Guess and correct what goes in the FCE Listening Part Two gaps

What can you guess about what kind of word goes in each of the gaps below? (As in the exam, you won’t be able to guess exactly what information should go in there). 

Jeremy has spent a ____________________________ on the holiday island of Mape.

Jeremy travelled around the island on a ___________________________ which he hired.

In a bay near Jeremy’s hotel, it’s possible to do windsurfing and ____________________, but not other sports.

Jeremy describes the locally produced hotel food as both __________________ and ______________.

Below the fold there are some suggested answers but with typical mistakes that candidates make in each case. Correct all the things there to make them match the gaps and be grammatically correct.

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Suggested answers with errors

Jeremy has spent a __________two days_____________ on the holiday island of Mape.

Most tourists arrive at Mape in what’s called a ___________a water taxi______________.

On one side of Jeremy’s hotel there is the beach, on the other there is a ____parking____.

The best thing about Port Mape is the wonderful ____________ great evening market ______________ which is held in the evening.

Jeremy travelled around the island on a _________motorbikes________ which he hired.

The northern part of the island has both beautiful __mountain_____ and frightening roads.

Jeremy was particularly impressed by the _____such incredible colours ____ of the fish.

Jeremy describes the locally produced food as both ___ simply_____ and _______fresh____.

Jeremy mentions __ no marmalade _______ as a type of food unavailable on the island.

Were you right about the kind of information that is in each gap? Should you have been able to guess more than you did?

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