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IELTS Mock Test 2020 March

IELTS Mock Test 2020 March

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Part 1: Question 1 - 10
  • 1 a continental
  • 2 buffet dinner
  • 3 Common
  • 4 booked online
  • 5 all meals
  • 6 guests' lounge
  • 7 Maple View
  • 8 pedestrian
  • 9 bank holidays
  • 10 in advance
Part 2: Question 11 - 20
  • 11 G
  • 12 H
  • 13 E
  • 14 F
  • 15 C
  • 16 B
  • 17 B
  • 18 A
  • 19 C
  • 20 C
Part 3: Question 21 - 30
  • 21 A
  • 22 23 B,E
  • 24 25 A,B
  • 26 C
  • 27 B
  • 28 A
  • 29 A
  • 30 C
Part 4: Question 31 - 40
  • 31 everyday lives
  • 32 co-operate with
  • 33 zero validity
  • 34 element of
  • 35 mental health organisations
  • 36 cultural bias
  • 37 coloured cards
  • 38 convincing tool
  • 39 groups of people
  • 40 lack of

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详细试卷答案解析:

Part 1: Questions 1-10

Questions 1-10

Complete the notes below.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

HOTELS

Name

Location

Cost

Notes

Belvedere Gardens Hotel

Example: opposite Grimes Tower

$50 per night including

1

breakfast

highly recommended

2

served each evening

Belfield Grande

On the south side of Edgeware 3

$55 per night ($10 discount if

4 )

price inclusive of

5

served in the

6

7

Hotel

At the entrance to the 8 zone

$28 weekdays and $40 on weekends and 9

must book well 10

  • 1 Answer: a continental
    • The keywords concerned in Q1 are “cost”, “$50” and “breakfast”.

    • From the question, we can presume that the answer must be an adjective.

    • Woman asks about the price of the hotel for one night, and the man says it’s $50 per night including a continental breakfast. So the answer must be a continental.

  • 2 Answer: buffet dinner
    • The keywords concerned in Q2 are “highly”, “recommend” and “evening”.

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

    • The man says he thoroughly recommend the buffet dinner.

    • Highly is equal to thoroughly.

    • So the answer must be buffet dinner.

  • 3 Answer: Common
    • The keywords concerned in Q3 are “Belfield Grande”, “south” and “Edgeware”.

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

    • The woman asks whether there is other recommended hotel and the man recommends Belfield Grande on the south side of Edgeware Common.

    • So the answer must be Common.

  • 4 Answer: booked online
    • The keywords concerned in Q4 are “$10” and “discount”.

    • From the question, we can presume that the answer must be a verb.

    • The man says Belfield Grande costs $55 per night but there’s $10 discount if you booked online.

    • So the answer must be booked online.

  • 5 Answer: all meals
    • The keywords concerned in Q5 are “price” and “inclusive”.

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

    • The man says Belfield Grande’s price is inclusive of all meals.

    • So the answer must be all meals.

  • 6 Answer: guests' lounge
    • The keyword concerned in Q6 is “served”.

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

    • The man says all meals are served in the guests’ lounge.

    • So the answer must be guests’ lounge.

  • 7 Answer: Maple View
    • The keyword concerned in Q7 is “hotel”.

    • From the question, we can presume that the answer must be a name of the hotel.

    • The woman asks if there’s any other recommended hotel and the man recommends the Maple View hotel.

    • So the answer must be Maple View.

  • 8 Answer: pedestrian
    • The keywords concerned in Q8 are “entrance” and “zone”.

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

    • The man says the hotel is at the entrance to the pedestrian zone.

    • So the answer must be pedestrian.

  • 9 Answer: bank holidays
    • The keywords concerned in Q9 are “$40” and “weekend”.

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

    • The man says the hotel costs $28 on weekdays but cost $40 on weekends and bank holidays.

    • So the answer must be bank holidays.

  • 10 Answer: in advance
    • The keywords concerned in Q10 are “book” and “well”.

    • The man says the woman should book well in advance of her stay.

    • So the answer must be in advance.

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Part 1

You will hear a woman talking to a man who works in a tourist information office. First you have some time to look at questions 1-10. [Pause 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.

Man: Good afternoon. Can I help you?

Woman: I hope so! My Portuguese friends are coming over to visit me next month and I need to find a place for them to stay that is quite central as I live in the city centre myself and want them to be close by. Can you recommend anywhere?

Man: Yes. A few places instantly spring to mind. What about Belvedere Gardens Hotel? Despite what the name might suggest, it's right in the city centre, on Main Street, opposite Grimes Tower.

Narrator: The Belvedere Gardens Hotel is located opposite Grimes Tower so you write 'opposite' in the space provided. You should answer the questions as you listen because you will not hear the recording a second time. Listen carefully and answer questions 1-6.

Man: Good afternoon. Can I help you?

Woman: I hope so! My Portuguese friends are coming over to visit me next month and I need to find a place for them to stay that is quite central as I live in the city centre myself and want them to be close by. Can you recommend anywhere?

Man: Yes. A few places instantly spring to mind. What about Belvedere Gardens Hotel? Despite what the name might suggest, it's right in the city centre, on Main Street, opposite Grimes Tower. 

Woman: How much is it per night, please?

Man: Quite reasonable given the location, $50, and that is inclusive of a continental breakfast.

Woman: Oh, that sounds nice! What about other meals? Do you have to pay extra for them?

Man: Yes. Unfortunately, lunch and dinner are not included In the price. The hotel does have a very fine restaurant, though, and I would thoroughly recommend the buffet dinner there; customers should be seated by 7:30 in the evening when the buffet starts. 

Woman: Hmm. I'll keep It in mind. Is there anywhere else you can think of?

Man: Certainly. The Belfield Grande is always a popular choice. It's located a little further out, though, on the south side of Edgeware Common. Perhaps that's too far from the city centre.

Woman: Not really; it's only a few stops on the subway; depends on the price.

Man: Believe it or not, the Belfield is more expensive than Belvedere Gardens, $55.

Woman: Oh, that's no good.

Man: Mind you, there is a $10 discount offered to customers who've booked online. There's also the fact that the price is inclusive of all meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner, served in the guests' lounge.

Narrator: Before listening to the rest of the conversation you have some time to look at questions 7-10. [Pause 30 seconds] Now listen and answer questions 7-10.

Woman: I like the sound of this hotel more and more. The Belfield then, so far. Is there anywhere else?

Man: Well, you should also consider the Maple View.

Woman: I don't think I am familiar with that one.

Man: You should be; it's right in the heart of the city, next to the entrance to the pedestrian zone that runs along High Street. 

Woman: Sounds lovely, being so close to the shops. Tell me more.

Man: It gets better; the price per night is only $28 on weekdays, though an additional $12 is charged on weekends and bank holidays.

Woman: Sounds like great value for money.

Man: It is; that's why you have to book well in advance of your stay. 

Woman: How soon should I book then?

Man: Yesterday might not be soon enough!

Woman: Yikes! I better get cracking. Thank you so much for your help.

Man: You're very welcome.

Narrator: That's the end of Part 1. You have half a minute to check your answers. [Pause 30 seconds]

Now turn to Part 2.

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