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IELTS Mock Test 2022 November

IELTS Mock Test 2022 November

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  • Đăng ngày: 01 Mar 2022
  • Tests taken: 203,501
Part 1: Question 1 - 10
  • 1 failed exams
  • 2 archery
  • 3 8 people
  • 4 5 and 6
  • 5 22
  • 6 June 24th
  • 7 425
  • 8 1304 647864
  • 9 B
  • 10 A
Part 2: Question 11 - 20
  • 11 C
  • 12 B
  • 13 A
  • 14 G
  • 15 D
  • 16 Ride
  • 17 Pay Station
  • 18 Performance
  • 19 Arena
  • 20 Main
Part 3: Question 21 - 30
  • 21 22 A,D
  • 23 B
  • 24 C
  • 25 B
  • 26 A
  • 27 C
  • 28 rhythmic gymnastics
  • 29 weekend course
  • 30 dance course
Part 4: Question 31 - 40
  • 31 50%
  • 32 tuition fees
  • 33 6,000
  • 34 25,000
  • 35 living expenses
  • 36 armed forces
  • 37 4 years
  • 38 (sports) scholarship
  • 39 1,500
  • 40 yearly loan


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Introduction of IELTS Reading

The IELTS Reading Academic module consists of three passages totalling approximately 2,500 words. The passages are similar to the kind of articles...

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Review & Explanations:

Part 1: Questions 1-10

Questions 1-8

Complete the notes below.


Fairview Lake Camping Centre

The three functions of the centre are:

- conference centre

- Example: educational institution

- place for fun-filled weekends

The customer wants to bring children who have 1

SPORTS: Sailing, windsurfing, volleyball, rowing, and a sport most children have never tried which is 2

Accommodation Facilities

• The Birch Unit - sleeps 3

• Greenback Row - sleeps the same number of people

• Cabins 1 - 3: sleep 10 people

• Cabins 4 : sleep 12 people each

Mr Bryson's booking arrangements

• The customer would bring 5 students for the course.

• He would like to book the course starling Sunday 6

• The cost for one week would be £ 7 per child.

• The school’s telephone number is 8

  • 1 Answer: failed exams
    • The keywords concerned in Q1 must be “customer”, “bring children” and “have”.

    • From the question, we can assume that the answer must be a noun, a noun phrase, a verb or a phrase.

    • According to the customer, he wants to bring children who have failed exams to the centre. Therefore, the answer to Q1 must be “failed exams”.

  • 2 Answer: archery
    • The keywords concerned in Q2 must be “sport” and “most children have never tried”.

    • From the question, we can assume that the answer must be a noun or a noun phrase.

    • The receptionist states that most children have never tried archery before. Therefore, the answer to Q2 must be “archery”.

  • 3 Answer: 8 people
    • The keywords concerned in Q3 must be “Birch Unit” and “sleep”.

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

    • It is implied that the centre also offers accommodation facilities, among which is the Birch Unit. In fact, the Birch Unit can hold 8 people. Therefore, the answer to Q3 must be “8 people”.

  • 4 Answer: 5 and 6
    • The keywords concerned in Q4 must be “cabins” and “sleep 12 people each”.

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

    • According to the receptionist, the cabins that sleep 12 people each are cabin 5 and cabin 6. Therefore, the answer to Q4 must be “5 and 6”.

  • 5 Answer: 22
    • The keywords concerned in Q5 must be “bring” and “students”.

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

    • The customer needs to bring 22 children in total to the centre, including 12 girls and 10 boys. Therefore, the answer to Q5 must be “22”.

  • 6 Answer: June 24th
    • The keywords concerned in Q6 must be “book the course”, “starting” and “Sunday”.

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

    • In terms of the courses, the receptionist suggests taking the week starting Sunday, June 24th, to which the customer happily agrees. Therefore, the answer to Q6 must be “June 24th”.

    Note: Some students may mistakenly believe that “June 30th” is the correct answer of Q6. In fact, the week starting Sunday, June 30th has been fully booked. As a result, the receptionist does not suggest that week to the customer. For that reason, “June 30th” is incorrect.

  • 7 Answer: 425
    • The keywords concerned in Q7 must be “cost for one week” and “per child”.

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

    • The inclusive cost for a child should be £425. Therefore, the answer to Q7 must be “425”.

    Note: Some students may mistakenly believe that “480” is the correct answer of Q7. In fact, it is directly stated in the conversation that £480 is the price for an adult, not a child. Therefore, “480” is incorrect.

  • 8 Answer: 1304 647864
    • The keywords concerned in Q8 must be “school” and “telephone number”.

    • From the question, we can assume that the answer must be a series of numbers.

    • After several corrections, the customer finally gives the correct telephone number of the school, which is 1304647864. Therefore, the answer to Q8 must be “1304647864”.

    Note: Some students may mistakenly believe that “647864” or “4304647864” is the correct answer of Q8. On the one hand, “647864” is part of the correct telephone number. However, it is lacking the code. As a result, “647864” is incorrect. On the other hand, “4304647864” is also incorrect, as the code should be “1304”, not “4304”.

Questions 9-10

Choose the correct letter A, B or C.


The receptionist suggests Mr Bryson’s group eat with the other groups because

  • A
  • B
  • C
Answer: B
  • The keywords concerned in Q9 must be “receptionist”, “Mr Bryson’s group” and “eat with other groups”.

  • The receptionist believes that mealtime is an occasion of conversing and making friends with people. For that reason, she suggests eating with other groups. Therefore, the answer to Q9 must be “B”.


Option A: Option A is incorrect as there is no difference in price between eating in a separate room and eating with other groups.

Option C: Option C is stated in the conversation. However, it is not related to the receptionist’s suggestion of eating with other groups. As a result, Option C is also incorrect.


Before he decides whether to accept the course or not, Mike Bryson will

  • A
  • B
  • C
Answer: A
  • The keywords concerned in Q10 must be “before deciding to accept the course” and “Mike Bryson”.

  • Before finally accepting the course, the customer needs to ask for his headmaster’s decision. In other words, he needs to check with a higher authority. Therefore, the answer to Q10 must be “A”.

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Part 1

You will hear a telephone conversation between a receptionist and customer.

First you have some time to look at questions 1 to 8.

(Pause the recording for 30 seconds)

You will see that there is an example that has been done for you. On this occasion only, the conversation relating to this will be played first.

R= Receptionist C= Customer

R: Good morning, Fairview Lake Camping Centre. Can I help you?

C: Oh yes. I'm interested in bringing a group of schoolchildren to your centre for a week's stay this summer, and I'd like some information. Could you tell me something about your organisation?

R: Certainly, sir. We have three main functions, really. We are a conference centre, an educational institution, and simply a place where you can come and have a fun-filled weekend. Whatever your goal is, our professional staff are on hand to help you.

The answer is "an educational institution" so this has been filled in for you. Now we shall begin. You should answer the questions as you listen because you will not hear the recording a second time. Listen carefully and answer questions 1 to 8.


C: I think we'd like to have an educational visit and some fun at the same time. I was thinking particularly of some of our children who have failed exams, and need to retake them next year.

R: I see. Well, we offer coaching in various subjects at most levels; you know, Maths, Sciences, Geography, languages. We adjust the courses according to the needs of your pupils. As for the recreational side of the centre, we offer sailing, windsurfing, volleyball, rowing, athletics and quite a few other sports. Most children have never tried archery, so we offer courses in that, too. It's very popular.

C: That sounds good. I'll see if there is any interest. And where would the children stay?

R: Well, we have the Birch Unit that sleeps 8 people, and Greenback Row which sleeps the same number. Cabins 1-3 each sleep ten people. Cabins 5 and 6 sleep twelve people each. How many young people are you thinking of bringing?

C: 22, Twelve girls and ten boys.

R: Perfect, then I suggest Cabin 3 for the boys, and Cabin 5 for the girls. How long would you want to stay? Ah, yes, I remember, you said a week, didn't you, Mr...?

C: Bryson, Mike Bryson, Yes, that's right, a week.

R: Good. Groups arrive on a Saturday evening, and leave the following Sunday morning.

C: That would be fine. Now, when are your courses?

R: Tell me the dates that would suit you, and we'll see what we can do.

C: The end of June would be perfect for us.

R: End of June. Let me see,.. How about the week starting Sunday, June 24th, The week starting Sunday 30th is pretty much booked up.

C: Yes, the 24th would suit us fine. Now, about prices?

R: For one week, including lessons, food, accommodation and all sporting activities, the cost would be £425 per child, and £480 per adult. Could I have your school's telephone number; please, Mr Bryson?

C: Yes, certainly. It's 647864.

R: 647864. And the code?

C: Em. 4304. Sorry, no. 1304. By the way, are you open in the winter? And if so, what do you offer sports-wise?

R: Yes, we certainly are, Mr Bryson, and we offer ice fishing, cross-country skiing and animal tracking. It's actually very popular in the winter.

Before you hear the rest of the conversation, you have some time to look at questions 9 and 10.

(Pause the recording for 30 seconds)

Now listen and answer questions 9 and 10.

C: Interesting. Perhaps I'll bring a group then, too. Oh, I almost forgot to ask. What are the eating arrangements?

R: We have an enormous amount of space for dining. We can divide the dining area into several separate rooms, if necessary. If you really want your privacy we can give you a separate room, but actually we find that mealtimes give you the opportunity to meet people from other groups. There's no difference in price, whatever you choose.

C: Right. What if we want to cook our own meals now and again?

R: Yes, that can be arranged. All of the units have their own tiny kitchens, but there are also many outdoor areas where you can cook over an open fire. We try and have several barbecues too, which are very popular.

C: That all sounds very satisfactory. I know the kids will be enthusiastic, and the prices sound fair enough, so I'll speak to my headmaster and get back to you as soon as possible.

R: Good, Mr Bryson. I look forward to hearing from you.

That is the end of Part one. You now have half a minute to check your answers. (Pause the recording for 30 seconds)

Now turn to Part two.

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