An intensive approach for IELTS Listening – Practice Exercise 34

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An intensive approach for IELTS Listening - Practice 34

Now, let’s learn together: An intensive approach for IELTS Listening – Practice 34.

Listen the sound of the video below carefully.
Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for answer.

Paris Kitchen

lack of variety of food poor quality ___________.


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  • Show an English Listening excersice (includes questions belonging to a certain IELTS Listening Test, for instance, one of IELTS Recent Actual Tests).
  • Display the questions again in order that you could write down your answer (15 seconds per every question).
  • The answer will appear.
  • Display the full audio script: Each word appearing on the screen will be highlighted to help you to be easily follow the lesson. We are also grateful and special thank to well-known bodies like Cambridge, Bristish Council, IDP and many other ones that offer useful and invalueable materials in order that we could create these intriguing videos. Test your English Listening skill via this exercise.

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