IELTS Listening Test 2 | 2022 Online Practice

Cambridge IELTS Computer-based Tests
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PART 1 Questions 1-10
Questions 1 - 7
Complete the notes. Write ONE WORD ONLY in each gap.
Opportunities for voluntary work in Southoe village
  • Library
  • Help with books (times to be arranged)
  • Help needed to keep of books up to date
  • Library is in the Room in the village hall
  • Lunch club
  • Help by providing
  • Help with hobbies such as
  • Help for individuals needed next week
  • Taking Mrs Carroll to
  • Work in the at Mr Selsbury’s house
Questions 8 - 10
Complete the table. Write ONE WORD ONLY in each gap.
Village social events
Date Event Location Help needed
19 Oct Village hall providing refreshments
18 Nov dance Village hall checking
31 Dec New Year’s Eve party Mountfort Hotel designing the
PART 2 Questions 11-20
Questions 11 - 14
Choose the correct answer.
Oniton Hall
11 Many past owners made changes to
12 Sir Edward Downes built Oniton Hall because he wanted
13 Visitors can learn about the work of servants in the past from
14 What is new for children at Oniton Hall?
Questions 15 - 20
Which activity is offered at each of the following locations on the farm?
Choose the correct letter, A–H.
Activities
A shopping
B watching cows being milked
C seeing old farming equipment
D eating and drinking
E starting a trip
F seeing rare breeds of animals
G helping to look after animals
H using farming tools
Locations on the farm
dairy
large barn
small barn
stables
shed
parkland
PART 3 Questions 21-30
Questions 21 - 22
Choose TWO correct answers.
Which TWO things do the students agree they need to include in their reviews of Romeo and Juliet?
Questions 23 - 27
What do Holly and her tutor agree is an important aspect of each of the following events management skills?
Choose the correct letter, A–G.
Opinions
A They both expected this to be more traditional.
B They both thought this was original.
C They agree this created the right atmosphere.
D They agree this was a major strength.
E They were both disappointed by this.
F They disagree about why this was an issue.
G They disagree about how this could be improved.
Aspects of the production
the set
the lighting
the costume design
the music
the actors’ delivery

Questions 28 - 30
Choose the correct answer.

28 The students think the story of Romeo and Juliet is still relevant for young people today because
29 The students found watching Romeo and Juliet in another language
30 Why do the students think Shakespeare’s plays have such international appeal?
PART 4 Questions 31-40
Questions 31 - 40
Complete the notes. Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER in each gap.
The impact of digital technology on the Icelandic language
  • The Icelandic language
  • has approximately speakers
  • has a that is still growing
  • has not changed a lot over the last thousand years
  • has its own words for computer-based concepts, such as web browser and
  • Young speakers
  • are big users of digital technology, such as
  • are becoming very quickly
  • are having discussions using only English while they are in the at school
  • are better able to identify the content of a in English than Icelandic
  • Technology and internet companies
  • write very little in Icelandic because of the small number of speakers and
    because of how complicated its is
  • The Icelandic government
  • has set up a fund to support the production of more digital content in the language
  • believes that Icelandic has a secure future
  • is worried that young Icelanders may lose their as Icelanders
  • is worried about the consequences of children not being in either Icelandic or English
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49 comments
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Raushan BaisalovaJan 22, 2024
3040
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Hosein EslamiDec 30, 2023
Is 321000 without "," in the middle wrong?
This is the only correct answer available in the official answer key.
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Cyrus MostafazadehJan 21, 2024
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Sareh TajikiFeb 15, 2024
33
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Shahab KhaliliMay 14, 2024
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Zahra KhalifehJan 05, 2024
37 out of 40
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Hedayat MaJan 10, 2024
34
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Erfan RahaeiMay 05, 2024
33
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Reza FarashJan 31, 2024
31
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Samin ShakaramiFeb 23, 2024
26
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Ali AaliJan 14, 2024
36/40
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Mona MohamedJan 18, 2024
27/40
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Jakhongir JuraevFeb 17, 2024
Abduqayum got 38 out of 40
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Mary FotohFeb 29, 2024
36
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Tania AhmadiApr 12, 2024
26
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Abduqayum RasulmuhamedovFeb 17, 2024
I got 38 out of 40
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Sara JoneidiApr 01, 2024
27
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Anahita AfrasiabiFeb 18, 2024
27
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Narges SadeghiMar 22, 2024
35
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Georgia MelbourneMar 05, 2024
32/40 Darn' it...
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Nazanin VakiliFeb 09, 2024
32
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Aeoukin KoukiFeb 20, 2024
39!!!!
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Sima SalehApr 22, 2024
37/40
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Valeria De PergolaApr 16, 2024
Is it a from a real IELTS exam?
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Mohammad JavadFeb 15, 2024
33
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Salva EbtedFeb 18, 2024
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Parsa JoukarFeb 27, 2024
" 321 thousand" was false also 33/40
This answer should also be correct, especially the question says "ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER", but unfortunately the only correct answer available in the official Cambridge answer key is "321,000".
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Amir RezvaniMar 06, 2024
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Rezwan HussainzadaApr 12, 2024
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Ali PoorseyedApr 12, 2024
37 :0
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Dio Fairuz AkhbarApr 11, 2024
26/40
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Zaniyar ZandiMar 02, 2024
37/40
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Soroush Gholizadeh JouryaMar 06, 2024
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Masih AminiMay 15, 2024
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Neda RanjbarMar 07, 2024
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Choriyev KomronbekMar 11, 2024
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Amirmahdi AndayeshMar 29, 2024
27/40 => 6.5
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Mahshid TghApr 09, 2024
36/40 : 8
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Azis AhmadApr 07, 2024
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Dilshod KhudoyorovApr 05, 2024
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Dilshod KhudoyorovApr 05, 2024
What can i do to improve my ability to solve MCQ type of questions?
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Md Zahidul IslamApr 05, 2024
29
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Sevda GajiyevaMay 16, 2024
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Avishka DilshanApr 19, 2024
321000 ugh , 34/40
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Shiva HamedMar 24, 2024
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Shahin RanaieApr 18, 2024
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Marc LeanderApr 26, 2024
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Max AkhlaghiMay 14, 2024
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