IELTS Listening Test 105

IELTS Listening Test 105

Part 1: Questions 1-10
Complete the form below. Write ONE WORD OR A NUMBER.


Cookery Class Focus Other Information

The Food …Studio

how to 1………… and cook with seasonal products ●   small classes

●   also offers 2………… classes

Related Articles

●   clients who return get a 3………… discount

Bond’s Cookery School food that is 4…………. ●   includes recipes to strengthen your 5………….

●   they have a free 6…………. Every Thursday

The 7…………. Centre mainly 8………… food ●   located near the 9…………

●   a special course in skills with a 10…………. is sometimes available

(1)                     (2)   
(3)                    (4)   
(5)                    (6)   
(7)                    (8)   
(9)                   (10)

Part 2: Questions 11-13
Choose the correct letter A, B or C.

Traffic Changes in Granford
11. Why are changes needed to traffic systems in Granford?
A The number of traffic accidents has risen.
B The amount of traffic on the roads has increased.
C The types of vehicles on the roads have changed.

12. In a survey, local residents particularly complained about
A dangerous driving by parents.
B pollution from trucks and lorries.
C inconvenience from parked cars.

13. According to the speaker, one problem with the new regulations will be
A raising money to pay for them.
B finding a way to make people follow them.
C getting the support of the police.

Questions 14-20
Label the map below. Write the correct letter A-I next to questions 14-20.

14. New traffic lights
15. Pedestrian crossing
16. Parking allowed
17. New ‘no parking’ sign
18. New disabled parking spaces
19. Widened pavement
20. Lorry loading/ unloading restrictions

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

21. Why is Jack interested in investigating seed germination?
A He may do a module on a related topic later on
B He wants to have a career in plant science
C He is thinking of choosing this topic for his dissertation

22. Jack and Emma agree the main advantage of their present experiment is that it can be
A described very easily
B carried out inside the laboratory
C completed in the time available

23. What do they decide to check with their tutor?
A whether their aim is appropriate
B whether anyone else has chosen this topic
C whether the assignment contributes to their final grade

24. They agree that Grave’s book on seed germination is disappointing because
A it fails to cover recent advances in seed science
B the content is irrelevant for them
C its focus is very theoretical

25. What does Jack say about the article on seed germination by Lee Hall?
A the diagrams of plant development are useful
B the analysis of seed germination statistics is thorough
C the findings on seed germination after fires are surprising

Questions 26-30
Complete the flow chart below. Choose FIVE answers from the box and write the correct letter A-H next to questions 26-30.

Choose FIVE answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-H, next to Questions 26-30

A     container     B     soil                C     weight          D     condition

E     height           F     colour           G     types            H     depths

 Stage in the experiment

Select seeds of different 26…………… and sizes.

Measure and record the 27……………. and size of each one.

Decide on the 28……………… to be used.

Use a different 29…………….. for each seed and label it.

After about 3 weeks, record the plant’s 30……………… .

Investigate the findings.

(26)                  (27)
(28)                  (29)

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

Effects of urban environment on animals
Recent urban developments represent massive environmental changes. It was previously thought that only a few animals were suitable for city life e.g.
• The (31)  Because of its general adaptability
• The pigeon – because walls of city buildings are similar to (32)
In fact, many urban animals are adapting with unusual (33)

Recent research
• Emilie Snell-Rood studied urbanized mammal specimens from museums in Minnesota
o She found the size of their (34)  had increased
o She suggests this may be due to the need to locate new sources of
 and to deal with new dangers
• Catarina Miranda focused on the (36)  of urban and rural blackbirds.
o She found urban birds were often braver but were afraid of situations that were

• Jonathan Atwell studies how animals respond to urban environments
o He found that some animals respond to (38)  by producing lower levels of hormones.
• Sarah Partan’s team found urban squirrels use their (39)  to help them communicate

Long- term possibilities

Species of animals may develop which are unique to cities. However, some changes may not be (40)

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4. healthy
5. bones
6. lecture
7. arretsa
8. vegetarian
9. market
10. knife
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12. C
13. B
14. E
15. D
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17. G
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19. H
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