Listen to the audio below and answer the following Multiple Choice Questions to boost your listening skills 👇.
Before answering these questions, look at the instructions and techniques below 👇
Detailed Instructions for IELTS Listening Multiple Choice Questions
Multiple Choice Questions frequently appear in IELTS Listening Test Parts 2, 3, and 4. Only one of the three (occasionally four) response options provided for these questions is the right one. In the IELTS listening exam, there are three different kinds of multiple-choice questions.
1. With only one viable response.
2. With numerous options, each worth one point.
3. With different options and one point for each. You might be given the beginning of a sentence for these questions, and you’ll need to finish it using one of four or more options. Or you can be asked to choose two, three, or four items from a list of options to answer a question.
Techniques to Remember
- Carefully read the instructions and determine how many letters you need to circle.
- Before the recording begins, rapidly skim the questions and the possible answers.
- Actively listen while excluding the improbable responses. Eliminating unlikely or incorrect options can help you focus on the remaining choices and increase your chances of selecting the correct answer.
- As you listen, respond to the questions. Indent the letters. Even if it can be phrased in a different way, the data will be provided in the same sequence as the questions.
- If you are unsure about the answer, don’t forget to add notes next to the question so you may review them later.
- Don’t fail to respond to any questions.
Choose the correct letter, A, B or C (Questions 27-30)
27. Sam believes that more Australians are taking vitamin supplements because they
B are advised by local authorities.
A want to have control of their own health.
C have benefitted from competition amongst manufacturers.
28 Lucy is concerned that the US vitamin supplement industry is not required to
A follow the guidelines produced by a government agency.
B list all the possible side effects of taking vitamins.
C provide evidence that their products are effective.
29 When discussing the Danish experiment, Lucy and Sam conclude that vitamin supplements
A are best used for preventing minor illnesses.
B are not fully understood by researchers.
C are harmful if taken in large amounts.
30 Lucy and Sam agree that stricter regulation of the vitamin supplement industry
A would only lead to a slight decrease in sales.
B might be necessary for some types of vitamin.
C may not be welcomed by all customers.
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