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Tekst Win your lover back a 8 What becomes clear from paragraph 1? A

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Tekst Win your lover back A

8 What becomes clear from paragraph 1?

A It is easier to get former couples back together than to find new matches for single men and women in Japan.

B Japanese singles prefer expensive dating bureaux to other forms of match- making.

C Japanese women over 40 tend not to be very keen on meeting their ex- lovers.

D There is a great demand in Japan for businesses offering to mend couples’ broken relationships.
9 How does paragraph 2 relate to paragraph 1?

Paragraph 2



A analyses the information given in paragraph 1.

B contradicts the information given in paragraph 1.

C elaborates on the information given in paragraph 1.

D repeats the information given in paragraph 1.
10 Geef van elk van de volgende beweringen aan of deze wel of niet in overeenstemming is met de inhoud van de alinea’s 3 tot en met 5.

1 “Fukuenya” laten de ex-partner van hun klant soms geloven dat de klant een gezamenlijke kennis is.

2 “Fukuenya” moeten vooral aantrekkelijk gevonden worden door de klant om succes te kunnen hebben.

3 “Fukuenya” vertellen leugentjes over de nieuwe relatie van de ex-partner van hun klant.

4 “Fukuenya” werken nauw samen met psychologen.

Noteer het nummer van elke bewering, gevolgd door “wel” of “niet”.


“radical … client” (at the end of paragraph 5)

11 Which of the following statements is in line with this remark, judging from paragraphs 3-5?

The client has to



A acknowledge that ending the relationship was for the best.

B be able and willing to adjust to the views of the ex-partner.

C come to terms with the betrayal by the ex-partner.

D realise that spending a lot of money is no guarantee for success.
“the targets … came about,” (at the beginning of paragraph 6)

12 Which of the following quotes from the text explains why not?

A “Her team … unlikely reconciliations.” (at the end of paragraph 2)

B “a location … time together” (in the middle of paragraph 3)

C “Okawa, … career change” (in the middle of paragraph 4)
13 Which of the following fits the gap in paragraph 6?

A fortunately

B naturally

C sadly

D surprisingly
14 What becomes clear from paragraph 7?

According to Okawa,



A it is cheaper to find a new partner than to try and get back an old flame.

B people’s choices and actions in romantic matters are influenced by economic factors.

C unemployed people have more time to patch up their broken relationships.

D when the economy is in decline people clearly get more interested in love affairs.


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