IELTS Listening Sample Question # Preparing English

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AUDIO

Answer the following questions in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS

  1. What term is used to speak that you study a particular information that you have learned before?
  2. What is the word for a system such as the use of special poems or rhymes to help you remember things?
  3. What is the synonym of critical used by Rob?
  4. What does getting something back means?
  5. What is the practice of testing yourself over a longer period of time called?
  6. What is the method where one learns a lot of things in short period of time called?
  7. What term is used to describe when you add more information to something?
  8. What are subjects which are based on abstract ideas rather than things called?

ANSWERS

  1. revise
  2. mnemonics
  3. important
  4. retrieving it
  5. distributed practice
  6. cramming
  7. elaborate
  8. conceptual subjects

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IELTS Speaking Part I Sample about Advertisement

IELTS Speaking Part 1: Questions and answers
Question 1: Are there many advertisements in your country?
Answer: Indeed, there are a lot of advertisements. Apart from television commercials and print adverts, outdoor advertising is also very popular in my country.

Question 2: Why do you think there are so many advertisements now?
Answer: In my view, there are two main reasons why we see so many ads around us. Firstly, advertising has become a powerful tool to promote any product and to reach a wide range of audience. Secondly, manufacturers spend a substantial amount of their annual budget on ads.

Question 3: What are the various places where we see advertisements?
Answer: In today’s media dominated world, advertisements can be seen everywhere – television, newspapers, magazines and roads. From hoardings and pamphlets to stickers and banners, there are numerous forms of advertising that cover almost every place around us.

Question 4: How do you feel about advertisements?
Answer: I feel that advertisements have become an essential part of our environment. However, too many commercials on TV and radio often irritate me, especially when I’m watching or listening to my favorite programs. Excessive adverts in the newspaper also reduce my interest in reading.

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