IELTS Listening Practice Test 9

IELTS Listening Practice Test 9

In the Listening Test 9, you will hear 4 audio recordings and answer questions 1-40.

Section 1 is a conversation about a job interview Ms Penny Jones being interviewed by Mr White.

Section 2 is an introduction to a kindergarten.

Section 3 is a conversation between 3 students discussing their revision for exams.

Section 4 is a presentation on suggestions for the facilities required in a school that is to be built.

Audio

 

Section 1

Questions 1-10

Complete the following sentence with NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS

Mr White is a …………………….

Example: personnel manager

Question 1

Complete the following sentence with NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS

1. Ms Jones got to the interview ………………….

Question 2-5

Complete the following form.

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

Personal details of the applicant
Full name  Penny Ann 2…………………..
Citizenship 3…………………….
Date of birth         Jan 3, 1980
Address Flat     502, 56 4……………………….., Oxford
Home phone number 5………………………
E-mail address   [email protected]

Question 6

Complete the following sentence with THREE WORDS

6. Ms Jones has a degree in ……………………………

Question 7

Choose the correct letter, A-C

7. Ms Jones says ………………………..

A. her major would help her satisfy various interests

B. she wasn’t at first interested in the health field

C. her parents helped her to select her major

Question 8-10

Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer

8. Where is Ms Jones applying for a job? ………………………

9. What does Mr White call companies’ threats of job losses? ………………………..

10. What does Ms Jones say can help companies reduce costs? ……………………..

Also check : IELTS Listening tips

Section 2

Question 11-20

Question 11-13

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

The headmistress will first tell her visitors about her kindergarten’s 11……………………… and 12……………………….. Maria Montessori is 13………………………….

Question 14-16

Complete the following sentences.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer

The headmistress says playing with toys and other things can help children to develop 14………………………. She says things like 15……………………… and 16……………………….. should be seen as valuable resources.

Question 17-18

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer

On this map of the school, A is the 17……………………. and B is the 18………………………….

IELTS Listening Test 09

Question 19-20

Complete the following sentences.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer

19. The headmistress says getting dirty in the garden is good for the children’s …………………….

20. There are inside the cupboard of the first classroom ………………………

Section 3

Question 21-30

Question 21-22

Choose TWO letters, A-E

Why was Jill late?

A. She was busy doing something for Harry and Bob.

B. She needed to eat breakfast.

C. She had a problem with a shoe.

D. She had too many phone calls.

E. Because of traffic jams

Question 23-25

Answer the following questions in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS

23. Where does Jill say Bob and Harry go every night? …………………………..

24. What does Jill say Bob and Harry should do first? ……………………………

25. What does Jill consider her suggestions as? …………………………….

Question 26-28

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

For a few weeks, Jill wants Harry and Bob to stop 26……………………….. and 27……………………………. Jill wants the other two to 28……………………….. timetable as soon as she leaves them.

Question 29-30

Choose TWO letters, A-E

Jill says ………………………..

A. the time for reviewing is limited

B. when reviewing, it is best to take a five-minute break every hour

C. when reviewing, one should walk around once an hour

D. reviewing separately is not a good idea

E. Harry and Bob should question each other regularly while reviewing

Section 4

Question 31-40

Question 31-35

Fill in the blanks on the following form.

Use NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS OR A NUMBER for each answer

Data collected on the town of                                 31…………………………..

No. of households                                                      32…………………………..

33……………………..                                                      31,000

Average annual household income                         £83,000

No. of families with income over £50,000           34…………………………..

No. of families surveyed                                           35…………………………..

Question 36-38

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer

Two types of facilities that are planned to be added in the second and third years after the school opens are 36…………………….. and 37……………………….. And one of the most important facilities required by most parents is 38……………………

Question 39-40

Choose TWO letters, A-E

According to the talk, which of the followings are right?

A. The club does not need a large golf practice range.

B. The range is close to the site of the proposed school.

C. The parents insist on no computer games.

D. The parents want a cafeteria selling fast food to save students time.

E. Musical instruments are included in the budget.

Answers

Section 1

1. by bus

2. Jones

3. British

4. Rose Gardens

5. 798 4865

6. Public Health Management

7. A

8. US

9. political hot potato

10. adopting cleaner technologies

Section 2

11. philosophy of education

12. teaching principles

13. educator and doctor

14. abstract ideas

15. waste

16. soil

17. dining hall

18. classroom block

19. healthy development

20. blankets

Section 3

21. A

22. E

23. the bar

24. organise their time

25. basic stuff

26. going to parties

27. drinking

28. write down

29. A

30. B

Section 4

31. Green Forest

32. 7.500

33. population

34. 3.200

35. 320

36. classrooms

37. residences

38. language lab/ sports facilities/ computer center/ Cafeteria/ main hall

39. A

40. E

Continue with…Test 10

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