FCE Listening Practice Test 27

Part 4

You will hear an interview on the radio with a dog trainer called Jane Fennet. For questions 24-30, choose the best answer (A, В or C).

24. In order for a dog to do what you want,
A it must have a quiet, happy life.
B it must think you are its leader.
C you must give it enough dog biscuits.

25. Why is it bad to let your dog jump all over you when you arrive home?
A because it will take the dog five minutes to calm down
B because your dog should always look after you
C because the dog will think that it is your leader

26. A dog that barks and jumps at visitors
A is trying to make sure you are safe.
B wants to be taken for a walk.
C thinks that you are the boss.

27. If Jane throws a ball for her dog and he doesn’t bring it to her, what does she do?
A She goes to pick up the ball herself.
B She makes the dog bring it to her.
C She tests it to see who is in charge.

28. Jane will ignore a dog
A if it ignores her.
B when it gets into trouble.
C when she’s working with it.

29. Jane says that intelligent dogs
A need less exercise and mental stimulation.
B don’t like being left at home during the day.
C often get angry with their owners.

30. According to Jane, what is the difference between a Doberman and a bulldog?
A The Doberman is more intelligent than the bulldog.
B The bulldog gets bored more easily than the Doberman.
C The bulldog runs more slowly than the Doberman.

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