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Sunday, 2 April 2017

IELTS LISTENING PRACTICE TEST - 13

IELTS LISTENING PRACTICE TEST



SECTION 1
Questions 1-10
Complete the form below.

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

Pinder’s Animal Park
Example
Enquiries about temporary work

Personal Details:

 Name:
Jane 1 ___________
 Address:
2 ___________ Exeter 
 Telephone number:
07792430921
 Availability:
Can start work on 3 ___________

Work details
 Preferred type of work:
Assistant 4 ___________
 Relevant skills:
Familiar with kitchen 5 ___________
 Relevant qualifications:
6 ___________ certificate 
 Training required:
7 ___________ course 

Referee:
 Name:
Dr Ruth Price
 Position:
8 ___________
 Phone number:
9 ___________
 Other: 
Applicant has a form of 10___________


SECTION 2
Questions 11-15
Choose the correct answer, A, B or C.

Tamerton Centre

11    The Tamerton Centre was set up in order to encourage people
A   to enjoy being in the countryside.
B   to help conserve the countryside.
C   to learn more about the countryside.

12     Last year’s group said that the course
A   built their self esteem.
B   taught them lots of new skills.
C   made them fitter and stronger.

13    For the speaker, what’s the most special feature of the course?
A   You can choose which activities you do.
B   There’s such a wide variety of activities.
C   You can become an expert in new activities.

14    The speaker advises people to bring
A   their own board games.
B   extra table tennis equipment.
C   a selection of films on DVD.

15     Bed-time is strictly enforced because
A   it’s a way to reduce bad behaviour.
B   tiredness can lead to accidents.
C   it makes it easy to check everyone’s in.

Questions 16-20
What rules apply to taking different objects to the Centre?
Match each object with the correct rule, A-C.
Write the correct letter, A-C.

Objects
16 Electrical equipment   _________
17 Mobile phone    _________
18 Sun cream   _________                  
19 Aerosol deodorant   _________
20 Towel   _________                         

Rules
A You MUST take this
B You CAN take this, if you wish
C You must NOT take this


SECTION 3
Questions 21-25

Label the diagram below.
Write the correct letter, A-G, next to questions 21-25 below.

21    Waste container  _________
22    Slurry  _________
23   Water inlet  _________
24   Gas  _________
25   Overflow tank  _________


Questions 26-30
Complete the flow chart below.
Choose FIVE answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-G, next to questions 26-30.


Identify sequence.
B Ask questions.
C Copy.
D Demonstrate meaning.
Distribute worksheet.
F Draw pictures.
Present sentences


LESSON OUTLINE YEAR THREE
TOPIC: ENERGY

ACTIVITIES
Teacher: Introduce word
Pupils: look and listen
Teacher: 26 ___________
Pupils: look and listen
Teacher: Present question
Pupils: respond
Teacher: 27 ___________
Pupils: 28 ___________ and expand
Teacher: Display pictures
Pupils: 29 ___________
Teacher: 30 ___________
Pupils: write
 Teacher: Monitor pupils


SECTION 4


Questions 31-40

Complete the notes below.
Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

Creating artificial gills

Background

•                Taking in oxygen; mammals - lungs; fish - gills
•                Long-held dreams - humans swimming underwater without oxygen tanks
•                Oxygen tanks considered too 31 ___________ and large
•                Attempts to extract oxygen directly from water
•                1960s - prediction that humans would have gills added by 32 ___________
•                Ideas for artificial gills were inspired by research on
·         fish gills
·         fish swim bladders
·         animals without gills - especially bubbles used by 33 ___________
               

Building a simple artificial gill

•             Make a watertight box of a material which lets 34 ___________ pass through
•             Fill with air and submerge in water Important that the diver and the water keep 35 ___________
•             The gill has to have a large 36 ___________
•             Designers often use a network of small 37 ___________ on their gill
              Main limitation - problems caused by increased 38 ___________ in deeper water


Other applications

•             Supplying oxygen for use on 39 ___________
•             Powering 40 ___________ cells for driving machinery underwater


Answers
. Lamerton:
2. 42 West Lane:
3. 11th June:
4. cook:
5. equipment:
6. food-handling:
7. First Aid:
8. college tutor:
9. 0208 685114:
10. colour blindness:
11. A:
12. A:
13. B:
14. A:
15. C:
16. C:
17. A:
18. B:
19. C:
20. B:
21. C:
22. G:
23. A:
24. E:
25. F:
26. D:
27. G:
28. C:
29. A:
30. E:
31. heavy:
32. surgery:
33. beetles:
34. gas:
35. moving:
36. surface area:
37. tubes:
38. pressure:
39. a submarine:
40. fuel: