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IELTS Mock Test 2022 November

IELTS Mock Test 2022 November

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Part 1: Question 1 - 10
  • 1 C
  • 2 A
  • 3 C
  • 4 flights
  • 5 (hotel)accommodation
  • 6 breakfast (every) morning
  • 7 theatre tickets
  • 8 jonathon.presley@sainsbury
  • 9 6676 6654 9743 1251
  • 10 ₤31,234
Part 2: Question 11 - 20
  • 11 A
  • 12 C
  • 13 1957
  • 14 46
  • 15 multiple championship
  • 16 Monaco
  • 17 naturally gifted
  • 18 highest
  • 19 great rival
  • 20 greatest driver
Part 3: Question 21 - 28
  • 21 leader
  • 22 500,000
  • 23 strategy
  • 24 projected profits
  • 25 takeover (bid)
  • 26 high-risk
  • 27 board meeting
  • 28 30 A,B,E
Part 4: Question 31 - 40
  • 31 amount/volume
  • 32 65%
  • 33 attic
  • 34 grants/financial iad
  • 35 (the/your) interior
  • 36 absorb
  • 37 25
  • 38 curtains/blinds
  • 39 solar panels
  • 40 waste

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Part 1: Questions 1-10

Questions 1-3

Choose the correct letter A, B or C.

Example: When does the special offer finish?

A late March

B early April

C at the end of May

1

What total discount is Jonathon’s school being offered?

  • A
  • B
  • C
Answer: C
  • The keywords concerned in Q1 should be “total discount” and “Jonathon’s school”.

  • As stated by James, “which makes your total tour discount, hmmmmm, fifty plus fifteen, sixty-five percent”. Therefore, the answer for Q1 is C. We should notice that 25% and 50% is not the total discount.

2

Where did Jonathon first want to take his students?

  • A
  • B
  • C
Answer: A
  • The keywords concerned in Q2 should be “where”, “first” and “take his students”.

  • As we hear “Well, there is a condition that you must choose your destination from a list we have selected”, we should notice that the answer will soon appear because “destination” means the place Jonathon wanting to take his student to. As stated by Jonathon after that, “would Madrid be on that list by any chance?”, which means his first choice is Madrid, we could know that the answer for Q2 is A. We should notice that “Barcelona” is not the answer since it is the tour available for Jonathon, not his first choice of destination.

3

What is the normal price of this tour?

  • A
  • B
  • C
Answer: C
  • The keywords concerned in Q3 should be “normal price” and “tour”.

  • As stated by James, “The normal price is £1940 so you are saving £1261 per person”. Therefore, the correct answer for Q3 is C. We have to notice that £679 and £1261 are wrong answers as £679 is the price for one person with discount and £1261 is the amount of money saved for one person.

Questions 4-10

Complete the notes below.

Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

Mcfadden's Travel

Two main things the all-inclusive price covers:

4

5

Extras also covered by the all-inclusive offer: airport taxis, 6 a city tour, 7

CLIENT DELAIES:

E-mail address of contact person: 8 .com

Number of travellers: 49 Credit Card Number: 9

Date of travel: 7th of April Expiry Date: 01-Jan-2015

Departure time: 7:00 a.m. Total cost of booking: 10

Arrival time: 10:30 a.m. (local time)

  • 4 Answer: flights
    • The keyword concerned in Q4 and Q5 should be “all-inclusive price”.

    • From the question, we could assume that the answer must be a noun or a phrasal noun.

    • As Jonathon asked James what he meant by all-inclusive, he replied “that price covers flights. 3-star hotel accommodation and extras”. Therefore, the answer for Q4 is flights and for Q5 is (hotel) accommodation.

  • 5 Answer: (hotel)accommodation
    • The keyword concerned in Q4 and Q5 should be “all-inclusive price”.

    • From the question, we could assume that the answer must be a noun or a phrasal noun.

    • As Jonathon asked James what he meant by all-inclusive, he replied “that price covers flights. 3-star hotel accommodation and extras”. Therefore, the answer for Q4 is flights and for Q5 is (hotel) accommodation.

  • 6 Answer: breakfast (every) morning
    • The keywords concerned in Q6 and Q7 should be “extra”, “all-inclusive offer”, “airport taxis” and “city tour”.

    • From the question, we could assume that the answer must be a noun or a phrasal noun.

    • As stated by James, “Plus airport taxis, breakfast every morning, a city tour and theatre tickets”. “plus” is the synonym of “extra”, therefore, the answer for Q6 is breakfast (every) morning, and for Q7 is theatre tickets.

  • 7 Answer: theatre tickets
    • The keywords concerned in Q6 and Q7 should be “extra”, “all-inclusive offer”, “airport taxis” and “city tour”.

    • From the question, we could assume that the answer must be a noun or a phrasal noun.

    • As stated by James, “Plus airport taxis, breakfast every morning, a city tour and theatre tickets”. “plus” is the synonym of “extra”, therefore, the answer for Q6 is breakfast (every) morning, and for Q7 is theatre tickets.

  • 8 Answer: jonathon.presley@sainsbury
    • The keyword concerned in Q8 should be “email address”.

    • From the question, we could assume that the answer must be a series of letters or/and numbers.

    • As stated by Jonathon, “It's jonathon.presley@sainsbury.com. That's j-o-n-a-t-h-o-n dot p-r-e-s-l-e-y at s-a-i-n-s-b-u-r-y dot com”. Therefore, the answer for Q8 is jonathon.presley@sainsbury.

  • 9 Answer: 6676 6654 9743 1251
    • The keyword concerned in Q9 should be “credit card number”.

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

    • As James asks James to tell his card number, he confirms that “It's 6676 6654 97431251”. Therefore, the answer for Q9 is 6676 6654 97431251.

  • 10 Answer: ₤31,234
    • The keywords concerned in Q10 should be “total cost” and “booking”.

    • From the question, we could assume that the answer must be a price.

    • As James stated, “I'm going to charge £31,234 to your credit card, that's the total cost”. Therefore, the answer for Q10 is £31,234. We should notice that £679 is not the total cost, it is the cost for only one student.

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Part 1

You will hear a telephone conversation between a travel agent and a school principal who is organising a school tour for a group of third-year students.

First you have some time to look at questions 1 to 3

(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.

James; Hello. McFadden's Travel! James speaking; how may I help you?

Jonathon: Hi there; my name's Jonathon Presley, principal of Sainsbury Secondary School. I am calling to ask about your early bird tour offer. I saw it advertised in the Evening Herald yesterday.

James: Certainly, Mr. Presley; what would you like to know?

Jonathon: Oh, please, Jonathon will be fine.

James: Of course, Jonathon. How can I help you?

Jonathon: Well, the first thing I'd like to know is how long is your offer valid for? My third-year students are planning a holiday in early April; will they qualify for the discount?

James: The good news is our special offer runs until the end of May. Jonathon: Oh dear, oh dear, March! That's terrible, we've just missed out.

James: On the contrary, Jonathon. It's May not March; you WILL qualify for the discount.

Jonathon: Oh, fantastic.

Narrator: The offer finishes at the end of May so the answer is (C).

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 1-3.

[REPEAT]

James: And I'm only just getting started; the best news is yet to come.

Jonathon; What do you mean?

James: Well, tell me now ..., how many students are you planning to take on this tour?

Jonathon: I expect there'll be about 45 students and 3 teachers accompanying them. Why? Are there any further discounts?

James: There are indeed. We do a 25% discount on groups of up to 40 people. For you, we can offer an even better rate; a 50% discount.

Jonathon: Wow, is that on top of the 15% early bird discount?

James: It most certainly is, which makes your total tour discount, hmmmmm, fifty plus fifteen, sixty-five percent.

Jonathon: Surely there's a catch, this is too good to be true.

James: Well, there is a condition that you must choose your destination from a list we have selected. You can't book a tour to just anywhere in the world with this discount rate,

Jonathon: I see, and would Madrid be on that list by any chance?

James: I am sorry to disappoint you but we do not offer this rate on tours to Madrid. However, we have an excellent all-inclusive 7-day Barcelona tour which is available. How does that sound?

Jonathon: Sounds interesting. What is the total cost per student?

James: Let's see ... It works out at £679 per person with the discount. The normal price is £1940 so you are saving £1261 per person.

Jonathon: Hold on a moment, let me get a pen to write some of this down; It's getting complicated. Okay, how much will it cost per student?

James: £679

Jonathon: And how much of a saving is that?

James: £1261

Jonathon: Barcelona sounds very good indeed! Tell me, what do you mean by all-inclusive? What does £679 get us?

Before you hear the rest of the conversation, you have some time to look at questions 4-10.

(Pause The recording for 30 seconds)

Now listen and answer questions 4-10.

James: Well, that price covers flights. 3-star hotel accommodation and extras.

Jonathon: James, I must say, I'm very glad I called you this morning. This is a fantastic deal. It covers flights, accommodation and what else?

James: Plus airport taxis, breakfast every morning, a city tour and theatre tickets.

Jonathon: Great!.... and what about the teachers?

James: The teachers can travel free of charge with the students.

Jonathon: Well I might just go on this tour myself, I've always fancied a trip to Barcelona......ehhhh, ehh but for the children's sake, of course.

James: Of course. Now, let's get to work on the booking. Exactly when were you planning to leave?

Jonathon: The 7th of April, if possible.

James: Yes, that's available. And, can you confirm the exact number of students please?

Jonathon: It's either 44 or 45, let me see... Yes, 45, exactly 45 students, No, sorry, in fact that's 46. I forgot about Jenny McCarthy; she sent her application in late so it's not in the same pile as the rest.

James: So that's the 7th of April and 46 students, correct?

Jonathon; Yes, perfect, and three teachers. Is there a morning flight?

James: Yes, your flight is at 7 a.m. on Monday the 7th of April.

Arrive at the airport two hours before departure. The flight will take about two and a half hours and you'll land at 10.30 a.m. local time. How does that sound?

Jonathon: Sounds great, Can I give you my e-mail address to confirm the rest of the details?

James: Of course.

Jonathon: It's jonathon.presley@sainsbury.com. That's j-o-n-a-t-h-o-n dot p-r-e-s-l-e-y at s-a-i-n-s-b-u-r-y dot com. And well pay by credit card if possible.

James: That'll be perfect. What's your card number?

Jonathon: It's 6676 6654 97431251, expiry date 01 Jan 2015.

James: And the name on the credit card?

Jonathon: That's my own, Jonathon Presley.

James: So, £679 times 46 students, I'm going to charge £31,234 to your credit card, that's the total cost.

Jonathon: Sounds fine.

James: Great! Well, I think that's all we need for now, Jonathon. It's been a pleasure doing business with you. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to give me a call. We'll be in touch next week to confirm the booking details.

Jonathon: Okay, and thank you very much for your help, James. Bye for now.

James: Bye bye Jonathon! Speak soon.

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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