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This page contains 9 IELTS listening activities.
IELTS Listening tests (Section 1) always feature ambiguous sounding numbers. Here's a practice activity focusing on teens and tens! Continue reading
These seem to be popular, so I've combined three posts into one and made it all a little more user-friendly. Good luck!
Many people these days - youngsters in particular - believe in their ability to perform more than one task at the same time, or to 'multitask'. In this post we listen to what the research has to say about 'media multitasking'. Before you listen, discuss the foillowing questions with a friend:
In this post we hear from a social scientist explaining what causes people to copy other people. Before you listen, discuss the following questions with a friend.
You will hear a researcher talking about the importance of 'creative thinking', both in the workplace and in our personal lives. Continue reading
A social scientist believes that although being alone can make people feel lonely, it can also have some positive effects! Continue reading
You will hear a researcher talking about how studying the beds made by chimpanzees can help us to understand how modern humans evolved. Continue reading
You will hear a university professor talking about Artificial Intelligence and making predictions about how AI might make us smarter in the future. Continue reading
IELTS Listening Section 4 is arguably the most difficult part of the listening test. A single speaker delivers a talk or a lecture, and all ten questions have to be answered without a break. Continue reading