Football Research IELTS Listening Answers With Audio, Transcript, And Explanation

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Football Research IELTS Listening Answers With Audio, Transcript, And Explanation

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Question 1 - 3
Choose the correct letter, A,B or C.
1
Information on the test is from
A
the teacher
B
a class
C
a handout
2
This assignment is important because
A
it will become a permanent record
B
it is a must for passing 11th grade English
C
it will affect the English level next year
3
Bobby chooses football as project topic because
A
Bobby chooses football as project topic because
B
his father loves football
C
he is interested in football
Question 4 - 10
What problems do the speakers identify for this project?
Choose SEVEN answers from the box and write the letters, A-H
List of Findings
A
too vague
B
too factual
C
too unreliable
D
too noisy
E
too long
F
too short
G
too complicated
H
too simple
4
Background sounds
5
Answers of questions
6
One of the questions
7
Time of answering
8
Recording equipment
9
Topic of project
10
Report on project

❓ Transcript

Football Research
Tutor:
Hi Bobby, go ahead and sit down. Tell me about your research project.
Bobby:
Well I decided to research football, and keys for success on a football team.
Tutor:
That sounds great. What are the guidelines for the test? Did the teacher talk to you about it in class?
Bobby:
No, everything is on a handout that was passed out. It says that the first draft is due at the end of next week, and the second and third are due later on in the month.
Bobby:
I don’t understand why we have to keep revising and fixing it. Is this assignment really that important?
Tutor:
Well, this project is a major requirement for passing 11th grade English and will go on your permanent record.
Bobby:
Oh really? Does that mean it will affect what English level I am placed in next year?
Tutor:
Well, not exactly. You need a good grade to move on, but it is your overall grade and teacher recommendation that determines what level of English you are placed in next year.
Tutor:
Anyway, tell me about your topic choice. Do you play football?
Bobby:
Well, actually it’s because my father loves the sport. He watches it every weekend.
Tutor:
Cool! It’s a good idea to report on something you’re interested in.
Tutor:
I see you worked very hard calling players and the head coach to talk so let’s see what information you got.
Bobby:
Well, you have to listen carefully to first call on the recording. It’s really hard to hear because the background noise is louder than the person’s voice.
Tutor:
Yes, it is a bit tough to discern. I’m afraid the player’s answer is too short as well. You will have to interview him again and try to get him to give a better answer.
Bobby:
Okay. I thought that might happen. I will call him again tomorrow.
Tutor:
Moving on, let’s look back at this question.
Tutor:
You asked, “Tell me about a time when you learned a major life lesson through playing football, and explain how that has shaped the person and player you have become now, and how you hope to pass on that lesson.”
Tutor:
It is a great idea for a question, but in an oral interview it is far too complex. I would advise you to break it up into multiple parts to get a better response.
Bobby:
I guess you’re right - I wouldn’t want to have to provide an answer to a question like that. I will simplify it.
Bobby:
I found that when I asked players this question, it took too much time because they were struggling to answer the question completely.
Bobby:
In fact, this is the question Joe Billings was answering when the tape ran out.
Tutor:
He did tend to ramble on all the questions, didn’t he?
Bobby:
He sure did.
Tutor:
I would recommend that when you go back and interview players again that you use a more sophisticated recording device.
Tutor:
This recording is spotty, which indicates that the equipment wasn’t working consistently.
Bobby:
Okay. I guess it probably wasn’t the best idea to use the sound recorder on my phone. Hey, could you give me some feedback on the content of the report itself?
Tutor:
Sure! Let’s start by focusing on your topic. While I like that you chose to cover football, it seems inexplicit.
Tutor:
The keys for success of a player and team is quite an interesting topic, but what is your thesis? That is to say, what conclusions can you draw from your research?
Tutor:
I would suggest coming up with a strong thesis statement and then shaping your report based on that.
Bobby:
Is it really too vague? I put a whole lot of facts into it.
Bobby:
I list the top 10 goal-scorers in football, and later on provide statistics for a few of the most famous coaches and their records as coaches.
Tutor:
I think that’s great that you included these facts, but I think you focused too much on the facts and not enough on connecting these facts to make your point.
Bobby:
Ah, I see. Okay. So it looks like I have quite a bit of work to do before the deadline!

🔥 Answer key (đáp án và giải thích)

1
C

Giải thích chi tiết

Mình cần nghe xem thông tin bài test là đến từ ai/cái gì

smiley43 Nghe thấy ''What are the guidelines for the test? Did the teacher talk to you about it in class?''

=> Ứng với đáp án A và B, nhưng do chưa có xác nhận nên mình chưa khoanh

smiley13 Bobby trả lời là ''No, everything is on a handout that was passed out.''

=> Đáp án là C check

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