Listening Practice 3

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Listen to the conversation and complete the sentences below.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

  1. Studying with the Open University demanded a great deal of  …………………… .
  2. Studying and working at the same time improved Rachel’s  …………………… skills.
  3. It was helpful that the course was structured in  …………………… .
  4. She enjoyed meeting other students at  …………………… .
  1. motivation
  2. time(-)management
  3. modules
  4. summer school(s)

Words in brackets are optional - they are correct, but not necessary.

 

Sample Listening B: Questions  SECTION 2

Questions 11 – 20  Questions 11 – 16 (Page 4 of original Listening paper) 

Complete the notes below. 

Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer

 

 THE NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE

 

Well known for: (11) …………………
Complex consists of: concert rooms theatres cinemas art galleries public library restaurants (12) …………………
Historical background: 1940 – area destroyed by bombs 1960s – Centre was (13) ………………… In (14) ………………… – opened to public
Managed by: (15) …………………
Open: (16) ………………… days per year

 

 

 

Questions 17 – 20 Page 5 of original Listening paper

Complete the table below.

Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer

 

Day Time Event Venue Ticket Price
Monday and Tuesday 7.30 p.m 'The Magic Flute' (opera by Mozart) (17) …………… from £8.00
Wednesday 8.00 p.m (18) '……………' (Canadian film) Cinema 2 (19) ……………
Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m (20) '……………' (art exhibition) Gallery 1 free

 

11 classical music (concerts) / (classical) (music) concerts

12 (a) bookshop / (a) bookstore

13 planned

14 1983 / (the) 1980s

15 (the) City Council

16 363

17 (the) Garden Hall

18 Three Lives

19 £4.50

20 Faces of China

Words in brackets are optional - they are correct, but not necessary.

Alternative answers are separated by a slash (/).

 

SECTION 3 Questions 21 – 30

Questions 21 and 22 (Page 5 of original Listening paper)

Complete the notes below.

Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

 

UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD’S OCEANS

The Robotic Float Project

• Float is shaped like a (21) …………………

• Scientists from (22) …………………… have worked on the project so far

 

Questions 23 – 25 (Page 6 of original Listening paper) 

Complete the notes on the diagram below.

Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

THE OPERATIONAL CYCLE

IELTS Listening-Lesson18

 

Questions 26 – 30 (Page 7 of original Listening paper)

In what time period can the float projects help with the issues 26-30 below?

A. At present

B. In the near future

C. In the long-term future

Write the correct letter, A, B or C, next to questions 26-30.

 

26 El Niño …………………

27 Global warming …………………

28 Naval rescues …………………

29 Sustainable fishing practices …………………

30 Crop selection …………………

21 cigar

22 13 (different) countries

23 (is) activated

24 (average) (around/about/approximately) 50 kilometres/kilometers

25 (water/ocean/sea) temperature / change(s) in temperature / (water/ocean/sea) temperature change(s) / temperature of water/ocean/sea

26 A

27 C

28 A

29 B

30 C

Words in brackets are optional - they are correct, but not necessary.

Alternative answers are separated by a slash (/).

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2 Comments
  1. nidhi sharma 3 months ago

    i am not able to play recordings for the listening task

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    ANKITA JAIN 4 days ago

    Recording doesn’t works

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