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IELTS Mock Test 2022 April

IELTS Mock Test 2022 April

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Part 1: Question 1 - 10
  • 1 wglass@email.com
  • 2 civil servant
  • 3 single
  • 4 24-36/24 to 36
  • 5 A
  • 6 B
  • 7 B
  • 8 B
  • 9 A
  • 10 C
Part 2: Question 11 - 20
  • 11 European Economic Area
  • 12 During term-time
  • 13 permanent full-time
  • 14 (your) earnings
  • 15 on a placement
  • 16 begin your placement
  • 17 mention employment
  • 18 their own business
  • 19 policies
  • 20 doctors, dentists, nurses
Part 3: Question 21 - 30
  • 21 strange (and) frightening
  • 22 (very) similar
  • 23 induction programme/course
  • 24 personal tutors(, staffs)
  • 25 buddy/mentoring/mentor (system)
  • 26 keep in touch/contact
  • 27 student union
  • 28 healthy (and) active
  • 29 (university) sports centre
  • 30 places of worship
Part 4: Question 31 - 40
  • 31 Overview of Electronics
  • 32 digital electronics
  • 33 book, CD-ROM
  • 34 yes
  • 35 prior knowledge
  • 36 refresher course
  • 37 electronic systems
  • 38 magnetism
  • 39 (An) Introduction to
  • 40 a review unit

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Part 1: Questions 1-10

Questions 1-4

Complete the following information using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/ OR NUMBERS for each gap.

NameWilliam Glass
Email 1
Date26th February 2007
Occupation 2
Age29
Marital status 3
Childrenno
Salary 4 thousand/year
  • 1 Answer: wglass@email.com
    • The keyword concerned in Q1 is “email”

    • From the question, we can assume that the answer must be an email.

    • The researcher’s question “can I ask for your exact date of birth, please?” suggests that the answer will soon appear.

    • The answer for Q1 is quite noticeable as the man directly tells us his email, which is wglass@email.com.

  • 2 Answer: civil servant
    • The keyword concerned in Q2 is “occupation”

    • From the question, we can assume that the answer must be an occupation = a job.

    • The researcher’s question “What do you do, Mr. Glass?” suggests that the answer will soon appear.

    • The man’s answer is that he works as a civil servant” so students can write the answer is “civil servant”.

  • 3 Answer: single
    • The keyword concerned in Q3 is “marital status

    • From the question, we can assume that the answer must be a status.

    • The researcher’s question “And your marital status?” suggests that the answer will soon appear.

    • The man’s answer is that he “live with my girlfriend.which means he doesn’t marriage yet so the researcher concluded that his marital status is “Single”.

  • 4 Answer: 24-36/24 to 36
    • The keyword concerned in Q4 is “salary”

    • From the question, we can assume that the answer must be a number.

    • When students hear the woman asked “And could I ask you how much you earn?” we are about to heat the answer.

    • The correct answer is “24 to 36”, the answer is quite directly so candidates can easily write down the correct one.

Questions 5-8

Write the appropriate letter on your answer sheet.

Current residence

Moving?0 – 3 months

4-6 months

7-9 months

10 -12 months

over 12 months

5

Size

  • A
  • B
  • C
Answer: A

Note: In the questions Q5, 6, 7, 8 you must be aware that these questions only about the man’s current residence, which means the place he has been living recently.

  • The keyword concerned in Q5 is “size”

  • The researcher’s question “how big is it?” can be seen as a suggestion for the answer’s appearance.

  • As the speaker claims that the size of his flat is “about 100 square metres. A little under.which means that it is below 100 sq.m. So the answer is A.

6

Ownership

  • A
  • B
  • C
Answer: B
  • The keyword concerned in Q6 is “ownership”

  • The researcher’s question “Do you rent or is it yours?can be seen as a suggestion for the answer’s appearance.

  • It is implied from the passage that the man has a mortgage. Some students may get confused about the word “mortgage” which means “an agreement that allows you to borrow money from a bank or similar organization, especially in order to buy a house, or the amount of money itself”. So the man has already owned his flat which means the correct answer is B.

7

Future residence

Cost

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
Answer: B
  • The keyword concerned in Q7 is “cost”

  • From the question, we can assume that the answer must be an amount of money.

  • The researcher’s question “What’s your budget like?can be seen as a suggestion for the answer’s appearance.

  • It is implied from the passage that the man’s answer is “a mortgage of up to a hundred thousand pounds” so the correct answer is B.

8

Size (excl. garden)

  • A
  • B
  • C
Answer: B
  • The keyword concerned in Q8 is “size”

  • From the question, we can assume that the answer must be a size.

  • The researcher’s question “what kind of size were you thinking? can be seen as a suggestion for the answer’s appearance.

  • It is implied from the passage that the man’s answer is “a little under 200 square meters” so the correct answer is B.

Questions 9-10

Answer the following questions and write the appropriate letter(s) on your answer sheet.

NB More than one letter may be correct for each answer.

9

Which people/organizations are involved in the Haydon housing project besides the government?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
Answer: A
  • The keyword concerned in Q9 is “people/organizations”, “Haydon housing project”, “beside government”

  • The researcher’s question “have you seen any particular properties that you are interested in? can be seen as a suggestion for the answer’s appearance.

  • It is implied from the passage that “he government has joined up with a private company” in the Haydon housing project. As the question asked about people or organization besides government so the correct answer is A - a private company.

10

Which facilities will Mr Glass not use at the Haydon housing project?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
Answer: C
  • The keyword concerned in Q10 is “facilities”, “not use”, “Haydon housing project”

  • When the researcher mentioned about the “golf course”, students are about to hear the full answer.

  • The man answer is that “I’m sure many of the other residents will appreciate it”, notice that whenever one person said like that, it means he doesn’t like it or doesn’t want to use it. So the answer is C.

  • Some people may mistake that D is the correct answer as they heard the words “the fitness centre”, however “the fitness centre” is the place that Mr. Glass will use while the question asked about the place he will not use. So D is wrong answer.

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Researcher: Good morning, sir. Are you enjoying the Perfect Home exhibition ?

Man: Yes, I am. It’s very interesting. I’m planning on buying a home in the near future and this exhibition has given me some great ideas.

Researcher: I’m conducting a survey on behalf of the exhibition organizers. Can I take a few minutes of your time to ask you some questions?

Man: Yes, of course. Can we sit down? I’m rather tired after walking around the different exhibits and stands.

Researcher: Of course. I’ll ask my colleague to get you a drink. Coffee?

Man: Yes, please. Milk and one sugar. Now, I suppose you’ll need my name?

Researcher: Yes, Mr…?

Man: Glass, William Glass. Double S.

Researcher: Do you have an email address, Mr Glass?

Man: I do. It’s wglass@email.com.

Researcher: I’ll just fill in the date. 26 of February 2007. Right. What do you do, Mr Glass?

Man: I work at the Ministry of Culture. I’m a civil servant.

Researcher: How old are you?

Man: 29 .

Researcher: And your marital status?

Man: I live with my girlfriend .

Researcher: Right. Single. Do you have any children?

Man: No.

Researcher: And could I ask you how much you earn?

Man: Well, I’d rather not say, to be honest.

Researcher: Could you just look at these ranges and say where you fit in?

Man: Oh, OK. There. 24 to 36 thousand.

Researcher: OK, that’s the personal information I need. Now I’d like to ask you about the property you live in. Do you live in a house or a flat and how big is it?

Man: I live in a flat… about 100 square metres. A little under.

Researcher: Do you rent or is it vours?

Man: I have a mortgage.

Researcher: Now, you said that you were anticipating buying another home in the near future. Are you intending to get a house?

Man: Yes, I am. Just a small one.

Researcher: What’s your budget like?

Man: Well, the bank has said that they’ll allow me a mortgage of up to a hundred thousand pounds, so enough for a small house.

Researcher: When you say a small house, what kind of size were you thinking?

Man: Oh, perhaps a little under 200 square meters, with a garden of, oh, I don’t know, maybe 20 square metres.

Researcher: And when do you think you’ll buy the property ?

Man: Within the next six months … hopefully sooner.

Researcher: Ah, here’s your coffee. Thank you John. Mr Glass, have you seen any particular properties that you are interested in?

Man: Yes, I have. There’s an interesting development going on in the district of Haydon. The government has joined up with a private company to offer affordable housing there. It’s on the outskirts of the city, but the transportation links look excellent: regular buses to the underground station. That means that it will only take me an hour to get to work in the morning: not much more than it takes now.

Researcher: They’re going to have some nice facilities nearby too.

Man: Yes. I’m looking forward to the cinema complex and the shopping centre, of course. I love films and shopping will be convenient .

Researcher: There’s a golf course nearby too.

Man: Well, I’m sure many of the other residents will appreciate it. I’ll join the fitness centre instead. Is your company involved in the development in any way?

Researcher: Oh, my company just does research. However, the private developer involved in that project is our client. The smaller houses are about 180 square metres , which suits you perfectly.

Man: Yes. Property is so expensive in this city nowadays. It’s good that the government is beginning to help those of us who don’t make large amounts of money.

Researcher: Well, thank you very much. I’d like to give you these free gifts.

Man: Oh, well, thank you very much! A notebook and pen are always useful and the T-shirt will come in useful in the summer. Goodbye.

Researcher: Goodbye.

 

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