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1 Centre Number Student Number 2010 HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION Spanish Beginners Total marks 80 Section I Pages 2 6 General Instructions Reading time 10 minutes Working time 2 hours and 30 minutes Write using black or blue pen Monolingual and/or bilingual print dictionaries may be used Write your Centre Number and Student Number at the top of this page and pages 9, 17 and marks Attempt Questions 1 11 This section should take approximately 40 minutes Section II Pages marks Attempt Questions Allow about 1 hour for this section Section III Pages marks This section has two parts, Part A and Part B Allow about 50 minutes for this section Part A 10 marks Attempt Questions Part B 10 marks Attempt Question

2 Section I Listening 30 marks Attempt Questions 1 11 This section should take approximately 40 minutes You will hear ELEVEN texts. Each text will be read twice. The question for each text will be read once before the first reading of the text. There will be a pause after the first reading in which you may make notes. However, you may make notes at any time. You will be given adequate time after the second reading to complete your answer. Answer the questions in ENGLISH in the spaces provided. These spaces provide guidance for the expected length of response. In the case of multiple-choice questions, tick the box that corresponds to the correct response. You may proceed to Section II as soon as you have finished Question 11. Question 1 (2 marks) What trade-off do the brother and sister agree to? 2 Candidate s Notes Question 2 (1 mark) Which picture best fits the description of Kelly? 1 (A) (B) (C) (D) 2

3 Question 3 (2 marks) Why is speaking another language essential for this job? 2 Candidate s Notes Question 4 (2 marks) What are the two reasons for Diego s bad mood? 2 Question 5 (3 marks) Complete the message pad in English. 3 PHONE MESSAGES Message for: Mr Sanchez First name Please call: Emilia Surname Phone number: Regarding: 3

4 Question 6 (3 marks) Why is Anita going to ring David Pérez? 3 Candidate s Notes Question 7 (3 marks) How does this radio item support parents with young children? 3 Question 8 (4 marks) Summarise the four arguments used by the mother to persuade Carlos to move to Granada. Include only the main points

5 Question 9 (1 mark) What is the main purpose of this announcement? 1 Candidate s Notes (A) To persuade customers to try the new service (B) To warn customers of changes in trading hours (C) To inform customers of the opening of a new cafe (D) To thank customers for supporting the charity drive Question 10 (4 marks) Describe the relationship between the speaker and Gabriela. Justify 4 your response. 5

6 Question 11 (5 marks) Explain how the woman s opinion about travelling changes during the 5 course of the interview. Candidate s Notes You may now proceed to Section II 6

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9 2010 HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION Spanish Beginners Section II Reading 30 marks Attempt Questions Allow about 1 hour for this section Centre Number Student Number Read the texts, then answer the questions in ENGLISH in the spaces provided. These spaces provide guidance for the expected length of response. Question 12 (4 marks) Please turn over

10 Question 12 (4 marks) Read the text, then answer the questions that follow. Vamos Chicos La revista mensual para chicos y chicas de 15 a 19 años Página En este número 5: Tú hablas - Nuestros lectores nos escriben 17: Reportaje - Cómo organizar la mejor fiesta playera 24: Entrevista - Hablamos con Jimenete la nueva estrella del motociclismo 35: Estilo - Para él y para ella. Prendas y accesorios para lucir en la playa 44: Concurso - Participa y gana un viaje a Nueva York 63: Guía del ocio - Tele, libros, conciertos, películas (a) What is the target audience for this publication? 1 (b) You enjoy entering competitions. To which page would you turn? 1 (c) Which pages might interest someone planning to spend a lot of time at the beach? 2 10

11 Question 13 (6 marks) Read the text, then answer the questions that follow. Empleo a tiempo parcial Buscamos una persona responsable, de lunes a viernes, desde las tres y media hasta las siete y media de la tarde. Para este trabajo tienes que ser paciente y bien organizado/a ya que tendrás a tu cargo dos niños menores. También necesitas el permiso de conducir porque deberás ir a buscarlos al colegio. Es esencial saber cocinar, debido a que uno de los requisitos del puesto es preparar la cena para los niños. Además, sería preferible tener un buen nivel académico para poder ayudar a los niños con sus deberes escolares. Si eres la persona adecuada, por favor llama al Se necesitan referencias de empleos previos. (a) When would the applicant for this job need to be available? 2 (b) Describe a suitable applicant. Give reasons based on the text. 4 11

12 Question 14 (8 marks) Read the text, then answer the questions that follow. La juventud de hoy participa más y más en la vida política Una encuesta municipal reciente revela que las preocupaciones principales de los jóvenes son la seguridad personal, el acceso a la educación, los servicios para la juventud y el medio ambiente. También indica que los jóvenes reconocen que las decisiones tomadas por los políticos afectan todos los aspectos de sus vidas. Miguel Mendoza, un joven universitario quien representa a su comunidad local en el ayuntamiento, dice que toda su vida se ha interesado en la política ya que siempre se discutían estos temas en reuniones familiares. Según él, ser la voz de la juventud en un foro político es muy poderoso y poder influenciar el voto en asuntos que afectan a los jóvenes es muy emocionante. Además, proponer y discutir leyes que mejoran el nivel de vida de toda la comunidad hace que uno se sienta muy orgulloso. Otro beneficio de esta participación es el conocimiento más profundo que uno adquiere al entender cómo funciona el sistema gubernamental. Esta experiencia facilita a una persona joven una posible carrera en el mundo político a nivel regional o nacional. Miguel anima a los jóvenes a que participen en la vida política de sus comunidades. (a) What is the topic of this article? 1 (b) What information did the recent council survey reveal? 3 Question 14 continues on page 13 12

13 Question 14 (continued) (c) According to Miguel, what are the advantages of being involved in local government? 4 End of Question 14 13

14 Question 15 (12 marks) Read the text, then answer the questions that follow. Regístrate Buscador Noticias Envía a un amigo FORO: DE VACACIONES Tema: Cuál es la mejor temporada para ir de vacaciones? Amelia 16:23 sábado, 9 de octubre 2010 Es mejor ir de vacaciones en verano porque el sol y el calor contribuyen a que lo disfrutes más. No necesitas llevar tanta ropa y eso deja espacio en el equipaje para esos recuerdos que son tan esenciales. También hay muchísimas más actividades que uno puede hacer. Las vacaciones de verano son las mejores! Enrique 18:37 sábado, 9 de octubre 2010 Pues, yo pienso lo opuesto. Yo prefiero ir de vacaciones en invierno cuando hay menos gente. De esta forma, puedo disfrutar de los museos y otras atracciones sin tener que soportar una gran cantidad de turistas. Siempre hay cafeterías y pequeños rincones donde uno se puede meter cuando el clima se pone feo, y así también se conoce más a los habitantes de la ciudad. María Isabel 21:03 sábado, 9 de octubre 2010 Yo creo que Enrique lo tiene bien pensado. Para mí es mejor tomar las vacaciones durante el invierno, porque me encanta esquiar. Me pierdo en el silencio de la montaña. Me doy cuenta de que formo parte de un gran universo. Odio estar en un lugar con tanta gente que no puedo disfrutar de lo que he venido a ver o hacer, y es más fácil encontrar alojamiento, lo cual puede resultar aún más barato. Además hay descuentos y ofertas de transporte. Felix 10:14 domingo, 10 de octubre 2010 He decidido contribuir a este foro porque realmente la temporada que uno escoge depende mucho de lo que uno quiere hacer. Creo que se necesita una perspectiva equilibrada. Si tu idea es pasarte el día adentro, pues, el clima no importa tanto. En cambio, si prefieres pasarte un día muy activo, entonces, sí importa el clima. Cada uno con su gusto. Pienso que la moderación en todo es importante, y por eso yo elijo el otoño porque no hace ni calor ni frío! Question 15 continues on page 15 14

15 Question 15 (continued) Regístrate Buscador Noticias Envía a un amigo Jaime (Agencia Cuatro Rincones del Mundo) 11:17 domingo, 10 de octubre 2010 Quiero hacerles saber que les puedo ayudar cuando quieran tomar las próximas vacaciones. No importa la temporada. Yo les puedo conseguir vuelos más baratos, alojamiento a precios muy razonables, y además, muchos descuentos en entradas y comidas. Tengo muchos contactos y mucha experiencia en conseguir lo mejor para mis clientes. No se vayan de vacaciones sin ponerse en contacto conmigo: Hugo 13:42 domingo, 10 de octubre 2010 Siempre voy de vacaciones en invierno porque a mí tampoco me gusta la gente. Sobre todo detesto la obsesión de muchas personas por las cosas frívolas de la vida. No hay nada mejor que caminar en la nieve y respirar el aire puro de las montañas. Allí te sientes más cerca de la naturaleza y libre de las preocupaciones cotidianas. Tomar las vacaciones en invierno es una decisión bien pensada. No sólo puedes encontrar alojamiento barato, sino que también los vuelos cuestan menos. Además si llevas ropa térmica no te tienes que preocupar por resfriarte. (a) What do Amelia and Enrique disagree about? 1 (b) Why is Felix contributing to the forum? 2 (c) How useful is the information provided by Jaime? 3 Question 15 continues on page 16 15

16 Question 15 (continued) (d) Which two members of this forum are most likely to enjoy the same holiday? Justify your answer. 6 End of Question Board of Studies NSW 2010

17 2010 HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION Spanish Beginners Section III Writing in Spanish 20 marks Allow about 50 minutes for this section Part A 10 marks Attempt Questions Centre Number Student Number Answer the questions in the spaces provided. These spaces provide guidance for the expected length of response. In your answers you will be assessed on how well you: demonstrate the relevance of information and ideas write text appropriate to context, purpose and audience structure and sequence information and ideas demonstrate control of a range of language structures and vocabulary in Spanish Question 16 (4 marks) Write a short note of thanks to a Spanish-speaking cousin who has sent you a gift to mark a special occasion. Write approximately 40 words in SPANISH

18 Question 17 (6 marks) Your best friend is travelling to a Spanish-speaking country where he/she intends to visit one of your relatives living there. Write a brief letter to introduce your friend. Write approximately 85 words in SPANISH Board of Studies NSW 2010

19 2010 HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION Spanish Beginners Section III (continued) Part B 10 marks Attempt Question 18 Centre Number Student Number Answer the question in the space provided. This space provides guidance for the expected length of response. In your answer you will be assessed on how well you: demonstrate the relevance of information and ideas write text appropriate to context, purpose and audience structure and sequence information and ideas demonstrate control of a range of language structures and vocabulary in Spanish Question 18 (10 marks) Answer ONE of the following questions. Write approximately 125 words in SPANISH. (a) Estamos a mediados de enero y has terminado la secundaria. Escribe en tu diario sobre cómo piensas que va a cambiar tu vida de ahora en adelante. It is mid-january and you have finished high school. Write a diary entry about how you expect your life to change from now on. 10 OR (b) Escribe en tu diario recordando un fin de semana memorable que has tenido recientemente. Write a diary entry describing a memorable weekend you had recently. 10 Question 18 continues on page

20 Question attempted 18 ( ) End of paper 20 Board of Studies NSW 2010

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