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Listening Practice Test 7 with Answers The Official Cambridge Guide to IELTS | CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH
you will hear a telephone conversation between two friends called julie and nick about cheap accommodation in the city of darwin australia first you have some time to look questions one to six hi nick it’s julie have you managed to find any information about accommodation in darwin hi i was just going to call you i found some on the internet there were quite a few hostels for backpackers there the first possibility i found was a hostel called top end backpackers okay it’s pretty cheapyou can get a bed in a dormant tree for 19 per person private rooms cost a bit more but we’ll be okay in dormitories won’t we sure so that hostel has parking though that doesn’t really matter to us as we’ll be using public transport yeah are there any reviews on the website from people who have been there well yes they aren’t all that good though some people said they didn’t like the staff they had an unfriendly attitude that’s quite unusual in a hostel usually allthe staff are really welcoming that’s what i thought people said they liked the pool and the fact that the rooms had air conditioning but the problem
that was that it was very noisy so they were kept awake but it was too hot if they turned it off so they had to put up
it someone told me there’s another hostel called gumtree something gumtree lodge it costs a bit more forty five dollars a person what oh no that’s for private rooms it’s 23.50 for the dorms that’s morelike it it looks to be in quite a good location a bit out of town and quiet but
good transport and quite near a beach has it got a pool yes and its own gardens the reviews for that one are mostly okay except for one person who said they couldn’t sleep because there were insects flying around in the dormitories not for me then and i’d rather be somewhere central really right there’s a place called kangaroo lodge they’ve got dorms 22 and it’s downtown near all therestaurants and clubs and everything so that should suit you and it doesn’t close night so there’s always someone on reception that sounds good the only criticism i saw was that the rooms were a bit messy and untidy because people just left their clothes and stuff all over the beds in the floor don’t hostels usually have lockers in the bedrooms where you can leave your stuff yeah they do usually but apparently they don’t here still hostels are never particularly tidy places sothat doesn’t bother me and the same person said that the standard of cleanliness was pretty good and especially the bathrooms they were excellent as far as that went right yeah i reckon kangaroo lodge sounds the best me too quite a lot of people reviewing it said it was really fun there like every night everyone staying there got together and ended up having a party so it sounds like it’s got a really good atmosphere okay let’s go for that one before you hear the rest of theconversation you will have some time to look the questions seven to ten now listen and answer questions 7 to 10. did you get the address of kangaroo lodge yes it’s on shad forth lane can you spell that s h a d f o r t h it’s near the transit center where the intercity buses and the airport buses drop you off cool i’m really looking forward to this i’ve never stayed in a hostel before do they provide bed linen sheets and things yeah and you can usually either bring your owntowel or hire one there but they don’t usually provide those for không lấy phí okay and what happens about meals well you don’t have to pay extra for breakfast it varies a lot in different places but generally it’s okay and there’s usually a cafe where you can buy a snack or a hot meal for lunch but actually if you’re really traveling on the cheap usually for every five or six rooms there’s a kitchen where you can knock up a snack and that saves a lot of money great right wellshall i go ahead and book that that is the end of section one you now have half a minute to check youranswersnow turn to section two recording 64. you will hear a
an outdoor sculpture park talking to a group of visitors first you have some time to look questions 11 to 16. hello everyone and welcome to the anglia sculpture park right well the idea behind the sculpture park is that it’s a place where works of art such as large sculptures and carvings can be displayed out of doorsin a natural setting as you’ll have noticed when you drove here most of the land around the park is farmland the park itself belonged to a family called the de quinces who had made a lot of money from manufacturing farm machinery and who also owned substantial stretches of forest land to the north of the park they built a house in the center of the park not far from where we’re standing now but this burnt down in 1980 and the de quinces then sold the land the anglia sculpture parkisn’t the only one in the country several of the london parks sometimes display contemporary sculptures and there are a couple of other permanent sculpture parks in england but we’re unique in that some of our sculptures were actually created for the sites they occupy here and we also show sculptures by a wider range of artists than anywhere else in the country for example present we have an exhibition by joe tremaine of what he calls burnt sculptures these are wood and stonesculptures that he’s carved and marked
fire to illustrate the ferocity and intensity of the forces that have shaped our planet over millions of years they look really dramatic in this rural setting to see some of the sculptures you’ll need to follow the path alongside the lower lake we had to renovate this after the lake overflowed its banks a couple of months ago and flooded the area the water level’s back to normal now and you shouldn’t have any trouble the paths verylevel underfoot you should be back the visitor center about four o’clock if you have time it’s worth taking a look the center itself it’s not possible to go upstairs present as builders are working there adding another floor but the rests well worth seeing the architect was guy king he was actually born in this part of england but he recently designed a museum in canada that won a prize for innovation in public buildings if you want to get something to eat when you getback like a snack or a sandwich the terrace room is currently closed but you can go to the kiosk and buy something then sit on one of the chairs overlooking the lower lake and enjoy the view as you’re eating before you hear the rest of the conversation you will have some time to look the questions 17 to 20. now listen and answer questions 17 to 20. now let me just tell you a bit about what you can see in the sculpture park if you look your map you’ll see the visitor center where weare now the bottom just by the entrance since we only have an hour you might not be able to get right around the park but you can choose to visit some of the highlights you might like to take a look the joe tremaine sculptures which are displayed on this side of the upper lake just behind the education center and near the bridge they’re really impressive but please remember not to let your children climb on them one of our most popular exhibitions is the giorgio cataluci birdsculptures they’re just across the bridge on the north side of the lower lake i love the way they’re scattered around in the long grass beside the lake looking as if they’re just about to take to their wings you could also go to the garden gallery it’s on this side of the upper lake from the visitor center you go to the education center then keep on along the path and you’ll see it on your right there’s an exhibition of animal carvings there which is well worth a look wealso have the long house that’s quite a walk from here you go to the bridge and then turn left on the other side soon you’ll see a winding pathway going up towards the northern boundary of the park go up there and you’ll find it the top they have some abstract metal sculptures that are well worth seeing if you have time okay well now that is the end of section two you now have half a minute to check youranswersnow turn to section three recording 65 you will hear a first-yearmarketing student called leo talking to a second-year student called anna about his marketing report first you have some time to look questions 21-26 anna i wanted to ask you about my marketing report i’m not sure about it that’s okay leo so what do you have to do choose a product or service then compare two organizations that produce it i’m doing instant coffee but haven’t you got a weekend job in a clothing store why didn’t you choose clothing that was my first thoughtbecause i thought it’d give me some practical examples but when i searched for men’s clothing on the internet there were hardly any articles so then i looked for coffee and i found there were tons yeah there are so many brands on the market now okay so how much have you actually written i’ve done part one on economic and technological factors i found some good data on technological changes how in australia fewer people are buying instant coffee because of cheap coffee percolatorsthat they can use to make real coffee home but there’s also a movement away from drinking coffee switching to things like herbal teas instead because they think it’s healthier but that’s not really to do
technology it’s more cultural anyway for part two i’m comparing two instant coffee companies coffee now and chaffers and i’ve made this table of products right let’s see so you’ve got the brand names and prices and selling size and descriptions okay thetable looks good you’ll get marks for research there where will it go in the section on the marketing mix under product not in the appendix no okay but it’s too factual on its own you need to add some comment in that section about the implications of the figures right i’ll do that now i want to say that i think that shaffer’s is more of a follower than a leader in the coffee industry now i’m putting that in the section on market share does that seem okay let’s see soyou’ve begun by explaining what market share is that’s important but you’ve got to be careful how you give that opinion do you think it should go in another section well it’s fine where it is but you’ve got to back it up
some data or they’ll say your report lacks weight okay one thing i’m worried about is finding anything original to say well since this is your first marketing report you’re not expected to go out and do interviews and things to collect yourown data you’re just using published data so the analysis you do might not throw up anything that people didn’t know before but the focus is more on how you handle the data i mean you might take something like a graph of sales directly from a website but what makes your work original is the perspective you provide by your interpretation of it oh you know it’s all so different from business studies assignments school it’s really surprised me what how much research you have todo i expected that it’s more i knew exactly what i had to do to get a good grade school and i knew i’d be expected to go more deeply into things here but i haven’t got information on how the lecturer is going to grade my work what he’s looking for now listen and answer questions 27 to 30. well one thing you have to remember is that in a marketing report you’ve got to have what they call an executive summary the beginning i forgot that and i got marked down yeah i’vedrafted it i’ve got an overview have you got something about the background there yeah good so i’ve just made a summary of the main points i wasn’t sure whether or not i should have my aims there no that’s too personal the executive summary is just like what a manager would read to get a general idea of your report if he was in a hurry right then i’m okay for the first main part all of the macro environment stuff but it’s when i get onto the problem section i’velisted all the problems that coffee now and chaffers are facing but then what well you have to prioritize so indicate the main problems and then you analyze each one by connecting it
a theory that’s where your reading comes in okay have you done your implementation section yet i’ve thought about it so that’s where i write about what could be done about the problems yes and it’s got to be practical so don’t forget to specify things like who would be involved and the costand the order that things would be done in right well that shouldn’t take long you’d be surprised actually that’s the bit that tends to get badly done because people run out of time that in the conclusion oh any hints for that well it’s got to draw out the main points from your report so it’s got to be quite general you need to avoid introducing new stuff here it’s got to sum up what you’ve said earlier okay thanks anna that’s been a big help that is the end ofsection three you now have half a minute to check youranswersnow turn to section 4. recording 66 you will hear part of a lecture about the history of fireworks in europe first you have some time to look questions 31 to 40. now listen carefully and answer questions 31 to 40. an interesting aspect of fireworks is that their history tells us a lot about the changing roles of scientists and technicians in europe fireworks were introduced from china in the 13th century up to the 16th centurythey were generally used for military purposes
rockets and fire tubes being thrown the enemy but they were also sometimes a feature of plays and festivals where their chief purpose was related to religion by the 17th century the rulers of europe had started using fireworks as a way of marking royal occasions technicians were employed to stage spectacular shows which displayed aspects of nature
representations of the sun snow and rain these shows were designed for the enjoyment ofthe nobility and to impress ordinary people but fireworks also aroused the interest of scientists who started to think of new uses for them after seeing one firework display where a model of a dragon was propelled along a rope by rockets scientists thought that in a similar way humans might be able to achieve flight a dream of many scientists the time other scientists such as the chemist robert boyle noticed how in displays one firework might actually light another and it occurred to him thatfireworks might provide an effective way of demonstrating how stars were formed scientists the time often depended on the royal courts for patronage but there was considerable variation in the relationships between the courts and scientists in different countries this was reflected in attitudes towards fireworks and the purposes for which they were used in london in the middle of the 17th century there was general distrust of fireworks among scientists however later in the century scientistsand technicians started to look the practical purposes for which fireworks might be employed such as using rockets to help sailors establish their position sea it was a different story in russia where the saint petersburg academy of science played a key role in creating fireworks displays for the court here those in power regarded fireworks as being an important element in the education of the masses and the displays often included a scientific message members of the academy hoped thatthis might encourage the royal family to keep the academy open a time when many in the government were considering closing it in paris the situation was different again the paris academy of sciences played no role in staging fireworks displays instead the task fell to members of the royal academy of painting and sculpture as in russia the work of the technicians who created the fireworks was given little attention instead the fireworks and the spectacle they created were all designed toencourage the public to believe in the supreme authority of the king however science was also enormously popular among the french nobility and fashionable society flocked to demonstrations such as nicola lemery’s display representing an erupting volcano the purpose of scientists was basically to offer entertainment to fashionable society and academicians delighted in amazing audiences
demonstrations of the universal laws of nature in the course of the 18th century the circulation ofskills and technical exchange led to further developments fireworks specialists from italy began to travel around europe staging displays for many of the european courts the architect and stage designer giovanni cervandoni composed grand displays in paris featuring colorfully painted temples and triumphal arches a fireworks display staged by cervandoni would be structured in the same way as an opera and was even divided into separate acts italian fireworks specialists were also invited toperform in london saint petersburg and moscow as these specialists circulated around europe they sought to exploit the appeal of fireworks for a wider audience including the growing middle classes as in the previous century fireworks provided resources for demonstrating scientific laws and theories as well as new discoveries and displays now showed a fascinated public the curious phenomenon of electricity by the mid-18th century fireworks were being sold for private consumption so the history offireworks shows us the diverse relationships which existed between scientists technicians and the rest of society you
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