3 February: IELTS Listening Topics – Listening Task 8 (Map Labelling)

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Listening Task 7 (Map Labelling)

Listen to the audio below and answer the following Map Labelling questions to boost your listening skills 👇.

Before answering these questions, look at the instructions and techniques below. 👇

Detailed Instructions for IELTS Listening Map Labelling

You must complete labels on a map (for a section of a town, for example) for this question type. There are four listening portions, however, section 2 is most likely to contain this kind of question. You will hear only one speaker in section 2 discussing a non-academic subject. It mostly involves someone educating a crowd about an occasion or guiding them around a structure, such as a hotel or a university.

Map Labelling

Techniques To Remember

  • Read the question and instructions carefully. Understand the map and its features.
  • The information you need to answer the questions is in the same order as on the recording.
  • Look at the major parts of the map to help you understand and navigate your way around.
  • Predict what type of words might be the answer i.e. will it be a place, room, street, building etc.
  • Listen to the beginning of the talk carefully because this will help you understand the context and help you follow the talk more easily.
  • Note down any possible answers, but be careful with distractors.

Label the map below.

Write the correct letter, A-E, next to questions 16 -20.

Map Labelling
16 information centre
17 refreshment centre
18 gift shop
19 workshop
20 visitor centre

Check out the correct answer given below👇 in the PDF.

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