IELTS Listening Practice Test 24
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- 1 Audio
- 2 Section 1
- 3 Section 2
- 4 Section 3
- 5 Section 4
- 6 Answers
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In Listening Test 24, you will hear 4 audio recordings. You’re supposed to answer questions 1-40 based on these recordings.
Section 1 is a conversation between a customer and a travel agent.
Section 2 is a monologue on the tenancy agreement and legalities.
Section 3 is a conversation between a professor and a student about a project.
Section 4 is a presentation on scholarship and funding.
1 On which day and date does the woman want to fly to Toronto?____________
2 What class does the woman want to fly in? ____________
3 What is the lowest price for a ticket on the days the customer has chosen? ____________
4 What do the ticket prices include? ____________
Complete the following information about the flight times, using NO MORE THAN ONE WORD OR A TIME for each gap.
|Airline||Outward flight||Return flight||Stopover|
Q. 9 and 10
Answer the following questions using NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.
9 What is the customer’s full name? ____________
10 Which company does she work for? ____________
Complete the following sentences using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each gap.
11 A tenancy agreement is a ____________ between the tenant and the landlord.
12 An assured shorthold tenancy means that your landlord cannot ask you to leave without a good reason during the ____________
13 Tenants should keep a ____________ of the tenancy agreement.
14 ____________ is a list of all the items in the property.
Decide which THREE of the following statements about deposits are correct and write the appropriate letters on your answer sheet in any order.
A They are special to England.
B They are generally equal to one month’s rent.
C They can be used instead of one month’s rent.
D They can cover unpaid bills when you leave the accommodation.
E They can cover the cost of damage to furniture.
F They are not payable when you use an accommodation agency.
G They can cover the legal costs of tenancy disputes.
Decide which are THREE ways a landlord can legally evict a tenant (other than an excluded tenant) and write the appropriate letters on your answer sheet in any order.
A By moving into the property.
B By moving a member of his/her family into the property.
C By applying to your educational institution for your eviction.
D By waiting until the tenancy agreement expires.
E By giving you notice that you have to leave.
F By giving you at least 4 weeks’ written notice that you have to leave.
G By getting a court to issue an order for you to leave.
H By contacting a law centre or the Citizens Advice Bureau.
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Answer the following questions using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
21 What did Klara originally want to do her project on?____________
22 Where can Klara read about housing prices every day? ____________
23Which facilities might influence housing prices? ____________
24 What did Klara’s friend suggest including information on? ____________
25 Where could Klara get such information from? ____________
Complete the following sentences using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR NUMBERS for each gap.
26 In the middle part, Klara needs to use a ____________
27 The professor suggests ____________ of the bibliography.
28 The professor suggests that headings are ____________
29 Klara has to finish the project in ____________
30 The last thing Klara needs to do before giving the professor her project is ____________
Complete the following information about British Education Scholarships, using NO MORE THAN ONE WORD AND/OR NUMBER for each gap.
British Education Scholarships
• available to all overseas students
• for students at 31____________ level
• 2,000 awarded each year
• full award, 32____________award, or partial award
• worth up to 33____________
Q. 34 and 35
Answer the following questions about Commonwealth Scholarships, using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR NUMBERS for each answer.
34 Where should you apply for this scholarship? ____________
35 How much is each scholarship worth? ____________
Complete the following information about Foreign Office Scholarships, using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each gap.
Foreign Office Scholarships
• awarded jointly by the Foreign Office and HE institutions
•usually awarded for 36____________
•not employed by the government or 37____________
•course must be in the field of 38____________
Q. 39 and 40
Answer the following questions about Overseas Students Research Awards, using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
39 What is covered by these awards? ____________
40 Which organization provides these awards? ____________
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|4.||taxes and surcharges|
|9.||Mary – Anne Reece|
|11.||written legal agreement|
|12.||first six months|
|22.||(in the) newspapers|
|24.||Crime rates/ statistics|
|27.||changing the formal|
|34.||British Council office|
|35.||£5,000 – £ 15,000|
|36.||taught postgraduate course|
|37.||(an) international organisation|
|40.||Ministry of Education|