Play the audio via Youtube and take the Free IELTS Listening practice test below. You may need a pen and a piece of paper. Download pdf files: Instructions INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM Listening Free practice test Time Approximately 30 minutes (+10 minutes) INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES Do not open this question paper until you are […]
A lecture or other types of talks on academic subjects will be played for you in IELTS Listening Part 4. Another way of understanding IELTS Listening Part 4 is to imagine a classroom in a university. There are a myriad of subjects and topics which are taught or discussed in universities ranging from Sociology to
The audio in IELTS Listening Part 3 of the Listening test is a group discussion in an academic setting. You will hear two or three speakers converse about something happening inside a university. Usually, you will hear college students having a conversation among themselves or with faculty about assignments, presentations, classes, libraries, or lectures. More
IELTS Listening Part 2 involves listening to a monologue about a general topic. The audio recording will be a speech or a talk by a single person about themselves, their neighborhood, or their work. Like in Part 1, the audio recording is broken into two parts to allow you some time to read the questions.
In IELTS Listening Part 1, the audio recording you will hear will be a conversation between two people in a social situation. Usually, you will hear a dialogue between a customer and a service provider exchanging factual information. The audio recording in IELTS Listening Part 1 is separated into two parts. Before it starts, you
The IELTS test begins with the Listening section. It lasts for roughly 40 minutes. During the IELTS Listening test, in the exam center, you will be seated on individual desks with headphones in front of you. All the candidates in one test center get the same set of questions with the same audio recordings played