1. When the first
day of the job arrived the writer was surprised
A. that the day had come round
B. because she'd forgotten to write down the date.
she witnessed a car chase on the way.
D. that she woke up at dawn.
When the writer arrived to start her job she
A. put the children into pairs.
realised she should have done more preparation.
C. felt confident she could
deal with 10 and 11 year olds.
D. saw the children had brought their own electronic
games to play with.
According to the writer, the parents were
A. happy to stay with their children
B. worried about children from the other schools.
C. nervous that
their children might not behave themselves.
D. glad to leave their children.
The writer's best moment
A. occurred in the middle of the day.
her by surprise.
C. was hard to put into words.
D. was when the day was
According to the writer, adults
A. think that being a child is a privilege.
sometimes forget that children have worries too.
C. are usually exhausted by
bringing up their children.
D. don't have a stressful life.
What is the writer's attitude by the end of the day?
A. She could imagine doing
the job again next time.
B. She was sad to say good bye to the chidlren.
She was disappointed with the experience.
D. She hopes the playscheme will
be longer in future.