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IELTS Listening Test 3 | 2020 Online Practice

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PART 1 Questions 1-10
Questions 1 - 4
Complete the notes. Write ONE WORD ONLY in each gap.
Festival information
Type of event
a concert
performers from Canada
a ballet
company called
19th-20th (afternoon)
a play
type of play: a comedy called Jemima has had a good
20th (evening)
a show
show is called
Questions 5 - 10
Complete the notes. Write ONE WORD ONLY in each gap.
  • Workshops
  • Making food
  • (children only) Making
  • (adults only) Making toys from using various tools
  • Outdoor activities
  • Swimming in the
  • Walking in the woods, led by an expert on
  • See the festival organiser's for more information
PART 2 Questions 11-20
Questions 11 - 14
Choose the correct answer.
Minster Park
11 The park was originally established
12 Why is there a statue of Diane Gosforth in the park?
13 During the First World War, the park was mainly used for
14 When did the physical transformation of the park begin?
Questions 15 - 20
Choose the correct letter, A–I.
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statue of Diane Gosforth
wooden sculptures
tennis courts
fitness area
PART 3 Questions 21-30
Questions 21 - 22
Choose TWO correct answers.
Which TWO groups of people is the display primarily intended for?
Questions 23 - 24
Choose TWO correct answers.
What are Cathy and Graham's TWO reasons for choosing the novelist Charles Dickens?
Questions 25 - 30
What topic do Cathy and Graham choose to illustrate with each novel?
Choose the correct letter, A–H.
A poverty
B education
C Dickens's travels
D entertainment
E crime and the law
F wealth
G medicine
H a woman's life
Novels by Dickens
The Pickwick Papers
Oliver Twist
Nicholas Nickleby
Martin Chuzzlewit
Bleak House
Little Dorrit
PART 4 Questions 31-40
Questions 31 - 40
Complete the notes. Write ONE WORD ONLY in each gap.
Agricultural programme in Mozambique
  • How the programme was organised
  • It focused on a dry and arid region in Chicualacuala district, near the Limpopo River.
  • People depended on the forest to provide charcoal as a source of income.
  • was seen as the main priority to ensure the supply of water.
  • Most of the work organised by farmers' associations was done by .
  • Fenced areas were created to keep animals away from crops.
  • The programme provided
  • for the fences
  • for suitable crops
  • – water pumps.
  • The farmers provided
  • – labour
  • for the fences on their land.
  • Further developments
  • The marketing of produce was sometimes difficult due to lack of .
  • Training was therefore provided in methods of food .
  • Farmers made special places where could be kept.
  • Local people later suggested keeping .
  • Evaluation and lessons learned
  • Agricultural production increased, improving incomes and food security.
  • Enough time must be allowed, particularly for the phase of the programme.
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