Collins Listening for IELTS - Download as PDF File .pdf) or read online. ielts listening. Collins - Listening for Huong Nguyen. Loading Preview. Sorry, preview is currently unavailable. You can download the paper by clicking the button. Listening for IELTS will prepare you for the IELTS Listening test whether you are taking the test for the first time, or re-sitting the test.

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Download Collins Listening for IELTS PDF with Audio. Listening for IELTS is divided into 12 units. Each unit focuses on a topic area that you are likely to meet in the IELTS exam. This helps you to. Sample lesson plan for Listening for IELTS Unit 1. Student preparation for this class: Have students complete all of Part 1: Vocabulary before the class. (1 hour).

Each unit is self-contained so that you can study the units in any order. You can choose the unit you want to study e ither by selecting the gram m ar you want to study or selecting which exam papers you want to practise.

A sub-sk ill is also practised in each unit. As a result, only the units with practice on Speaking and Listening papers contain audio. The contents pages at the beginning of the book provide an overview of what is in each unit so you can use this to choose which units you would like to study first.

These pages also give you information on which units contain audio. You w ill probably find it helpful to begin each unit by reading the gram m ar section in the firs t part, then working through the exercises in preparation for the exam practice exercise at the end.

Try to do the exam exercises w ithin the time lim it to give yourself realistic exam practice. Getting w ell-in form ed feedback on your w riting and speaking exam practice exercises would also be an advantage. However, if this is not possible, it is s till important to do the exercises in fu ll. Studying model answers can help you develop the ability to assess your own work. If possible, record yourself when speaking and listen carefully to your performance.

Avoid memorizing model answers for the Writing and Speaking papers. Remember that in the actual exam, it is important to answer the question and not just speak or w rite about the topic. As part of your fina l preparation before the exam, you could re-read the exam tips in the boxes. This w ill remind you of the strategies for success in the exam. Afra irlanguage jpg 1 Holidays and travel Present s im ple tense I Past s im ple tense I Present perfect sim ple tense Simple tenses Present simple: The present simple is used to talk about: 1 Permanent situations I work in the city but I live in the countryside.

After you have completed the form you will need to pay the visit deposit. After you have done this, we will send you a letter confirming your place.

T Listening for IELTS Chart B 1b Text 2 To enter the five-a-side football tournament, you firstly need to make sure you have a team of seven [five to play and two substitutes] and then elect a captain for your team. Fill in an application from the sports club and list your team name, members and captain on the form. We will then send you the times and dates you will play at. When you receive these, you will need to call and confirm with our club secretary that you can attend all the dates.

Once you have done this, we will also send you an invitation to the toumament opening event, which will take place in our club house the evening before the first match. Chartzj Unit 2 Write the correct information from the Texts 1 and 2 in Exercise 6 in the flow charts. Use the number of boxes and the lines or arrows to help you. For this exercise ONLY you may write as many words as you like. You are going to hear a talk about completing the Duke of Edinburgh's Award.

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Listen and complete the flow chart below. Park Hill Teen Programme I are-. Complete an enrolment form. Parents need to 8 authorisation form. You will receive your 10 the post. Youth 23 Vocabulary 1 Match the pictures above with the words a-f. If you spell a word incorrectly, your answer will be considered incorrect. Listen and write the words First you will hear the word and then you will hear the word in a sentence. You can use one word more than once. There is fog in the west and driving might be dangerous.

Draw a table like the one below and put the sequencing words and phrases in the correct group. Some can go into more than one group. You can do this by checking the weather forecast regularly. Heat waves can often be predicted days and even weeks in advance. Heat waves are I2] S: I4] you feel hot. It is also important to watch for signs of heatstroke.

A person may [5] become slow and lethargic, and [6] become confused or incoherent. If you see these second symptoms, get the person into the shade immediately and give them water.

If the symptoms do not go away instantly.

If left untreated, heatstroke can I8] lead to death. Underline the correct words in the sentences Here is the weather forecast for today. You are going to hear a conversation with four speakers: John, Steven, Linda and Joanne. Listen and write how many times you hear each speaker. Two have been done for you.

The categories are usually lettered IA, B, C, etc. Your answer is usually a letter. Match the places with the categories a, b or c. Before you listen, think how the categories and items might be related, and try to think of other words that express these categories and items. One group, either the items or the categories, will probably be paraphrased. You are going to hear a group of students talking about their Natural Earth presentation.

Listen and match the tasks with the person who will do them Ia-cl. Natural Earth presentation: Who is doing which tasks? You have to complete the diagram by writing the information yourself or choosing the answer from a list of options. You will need to study the diagram before you listen to understand the order of events.

Exam tip: You may know the answers due to your general knowledge, but your answers , cannot depend on that: Use the clues in the diagram and put the events a-d in the order they occur. If you have to label a diagram, always write the words you hear on the recording; do not use your own words. H 5 You are going to hear two students discussing an assignment. Listen and complete the 17 diagram in Exercise 4.

You will need to think about the topic and look at the notes carefully to decide what kind of word fits grammatically in each space.

Lightning Safety: Presentation Plan Part 1: Planning for lightning 0 Important to be prepared 0 Go inside before it 1 Part 2: If inside - Stay away from water, doors, windows, and telephones 0 Turn off 2 Part 3: If outside 0 Avoid trees, open spaces, and metal objects 0 If the lightning comes near you, 3 S and cover your ears Part If someone gets hit 0 Get help from a I: Listen and complete the notes 18 in Exercise 6 above.

Nature and the environment 29 Project suggestions: Not enough time for 1 Seasons Problem: Too 2 Extreme weather conditions Advantage: Vocabulary 1 Match the words a-d with the family trees below. Unit 3. Read and complete the words. It is disapprove C from important to read the questions carefully and decide what kind concentrate d of of word is missing.

When you learn new verbs, Suffer h on make sure you know if they have agree i in a dependent preposition. A good am I for 3. You may need to change the verb form.

In fact, they often argue! Marion her elderly mother, who is very frail. Some people unmarried couples living together; they think it's wrong. The government plans are helping poor families. Young mothers often months can be very difficult. Children should many physical activities when they are young to keep them fit and healthy and help them socialise. Family matters 33 Here are two people talking about their families.

Guess the missing words They are all from Exercises Jenny My family isn't very big. There's just my son and me. I'm a single I1] n For the last ten years I've been I2] j on looking after my son James, who is now fourteen. But now I've met someone special and we've just got [3]. There are seven of us in our [6] I Besides my husband and me and our children, there's my aunt and two of my I7].

Obviously, we I9] T from a lack of space in the house, but we all get on well. Unit 4 Part 2: When you listen to a lecture, it is important to be able to identify the key points and understand which direction it is taking. What is the function of the signposting words in italics in the sentences ? Secondly, and lastly, T Parenting is a difficult job because.

Families are important because they form the basis for socialisation. T The family structure has varied greatly over time. That is,. T 1 2 3 4 5 Many argue that less traditional structures are not as effective. However, T 6 Many people are having families later in life. Consequently, 7 Families in other parts of the world differ from the western norm. For instance,. T 8 Although there are many arguments for trying to keep the traditional family structure strong, I feel the key issue is.

T n Now listen to how the sentences end and how they fulfil the functions a—h. You do not write sentences for your answer. I Where? In short-answer questions, it 5 2 Who? One way to help you focus is to I 4 Why? Then match the questions to the answers a-j. There is more than one correct answer for each question. Assign all letters a-j to one question. Unit I: Before listening, underline the question words and the key words in the questions What percentage of women in their early thirties still live with their parents?

When were house prices only three times the average yearly income? What is the reason that people return to their parental home after university? You have to complete the sentences or summary by writing the information yourself or choosing the answer from a list of options. The missing words must fit the space grammatically. What kind of information is needed to complete the sentences ?

This sentence has a subject and a verb. To complete the sentence we need an object. There may be a possessive adjective in front of the noun [e. CD1 0 Exam information: You have to write the correct letters IA, B, C, etc. Family matters 37 Look at the photo and question below. Then underline the key words in sentences Children were mainly home schooled. You will hear paraphrases or synonyms. Complete the sentences with the words a-f so that they have the same meanings as the sentences in Exercise 7.

The sentences are not in the same order.

Listen and choose 25 TWO letters Ia-e] to answer the question. Fathers occasionally taught their children Latin. The Victorians were not generous to the poor. DINKS focus on rather than having children. A People living alone will need help from the community.

B It is more likely to foster a fragmented population. C It creates an accommodation shortage. D It is more expensive for an individual to live alone. E People may have children too late. Vocabulary 1 Underline the word that does not belong in each group and decide why it does not belong. The university is situated in the city centre and includes the faculties of Science, Engineering, Humanities, and Art. Each faculty has three subdivisions. Each [2] Z- has a personal tutor, but other staff such as I3] j.

Unit 5 Learning which suffixes are used with verbs, nouns, and adjectives is a useful way to improve your grammatical accuracy in the IELTS Listening exam. After all, we voted for them and they should be answerable to us.

He's always asking questions and making me think about the meaning of life. I would ratherjust talk about what happened during the day. She loves looking at the stars; she's an amateur What word types end with the suffixes ? My name is Donald, and I'm a research student at Glasgow University. I work in the Biochemistry department and I'm researching how to make suntan cream from pure plant products.

I find my work [1] [enjoy] and fulfilling. At first I found it difficult to work alone, but now it's much easier.

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After I've completed this project, I'd like to continue doing [6] [science] research. When you learn new vocabulary, try to learn all the forms. Practice exercises 5 You are going to hear a student talking on the phone to her father about her university course. Before you listen, complete the sentences in as many ways as you can.

Q 2 Listen and complete the sentences above. You should use the labelled parts as a guide when listening. Write the letters a-e 28 next to the question numbers CD1 Exam tip: If you have to label a map or plan, think of ways you can describe where places are before you listen. You will need to think of vocabulary for directions, for example; on the left, first right, along the road and vocabulary for place or position, such as opposite, next to, behind, at the end of the street.

To complete a map, you need to be able to follow directions. Look at the map and complete the directions a-e with the numbers on the map. Turn right out of the supermarket and take the first right. Walk over the bridge and just keep going straight along the road and you'll find Go left out of the Post Office and take the first left.

Go over the bridge and make a left turn. Then take the first right. You are going to hear two young people discussing what there is on your right. Listen and write the names of the places from the map in Exercise 4. You will not hear the same directions that were used in Exercise 4.

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Form completion [2]: Sometimes the missing information is an address or part of an address. In English speaking countries addresses are written like this: If the address is on one line, put commas between each section: The pauses show where the information is 30 separated.

Mark the pauses with commas on the addresses below. Listen and complete the form below. Enrolment form Name: Peter 1 Course: BSc Economics Faculty: Room , 3 E. Residence, Duke Street, Newcastle Home address: Exam information: Notes are different from full sentences.

In a sentence there is a subject and a verb, which is often followed by an object. In notes one or more of the parts of a sentence are not always needed. You will hear the words you need in the recording; you will not need to paraphrase the words to complete the notes.

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Unit 5 Complete the notes with the information in the sentences a-d. If you cannot attend the tutorial time. Library book limit: Lecture room University tour booking procedures: Name Simon Example: Group Study booking system To be used for group projects Advance notice required: Recognising paraphrases I Matching sentence fragments Recognising distractors I Answering multiple-choice questions Choosing answers from a list Part 1: Vocabulary 1 ii Match the pictures above with the jobs a-f.

Underline the correct words in italics. Sometimes both words are correct. Hi, my name is Karl Harrison and I'm a writer. One day I would like to, I think. I can write whenever I want. I'm Edward Williams and I'm a film director. One of the best things about the job is that I get to travel, and I can work with people from different countries. Film—making is really my passion. Look at the words from Exercise 2 above: The first one has been done for you. I love being a musician because I get to use my creativity and talent.

I like to dream, though!

Culture and modern society 49 The new action film is being released on Sunday. Both these sentences have the same meaning, but some of the words are different.

Changing the word form and substituting synonyms are two common ways of paraphrasing. Look at the following examples: Helen Davies is the most famous person in this town. Andrew Johnson replaced Jack Sullivan as the hero. Paraphrase the sentences by changing word forms. Thomas Howard is ever had.

She gave an excellent in the new play. The actor and director differed Now paraphrase the sentences by substituting synonyms. It's the L. Nicole was nervous because it was the of her film.

The L. The lead actor was from the film because of his bad behaviour. The words you read will not be the same as the ones you hear, so be prepared to listen for synonyms or paraphrases. Look at the example below: Some paraphrases involve changing word forms and some involve substituting synonyms. Match each sentence ending a—c with two sentence endings i—vii.

Sentence ending d has only one paraphrase. Changing word form Substituting synonyms. Listen and match the people with the sentence endings a-d. Culture and modern society 51 Another type of multiple-choice question gives you a sentence stem [i.

The words you read will not be the same the ones you hear. Read the sentence beginning and the three answer options below.

The Final Chapter is based on a the director's travels in South America. In this type of multiple-choice question, there are three possible sentences, only one of which is correct: Now read the extract from the recording for the question above and identify the paraphrased sections. Then decide which answer option a—c is correct and why.

The Final Chapter is a murder mystery film set in South America. Written and directed by Bruce Chambers, it is a project very close to his heart. Chambers found inspiration for the film whilst travelling around South America. There he heard about a Peruvian book which tells the story of the fight for gold in South America. Reading this story, he at once realised this was a film he had to make. The recording will usually refer to all answer options.

They may all be paraphrased but the details will not match. The wrong answers are known as distractors. Listen and choose the correct 36 answer a-c. Uriit 6 0 Exam information: You are likely to hear all the answer options, but only some of them will be correct; the other options will be incorrect in some way. How has fame changed? More people are famous nowadays. Talent is irrelevant in becoming famous. The public now know almost everything about famous people. Famous people have lost their mystery.

Fame is more short—lived. The sentences i—v are examples of sentences you might hear on the recording. Read the sentences and decide which answer options a-e above are correct. Listen and answer the questions. CD1 a The public now know almost everything about famous people. Give three reasons why the Yellow Plaque scheme was started. B raising the profiles of the famous people featured. C raising historical awareness. B be approved by a central panel. C have done something remarkable.

C the tourist board. Vocabulary I The words below all relate to energy. Draw a table like the one below and put the words into the correct groups. Some words belong in more than one group. You can make other changes as well if necessary. In springtime the ice in the Arctic Circle returns to a liquid state. In springtime the ice in the Arctic Circle melts. If you raise the temperature of water to degrees Centigrade, it boils.

This power station uses energy produced by atomic fission to generate electricity. Oil is physical matter found under the surface of the earth. In order to make a fire, some kind of combustible material such as wood is needed.

If you lubricate an engine, it will function more effectively. Reported speech tells you what someone said, but does not use the person's actual words. These are modified and preceded by a reporting verb, which often also describes the function of their words. Match the reporting verbs with their meanings a-j. Complete the second sentence with the past simple tense of the correct reporting verb from Exercise 3.

Science and technology 57 I will change. These older fuels, such as oil and gas, are in short supply and may [3] as in the near future. So what are the alternative forms of energy that could be used? Harnessing the sun for its energy has been [5] by the government's Department for Energy as a cost-effective and long—term solution for both businesses and individuals.

However, although cost-effective in the long run, the setup costs can be high. This, however, is very contentious. In the IELTS Listening exam, you need to be able to identify the opinions and attitudes of the speakers in conversations and understand if they agree or disagree with each other.

Speakers can express their opinions and attitudes in various ways. For example, they may use an adjective that is positive or negative [e. That's what I think too, I'm not sure that's right]. I 1 Read the phrases and decide if the speaker is agreeing, disagreeing or expressing uncertainty. Write A [agreement]. D [disagreement] or U [uncertainty]. T 8 I'm not convinced 4 I'm afraid I don't share your opinion. Then underline the words that helped you answer them.

Dialogue 1 A: I think we should visit the nuclear power station as part of our research for this module. I couldn't agree more.However, if this is not possible, it is s till important to do the exercises in fu ll. Listen and write the words Work through the Part 2 listening exercises from beginning to end. D It is more expensive for an individual to live alone.

Look at this example conversation between a tourist and a travel agent about the date ofa flight: Table completion [1] V. You are going to hear a talk about completing the Duke of Edinburgh's Award.

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