IELTS Listening Test (LFF)


Instructions

    Information

  • There are 40 questions on this question paper.
  • Each question carries one mark.
  • The answers are to be written in lowercase
  • The test duration is 40 minutes
  • Complete answering questions from all 4 Sections before clicking on the Submit button

    Supported Devices
  • are fully supported.
  • Mobiles are partially supported (landscape mode only), for best exam taking experience please consider using a PC or a laptop.


Section 1

AUDIO

Questions

1. Fill in the blanks to answer the following set of questions. 

2. Make sure you write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS to answer these questions. 

3. All answers need to be given in small case, keeping in view general rules of punctuation. 

4. DO NOT USE capital letters to write entire words or sentences.



Q.1 Name of the website: Hopscotch Delivery date: ...........


Q.2 Name of the caller:.........


Q.3 Product: Blue checkered shirt with a bow and pant set Brand name: ........


Q.4

Product code: .........




Q.5 Date of purchase: .............



Questions

1. Fill in the blanks to answer the following set of questions. 

2. Make sure you write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS to answer these questions. 

3. All answers need to be given in small case using general rules of punctuation. 

4. DO NOT USE capital letters to write entire words or sentences.



Q.6 The delivery was delayed due to some..................


Q.7 The product was ordered for the .......................


Q.8 Jennifer requests for an .........................


Q.9 The reason for cancellation was .........................


Q.10 The payment was made using ...........................



Section 2

AUDIO

Questions

1. The following diagram shows several numbered blanks. 

2. Label the diagram by filling in the corresponding blanks mentioned below the table. 

3. Make sure you write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS to answer these questions. 

4. All answers need to be given in small case adhering to the general rules of punctuation. 

5. DO NOT USE capital letters to write entire words or sentences.


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Q.11 Pond ____


Q.12 Gapstow Bridge _____


Q.13 Central Park Zoo ___


Q.14 Delacorte Clock Ground ____


Q.15 Children’s District ____


Q.16 Kinderberg _____



Questions

1. Fill in the blanks to answer the following set of questions. 

2. Make sure you write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS to answer these questions. 

3. All answers need to be given in small case adhering to the general rules of punctuation. 

4. DO NOT USE capital letters to write entire words or sentences.



Q.17

Carousel built-in .................




Q.18 Represents .......................... of the country.


Q.19

............................ got its name from the sheep that once grazed here.




Q.20 Famous for sun basking on ....................



Section 3

AUDIO

Questions

1. There are multiple choices given for the following questions. 

2. Choose ONE option that you think is the correct answer.



Q.21 Brian Stevens is famous for



Q.22 Brian decided to work on Siberian tigers because



Q.23 Brian decided to shoot the leopards first because




Questions

1. For the following questions, enter the answers in the blanks below. 

2. Make sure that you enter your answers in the order of appearance. Which of the following a to e is correct about Zapovedniks? 


a. They are mainly created for leopards 

b. Only scientists are allowed 

c. They are Nature Reserves 

d. They are different from National Parks 

e. They are open to all



Q.24

Answer 1




Q.25

Answer 2




Q.26

Answer 3





Questions

1. Fill in the blanks to answer the following set of questions. 

2. Make sure you write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS to answer these questions. 

3. All answers need to be given in small case adhering to the general rules of punctuation. 

4. DO NOT USE capital letters to write entire words or sentences.



Brian's experience in Russia

  • Faced difficulties while communicating over phone and 27........
  • Stayed in Russia twice for 28........
  • Interested in shooting 29............. along with wildlife
  • Written a storyline before the actual shooting
  • Found leopards to be very 30........, wild tigers acted like the bosses of the forest.



Q.27 Faced difficulties while communicating over phone and ........


Q.28 Stayed in Russia twice for ........


Q.29 Interested in shooting ............. along with wildlife


Q.30 Found leopards to be very ........... while wild tigers acted like the bosses of the forest.



Section 4

AUDIO

Questions

1. Fill in the blanks to answer the following set of questions. 

2. Make sure you write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS to answer these questions. 

3. All answers need to given in small case using general rules of punctuation. 

4. DO NOT USE Capital letters to write entire words or sentences.



Q.31 What are big individual fires called?


Q.32 Which word describes the forests of the earlier times?


Q.33 Who intentionally burned forests to grow more food?


Q.34 What led to a decrease in the spreading of wildfires during 1800s?


Q.35 What acted as fire breaks in the modern times?



Questions

1. Fill in the blanks to answer the following set of questions. 

2. Make sure you write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS to answer these questions. 

3. All answers need to be given in small case adhering to the general rules of punctuation. 

4. DO NOT USE capital letters to write entire words or sentences.



Complete the notes below Complete the notes below

The big burn

  • A great wildfire that occurred in 36......
  • Extended from eastern Washington to 37........
  • Burnt 38.......... acres including many towns
  • Killed 87 people, mostly 39......
  • 40.......... Finally succeeded in putting out 95 to 98% of all fires every year in the US.



Q.36 A great wildfire that occurred in ......


Q.37 Extended from eastern Washington to ........


Q.38 Burnt ............... acres including many towns.


Q.39 Killed 87 people, mostly .................


Q.40 .................. finally succeeded in putting out 95 to 98% of all fires every year in the US.



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