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IELTS Listening Practice AIDS and HIV Infection

Published on December 3rd, 2017 | Last updated on July 4th, 2019 by | Category: Listening Practice in English | 20 Comments on IELTS Listening Practice AIDS and HIV Infection | 144 Views | Reading Time: 18 minutes

IELTS Listening Practice AIDS

IELTS Listening Practice AIDS

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Writing Activity

  • You should adopt a formal register in your written contributions in the comment form.
  • To give an answer to a question or comment, use the Reply button.
  • In our written activities, we can practice negotiation of meaning (sharing our findings with regard to the selected themes) and negotiation of form (performing peer-reviewed error correction).
  • Put a number before your questions in the comment form successively to refer to them more easily in the class.
  • Your questions should be unique and not previously raised by your classmates in the comment form.


  • You should take equal turns in speaking. The maximum amount of time you can have is 60 seconds.
  • This is a fully organized activity; consequently, all your contributions, including comments, replies, and verbal opinions, must be with direct reference to the assigned topic and its corresponding video. Any irrelevant contribution is strongly frowned upon.
  • You will be stopped if your speech appears to be irrelevant or not supported by evidence.
  • Students leaving comments below will be given priority over others in our informed conversations.

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Topic: Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

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20 comments on “IELTS Listening Practice AIDS and HIV Infection”

    • Thanks for your prompt questions and active participation.
      Some corrections:
      AIDS is not a virus. It is the ultimate state of development of the HIV virus.
      It’s better to consider a space after the question number. That is, “1. How does …”

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