Listening Full Test 9 - Section 1

SECTION 1 Questions 1–10
Questions 1–6
Complete the form below.

Application Form for use of Library Internet Service

Existing cardholder?Yes
Family name:Milton
First names:1 ……………….. Jayne
Address:2 ………………..

35 Maximilian Way
Post Code:………………..

(works the 4 ………………..)
Home phone:N/A
Mobile:0412 214 418
Type of ID:………………..
ID number:AZ 1985331
Date of Birth:25th ………………..

Questions 7 and 8
Choose TWO letters, A–E.
What will the woman use the internet for?

       trade & exchange
C        email
      social networking
E        job vacancies

Questions 9 and 10

     How much does it cost to register as an internet user?
10     What is the maximum amount of time allowed per single daily internet session?


1. Lynda
2. Unit 15 / Unit fifteen
3. 5577
4. night shift
5. swipe card
6. September 1975 / Sept 1975
7.&8. A
C (in either order)
9. fifteen dollars / $15 / 15 dollars
10. 60 minutes/sixty minutes/one hour/1 hour


Section 1
You will hear a conversation between an assistant librarian and a woman who wants to use the internet in the library. First, you have some time to look at questions 1 to 6.
[20 seconds]
You will see that there is an example that has been done for you. On this occasion only the conversation relating to this will be played first.
WOMAN: Good morning, I’d like to register to use the internet in the library.
MAN: Do you have a library card?
WOMAN: Yes, I’ve been a member for 6 months but I’ve never used the internet services before.
The woman already has a library card, so Yes has been written in the space. Now we shall begin. You should answer the questions as you listen because you will not hear the recording a second time. Listen carefully and answer questions 1 to 6.
WOMAN: Good morning, I’d like to register to use the internet in the library.
MAN: Do you have a library card?
WOMAN: Yes, I’ve been a member for 6 months but I’ve never used the internet services before.
MAN: No problem. Can I have your full name please?
WOMAN: Lynda Jayne Milton.
MAN: So, Milton is your surname?
MAN: And Linda, L-i-n-d-a?
WOMAN: Well, no, actually it’s L-Y-N-D-A.
MAN: Lynda … Jane.
WOMAN: And, erm, Jane isn’t spelt J-a-n-e either. It’s J-A-Y-N-E.
MAN: Okay, got that …thank you. Now, where do you live, Lynda?
WOMAN: Unit 15, 35 Maximilian Way.
MAN: That’s in Whitfield, right? I have a cousin who lives in that area.
WOMAN: Yes, Whitfield.
MAN: And the postcode is double seven double five?
WOMAN: Not quite – you’ve got it round the wrong way. It’s double five double seven.
MAN: Whoops, okay, moving on now … Do you work or are you at home during the day?
WOMAN: Well, both, actually. I work as a nurse but I’m on permanent night shift.
MAN: Oh, I see. In that case, we won’t put down your home phone number because I’m sure you don’t want to be disturbed when you’re trying to sleep.
WOMAN: Thanks, I appreciate that – you can always leave a message on my mobile if you have to contact me. I have it turned off when I’m sleeping, but I regularly check my voicemail for messages.
MAN: And that number is?
WOMAN: 0412 214 418
MAN: Good. Now I’ll need to see some form of photo ID – have you got something with you?
WOMAN: Yes, just a minute, here’s my swipe card for the hospital.
MAN: Thank you. I just need to make a note of the number … AZ 1985331
WOMAN: Is that all you need?
MAN: Just one more thing – your date of birth – but I can get that from the card. One moment …
WOMAN: Look – I’m afraid you haven’t copied it down correctly. I was born on the 25th September, 1975.
MAN: What have I written? Oh yes, I see it now, I’ve got the 25th of the eighth month, but that would make it August … Thanks for spotting the mistake.
Before you hear the rest of the conversation, you have some time to look at questions 7 to 10.
[20 seconds]
Now listen and answer questions 7 to 10.
MAN: Well, that’s the application form done – now, I wonder if you’d mind taking part in a survey we’re doing?
WOMAN: That’s fine. What do you want to know?
MAN: Basically, we’re trying to find out why people access the internet. I mean,
what would you be using it for? Social networking, I suppose.
WOMAN: I don’t really think so – I haven’t got the time for something like that. But I do want to keep in touch with friends and family both here and abroad, so I’d mostly be making use of my email account.
MAN: I see. A lot of students come in here to do research – is that something that you might be doing?
WOMAN: I think the internet is a great tool for research but it’s not something that interests me at the moment.
MAN: What about checking out a new job?
WOMAN: A lot of my friends use the internet for job hunting and they say it’s the best way to look for a new position – I’m quite settled where I am, though. You can get access to the other classifieds, can’t you? Trade and exchange, that kind of thing …
MAN: Yes, and I’m told it’s a very popular way of buying and selling these days.
WOMAN: Well, I’ll definitely be using it for that.
MAN: Thanks a lot. Now, do you have any questions?
WOMAN: Is there a charge for the service?
MAN: It used to be free but we’ve decided to set a one-off payment of fifteen dollars for the initial registration.
WOMAN: Oh, that’s not bad at all. One more thing … is there a time limit for each session, like half an hour or something?
MAN: Oh, it’s better than that – one 60-minute session per day – quite generous really. But we’re very strict about it.
WOMAN: I’d rarely spend more than 45 minutes on the internet at any one time so that’ll be more than enough. Thank you.