Board Games Listening Exercise

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Board Games listening exercise is a multiple choice type question to practise for the Cambridge English C1 Advanced and IELTS tests as well as the English Language B IB Diploma.

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Board Games Listening Exercise

You will hear part of an interview in which two board game enthusiasts called Sarah Walters and Ed Zander are talking about the renewed popularity of traditional board games.

For questions 1-6, choose the answer (A, B or C) which fits best according to what you hear.

1. Sarah thinks board games are becoming more popular partly

2. Ed thinks game playing will grow in this century

3. In Sarah's opinion, what is the main attraction of board games?

4. When asked if board-gaming is a world-wide phenomenon, Ed

5. Sarah sees the Game of the Year award as

6. When talking about their own collections of board games, Ed and Sarah agree that


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