Listening – Part 3 – Conversations
On GlobalExam: Part 3 is composed of 13 conversations between two people. There are 2 to 5 exchanges per conversation. The dialogues will appear one at a time with the 3 corresponding questions. To help you, there will be 4 possible responses per question. Select the best response to each question. Press pause to read the questions before starting the recording.
New: For certain conversations there will be 3 speakers and certain questions will be associated with an audio as well as a table or graphic.
On Exam Day: Part 3 is made up of 13 conversations between two people, with 2 to 5 exchanges per person. You will be asked to answer three questions about what the speakers say in each conversation and the conversations will only be spoken one time. Select the best response to each
Question on your answer sheet. writing in the test book is strictly forbidden.
Tip: You can start answering the questions right from the beginning of the recording as they are usually written in order.
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Where are the construction works done?
Who is the woman talking to?
What’s the lady’s final threat?
What’s bothering the man?
According to Anna, when should the man call Mr. Pearson?
According to Anna, what possibly happened that could explain Mr. Pearson’s silence?
Who told Jane that the service was very slow?
How did the two men discover the new restaurant?
What is Jane’s final decision?
Why is the man so upset?
Who offers free audits?
What’s an easy way of lowering energy bills?
Why is Martin calling?
Why has the product been out of stock for weeks?
What solution does he offer to the customer?
What was the initial meeting time?
Why is the woman late?
Why is it that she’d better make it on time?
Why did Sam miss his flight?
What did the airline company do?
Will the airline provide for accommodation?
What is the main subject of the conversation?
Which of the following statements is true?
What was their final agreement?
How many people are going to the retirement party?
What are the two people worried about?
Why isn’t the woman too worried about the party?
Why is the man willing to answer the customer satisfaction survey?
What happened during the flight?
What did the man do after the incident?
How many applicants were interviewed by the woman?
What’s the plan on Monday?
What is the final decision?
Where is the person going to eat her lunch?
What’s the discount of the day?
Why does she refuse her desserts to be warmed up?
What did the girl forget to do?
What are the steps before filing a claim?
What important information does he give her at the end of their conversation?