In a radio play, you hear this discussion about jigsaw puzzles.
Why does the man like jigsaw puzzles?
You hear this woman talking about something she has bought.
What does she like about it?
You hear a woman talking about being a pianist.
What does she dislike most about her career?
You hear two women talking about magazines.
What is their attitude towards the magazines?
You hear a man leaving a voicemail message for a friend.
Why is he calling?
You switch on the radio during a programme.
What is the programme about?
You hear this extract from a radio programme.
What is the caller's question about?
You hear part of a radio interview with a writer.
What does she say about her education?
You will hear part of a radio talk about Sydney, Australia.
Complete the sentences with a word or short phrase. You can listen to the audio twice.
To see the harbour, you should from Circular Quay.
The bridge connects North Sydney and Sydney.
You get the best view from the bridge by crossing .
Some people say that the Opera House was designed to look like a .
You can get in for less if you are .
The Botanical Gardens have plants from all over .
In Sydney, there are people who come from .
From Sydney, Bondi Beach is located .
Swimmers on Bondi Beach are watched by .
Because of the view, Taronga Zoo is a good place for .
You will hear five short extracts in which people are talking about being a judge in a talent show.
For each gap, choose from the list (A - F) what each speaker feels about the experience. Use the letters only once. There is one extra letter which you do not need to use.
A. Keen to be invited back
B. Sorry for upsetting one contestant
C. Unsure whether the best act won
D. Surprised by the other judges' dedication
E. Critical of the way it was organized
F. Pleased to have identified the winner early on
You will hear an interview with Sophie Morrison, a translator.
For each question, choose the correct answer.
Sophie believes that in the future ____