IELTS Listening

IELTS Listening Question Types: True / False Questions

IELTS Listening True False Traps‘True/False’ questions are common in the IELTS Listening test. Most people who have done any form of English language test are very likely to be familiar with these types of questions. The problem with these types of questions is that many candidates expect to hear the answer as it is written in the True/False statement.

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IELTS Listening Question Types: Multiple Choice

IELTS Listening Multiple Choice'Multiple Choice' questions are common to most listening tests. They require you to listen to a recording and choose an answer based on the information provided in the recording. This question type can occur in any of the 4 listening sections.'Multiple Choice' questions are common to most listening tests.

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IELTS Listening: Test Tips

IELTS Listening Test TipsThere is no substitute for hard work and lots of study as far as the IELTS Test is concerned, so don’t think there are any shortcuts – there aren’t! Regular listening to IELTS-type test materials is absolutely essential. In the test, there are a number of strategies you can use to help to maximize your efficiency during the test. Here are a number of tips on how to approach the IELTS Speaking Test.

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IELTS Listening Question Types: Form Completion

IELTS Listening Questions Types - FormsThe 'Academic' IELTS Listening Test is tricky and demanding so it is worth preparing as well as possible before your test date. Knowing exactly what type of questions you can expect is very important. Here is an overview of one of the main IELTS Listening question types: 'Form Completion'.

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IELTS Listening: Introduction

IELTS Listening TestThe IELTS Listening Test determines a candidate’s ability to function in both ‘Social’ and ‘Academic’ situations. If you are living in a country where English is spoken as a first language, there are a number of 'Social Context' situations where you will have to listen to someone speaking English.

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