Making Jam

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For this exercise about making jam, you have to read the text and choose the correct answer to each of the five questions. This provides practice for Part 3 of the A2 Key examination.

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Making Jam: A2 Key Reading Part 3

When Emma left school at the age of sixteen, her aunt Rose game he £750 for her birthday. Most of Emma's friends decided to go to college, but Emma used her aunt's money to start her own business. She bought fruit, sugar and some glass jars and began making her own jam. She sold the jam for £2 a jar to her friends, and she soon doubled her aunt's £1500.

At first, her parents didn't want Emma to spend her time making jam, and they thought that she should study instead. They hoped that one day she would be a teacher or a doctor. But Emma didn't listen to them. She just kept on making jam. After a few months, Emma started selling it to the local market. Then she started making orange juice. She sold this to a school where one of her friends worked.

After two years, her business was very large, and her parents were very pleased with her. She made all kinds of food which she sold to shops and supermarkets. She was so busy that she had to get some people to work for her.

1. Why did Aunt Rose give Emma some money?

2. Why did Emma make jam?

3. When Emma left school, her parents wanted her to

4. Emma sold orange juice to

5. After two years, Emma


 

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