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Open the IELTS Listening Sample 2 Questions

SECTION 1

You will hear a number of different recordings and you have to answer questions on what you hear. There will be time for you to read the instructions and questions and you will have a chance to check your work.

All the recordings will be played once only. The test is in 4 Sections. At the end of the test you will be given 10 minutes to transfer your answers to an answersheet.

Section One – Questions 1-10
Complete the notes. Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

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SECTION 2

Questions 11-20
Complete the notes below. Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.IELTS Listening Sample 3 image 3

There are many kinds of bicycles available:
• racing
• touring
• (11) ……………………………………….
• ordinary

They vary in price and (12) ………………………………………… .

Prices range from $50.00 to (13) ………………………………….. .

Single speed cycles are suitable for (14) ………………………….. .

Three speed cycles are suitable for (15) …………………………… .

Five and ten speed cycles are suitable for longer distances, hills and (16) ……………………………………… .

Ten speed bikes are better because they are (17) ………………………. in price but (18)……………………………….. .

Buying a cycle is like (19) …………………………… .

The size of the bicycle is determined by the size of the (20) ……………………………………… .

SECTION 3

Section Three – Questions 21-32

Questions 21-24
Circle the correct answer.

21. At first Fiona thinks that Martin’s tutorial topic is
A. inappropriate.
B. dull.
C. interesting.
D. fascinating.

22. According to Martin, the banana
A. has only recently been cultivated.
B. is economical to grow.
C. is good for your health.
D. is his favourite food.

23. Fiona listens to Martin because she
A. wants to know more about bananas.
B. has nothing else to do today.
C. is interested in the economy of Australia.
D. wants to help Martin.

24. According to Martin, bananas were introduced into Australia from
A. India.
B. England.
C. China.
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Questions 25-30
Complete Martin’s notes Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

Commercially grown
banana plant                    

 

Each banana tree produces
(25) ……………………………………………….
of bananas.
On modern plantations in tropical
conditions a tree can bear fruit after
(26) …………………………………….. .
Banana trees prefer to grow (27) ………………………………….. and they require
rich soil and (28) ………………………………. . The fruit is often protected by
(29) ……………………………………….. .
Ripe bananas emit a gas which helps other (30) …………………………………… .

 

Questions 31 and 32
Circle the TWO correct boxes.

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SECTION 4

Section Four – Questions 33-41

Questions 33-35
Circle the correct answer

According to the first speaker:

33. The focus of the lecture series is on
A. organising work and study.            C. coping with homesickness.
B. maintaining a healthy lifestyle.      D. settling in at university.

34. The lecture will be given by
A. the president of the Union.         C. a sports celebrity.
B. the campus doctor.                      D. a health expert.

According to the second speaker:

35. This week’s lecture is on
A. campus food.           C. sensible eating.
B. dieting.                      D. saving money.

Questions 36-39
Complete the notes. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

A balanced diet
A balanced diet will give you enough vitamins for normal daily living.
Vitamins in food can be lost through (36) ……………………………………….. .

Types of vitamins:
(a) Fat soluble vitamins are stored by the body.
(b) Water soluble vitamins – not stored, so you need
(37) .……………………………………………….. .

Getting enough vitamins
Eat (38) ………………………………………………………….. of foods.
Buy plenty of vegetables and store them in
(39) ………………………………………………………………………. .

Questions 40-41
Complete the diagram by writing NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS in the boxes provided.

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