Mock Test 11 | Listening Test

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PART 1 QUESTIONS 1 - 10

Questions 1 - 10

Complete the notes below.

Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER in each gap.

 

                                              BANK ACCOUNT OPENING FORM

 

  • Type of account:          deposit account
    Name of account: decided on (1

     

    CLASSIC
  • Customer's name:  (2 Fox 

     

    JONATHAN
  • Date of birth:            (3 1970 

     

    JANUARY 21
  • Current address:                    10, (4 House, South Quay

     

    ISLAND
  • Duration of living:            about (5 month(s) 

     

    1
  • Address (before):               Flat 3, Canada House,
      (6 Street, Edinburgh 

     

    QUEEN
  • Office Tel. number: 2072356735
    Home Tel. number: (7        

     

    02046751222
  • Occupation:                  decided on (8

     

    TUTOR
  • Identity (security):               name of his (9: Monica

     

    MOTHER
  • The account opening sum: (10 pounds                  

     

    1000

PART 2 QUESTIONS 11 - 20

Questions 11 - 14

Choose the correct letter, A, B, or C.

 

                                          The Elizabeth House

 

11. Jonathan Owen bought the house in 1965 as it was built in the way of

  • the standard European building style.
  • the Asian style of Middle Ages in the UK.
  • the traditional Middle Ages of the Britain.

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12. Jonathan Owen had been employed at the University of Canterbury as

  • a head master of ceramic.
  • a head carpenter.
  • a supervisor of accounting.

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13. Jonathan Owen succeeded in his business so much, but he suffered from

  • private household affairs.
  • personal diseases.
  • public relations.

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14. Where did he gather his building material from?

  • the local area
  • the garden
  • the back yard

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Questions 15 - 20

Complete the sentence below.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS in each gap.

 

 

  • 15. Sun-Rainbow was designed by Owen's brother who had studied  in Paris.

     

    GARDENING ARTS
  • 16. There is a  tree with 200 years old near the entrance.

     

    PEAR
  • 17. You can find the shop between the path and .

     

    WATERMILL
  • 18. In the snack bar, you will be able to rest and get .

     

    REFRESHMENTS
  • 19. Through  Cotton, there is a beautiful walk.

     

    RIVER
  • 20. Both  and grapes are local products that are promoted and marketed every year with a variety of events and festivals.

     

    STRAWBERRIES

PART 3 QUESTIONS 21 - 30

Questions 21 - 24

Complete the notes below.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER in each gap.

 

                                                Gallery Marketing

 

  • - The place to get information about   
    museums and galleries in England: at (21              

     

    LONDON MUSEUM
  • - Research methods:                                          (22 questionnaires or emails

     

    TELEPHONE INTERVIEWS
  • - Total interviewees:              (23

     

    90 PEOPLE
  • - The compared objects of  
    (24 fair: male and female                                                           

     

    CERAMIC

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Questions 25 - 30

Complete the summary below.

Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS in each gap.

 

                                                    Ceramics

 

  • Of the countries chosen, ceramic of (25 is a unique kind that the researchers are interested in.

     

    PERU
  • On (26 of ceramic, the decoration is compared with artwork of the present time.

     

    SURFACE
  • The natives made the ceramic from (27, like mountain, basement, and the bottom of the lake.

     

    LOCAL CLAY
  • From (28 plants, 

     

    DRIED
  • the natives made various colours through a process of (29.

     

    SORTING
  • The tones of ceramic were used by (30.

     

    THE RICH

PART 4 QUESTIONS 31 - 40

Questions 31 - 36

Choose the correct letter, AB, or C.

 

                                          Waste Issues in UK

 

31. The waste collection in UK compared to other European nations

  • is lower than 15%.
  • will be lower in the next coming years.
  • is lower.

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32. What did the local government do to reduce waste?

  • support green campaign and flea markets.
  • enact a severe regulation.
  • investing in flea markets.

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33. What kind of flea markets is in the UK?

  • indoors and outdoors.
  • warehouse and school gymnasium.
  • an open field with many small tents.

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34. What did the UK flea market vendors sell?

  • second-hand tables and food.
  • unwanted household products.
  • fast food and beverages.

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35. What hindrance in opening more flea markets is in the UK?

  • customers can not access the Internet.
  • there is not enough space and money.
  • the information and marketing are deficient.

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36. How much waste (electronic and furniture goods) is recycled annually in the UK flea markets?

  • 15%.
  • 20%.
  • 50%.

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Questions 37 - 38

Choose TWO letters, A-E.

Which TWO solutions in handling the recycling problems of office papers in UK?

  • manufacture high-quality paper to reuse
  • sell paper to farmers as fertilizer

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  • classify paper before selling
  • put paper through a sorting process
  • use high tech machine to produce paper

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Questions 39 - 40

Choose TWO letters, A-E.

Which TWO reasons in encouraging UK people to reuse waste?

  • for later use
  • saving resources

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  • using for other purposes
  • environmental protection
  • can be used by others

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