Read the Passage and select T (True), F (False) or U (Unknown) according to the passage.
Kathleen Jones is a lecturer in ESOL at a small further education college in Matlock Bath, Derbyshire. ESOL is short for English for Speakers of Other Languages.
Kathleen teaches students from all over the world, who have decided to make their home in north Derbyshire. Kathleen was forty earlier this year, and her husband Rob, who is two years older than her, organized a big family party in their garden. Rob is a lorry driver and often works away from home. He drives up and down the country, delivering large loads of paper, bricks, and wood to many different companies. Rob and Kathleen have two children. Dennis is nineteen and has been working as a trainee mechanic since he left college. Maggie is still at school and is currently studying hard for her GCSEs, which she will take next summer.
Kathleen works part-time at the college, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings. She really enjoys her job because she gets to meet some really interesting people, and has the opportunity to find out about their lives and cultures. She often asks students to prepare presentations on the subject of their home country. Kathleen has been teaching English for about ten years. Before that she worked in a solicitor’s office in Alfreton.Exit