Mock exam paper A Higher Level Marking Scheme

PRE-JUNIOR CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION, 2011

GERMAN - HIGHER LEVEL

Duration: 2 Hours 30 minutes

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

  1. In all cases the questions are to be answered in the spaces provided on this examination paper.
  2. Before the commencement of the Listening Comprehension test proper, you will have an opportunity of listening to the short introduction. If you cannot hear this section of the recording distinctly, you should immediately tell the Superintendent. You may not ask any questions or make any comment while the test is in progress.
  3. When you have finished Section I (Listening Comprehension) you should proceed immediately to answer Sections II and III of the paper.

SECTION I – LISTENING COMPREHENSION

(140 marks)

Listen very carefully to the recording and to the instructions given on it.

A

You will hear two extracts. They are from a recording made by pupils living in German-speaking countries. Rudi and Kim introduce themselves. Listen to them and fill in, in English, the details required below.

You will hear each extract three times. There will be a pause after each hearing.

Extract (1) Extract (2)

Name

Rudi

Kim

  1. What age is he/she?

15 2marks

13 2marks

  1. What is his/her birthday?

13th May 2marks

12th September 2marks

  1. Where does he/she lives?

Bavaria/Bayern 2marks

Augsburg 2marks

Berlin 2marks

Capital

  1. How many brothers and sisters has he/she?

1 sister and 2 brothers 2marks

Only child 2marks

  1. How many pets has he/she?
  2. And what are the names of the pet(s)?

Dog : and 6 goldfish 2marks

Rollo 2marks

Cat : Mimi 2marks

and a horse :Hans 2marks

  1. What does he/she collect?

Stamps 2marks

Postcards 2marks

  1. What subjects does he/she dislike?

Maths 2marks

None 2marks

Total 28 marks

B

You will hear three separate conversations. Listen carefully and answer the questions in English. You will hear each conversation twice. There will be a pause after each hearing.

  1. (Getting directions)
  2. Where does the tourist want to go?

Post office 2marks

(ii) What ...

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