IELTS Listening Practice Test 29 – with Answers
- 1 Audio
- 2 Section 1
- 3 Section 2
- 4 Section 3
- 5 Section 4
- 6 Answers
In Listening Test 29, you will hear 4 audio recordings and answer questions 1-40. Each recording will be played only once.
Section 1 is a conversation between 2 people discussing enrollment in a university course.
Section 2 is a conversation between Sally Jackson and a group of university students.
Section 3 is a conversation among 2 training college students and their liaisoning officer.
Section 4 is a presentation on household waste recycling.
1 Currently, the man is studying
2 The man wants to study
3 When are the Registration Packs available for first-year students?
4 To complete the registration process, the student has
B Two months
C Three months
Complete the form below.
Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
|REQUEST FOR INFORMATION|
|ADDRESS||5 Unit 12____________ Ave Mermaid Beach,4554|
|7 [email protected]____________|
Which THREE ways to register are mentioned?
A by email
B by mail
C by phone
D in person
E text message
F by facsimile
Q. 11 and 12
Choose the correct answers A-C and write them next to 11-12 on your answer sheet.
11 Sally Jackson is ____________
A a university lecturer.
B a university student.
C a secretary at the university.
12 What does Sally say about bank accounts?
A You are obliged to open a new one at the university.
B The matter should be discussed with the Director of Studies.
C Some students may not have to worry about opening one.
Complete the table below. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
|Monday-Friday||Orientation & Welfare||10 am||Tour of campus Sessions to develop 13 _______|
|Monday-Friday||Tour of Upton||5 pm||Visits to14 _______ and Ghost walk|
|Monday||Academic fair||1 pm||Talk to students and
|Tuesday||Societies Fair||1 pm||More than
16 _______ societies and sports
|Wednesday||17 _______||2-5 pm||Lots of bargains|
Which THREE statements are true about the entertainment programme?
A Sally cannot reveal the name of the hand for the first party.
B Students can bring a guest to the opening party.
C There will be a concert at the Cotswold Theatre on Monday.
D There is an important event on Thursday.
E There is no formal dress code for the Freshers’ Ball.
F Students should check the notice board for changes to the announced programme.
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Answer the questions below.
21 According to the liaison officer, what do volunteers help provide? ____________
22 What can volunteers help students check and correct? ____________
23 What aspect of students’ self-management can volunteers assist greatly with improving? ____________
24 What will volunteers try to develop in the students so that they exert themselves more? ____________
25 What is it that teachers have that allows them to respond to individual student requirements? ____________
Complete the summary below using phrases from the list.
Choose your answers from the list and write the letters A-H.
A vocational learning experiences
B practical components
C self-learning software
D academic backgrounds
E marine studies
F interesting developments
G scholastic competitions
H Building and construction
Sharon and Jester have different 26 _______ Sharon studied business while Lester studied science.
They are volunteering to help out at a school which is increasing its students’ 27_______ in a number of subject areas. The 28_______ programme is well underway. It’s a well-equipped school and the liaison officer is particularly impressed by the 29_______ The school offers many things to do outside the curriculum and students are encouraged to take part in 30 _______
HOUSEHOLD WASTE RECYCLING
31 By 2008, carbon dioxide emissions need to be _______ lower than in 1990.
32 Recycling saves energy and reduces emissions from landfill sites and _______
33 People say that one problem is a lack of _______ sites for household waste.
34 Glass designed to be utilised for _______ cannot be recycled with other types of glass.
35 In the UK, _______ tons of glass is recycled each year.
|Companies working with recycled materials|
|Material||Company||Product company manufactures|
|glass||CLF Aggregates||the material used for making 36 _______|
|Paper save||37 _______ for use on forms|
|Plastic||Pacrite||38 _______ for collecting waste|
|Johnson & Jones||40 _______|
|8.||B, C, D (IN ANY ORDER)|
|9.||B, C, D (IN ANY ORDER)|
|10.||B, C, D (IN ANY ORDER)|
|14.||CASTLE AND MUSEUM|
|18.||A, D, E (IN ANY ORDER)|
|19.||A, D, E (IN ANY ORDER)|
|20.||A, D, E (IN ANY ORDER)|