IELTS Listening Practice Test 57

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SECTION 1

Questions 1-5

Complete the form below.

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

Tennants Insurance Brokers
Car Insurance Form

Example Answer
Client’s Name Mrs. Norma Willis
Address Flat 8
(1)…………………………………….
Dene Road
Westley
Postcode (2)…………………………………..
Home Tel. none yet
Mobile Tel. (3)……………………………………
Car Make Toyota
Model MR2
Age (4)………………………………..
Engine Size 2-ljtre
Garaged YES/ NO
No Claims Bonus (5)………………………………………
Endorsements 3 points

Questions 6 – 8

Complete the list of Norma’s valuable below.

HiFi
TV
(6)………………………………………..
Video player Couple of radios
(7)………………………………………
Laptop
Printer
DVDs
CDs
Jewelry – necklaces, (8)……………………………….. , rings + brooches

Questions 9 and 10

Circle the correct letters A – C.

  1. Which list, A, B or C. correctly assesses the protection for Norma’s flat?

A                                                                 B                                                                          C

Ground floor flat

neighbourhood watch scheme

motion sensor

double glazed windows + extra locks

smoke alarm

 

 

 

Ground floor flat

dead bolt lock

burglar alarm

motion sensor

double glazed windows * extra locks

smoke alarm

 

 

 

1st floor flat

dead bolt lock

burglar alarm connected with police station

motion sensor

double glazed windows + extra locks

smoke alarm

  1. What does Norma buy at the end?

A. Car insurance only

B. Contents insurance only

C. Car insurance + Contents insurance

SECTION 2

Questions 11-15

Answer the questions below.

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

  1. Where will the future residence launderette be?
  2. What special facility does Betty offer at the Launderette?

  3. Which number bus does Simon advise Jo to take?

  4. Where can students get advice on Council Tax?

  5. Where does Simon say that Bill should register for his Council Tax?

Questions 16-20

Complete the sentences below.

Write NO MORE THAN 3 WORDS for each answer.

  1. If there is a fire, residents should meet on_______________ .
  • Fire practices are held every_______________ .

  • If you want to watch a________________ , do so in your own room.

  • Strangely enough the Chinese family sells______________ .

  • Simon suggests asking for a_______________ when residents order a meal from a takeaway.

  • SECTION 3

    Questions 21 – 25

    Circle the correct letter A – C.

    1. According to Nick the first Australian immigrants were:

    A. The ancestors of aborigines

    B. Petty criminals

    C. Sailors

    1. What was the name of the first British colony in Australia?

    A. Victoria

    B. New South Wales

    C. New London

    1. When was the White Australia Policy started?

    A. Just after the first colony expanded

    B. After Australian Federation

    C. After World Warll

    1. Why was there bad feeling towards many Chinese immigratants in the 1850s?

    A. They opened restaurants

    B. They were searching for gold

    C. They would work for less money than the local Australians

    1. When were Asian students first allowed to study at Australian universities?

    A. 1950

    B. 1957

    C. 1973

    Questions 26 – 30

    Complete Adrian’s notes below.

    Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

    Australian Immigration

    Two Current Immigration Programs                      1 The  Migration Program

    2 The Humanitarian Program

    1. The Migration Program

    To get Australian permanent residence, immigrants must be:

    • (26)…………………………or
    • sponsored by a family member currently resident in Australia

    2004-05 Migration Program has 120,000 places available

    The Department of Immigration particularly wants:

    • skilled immigrants
    • immigrants who will move to regional areas of Australia
    1. The Humanitarian Prooram

    Two Components designed for refugees + others in special humanitarian need

    • (27)………………………………. : assists people overseas in humanitarian need
    • Other component: People in Australia on temporary visas/without permission claiming asylum

    2004 and 2005 Humanitarian Program has (28)……………………………………………….. places available

    Australian lllegal Migrants

    People who…                           * enter Australia without authority

    • (29)………………………………………..
    • work without appropriate approval

    • have their visas cancelled and stay

    Australia’s Migration Act1958                                         All non Australian citizens unlawfully in Australia to be detained and (30)……………………………………. unless given permission to remain

    SECTION 4:

    Questions 31 – 36

    Complete the lecture notes below.

    Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

    The Super Volcano

    • No specifically defined scientific meaning – refers to volcanoes that have generated the Earth’s largest volcanic eruptions.
    • Super volcano eruption form calderas. Whereas normal volcano craters are measured in the hundreds of metres, a caldera can be easily as large as (31)……………………………….   miles wide.

    Super Volcano Caldera Locations:                                                               Long Valley, Eastern California
    (not all active)                                                                                                  Toba, Indonesia
    Lake Taupo, (32)………………………………………….
    Japan
    Indonesia
    Scotland
    Alaska

    Normal Volcano Formation –     Magma column rises from Earth, erupts and hardens down sides creating the familiar (33)……………………………………….. mountain

    Super Volcano Formation – Magma rises from Earth’s mantle creating (34)……………………………………… in the Earth’s crust. Chamber increases to enormous size, creating colossal pressure. Eruption finally forms massive caldera.

    Results of Super Volcano Eruption

    • Ash, dust and sulphur dioxide ejected, blocking sun & creating cold wave lasting several years. Plants and animals (including humans) would die.
    • Most recent caldera-forming eruption ((35)……………………………………….. ago approx.). Ash, pumice, and gases covered more than 3000 square miles and also went high into the stratosphere to circle the Earth, affecting its temperature. Ash from this eruption still found in Iowa and in (36)…………………………………….. from the Gulf of Mexico.

    Questions 37 – 40

    According to the Earth Sciences lecture, which FOUR of the following facts are NOT true.

    Choose FOUR letters (A – H) and write them in any order in boxes 37 – 40 on your answer sheet.

    A. Yellowstone Park has previously suffered three enormous eruptions.

    B. The first super eruption in Yellowstone was over three million years ago.

    C. The first super eruption in Yellowstone park created a caldera bigger than another state of the US.

    D. Scientists say Yellowstone Park should erupt approximately every 600 000 years.

    E. The ground level of Yellowstone Park has increased by over half a metre over the last 10 years.

    F. A taskforce has been set up to plan for the possible devastation that a Yellowstone eruption would cause.

    G. Evidence suggests that the super-eruption at Toba caused the Earth’s population of humans to drop to about 10 000.

    H. A super-eruption could make the Earth’s temperature drop to 5 to 10 degrees Celsius.

    Answer keys:

    1. Chepping Dene
    2. WE3 9HT
    3. 07525 745 642
    4. 4 years
    5. 3 years
    6. DVD player
    7. a hair dryer
    8. bracelets
    9. B
    10. B
    11. beside the reception
    12. service washes
    13. 39
    14. the Students’ Union
    15. the Town Hall
    16. the front lawn
    17. 6 months
    18. late night film
    19. fish and chips
    20. menu
    21. A
    22. B
    23. B
    24. C
    25. A
    26. a skilled migrant
    27. offshore resettlement program
    28. 13 000
    29. overstay visas
    30. deported
    31. 40 or 50
    32. New Zealand
    33. cone-shaped
    34. a boiling reservoir
    35. 650 000 years
    36. drill cores
    37. B
    38. E
    39. F
    40. H

     

     

     

    BONUS EXERCISE: GAP-FILLING 

    The texts below are transcript for your IELTS Listening Practice Test. To make the most out of this transcript, we removed some words from the texts and replaced with spaces. You has to fill each space with the missing word by listening to the audio for this IELTS listening practice test. 

    Section 1.  You will hear a conversation between an insurance broker and a client.

    Man Good morning Madam. Can I help you?
    Woman Actually yes. I’ve just got a new flat and I’m going to move my things in tomorrow and I haven’t got any […………………………….]yet for my things. I’d like a […………………………….]for my car […………………………….]as well to see if you can give me a better deal. It’s coming up for […………………………….]soon you see.
    M Fine. That shouldn’t be a problem. Let’s just take down some details. First of all, can I have your name please?
    W Of course. It’s Mrs. Norma Willis.
    Good. That’s Norman without an “N”, isn’t it?
    W Yes, that’s right.
    M And can I have the address that you’re moving to please?
    W It’s […………………………….], 23 Dene Road. Westley.
    M Can you spell Chepping Dene please?
    W Of course. Chepping is spelt C-H-E-P-P-I-N-G and Dene is spelt D-E-N-E. The name of the road, Dene, is spelt the same way too.
    M And what’s the postcode there?
    W It’s […………………………….].
    M Can I take a telephone number?
    W It will have to be only my mobile I’m afraid as I haven’t […………………………….]a land line yet. My mobile is […………………………….].
    M Let’s look at the car insurance first quickly. I need the model, age and engine size.
    W It’s a 4 year old […………………………….]sports car. It has a 2 litre engine.
    M Will it be parked in a garage, in a drive or in the road?
    W At my present address it’s in the drive but the flat that I’m moving into tomorrow has a […………………………….]provided and tenants are not allowed to leave their cars in the visitor […………………………….]so it’ll garaged all the time.
    M Two more questions. The first is do you have any no […………………………….]bonus and the second is do you have any driving […………………………….]?
    W I have three years no claims but I had a claim for a new […………………………….]this year and I don’t know if that will affect it.
    M No. That won’t count. The no claims will stand.
    W Good. As for convictions I have 3 points for being caught speeding two years ago.
    M Right. Let’s have a look at the […………………………….]stuff now while the computer is checking rates for the car. So, what kind of flat is it?
    W It’s a two bedroom flat.
    M Have you bought the flat or are you renting?
    W I’m just renting it.
    M So, you just need some household insurance for your […………………………….].
    W That’s right.
    M First of all, can you give me a list of all the things that you want covered by the insurance.
    W Yes. First of all there’s my […………………………….]goods like my HiFi, TV, DVD player, video player, a couple of radios, a hair drier, my laptop and printer. I’ve […………………………….]all the values of the electrical goods. There are various DVDs and CDs too. It should come to about […………………………….].
    M Anything else?
    W Yes. There’s my jewelry. I’ve some […………………………….], bracelets, rings and […………………………….]that I inherited. They’re all in different metals and with different […………………………….]. I’ve got a list itemising them all here. I’ve also got a small strong box which […………………………….]into a cupboard so they’re reasonably safe.
    M Anything else?
    W Well just the usual kitchen stuff and clothes that I’d like to be included.
    M OK. That’s not a problem. Now I need to ask some things about the flat. What floor is it on?
    W Well, I wanted a 1st floor flat but this is a […………………………….]floor one. I can use the garden with it though.
    M Hmm. Yes but the […………………………….]will be a little higher because of course a […………………………….]finds more it difficult to enter a flat on the 1st floor.
    W Oh. I never thought about that.
    M What about safety […………………………….]in the flat?
    W Well, there are two different keys for the front door and one of them is a dead bolt so that’s quite good. I’ve been to the local shop and ordered a burglar alarm too which has a motion […………………………….]and everything. It’s not in yet but it will be soon.
    M That’s good.
    W The windows are quite new and all double […………………………….]so, like all new windows nowadays, they have extra locks on them so that makes it quite secure.
    M That’s good too. So really it’s reasonably safe. That will make a difference on the […………………………….]. Do you know if there’s a smoke alarm fitted in that flat?
    W I never thought of that. I think it’s the law now if you’re renting so there must be.
    M Well, that’s about it. Let’s look now. I’ve got two […………………………….]for you. First the car and then the household. […………………………….]fully comp. for the car or […………………………….]third party, fire and theft. The contents is £100.
    W Does the contents cover me if I lose something or I’m […………………………….]outside the home?
    M As long as it’s in this country and on the list of items covered, yes.
    W Well, I’ll keep the old car insurance as my present deal is better and I’ll take the contents. Can I pay by […………………………….]?
    M Cash, cheque, credit card. Anything you want.

    Section 2. You will hear a residence manager giving a short question and answer session to new residents.

    Simon: Good evening everyone. My name is Simon and I am the […………………………….]of this […………………………….]. Most of you here today are new in the town of […………………………….]. Some of you are students at the uni, some have new jobs and some have other reasons to be with us. When we have lots of new people staying with us, I do one of these little question and answer […………………………….]so that I can help you settle in. So, let’s get started straight away. Yes, over there.
    Margaret: Hi, I’m Margaret. I’m a student here. I was wondering where I can do my […………………………….]. It won’t be long before this is an […………………………….]thing for me!
    Simon: Here in the residence we are planning a little […………………………….]beside reception but this might take a little time to organise. In the meantime there’s a little launderette down the road. It’s in Queens Avenue, the same street that the residence is in. You go about […………………………….] up the road in the opposite direction to the town centre and it’s on the right. They have plenty of machines and […………………………….]and there’s a lady there called Betty who does […………………………….]washes. You just need to drop it off and it will be laundered, dried and […………………………….]the next day. It’s a bit more expensive of course but good if you’re lazy. Another question?
    Jo: Hi. My names Jo. I’ve got a new job at the other end of the High Street. I was wondering which the best bus was to go there.
    Simon: The best bus for the centre of town is the […………………………….]. That takes you straight to the […………………………….].
    If you work at the end of the High Street though that still leaves you with about a […………………………….]walk. The 39 goes to the train station which is very near the end of the High Street so that’s your best bet […………………………….]. The 39 is good for coming home late at night as well as the station buses go on later than the other buses. There’s the 35 bus too for getting to the High Street but it goes to the near end of the High Street and it’s a good […………………………….] walk after getting off. Anyone else? You there.
    Bill: I’m a student too. I’m new in the area and I have to […………………………….]for my council tax. Do you know where I have to go to register?
    Simon: Yes. We get lots of people in your […………………………….]. You other students need to do this too. First of all get the information sheet from the Students’ Union which has lots of […………………………….]on registering and the […………………………….]you should get. The Students’ Union is in Newbolt Street. I’m sure you know that. The […………………………….]putting your name on the list though should be done at the Town Hall which is right next to the Square. Some people are told that you can do it at the […………………………….]but that’s just the registration for non UK nationals not the […………………………….].
    Simon: Any more questions? Come on. I’m sure you must have some more.
    Jen: Yes. I was wondering what we do in the case of a fire here at the residence.
    Simon: Well the first thing to do is to raise the alarm by setting off the electric alarm […………………………….]. Then, if the fire is not big, try and use the fire […………………………….]that you’ll find round the residence.
    If the fire is in any way large, just get out and go to the […………………………….]point on the front lawn. Try not to go in the front or back car parks as that’s where the fire […………………………….]will set up their stuff. You don’t need to call the fire brigade as our residence alarm is linked up to their system. Make sure you read the fire […………………………….]around so you know where the nearest fire […………………………….]is to your room. Don’t panic and […………………………….] around. That gets people hurt. Just go […………………………….]to the assembly point. Once every six months we have a fire […………………………….]which is attended by someone from the fire service to make sure we’re up to […………………………….]. One of these might be at night so be ready!
    Fran: Hi everyone. I just wanted to ask what time the TV room closes for the night. It’s just that my room is just across from it and I don’t want to be kept awake all night.
    Simon: The usual […………………………….]time for the TV room is 11pm though this is […………………………….]by one hour on Fridays and Saturdays. I know that some people want to watch late night films but then you’ll just have to buy your own TVs for your rooms. If you do have a TV in your room, then please think of others and keep the volume down. We take a very dim view of people […………………………….]others in the residence. The same goes for the TV room itself. Just keep the volume levels down. Anything else from anybody?
    Phil: I’ve got a question too actually. I’ve got a job that will get me back late in the evening and I won’t be always able to eat. Are there any good places nearby that […………………………….]?
    Simon: The quick answer is yes, there are lots of places. There is an Indian nearby, fish and chips is sold in a shop that is […………………………….]enough run by a Chinese family. There is a good Thai restaurant, a Mexican and an Italian […………………………….]. They all deliver apart from the […………………………….]but that’s only five minutes’ walk away. All the telephone numbers are up on the residence […………………………….]. The first time you order from each of them just ask them to stick a menu into the bag and you’ll build up a library in no time. Now, let me tell you about…

    Section 3. You will hear 2 students discussing a seminar report.

    Nick Hi Adrian. What are you reading?
    Adrian Oh, hi Nick. It’s just an article on Australian […………………………….]. I’m doing a report on it next week in a seminar for Dr. Ronaldson.
    Nick On immigration! That sounds […………………………….]stuff!
    Adrian Yes. It’s not really very exciting but there are some interesting bits.
    Nick Such as?
    Adrian Well, for example did you know that immigration to Australia first started over […………………………….]ago when the […………………………….]of Australian Aborigines arrived via Indonesia and New Guinea.
    Nick I can’t say I did know that the […………………………….]arrived in that way.
    Adrian Exactly. It’s not as boring as you might think.
    Nick Well, do you want to run through some of your ideas? I’m not doing anything right now.
    Adrian That would be great. Thanks.
    Nick Fire away then.
    Adrian OK. Well, after the aborigines there was […………………………….]a big gap until the next settlers arrived from London. Europeans began landing in the […………………………….] and […………………………….], and the country was […………………………….]by Britain in 1788.
    Nick Weren’t the first colonists just […………………………….]transported by Britain?
    Adrian Britain certainly used the colony as a place to send their […………………………….]. The first colony was formally […………………………….]as New South Wales on February 7 and this European […………………………….]certainly did begin with a troupe of petty criminals, second-rate […………………………….]and a crew of sailors.
    Nick When did other people start arriving?
    Adrian Immigration really […………………………….]after the discovery of gold in Australia. The Gold rush era, beginning in […………………………….], led to an enormous […………………………….]in population all through the reign of Queen Victoria.
    Nick And did that continue strongly?
    Adrian Not really. After the excitement of the gold rush died down, immigration slowed down […………………………….]. The popularity of Australia as a place to go and live only really shot up after the Second World War.
    Nick Didn’t that cause problems as well?
    Adrian Yes. For a country that is well known today for it’s multi cultural […………………………….]and […………………………….], Australia has had a checkered past. After the Federation of all the Australian states, the “White Australia Policy” was created to […………………………….]flows of non whites to Australia and this […………………………….]became even more popular after the population push folowing the war.
    Nick How did the policy come about?
    Adrian The origin of the policy can be traced backto the […………………………….]when large numbers of Chinese […………………………….]to Australia to look for gold or to set up businesses such as restaurants.
    The […………………………….]population resented the Chinese who were […………………………….]white labour prices. In response, the newly self-governing colonies introduced […………………………….]on Chinese immigration. By […………………………….]Chinese were excluded from all the Australian […………………………….], although those Chinese who were already in Australia were not deported.
    Nick And how long did it go on for?
    Adrian The effective end of the White Australia policy is usually dated to […………………………….], when the Whitlam Labour government […………………………….]a series of amendments preventing the enforcement of racial […………………………….]of the immigration law. It had been fading for some years though. Under the […………………………….] Colombo Plan, students from Asian countries were […………………………….]to study at Australian universities. This trend continued when in 1957 […………………………….]with 15 years’ residence in Australia were allowed to become […………………………….].
    Nick What’s immigration like today? I hear a lot about it in the news.
    Adrian Yes, it’s become a very important issue in politics. There are currently two immigration programs that allow […………………………….]migration to Australia. They are the migration program and the […………………………….]program.
    Nick What’s the difference?
    Adrian To be accepted into Australia under the migration program, a person must be a skilled migrant or […………………………….]by a family member that already lives in […………………………….]. The Department of Immigration says that the migration program for 2004 – 2005 has […………………………….]places available for migrants, with a strong focus on attracting skilled people and people who agree to live in […………………………….]areas of Australia.
    Nick What about the other program? What’s it called again?
    Adrian The humanitarian program. It’s designed for […………………………….]and others in special humanitarian need. One […………………………….]of the humanitarian program is the […………………………….]resettlement program, which assists people in humanitarian need overseas for whom […………………………….]in another country is the only option. The other component is for those people already in Australia who arrived on […………………………….]visas or in an unauthorised […………………………….], and who claim Australia’s protection. The Department of Immigration says that the size of the 2004 and 2005 humanitarian program is […………………………….]places.
    Nick What about illegal immigration? Do you know anything about that too?
    Adrian Just a bit. That’s what I’m working on now. […………………………….]migrants under Australia’s immigration laws are those who enter Australia without […………………………….], overstay visas, work without appropriate […………………………….]or have their visas cancelled. Australia’s Migration Act in 1958 requires that all non Australian citizens who are […………………………….]in Australia be […………………………….]and that, unless they are given […………………………….]to remain in Australia, they must be […………………………….]as soon as is practical.
    Nick Well. That sounds pretty good. I’m sure your presentation will be excellent.
    Adrian Thanks. I hope so.

    Section 4. You will hear part of an earth sciences lecture.

    Good morning and welcome to this earth sciences […………………………….]. We’ve been looking recently at such phenomena as […………………………….], tsunami, volcanic […………………………….]and other natural […………………………….]. Today we are going to look at a lesser known feature of the earth which is known as the […………………………….]. As the name implies this is a volcano of a much larger size than what we normally imagine a volcano to be. The term super volcano has no specifically […………………………….]scientific meaning. It is used to refer to volcanoes that have generated Earth’s largest volcanic eruptions. As such, a super volcano would be one that has produced an […………………………….]large, […………………………….]explosive eruption and a giant […………………………….], a caldera being the […………………………….]crater that the eruption creates. Whereas normal volcano craters are […………………………….]in the hundreds of metres, a caldera can easily be as large as […………………………….] or […………………………….] wide. Around the world there are several volcanic areas that can be considered super volcanoes such as Long Valley in eastern […………………………….], Toba in Indonesia and Lake Taupo in New Zealand. There are also other large calderas in […………………………….], Indonesia, Scotland and […………………………….]. Not all the calderas are active though.
    Normal volcanoes are formed by a column of […………………………….], rising from deep within the Earth, erupting on the surface, and […………………………….]in layers down the sides. This forms the familiar […………………………….]mountain we associate with volcanoes. Super volcanoes, however, begin life when magma rises from the Earth’s […………………………….]to create a boiling […………………………….]in the Earth’s crust. This chamber increases to an […………………………….]size, building up […………………………….]pressure until it finally erupts. An explosion like this could send ash, dust, and sulphur dioxide into the atmosphere, […………………………….]the sun’s rays and creating a cold wave lasting several years. Crops in many areas would fail and many species of animals and plants, including humans, would face […………………………….].
    The most recent caldera-forming eruption in the US was about […………………………….]years ago in the north east United States. During that eruption, ground-hugging flows of hot volcanic ash, […………………………….], and gases swept across an area of more than […………………………….]. The eruption also shot a column of volcanic ash and gases high into Earth’s […………………………….]. This volcanic cloud circled the globe many times and […………………………….]the Earth’s climate by reducing the […………………………….]of solar radiation reaching the lower atmosphere and surface. Fine volcanic ash that fell downwind from the eruption site […………………………….]much of North America. This […………………………….]layer is still preserved in deposits as far away as Iowa, where it is a few inches thick, and the Gulf of Mexico, where it is […………………………….]in drill cores from the sea floor.
    It is little known that lying […………………………….]one of The United States’ largest and most picturesque National Parks, Yellowstone Park, is one of the largest super volcanoes in the world. Volcanic activity began in the Yellowstone National Park region about […………………………….]years ago. Magma rising from deep within the Earth has produced three […………………………….]eruptions more powerful than any in the world’s recorded history. The first caldera-forming eruption occurred about […………………………….]years ago. The eruptive […………………………….]removed so much magma from its […………………………….]storage reservoir that the ground above it […………………………….]into the magma chamber and left a caldera larger than the state of Rhode Island. The huge […………………………….]measured as much as […………………………….]long, 40 miles wide and hundreds of meters deep, extending from outside Yellowstone National Park into the central area of the Park.
    Scientists have […………………………….]that Yellowstone Park has been on a regular eruption cycle of […………………………….]. The last eruption was 640 000 years ago so the next is overdue. The next eruption could be […………………………….]the size of the 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption. Vulcanologists have been tracking the movement of magma under the park and have calculated that in parts of […………………………….]the ground has risen over point seven of a metre this century. This means the magma is rising.
    […………………………….]have called for a taskforce to be set up to consider emergency […………………………….]in
    the event of a massive volcanic eruption, or super-eruption. Experts say such an event would have a colossal […………………………….]on a global scale.
    The fallout from a super-eruption could cause a “volcanic winter”, […………………………….]global agriculture and causing mass […………………………….]. One past super-eruption struck at Toba in Sumatra […………………………….]ago and is thought by some to have driven the human race to the edge of extinction. Signs from DNA suggest human numbers could have […………………………….]to about […………………………….], probably as a result of the effects of […………………………….]change. The volcanic winter resulting from a super-eruption could last several years or decades, depending on the scale of an eruption, and according to recent computer […………………………….], could cause cooling on a global scale by 5 to 10 degrees celsius.

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