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There are 4 parts and it takes around 40 minutes.

There are two. The monologues represent spontaneous speech, delivered in an informal spoken style by speakers with a variety of.

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To practice, make sure to listen to longer interviews and conversations.

Part 2 – 8 questions - 8 marks. The test has 4 sections and takes about 40 minutes: Part 1 - three short extracts from. In this example all the speakers are talking about holidays.

40 minutes.

Quickly read the task introduction to learn the context of the recording. . For questions 15.

. Part 1 – 6 questions - 6 marks.

The monologues represent spontaneous speech, delivered in an informal spoken style by speakers with a variety of.

Phrasal Verbs.

Cambridge English: CAE Listening Test 2 Part 3. .

. The focus is on feeling, attitude, opinion, purpose, function, agreement, course of action, gist, detail.

Pre-A1.
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The passage is 3-4 minutes in length with each monologue lasting approximately 30 seconds.

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Each speaker talks about a related topic. For questions 1-6, choose the answer (A, В or C) which fits best. You then have to answer 6 multiple choice questions which test your understanding of the speakers' attitudes and opnions. In this part, you will hear a conversation between two or more speakers. C1 Advanced (CAE) Listening: Part 4: Multiple Matching Part 4 consists of a series of five short monologues on a subject matter.

<span class=" fc-falcon">CAE Listening Part 1.

. Correct answers in Parts 2 and 3 are worth 1 mark each.

There are two questions for each speaker.

Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) - free listening practice test for part 1.

You will hear an interview with an archaeologist called Julian Radwinter.

Test 1 / 30.

In this part, you will hear a conversation between two or more speakers.