IELTS Listening Practice Test 6

IELTS LISTENING PRACTICE TEST 06
IELTS LISTENING PRACTICE TEST 06

In the Listening Test 6, you will hear 4 audio recordings and answer questions 1-40.

Section 1 is about a police detective questioning Mrs Jones about a crime

Section 2 is an introduction to big town universities resources by the head of the student services. 

Section 3 is a conversation between 2 college students who are talking about the History of flights

Section 4 is a monologue about Ecological functions of the forest.

Audio

Section 1

Questions 1-10

Answer the question in ONE WORD.

What’s the name of the detective?

Example: Smith

Question 1-4

Complete the form below.

Write ONE WORD OR A NUMBER for each answer.

Witness’s family name Jones
Given names 1 __________  Susan
Sex Female
Age 2. ________________years old
Address 3. 39 ___________Garden Terrace
Home telephone 4.___________
Mobile phone None

Question 5

Complete the following sentence with NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.

5. Mrs Jones looked at her watch because she wanted to be back home in time to make ___________.

Question 6

Choose the correct letter, A-C.

6. Mrs Jones height is

A. five feet four inches.

B.  five feet five inches.

C. one hundred and twenty centimetres.

Questions 7 and 8

Complete each of the following sentences with ONE WORD.

7. The British police now use the________system.

8. The man was wearing a__________ hat.

Questions 9 and 10

Choose TWO letters A-E.

The man who ran out of the shop was

A. definitely wearing a grey jacket.

B. wearing red and white basketball shoes.

C. wearing grey trousers.

D. wearing dark trousers.

E. overweight.

Section 2

Questions 11-20

Questions 11- 13

Choose the correct letters, A-C.

11. Robert Black’s talk will mostly be about__________.

A. all the university resources

B. resources for student welfare

C. research facilities

12. The Student Services Department basic job is to help students________.

A. study welt

B. stay well

C. enjoy their studies

13. Students will get depressed if they________.

A. don’t manage time properly

B. are Jess clever students

C. are most hard-working students

Questions 14 and 15

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

Robert Black suggests that depressed students should talk to parents, 14____________. and 15__________.

Question 16

Answer the following question in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.

16. What office has a database of off-campus accommodation?__________________.

Questions 17 and 18

Complete the following sentence with NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

The green club works very closely with the 17_____________and 18___________

Questions 19 and 20

Choose TWO letters, A-E.

The Student Health Centre __________.

A. contains the Sports Medicine Clinic

B. is open from 9 a.m. to 6m. every day

C. is between the fitness centre and the football stadium

D. always has a nurse on duty

E. provides free treatment for all students

Section 3

Question 21-30

Question 21

Complete the following sentence with THREE WORDS.

21. Sue’s father was an_________________.

Question 22-25

Complete the form below.

Write ONE WORD OR A NUMBER for each answer

                                                 Wilbur                                       Orville

Place of birth (state)         22……………………                        Ohio
Date of birthday (year)    23……………………                         1871
Date of death (year)         1912                                                24………………………
Cause of death                   25…………………..

Questions 26-30

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer

26. What first got the Wright Brothers interested in flying?  A ________

27. What type of aircraft was the first one they made?_____________

28. Who thought they were crazy?_____________

29. On his first attempt to fly on December 14, 1903, what part of the plane did Wilbur make a mistake with?_______________

30. What part of the plane hit a hillside?_______________

Section 4

Questions 31-40

Choose ONE letter A-C

31. The rate of deforestation worldwide is_______________.

A. one hectare a second

B. more than 31 million hectares a year

C. like losing an area of forest the size of Poland every year

Question 32

Write ONE WORD ONLY for your answer.

32. What do domesticated cereals regularly need from their wild relatives?_______

Question 33-35

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for your answer.

List three types of the ecosystem that the speaker says are very rich in plant and animal species.

33.___________________

34.___________________

35.___________________

Question 36-40

Complete the following sentences.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

36. The speaker says_______releases methane into the atmosphere.

37. The speaker says that after deforestation,________have more floods.

38. Coral is mainly being destroyed by eroded soil, warming seawater, chemical pollution, and____.

39. Outdoor activities like birdwatching are examples of___________activities.

40. ________have shown that forests are worth more as forests than they are as timber.

Also check : IELTS Listening preparation tips

Answers

Section 1

1. Mary

2. 38

3. Rose

4. 4834 6290

5. her husband’s lunch

6. A

7. Metric

8. Black

9. B

10. D

Section 2

11. B

12. B

13. A

14. good friends

15. professional counsellors

16. Student Housing Office

17. university maintenance department

18. other environmental groups

19. A

20. D

Section 3

21. Air force pilot

22. Indiana

23. 1867

24. 1948

25. Typhus

26. Toy helicopter

27. Glider

28. Government bureaucrats

29. rudder

30. Left-wing

Section 4

31. A

32. Genes

33. Tropical forests

34. Coral reefs

35. Wetlands

36. Decaying vegetation

37. People downstream

38. Dynamite fishing

39. Ecotourism

40. Environmental economists

 

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