انواع سوالات لیسنینگ آیلتس + نمونه سوالات Listening

listening matching


Questions 1 – 4

Which hotel matches each description?

Choose your answers from the box and write the correct letter A-E next to questions 1-4.

1 is in a rural area ……………….

2 only opened recently ……………….

3 offers facilities for business functions ……………….

4 has an indoor swimming pool ………………


(Note: There is no Listening recording for this tapescript.)

You will hear a man talking to an official at a tourist information office.

Official Can I help you?

Man Yes, I was wanting somewhere to stay for a few days – a four or five star hotel. Can you tell me something about the possibilities?

Official OK, right, well there are five hotels that might interest you. Were you wanting a city centre location, or would you be interested in something a bit further out?

Man Well, I do have a car so I could go for either.

Official Well, there are three central hotels in the range you’re looking for – there’s Carlton House and The Imperial, they’re both near the main square, but if you’ve got your own transport you might be interested in the Royal Oak – that’s out in the country, about ten kilometres away, very peaceful. Then there’s the Bridge hotel and the Majestic – they’re both in town but not in the centre, they’re out on the airport road.

Man Mmm that might be a bit far out actually. OK, now the other two you mentioned, in the city centre. Can you tell me a bit about them?

Official Well, they’re both excellent hotels. If you want something with a bit of character, Carlton House is quite unusual – it’s a very old building that was originally a large private house, it was bought by the Vannis chain and they completely refurbished it – they took their first guests

just a few months ago but it’s already got an excellent reputation. That’s a five star hotel. Or there’s the Imperial, which is a much more modern building. That’s also has its own gym and it also has

internet connection and meetings rooms – it’s used for conferences and corporate events as well as private guests. That’s five star as well.

Man Does it have a swimming pool as well as a gym?

Official No – the Royal Oak has an outdoor pool, which is lovely in the summer, but the only hotel with an indoor pool is the Bridge Hotel. It doesn’t have a gym though. The Majestic is planning to build a swimming pool and a fitness centre, but it’s not finished yet.

Man I see. Well, I think I’ll probably go for one of the city centre hotels.


1 E

2 B

3 C

4 A

Listening sample task – Matching (example 1)


Questions 21 – 25

What does Jack tell his tutor about each of the following course options?

A He’ll definitely do it.

B He may or may not do it.

C He won’t do it.

Write the correct letter, A, B or C next to questions 21- 25.

You may choose any letter more than once.

21 Media Studies

22 Women and Power

23 Culture and Society

24 Identity and Popular Culture

25 Introduction to Cultural Theory


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You will hear a Communication Studies student talking to his tutor about optional courses for the next semester.

Dr Ray Come in. Oh hello Alan. Have a seat. Right … you said you wanted to see me to talk about your options next semester?

Jack That’s right. We have to decide by the end of next week. Really, I’d like to do all five options but we have to choose two, don’t we.

Dr Ray Yes, but the choice depends on your major to some extent. You’re majoring in Communication Studies, aren’t you?

Jack That’s right.

Dr Ray So for example the Media Studies Option will cover quite a lot of the same area you did in the core module on mass communications this semester – the development of the media through the last two centuries, in relation to political and social issues.

Jack Mmm. Well that was interesting, but I’ve decided I’d rather do something completely new. There’s a Women’s Studies option, isn’t there?

Dr Ray Yes, ‘Women and Power’ – again it has a historical focus, it aims to contextualise women’s studies by looking at the legal and social situation in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries …

Jack So it would be useful if I intended to specialise in women’s studies … but I’m not sure I do actually.

Dr Ray Well, it might still be useful to give you an idea of the issues involved. It’s taught by Dr Steed.

Jack Oh, really? I’ll sign up for that, then. What about the option on Culture and Society?

Dr Ray That addresses the historical debate on the place of culture since the Industrial Revolution in Britain.

Jack So a historical focus again …

Dr Ray Do I get the message you’re not so keen on history?

Jack Well, it’s just we seem to have done quite a lot this semester anyway I’ll think about that one.

Dr Ray If you’re interested in a course focusing on current issues there’s the option on Identity and Popular Culture – that approaches the subject through things like contemporary film, adverts, soap operas and so on.

Jack Oh? That sounds interesting. Can you tell me who runs it?

Dr Ray Well, it’s normally Dr Stevens but he’s on sabbatical next semester, so I’m not sure who’ll be running it. It should be decided by next week though.

Jack Right, well I might wait until then to decide … And the last option is Introduction to Cultural Theory, isn’t it. I’m quite interested in that too – I was talking to one of the second year students, and she said it was really useful, it made a lot of things fall into place.

DrRay Yes, but in fact in your major, you’ll have covered a lot of that already in Communications 102, so that might be less useful than some of the others.

Jack Oh, I’ll forget about that one, then.

Dr Ray Now while you’re here, we could also discuss how you’re getting on with your Core Module assignment …


21 C

22 A

23 B

24 B

25 C

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