Introducing the Listening.

It is a module which provides you scores on how well you understand the spoken English.

IELTS Listening

It is a module which provides you scores on how well you understand the spoken English. An audio script is played and one has to listen to the audio clip with the help of headphones and has to give answers on the basis of listening skills. It purely associates with understanding of the accent and concentration power of a candidate. Listening does not have any tip or trick. The more you listen, the more you score. Listening has 4 sections: Section1, Section2, Section3 and Section4. The audio clip is of 30 minutes and extra 10 minutes are provided to the candidates to transfer the answers on the listening answer sheet.


Listening

Questions 1-10
Questions 1-5

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

Transport from Airport to Milton

Example                                               Answer
 Distance:                                 ..............147.......... miles
Options:
  • Car hire
                 --- don't want to drive
  • 1………………………..
                 --expensive
  • Greyhound bus
                  --$ 15 single, $27.50 return
                 --direct to the 2……………….
                 -- long 3………………….
  • Airport Shuttle
                 --4………………. Service
                 --every 2 hours
                 --$35 single, $65 return
                 --need to 5…………….

Questions 6-10

Complete the booking form below.
Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

AIRPORT SHUTTLE BOOKING FORM

To:                                           Milton
Date:                                       6………………                                      No. of passengers:  One
Bus Time:                               7………………pm                               Type of ticket:          Single
Name:                                     Janet 8……………..
Flight No:                                9……………..                                        From:                       London Heathrow
Address in Milton:                   Vacation Motel,
                                                24, Kitchener Street
Fare:                                        $35
Credit card No:                        (Visa) 10…………………

Questions 1-10
Questions 1-5

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

Transport from Airport to Milton

Example                                               Answer
 Distance:                                 ..............147.......... miles
Options:
  • Car hire
                 --- don't want to drive
  • 1………………………..
                 --expensive
  • Greyhound bus
                  --$ 15 single, $27.50 return
                 --direct to the 2……………….
                 -- long 3………………….
  • Airport Shuttle
                 --4………………. Service
                 --every 2 hours
                 --$35 single, $65 return
                 --need to 5…………….

Questions 6-10

Complete the booking form below.
Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

AIRPORT SHUTTLE BOOKING FORM

To:                                           Milton
Date:                                       6………………                                      No. of passengers:  One
Bus Time:                               7………………pm                               Type of ticket:          Single
Name:                                     Janet 8……………..
Flight No:                                9……………..                                        From:                       London Heathrow
Address in Milton:                   Vacation Motel,
                                                24, Kitchener Street
Fare:                                        $35
Credit card No:                        (Visa) 10…………………

Questions 11-20
Questions 11-16

Choose the correct letter, A. B or C.

11 Ps Camping has been organizing holidays for

  A 15 years

  B 20 years

  C 25 years.

12 The company has most camping sites in

  A France.

  B Italy.

  C Switzerland.

13 Which organised activity can children do every day of the week?

  A football

  B drama

  C model making

14 Some areas of the Sites have a 'no noise' rule after

  A 9.30 pm.

  B 10.00 pm.

  C 10.30 pm.

15 The holiday insurance that is offered by Ps Camping

  A can be charged on an annual basis.

  B is included in the price of the holiday.

  C must be taken out at the time of booking.

16 Customers who recommend Ps Camping to friends will receive

  A. a free gift.

  B. an upgrade to a luxury tent.

  C. a discount.

 

Questions 17-20

What does the speaker say about the following items?

Write the correct letter A, B or C next to questions 17-20.

A They are provided in all tents.

B They are found in central areas of the campsite.

C They are available on request.

17 barbecues               ………………….

18 toys                          ………………….

19 cool boxes               ………………….

20 mops and buckets    …………………………

Questions 11-20
Questions 11-16

Choose the correct letter, A. B or C.

11 Ps Camping has been organizing holidays for

  A 15 years

  B 20 years

  C 25 years.

12 The company has most camping sites in

  A France.

  B Italy.

  C Switzerland.

13 Which organised activity can children do every day of the week?

  A football

  B drama

  C model making

14 Some areas of the Sites have a 'no noise' rule after

  A 9.30 pm.

  B 10.00 pm.

  C 10.30 pm.

15 The holiday insurance that is offered by Ps Camping

  A can be charged on an annual basis.

  B is included in the price of the holiday.

  C must be taken out at the time of booking.

16 Customers who recommend Ps Camping to friends will receive

  A. a free gift.

  B. an upgrade to a luxury tent.

  C. a discount.

 

Questions 17-20

What does the speaker say about the following items?

Write the correct letter A, B or C next to questions 17-20.

A They are provided in all tents.

B They are found in central areas of the campsite.

C They are available on request.

17 barbecues               ………………….

18 toys                          ………………….

19 cool boxes               ………………….

20 mops and buckets    …………………………

Questions 21-30
Questions 21-23

Complete the notes below. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INDIVIDUALS

          IN THE WORKPLACE

Individuals bring different:
  • Ideas
  • 21 ……………………………..
  • learning experiences
Work behaviour differences are due to:
  • personality
  • 22 ……………………………….

Effects of diversity on companies:
     Advantage: diversity develops 23 …………………………
     Disadvantage: diversity can cause conflict

Questions 24-27

Choose the correct letter, A, B or C
24 Janice thinks that employers should encourage workers who are
   A potential leaders.
   B open to new ideas.
   C good at teamwork.
25 Janice suggests that managers may find it difficult to
   A form successful groups.
   B balance conflicting needs.
   C deal with uncooperative workers.
26 Janice believes employers should look for job applicants who
   A can think independently.
   B will obey the system.
   C can solve problems.
27 Janice believes managers should
   A demonstrate good behaviour.
   B encourage co-operation early on.
   C increase financial incentives

Questions 28-30

Complete the sentences below. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.
28 All managers need to understand their employees and recognise their company's …………………
29 When managing change, increasing the company's …………………………. may be more important than employee satisfaction.
30 During periods of change, managers may have to cope with increased amounts of ………………………

Questions 21-30
Questions 21-23

Complete the notes below. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INDIVIDUALS

          IN THE WORKPLACE

Individuals bring different:
  • Ideas
  • 21 ……………………………..
  • learning experiences
Work behaviour differences are due to:
  • personality
  • 22 ……………………………….

Effects of diversity on companies:
     Advantage: diversity develops 23 …………………………
     Disadvantage: diversity can cause conflict

Questions 24-27

Choose the correct letter, A, B or C
24 Janice thinks that employers should encourage workers who are
   A potential leaders.
   B open to new ideas.
   C good at teamwork.
25 Janice suggests that managers may find it difficult to
   A form successful groups.
   B balance conflicting needs.
   C deal with uncooperative workers.
26 Janice believes employers should look for job applicants who
   A can think independently.
   B will obey the system.
   C can solve problems.
27 Janice believes managers should
   A demonstrate good behaviour.
   B encourage co-operation early on.
   C increase financial incentives

Questions 28-30

Complete the sentences below. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.
28 All managers need to understand their employees and recognise their company's …………………
29 When managing change, increasing the company's …………………………. may be more important than employee satisfaction.
30 During periods of change, managers may have to cope with increased amounts of ………………………

Questions 31-40
Questions 31-35

Complete the notes below. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

SEMINAR ON ROCK ART

Preparation for fieldwork trip to Namibia in 31…………………….

Rock art in Namibia may be

  • paintings
  • engravings

Earliest explanation of engravings of animal footprints

They were used to help 32……………….. learn about tracking

But:

  • Why are the tracks usually 33………………..?
  • Why are some engravings realistic and others unrealistic?
  • Why are the unrealistic animals sometimes half 34………………?

More recent explanation:

Wise men may have been trying to control wild animals with 35……………………..

Comment:

Earlier explanation was due to scholars over-generalising from their experience of a different culture.

Questions 36-40

Complete the sentences below.

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

36 If you look at a site from a....................., you reduce visitor pressure.

37 To camp on a site may be disrespectful to people from that...................

38 Undiscovered material may be damaged by .....................

39 You should avoid……………………. or tracing rock art as it is so fragile.

40 In general, your aim is to leave the site…………………….. .

Questions 31-40
Questions 31-35

Complete the notes below. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

SEMINAR ON ROCK ART

Preparation for fieldwork trip to Namibia in 31…………………….

Rock art in Namibia may be

  • paintings
  • engravings

Earliest explanation of engravings of animal footprints

They were used to help 32……………….. learn about tracking

But:

  • Why are the tracks usually 33………………..?
  • Why are some engravings realistic and others unrealistic?
  • Why are the unrealistic animals sometimes half 34………………?

More recent explanation:

Wise men may have been trying to control wild animals with 35……………………..

Comment:

Earlier explanation was due to scholars over-generalising from their experience of a different culture.

Questions 36-40

Complete the sentences below.

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

36 If you look at a site from a....................., you reduce visitor pressure.

37 To camp on a site may be disrespectful to people from that...................

38 Undiscovered material may be damaged by .....................

39 You should avoid……………………. or tracing rock art as it is so fragile.

40 In general, your aim is to leave the site…………………….. .