IELTS Listening Practice Test 20

IELTS Listening Practice Test 20
IELTS Listening Practice Test 20

Audio Listening Practice Test 20

 

Section 1: Question 1-10

Question 1-4: Complete the following information using NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS OR NUMBERS for each gap.

Name                                                      William Glass

E-mail                                                    1 ……………….

Date                                                       26 February 2007

Occupation                                          2 ………………..

Age                                                        29

Marital status                                     3 …………………

Children                                              no

Salary                                                   4 ……………. £ thousand/year

Question 5-: Write the appropriate letter on your answer sheet.

Current residence

      Type                                            House                                                  Flat

5. Size                                   A. Below 100 sq.m.                           C. Over 200 sq.m.

                                              B. 100-200 sq.m.

6. Ownership                      A. rented                                             C. owned/rented by company

                                               B. owner occupier

Future residence

7. Cost                                  A. up to £50,000                              D. £200,000 – £250,000

                                              B. £50,000 -£100,000                    E. over £250,000

                                              C. £100,000-£200,000

8. Size (excl. garden)       A. Below 100 sq.m.                           C. Over 200 sq.m.

                                             B. 100-200 sq.m.

Moving?                             0-3 months               4-6 months √             7-9 months                10-12 months

                                             over 12 months

Question 9 and 10: Answer the following questions and write the appropriate letter(s) on your answer sheet.

NB More than one letter may be correct for each answer.

9. Which people/organizations are involved in the Haydon housing project?

A. A private company                        C. A housing association

B. The government                            D. Co-operatives

10. Which facilities will Mr. Glass use at the Haydon housing project?

A. The cinema                                     C. The golf course

B. The shopping centre                     D. The fitness centre

 

Section 2: Question 11-20

Question 11: What does EEA stand for? ……………….

Question 12-16: Complete the following notes using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each gap.

   Stamp                                                      Applies to                                                                                                Conditions

    none                                                      EEA citizens                                                                                                   none

restriction                                      non-EEA citizens-course lasts                                        12 ……………….. , can work maximum 20 hours per

on working                                          more than 6 months                                                    unless work placement is essential part of course.

                                                                                                                                                        Cannot run own business or work as professional

                                                                                                                                                        sports person or entertainer.

                                                                                                                                                        Cannot hold a 13 …………….. position, but can do

                                                                                                                                                        full-time, short-term work during holidays.

                                                                                                                                                        Cannot automatically include 14 ……………….. as

                                                                                                                                                        evidence of ability to support yourself financially.

prohibition                                   non-EEA citizens-course lasts                                         Not allowed to work at all.

on working                                            6 months or less                                                         May apply to have it changed.

                                                                                                                                                        If you can provide evidence that you will be 15 ……………..,

                                                                                                                                                        passport stamp will normally be changed.

                                                                                                                                                       Illegal to 16 ………………. before getting stamp changed.

Question 17-20: Complete the following notes using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each gap.

The spouse or child of a non-EEA student can work if they have a stamp that doesn’t 17 ………………….. However, they may not run 18 …………………… Government 19 ……………….. on working after completion of your studies may change in the near future. Special rules apply to 20 …………………..

 

Section 3: Question 21-30

Question 21-23: Complete the following sentences using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each gap.

21. Things that seem exciting and fascinating can later seem ………………… according to Ali and Jatinder.

22. Even people from cultures that have ……………….. lifestyles to those in the UK can suffer from culture shock.

23. Jatinder didn’t attend an ………………… because her parents wouldn’t let her go early.

Question 24-26: Answer the following questions using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

24. Which member of the academic staff can help with culture shock, according to Ali? ………………….

25. What scheme does Jatinder talk about? ………………….

26. What does Ali say Katarina should do regarding her family? …………………

Question 27-30: Complete the following sentences using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each gap.

27. The ……………………. may also have information about national or cultural groups outside the university.

28. Ali suggests that staying ……………….. can help overcome culture shock.

29. Katarina decides to register at the ……………………

30. For religious people, the student union has a register of ………………….

 

Section 4: Question 31-40

Question 31-34: Answer the following questions using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

31. Which course is this one based on? ……………………..

32. What doesn’t the course cover? ……………………..

33. What two items does each participant receive? ……………………

34. Can non-professionals take the course? ……………………

Question 35 and 36: Complete the notes on the benefits of the course, using NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each gap.

a quick insight into modern electronics

emphasis on practical devices and systems

assumes no 35 ………………………

can function as a 36 …………………… , hands-on simulations

a certificate of completion

Question 37-40: Complete the following information on the course content, using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each gap.

Unit 1                                          37 …………………..

Unit 2                                         Ohm’s Law

Unit 6                                         38 ………………….. inductors, and transformers

Unit 8                                         39 ………………….. Semiconductors

Unit 10                                       40 ………………….. and further applications

 

ANSWER

1. [email protected]

2. eivil servant

3. single

4. 24 – 36

5. A

6. B

7. B

8. B

9. A       B

10. A     B       D

11. European Economic Area

12. During Term-time

13. permanent full -time

14. (your) earnings

15. on a placement

16. begin your placement

17. mention employment

18. their own business

19. policies

20. doctors, dentists, nurses

21. strange and frightening

22. (very) similar

23. induction programme

24. personal turor

25. buddy/ mentoring system

26. keep in touch/ contact

27. student union

28. healthy and active

29. (university) sports centre

30. places of worship

31. Overview of Electronics

32. digital electronics

33. book CD-Rom

34. yes

35. prior knowledge

36. refresher course

37. Electronic systems

38. Magnetism

39. an introduction to

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p class=”p1″>40. A review unit

 

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