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Listening Full Test 7 - Section 3
Questions 21 and 22.
Choose TWO letters, A–E
Professor Jones thinks that Mark will ask for more time for his essay because:
- A. two other students have already asked her
- B. her students never plan their assignments
- C. most students have handed in their assignments
- D. it is the dat before the assignment is due in
- E. Mark is always late with his assignments
Choose ONE letter, A , B or C
23. Mark needs an extension because:
A. he was sick and went to the doctor
B. he had a problem with his computer
C. his brother had a personal problem
24. Mark didn’t come to see Professor Jones a week ago because:
- A. he thought his writing was very bad
- B he planned to finish the essay on time
- C he wanted to keep his grade point average
25. Which role below it NOT correct?
- A. ask at least 3 days before the essay is due
- B. fill out a form and then email it
- C. talk to your teacher in person
Complete the notes below.
Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
Professor Jone’s feedback
- Mark needs to add 26 …………….. to his bibliography
- He should look in the online database
- His essay has no 27 ……………..
- Mark plans to explain the theories and show 28 …………….. for each of them
- He should 29 …………….. the essay before he hands it in
- He can have one 30 …………….. for his assignment
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21. A 22. D 23. C 24. B 25. A 26. three/3references 27. introduction 28. evidence 29. edit 30. extra day
You will hear a conversation between a student called Mark and his teacher, Professor Jones. First you have some time to look at questions 21 to 25.
Now listen carefully and answer questions 21 to 25
Jones : Hello Mark. What can I do for you?
Mark : Oh, hi Professor Jones. I’ve come to ask you a big favour.
Jones : Let me guess, Mark, you want more time for your essay assignment. You’re the third student I’ve seen today, all with the same request! It beats me why a few people leave their planning to the last minute and then think they can come at a day’s notice and get a reprieve. It’s really not fair to all the students who are well planned and organised is it?
Mark : Yes, you’re right, and I’m really sorry I need to ask. I’ve never asked for an extension before.
Jones : So, Mark, why should I grant you an extension when I said no to everyone else today?
Mark : Well, Professor Jones, I really do have a valid reason. It‘s not just the usual, like I have a cold, and I have a certificate from my doctor, or my computer crashed and I lost all my data. I wouldn’t bother you with those old excuses. You see, my twin brother was planning to get married next weekend, but last week his girlfriend told him the wedding was off and he landed on my doorstep. He was really upset. I couldn’t just tell him to go away because I was busy. And of course I would have had three assignments due this week, and all my study plans just went out the window.
Jones : I see. So, why didn’t you come to see me a week ago when your brother first turned up?
Mark : Because I was hoping I would still be able to get it done, but I just can’t manage it. Well, actually I have written the required number of words, more or less, but frankly, I feel it’s terrible. I don’t want to let myself down by handing it in as it is at the moment, and I really don’t want to drop my grade point average by getting a low mark on this assignment.
Jones : Well, the course handbook states very clearly that at least 5 days’ notice is required for any extension, except in emergencies. Those rules were designed to make it fair for everyone you see. You’re supposed to submit a request on the proper form…. and you can send it by email. And you also need to make an appointment and discuss your request in person, as you have done now. Your problem does come very squarely under the ‘family issues’ category, so you probably would have got some extra time if you’d done that. I’m not really inclined to grant this request now, you know.
Mark : Yes, I know I’ve really messed up. I suppose I’ll just have to hand it in as it is, and take a lower grade.
Before you hear the rest of the conversation, you have some time to look at questions 26 to 30.
Now listen and answer questions 26 to 30
Jones : Well, at least you’ve made a start, which is more than can be said for your other colleagues today. Have you got what you’ve done so far? Come on, we’ll look through it together and I’ll see if I can make a few suggestions for a quick fix, how about that?
Mark : Oh, thank you, yes here it is on my laptop.
Jones : Well, let’s see. Let’s start with the bibliography … Yes, you’ve consulted most of the sources I suggested, but you don’t have any references of your own, and that was part of the task, wasn’t it? You need at least three references of your own, see?
Mark : Yes, I know. I did find one more, McDonald and Ferris 2014.
Jones : OK, that’s a good one, I suggest you look at their reference list, too, and chase up a couple more from there. You should be able to find everything you need in the online library databases, especially Languageline.
Mark : Yes, OK. So, what about the essay structure, and the argument? Are they OK, or am I barking up the wrong tree?
Jones : Well, you just seem to jump straight in to your first point here. I’m not sure where your essay is going. Where’s the introduction?
Mark : Oh right … I always leave the introduction till the end and write it after I’ve finished the rest of the essay. That way, it ties in to what I’ve already written … Well, that’s what we were taught in the study skills course, anyway.
Jones : Yes, and you’re quite right. So, tell me about your ideas. What’s your main argument?
Mark : Well, I’m not really sure. I think I understand the 3 opposing theories OK, but I don’t really have a strong opinion about which one is correct. I was more thinking of explaining them all as clearly as I can, and then giving the evidence for each one. I don’t think there is a clear-cut right or wrong, well, that’s my opinion anyway. Do we need to say that one is better than the other two?
Jones : No, you don’t, and what you are planning to do is often the best way to go about it. Well, I’ve been skimming through what you’ve written while we’ve been talking, and one thing you definitely must do before you submit this assignment is to edit it for grammar and spelling mistakes. There are a lot of errors here, just simple things that are easy to fix. But still, I can see you’ve done the basic work, and I do sympathise with your brother, it must be very difficult for him. So, I’ll give you one extra day on this essay.
Mark : Oh, thank you Professor Jones, thank you! I’ll hand it in before 5pm on Wednesday, then.
Jones : Yes, that’s the final deadline. Goodbye now!
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IELTS Listening Test 166
Part 1: Questions 1-5 Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.
1. What does Peter want to drink? A tea B coffee C a cold drink
2. What caused Peter problems at the bank? A The exchange rate was down B He was late C The computers weren’t working
3. Who did Peter talk to at the bank? A an old friend B an American man C a German man
4. Henry gave Peter a map of A the city B the bus routes C the train system
5. What do Peter and Sally decide to order? A food and drinks B just food C just drinks
Questions 6-8 Complete the notes below using words from the options given below.
Art gallery Cathedral Castle Gardens Markets
Tourist attractions open all day: (6) and Gardens Tourist attractions NOT open on Mondays: (7) and Castle Tourist attractions which have free entry: (8) and Markets
Questions 9 and 10 Complete the sentences below. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
9. The first place Peter and Sally will visit is the 10. At the Cathedral, Peter really wants to
Part 2: Questions 11-20 Choose the correct letter A, B or C.
11. The Counselling Service may contact tutors if A they are too slow in marking assignments B they give students a lot of work C they don’t inform students about their progress
12. Stress may be caused by A new teachers B time pressure C unfamiliar subject matter
13. International students may find stress difficult to handle because A they lack support from family and friends B they don’t have time to make new friends C they find it difficult to socialise
14. A personal crisis may be caused by A studying for too long overseas B business problems in the student’s own country C disruptions to personal relationships
15. Students may lose self-esteem if A they have to change courses B they don’t complete a course C their family puts too much pressure on them
16. Students should consult Glenda Roberts if A their general health is poor B their diet is too strict C they can’t eat the local food
17. Students in financial difficulties can receive A assistance to buy books B a loan to pay their course fees C a no-interest loan to cover study expenses
18. Loans are also available to students who A can’t pay their rent B need to buy furniture C can’t cover their living expenses
19. The number of students counselled by the service last year was A 214 B 240 C 2,600
20. The speaker thinks the Counselling Service A has been effective in spite of staff shortages B in under used by students C has suffered badly because of staff cuts
Part 3: Questions 21-24 Complete the notes below. Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS OR A NUMBER for each answer.
DETAILS OF ASSIGNMENT Part 1 Essay: Title ‘Assess the two methods of (21) in social science research Number of words: (22) Part 2 Small scale study: Choose one method Gather data from at least (23) subjects Part 3 Report on study: Number of words: (24)
Questions 25 and 26 Choose TWO letters A-E.
What TWO disadvantages of the questionnaire form of data collection do the students discuss?
A The data is sometimes invalid B Too few people may respond C It is less likely to reveal the unexpected D It can only be used with literate populations E There is a delay between the distribution and return of questionnaires
Questions 27-30 Complete the table below. Write NO MORE THREE TWO WORDS OR A NUMBER for each answer.
(27) (28) (29) (30)
Part 4: Questions 31 and 32 Choose the correct letter A, B and C.
31. Corporate crime is generally committed A against individuals B by groups C for companies
32. Corporate crime does NOT include A employees stealing from their company B unintentional crime by employees C fraud resulting from company policy
Questions 33-38 Complete the notes below. Write NO MORE THREE TWO WORDS OR A NUMBER for each answer.
Corporate crime has been ignored by: • The (33) e.g. films • (34) Reasons: • Often more complex and needing (35) • Less human interest than conventional crime • Victims often (36) Effects: • Economic costs o May appear unimportant to (37) o Can make large (38) for company
Questions 39 and 40 Choose TWO letters A-F.
1. C 2. C 3. B 4. B 5. A 6. cathedral 7. markets 8. garden 9. art gallery 10. climb the tower 11. C 12. B 13. A 14. C 15. B 16. C 17. A 18. B 19. B 20. A 21. collecting data 22. 1500 23. 5 24. 3000-4000 25. B 26. C 27. Mehta 28. survey research 29. London University 30. 1988 31. C 32. A 33. mass media 34. academic circles 35. specialist knowledge 36. unaware 37. individual customers 38. illegal profits 39. D 40. E
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IELTS Listening Sample 7. Section 3
Section 3 of IELTS Listening practice test #7. Listen to the audio and answer the questions. After you finish, click 'check' and proceed to the next section.
SECTION 3. QUESTIONS 21-30
Questions 21 and 22
Choose the correct letter, A , B or C .
21. Melanie says she has not started the assignment because
- she was doing work for another course.
- it was a really big assignment.
- she hasn’t spent time in the library.
22. The lecturer says that reasonable excuses for extensions are
- planning problems.
- problems with assignment deadlines.
- personal illness or accident.
What recommendations does Dr Johnson make about the journal articles?
Choose your answers from the box and write the letters A – G next to questions 23 – 27
C limited value
D read first section
E read research methods
F read conclusion
G don’t read
Jackson: 23. Roberts: 24. Morris: 25. Cooper: 26. Forster: 27.
Label the chart below.
Choose your answers from the box below and write the letters A - H next to questions 28 - 30.
Population studies. Reasons for changing accommodation.
Each question correctly answered scores 1 mark. Correct spelling is needed in all answers.
Ielts listening – details of assignment s26t3, ielts listening.
DETAILS OF ASSIGNMENT
Rosa : Oh, there you are. Good. Sorry. I’m a bit leech. There was a long queue. So have you worked out how to deal with this assignment, then?
Student A : No. We’ve only been here a couple of minutes ourselves.
Rosa : Can you just remind me what the task is exactly?
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Student A : Well, there are two no three parts to it. First, we’ve got to write an essay about ways of Q21 collecting data. Then
Rosa : What? The title of the essay Exactly.
Student B : I’ve got it here. Assess the two main methods of collecting daughter in social science research
Rosa : And. How much do we need to write?
Student B : Q22 1500 words? That’s for the essay. Then, for the second part of the assignment, we have to choose one method of data collection and carry out a small-scale study making appropriate use of the method chosen togather data from a least Q23 five subjects.
Rosa : And then we have to write a report on the study.
Student A : That’s right of Q24 3000 to 4000 words.
Rosa : Did you get us far as discussing which form of data collection we should go for questionnaire or interview, isn’t it?
Student B : Yeah. I think we should use a questionnaire. It’ll be so much less time-consuming than organizing interviews. I reckon. Once we’ve agreed on the wording on what we only have to send it out and wait for the response is
Rosa : Yes. I think it probably would be quicker. But what did that article he gave us last week say about the quality of data from questionnaires?
Student B : I’m pretty sure it recommended questionnaire is a sort of highly reliable data. As long as you designed the questionnaire properly in the first place, the doctor will be fine.
Rosa : No, I’m sure it talked about drawbacks as well, didn’t it? Q25 Something about the response, Reed. And the problems you get of it’s too low.
Student B : Yeah, but we only need doctor from five subjects anyway.
Rosa : I suppose so. Another drawback. Q26 I remember it mentioned was that questionnaire data tends not to reveal anything unexpected because it is limited to the questions fixed in advance by the researcher.
Student B : Come on, Rosa. This is only a practice. It’s not meant to be really research, is it?
Rosa : Whoa. I sure about that. Maybe you’d better go through the article again, just to be sure. Can you remember what it was called
Student B : Sample surveys and social science research? I think my Q27 Mehta
Rosa : M E H T A.
Student B : Yeah, and he also recommended a more recent book called It’s a Q28 Survey Research by Bell. I think it’s in that series published by Q29 London University,
Student A : And if we try to use interviews instead, I saw a book in the departmental library. That’ll be helpful. It’s called interviews that work by Wilson, published in Oxford in Q30 1988
Rosa : Right? Oh, I’ve got a tutorial now. Can we meet up again later this week? What about Friday morning
Student A : Suits? May 11 o’clock.
Rosa : Fine.
Student B : Before Friday. I think we should all look through the reading list.
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Ielts listening 5 - section 3, ielts listening section 3.
Section three is concerned with educational or training contexts. You will hear a conversation among up to four people, for example, a discussion between a tutor and a student, or several students discussing an assignment. Some typical tasks that can be found in this section are summary completion, diagram labelling, and matching. This section may test a range of skills, such as listening for specific information, main ideas and supporting points, and understanding a speaker’s opinion. The following are examples of conversations you may hear in section three: 1) A conversation between a tutor and a student about completing an entry form for an engineer competition 2) A group of students giving a presentation on an academic topic 3) A job interview 4) A discussion between a student and a tutor on how to complete a project
You will hear a tutor and two students discussing a business case study. First you have some time to look at Questions 21-30 .
Now Listen carefully and answer Questions 21 to 30:
Complete the notes below.
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.
- - delays due to a strike
- - lack of good
Choose the correct letter, A, B, or C .
25 What does Karin think the company will do?
26 How does the tutor suggest the company can recover?
27 The tutor wants Jason and Karin to produce a report which
Which opinion does each person express about Box Telecom?
Choose your answers from the box and write the letters A-F next to questions 28-30.
30 The tutor
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Cambridge 16 IELTS Listening Test 2
Complete the notes below.
Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer. Name of company: Picturerep
– Maximum size of photos is 30 cm, minimum size 4 cm.
– Photos must not be in a 1. or an album.
– The cost for 360 photos is 2. $ (including one disk).
– Before the complete order is sent, 3. is required.
Services included in the price
– Photos can be placed in a folder, e.g. with the name 4.
– The 5. and contrast can be improved if necessary.
– Photos which are very fragile will be scanned by 6.
Special restore service (costs extra)
– It may be possible to remove an object from a photo, or change the 7.
– A photo which is not correctly in 8. cannot be fixed.
– Orders are completed within 9.
– Send the photos in a box (not 10. ).
Questions 11 – 15
Choose the correct letter, A , B or C .
11. Dartfield House school used to be
12. What is planned with regard to the lower school?
13. The catering has been changed because of
14. Parents are asked to
15. What does the speaker say about the existing canteen?
What comment does the speaker make about each of the following serving points in the Food Hall?
Choose THREE answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-D , next to Questions 16-18.
16. World Adventures
17. Street Life
18. Speedy Italian
Choose TWO letters, A-E .
Which TWO optional after-school lessons are new?
Assignment on sleep and dreams
21. Luke read that one reason why we often forget dreams is that
Complete the flow chart below.
Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.
Decide on research question:
Is there a relationship between hours of sleep and number of dreams? ↓
Decide on sample:
Twelve students from the 25. department
↓ Decide on methodology:
Decide on procedure:
Answers on 26. ↓
Check ethical guidelines for working with 27.
Ensure that risk is assessed and 28. is kept to a minimum ↓
Analyse the results:
Calculate the correlation and make a 29. ↓ – 30. the research
Health benefits of dance
– All forms of dance produce various hormones associated with feelings of happiness.
– Dancing with others has a more positive impact than dancing alone.
– An experiment on university students suggested that dance increases 31.
– For those with mental illness, dance could be used as a form of 32.
Benefits of dance for older people:
– accessible for people with low levels of 33.
– reduces the risk of heart disease
– better 34. reduces the risk of accidents
– improves 35. function by making it work faster
– improves participants’ general well-being
– gives people more 36. to take exercise
– can lessen the feeling of 37. , very common in older people
Benefits of Zumba:
– A study at The University of Wisconsin showed that doing Zumba for 40 minutes uses up as many 38. as other quite intense forms of exercise.
– The American Journal of Health Behavior study showed that:
– women suffering from 39. benefited from doing Zumba.
– Zumba became a 40. for the participants.
5 colour / color
9 ten / 10 days
19&20 B, C
27 humans / people
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