IELTS Listening Practice: Water
24 сентября 2013

IELTS Listening Practice: Water

IELTS Listening Practice: Water
The listening questions and definitions of difficult words can be downloaded from: The talk you will listen to is similar to what you will hear in the IELTS Listening Exam. Someone is talking about the importance of water. Answer the questions on the screen while you listen. In the second half of the video the recording will be played again, but with the words of the talk and the answers appearing as you listen.
Изучение английского языка будет доступным с видео IELTS Listening Practice: Water.
#1 написал: ESL4free (26 сентября 2013 06:27)
"Need not" be treated is fine, but "need not to" be treated is grammatically wrong. The answer needs to be one word or a contracted word like "mustn't" - I see that is not clear in the instructions. Many question in IELTS ask you to write not more than two words or? three words - then "need not" is a good answer.
#2 написал: Michael Kong (26 сентября 2013 06:27)
hi, I will take the exam in two weeks. im so stress. lol. im just doing self review. and i? need to get 7.5 in all category! tough! if i answer "need not to" in question 8 would that be acceptable???
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#4 написал: cbodvoag (26 сентября 2013 06:27)
Can I answer "can't" to the? question 8? Then, I will get 5/8.
#5 написал: ESL4free (26 сентября 2013 06:27)
These are examples of the? more difficult listening questions in IELTS. Many of the other questions are easier, so 4 out of 8 is OK - it would be higher in a normal exam.
#6 написал: Cass Maxy (26 сентября 2013 06:27)
4 out of 8,is it good???don't know how to get? high mark in Ielts exam :((
#7 написал: ESL4free (26 сентября 2013 06:27)
Hi, Dehydration means to lose water or moister, so you can't say "dehydration of water".? Grammatically it can only be "loss of water". If it was only "severe .... " then the word "dehydration" would be correct.
#8 написал: Ha Nguyen (26 сентября 2013 06:27)
can I answer Dehydration to the question number? 2?
#9 написал: BeBe8654 (26 сентября 2013 06:27)
If the answers will be in anote form as it appears in the video and no grammer structure needed, then both answers are correct...? whether we write COLLECTED or STRAIGHT ! IF we speculate and give a similar meaning don't they count it as a right answer ?
#10 написал: ESL4free (26 сентября 2013 06:27)
By the way MrGmo04 and HondaEgypt, you both have a good knowledge of English - you should both do well in the exam. You are unlikely to get? a question as tricky as this one.
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