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IELTS Listening - Section 4

Listening Tip

You SHOULD NOT DO following things while taking IELTS Listening Test:

1) Donít worry if you have to cross out or change an answer.
2) Donít panic if you miss one question. Look ahead and concentrate on the next one.
3) Donít try to rephrase what you hear. Write down the words you hear which fit the question.
4) Donít write more than the maximum number of words or letters allowed for each answer.
5) Donít copy any words that were printed on the Question Paper when you transfer your answers to the Answer Sheet.

Section 4:
You will hear a student given a presentation about a project on household waste recycling.
First you have some time to look at Questions 31-40.

Now Listen carefully and answer Questions 31 to 40:



Questions 31-35

Complete the sentences below.

using NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

HOUSEHOLD WASTE RECYCLING

31)  By 2008, carbon dioxide emissions need to be .................... lower than in 1990.

32)  Recycling saves energy and reduces emissions from landfill sites and .................... .

33)  People say that one problem is a lack of '....................' sites for household waste.

34)  Glass designed to be utilised for .................... cannot be recycled with other types of glass.

35)  In the UK, .................... tons of glass is recycled each year.

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Questions 36-40

Choose the table below.

Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

Companies working with recycled materials
Material Company Product that the company manufactures
glass CLA Aggregates material used for making (36) ....................
paper Martin's office stationery
Papersave (37) .................... for use on farms
plastic Pacrite
(38) .................... for collecting waste
Waterford (39) ....................
Johnson & Jones (40) ....................
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