IELTS MASTER | IELTS Listening Test 141

IELTS Listening Test 141

Part 1: Questions 1-6
Complete the notes below. Write ONE WORD ONLY.

SELF-DRIVE TOURS IN THE USA
Name: Andrea Brown
Address: 24, (1) Road
Postcode: BH5 2OP
Phone: 07786643091
Heard about company from: (2)
Possible self drive tours:
Trip one:
• Los Angeles: customer wants to visit some (3) parks with their children
• Yosemite Park: customer wants to stay in a lodge, not a (4)
Trip two:
• Customer wants to see the (5) on the way to Cambria
• At Santa Monica: not interested in shopping
• At San Diego: wants to spend time on the (6)

Questions 7-10
Complete the table below. Write ONE WORD OR A NUMBER.

(7)                    (8)   
(9)                    (10)




Part 2: Questions 11 and 12
Choose TWO letters A-E.

Which TWO facilities at the leisure club have recently been improved?
A the gym
B the tracks
C the indoor pool
D the outdoor pool
E the sports training for children

Questions 13-20
Complete the notes below. Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

Joining the leisure club
Personal Assessment
• New members should describe any (13)
• The (14) will be explained to you before you use the equipment.
• You will be given a six-week (15)

Types of membership
• There is a compulsory £90 (16) fee for members.
• Gold members are given (17) to all the LP clubs.
• Premier members are given priority during (18) hours.
• Premier members can bring some (19) every month.
• Members should always take their (20) with them.




Part 3: Questions 21-25
Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.

Global Design Competition
21. Students entering the design competition have to
A produce an energy-efficient design
B adapt an existing energy-saving appliance
C develop a new use for current technology.

22. John chose a dishwasher because he wanted to make dishwashers
A more appealing
B more common
C more economical

23. The stone in John’s ‘Rockpool’ design is used
A for decoration
B to switch it on
C to stop water escaping

24. In the holding chamber, the carbon dioxide
A changes back to a gas
B dries the dishes
C is allowed to cool

25. At the end of the cleaning process, the carbon dioxide
A is released into the air
B is disposed of with the waste
C is collected ready to be re-used

Questions 26-30
Complete the notes below. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

• John needs help preparing for his (26)
• The professor advises John to make a (27) of his design.
• John’s main problem is getting good quality (28)
• The professor suggests John apply for a (29)
• The professor will check the (30) information in John’s written report.




Part 4: Questions 31-40
Complete the notes below. Write ONE WORD ONLY.

THE SPIRIT BEAR
General facts
• It is a white bear belonging to the black bear family.
• Its colour comes from an uncommon (31)
• Local people believe that it has unusual (32)
• They protect the bear from (33)

Habitat
• The bear’s relationship with the forest is complex.
• Tree roots stop (34) along salmon streams.
• The bears’ feeding habits provide nutrients for forest vegetation.
• It is currently found on a small number of (35)

Threats
• Habitat is being lost due to deforestation and construction of (36) by logging companies.
• Unrestricted (37) is affecting the salmon supply.
• The bears’ existence is also threatened by their low rate of (38)

Going forward
• Interested parties are working together.
• Logging companies must improve their (39) of logging.
• Maintenance and (40) of the spirit bears’ territory is needed.

1. Ardleigh
2. newspaper
3. theme
4. tent
5. castle
6. beach
7. 2020
8. flight
9. 429
10. dinner
11. A
12. C
13. health problems
14. safety rules
15. plan
16. joining
17. free entry
18. peak
19. guests
20. photo card
21. C
22. A
23. B
24. A
25. C
26. presentation
27. model
28. materials
29. grant
30. technical
31. gene
32. powers
33. strangers
34. erosion
35. islands
36. roads
37. fishing
38. reproduction
39. methods
40. expansion





2 responses to “IELTS Listening Test 141”

  1. trishann says:

    can answers 11 and 12 be written interchangeably? I went with C, A instead of A, C.

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