FCE Test 19 - Listening (có giải thích đáp án chi tiết)

8/27/2021 8:19:43 AM

You hear this man talking about his daughter's boyfriend.

What does the man think?

  • He's looking forward to their engagement.
  • He thinks his daughter should find someone better.
  • He's not certain whether they will get married.

You hear a boy talking about a competition he entered.

How does he feel about it?

  • Disappointed with his performance
  • Determined to learn from the experience
  • Dissatisfied with the level of feedback he received

You overhear someone talking about a recent holiday.

What disappointed her about the hotel where she stayed?

  • Few meals were served.
  • She did not like the room.
  • The pool was not open.

You hear a woman telling her friend that she is giving up her job as a banker.

What is her reason for leaving?

  • She wants to earn more.
  • She needs a change.
  • She dislikes the stress.

You hear a man talking in a computer shop.

What does he want to buy? 

  • A printer
  • A monitor
  • A mouse

You hear two people talking in a café.

What is the relationship of the man to the woman?

  • Husband
  • Boss
  • Colleague

You hear a woman talking about having her purse stolen.

Where did she always keep her bag?

  • Beside her chair
  • On a shelf
  • Under her desk

You hear a man talking to a friend about a broken vase.

Who does he blame for breaking it?

  • Himself
  • His friend
  • A third person

You will hear part of a radio interview with a man who is the director of an Environmental Centre.

Complete the sentences with a word or short phrase.

The Environmental Centre has been open for .

The Centre has working displays of sun and wind .

School children visit the Centre to carry out a on the environment.

The majority of courses take apart from ones in the summer.

Accommodation is provided in basic made of wood.

The Centre does not allow anyone inside.

The course on garden wildlife and different plants is called Gardening.

The most popular course shows people how to save .

The cost of a course depends on whether people have a or not.

The Centre has a to make sure nobody is refused a place on a course.

You will hear five different people talking about airports they have recently been to.

For each gap, choose from the list (A - F) what each speaker says. Use the letters only once. There is one extra letter which you do not need to use. You can listen to the audio twice.

A. We could see lots of planes taking off. 

B. It took a long time to get through security.

C. Public transport to the airport was poor.

D. Our children enjoyed the play area.

E. I didn't have to pay to go on the Internet.

F. The airport was badly organised.

Speaker 1:

Speaker 2:

Speaker 3:

Speaker 4:

Speaker 5:

You will hear an interview with a financial expert.

For each question, choose the correct answer. You can listen to the audio twice.

What is the main purpose of Moneyspot?

  • To advise young people on saving money
  • To persuade people to save more money
  • To provide information about economic conditions

What does Alison say about teenagers in the past?

  • They got less money than teenagers today.
  • They got their money from more different sources than teenagers today.
  • They got more money from working than teenagers today.

Alison says that many parents today _____

  • don't like giving their teenage children money.
  • put money into a bank account for their teenagers.
  • are too busy to remember to give their children money.

Most teenagers' money today is spent on _____

  • things that weren't available to buy in the past.
  • things that teenagers in the past weren't interested in.
  • the same things teenagers in the past spent their money on.

What difference does Alison say the internet has made?

  • Teenagers can buy things they couldn't find in the shops in the past.
  • Teenagers are less likely to want to learn how to drive than in the past.
  • Teenagers can find things much cheaper than they are in the shops.

Alison suggests that parents generally _____

  • don't understand how good teenagers are with money.
  • don't give their teenage children enough money.
  • don't encourage their teenage children to save properly.

Alison suggests teenagers work part-time even though _____

  • it's unlikely to help them in their future careers.
  • nobody really wants to employ young people.
  • the law limits the amount of work they can do.