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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What are the two colleagues talking about?
Why has a PR specialist been hired?
Why was the man worried about getting bad reviews?
What will most likely happen on Thursday?
What does the woman suggest the man do?
What will the woman probably do next?
What type of conversation is this?
Why isn’t the man surprised?
What is the purpose of this conversation?
What seems to be the issue?
Why is the man anxious to get his appointment?
What is the main topic of the conversation?
What has been happening with the sales?
What is expected for future sales?
Where is this conversation taking place?
Why is the man unable to pay?
What happens at the end of the conversation?
What does the man mean when he says, “going crazy”?
How do the speakers feel about the complaints?
What are the speakers going to do about the problem?
What is the main problem here?
Will they get all their money back from the insurance?
Which of the following words is closest in meaning to “liable”?
How do they feel about ABC?
How many companies did they research before picking ABC?
What are they going to do next?
Who is Mr. Takamoto most likely to be?
Which of these is NOT given as a reason to go the exhibition?
What kind of art can they see there?
What’s the problem with Jeremy?
What does the man mean when he says, “…fall within our budget…”?
Look at the graphic. Which is the best policy for Jeremy?
Why were there complaints?
Why was there a new member of staff for only a short time?
Look at the graphic. How many invoices have not yet been paid?
What does “on top of everything” mean?
Why are five people potentially causing a problem?
Look at the graphic. How many fresh items are there?