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67. The actual cost of a school meal in France averages
around the equivalent of HK$60, but fortunately pupils do
not need to pay the full cost.
• A. About 50% of the        • F. Upper secondary
  cost is subsidised and       institutions offer free
  the rest is borne by         lunches, although some
  parents according to a       can charge parents.
  means-tested five-tier
  scale.                     • The word “full” implies
• 67 tells us that pupils      that parents do pay a
  don’t pay the full cost      part of the cost.
  and “A” explains how       • A = Correct
  school meals are paid
  for.
68. School meals in France consist of well-balanced
three or four courses and are taken by half of all school
children.
• L. School lunches must      • O. Descriptions of those
  also provide at least         healthy meals are posted
  one-third of the              on school notice boards
  recommended dietary           and websites every
  allowance of protein,         week so that parents can
  vitamin A, vitamin C,         plan appropriate
  iron, calcium, and            evening meals.
  calories.                   • Both 68 and “O”
• Not a bad guess. See          describe healthy
  question 72.                  meals.
                              • O = Correct
  69. With more and more councils in France asking
  private companies to supply meals, some voluntary
  guidelines have been drawn up by some health and
  nutrition institutes.
• L. School lunches must also     • M. These are used by
  provide at least one-third of
  the recommended dietary           many councils to check
  allowance of protein,             on the private caterers
  vitamin A, vitamin C, iron,       supplying meals until
  calcium, and calories.            some official guidelines
• This sounds like a
  description of the
                                    eventually become
  guidelines.                       available.
• However, you wouldn’t           • M=Correct
  use the word “also” if you
  were giving a description.
70. Pupils in Japan take home a menu for the coming
month containing notes on nutrition, fat and salt content,
and calorific value.
• G. Twice a year parents     • O. Descriptions of those
  are invited to visit          healthy meals are posted on
  schools to taste-test the     school notice boards and
  food described in the         websites every week so that
  monthly menus.                parents can plan appropriate
                                evening meals.
• The use of the
  definite article “the”      • Why post descriptions on
  before menus                  the Internet if pupils take
                                the information home.
  indicates that the
  menus have been             • G = Correct
  mentioned before.
71. Lunch is prepared on the premises and eaten in the
classroom during the lunch break, with children expected
to clean up afterwards.

• K. Teachers check that     • J. This system limits the sale
  the desks and floor are      of red-labelled foods that
                               are high in fat, sugar and
  tidy before starting the
                               salt to only twice a term
  afternoon lessons.           while healthier green-
• Children clean up and        labelled foods are available
  then teachers make           every day.
  sure they did a good       • “J” focuses on nutrition.
  job.                         That’s not the focus of 71.
                             • K=Correct
72. The standards for nutrition are based on the federal
government's dietary guidelines, which recommend that
no more than 30% of an individual's calories come from
fat and less than 10% from saturated fat.
• L. School lunches must      • M. These are used by many
  also provide at least         councils to check on the
  one-third of the              private caterers supplying
  recommended dietary           meals until some official
  allowance of protein,         guidelines eventually
  vitamin A, vitamin C,         become available.
  iron, calcium, and          • 72 says that government
  calories.                     guidelines are in place but
                                “M” says that there are no
• This is more
                                official guidelines.
  information about the
  government guidelines.      • L=Correct
73. Fast food such as meat pies, sausage rolls and
hotdogs have been traditional items in Australian school
tuck shops.

• H. On other days you       • I. However, as the nation
  might find omelettes,        battles childhood obesity,
                               healthier alternatives have
  salads, chick pea stew
                               forced their way onto the
  and pasta.                   school menu.
• The reference to           • 73 describes unhealthy
  “other days” seems           traditional foods.
  out of place.              • “I” describes the new
                               healthy alternatives.
                             • I = Correct
74. In Australia, children from families with incomes
below 130% of the poverty level are entitled to free
meals.

• F. Upper secondary          • N. Those with incomes
  institutions offer free       between 130% and
  lunches, although some        185% of the poverty
  can charge parents.           level are eligible for
• The conditions for            meals at reduced prices.
  free lunches don’t          • Both describe how to
  match.                        determine how much to
                                charge for lunches.
                              • N=Correct
75. Many schools in New South Wales have adopted a
traffic light system.

• J. This system limits the • K. Teachers check that
  sale of red-labelled          the desks and floor are
  foods that are high in fat,   tidy before starting the
  sugar and salt to only        afternoon lessons.
  twice a term while          • ??
  healthier green-labelled • J=Correct
  foods are available
  every day.
• What colours can you
  find on traffic lights?
76. The vast majority of South Africa's schools do not
serve meals at all.

• B. Classes end at about      • D. This means that only
  1.30 pm and students           wealthier regions such
  are then left to get their     as Moscow, the Urals
  own lunches.                   and Krasnodar can
                                 maintain reasonable
• Schools don’t serve            standards of school
  meals so students “get         meals.
  their own lunches”.          • These places are not
                                 in South Africa.
                               • B=Correct
77. Two years ago the federal government in Russia
ceased funding school meals from the central budget,
leaving regions to find the money for themselves.

• B. Classes end at about      • D. This means that only
  1.30 pm and students           wealthier regions such
  are then left to get their     as Moscow, the Urals
  own lunches.                   and Krasnodar can
                                 maintain reasonable
• See question 76.               standards of school
                                 meals.
                               • These places are in
                                 Russia.
                               • D=Correct
78. Hamburgers are on the menu In Catalonian schools,
but only once a week.

• H. On other days you      • I. However, as the
  might find omelettes,       nation battles childhood
  salads, chick pea stew      obesity, healthier
  and pasta.                  alternatives have forced
• Students eat                their way onto the
  hamburgers once a           school menu.
  week.                     • 78 focuses on
• The eat healthier           frequency while “I”
  foods the other four        focuses on new
  days a week.                healthy choices.
                            • H=Correct
79. Primary and secondary schools are forbidden to
charge for meals.

• A. About 50% of the       • F. Upper secondary
  cost is subsidised and      institutions offer free
  the rest is borne by        lunches, although some
  parents according to a      can charge parents.
  means-tested five-tier    • 79 and “F” explain who
  scale.                      can and cannot charge
• The are forbidden to        for meals.
  charge so parents don’t   • F = Correct
  have to pay anything.
80. Officials are trying to find ways to conceal the identity
of pupils who get free school meals.

• E. Options include       • F. Upper secondary
  introducing a swipe card   institutions offer free
  for all pupils to use.     lunches, although some
                             can charge parents.
• This would be one
                           • Both discuss free
  way to conceal (hide)      meals but only 80
  their identity.            focuses on
                             concealing the
                             identity of pupils
                             (students).
                           • E=Correct

				
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