IELTS Listening - CHOICE ROUTE
Listening Test 3 Volume 11
Listening Section 1
Listen carefully and answer Questions 1 to 10:
Complete the following information about the cars available for rental using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS OR NUMBERS for each answer.
|Size||Miles per gallon||Price*|
*Prices include tax and 4)
Complete the following information using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS OR NUMBERS for each answer.
|Address||7) Arlington Close, Beddleton, Yorkshire.|
Complete the following sentences.
In the car, there is a 8) and a torch.
The registration number of the car is 9)
The car uses a 10) locking system.
Listening Section 2
Listen carefully and answer Questions 11 to 20:
Answer the following questions using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
How did the traveller hear about New York? 11)
How did the speaker travel to New York? 12)
What surprised the traveller about New York’s airport? 13)
What happened in London? 14)
Complete the following sentences using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
The traveller liked the different kinds of 15)
Things that the traveller didn’t like in New York were the 16)
From the flat, the traveller could see the 17)
Choose the correct answer or answers from A-D.
18) The traveller found New Yorkers to be
19) Which people showed the traveller around New York?
20) What event did the traveller not attend?
Listening Section 3
Listen carefully and answer Questions 21 to 30:
Complete the notes on how to teach kina esthetic learners using ONLY ONE WORD for each gap.
Cestures-especially 21) ones.
Spell out words in the 22)
Put 23) on board and students label it.
Students 24) out words and others guess them.
Complete the following sentences about visual learners using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
Flash cards can be different colours according to the 25)
Students learn new words by 26) them in texts and ask their partners for meanings.
Lastly, Tina points out that 27) can be used.
Complete the summary on auditory learners using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each gap.
Students listen to a 28) and draw what they hear or the teacher could describe a picture and the teacher and students can see whose picture was closest to the original.
Each student gets a flash card and holds up their card when the 29) is used in a song, poem or story. Students add a sentence to a story, including the word on their flash card.
The teacher gives the students lyrics with some words replaced by 30) words. Students listen to the song and make corrections.
Listening Section 4
Listen carefully and answer Questions 31 to 40:
Complete the following sentences according to the information given by the tutor. Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
Note taking improves your ability to 31) on what the speaker says.
Note taking allows you to get a 32) of the material being presented.
There are many ways of taking notes, but they must allow you to 33) contained in them and connect them together.
Complete the following notes according to the information given by the tutor. Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
Title of lecture:
|Write it down 34)|
|Direct signal||For example 35) you get this down.”|
|Indirect signal||Pausing. Speaking slowly, loudly. Using stress.|
|Repetition||36) and add new information.|
|Book recommendation||Tutor usually 37) reading whole book.|
|General advice||Avoid repetition 38) obvious points.|
Summarize important ideas
Complete the following notes on recommended books. Use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.
|39)||Tony Lynch||6 and 12|
|Learning to Study in English||Brian Heaton and Don Dunmore||40)|
6 Hectrix Electronics
7 Unit 2/Two
8 first aid kit
9 K758 SMD
11 (from) friends
12 (travelled/traveled) by plane
13 lot of foreigners
14 (they) changed planes
15 buildings and monuments
16 crowds (and) (bad) weather
25 part(s) of speech
27 spider diagrams
29 word or phrase
32 deeper understanding
33 reproduce the ideas
34 in full
35 Make sure
36 Go back
37 doesn’t suggest
39 Study Listening
40 5,10/ 5 and 10