Day1-Listening-Ex-1

Listening Test-1

SECTION-1 SUMAMRIZE SPOKEN TEXT

You will hear a short lecture. Write a summary for a fellow student who was not present at the lecture. You should write 50- 70 words.You will have 1 0 minutes to finish this task. Your response will be judged on the quality of your writing and on how well your response presents the key points presented in the lecture.

 

Lecture-1

Lecture-2

Lecture-3

Type your answer here:

SECTION 2: MULTIPLE-CHOICE, CHOOSE MULTIPLE ANSWERS

Listen to the recording and answer the question by selecting all the correct responses. You will  need to select more than one response.

A

B

C

SECTION 2: FILL IN THE BLANKS

QUESTION 1.

A You will hear a recording. Write down the missing words and fill in each blank in form given below.

Almost everyone has heard of the London Stock Exchange, but (1) …………………… few know anything about the London Metal and Commodity Exchanges – yet these markets have a greater (2) …………………… on world economies because they set global prices for some of the essential raw materials for industry and food (3) …………………… The LME provides three basic services to the world’s non-ferrous metal trade. First, it is a market where large or small (4) …………………… of metal of a guaranteed minimum standard can be bought and sold on specific trading days. Second, it acts as a barometer of world metal prices. And third, it is a “hedging” medium: that is, it can help traders get some protection from price fluctuations that occur for economic, political or (5) …………………… reasons.

QUESTION 2.

 You will hear a recording. Write down the missing words and fill in each blank in form given below.

 

 

It isn’t necessary to have a (1) …………………… knowledge of, say, the intricacies of counterpoint, or even to be able to read music to understand it. Usually, getting the point of a piece of music, its emotional and dramatic (2) …………………… , is immediate or simply requires you to become more (3) …………………… with it. Of course, prolonged study of music and its (4) …………………… , as in any other field, will increase your understanding, but not necessarily your enjoyment. Now, I realize that it can require a good deal of willingness on our part to risk new sensations, and there is a lot of music that will seem unfamiliar and alien to you on a first (5) …………………… .

QUESTION 3.You will hear a recording. Write down the missing words and fill in each blank in form given below.

Before farming was introduced into Scotland, people Jived by hunting, fishing, and (1) …………………. .. wild foodstuffs. This way of life meant that they usually didn’t settle (2) …………………… in one place, but were to an extent nomadic, moving about in search of a livelihood, perhaps returning to the same places at certain times of the year. It is believed that the islands of Orkney were known to these people, but, so far, only a few flint (3) …………………… have been found to verify this. This is because coastal (4) …………………… has destroyed many ancient sites and these may have contained relics of some of these earliest pioneering (5) ……………………

SECTION 2: HIGHLIGHT CORRECT SUMMARY
 You will hear a recording. Choose the paragraph that best relates to the recording.

QUESTION-1

QUESTION-2

SECTION 2: MULTIPLE-CHOICE, CHOOSE SINGLE ANSWER
A Listen to the recording and answer the multiple-choice question by selecting the correct response.
Only one response is correct.

QUESTION-1

QUESTION-2

QUESTION-3

SECTION 2: SELECT MISSING WORD
A You will hear a recording about the brain. At the end of the recording, the last word or group of
words has been replaced by a beep. Select the correct option to complete the recording.

SECTION 2: SELECT MISSING WORD
A You will hear a recording about the brain. At the end of the recording, the last word or group of
words has been replaced by a beep. Select the correct option to complete the recording.SECTION 2: SELECT 

QUESTION-1

QUESTION-2

SECTION 2: WRITE FROM DICTATION

You will hear some sentences. Write each sentence exactly as you hear it. Write as much of each
sentence as you can. You will hear each sentence only once.

 

CONGRATULATIONS! YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE TEST.