Joining Youth Council IELTS Listening Answers With Audio, Transcript, And Explanation

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Joining Youth Council IELTS Listening Answers With Audio, Transcript, And Explanation

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Question 1 - 10
Complete the notes below.
Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER.
Enquiry about joining Youth Council
Example
Name: Roger Brown
Age: 18
Currently staying in a
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during the week
Postal address: 
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 17,  Street, Stamford, Lincs
Postcode: 
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Occupation: student and part time job as a
4


Studying
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(major subject) and history (minor subject)
Hobbies: does a lot of
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 , and is interested in the
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On Youth Council, wants to work with young people who are
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Will come to talk to the Elections Officer next Monday at
9

pm
Mobile number:
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❓ Transcript

Joining Youth Council
CAROLINE:
Good Morning. Youth Council. Caroline speaking.
ROGER:
Oh, hello, I’m interested in standing for election to the Youth Council, and I was told to give you a call.
CAROLINE:
That’s good. Could you I have your name, please?
ROGER:
Yes, it’s Roger Brown.
CAROLINE:
Thank you. I’m Caroline, the Youth Council administrator. So do you know much about what the Council does, Roger?
ROGER:
I’ve talked to Stephanie – I think she’s the chair of the Council.
CAROLINE:
That’s right.
ROGER:
And she told me a lot about it. How it’s a way for young people to discuss local issues, for example, and make suggestions to the town council. That’s what made me interested.
CAROLINE:
Fine. Well let me take down some of your details. First of all, how old are you? You know the Council is for young people aged from 13 to 18?
ROGER:
I’ve just turned 18.
CAROLINE:
And where do you live, Roger?
ROGER:
Well, that’s a bit complicated. At the moment I’m looking for a flat to rent here, so I’m in a hostel from Monday to Friday. I go back to my parents’ place at the weekend.
CAROLINE:
OK, so where’s the best place to send you some information about the Council?
ROGER:
Oh, to my parent’s address, please. That’s 17, Buckleigh Street – B-U-C-K-L-E-I-G-H Street, Stamford, Lincolnshire, though you don’t really need the county.
CAROLINE:
Oh, I know Stamford – it’s a lovely town. And what’s the postcode?
ROGER:
PE9 7QT
CAROLINE:
Right, thank you. So are you working here, or are you a student?
ROGER:
I started studying at the university a couple of weeks ago, and I’ve got a part-time job for a few hours a week.
CAROLINE:
What do you do?
ROGER:
Well, I’ve done several different things. I’ve just finished a short-term contract as a courier, and now I’m working as a waiter in one of the big hotels.
CAROLINE:
Uhuh. That can’t leave you much time for studying!
ROGER:
Oh, it’s not too bad. I manage to fit it all in.
CAROLINE:
What are you studying?
ROGER:
My ambition is to go into parliament eventually, so my major subject is politics. That’s partly why I think the Youth Council is important and want to be a part of it.
CAROLINE:
And I suppose you’re also taking a minor subject, aren’t you? I know a lot of people study economics too.
ROGER:
I chose history. To be honest, I’m not finding it as interesting as I expected!
CAROLINE:
OK, so with your studying and your part-time job, do you have time for any other interests or hobbies?
ROGER:
Well, I spend quite a lot of time cycling – both around town to get to university and to work, and also long-distance, from here to London, for instance.
CAROLINE:
That’s pretty impressive! Anything else?
ROGER:
For relaxation I’m also keen on the cinema – I used to go at least once a week, but I can’t manage to go so often now.
CAROLINE:
Right. Are you sure you’ll have enough time for the Youth Council?
ROGER:
Yes, I’ve worked out that I can afford to reduce my hours at work, and that will make the time.
CAROLINE:
So is there any particular aspect of the Youth Council’s work that appeals to you, Roger?
ROGER:
Well, my sister is blind, so I’m particularly interested in working with disabled young people, to try and improve the quality of their lives.
CAROLINE:
That’s great. Well, the best way to get involved is to be nominated by some people who you know.
ROGER:
Right. Can you tell me how to set about organising that?
CAROLINE:
You should talk to Jeffrey, our Elections Officer. I can arrange a meeting in the council office with him, if you like.
ROGER:
Yes, please.
CAROLINE:
He’ll be here next Monday, if that suits you
ROGER:
That’s the 14th, isn’t it?
CAROLINE:
Yes.
ROGER:
I can manage late afternoon.
CAROLINE:
Would you like to suggest a time? He generally leaves around 5.30.
ROGER:
Well, would 4.30 be OK? My last class finishes at 4, so I’d have plenty of time to get to your office.
CAROLINE:
Right, that’s fine. Oh, and could I have a phone number we can contact you on?
ROGER:
Yes, my mobile number’s 07788 136711.
CAROLINE:
Thank you. Well, we’ll look forward to seeing you next week.
ROGER:
Thanks very much. Goodbye.
CAROLINE:
Bye.

🔥 Answer key (đáp án và giải thích)

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hostel

Giải thích chi tiết

smiley5 Đáp án là một danh từ (sống ở đâu).

=> Bạn cũng để ý có từ currently (hiện tại) tức mình phải tìm nơi mà ông ấy đang sống, không phải đã sống hay có ý định sống trong tương lai.

smiley5 Khi official hỏi là "and where do you live, Roger?'' là mình biết đáp án sắp tới.

cross Tiếp, Roger nói là ''at the moment I'm looking for a flat to live''

=> Đây là thông tin đánh lạc hướng, bạn có thể điền nhầm là flat bởi bạn nghe thấy at the moment = currently nhưng ý ông ấy nói là hiện tại ông ấy đang tìm, ông ấy chưa sống ở đây

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