Gathering information from the public is an important way to help people and companies make decisions about topics of their interest.
Surveys can help decide what needs changing, where money should be spent, what products to purchase, what problems there might be, or lots of other questions you may have at any time.
The best part about surveys is that they can be used to answer any question about any topic.
You will hear a man asking a woman questions for a survey. Write down the answers to the questions he asks. You will hear the listening twice.
Click here to listen (If it does not work, right-click the link and then “Save Link As”)
1.How long will the survey take?
2.Does she have a TV?
3.What is her name?
4.What’s her address?
5.What’s her telephone number?
6.Where is she from?
7.Where was she born?
8.Where does she live now?
9.When was she born?
10.Is she married?
11.What does she do?
12.Where does she work?
1.A few minutes 2.Yes 3.Anne Wylder 4.40, Paine Road, Liverpool 5.051 22 063 6.America 7. New York 8.Liverpool 9.September 9, 1949 10.No, she’s single 11.She’s a Doctor 12.At University Hospital.