Cambridge 15 IELTS Listening Test 4

PART 1 : Questions 1–10

Complete the form below.

Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

Customer Satisfaction Survey

Customer details

Name: Sophie Bird

Occupation: 1.

Reason for travel today: 2.

Journey information

Name of station returning to:  3.

Type of ticket purchased: Standard 4. ticket

Cost of ticket:  5. £

When ticket was purchased: Yesterday

Where ticket was bought:  6.

Satisfaction with journey

Most satisfied with: the wifi

Least satisfied with: the 7. this morning.

Satisfaction with station facilities

Most satisfied with:  how much 8. was provided

Least satisfied with: lack of seats, particularly on the 9.

Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied with: the 10. available

PART 2 : Questions 11–20

Label the map below:

Write the correct letter, A-H, next to Questions 11-16

11. café

12. toilets

13. formal gardens

14. outdoor gym

15. skateboard ramp

16. wild flowers

Questions 17 and 18

Choose TWO letters, A-E.

What does the speakers say about the adventure playground?

Questions 19 and 20

What does the speaker say about the glass houses?

PART 3 : Questions 21-30

Choose the correct letter, AB or C.

Presentation about refrigeration

21. What did Annie discover from reading about icehouses?

22. What point does Annie make about refrigeration in ancient Rome?

23. In connection with modern refrigerator, both Annie and Jack are worried about

24. What do Jack and Annie agree regarding domestic fridges.

Questions 25-30

Who is going to do research into each topic?

Write the correct letter, AB or C, next to Questions 25-30.


A     Annie

B     Jack

C     both Annie and Jack


25. the goods that are refrigerated

26. the effects on health

27. the impact on food producers

28. the impact on cities

29. refrigerated transport

30. domestic fridges

PART 4 : Questions 31–40

Complete the notes below.

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

How the Industrial Revolution affected life in Britain

19th century

– For the first time, people’s possessions were used to measure Britain’s 31.  .

– Developments in production of goods and in 32.   greatly changed lives.



– The Industrial Revolution would not have happened without the new types of 33.   that were used then.

– The leading industry was 34.   (its products became widely available).

– New 35.   made factories necessary and so more people moved into towns.


– The railways took the place of canals.

– Because of the new transport:

– greater access to 36.   Made people more aware of what they could buy in shops.

– when shopping, people were not limited to buying 37.   goods.


– The first department stores were opened.

– The displays of goods were more visible:

– inside stores because of better 38.  

– outside stores, because 39.   were bigger.

– 40.   that was persuasive became much more common.


1   journalist

2   shopping

3   Staunfirth

4   return

5   23.70

6   online

7   delay

8   information

9   platform(s)

10   parking

11   D

12   C

13   G

14   H

15   A

16   E

17&18   A, D

19&20   A, C

21   B

22   A

23   B

24   A

25   A

26   A

27   B

28   B

29   A

30   C

31   wealth

32   technology

33   power

34   textile(s)

35   machines

36   newspapers

37   local

38   lighting

39   windows

40   Advertising

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STAUmmmmmmmmmmmmmfirth that he said

Hi. thanks for preparing this simulation. I just wanted to say that the correct answer for Q.25 is A. Although it was written in the answer sheet like this :
Correct Answer :- A, A, B, B, A, C

Your Points For This Question :- 6

, my answer that was C had been consider as the correct one.

There is a problem. For questions 25-30 the system marks ANY POSSIBLE ANSWERS AS CORRECT. It’s impossible to make a mistake there


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