Owning a Horse

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Owning a Horse listening exercise is a free resource to practice for the new IB Diploma English Language B Listening Paper. We add IB resources for all different English skills on a regular basis.

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Owning a Horse for the IB English Language B Listening Test

You will hear a conversation between two friends Peter (first speaker) and Maria talking about owning a horse.

Answer the following questions.

1. Why do horses in the UK need a passport?

2. How long did Maria spend in America?

3. What did the vet think was wrong with Maria’s horse?

4. What does Maria say is the role of a farrier?

5. According to Maria, what is one of the main factors for her horse getting moody?

6. What is the reason for Maria's donkey making so much noise?


 

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