Ielts listening practice test 109 with answer

Ielts listening practice test 109Let’s start :- #0182 Latest Listening Practice Test for IELTS Ielts listening practice test 109

PART-1

Questions 1-6

Complete the notes below.

Write ONE WORD OR A NUMBER for each answer.

Detective’s Notebook

Place: Halifax Building (1)…………

Time of robbery: (shortly after) 11:30 a.m.

Amount stolen: (2)…………

MAN

Height: 1.8m/180cm

Age: around (3)…………

Eye colour: (4)…………

Hair: short, curly red or ginger

Clothes: (5)………… , green sweater,

three-quarter-length blue coat

Accent: (16)…………

Questions 7-10

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

WOMAN

Height: 1.7m/170cm

Age: early twenties

Eye colour: blue

Hair: straight, shoulder-length blonde

Clothes: long white (loose-fitting) (7)…………

CAR

(8) Dark ………… Ford Escort

(9)………… number: G595 ERI

Headlight: (10)…………

PART-2

Questions 11-12

Circle the correct letter.

(11)  What is one of the new advantages in the dining facilities ?

 A    more students

 B    more variety

 C    more service

(12)  What was one problem with the dining options last year ?

 A    Students did not have enough to eat.

 B    Students had to pay too much money.

 C    students had to eat whatever was served.

Questions 13-14

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

Pizza and pasta are an example of (13)………… food.

Hamburgers American food consists of hot (14)………… .

Questions 15-18

Circle the correct letters from A-C.

(15)  Why does the school say the food will be better ?

 A    They hired real chefs.

 B    The food is more expensive.

 C    They will make more kinds.

(16)  When will the dining facilities open and close ?

 A    6 am and 12 pm

 B    6 am and 12 am

 C    12 pm and 6 pm

(17)  What can students do if they are hungry in the afternoon ?

 A    go out and buy food on the street

 B    wait till dinner time

 C    go to the  student store for snacks

(18)  What must you do to eat in the dining facilities if you are not a student ?

 A    purchase a dining facility card

 B    purchase meals at the door

 C    purchase meals from other students

Questions 19-20

Select TWO answers.

Which of the following are rules of the dining facilities ?

 A    Do not waste food.

 B    You may bring friends in to eat.

 C    Bring your own plates and trays.

 D    Clean your own plates and trays.

 E    Don’t litter.

PART-3

Questions 21-24

Complete the notes below.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

Area of country:

the (21)………… of Kenya

Accommodation:

Marich Pass Field Studies Centre

  • in traditional ‘bandas’ (bring mosquito (22)…………
  • study areas: a (23)………… , lecture room, outdoor areas

Type of environment:

both (24)………… and semi-arid plains

Activities:

  • interviews (with interpreters)

Questions 25-30

Complete the notes below.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

Activities:

  • Interviews (with Interpreters)
  • (25)………… (environment and culture)
  • morphological mapping
  • projects (all connected with (26)………… issues)

Jack’s group did project on:

Expeditions:

(27)………… supply and quality issues

  • to Sigor a (28)………… to study distribution
  • to the Wei Wei valley to study agricultural production
  • to a (29)…………

Evaluation:

  • logistics-well run 
  • gave insight into lives of others
  • provided input for his (30)…………

PART-4

Questions 31-36

Circle the correct letters A-C.

(31)  In a previous lecture, Dr. North talked about

 A    the Marine Habital  research unit.

 B    humankind’s relationship with sailing.

 C    humankind’s relationship with the sea.

(32)  The focus of today’s talk will be on 

 A    problems the fishing industry faces worldwide.

 B    marine fish recipes.

 C    European fishing problems.

(33)  A book list and relevant articles can be

 A    found only in the lecture room.

 B    found on the Marine Habital Research Unit website.

 C    found in the lecture room and on the department website.

(34)  During the last century

 A    stocks of rare species have fallen dramatically.

 B    the world population has grown very fast.

 C    fishing has become less efficient by heavier.

(35)  As well as over – fishing which of the following is a research for fishing stocks being on the point of collapse in the Pacific ?

 A    Ocean ecology has changed.

 B    Fishing has spread to international waters.

 C    Fish has become cheaper.

(36)  In the UK

 A    fish used to be as a luxury.

 B    fish is not cheaper then meat.

 C    fish used to be seen as a cheap meal.

Questions 37-40

Complete the notes below.

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each space below.

Reasons why the number of fish is declining.

A large (37)………… of catch nowadays is discarded.

Solutions to the problem

(38)………… (OTHERS TRAPS) and nets are to blame for the deaths of many fish.

Reducing the quantity of fish for each boat.

Fish (39)………… are not a complete solution.

Example of disappearance of fish

Newfoundland, where (40)………… (Populations) Stocks disappeared.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANSWERS (Ielts listening practice test 109)

  1. society
  2. 25000
  3. 35
  4. blue
  5. jeans
  6. Scottish
  7. raincoat
  8. blue
  9. registration
  10. broken
  11. B
  12. C
  13. Italian
  14. dogs
  15. A
  16. A
  17. C
  18. B
  19. A
  20. D
  21. north(-)west
  22. spray
  23. (small) library
  24. mountains
  25. field observation
  26. development
  27. water
  28. market town
  29. national park
  30. dissertation
  31. C
  32. C
  33. B
  34. B
  35. A
  36. B
  37. proportion
  38. rubbish/others traps
  39. fish farms
  40. COD STOCKS (The) COD populations

 

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