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Listening Practice Test 6
  • 1 Camden
  • 2 Green
  • 3 7434
  • 4 1976
  • 5 06634 982 746
  • 6-8 A,D,F
  • 9 free
  • 10 $6/6 dollars/six dollars
  • 11 accidents/burns
  • 12 heart surgery/ organ transplants
  • 13 patients with leukaemia/ cancer
  • 14 premature babies
  • 15 Carrying/ carry oxygen
  • 16 immune/ defence system
  • 17 carrying/ carry/ carries
  • 18 Outpatients
  • 19 4.30pm
  • 20 17 years
  • 21 staff
  • 22 library
  • 23 2 hours
  • 24 in pen
  • 25 biology
  • 26 tray
  • 27 nothing,free
  • 28 A
  • 29 B
  • 30 C
  • 31 1964
  • 32 fastest average speed
  • 33 12 seconds
  • 34 most important stations
  • 35 all stations
  • 36 centralized/centralised power system
  • 37 flimsy
  • 38 brake
  • 39 magnetic Induction
  • 40 semiconductor technologies


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Review & Explanations:

Section 1: Questions 1-10

Questions 1-5

Complete the form below.

Write NO MORE THAN ONE WORD OR A NUMBER for each answer.


FULL NAME    Peter Adrien 1
ADDRESS Flat 5 53 2 Street Finsbury
DATE OF BIRTH  8th July 4
HOME TEL    none
  • 1 Answer: Camden
    • The keywords concerned in Q1 must be full name.

    • Will asked what the caller’s full name was and wanted to know how to spell his family name. The caller said his full name and then spelled the family name C-A-M-D-E-N. Since Peter Adrian had been given, you only need to type the surname.

  • 2 Answer: Green
    • The keywords concerned in Q2 must be “address”, “Flat 5 53” and “Finsbury”.

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

    • Understanding the question, we can be assured that the answer concerns Peter’s address. With the available words, we can make a wild guess that the answer must be a street’s name.

    • By listening to the conversation, we are aware that Peter is currently living at Flat 5, 53 Green Street, Finsbury.

    • As “Flat 5, 53” and “Finsbury” have been filled, the answer for Q2 must be “Green Street”.


  • 3 Answer: 7434
    • The keywords concerned in Q2 must be “postcode”.

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

    • Understanding the question, we can be assured that the answer concerns Peter’s post code. According to Peter, his postcode is 7434. Thus, the answer for Q2 must be “7434”.

    Note: Peter mistakenly believes that “7424is his postcode. However, it turns out that his postcode is actually “7434”. Peter’s mistake can cost the inattentive students a wrong answer.


  • 4 Answer: 1976
    • The keywords concerned in Q3 must be “date of birth”.

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

    • Will asks Peter to inform him his date of birth, which Peter briefly replies with “8th July 1976”. Understanding the question, we can be assured that the answer only concerns Peter’s year of birth. Therefore, the answer must be “1976”.  


  • 5 Answer: 06634 982 746
    • The keywords concerned in Q4 must be “mobile telephone”.

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

    • Peter doesn’t have a home number, so he gives his mobile number instead. In fact, he offers the students a chance to answer this question correctly by repeating his mobile number twice. The correct answer to this question is 06634 982746.


Questions 6-8

Circle THREE letters A-F.

What type of books does Peter like?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • 6-8 Answer: A,D,F
    • The keywords concerned in Q6, Q7 and Q8 must be “the type of books that Peter likes”.

    • Firstly, Peter emphasizes that he loves mystery books. Therefore, option F is the correct answer.

    • Secondly, Peter also insists that he is keen on historical novels. Therefore, option D is the correct answer.

    • It is inferred that Peter dislikes romance books and science fiction novels. Therefore, option B and option E are incorrect.

    • Finally, Peter expresses his interest in animal books, as known as wildlife books. Therefore, option A is the correct answer.


Question 9-10


How much does it cost to join the library? 9

How much does it cost to rent a DVD?  10

  • 9 Answer: free
    • The keywords concerned in Q9 must be “how much it costs to join the library”.

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

    • Peter doesn’t know how much it costs to join the library. Will said that "the library is free". Therefore, the answer for this question must be “free”.

    Note: The answer doesn’t mean that every service provided in the library will be free. For example, renting out some videos or DVDs can cost you a certain amount of money. However, as the question only concerns about the fee to join the library, the answer should be “free”.   


  • 10 Answer: $6/6 dollars/six dollars
    • The keywords concerned in Q10 must be “costs to rent a DVD”.

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

    • In order to rent a DVD, you have to pay $6 with a $60 returnable deposit. Therefore, the answer must be “$6/6 dollars/ six dollars”.

    Note: Will does mention the fee of renting a video, which is $4. However, as the question only concerns the fee of renting a DVD, $4 is an incorrect answer.


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Peter: Hello, I’m new in the area and I’d like to join the library please.

Will: That’s no problem. Let me get an application form. Here we are. Now all we have to do is fill this in and then I’ll get you to sign and you’ll be a member.

P: Great

W: Now then. What’s your full name?

P: Peter Adrian camden .

W: How do you spell Camden?

P: C-A-M-D-E-N

W: C-A-M-D-E-N

P: Yes, that’s right.

W: Right, and what’s your address?

P: flat 553 Green street , Finsbury.

W: Ok. Got that. That’s near here isn’t it?

P: Yes, just 5 minutes walk.

W: What’s the post code?

P: 7424.. I..I mean, sorry, 7 4 3 4 .

W: Got that now. Now, can you tell me your date of birth?

P: 8th of July, 1976 

W: And, what’s your telephone number?

P: Well, I don’t have a home number but I’ve got a mobile.

W: That’ll do fine.

P: It’s o six six three four nine eight two seven four six . Did you get that?

W: Some of it. Can you say it again?

P: The code’s 06634 and the number’s then 982 746

W: Right. That’s almost it. Now I need some kind of identification to prove where you live. Do you have a driving license or a passport or anything like that?

P: I’m afraid that everything I have, has got my old address on it. Do you need it now?

W: No, not now, but you won’t be able to take anything out until we see that.

P: Wait a minute. I’ve got a letter addressed to me here that arrived this morning. Will that do?

W: Oh yes. That’s a good idea. That will be fine. Let’s look. Ok. Well, that’s that finished.

W: Could I ask you a few questions? The Council that runs the library is running a survey to find out what kind of books people prefer so that they can direct their buying.

P: Yeah, no problem.

W: OK. So, what type of books do you like?

P: Well, I’m very keen on mysteries . You know, when a detective is trying to find out who did the murder . Historical novels interest me too. Romance never! My sister loves them but they bore me to tears. I quite like books on animals too. I get them out sometimes. Not science fiction either. Too weird.

W: Well, I think that’s it then.

P: Good. Oh, do you charge anything?

W: The library is free unless you want to rent out some of our videos or DVDs. {EXPLAIN_9}

P: How much is that?

W: Well, we rent videos out for four dollars each and DVDs are six dollars . You must leave us a deposit for $60 of$60 as well. That’s returnable of course.

P: I don’t think I’ll get any of those just yet. Can I pay later?

W: Sure, just give the money in when you’re ready to rent them out.

P: Well thanks very much. You’ve been very helpful. I might take a book out now for the weekend, if that’s OK?

W: Go ahead.

M: Well, goodbye.

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