IELTS MASTER | IELTS Listening Test 16

IELTS Listening Test 16

Section 1: Questions 1-5
Complete the table below using NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

(1)                   (2)
(3)                  (4)

Questions 6-10
Complete the flow chart below. Write NO MORE THAN ONE WORD for each answer.
Process of booking a computer
Step 1: log in to (6)  using your student number and

Step 2: choose the resource type you would like to use
Step 3: select (8)  of computer
Step 4: select date of booking using (9)  options
Step 5: complete your booking. Your name should appear on the booking

Section 2: Questions 11-14
Choose TWO answers for each question.

11. Doors Open
A is an annual event
B lasts for one week
C is a free event
D happens in spring
E is more than 100 years old

12. The Observatory
A is situated in Edinburgh
B was built 20 years ago
C regularly participates in the Doors Open event
D is 120 years old
E is open to visitors every day of the year

13. Planetarium Shows
A take place twice a day
B are more popular on Saturday
C run on Saturday and Sunday
D run four times a day
E finish at half past ten

14. All tickets
A must be booked in advance
B are already sold out
C are on sale at the information point
D must be booked online
E are available for from midday

Questions 15-20
Complete the sentences using NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

15. The tour of the telescope dome includes access to the  of the building
16. Tour participants are advised to have suitable
17. Visitors to the Crawford Collection can see items from the astronomical  on display
18. The children’s craft workshops take place in the
19. During the craft workshops children can construct a model of a
20. Children also have the opportunity to colour a

Section 3: Questions 21-23
Choose THREE letters A-G.

Which THREE examples of space junk are mentioned by the speaker?


A cans
B cooling tanks
C metal plates
D metal screws
E paint
F satellites
G whole rackets

Questions 24-26
Which country is responsible for depositing the following percentages of space junk?

(24)  28%
(25)  29%
(26)  37%

A China
B Europe
C India
D Russia
E United States

Questions 27-30
Complete the table below. Choose the answers from the options and write the appropriate letter A-I next to questions 27-30.


A a grown up gorilla
B a double decker bus
C the desert
D Eastern Australia
E the 1980s
F 2001
G 100 tonnes
H the South Pacific

Section 4: Questions 31-35
Complete the table below. Use NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

(31)                     (32)
(33)                    (34)

Questions 36-40
Which items do the following sentences apply to?

Write correct letter A, B, C, D or E next to questions 36-40.

A fruit and vegetables
B bread and milk
C cheap tinned foods
D flowers
E sunglasses

36. They are referred to as distress goods
37. They are always located at the front of the supermarket
38. They are referred to as destination goods
39. They are normally located below eye level
40. They are often located at the check-out

1. 10
2. royal parade
3. biomedical
4. 360
5. 6
6. bookit
7. password
8. location
9. view
10. schedule
11. A, C
12. A, C
13. C, D
14. A, C
15. roof
16. shoes
17. library
18. visitor centre
19. telescope
20. planet
21. D
22. E
23. F
24. A
25. E
26. D
27. B
28. C
29. G
30. H
31. dead
32. stock
33. adjust
34. dwell
35. offers
36. D
37. A
38. B
39. C
40. E

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