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1 For Supervisor s Level 1 Spanish, Read and understand written language in Spanish in familiar contexts Credits: Six 9.30 am Wednesday 30 November 2005 Check that the National Student Number (NSN) on your admission slip is the same as the number at the top of this page. You should answer ALL the questions in this booklet. If you need more space for any answer, use the page(s) provided at the back of this booklet and clearly number the question. Check that this booklet has pages 2 8 in the correct order and that none of these pages is blank. YOU MUST HAND THIS BOOKLET TO THE SUPERVISOR AT THE END OF THE EXAMINATION. For Achievement Demonstrate good understanding of simple written Spanish language in familiar contexts. Achievement Criteria Achievement with Merit Demonstrate very good understanding of simple written Spanish language in familiar contexts. Overall Level of Performance Achievement with Excellence Demonstrate excellent understanding of simple written Spanish language in familiar contexts. New Zealand Qualifications Authority, 2005 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without the prior permission of the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

2 2 You are advised to spend 45 minutes answering the questions in this booklet. QUESTION ONE: Carmen s Postcard Read Carmen s postcard below. Answer the questions that follow, in English, in the spaces provided. Your answers must be based on the information you read. You will be rewarded for providing: all the information requested and detailed answers. Querida abuelita: 9 de julio Madrid es fabuloso! La ciudad está llena de edificios antiguos, iglesias hermosas y muchos restaurantes. Y la comida, qué rica! Se puede ver mucha gente en la calle a todas horas. Es muy diferente a Nueva Zelanda pero me encanta. Ayer por la tarde fui a una tienda de recuerdos para comprar un regalo para ti. Anoche fuimos a bailar, Amelia, su primo José Luis y yo. Qué bien baila ese chico! Después, Amelia volvió a casa y José Luis y yo tomamos algo en un café a las dos de la noche! Mañana él y yo vamos a pasar el día en el Parque del Retiro. Es muy divertido dar un paseo en barco en el lago. Luego, vamos a cenar en la casa de sus padres. Su padre es dentista y su mamá ayuda en la escuela de su hermanita. Va a ser muy triste dejar Madrid porque he hecho muchos amigos aquí. Un fuerte abrazo y muchos besos de tu nieta, Carmen (a) Who is Carmen writing to? (b) What country is Carmen visiting? (c) List FOUR things Carmen says about the city she is visiting. Give details. (1) (2) (3) (4)

3 3 (d) (i) What is the difference Carmen mentions between this place and New Zealand? (ii) How does Carmen feel about this difference? (e) What did Carmen do yesterday? Give details of THREE activities. Activity (1): Activity (2): Activity (3): (f) Who is José Luis? Give TWO details about José Luis. (1) (2) (g) What will Carmen do tomorrow? Give details of THREE activities. Activity (1): Activity (2): Activity (3): (h) What do the parents of José Luis do? Father: Mother: (i) How does Carmen feel about leaving this city? (j) Why will it be hard for Carmen to leave?

4 4 QUESTION TWO: A Busy Family Study the picture of A Busy Family on page 5. Read the statements in Spanish below. Match FIVE statements to the FIVE parts of the scene that are labelled A E. Write the letter (A E) next to the statement that describes it. Note: You will FIVE statements. There are TEN (10) statements that do not describe the scene. 1. Hay dos animales domésticos; un perro y un gato. 2. Al hijo mayor le gusta hacer su tarea en su habitación. 3. En el dormitorio a la derecha la puerta está cerrada. 4. El hijo menor está poniendo la mesa en el comedor. 5. Es posible ver siete lámparas en tres de los cuartos. 6. La familia vive en una casa con tres pisos y un sótano. 7. El padre se lava la cara mientras que la madre se viste. 8. La familia acaba de cenar en el comedor. 9. Todos los dormitorios están en el primer piso. 10. Solamente una de las mujeres está durmiendo. 11. La madre se peina y el padre se ducha. 12. La abuela y una de las hijas se relajan en la sala. 13. El cuarto de baño está entre la sala y el dormitorio. 14. El televisor está detrás del sofá en la sala. 15. Alguien está preparando algo para comer en la cocina.

5 5 This resource could not be reproduced for copyright reasons. See below. [Fabián A Samaniego, M Carol Brown, Patricia Hamilton Carlin, Sidney E Gorman, Carol L Sparks, Dime! Uno, p 408, DC Heath and Company, Toronto, Ontario, 1993.] A Busy Family

6 6 QUESTION THREE: An Interview Read the interview below. Answer the questions that follow, in English, in the spaces provided. Your answers must be based on the information you read. You will be rewarded for providing: all the information requested and detailed answers. Enrique habla con Ángela García, estudiante de quince años. Ángela va a un colegio bilingüe en Ponce, una ciudad de doscientas mil personas en la costa norte de Puerto Rico. Enrique: Ángela, conoces los Estados Unidos? Ángela: Sí, viví nueve años en Nueva York, y me gustó mucho. Enrique: Qué significa para ti ser bilingüe? Ángela: Una persona bilingüe habla dos idiomas pero es mucho más. Es necesario comprender la lengua para conocer otra gente, su cultura y su manera de vivir. Enrique: Hay diferencias entre Estados Unidos y Puerto Rico? Ángela: Sí, la gente y las costumbres. A los latinoamericanos les gusta estar en familia. Hacemos todo juntos. Los jóvenes estadounidenses son más independientes. Para ellos, los amigos son más importantes. (a) Give personal details about Ángela García. Age: Occupation: (b) What is the population of the city of Ponce?

7 7 (c) Where is the city of Ponce located? (d) (i) What is Ángela s experience with the United States? Give TWO details. (1) (2) (ii) How does Ángela feel about the United States? (e) What does being bilingual mean to Ángela? Give ALL details. (f) What are the differences between Americans and Puerto Ricans, according to Ángela s experience? Give ALL details.

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