Label and map is usually in the first section or the second section, so it should be one...among the easiest listening questions in the whole test.
So you really don't want to waste any points in this section of the test.
Label or diagram is more complicated, usually in part three or part four, but the same principle.
How can you prepare for this? You use your reading time to look at the map. Okay?
So you get 30 seconds to look at the map, so, it could be a good idea to...
I don't think it's actually possible to predict the answers for all the questions in IELTS, but for the map, it could be helpful.
If you look at the map, you'll know: "Am I listening for shop names? Am I listening for street names?
Am I listening for building names, or numbers? Or is it particular landmarks, like trees, lake, that kind of thing?"
And just knowing what you're listening for will really help you in the...in the map questions, or the...in the map questions.
Also in the map questions, it will really help you to learn directions phrases.
Anything like "across", "opposite", "on the right hand side".
诸如"across", "opposite", "on the right hand side"。
So make sure you study some directions phrases before you take your test, to refresh those all in your memory.
And when we...when we get to a diagram question, these...these ones will be technical vocabulary or technical language, probably language that you're not familiar with.
You haven't heard it before; you don't know it, so, when you're in these...
when you're having this part of the paper, know that you'll be listening out for an unusual word that you don't know.
So don't let that...don't let that be a scary thing, don't let that make you panic or something.
It's meant to be difficult in that way, that it's testing your ability to just find a technical word in the middle of some other long technical thing.