Fill in the blanks – In this type of questions, you will hear a recording and after listening, type missing words in each gap. This item type will test your listening and writing skills.
19. Listen the following audio and type missing words in each blank.
Melbourne Writers Festival is Melbourne’s annual, two-week celebration for everyone who reads. The Festival brings together writers from around the world to celebrate _____, explore ideas, and inspire readers through a ______ program of storytelling, conversation, and discussion, intellectual debate, educational programs, live ______, music and art events. The Festival includes events for people of all ages and more than a quarter of the _______ is free. In 2016 MWF will take audiences on a literary tour of Australia and all corners of the globe.
20. Listen the following audio and type missing words in each blank.
Mount Augustus Tourist Park is across the road from the National Park and faces the _______ Mt Augustus. A friendly caravan park with unit accommodation and camping grounds, with hot showers, laundry and a BBQ campers’ kitchen for self ______. Pets are welcome though they must be kept under control so all can have a good holiday. Fuel, basic grocery items, snacks, water and _______ are available at our shop. We also have a tavern license so you can enjoy evenings watching the sunset with a nice bottle.There are no _______ repair services available, so make sure you have enough tools and spares in case of a breakdown.
21. Listen the following audio and type missing words in each blank.
In 1886 in a further Act, Victoria also ______ a policy of removing Aboriginal people of mixed ______ from the Aboriginal stations or reserves to merge into white society. The Board refused ________ to those it expelled from the reserves. This effective separation of communities and family members caused ______ and protest. People like Bessy and Donald Cameron, who lived on the reserve at Ramahyuck, fought to stay together after Victoria’s ‘half-caste’ Act made this _____ in 1886.