IELTS Listening Practice Test 70 – with Answers
- 1 Audio
- 2 Section 1
- 3 Section 2
- 4 Section 3
- 5 Section 4
- 6 Questions 31-32
- 7 Answers
Section 1 is a guide introducing tourists to the Red River Festival.
Section 2 is a conversation between a man and a female bank employee talking about getting a loan.
Section 3 is a conversation between two students, David and Maria, about the candidates for an election for student officers.
Section 4 is a lecturer giving a talk on languages.
Circle the correct answer A-C. Write answers next to 1-2 on your answer sheet.
The festival is about
B the inhabitants.
C arts and music
1 The festival lasts for
A 2 days.
B 3 days.
C 4 days.
2 It will take place on
A 14,h July.
B 4th July.
C 4th August.
Circle TWO answers A-E. Write answers next to 3-4 on your answer sheet.
You can buy tickets from
A the Town Hall.
B the festival office.
D tourist advice centres.
E post offices.
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS in each space.
5 The weather forecast for the festival is___________________
6 Food will be available from__________________________
7 There will be a bar selling soft drinks,_____________________
Write ONE WORD in each space.
|Name of band||Where they come from||What kind of music|
Write A WORD or A NUMBER in the spaces.
Current Account Overdraft Application Form
|Full name||Micheal O’ Drew|
|Current Account no:||39261916|
|Address:||24, Kilverton Drive, 11 ______________|
|Date of birth:||23th of 13 _________________ 1967|
|Work:||Culver Engineering – 30 14______________ Carbury|
|The number of years in a job:||approx. 3 years|
|Current salary:||£ 16__________________|
|Outgoings:||Mortgage: £ 17__________________|
|Cards:||£45 in credit card 18 __________ £19 for store cards|
|Overdraft facility approved?||Y / N|
|Overdraft limit:||£ 20_____________________|
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Complete each sentence with NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS or A NUMBER for each space.
Student Union Elections
21 There are_________________colleges in the university.
22 This election is held to choose______________student union officers.
23 Turnout last year was only_____________ percent of those eligible to vote.
24 The total number of candidates in the second round is________________
25. Last year, only roughly_________________of the total number of students eligible to vote actually care about the election.
Complete the notes below.
Write ONE WORD for each answer.
Choose the letter A-D. Write answers next to 26-30 on your answer sheet.
A if Maria approves,
B if David approves,
C it both approve,
D if neither approves.
|Jenny de Groot – Women’s Officer||26_________|
|Michael McCarthy – Entertainments Officer||27 _________|
|Wu Bing Lei – Overseas Officer||28 _________|
|Charles Law – Finance Officer||29_________|
|Brian McKay – Liaison Officer||30 _________|
Choose TWO answers. Write answers next to 31-32 on your answer sheet.
The main topics of the lecture are
A introduction lo linguistics
B the history of European languages
C various languages
D how languages develop
E languages and evolution
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each space.
33 Examples of natural languages are English, _______________________
34 In reality, natural languages are always__________________________
|Origins||Came into being when two groups couldn’t communicate in 35______________||Developed from a pidgin into 36_______________|
|Spoken||In Papua New Guinea, the Caribbean, 38______________||In, for example, 37________________|
|Features||The simplified form of one of the two groups’ languages. Words have more 39______________||As complex as natural languages.
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|3||B or E|
|4||E or B|
|5||hot and sunny|
|7||beer and wine|
|13||23rd February 1967|
|31||C or D|
|32||D or C|
|33||French and German/French and Greek/German and Greek|
|35||each other’s languages|
|36||a full language|
|37||(French) New Orleans|
|38||China and India/China, the Pacific/India, the Pacific|
|39||than one meaning|