Maple Syrup IELTS Listening Test with answers and audio
Maple Syrup IELTS Listening answers, audio, pdf & transcript
A new IELTS listening test part 4 from Cambridge IELTS 17 Listening test 4 Maple Syrup IELTS Listening test answers and audioscript
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What is maple syrup?
- made from the sap of the maple tree
- added to food or used in cooking
- colour described a
- colour described as 31.
- very 32. compared to refined sugar
The maple tree
- has many species
- needs sunny days and cool nights
- maple leaf has been on the Canadian flag since 1964
- needs moist soil but does not need fertiliser as well
- best growing conditions and 33. are in Canada and North America
Early maple sugar producers
- made holes in the tree trunks
- used hot 34. to heat the sap.
- used tree bark to make containers for collection
- sweetened food and drink with sugar
Today’s maple syrup
- Tree trunks may not have the correct 35. until they have been growing for 40 years.
- The changing temperature and movement of water within the tree produces the sap.
- A tap is drilled into the trunk and a 36. carries the sap into a bucket.
- Large pans of sap called evaporators are heated by means of a 37.
- A lot of 38. is produced during the evaporation process.
- ‘Sugar sand’ is removed because it makes the syrup look 39. and affects the taste.
- The syrup is ready for use.
- A huge quantity of sap is needed to make a 40. of maple syrup.