IELTS Listening Sentence Completion | Example 4
|Mike: And it’s a bright sunny morning, here at Portsmouth University radio. The radio station that brings you all the news and lots of the fun non-news from our wonderful campus and the city we live in. I’m your host Mike and with me is …
Rita: Rita! Hi guys!
Mike: So Rita what’s on the menu this morning ?
Rita: As usual Mike, we’ll start off with the most important, most exciting and interesting news for all those thousands of our highly intellectual,very serious listener’s. Sports.
Mike: Right! Good news from the women’s soccer team last night, I hear.
Rita: Sure is. They thrash Southampton by would you believe it? Not four not five, but six goals to nil, nothing zero. So the team’s looking good for the Southern England University League that starts this Saturday.
Mike: Did you see the game Rita? I wanted to but was stuck in the lab. Playing with rats.
Rita: See the game against our closest rivals. Do you think I’d have missed it? Great game.
Mike: So who scored?
Rita: No surprises here. Molly and Baker scored the first three all in the first half. Susie Smith last year’s top scorer hit the net five minutes into the second half followed two minutes later by Joan Michael. Then Molly finished off the mask at just before the final whistle.
Mike: Fantastic players. Great team, all our listeners know Smith, of course, the blond dynamite, and Joan Mitchell from last year, but Molly is new on campus, a first-year post-graduate medical student all the way from Ghana, where she played for the national team. Top scorer. An incredible 25 goals in international matches last season. African woman player of the year.
Complete the sentences using NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS.
|1.The radio station broadcasts news from the city and a lot of fun-non news from _____________.
2. The radio jockey kicked off the morning with _________, the most exciting and the interesting news.
3. The Southern England University league for the women’s soccer will commence from _________.
4. According to the conversation, the other name for the top scorer, Susie Smith is _________.
5. Molly, a first-year __________ student was from Ghana.
|1.The radio station broadcasts news from the city and a lot of fun-non news from Portsmouth University.
2. The radio jockey kicked off the morning with sports news, the most exciting and the interesting news.
3. The Southern England University league for the women’s soccer will commence from Saturday.
4. According to the conversation, the other name for the top scorer, Susie Smith is the blond dynamite.
5. Molly, a first-year Post-Graduate medical student was from Ghana.
|For the first question, we understand that the radio station brings all the news from the city and a lot of fun non-news from the Portsmouth University campus. So, the answer is Portsmouth University. Here, broadcast means transmit (a programme or some information) by radio or TV.
For the second question, we come to know from the conversation that the radio jockey, Mike started off with the most important and interesting news for the listeners was the Sports news. So, the correct answer is Sports news. Here, started off means kicked off and a radio jockey means a radio presenter or disc jockey.
For the third question, we understand that the women’s soccer team’s looking good for the Southern England University league which has been scheduled to start from Saturday. So, the correct answer is Saturday. Here, start means commence.
For the fourth question, we understand from the conversation that the top scorer, Susie Smith, was called the blond dynamite. Thus, the answer is blond dynamite.
For the fifth question, we come to knock from the conversation that Molly was new on campus, a first-year post-graduate medical student who belonged to Ghana. Thus, the answer is Post-Graduate medical. Here, Post-Graduate is a hyphenated word and is counted as one word.
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