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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 Tuesday 5 December 2006 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 11 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, 2006 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: student experiences Read the article below about student experiences. Answer the questions that follow, in English, in the spaces provided on pages 2, 3 and 5. The text has been printed again on page 4 so that you will not have to turn back to this page. Your answers must be based on the information you read. You will be rewarded for providing: all the information requested and detailed answers. Os gusta viajar? Deseáis conocer a nuevos amigos? Queréis practicar vuestro español? Dos jóvenes neocelandeses nos cuentan sus experiencias como estudiantes de intercambio en España. Hola! Soy Kim. Fui a España el año pasado y viví con una familia muy simpática en Santander. El padre trabajaba en el banco y la madre era dependiente en una librería. La abuela vivía con la familia. Los dos hijos me enseñaron mucho español. Santander está en el norte. Hay muchos bosques y es muy verde porque llueve mucho. Hice excursiones a muchos lugares. Por ejemplo, practiqué el esquí en los Pirineos y me bañé en el Mar Mediterráneo. Me llamo Chris. Viví once meses en Málaga. El instituto era muy diferente. Las clases empezaban y terminaban más temprano y no llevaba uniforme. Qué bien! Hice muchos amigos en España. Después de las clases todos se reunían en las discotecas para bailar y escuchar música. Málaga está en el sur y tiene un clima muy seco. Siempre hacía mucho sol. Mi viaje a España fue una de las cosas más lindas en mi vida. Espero volver allí muy pronto. (a) What are the THREE questions asked in the first paragraph of the article? (3)

3 3 (b) Why did Kim and Chris go to Spain? (c) When did Kim go to Spain? (d) Give additional information about TWO of the family members who Kim lived with in Spain. Family member : Information: Family member : Information: (e) Describe Santander. Give FOUR details. (3) (4) (f) What are TWO activities that Kim did during trips to other places in Spain? Give details. (g) For how long did Chris live in Spain? (h) How are Spanish schools different from New Zealand schools? Give TWO differences. Difference : Difference : (i) What did Chris and his friends do after school in Málaga?

4 4 The text from page 2 has been printed again below. Continue with the questions for Question One on page 5. Os gusta viajar? Deseáis conocer a nuevos amigos? Queréis practicar vuestro español? Dos jóvenes neocelandeses nos cuentan sus experiencias como estudiantes de intercambio en España. Hola! Soy Kim. Fui a España el año pasado y viví con una familia muy simpática en Santander. El padre trabajaba en el banco y la madre era dependiente en una librería. La abuela vivía con la familia. Los dos hijos me enseñaron mucho español. Santander está en el norte. Hay muchos bosques y es muy verde porque llueve mucho. Hice excursiones a muchos lugares. Por ejemplo, practiqué el esquí en los Pirineos y me bañé en el Mar Mediterráneo. Me llamo Chris. Viví once meses en Málaga. El instituto era muy diferente. Las clases empezaban y terminaban más temprano y no llevaba uniforme. Qué bien! Hice muchos amigos en España. Después de las clases todos se reunían en las discotecas para bailar y escuchar música. Málaga está en el sur y tiene un clima muy seco. Siempre hacía mucho sol. Mi viaje a España fue una de las cosas más lindas en mi vida. Espero volver allí muy pronto.

5 5 (j) Describe Málaga. Give THREE details. (3) (k) Give detailed evidence from the text to show that Chris really enjoyed his time in Spain.

6 6 QUESTION TWO: A day out Study the five pictures about A Day Out on page 7 opposite. Read the statements in Spanish below. Match FIVE statements to the FIVE pictures (A E). Write the letter of the picture (A, B, C, D, E) next to the statement that describes it. Note: You will FIVE statements. There are TEN statements that do not describe any picture. 1. En el parque almorzaron con tres amigos. 2. La mujer abrió la puerta a su amiga. 3. A las chicas les gustó mucho la lluvia. 4. Eran las tres y media cuando se levantó. 5. Ellas fueron a casa para mirar una película. 6. Al chico no le gustaba montar en bicicleta. 7. Ellas caminaron al cine cerca de la ciudad. 8. La abuela se acostó demasiado tarde. 9. Estaban comiendo cuando empezó a llover. 10. Una de las mujeres estaba trabajando. 11. Las amigas se paseaban en bicicleta. 12. En casa las chicas prepararon la cena. 13. Las chicas volvieron al mercado a pie. 14. La puerta estaba cerrada cuando llegó. 15. Se despertó a las siete en punto.

7 7 A Day Out A This resource could not be reproduced for copyright reasons. See below. B This resource could not be reproduced for copyright reasons. See below. C This resource could not be reproduced for copyright reasons. See below. D This resource could not be reproduced for copyright reasons. See below. E This resource could not be reproduced for copyright reasons. See below. Source: Fabián A Samaniego, M Carol Brown, Patricia Hamilton Carlin, Sidney E Gorman, Carol L Sparks, (Lexington, Massachusetts: DC Heath and Company, 1994), Dime! Dos, p 434 (adapted).

8 8 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. Jacob es un joven de El Paso, Tejas. Habla con Ricardo sobre los hispanos en los Estados Unidos. Roberto: Jacob: Roberto: Jacob: Roberto: Jacob: Te gusta vivir en El Paso? Sí, me encanta porque está cerca de la frontera con México y yo siempre voy allí. Pero no me gusta porque es desierto y hace calor todo el tiempo. Quiero mudarme a Seattle porque es más pequeña y tiene un clima más fresco. Qué influencia tienen los hispanos en los Estados Unidos? Mucha! Se oye música latina por todas partes. En los deportes, los hispanos son muy fuertes en el beisbol. Y la comida mexicana, qué rica! Es importante hablar español en tu país? Por supuesto! Mucha gente tiene apellido español y se oye español por todas partes. Es más fácil encontrar un buen trabajo si sabes inglés y español. También se necesita el español para hacer comercio y para viajar. (a) What does Jacob like about El Paso? (b) What does Jacob NOT like about El Paso? (c) Why does Jacob talk about Seattle? Give ALL details.

9 (d) Give THREE cultural aspects that have been influenced by Hispanics in the United States. (3) (e) Explain why it is important to be able to speak Spanish in the United States. Give FOUR reasons with details. (3) (4) Illustration p 5: Rogelio Carles-Rosas

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