Prepare for ielts LT1
Listen to the conversation between a student, Angela Tung, and Bob Wills, who is the student adviser at a language school. Complete the form. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS OR NUMBERS for each answer.
REQUEST FOR SPECIAL LEAVE
Name: _____Angela Tung_________
Example Student number: ______H5712_____________
Address: (1)_____________________Tamworth, 2340
Telephone number: ___________________________
Course: (2) ___________________________________
Teacher’s name: (3)________________________________
Student visa expiry date: (4)__________________________
I wish to request leave in Term: (5) _________________
Dates of leave: (6)_____________ to (7)__________________
Number of working days missed: (8)______________________
Question 9 -12
Circle the appropriate letter A-D.
- Why does Angela want to take leave?
A to visit her aunt and uncle
B to see the National Gallery
C to see the Southern Highlands
D to study more writing
- Where is Angela going?
- Who is going with Angela?
A her uncle
B her mother
C her aunt
D her father
- When will Angela go home to her own country?
A in five years
B in twelve months
C in two months
D when her mother goes home
SECTION 2 Questions 13 -24
Complete the calendar while you listen to the tape. Use words from the box. There are more words in the box than you need. Some words may be used more than once.
cleaner garbage filters stove
dry cleaner charity gardener paper
lift library electricity water
Questions 19 -24
Circle the appropriate letter A-D.
- Where has Martha gone?
C New York
- Why is Martha away from home?
A She’s visiting friends
B She’s at a conference
C She’s on business
D She’s setting up a business
- Who will Martha meet while she’s away?
A an old school friend
B a friend of her mother’s
C an old university friend
D an old teacher
- What has Martha left for John?
A a letter
B a meal
C a book
D a bill
- Who does Martha want John to telephone?
A the optometrist
B the telephone company
C the doctor
D the dentist
- What is the code for Martha’s alarm system
A enter 2190
B 2190 enter
C 9120 enter
D enter 9120
SECTION 3 Questions 25 -36
Questions 25 – 29
Complete the table below. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS OR NUMBERS for each answer.
LANGUAGE SCHOOL ENROLMENT FORM
Name of Applicant: ________Vijay Paresh__________
Telephone number: ________909 2467___________
Language to be learned: (25) _______________________
Location of class: (26)____________________________
Time of class: (27)_______________________________
Name of class: (28)______________________________
Date of commencement of class: (29)_________________
Questions 30 – 32
Circle the appropriate letters A-D
A Vijay’s friend
B Denise’s friend
C Vijay’s boss
D Denise’s boss.
A congratulates Denise
B ignores Denise
C criticises Denise
D praises Denise.
A laughs at Anne
B sympathises with Anne
C argues with Anne
D apologises to Anne.
Questions 33 – 36
Listen to the directions and match the places in questions 33-36 to the appropriate letter A-H on the plan.
SECTION 4 Questions 37 – 41
Questions 37 – 38
Look at questions 37-38 below and study the grid. Tick all the relevant boxes in each column.
Cities with old-structure problems
Cities with good public transport
Questions 39- 41
Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS to complete these sentences.
- The public transport available in Houston is ___________________
- To reduce peak hour traffic jams, people can travel ___________________
- Vehicles carrying more than one passenger can use ___________________
- 10 Bridge Street
- writing / writing class
- Mrs Green
- July 15(th) / 15(th) July / 15/7
- 1 / one
- May 31 (st) / 31 (st) May / 31/5
- June 4(th)/ 4(th) June / 6/4
- 3 / three (days)
- Building A
- 6 pm
- Elementary 1 / one
- August 10(th) / 10 (th) August / 10/8
Questions 37- 41
- ✓ lines for London, New York, Sydney, Paris, Tokyo (All ticked = 1 mark; fewer or more = 0; something right/ wrong = 0)
- ✓ lines for London, Hong Kong, New York, Sydney, Paris (All ticked = 1 mark; fewer or more = 0; something right/ wrong = 0)
- (very) / (extremely) poor
- at different times
- special (driving / priority) lanes