Listening or reading about people’s trips and travel experiences is fairly common in the B2 First Exam. Practice your listening skills with these practice questions for Part 1 of the Listening paper where all the extracts you will hear are related to travel.
You will hear people talking in eight different situations. For each question you will hear the audio twice. For questions one to eight you need to choose the best answer from three options A, B or C.
You will hear a young man talking about travelling the world.
How did he initially feel about the idea of travelling the world?
excited to finally be able to go
concerned about finding work
didn’t have high expectations
You will hear a young woman talking about her trip to Japan.
What is she most excited about?
visiting historic places
experiencing the culture
learning the language
You will hear a woman talking about her flight.
Why is she nervous about the flight?
She’s scared of flying
She’s worried something will go wrong
Her suitcase is broken
You will hear a woman talking about her recent trip.
What is the main purpose of the trip?
a business meeting
You will hear a man talking about his trip to India.
What did he find surprising?
the quality of the food
the chaotic streets
You will hear a man talking about his recent trip around the world.
What convinced him to travel the world?
he received some money
his neighbours stories
things he had seen on TV
You will hear a woman talking about her trip to Spain.
What was her favourite thing about Spain?
You will hear a man talking about his travels around Asia.
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