This lists the songs that were number one in the US on any date from January 1, 1940 to present.
This can sometimes cause problems for candidates (even high-level ones) who cannot automatically recognise the names of the letters in English – perhaps because they missed out on learning English at the very elementary level and their sounds do not match their names.
The ones which most frequently cause trouble are: Quite often you will hear more than date/time/number and the one you need is not the first one you hear.
If you require a band score 7 or above, you should really aim to get 10 out of 10 here – as the questions only get harder.
However, it can be surprisingly easy to make mistakes in this part if you are unprepared.
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To make it harder, sometimes the speaker gives one piece of information and then goes back and corrects it.
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To help you out, I describe some of more problems and explain how to do with numbers addresses and dates listening – the questions everyone should get right.
There is a full part one listening practice at the end.
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