding areas happily went home with new furry family members.

    Caring Hearts Foundation is an NGO owned and operated by Ms Donna Sheridan and is dedicated to working for animal rights.

    “This is our fourth adoption drive this year and first one in Kent. We didn’t anticipate such a good response. All the pups and kittens we brought today were rescued or abandoned. It is touching to see how much people care for animals,” Sheridan was quoted as saying.

    By 5:30 PM, all the adoption stalls were empty. People from all age groups could be seen thronging the parade grounds in search of four-legged companions for themselves or their children.

    “We brought 5 cats and 7 dogs for adoption. All of them have found loving homes. It is so exciting,” Natasha, a volunteer with CHF, said.

    ‘Pets 4 Everyone’ was a joint venture by CHF and Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA). The duo intends to team up to organize more adoption drives across the country.

    View Answer