IELTS Preparation Series 3, Episode 19: Labelling a Flow Chart
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welcome to Study English, IELTS Preparation. I'm Margot Politis.
One of the skills in the listening test is listening for specific information. Here's
a story about a process - making spectacles - or glasses.
People like my frames because they're individually made for them, they're uniquely Australian,
there's an air of exclusivity about it, and they're fun to wear. My name's Roger Henley, I'm a spectacle frame-maker
in Adelaide. I'm one of three in Australia that produces hand-made spectacle frames.
My interest in frame-making started in 1978 when, as an apprentice optical mechanic, I
felt I could make spectacle frames. So in 1987 I actually left my job and started a
business of making spectacle frames.
The frame-making process, in brief, involves over 50 steps. I'll just go through a few
of them. The first step is to mill the front out on a CAD milling machine. It then has
a heat-sink joint inserted into the frame front. It is then heated in an oven to its
memory set point, which is 110 degrees C, and then placed in a mould which then gives
it its curvature or meniscus on the frame.
There's a lot of information there, and sometimes it's hard to hear the specific thing you're
listening for. How can you prepare for this? First - listen for the key words in the question.
Look at this question:
Who is Roger Henley?
The key words are 'who' and 'Roger Henley'. So listen for the name Roger Henley in the