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IELTS Listening Test 2 | 2022 Online Practice

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PART 1 Questions 1-10
Questions 1 - 10
Complete the notes. Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER in each gap.
Advice on surfing holidays
  • Jack’s advice
  • Recommends surfing for holidays in the summer
  • Need to be quite
  • Irish surfing locations
  • County Clare
    1. – Lahinch has some good quality and surf schools
    2. – There are famous cliffs nearby
  • County Mayo
    1. – Good surf school at beach
    2. – Surf camp lasts for one
    3. – Can also explore the local by kayak
  • Weather
  • Best month to go:
  • Average temperature in summer: approx. degrees
  • Costs
  • Equipment
    1. – Wetsuit and surfboard: euros per day
    2. – Also advisable to hire for warmth
PART 2 Questions 11-20
Questions 11 - 12
Choose TWO correct answers.
Which TWO facts are given about the school’s extended hours childcare service?
Questions 13 - 15
Choose the correct answer.

13 How much does childcare cost for a complete afternoon session per child
14 What does the manager say about food?
15 What is different about arrangements in the school holidays?
Questions 16 - 20
What information is given about each of the following activities on offer?
Choose the correct letter, A–G.
A has limited availability
B is no longer available
C is for over 8s only
D requires help from parents
E involves an additional fee
F is a new activity
G was requested by children
PART 3 Questions 21-30
Questions 21 - 24
Holly’s Work Placement Tutorial
21 Holly has chosen the Orion Stadium placement because
22 Which aspect of safety does Dr Green emphasise most?
23 What does Dr Green say about the spectators?
24 What has affected the schedule in the past?
Questions 25 - 30
What do Holly and her tutor agree is an important aspect of each of the following events management skills?
Choose the correct letter, A–H.
Important aspects
A being flexible
B focusing on details
C having a smart appearance
D hiding your emotions
E relying on experts
F trusting your own views
G doing one thing at a time
H thinking of the future
Events management skills
Time management
PART 4 Questions 31-40
Questions 31 - 40
Complete the notes. Write ONE WORD ONLY in each gap.
Bird Migration Theory
Most birds are believed to migrate seasonally.
  • Hibernation theory
  • It was believed that birds hibernated underwater or buried themselves in .
  • This theory was later disproved by experiments on caged birds.
  • Transmutation theory
  • Aristotle believed birds changed from one species into another in summer and winter.
    1. – In autumn he observed that redstarts experience the loss of and thought they then turned into robins.
    2. – Aristotle’s assumptions were logical because the two species of birds had a similar .
  • 17th century
  • Charles Morton popularised the idea that birds fly to the in winter.
  • Scientific developments
  • In 1822, a stork was killed in Germany which had an African spear in its .
    1. – previously there had been no that storks migrate to Africa.
  • Little was known about the and journeys of migrating birds until the practice of ringing was established.
    1. – It was thought large birds carried small birds on some journeys because they were considered incapable of travelling across huge .
    2. – Ringing depended on what is called the ‘ ’ of dead birds.
  • In 1931, the first to show the migration of European birds was printed.
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HtetNov 24, 2023
It is really nice. This is the best and the most interactive website I have ever used for IELTS exam preparation. Two suggestions. Can you include explanations for the correct answer, indicating why these are correct? Another thing is, can you seperate the audios for review session? Part 1, 2, 3 and 4 individually? So when we are reviewing parts where we made the mistakes the most, then we can play the audio and read the script, going back and forth from the test interface. Just my opinion. The website is already pretty awesome! Thank you!!1
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GayanNov 21, 2023
Very good for practising, i scored 39/40
Assylzhan Oct 31, 2023
My answers didn't submit, I can't submit it, what should i do?
RifaOct 22, 2023
IS 35 agood score
Diyor Sep 11, 2023
The quality of the sound is amazing. I got 35/40 and that's a good result for me.
Aqa ashkan khanSep 07, 2023
Please add a pause and play button for the audio in the review part
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Play button at the top of the page, you can click it again to pause, then click it again to play.
SaraSep 03, 2023
Could I highlight more than one section In the main exam?this simulation site only allows us to highlight one part and if i want to highlight the next line , the first one disappears
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LiliAug 26, 2023
After the audio is over, how much time do we have to enter the answers we wrote down? 2 minutes?
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The Listening test takes about 30 minutes. The audio takes about 28 minutes, so there will be about 2 minutes left before the test ends. No extra time is given to transfer your answers, so you must complete all questions simultaneously while listening to the audio.
SajjadAug 22, 2023
If there is an option that you can seek the audio to the desired point that would be great
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We are afraid to say that this option is not available.
ArashAug 12, 2023
Really nice simulation based on CD-IELTS. Thanks for giving us this opportunity. Good luck
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AlexanderOct 26, 2022
I got 33 out of 40 which is exactly what I have expected to get. I got about 2 questions wrong in each section. 33 is about 80%. This means I would get 8 out of 10 on IELTS?
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Hi Alexander. Oh, this is good! A score of 33 means that you got 7.5 out of 9, as a band score, according to the IELTS scale. But this is not enough to guarantee your target result in the real test, you need more practice to reach your goal. Good Luck.
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