Globalization Listening Exercise

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Globalization 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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Globalization Listening Exercise

You will hear part of an interview about trying to fix globalization.

1. How long did the first ex-worker spend working at the factory?

2. How many tires did the factory produce per day, approximately?

3. According to Jim O’Neil, how many people around the world have seen their lives improved by globalization?

4. How many people worked at the factory, at its peak?

5. How much less money is Wayne now earning?

6. Looking at the graph of world incomes, incomes did not go up between the 75th percentile and… which percentile?

7. Which three of the following statements is true?


 

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