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موضوعات مطالب
preparation tips from high achievers (۱)
آمادگی جهت امتحان (۳٧)
آمادگی جهت امتحان آیلتس (۸٠)
آمادگی جهت امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک (۱)
آمادگی جهت امتحان آیلتس در امارات متحده (۱)
آمادگی جهت امتحان ایلتس (٥)
آموزش راْیگان (۱٩)
آموزش راْیگان آیلتس (٦٦)
آموزش راْیگان ایلتس (۱)
آموزش راْیگان رایتینگ آیلتس (٢)
آیلتس آکادمیک (۳)
آیلتس جنرال (٢)
آیلتس سازمان سنجش (۱)
استاد آیلتس (٩٧)
استاد ایلتس (٢)
استاد ایلتس یلتس (۱)
استراتژی 4c (۱)
امتحان در انگلستان (٦)
اندونزی (۱)
انشاء (۱)
انشاء آیلتس (۱)
ایتالیا (۱)
ایران و رومانی (۱)
تاپیک آیلتس (۱)
تایلند (۱)
تجربه موفق امتحان آیلتس (۳)
تجربه یک دانشجو (۳)
تجربه یک دانشجو ی آیلس (۱)
تست اسپیکینگ (٥)
تست اسپیکینگ در ایران (۱)
تست اسپیکینگ آیلتس (٧)
تست اسپیکینگ آیلتس در تایوان (۱)
تست اسپیکینگ آیلتس در عربستان سعودی (۱)
تست اسپیکینگ آیلتس در ویتنام (۱)
تست اسپیکینگ ایلتس (۱)
تست اسپیکینگ در استرالیا (۱)
تست اسپیکینگ در انگلستان (۱)
تست پاکستان (٢)
تست واقعی (٧)
تصحیح اینترنتی رایتینگ (۱)
تصحیح رایتینگ (۱)
ثبت نام (۱)
ثبت نام آیلتس (٢)
جزوه نوشتن رایتینگ (۱)
چگونه در آیلتس 85 گرفتم (٢)
دانلود رایگان (۸)
دانلود رایگان آیلتس (٢)
دانلود رایگان د رایگان (۳)
رایتینگ آیلتس (۱)
زمانهای امتحانات آیلتس تهران (۱)
سازمان سنجش (۱)
سریلانکا (۱)
لهستان (۱)
مالزی (٢)
موضوع (۱)
موضوع رایتینگ (۱)
موضوع رایتینگ اسپیکینگ (۱)
نحوه آمادگی برای کسب بیشترین نمره آیلتس (۱)
نمونه آموزشی رایتینگ آکادمیک (۱)
نمونه امتحان آیلتس در ایران (۳)
نمونه امتحان آیلتس در فیلیپین (۱)
نمونه امتحان آیلتس در مالزی (۱)
نمونه تست رایتینگ و اسپیکینگ (٢)
نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس آکادمیک (۱)
نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس برای تاپیک می 2011 انگلستان (۱)
نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس نوشته شده توسط استاد آیل (٢)
نمونه رایتینگ تسک آیلتس نوشته شده توسط استاد آیل (۱)
نمونه رایتینگ تسک 1 آیلتس نوشته شده توسط استاد آیل (۱)
نمونه نوشته شده رایتینگ آکادمیک (۱)
نمونه نوشته شده رایتینگ آیلتس (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس (۳۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک در نیجریه (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در آلمان (٤)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در آمریکاl (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در ارمنستان و اسپانیا (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در استرالیا (۳)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در استرالیا و مالزی (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در استرالیا و سریلا (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در استرلیا (٦)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در استرلیا مالزی و ویتن (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در استرلیا و اندونزی (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در الجزیره (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در انگلستان (٤)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در اکوادور (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در ایران (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در بحرین (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در برزیل (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در بلغارستان (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در بنگلادش (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در بوسنی (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در پاکستان (۳)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در چین (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در دبی (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در دبی در استرالیا (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در دبی در مصر (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در دوبی (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در روسیه (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در روسیه سیه (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در رومانی (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در سریلانکا (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در سریلانکا (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در سنگاپور (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در عربستان (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در فرانسه (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در فیلیپین (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در قزاقستان (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در مالزی (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در مصر (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در مکزیک (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در نامیبیا (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در هلند (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در هند (٧)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در ویتنام (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان آیلتس در کویت (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان ایلتس در هند (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان در استرالیا (۱)
نمونه واقعی امتحان در استرالیا آیلتس (٢)
نمونه واقعی امتحان در استرالیاآیلتس (٤)
نمونه واقعی امتحان دزآمریکا آیلتس (۱)
نونه سوالات (۱)
نکات گرفتن نمره 85 آیلتس (۱)
نکات مهم امتحان آیلتس از زبان کسی که نمره 85 گرفته (۱)
آرشیو مطالب
نویسندگان
آمار و امكانات
تعداد بازدیدها :
افراد آنلاین :
اضافه كردن به علاقمندی ها
خانگی سازی
ذخیره صفحه
تبلیغات

Our anonymous friend from Dubai shared all she remembered about the IELTS exam she recently took:

Listening test

Section 1. A conversation about a birthday party and two options to choose from in terms of food and cost.

Section 2. Labeling switches of water heater in a hotel room.

Section 3. Comparison of ecological courses and lectures in two different universities including the length of the course, trips and so on.

Section 4. Archeological diggings of Roman ruins and artifacts found around Europe.

Reading test

Passage 1. Experiments on animals using natural curing techniques.

Passage 2. About a writer, who wrote some books on management techniques, and boss / employee behavior patterns.

Passage 3. Archiving by the help of the internet, its drawbacks and researches about how long the information be available on the internet.

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a report)

There was a bar chart showing the amount of magazines sold per person in 5 countries in 1995, 2005 and predictions for 2015.

Writing task 2 (an essay)

Even though developing countries receive financial help, poverty is still an issue. Some say they should be receiving other kind of help, to eliminate poverty. To what extent do you agree or disagree? Give examples and suggest what other form of help can be offered.

Speaking test

Interview

- What is your name?
- Where do you live?
- Is it a village or a city?
- Do you like the place? Why?
- How long have you been living there?
- How do you organize your time?
- What do you do in your leisure time?
- What would you do if you had more free time?
- Have you learned how to organize your time?
- Describe one of your methods.
- What do you prefer, to watch a film at home or in the cinema? Why?
- What type of shows did you prefer when you were child and what shows do you like now?
- What do you think about video games for children?
- What do you think about children’s games and sport?
- Which are better: indoor or outdoor sports?
- What sport is the best for children?
- Have you spent much time with children?

Cue Card

Tell me about a child you know. Please say

- How do you know him/her?
- Describe him/her.
- Talk about his/her personality.

Discussion

Don’t remember.

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Our anonymous friend from Dubai shared all she remembered about the IELTS exam she recently took:

Listening test

Section 1. A conversation about a birthday party and two options to choose from in terms of food and cost.

Section 2. Labeling switches of water heater in a hotel room.

Section 3. Comparison of ecological courses and lectures in two different universities including the length of the course, trips and so on.

Section 4. Archeological diggings of Roman ruins and artifacts found around Europe.

Reading test

Passage 1. Experiments on animals using natural curing techniques.

Passage 2. About a writer, who wrote some books on management techniques, and boss / employee behavior patterns.

Passage 3. Archiving by the help of the internet, its drawbacks and researches about how long the information be available on the internet.

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a report)

There was a bar chart showing the amount of magazines sold per person in 5 countries in 1995, 2005 and predictions for 2015.

Writing task 2 (an essay)

Even though developing countries receive financial help, poverty is still an issue. Some say they should be receiving other kind of help, to eliminate poverty. To what extent do you agree or disagree? Give examples and suggest what other form of help can be offered.

Speaking test

Interview

- What is your name?
- Where do you live?
- Is it a village or a city?
- Do you like the place? Why?
- How long have you been living there?
- How do you organize your time?
- What do you do in your leisure time?
- What would you do if you had more free time?
- Have you learned how to organize your time?
- Describe one of your methods.
- What do you prefer, to watch a film at home or in the cinema? Why?
- What type of shows did you prefer when you were child and what shows do you like now?
- What do you think about video games for children?
- What do you think about children’s games and sport?
- Which are better: indoor or outdoor sports?
- What sport is the best for children?
- Have you spent much time with children?

Cue Card

Tell me about a child you know. Please say

- How do you know him/her?
- Describe him/her.
- Talk about his/her personality.

Discussion

Don’t remember.

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IELTS Speaking test in London, UK – May 2011

The Speaking questions below were shared by C who recently took his IELTS exam in London, UK.

Speaking test

Interview

- What is your name?
- Do you work or study?
- Why do you like your job?
- Do you want to continue on the same career path in the future?
- Do you take photographs?
- How popular are photographs in your country?
- Do you buy photographs?

Cue Card

Describe an unusual activity you have done recently. Please say

- What was the activity?
- When did you do it?
- Why did you do it?
- With whom did you do it?

Discussion

- How popular are entertainment centres in your country?
- Do you think entertainment centres are important?
- Do you think children need leisure time?
- How do children need to organize their leisure time?
- Do you think entertainment centres will help a country culture?

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IELTS Writing – Model Answer for an essay (from May 2011 exam in Malaysia)

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The topic below was seen in the Academic IELTS exam in Malaysia, May 2011.

General Training Writing Task 2

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Many people believe that teachers should teach students how to judge right from wrong and how to behave, while others think they should just teach academic subjects. What is your opinion?

You should write at least 250 words.

Model Answer

Teaching is the art of transferring information from one human being to another. A good teacher is someone who can make this process happen smoothly. It is argued that instructors should make efforts to teach not only academic subjects but also those pertaining to basic ethics and proper behaviour. To prove this, the heightened abilities of a teacher to instill ideas and the community-related benefits of morality-based lessons will be analyzed.

Firstly, teachers are trained to communicate ideas effectively and applying these skills to the areas of morality and behaviour is a positive thing. For example, Canadian Catholic schools engage students in lessons that challenge them to clearly distinguish moral choices from immoral ones. As these sorts of lessons are typically part of a spiritual studies program, they are not found in Canadian public schools. Interestingly, Canadian public schools have much higher incidences of youth hostility and drug use and much lower high school graduation rates. Thus, when Canadian Catholic schools are compared to their public counterparts, the effects of the moral and behavioural lessons teachers impart to their students can be clearly seen as beneficial.

In addition to this, standardised classes instructing young people how to behave can help to preserve the values of a community from one generation to the next. Take China as an example. The Chinese education system to this day includes the teachings of Confucius, which stress the honouring of one’s parents. As anyone who has been to China can attest, young people tend to obey the will of their parents regardless of its nature. Thus, the teachings of behaviour by classroom instructors are effective in ensuring the values of a community are upheld from one generation to another.

After looking at how the teaching of behaviour and morality can be efficiently accomplished by teachers and further how these teachings help prevent the erosion of societal values, it is concluded that teachers should instruct students how to judge right from wrong and how to behave. It is hoped global lessons on morality grow increasingly similar in nature in the years to come.

This model answer was written for visitors by an online IELTS instructor and author.

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The speaking questions below were shared by our kind friend E from the Philippines.

Speaking test

Interview

- What is your name?
- Where are you from?
- Do you work or study?
- What is your job?
- What is important to you, the people you work with or your job?
- Do you think you manage your time well?
- How do you manage your time?

Cue Card

Talk about a leisure place in your country that you have visited. Please say

- What place is it?
- Where is it located?
- Who did you go there with?
- What did you do there?

Discussion

- In your country where are young people usually meeting?
- Where were people usually meeting in the past?
- In your country do people spend most of their time inside the house or
outside?
- Is it necessary to have a gym in a business office?
- What is the effect of the gym, is it good or bad for the people working in the office?

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The speaking questions below were shared by our kind friend E from the Philippines.

Speaking test

Interview

- What is your name?
- Where are you from?
- Do you work or study?
- What is your job?
- What is important to you, the people you work with or your job?
- Do you think you manage your time well?
- How do you manage your time?

Cue Card

Talk about a leisure place in your country that you have visited. Please say

- What place is it?
- Where is it located?
- Who did you go there with?
- What did you do there?

Discussion

- In your country where are young people usually meeting?
- Where were people usually meeting in the past?
- In your country do people spend most of their time inside the house or
outside?
- Is it necessary to have a gym in a business office?
- What is the effect of the gym, is it good or bad for the people working in the office?

ارسال شده توسط استاد آیلتس در ساعت ٥:٢٩ ‎ب.ظ | نظرات شما ()

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Today we are sharing some ideas for writing an essay on the topic below, which was recently seen in the IELTS exam in Saudi Arabia. Below you will find a list of arguments that can be used in your own essay.

The arguments are independent, and you can use any or all of them.

Writing task 2 topic

Some say that public health is important and there should be more sports facilities. Others say that they have small impact on individuals. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task and write at least 250 words.

Introduction

Public health has been the primary concern not only for civilians but also for governments around the globe. However, when it comes to measures of its improvement, views differ greatly.

View 1 – arguments

1. Since sports facilities are of great benefit to citizens’ physical health, it is absolutely necessary and wise to enhance their numbers for the sake of the improvement of public health.

2. Sports facilities that are easily found and controlled can provide great convenience to people who have paucity of time to take physical exercises more flexibly.

3. Sports facilities are particularly welcomed by senior citizens and youngsters whose health is vital to the whole society. Therefore, more sports facilities should be built to meet the great demand of citizens of all ages.

4. There is no doubt that taking regular physical exercise reduces the incidence of obesity and heart diseases to some extent, so that increasing the number of sports facilities in the local communities can help some people to establish an active lifestyle, thereby improving their health condition.

View 2 – arguments

1. It is a fact that only a minority of people utilize facilities at sports centres to keep fit, which means the vast majority of people do not benefit from this programme.

2. Some people argue that the use of sports facilities is restricted by time, seasons and location. Therefore, they are not suitable for all citizens, especially those working from 9am till 5pm.

3. Modern diseases are triggered by various factors, such as eating unhealthy food and neglecting regular checkups. Hence, it is recommended that governments and health authorities put health education among the masses high on their agenda and raise public awareness on health issues. This can be accomplished by delivering information on how to lead a healthy life to every household, and putting stringent regulations on the fast food industry.

Opinion

Improving public health requires a combined effort and no single action can resolve the problem effectively. In addition, although solving the problem is not insurmountable, yet a long term commitment by both individuals and governments is required.

Vocabulary

paucity, stringent, vital, incidence, obesity, triggered, advocate, accomplish, neglecting, insurmountable

 

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General Training Writing Task 2

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Reducing global environmental damage should be handled by governments rather than individuals. To what extent do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your answer and provide relevant examples from your own experience.

You should write at least 250 words.

Model Answer

The rate at which the Earth is being damaged through human activity is alarming. As awareness of this disturbing situation grows, actions are increasingly being taken to meet the challenge. Although world governments play key roles in the question of environmental health, it is strongly disagreed that their environmental efforts negate those of individuals. I will use both a personal experience I have had as well as non-government inspired initiatives undertaken in my country to illustrate this position.

Firstly, the sizeable contribution an individual can make in the world’s attempt to cleanse itself should not be underestimated. I feel the changes I have made to my own lifestyle act as a good example here. Four years ago, I made a conscious effort to start taking the subway to work instead of driving after realizing I had been burning an entire tank of gas every week. The effect of this small change over the course of four years became magnified when I realized I had refrained from burning more than two hundred full car tanks of gas! Thus, although there are many things that governments can do to help fight environmental damage, the individual still plays a huge role.

In addition to this, many non-government related entities have also been making inroads in the battle for a cleaner world. For example, at many of the universities in Canada, there are student groups that work to raise awareness of the lifestyle changes people can make to better help the environment. These independent groups help put a face to a message and really push people to alter themselves for the benefit of the natural world. As this makes clear, projects aimed at preserving the Earth do not have to be government-run to make a difference.

As my experiences show, the world’s governments should not solely handle the issue of global environmental damage. It is hoped that the future sees more people contribute to this cause in any way they can.

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Shared by our kind friend B here comes the recent Academic IELTS test from Nigeria:

Listening test

Section 1. A recording about hiring a campervan for vacation.

Questions: filling a form, the missing fields included the phone number, preferred means of contact, the capacity of a van, the facilities in the van and so on.

Section 2. Discussion between a teacher and his student on a project work.

Questions: about the presentation and the setting of stage for the program.

Section 3. A lecture on importance and benefits of using manure in agriculture in India.

Section 4. Don’t remember.

Reading test

Passage 1. About the new way of shopping introduced by Saunders, including the way customers go about shopping.

Questions: matching headings to paragraphs, filling in the blanks, True/False/Not Given.

Passage 2. About using reeds (tall grass) to purify water in the rural areas.

Questions: Multiple choice, diagram labeling (description for the planting of reeds).

Passage 3. About Research into how computer games were invented. Discussion on both the merits and demerits of video games.

Questions: matching headings, True/False/Not Given, filling in the blanks.

Writing test

Writing Task 1 (a report)

There was a table supplied with information about expenses per week of a retiree, a single person and couple in Australia.

Writing task 2 (an essay)

Reducing the global environmental damage should be handled by the governments rather than individuals. To what extent do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your answer and provide relevant examples from your own experience.

Speaking test

Interview

- What is your name?
- Where are you from?
- Do you like outdoor activities?
- What are your favorite outdoor activities?
- What are the people in your area known for?
- Do you think people do more of housework these days in your country?
- What were the chores you have helped with as a child?
- Do you think children should be taught and introduced to housework early in life?

Cue Card

Talk about a successful small company you know. Please say

- What is the name of the company?
- How did you come to know about it?
- Why do you think it is successful?
- What do they do to make it successful?

Discussion

- What things need to be changed to improve economic conditions in your country?

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Below you will find the Speaking questions shared by our kind friend P who took her test in Australia:

Speaking test

Interview

- What is your name?
- Are you a student?
- Would you like to continue your studies in the future?
- Have you made any art or handicraft items in your childhood?
- Please describe them.
- What weather do you like most? Why?
- How is Australian weather different from Indian weather?
- The weather is changing every year, is it happening in your country as well?
- Who do you think is responsible for this?

Cue Card

Talk about a journey you would like to take outside of your country in the future. Please say

- Where would you like to go to?
- Why have you selected this location?
- Who would you like to accompany you?

Discussion

- Do you agree that it is beneficial to visit different countries with different cultures?
- What are the qualities a traveler should possess?

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IELTS Writing – Model Answer for an essay (from the May 2011 exam in UK)

The topic below was seen in the Academic IELTS exam in UK, May 2011.

General Training Writing Task 2

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Some people believe that universities are producing more graduates than needed, and that less emphasis should be placed on university education. Others are of a different opinion. Discuss both views and include your own opinion.

You should write at least 250 words.

Model Answer

As the world develops, the opportunity to achieve a tertiary education is becoming more widespread. This has led many to question whether larger numbers of university graduates is a positive trend. However, others counter than university does more than simply provide employment opportunities. Both of these arguments will be analysed before a reasoned conclusion is reached.

On the one hand, many feel the rising number of university graduates today causes more harm than good. For example, graduates from Canadian universities are having to wait for employment simply because there are no working opportunities for them to engage in. Despite this, Canadian labour-related job openings are booming. This example shows a disparity that is common in many parts of the world and makes clear that achieving a higher education can actually be the precursor to unemployment. Thus, it is understandable why many support the argument that less emphasis should be put on garnering a university education.

However, in contrast to this stance, there are those who believe higher education provides more to people than simply job related skill sets. For instance, the analytical skills honed by university graduates in the United States give them a heightened perception and deeper understanding of the world. Although this benefit does little by way of professional development, it gives people the chance to develop and challenge themselves personally. This makes it is clear why many do not agree with reducing the enthusiasm for higher education.

After analysing these stances on university, it is felt the argument to lessen educational emphasis holds little water. It is hoped the world continues to push its young people towards the challenges offered through higher learning.

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The topics and questions below were shared by S, who took his IELTS exam in Bahrain recently. S didn’t remember much about listening and reading, but he did remember the questions from writing and speaking.

Listening test

Section 1. A conversation between a man and a woman on participation in a new course.

Section 2. A conversation of two students about their project.

Sections 3 and 4. Don’t remember.

Reading Test

Passage 1. Several advertisements.

Passages 2-4. Don’t remember.

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a letter)

A friend is having a party at home and asked you to help him/her in the preparation. Write a letter and say

- How would you help him/her?
- What will you bring to the party?
- When will you be free to see him/her?

Writing Task 2 (an essay)

Some people believe that keeping pets is beneficial while others believe it is a bad idea. Discuss both views and include your own opinion.

Speaking test

Interview

- What is your name?
- Can I see your ID?
- Tell me about the apartments you live in.
- What are the advantages of living in it?
- What changes will you do there to make it your home?
- Do people keep birds in your area?
- Do people kill birds in your country?

Cue card

Describe a music event that you saw live or on TV. Please say

- What was the event about?
- How did you find out about it?
- Why was it so interesting?

Discussion

- What do you think about the popularity of music amongst children?
- Is Western music popular in your country?
- What is the long term impact of listening to Western music?

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The IELTS exam below was shared by G from China – thanks for your help.

Listening test

Section 1. About a hotel that requires new design or redecoration.

Section 2. A student was asking his teacher for suggestions regarding his project on the use of recycling for environmental protection.

Section 3. An introduction for sports center members, including description of the facilities in the sports center and their training effects.

Section 4. A change in production process and its effect on a new kind of clothes fabric.

Reading test

Passage 1. Nobel’s story.

Passage 2. The effect of bees on the environment and the impact honey makes on people who use it as food.

Passage 3. About the corporate culture and management models in different companies.

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a report)

We were given bar charts describing sales of the “fair trade” products in the UK (coffee, tea, honey, coca, and bananas).

Writing task 2 (an essay)

Some people think that foreign visitors should be charged more than locals when they visit culture and tourist attractions in a country. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

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The speaking questions below were shared by our kind friend N, who took his IELTS exam in Iran recently.

Speaking test

Interview

- Do you work or study?
- What do you like about your job?
- Do you like your job or people you work with?
- Have you ever collected things?
- Why do people like to collect things?
- In your country, what are the things that people usually collect?
- Do you like animals?
- What animals do you like?
- Do people keep animals in your country? What kind?
- What kind of wild animals do you like? Why?

Cue Card

Talk about an adventurous person in your life. Please say
- Who is this person?
- How do you know him/her?
- What kind of risks does he/she take?

Discussion

- Are you an adventurous person?
- Do people take more risks now than in the past?
- Do you think people take more intellectual risks or physical risks?
- Why do some people like to take risks?
- Why don’t most people like to take risks?
- Do you think government should support people who take risks and lose?

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