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ERGEBINS

Test score IELTS band Level of English
9 57 – 60 Punkte Expert
8.5 54 – 56 Punkte Very good
8 51 – 53 Punkte Very good
7.5 48 – 50 Punkte Good
7 44 – 47 Punkte Good
6.5 40 – 43 Punkte Competent
6 34 – 39 Punkte Competent
5.5 28 – 33 Punkte Modest
5 22 – 27 Punkte Modest
4.5 19 – 21 Punkte Limited
4 15 – 18 Punkte Limited
3.5 12 – 14 Punkte Limited
3 9 – 11 Punkte Limited
2.5 6 – 8 Punkte Limited

 

IELTS Test

IELTS Test

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1. You must do exactly what the teacher tells you.
Look at the sentences and decide which of the expressions correctly express similar meaning. Part I
2. So that Susan would be fit for skiing, she went to the gym three times a week.
3. It's not worth inviting her to the party. She will never come.
4.  She had to finish her homework before she went out.
5. Jo had not expected the film to be so good.
6. If Patrick does not arrange some more lessons, he will never pass his driving test.
7. "Do you know the way to the Italian restaurant?" Julie asked Maria.
8. They decided to advertise their house on the internet.
9. The family went skiing a month ago.
10. The lecture was cancelled because the professor was ill.
11. The court ________ him to five years in prison.
12. Can you tell me when ________ leaving?
13. _________ was at the party last night.
14. I can't find my keys ________.
15. Having ________ about your suggestion for a few days, I've decided to support the project.
16. He wouldn't be so successful now if he __________ so hard when he was at school.
17. I must get _________ - I can't use the internet at all.
18. It's about time we _________ - it's nearly midnight.
19. I'd rather you ________ to me like that in front of the customers.
20. He ________ gone to work yesterday. John was there all day, and nobody saw him.

Part II (Reading) - The Culture of the 1950s

21. In the first paragraph, what is NOT the meaning of the word "pervaded"?
22. In the first and second paragraphs, what is NOT the meaning of the word "norms"?
23. What was not an American cultural norm during the 1950s?
24. What can be inferred from the third paragraph?
25. What was one effect of television?
26. In the third paragraph, what does the word "their" refer to?
27. In the last sentence of the third paragraph, what does the word "it" refer to?
28. Where does the sentence -- "Musicians and artists rebelled as well." -- best belong?
29. In the last paragraph, what is the meaning of the word "staid"?
30. What does the passage imply?
Part III / 31. radical
Part III - Match the most accurate definition of the word given.
32. range
33. tale
34. conversely
35. denote
36. empirical
37. inclination
38. inevitably
39. accumulation
40. coherence
41. The picture …41… the way in which water passes from …42… to air to land during the natural process known as the water cycle.
Part III - Fill in the missing words. The picture is below.
42. The picture …41… the way in which water passes from …42… to air to land during the natural process known as the water cycle
43. Three main …43… are shown in the diagram. Ocean water …44…, falls as rain and eventually runs back into the oceans again.
44. Three main …43… are shown in the diagram. Ocean water …44…, falls as rain and eventually runs back into the oceans again.
45. Beginning at the evaporation stage, we can see that 80% of …45… in the air comes from the oceans.
46. Heat from the sun …46… water to evaporate and water vapour condenses to form …47…. At the second stage, labelled ‘precipitation’ on the diagram, water falls as rain or snow.
47. Heat from the sun …46… water to evaporate and water vapour condenses to form …47…. At the second stage, labelled ‘precipitation’ on the diagram, water falls as rain or snow.
48. At the third stage in the …48…, rainwater may take various paths. Some of it may fall into …49… or return to the oceans via ‘surface runoff’. Otherwise, rainwater may filter through the ground, reaching the impervious layer of the earth.
49. At the third stage in the …48…, rainwater may take various paths. Some of it may fall into …49… or return to the oceans via ‘surface runoff’. Otherwise, rainwater may filter through the ground, reaching the impervious layer of the earth.
50. Otherwise, rainwater may filter through the ground, reaching the impervious layer of the earth. Saltwater intrusion is shown to take place just before …50… passes into the oceans to complete the cycle.

Part IV - Listening - The history of time

51. Why is time such a difficult concept to understand?
52. How were early humans able to begin measuring time?
53. How did the concept of seasons become understood?
54. How would an early human have defined a 'month'?
55. Why did the move towards farming require a better understanding of time?
56. What is the meaning of the word 'forced' in the penultimate paragraph?

Part IV - Listening 2 - Siberian vodka

57. If you drink too much vodka, you may never walk again.
58. If you drink vodka, you may suffer less from the cold.
59. Hospitals don't have enough supplies and equipment.
60. Most frost-bite victims had to have operations.
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