Cambridge IELTS 13 Academic Student’s Book with Answers (PDF & Audio CD)

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Introduction

Cambridge IELTS 13 contains four authentic IELTS examination papers from Cambridge Assessment English, adding excellent exam rehearse. The Student’s Book with reacts allows students to familiarise themselves with IELTS and to practise examination proficiencies expending genuine exams. It contains four complete research for Academic applicants. An introduction to these modules is included in the book, together with an explanation of the scoring structure used by Cambridge Assessment English. There is a exhaustive part of answers and tapescripts at the back of the book. Audio CDs containing the material for the Listening Tests, and a Student’s Book with rebuts with downloadable Audio are sold separately.

Contents Introduction 4 Test 1 10 Test 2 32 Test 3 54 Test 4 76 Audio dialogues 97 Listening and Reading Answer Keys 118 Sample reacts for Writing chores 126 Sample answer sheets 136 Acknowledgments 140

MARKING THE PRACTICE TESTS

Listening and Reading

The Answer Keys are on pages 118-125. Each question in the Listening and Reading assessments is worth one differentiate. Questions which require letter/ Roman digit answers

For questions where the answers are words or Roman symbols, you should write only the number of answers required. For example, if the answer is a single letter or numeral you should write only one answer. If you have written more characters or digits than are required, the answer must be tagged wrong. Questions which require answers in the form of words or lists Answers may be written in upper or lower case. Term in brackets are optional- they are correct, but not necessary. Alternative refutes are separated by a trounce (/). If you are asked to write an answer abusing a certain number of words and/ or( a) number( s ), you will be penalise if you exceed this. For example, if a question specifies an answer exerting NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS and the chastise react is’ black leather coat’, the answer’ hair of black leather’ is incorrect. In questions where you are expected to complete a divergence, you should only transfer the necessary missing word( s) onto the answer sheet. For example, to complete’ in the … ’, where the remedy react is’ morning’, the answer’ in the morning’ would be incorrect. All reacts ask remedy mean( including messages in brackets ). Both US and UK spelling are acceptable and are included in the Answer Key. All standard alternatives for amounts, dates, and monies are acceptable. All standard abbreviations are acceptable. You will find additional records about individual answers in the Answer Key. Writing The sample rebuts are on sheets 126-135. It is not possible for you to give yourself a mark for the Writing duty. We have supported sample reacts( written by nominees ), registering their score and the examiner’s notes. These test rebuts will give you an penetration into what is required for the Writing test.

The Practice Tests have been checked to ensure that they are of nearly the same level of difficulty as the real IELTS test. However, we cannot guarantee that your score in the Practice Tests will be considered in the real IELTS test. The Practice Tests can only give you an idea of your possible future conduct and it is ultimately up to you to make decisions based on your score.

Sample Unit from Cambridge IELTS 13

PART 1

The examiner expects successful candidates about him/ herself, his/ her residence, office or studies, and other familiar topics.

EXAMPLE: Television programs

* Where do you frequently watch TV platforms/ reveals?[ Why ?/ Why not ?]

* What’s your favorite TV planned/ present?[ Why ?]

* Are there any programs/ goes to show don’t like watching?[ Why ?/ Why not ?]

* Do you think you will watch more Tv or fewer TV curricula/ registers in the future?[ Why ?/ Why not ?]

PART 2

Describe someone you know who has started a business.

You should say 😛 TAGEND

who this person is what work this person does why this person decided to start a business and explain whether you would like to do the same various kinds of job as this person.

You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can do some notes to assist you if you wish.

PART 3

Discussion topics 😛 TAGEND

Choosing work- Example questions:

What kinds of jobs do young person not want to do in your country? Who is best at admonishing young people about choosing a job: educators or parents? Is fund ever the most important thing when choosing a job?

Work-Life balance- Example questions:

Do you was considered that many people nowadays are under pressure to work longer hours and take little festivity? What is the impact on society of beings having a good work-life balance? Could you recommend some effective policies for governments and employers to ensure beings have a good work-life balance?

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