IELTS LISTENING PRACTICE TEST 48

by | May 23, 2021 | Listening

SECTION 1 : QUESTIONS 1-10

Questions 1–2

Circle the correct answer A–C.

Example

The festival is about

A. rivers.
B. the inhabitants.
(C). arts and music

1. The festival ends on

  1. Friday afternoon
  2. Sunday afternoon
  3. Sunday evening

2. It will take place on

  1. 14th July.
  2. 4th July.
  3. 4th August.

Questions 3–4

Circle TWO answers A – E.

You can buy tickets from

  1. the Town Hall.
  2. the festival office.
  3. libraries.
  4. tourist advice centres.
  5. post offices.

Questions 5-7

Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS in each space.

It is forecast that the festival will take place during the 5……………..  weekends of the year.

Food will be available from 6…………………

There will be a bar selling soft drinks, 7…………………

Questions 8-10

Write  NO MORE THAN TWO WORD in each space.

Name of bandWhere they come fromWhat kind of music
Petie’s Dozen8…………………Jazz
Strings PolandPoland9…………………
The Fiddlers10…………………Folk

SECTION 2 : QUESTIONS 11-20

Questions 11-20

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS or A NUMBER from the audio in the spaces.

                                                       Current Account Overdraft Application Form
Full nameMicheal O’ Drew
Current Account no:39261916
Address:24, Kilverton Drive, 11…………………
Post code:12…………………
Tel:0458 88320
Date of birth:23th of 13…………………, 1967
Work:Culver Engineering – 30 14…………………, Carbury
Tel:   15…………………
Number of years in job:approx. 3 years
Current salary:£ 16…………………
Outgoings:Mortgage: £ 17…………………
Cards:£45 in credit card 18…………………, £19 for store cards
Personal loans:19…………………
Overdraft facility approved?Y / N
Overdraft limit:  £ 20…………………

SECTION 3 : QUESTIONS 21-30

Questions 21-25

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. There are ………………… positions in the student union.

23. Two positions will be arranged officially after the election are the president and ………………….

24. The total number of candidates in the second round are …………………

25. Last year, only roughly ………………… of the total number of students eligible to vote actually care about the election.

Questions 26-30

Complete the notes below.

For questions 24-25 select ONE WORD for each answer.

For questions 26 -30 select the letter A–D. Write 

CANDIDATEGood choice?
Aif Maria approves
Bif David approves
Cit both approve
Dif neither approves.
Jenny de Groot – Women’sOfficer26…………………
Michael McCarthy – Entertainments Officer27…………………
Wu Bing Lei – Overseas Officer28…………………
Charles Law – Finance Officer29…………………
Brian McKay – Liaison Officer30…………………

SECTION 4 : QUESTIONS 31-40

Questions 31-32

Choose TWO answers.

The main topics of the lecture are

  1. introduction lo linguistics
  2. the history of European languages
  3. various languages
  4. how languages develop
  5. the evolution of written languages

Questions 33–40

Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each space.

33. Examples of natural languages are English, French, …………………

34. In reality, natural languages are always …………………

 PIDGINCREOLE
OrginsCame into being when two groups couldn’t communicate in 35………………Developed from pidgin into 36…………………
SpokenIn Papua New Guinea, the Caribbean, China, 37…………………In, for example, 38…………………
FeaturesSimplified form of one of the two groups’ languages. Words often have more than 39…………………As complex as natural languages.
Have to fight to get the  40…………………
View Answers
IELTS LISTENING PRACTICE TEST
Answer Keys: LISTENING
1. C
2. C
3-4. B, E
5. hottest and sunniest
6. (several) stands
7. beer and wine
8. New Orleans
9. Classical music
10. Ireland
11. Chalvey
12. SA39ER
13. February
14. Works Yard
15. 091279509
16. 18,000,18000
17. 450
18. charges
19none
20. 250
21. 4/four
22. seven/7
23. the vice-president
24. 20/twenty
25. a quarter
26. C
27. B
28. D
29. B
30. A
31, 32. C, D
33. German, Greek/Greek, German
34. changing
35. each other’s language
36. a full language
37. India, the Pacific
38. New Orleans
39. one meaning
40. language recognised/recognized

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