توضیحات کوتاه ویدیوی نکات و اطلاعات ضروری برای بخش Listening آیلتس – Liz
هر چیزی که شما نیاز دارید در مورد گرفتن نمره بالا در مبحث Listening آیلتس بدانید را در این ویدیو می توانید ببینید. در مورد محتوای آزمون، انواع سوالات، پاسخ نوشتاری، نحوه اجتناب از اشتباهات و نکاتی مفید برای کسب بهترین نتیجه در امتحان IELTS را خواهید آموخت. با بیش از ۲۵ نکته مفید، تکنیک های صحیح پاسخ به سوالات Listening را بیاموزید. تا به شما در رسیدن به نمره بالایی کمک کند.
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- All students take the same test. Both academic and GT students take the same listening test. It is marked in the same way.
- There are 40 questions
- There are 4 sections
- Section 1 = two speakers. This is often a telephone conversation between two people, for example organising a place on a course, booking a table at a restaurant or renting an apartment. You must listen for specific information, such as names (tips on listening for names), dates, times (tips on listening for time), places and numbers.
- Section 2 = one speaker. This is often a talk from a guide. You might hear information about a building, a resort, a company, a charity etc.
- Section 3 = three or four speakers. This is an academic discussion. It could either be two students talking with a professor or a student presenting their resource to their colleagues.
- Section 4 = one speaker. This is an academic lecture.
- The sections get more difficult as the test progresses. This means section 1 is the easiest and section 4 is the most difficult.
- The listening test is 40 mins.
- 30 minutes to listen to the recording and write down your answer on the question paper.
- 10 minutes to transfer your answers from the question paper to the answer sheet.
- IELTS is an international test. There will be a range of accents but the main accents will probably be British and Australian.
- IELTS accept either British English or American English spelling.
Below is a list of IELTS listening tips that have been given in the video above. Read these tips carefully.
- The recording will be played only once. You will not hear it a second time.
- You must practice completing a full listening test by listening only once before your test. You should do this a number of times.
- When you are developing skills and vocabulary, you might want to practice listening more than once. This is fine when you are in training.
- You will need to multitask. This means you must be able to read the questions, listen for the answer and write down words all at the same time. You should practice doing this.
- Practice transferring your answers to the answer sheet at home before your test. Here is a link to download the IELTS listening answer sheet.
- You should write your answers on the answer sheet using pencil not a pen. This is the same as the IELTS reading test.
- Scores are calculated by the number of points you got correct. Here is a link to learn all about the IELTS band scores: IELTS Band Scores Explained. You don’t lose a mark if your answer is wrong. Your score will not change due to incorrect answers.
- If you don’t know an answer, guess. Always write something in the box on your answer sheet. Who knows, maybe you guess right !!<
- You can write your answer using capital or lower case letters. However, I recommend using all capital letters. See the official IELTS website to confirm the use or lower or upper case: http://takeielts.britishcouncil.org/prepare-your-test/test-day-advice/listening-test-advice.
- Check the number of words you can have for your answer. Each time the question type changes, the number of words for the answer might change too. Here is an example of instructions: “No more than two words and/or a number”. To learn exactly what these instructions mean, please watch the video lesson above.
- Check the instructions to see if you can have a number (which means only one) or numbers (plural which means more than one number).
- How words and numbers are calculated:
- A date “1950” is considered one number.
- A large number “1,000,500” is considered one word.
- A hyphenated word “part-time” is considered one word.
- A compound noun which is not hyphenated “tennis shoe” is considered two words.
- “at the hospital” or “hospital”. Should you write the article and preposition? Your answer will depend on the type of question you have. If you are completing the sentence, for example:
- The best place to meet is ………. = the answer must be grammatically correct so you need “at the hospital”.
- If the question is a note or form completion, such each 1) PLACE: …… = the answer can be just one word (with or without the article) “hospital” or “the hospital” (if two words are possible.
- SPELLING!!! If your answer is spelled wrong, the answer is marked wrong. You must have the correct spelling to get a point and have the answer marked correct.
- Don’t worry about spelling while you are listening because you don’t have time to concentrate on spelling. You need to concentrate on listening to the recording and following the questions.
- Check your spelling when you transfer your answers to the answer sheet. That is the time to check and make sure everything is correct.
- Writing letters or words. If you get a multiple choice question, it will ask you to write down the letter as your answer. For example:
- a) spring
- b) summer
- c) winter
- If the answer is b, you must write “b” on your answer sheet not “summer”. The word “summer” would be marked wrong because the instructions ask you to write a letter not a word.
- IELTS Listening Question Types
- form completion
- note completion
- summary completion
- sentence completion
- multiple choice
- diagram labeling
- map labelling
- table completion
- form chart
- If you want practice with these types of question, go to my IELTS listening page.
- Don’t try to understand everything. IELTS will add lots of extra information but you only need to listen for answers. Keep yourself focused on listening for answers to questions.
- Answers may come quickly. You might get three answers in a very short time. Get ready to write your answers down quickly. Answers may come slowly. There may be a gap between answers. Don’t panic. This is common in section 4.
- Look out for answers which are plural. IELTS know that students have difficulty hearing the plural “s”. So, these answers will certainly be given to test your listening ability.
- Common Problems
- Giving the answer and then changing it. Here is an example: “Is it ok to meet at 7pm?” / “Yes, 7pm works fine for me” / “Oh I’ve just remembered I have a late meeting, could we make it half past instead?” The answer was 7pm but then the speaker changed it to 7.30pm. Always keep listening and be ready for the speaker to change the answer.
- Similar words might not be the right answer. Watch this video about IELTS listening multiple choice to understand this tip.
- If you miss an answer, just move on to the next question. Don’t waste time. Don’t lose your place in the recording.
CONCENTRATE!!! 30 minutes is a long time to actively listen for answers. If you lose focus, you will miss answers. Don’t let that happen to you. Practice full tests at home to build up your ability to concentrate.
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