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IELTS Listening Test 13 hidden rules (Xiang Jie )

IELTS Listening test, some duck that is very simple, some duck that it is hard. Indeed,
the process of IELTS listening exam will be a lot of "situation." IELTS listening test
targeted at the problems encountered were from the Suzhou Global IELTS Listening
IELTS teacher summed up a set of unspoken rules of examinations 13 dedicated to the
vast number of Suzhou, who roast duck.
1, the order of principle: as long as the IELTS listening test , 40 subjects were all in
strict accordance with the order of appearance.
Second, the principle of what they hear is what you get: For the fill-in, the general had
heard that the immediate need to fill information.
3, the signal word principle: the emergence of each answer before or after the occurrence
will be more obvious reminder of signal words.
4, the answer depends upon the principle: In the question form, the correct answer will
often appear in the final. Of course, the answer does not exclude the possibility of pre-,
for example, that the former is willing to post ratherthan not, the answer should be in
front of the election there have been ratherthan information.
5, similar in principle: In the question form, if the two options looked so much alike, or
mean the opposite, then one of the options must be the correct answer.
6, repeat the principle: In the hearing test, if a message is repeated twice, then this
information must be to be the answer.
7, re-read principle: if the speaker suddenly changes the tone, through re-read to
emphasize certain information, then the repetition of information is the answer.
8, turning principles: a turning point, after the words are often the correct answer, with
particular attention to but.
9, the answer is a compromise in principle: In the question form, if the options are the
figures that are often digital intermediate option is the correct answer.
10, synonymous rewrite the principle: In the multiple choice, the correct answer is often
synonymous rewritten.
11, which gave the principle: In the multiple-choice, the speaker will often refer to the
contents of several options, but often accompanied by some of his own judgments or
choices.
12, new words and principles: in the multiple-choice questions in general, contains the
uncommon word option is often not the right answer.

13, extreme word principle: In the question form, the word containing the extreme
options (such as only, etc.) is generally not the right answer.

First, the principle of the order


As long as the IELTS listening exam , 40 subjects were all in strict accordance with
the order of appearance.

Second, the principle of listening to that obtained


For the fill-in, the general had heard that the need to fill out the direct information.

Third, the principle of signal words


The emergence of each appears before or after, there will certainly be more obvious
reminder of signal words.

Fourth, after the principle of home


In the question form, the right tends to occur in the final. Of course, does not rule out the
possibility of front, for example, rather than that the former is willing to post any, it
should be there before the election rather than in front of the information.

5, similar in principle
In the question form, if the two options looked so much alike, or mean the opposite, then
one of the options must be correct.

6, repeat the principle of


In the listening test, if a message is repeated twice, then this information must be desired.

7, re-read the principles of


If the sudden change in tone of the speaker, through the repetition to emphasize certain
information, then the re-read the message is.

8, turns the principle of


Turning point, after the words are often right, with particular attention to but.

9, compromise the principle of


In the question form, if the options are digital, often digital center of that option is correct.

10, synonymous to rewrite the principles of


In the multiple-choice, the right is often synonymous rewritten.

11, gave the principle of it


In the multiple-choice, the speaker will often refer to the contents of several options, but
often accompanied by some of his own judgments or choices.

12, new words and the principles of


In the multiple-choice questions in general, contains the uncommon option is often not
the right word.

13, the principle of extreme words


In the question form, the word containing the extreme options (such as only, etc.) is
generally not correct.