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Listening comprehension Feb 19, 2009

Listening comprehension Feb 19, 2009

Listening comprehension

Listen to the audio file and answer the following questions:

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1. The three documentary movies on food were mainly concerned with
a). the taste of modern food.
b). the nutrition of modern food.
c). the dangers of modern food.
d). the internationalisation of modern food.

2. The government agencies which regulate food production are
a). doing an excellent job.
b). are often infiltrated by the food industry itself.
c). are over-staffed
d). function best in China

3. In developed countries most food is produced by
a). small, independent farmers.
b). only by private companies
c). governments
d). experimental farms

4. The "slow food" movement is very strong in
a). America
b). Italy
c). China
d). England

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