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you.all the recordings will be played once.only the test is in four sections at the.end of the test you will be given ten.minutes to transfer your answers to an.answer sheet.you.now turn to section 1 section 1 you will.hear an interviewer asking an.interviewee called Li to do a.questionnaire on residency in the north.first you have some time to look at.questions 1 to 5.you.you.you.you.you.you.you.you will see that there is an example.which has been done for you on this.occasion only the conversation relating.to this will be played first.excuse me yes I was wondering if you.could spare a few minutes to do a.questionnaire on your residency here in.the north it won't take long.no that's fine lovely first of all may I.get some information about yourself okay.may I know your name and age my name is.Lee and I'm 19 years old now Lee says.that he is 19 years old now.so 19 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 1.2 5.excuse me yes I was wondering if you.could spare a few minutes to do a.questionnaire on your residency here in.the north it won't take long.no that's fine lovely first of all may I.get some information about yourself okay.may I know your name and age my name is.Lee and I'm 19 years old now great and.could I ask what your job is are you a.student actually I'm going to continue.my study in business management next.month but at the moment I'm a Salesman.by profession oh right and how long have.you been living here in the north well I.have been in this city since I was three.years old but my family and I had lived.in the East for seven years at first now.I am 19 so I have spent about nine years.living here till now great which part of.the northern area do you live in.I live in Spring Park have you heard of.it yes of course.so what about your accommodation do you.live in a house or a flat or something.similar I used to live with my family in.a big house and now I'm living in an.apartment with two of my friends who are.my colleagues as well alright and one.more question what means of transport.will you take when you need to go.somewhere if it's not too far away I'd.prefer to go on foot or by bicycle if.there is a long way to go I take the.train or sometimes a cab I rarely take.buses because I think the most important.things to keep in mind are time and.comfort great thanks.before you hear the rest of the.conversation you have some time to look.at questions six to ten.you.you.you.you.you.you.now listen and answer question six to.ten.now let's go to the second part of my.question ere I'd like you to tell me how.often do you dine out is it once a week.or several times a year I'm afraid.neither of those options agree with me I.don't often go out for dinner maybe once.a month every week just seems too often.for me okay then where do you usually go.for recreation I often go to places that.other people go to I sometimes go.clubbing after work you know there are.some fantastic clubs nearby and if you.do not have to work during the day will.you go for a show or something you know.there is a newly built theater that.opened last month in Spring Park but I.rarely go there because it's too.expensive I prefer to go to the cinema.to see some of the latest movies do you.like doing sports and what is your main.form of exercise I like swimming and I.go to the gym occasionally but I spend.most of my spare time sailing alright.last question have you taken any.part-time courses yes because I'm really.keen on cartoons I'm doing a Japanese.course during the weekends but I'm still.a beginner Wow what a special language.most people I know would like to learn.Spanish or Latin you must be brilliant.well thank you very much for your time.no problem bye.that is the end of section one you now.have half a minute to check your answers.you.you.you.you.you.you.you.you.now turn to section 2 section 2.you'll hear a talk about tourism in the.mining community first you have some.time to look at questions 11 to 15.you.you.you.you.you.now listen carefully and answer.questions 11 to 15.hello I am delighted to welcome you to.our mining community and very pleased.that you're interested in the ores and.pits of this area I think you'll be.pleasantly surprised with your special.experience here now let me start by.giving you some warnings on safety rules.and regulations rule number one always.wear safety equipment there is a litany.of safety equipment that mining workers.use for their protection from helmets to.safety glasses and gloves it is.essential that all workers were the.necessary safety equipment at all times.there have been countless stories of.workers being saved by helmets which are.the hard hats that you can see on the.shelf beside you so visitors wearing.helmets is mandatory in the mining area.although you are free to take them off.when you're in the mining museum and.picnic area you won't need to pay any.deposit though you should return them to.the counter once you finish the visit.the helmets are offered in all sizes so.choose a suitable one alright our mining.community is currently being refurbished.for some of the main area so please make.a note of that and you'll know what to.look out for so when you go in or out of.the mine please pay attention to the.road for it has just been repaired.because of the rough surface and can be.really slippery since it's still wet the.history and process of tin mining are.complicated and involve a lot of special.words but here you will see how it was.and still is done after a short five to.ten minute walk visitors can track round.a numbered route with clear explanations.most of the tour is in the open air so.nice weather helps all areas are clearly.posted with signs but if you have.problems traveling around or climbing up.and down you can turn to the staff here.and we are happy to help if you're.interested Blue Hills tin stream is a.working water powered tins streaming.mill that gives visitors a very clear.idea of how difficult it is to get tin.out of Rock I hope you'll enjoy the.informative indoor presentation and this.self-guided tour but you have to bear.one thing in mind that smoking is.forbidden throughout the whole.community though you can take phones and.of course use them you'll also be.surprised that there will be more than.just one place to go in the mine the.underground tunnel is now being.refurbished and only relevant workers.can access it but it will soon be all.finished and I believe it's a lovely.place for you to explore around don't.forget to wear protective clothing it's.mandatory before you hear the rest of.the talk you have some time to look at.questions sixteen to twenty.you.you.you.you.now listen and answer questions sixteen.to twenty.you.now let's start by seeing where you can.go as you can see on our map in the.brochure I've given you we are here at.the reception block we have a famous.mill which is used for making and.processing materials such as steel and.coal to visit it just go straight ahead.north along the path in front of you and.you'll find it at the end of the path.now towards the east go along the path.from our starting point turn left to the.corner and then turn right there is a.car park at the east end of the lane to.the west there is a museum pass the shop.around the crossroads and it is just.located at the west end of the road and.by the way the shop is specialized in.selling a variety of all related.souvenirs including key rings postcards.tin made Lewis chessmen and even Roman.soldiers which are made from beautiful.pyrites if you are interested in the.laboratory where scientific experiments.analyses and research are carried out it.is situated at the southern part of the.park opposite to the shop I bet you'll.be happy to hear that this laboratory is.also used for gold and crystal.refinement so don't miss this one for.the sake of it I assume by this time.you'll all need some rest and.refreshment so we have an excellent cafe.which caters for delicious food and.beverages at the other side of the road.next to the shop of course if you want.to spend some time in the fresh air we.have a perfect picnic area which is just.right and northeast of the reception.block further east there is a path.leading to the northern part of the park.and at the end of it is the toilet now.most of the visitors would choose to use.the mail box and send the beautiful.postcards to their friends to reach it.just.you.that is the end of section 2 you now.have half a minute to check your answers.you.you.you.you.you.you.you.you.now turn to section 3 section 3 you will.hear two students called Karen and Dave.discussing the assignment for their.biology class first you have some time.to look at questions 21 to 27.you.you.you.you.you.you.now listen carefully and answer.questions 21 to 27 hi Dave as you know.I've asked you to come here today to.discuss the assignment for our biology.class we must decide what we should do.about this very important research work.the Whale survey yeah I was also hoping.to share some ideas with you so let's.start okay.I've dug into some journal articles to.see what sort of questions we should.consider most of them include watching.time and strongly urge it to be the top.concern what do you say yeah.the watching time should be carefully.chosen since I've heard a lot of.unnecessary failures concerning picking.the wrong time when it all went stormy.and murky and then nothing was seen.during the whole field trip I mean they.could have avoided that easily right.then we should also pay close attention.to the sea surface because no one wants.to encounter the failures you just.mentioned I think we'd better hope for.the best.that it will be calm with no choppy.status what about the weather conditions.that definitely should be taken into.account as it correlates with all the.former factors most important of all as.the sighting is made position and.environmental parameters are recorded on.standardized sighting Pro formats.including time visibility position of.the ship using a global positioning.system wind speed and wind direction.shouldn't there be a set limit for the.visibility level say 50 metres cetaceans.are really sensitive to sound they are.able to know that something's coming.after them so they would hide in order.to avoid possible danger so let's make.it 100 metres shall we yeah that might.be better Oh in that case we'd also need.to pay attention to the appearance of.the fishing boats you know for all the.noise that they would make that's right.although observations were regularly.made.we know very little about whale.vocalization and how they use sound in.their behavioral and social interactions.so to understand marine mammals social.interactions.we'll need to use passive acoustic.recordings to track and assess the.individual behaviors of whales as well.as to identify their appearance okay.then what about scales Oh.for each sighting the number of animals.should be counted the group size I mean.also we need to identify the species.possible age and sex of the individuals.before you hear the rest of the talk you.have some time to look at questions 28.to 30.you.you.you.you.now listen and answer questions 28 to 30.speaking of identifying species we need.to find out the unique physical features.of each whale let's start with the sperm.whale the sperm whale is the largest.toothed bail yet it's only a quarter of.that of the blue whale it's unique body.is unlikely to be confused with any.other species and that distinctive shape.comes from its very large block shaped.head which can be one-quarter to.one-third of its length the sperm.whale's flukes are triangular and very.thick it has a series of little bumps on.the back of its fluke instead of having.a dorsal fin the largest bump is called.the hump by whalers and can be mistaken.for a dorsal fin because of its shape.and size then there is the northern.right whale right whales have round.bodies with arching rostrums v-shaped.blowholes and dark grey or black skin.the most distinguishing feature of a.right whale is the rough patches of skin.on its head which appear white due to.Paris itis ISM by whale lice it has no.back fins at all the blue whale's body.can be various shades of blueish grey.dorsally and somewhat lighter underneath.it has a long tapering body that appears.stretched in comparison to the stockier.build of other whales the head is flat.u-shaped and has a prominent ridge.running from the blowhole to the top of.its upper lip lastly are the minke.whales they are the second smallest.baleen whale the minke whale is black.gray or purple in color common minke.whales are distinguished from other.whales by a white band they have on each.flipper their long back and tiny dorsal.fin two-thirds of the way down their.back is quite distinctive.that is the end of section 3 you now.have half a minute to check your answers.you.you.you.you.you.you.you.now turn to section four section four.you will hear part of a lecture about.the biography of samuel-kun art and his.shipping company first you have some.time to look at questions 31 to 40.you.you.you.you.you.you.you.now listen carefully and answer.questions 31 to 40.good morning class in the last few.lectures I've talked about the history.of Technology in the business area but.today I want to use samuel-kun art as.our case study who was a shipping.magnate that founded the Cunard Line now.Cunard was born in Canada when he first.left home he was still a teenager there.and he came into a US company as a.worker and learned how to sail there.during the war of 1812.Cunard volunteered for service in the.second battalion of the Halifax regiment.militia and rose to the rank of captain.he held many public offices such as.volunteer fireman and lighthouse.commissioner and maintained reputation.as not only a shrewd businessman but.also an honest and generous citizen when.he went to England.his friends cooperated with him and.together they coined a shipping company.the company had instant wealth and could.deal with more than one cargo for its.major business was in North America and.the Atlantic from then onwards Cunard.became a highly successful entrepreneur.in British shipping and one of a group.of 12 individuals who dominated the.affairs of England in 1838 the British.government impressed by the advantages.of steam sailing for making regular.passages invited tenders to carry the.transatlantic mails by steamer back then.mail contact through steam ships brought.more punctuality while other types of.ships were always delayed the journey.times were flexible with a transatlantic.crossing lasting for six weeks and with.no fixed times of departure or arrival.so it was never known when the mail.would arrive or since so many sailing.ships founded whether it would arrive at.all what Cunard wanted in line with the.thrusting new technology of the.Victorian age was a maritime extension.of the brand-new timetabled railways on.land Kuhn arts experience in steamship.operation with observations of the.growing rail.network in England encouraged him to.explore the creation of a transatlantic.fleet of steam ships which would cross.the ocean as regularly as trains crossed.land and that's why he went to the.United Kingdom seeking investors in 1837.he set up a company with several other.businessmen to bid for the rights to run.a transatlantic mail service between the.UK and North America for 55,000 pounds.annually for ten years the bid was.successful almost at the same time.Cunard cooperated with an English.businessman and established the British.and North American Royal Mail Steam.Packet company the ancestor of the.Cunard Line in 1840 the company's first.steamship sailed from Liverpool to.Boston Massachusetts with art and.63 other passengers on board marking the.beginning of regular passenger and cargo.service establishing a long unblemished.reputation for speed and safety.ARDS company made ocean liners a success.in the face of many potential rivals who.lost ships and fortunes Cunard ships.proved successful and he then opened.many branches but the high cost saddled.Cunard with heavy debts by 1842 so some.of them went bankrupt but what Cunard.needed then was a port after a lot of.consideration.he finally opted for Boston because he.was very familiar with this city where.he had once worked it fortunately by.1843 Cunard ships were earning enough to.pay off his debts and begin issuing.modest but growing dividends but the.city did more than give Cunard.silverware winters can be tough here in.Boston for example in the year of 1844.one ship sank because of the winter.freeze the ship hit icebergs and caused.a heavy loss to the company then the.Board recommended the company to move to.New York and it was a huge success and.then became one of the biggest US.shipping companies.you.you. art himself made safety his.priority and to this day art has.never been responsible for the loss of a.single passenger or a single mailbag on.the Atlantic run canards conservative.nature enabled his company to see off.rivals and to take a measured and steady.approach when it came to the.introduction of new technology like.radio communication in the early years.of his career canard took a prominent.part in community activities and various.charitable organizations as well as.Merson Tyl affairs which extended.throughout the Atlantic provinces back.then there were hardly any entertainment.facilities on board in order to make.sure that the passengers could have a.comfortable journey newspapers were.printed on board canard was gratefully.remembered for employing his capital in.shipbuilding activities in the hard.times of the 1830s because this.enterprise had circulated money where.there would otherwise be poverty and.stagnation his competitiveness and his.obsession not to waste time were.important characteristics of his.personality prior to 1912 the shipping.line had focused on speed and soon was.renowned for its velocity and safety.although early in life Cunard was.imperious he learned diplomacy and.became a skillful and persuasive.negotiator his contemporaries admired.him for the contribution to.transatlantic communication by the line.popularly called by his name after that.for affluent transatlantic passengers.Cunard brought new levels of luxury to.ocean travel lavish Suites a swimming.pool gymnasium ballroom electricity and.more just like that of luxurious hotels.okay so does anyone have any.that is the end of section 4 you now.have half a minute to check your answers.you.you.you.you.you.you.that is the end of the listening test in.the IELTS test you will now have 10.minutes to transfer your answers to an.answer sheet.[Music].you.

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Do military members have to pay any fee for leave or fiancee forms?

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Is there a Canadian equivalent to form I-9, which all US jobholders must fill out to prove legal residency in the US?

The employers responsibilities are listed here. Employer information - Social Insurance Number (SIN) There is no specific form but the employer would need to record it on their own systems. Note to Quora - This is a Canadian government official web page.

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