IELTS HOPECO Listening: Unit 9 - Every drop counts (WB 4-5.5)

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Unit 9 (Track 20) Every drop counts (WB 4-5.5)

Questions 1-5

What comment does the tutor make about each part of the student's essay?
Write the correct letter, A-C, next to Questions 1-5.
NB You may use any letter more than once.
Essay parts
1  the introduction
2  the description of problems caused by the weather
3  the section on weather-control programmes
the description of cloud seeding
the conclusion
  A It is not well organised.
  B It contains information that is not, or may not be, correct.
  C It contains information that is not relevant.

Unit 9 (Track 21) Every drop counts (WB 4-5.5)

Questions 6-10

Complete the flow chart below.
Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.
Cloud seeding
The chemical silver iodide is introduced into a cloud by a rocket or by 6………………
This causes tiny water drops in the cloud to 7 ………………, in a process called static seeding.
Lots of very small pieces of 8 ………………join together in a process called riming.
These fall from the sky, turning to rain or snow.
   A secondary effect, known as dynamic seeding, occurs when water that freezes 9 ………………   
Sometimes this can cause the clouds to grow larger and 10 ………………

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