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Each programme focused mostly on the people at the top.

The amount of jargon they used is likely to have been too much for many viewers to contend with, and they may well have given up. If they did stick with the series, however, they will have been left in no doubt as to how complex the business of running large organizations is for those charged with doing so.

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This was clear from what the interviewees said, but the questioning was not probing enough, and they were not asked to explain or justify the sweeping statements they made.

B The overwhelming impression given to any viewer who watched all six episodes of Inside Business was of the extraordinary pressure that those running modern companies are obliged to operate under. This aspect detracted somewhat from what was an otherwise compelling insight into the workings of modern companies and may well have caused many viewers to change channels. The companies chosen made for good television because they all had very individual cultures and ways of operating, and as such could not be said to typify the norm in the world of the modern company.

Entertaining as this was, the portrayal of the firms begged all sorts of questions which were not touched on in the interviews. These gave the people in charge a very easy ride indeed, never challenging them to back up their often vague and contentious pronouncements on their approach to leadership.

Indeed, the viewer will have been left with the surprising feeling that many large and apparently successful organizations are run by people who enjoy their roles enormously because they avoid the harder aspects of responsibility by delegating them to others.

The series required some effort to get to grips with the issues covered, in particular in the interviews, which were not really accessible to the lay person and were instead conducted as one expert to another.

Having said that, the viewer ; who did put the effort in was rewarded with an absorbing insight into the workings of these well-known firms. They had each been carefully chosen to be representative of how large companies are structured and function at present, and : they had much in common with each other. The main message put across was how adept those in charge have to be in adapting to a constantly changing business world.

UM takes a different view from the others on the impression given in the series of what it is like to be at the top of a large organization? Six paragraphs have been removed fro m the article. Choosefrom the paragraphs A -G the one which fits each gap There is one extra paragraph which you do not need to use. M ark y o u r answers on the separate answer sheet.

She looked so dreadful when I found her in Antwerp that I hoped I had the wrong ship. Trade between Europe and North America is a footnote to the i great w est-east and north-south runs: companies leave it to older vessels.

Pembroke is battered and rusty, reeking of diesel and fishy chemicals. She is noisy, her bridge and stairwells patrolled by whistling drafts which rise to howls at sea. Her paintwork is wretched.

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The Atlantic has stripped her bow back to a rusted steel ; snarl. It felt like a desperate enterprise on a winter night, as the tide raced 1 us down the Scheldt estuary and spat us out into the North Sea.

According to the weather satellites, the Atlantic was storms from coast to coast, two systems meeting in the middle of our course.

On the far side, ice awaited. We were behind schedule, the captain desperate for speed. But even then, an ordinary day involved unpleasant jobs in extreme conditions. I joined a welding party that descended to the hold: a dripping, tilting cathedral composed of vast tanks of toxins and organophosphates, where a rusted hatch cover defied a cheap grinder blade in a fountain of sparks.

As we continued west, the wind thickened with sleet, then snow as the next storm arrived. Soon enough, we were in the midst of those feared storms.

A nightmare in darkness, a north Atlantic storm is like a wild dream by day, a region of racing elements and livid colour, bursting turquoise foam, violent sunlight, and darkening magenta waves. There is little you can do once committed , except lash everything down and enjoy what sleep you can before it becomes impossible. Pembroke is more than m long and weighs more than 38, tons, but the swells threw her about like a tin toy.

When they hit us squarely, the whole ship reared, groaning and staggering, shuddered by shocking force. The ice was not thick enough to hinder us; we passed Quebec City in a glittering blue dawn and made Montreal after sunset, its downtown towers rising out of the tundra night. Huge trucks came for our containers.

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Seafarers are not sentimental, but some are quite romantic. They would like to think we thought of them, particularly when the forecast says storms at sea. A Others felt the same. We felt our isolation like vulnerability; proof that we had chosen obscure, quixotic lives. C But it does not take long to develop affection for a ship, even the Pembroke —the time it takes her to carry you beyond swimming distance from land, in fact.

When I learnt what was waiting for us mid-ocean I became her ardent fan, despite all those deficiencies. The sailors are not told what they carry.

They just keep the ships going. The ocean moved in all directions at once and the waves became enormous, charging giants of liquid emerald, each demanding its own reckoning.

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G That feeling must have been obvious to the captain. PART 8 You are going to read an article about some children. For questions , choose fro m the sections o f the article A -E. The sections may be chosen more than once. When more than one answer is required, these may be given in any order. In which section o f the article are the following mentioned? This requires more signing, but the two sign language, invented by deaf children in a Nicaraguan school as signs can be used in combination with others to express different a means of communicating among themselves.

The Nicaraguan concepts. The development is of interest to linguists because children are well-known to it captures a principal quality linguists because they provide of human language - discrete an apparently unique example elements usable in different of people inventing a language from scratch. The phenomenon combinations - in contrast to the one sound, one meaning of animal started at a school for special education founded in As one human language,' said Dr.

Steven generation of children taught the Pinker, a cognitive scientist at Harvard University. Pidgins are rudimentary systems The children have been studied with minimal grammar and principally by Dr. Judy Kegi, utterances. But in a generation or a linguist at the University of two, the pidgins acquire grammar Southern Maine, and Dr. Ann Senghas, a cognitive scientist and become upgraded to what at Columbia University in New linguists call creoles.

Though many new languages have been created York City. In the latest study, published in Science magazine, Dr. Senghas shows that the younger children have now decomposed Senghas said, because its starting certain gestures into smaller component signs. From this raw material, the deaf children appear to be spontaneously fabricating the elements of language. Linguists have been engaged in a longstanding argument as to whether there is an innate, specialized neural machinery for learning language, as proposed by Noam Chomsky of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or whether everything is learned from scratch.

Senghas says her finding supports the view that language learning is innate, not purely cultural, since the Nicaraguan children's disaggregation of gestures appears to be spontaneous.

Her result also upholds the idea that children play an important part in converting a pidgin into a creole. Because children's minds are primed to learn the rules of grammar, it is thought, they spontaneously impose grammatical structure on a pidgin that doesn't have one. The Nicaraguan children are a living laboratory of language generation. Senghas, who has been visiting their school every year since , said she had noticed how the signs for numbers have developed.

Originally the children represented '20' by flicking the fingers of both hands in the air twice. But this cumbersome sign has been replaced with a form that can now be signed with one hand.

The children don't care that the new sign doesn't look like a 20, Dr. Senghas said; they just want a symbol that can be signed fast. Write yo u r answer in words in an appropriate style. You have made the notes below. You should explain which aspect you think is the most im portant regarding these TV shows and provide reasons to support your opinion.

You may, if you wish, make use of the opinions expressed in the discussion, but you should use your own words as far as possible. Write your answer in words in an appropriate style. Have you bought a new product recently, or had one bought for you?Send your review to the address below.

This requires more signing, but the two sign language, invented by deaf children in a Nicaraguan school as signs can be used in combination with others to express different a means of communicating among themselves.

B It contrasted with real life for many people. What will Mum do? Flying High Tiger is flying the micro-copter. The Atlantic has stripped her bow back to a rusted steel ; snarl. A nightmare in darkness, a north Atlantic storm is like a wild dream by day, a region of racing elements and livid colour, bursting turquoise foam, violent sunlight, and darkening magenta waves.

Originally the children represented '20' by flicking the fingers of both hands in the air twice. The reviews may be chosen more than once.

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