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ielts listening test 195

Part 1: Questions 1-5
Complete the notes below. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

Wayside Camera Club Membership Form

Name: Dan Green
Email address:
Home address: 52 (1) Street, Peacetown
Heard about us: from a (2)
Reasons for joining: to enter competitions and to (3)
Type of membership: (4) membership (£ 30)

Questions 5-10
Complete the table below. Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.

Photography competitions
Title of competition Instructions Feedback to Dan
 (5)………………  A scene in the home  The picture’s composition was not good
 ‘Beautiful Sunsets’  Scene must show some (6)……………  The (7)……………. was wrong
 (8)………………  Scene must show (9)……………..  The photograph was too (10) ……..



Part 2: Questions 11 and 12
Choose TWO letters, A-E. Which TWO warnings does Dan give about picking mushrooms?

A Don’t pick more than one variety of mushroom at a time.
B Don’t pick mushrooms near busy roads.
C Don’t eat mushrooms given to you.
D Don’t eat mushrooms while picking them.
E Don’t pick old mushrooms.

Questions 13 and 14
Choose TWO letters, A-E. Which TWO ideas about wild mushrooms does Dan say are correct?

A Mushrooms should always be peeled before eating.
B Mushrooms eaten by animals may be unsafe.
C Cooking destroys toxins in mushrooms.
D Brightly coloured mushrooms can be edible.
E All poisonous mushrooms have a bad smell.

Questions 15-20
Choose the correct letter, A, B or C.

15. What advice does Dan give about picking mushrooms in parks?
A Choose wooded areas.
B Don’t disturb wildlife.
C Get there early.

16. Dan says it is a good idea for beginners to
A use a mushroom app.
B join a group.
C take a reference book.

17. What does Dan say is important for conservation?
A selecting only fully grown mushrooms
B picking a limited amount of mushrooms
C avoiding areas where rare mushroom species grow

18. According to Dan, some varieties of wild mushrooms are in decline because there is
A a huge demand for them from restaurants.
B a lack of rain in this part of the country.
C a rise in building developments locally.

19. Dan says that when storing mushrooms, people should
A keep them in the fridge for no more than two days.
B keep them in a brown bag in a dark room.
C leave them for a period after washing them.

20. What does Dan say about trying new varieties of mushrooms?
A Experiment with different recipes.
B Expect some to have a strong taste.
C Cook them for a long time.

Part 3: Questions 21 and 22
Choose TWO letters, A-E. Which TWO opinions about the Luddites do the students express?

A Their actions were ineffective.
B They are still influential today.
C They have received unfair criticism.
D They were proved right.
E Their attitude is understandable.

Questions 23 and 24
Choose TWO letters, A-E. Which TWO predictions about the future of work are the students doubtful about?

A Work will be more rewarding.
B Unemployment will fall.
C People will want to delay retiring.
D Working hours will be shorter.
E People will change jobs more frequently.

Questions 25-30
What comment do the students make about each of the following jobs? Choose SIX answers from the box and write the correct letter, A—G, next to Questions 25-30.

A These jobs are likely to be at risk.
B Their role has become more interesting in recent years.
C The number of people working in this sector has fallen dramatically.
D This job will require more qualifications.
E Higher disposable income has led to a huge increase in jobs.
F There is likely to be a significant rise in demand for this service.
G Both employment and productivity have risen.

25. Accountants
26. Hairdressers
27. Administrative staff
28. Agricultural workers
29. Care workers
30. Bank clerks

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

Space Traffic Management

A Space Traffic Management system
• is a concept similar to Air Traffic Control, but for satellites rather than planes.
• would aim to set up legal and (31) ways of improving safety.
• does not actually exist at present.

Problems in developing effective Space Traffic Management
• Satellites are now quite (32) and therefore more widespread (e.g. there are constellations made up of (33) of satellites).
• At present, satellites are not required to transmit information to help with their (34)
• There are few systems for (35) satellites.
• Small pieces of debris may be difficult to identify.
• Operators may be unwilling to share details of satellites used for (36) or commercial reasons.
• It may be hard to collect details of the object’s (37) at a given time.
• Scientists can only make a (38) about where the satellite will go.

1. Common standards should be agreed on for the presentation of information.
2. The information should be combined in one (39)
3. A coordinated system must be designed to create (40) in its users.

1. Marrowfield
2. Relative
3. Socialize/ socialize
4. Full
5. Domestic life
6. Clouds
7. Timing
8. Animal magic
9. (animal) movement
10. Dark
11. B, C
12. B, C
13. B, D
14. B, D
15. C
16. B
17. B
18. C
19. A
20. A
21. A, E
22. A, E
23. B, D
24. B, D
25. G
26. E
27. B
28. C
29. F
30. A
31. Technical
32. Cheap
33. Thousands
34. Identification
35. Tracking
36. Military
37. Location
38. Prediction
39. Database
40. Trust