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IELTS Listening

Time: Approximately 09 minutes


  • Answer all the questions.
  • You can change your answers at any time during the test.


  • There are 10 questions in this test.
  • Each question carries one mark.
  • There are four parts to the test.
  • Please note you will only hear each part once in your actual test. However for familiarisation and practice purposes, this familiarisation test will allow you to listen to each recording multiple times.
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IELTS Listening Part 2

Questions 11-16

Choose the correct letter A, B or C.

11 When was Eyesaver founded?
  • 15 years ago

  • 30 years ago

  • 60 years ago

12 What was the original aim of the program?
  • to offer common equipment

  • to offer medication to children with eye diseases

  • to offer operational help to people who had eye problems

13 The main funding comes from
  • monthly donation.

  • donation from rich people.

  • money collected on the street.

14 What does the speaker expect listeners to provide?
  • glasses for the patients

  • money donation

  • voluntary work

15 What is the main purpose of this program?
  • to show people their donation can make a difference

  • to show people how easily eye problems can be cured

  • to educate people about common eye diseases

16 Eyesaver advertises for the program through
  • computers.

  • recordings.

  • training.

Questions 17-20

What role does each of the following organisations play for the development of Eyesaver?

17 National Vision Funding Group

18 Eye for the Future

19 Sam's Eyecare Institution

20 Youth Health

gain more donation

involve more children in need

earn support from colleges

help look for equipment manufacturers

take the reputation to a higher level

recruit and support staff


Question Correct Answer
11 30 years ago
12 to offer common equipment
13 money collected on the street.
14 glasses for the patients
15 to show people their donation can make a difference
16 recordings.
17 take the reputation to a higher level
18 help look for equipment manufacturers
19 earn support from colleges
20 recruit and support staff