The normal rules apply to all parts of the Listening Test:
- Read the title
- Read through the questions
- Anticipate answers
- Guess the gaps
- Check your spelling
- Avoid distractors
- Listen for synonyms
One of the key skills is keeping your place, as there is no ‘pause’ in this part, and you’re probably getting tired and starting to lose focus.
As we saw in Part 3 there are a very clear signals and signposts that you need to train yourself to become more aware of.
These will lead you to the answers.
- Ordering and numbering
- Rhetorical questions
‘How to recognise signals and signposts in Listening Part 3’.
- How to keep your place in Listening Part 4
- How modals are used in Listening Part 4
- Multiple Choice in Listening Part 4
- Synonyms and parallel language in Listening Part 4
- The importance of plurals in gapfills in Listening Part 4
- Tricks to avoid in Listening Part 4
- Common vocabulary in Listening Part 4
- Choosing from a list in Listening Part 4
- More practice – The Lion Sanctuary