Listening Test 1 Volume 8

Listening Section 1


Listen carefully and answer Questions 1 to 10:

Questions 1-5

Complete the information below.

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

Tour information

Destination Sydney
Tour type 1
Tourist attractions The Harbour Bridge The Opera House

The Queen Victoria 2

Timetable From 7 am to 3 pm
Closest stop 4 metres out from here, at the front of the 5 


Questions 6-10

Complete the booklet of ticket types below.

Write ONE WORD OR A NUMBER for each answer.

Ticket types

minimal $ 6   Valid during 7 hours
8 30$ Lasts all day
premium $ 9 Lasts all day free drinks and snacks 10 

Listening Section 2

Listen carefully and answer Questions 11 to 20:

Questions 11-15

Choose FIVE letters, A-I.

Which FIVE group fitness programs are available at Fitness Land?


Questions 16-20

Complete the timetable of group activities below.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

Day Activity name
Monday 16
Tuesday 17
Wednesday 18
Thursday 19
Friday 20

Listening Section 3

Listen carefully and answer Questions 21 to 30:

Questions 21-25

Answer the questions below.

Choose the correct letter, A, B, or C.

21 Why do people experience pain?

22 What parts of our body are responsible for feeling pain?

23 How many people in the UK suffer from pain?

24 Is chronic pain different from pain we feel when we knock our knee?

25 Professor John Wood compares pain perception to


Questions 26-28

Choose the correct letters, A, B, or C.

26 How do scientists block pain nowadays?

27 When do patients experience “phantom limb” pain?

28 Are peripheral nerves involved in process of feeling pain?


Questions 29-30

Complete the information below.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

What’s happening in a case of phantom limb?

Pain can create a 29 of itself. The same way listening to music can take you to a certain point in time, some sort of stimulation can cause a 30 to be re-experienced.

Listening Section 4

Listen carefully and answer Questions 31 to 40:

Questions 31-33

Complete the sentences below.

Write NO MORE THAN ONE WORD for each answer.

Psychologist Dr Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic says, “If narcissism is fire, then Facebook is  31

People have a desire to broadcast their lives to reinforce their self- concept, 32 and self-centered needs.

According to the recent research, the more time you spend on the various social networks, the more  33 you become.


Questions 34-36

Choose the correct letter, A, B, or C.

34 Social networks may cause depression because:

35 What is the biggest problem of children and teenagers who spend too much time online?

36 If children spend their time looking at screens instead of looking out, what consequences it may cause?


Questions 37-40

Complete the sentences below.

Write NO MORE THAN ONE WORD for each answer.

Psychotherapist Gillian Isaacs Russell discovered that there are some distinct differences between working on the screen and working
37 in the room.

Therapies like CBT are appropriate for online use because they are 38

Psychotherapists have to pay attention to 39 , non-verbal part of relationship, as it makes 60% of our communication.

There are some risks related to treatment at distance, because therapists can’t see the whole body and a lot of 40 things that are going on.


1             bus tour
2            Building
3            9/nine
4            20/twenty
5            hotel
6            fifteen/15
7             2/two
8            standard
9            55/fifty-five
10            audioguide / audio-guide
11/12/13/14/15            A,C,F,H,I
16             muscle building
17             fat loss
18             healthy body
19             relaxation
20            interval trainings
21            B
22             C
23             C
24            B
25            A
26             A
27             C
28            B
29            memory
30             learnt sensation
31            gasoline
32             self-esteem
33             narcissistic
34             C
35             A
36             C
37            co-presently
38             didactic
39             implicit
40             intimate