Technology has changed in ways that we never thought of!! However, there are times that we forget that no matter how old the technology was it still was technology. This time therefore we are going to listen to a BBC 6 minute English audio about old technology.
Listen to the audio below and answer the following questions in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.
What is a device with a box with turning plate to put the vinyl records into it called?
Which word means you are going back to styles and fashions from the past?
What is the name of the plastic that records are made of?
What are the plastic cases with audio tape on reels inside them called?
Which word is used for new rise in ?
How many records were sold in the UK in 2014?
What is thinking about past with a mixture of warm feelings and sadness called?
Which one word can be used for put together?
What are the disks that stored data magnetically called?
It is through the eyes that we see the world and its beauty. We often believe everything that we see, but is it necessary that whatever we see is true?? Well, this time we are listening to the BBC 6 minutes English audio on whether we can trust our eyes?
Listen to the audio and answer the following questions in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.
In which part of the brain is there an area dedicated to remembering faces?
What is the synonym of rebuild?
Which word describes something that has been changed?
What is the place where a crime is committed called?
Which word describes something that gets impure through contact from an outside source?
What word describes a person was under threat of being stabbed?
Which word is the synonym of something that is confusing and bit upsetting?
What is the spoken statement of the eye witness in the court?
Describe an open-air market which you enjoyed visiting.
You should say:
• where the market is
• what the market sells
• how big the market is
And explain why you enjoyed visiting this market.
open market Cue Card IELTS Band7
In this fast-paced world where more and more people are turning to online shopping, open-air markets seem to have lost their popularity. But, I come from a small town in which such markets are still quite popular. Today, I am going to talk about a well-known bazaar that I loved visiting.
It is called Sunday Market. Every weekend local shopkeepers set up their stalls in a huge ground that covers an area of about 4 square kilometers, making it one of the biggest open-air markets in my state, Punjab. This place has a lot to offer to shoppers. The main items sold in the market include traditional seasonal clothes, shoes, utensils, bed sheets, duvets and blankets etc. Some stalls sell fresh fruits, pulses, spices, herbs and vegetables as well.
I visited this market last year. I felt that it was a great place to shop at. Everyone was so friendly and welcoming there. Not only the products were of high quality but their prices were very reasonable too. There was plenty of space for people to walk and shop. This matters a lot in my country because some markets can be overcrowded at times, making it almost impossible to move.
Normally, buyers in open-air markets don’t have the privilege to return any purchased items, but to my surprise, shopkeepers were encouraging people to buy what they wanted and return it later if there was a problem. The best thing about this market was that the facilities such as toilets and car-parking were well-maintained. All in all, this market had everything which customers require. (263 Words)
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