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نکات گرفتن نمره 85 آیلتس (۱)
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Success and the kindness of a heart often go hand in hand – which is why these people were happy to share their tips. Quoting from their emails to us:

Pinta Punsoni (IELTS Band 8 ) said:

“Pre-exam practicing and watching movies with subtitles off were my techniques. I also listened to English music a lot and tried to translate the lyrics.”

Anastassiya Lyubich (IELTS Band 7.5) said:

The most important thing during the preparation as I think is practise, practise and practise. I visited special preparation course but more useful was my home practise. I’d been listening to BBC news, BBC radio on-line, CNN, Fox news, etc. I’d read a lot of articles in English and very helpful was the source with magazines in english (www.allyoulike.com) – articles there are interesting and preparation by this way is not boring.

In writing as I was told the most important thing is structure, so check the right structure and organize your essay carefully. If you do so, you even don’t need to count how many words you have (because it is a waste of time on the exam). My tutor helped me to check my written essays: I wrote about 3 essays per day and then gave her to correct them. All mistakes that I’d made I wrote on a separate sheet to avoid repeating them. Very useful thing (if possible) is to look at others people’s mistakes in the writing part and analyse them.

The Speaking part was one of the hardest for me because I hadn’t many English speaking friends, and the only place where I could train my speaking abilities was my tutor’s office. We’d practised a variety of themes with her, but I got on the test an absolutely amazing theme – about… home equipment. I had only one minute to get the scheme of my answer and the drawing of it helped me very much. It takes less than one minute (that is given for preparation) but such a scheme makes up your mind! It can be in the form of a “sun” or some kind of diagram.

In my opinion, if you really want to pass the IELTS test you will do it. The 50% of your victory is your great desire to win! I wish IELTS test takers all the very best!”

Dmitry Shigabutdinov (IELTS Band 8.5) said:

“Thank you for your email, the only techniques I used were:
- Reading the guidelines about the exam carefully and thoroughly: this is very important, knowing what to expect!
- Having a good night sleep before the exam i.e. going to bed early the day before
- Having a nice breakfast and a coffee in the morning

This may sound funny, however it worked pretty well for me, I wish I could have some practice writing structured essays before the exam, then I would have probable scored higher.

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Below are the Writing and Speaking sections shared by our kind friend D, who took an IELTS exam recently in Australia.

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a letter)

Write a letter to a professional photographer who has taken your family photo recently. You liked the photo and would like to ask the photographer to take pictures at your special event. In your letter explain

- why you liked the photograph
- what kind of event you have planned
- what types of photographs you would like the photographer to take

Writing task 2 (an essay)

These days people often feel stressed. What are the reasons for stress in people’s lives? What are the solutions?

Speaking test

Interview

- Tell me your full name, please.
- Where do you live?
- How long have you been staying in this suburb?
- Do you like flowers?
- What purposes do people in your country use flowers for?

Cue card

Talk about a vehicle that you would like to buy. Please say

- What vehicle is that?
- Why do you like it?
- Do you intend to buy this vehicle in future?
- What purpose would you use this vehicle for?

Discussion

- What types of vehicles are used in your community?
- What type of vehicles do people use in your country?
- What is the difference in transport now and in the past?
- What in your opinion causes traffic jams these days?
- What do you think about government funding transportation projects?
- What should be done by the government to improve transportation?

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Below are the topics and questions shared by A, who recently took an IELTS exam in Singapore.

Listening test

Section 1. About burglaries.

Section 2. Directions in a Zoo Safari Park and information about adopting animals.

Section 3. Dialog of two students about engine design.

Section 4. Comparison of children’s development in the past and at present.

Reading test

Don’t remember.

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a letter)

You have attended an event in the local park. Write a letter to the organizers of the event and include the following

- details of the event
- what you enjoyed the most
- what needs to be improved
- make suggestions how to improve.

Writing Task 2 (an essay)

In most parts of the world people are living longer. What are the possible causes of this situation? Is this a negative or positive development?

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General Training Writing Task 2

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Several languages die every year. Many people feel this is a positive trend and that a world with fewer languages promotes harmony and understanding between people. Analyze both sides of this argument and provide your opinion.

You should write at least 250 words.

Model Answer

Many languages around the world die every year, often replaced with more widely spoken dialects. Opinions as to whether this is a positive or negative trend are mixed. On one hand, people feel sharing a common language may help to encourage economical development in the world. However on the other hand, many feel the losing of languages is a negative trend that makes it increasingly difficult to trace humanity’s heritage. Both of these accounts will be examined before a conclusion is reached.

As many attest, the global adoption of a single language can do a lot in promoting economical development. For example, all export companies in China hire English speaking people to help them communicate with foreign buyers. The growth in trade that comes as a result of this effort to speak the world’s language does a lot to create jobs and industries around the world. Thus it can be understood why many people support this point of view.

However, other people would argue that the rapid reduction of the world’s languages is making it increasingly hard to trace where and how people evolved. For example, during colonial times many lesser spoken African languages were replaced with English, French and Dutch. This phenomenon has understandably caused major problems for modern day historians, as these old and forgotten languages render many of the recovered historical records and artifacts indecipherable.

After analyzing both sides of this argument, it is felt that more good comes from the global adoption of a single language than the preservation and practice of older languages. Thus, it is hope the world continues to move towards a single, standardized linguistic system.

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The Speaking questions below were shared by our kind friend J, who took his IELTS exam in Vietnam:

Speaking test

Interview

- Can you tell me your full name?
- Please describe your apartment.
- What do you like about it?
- Is there anything you would like to change in the apartment?
- Is color important when you buy things? Why?
- Do you like dark or light colors? Why?
- How important were colors to you when you were a child?
- Do you like your name?
- Have you ever wanted to change your name?
- Who is the one that usually names a child in your country?
- Tell me about the tradition of giving names in your country.

Cue Card

Talk about a character that you admire from your childhood. Please say

- Who was he/she?
- What was he/she like?
- What did he/she do?
- Explain why you admire this character.

Discussion

- What types of characters do adults usually admire these days? Why?
- Why do people still admire the character even if they know it’s not real?
- What are the characteristics of an actor that is widely admired?
- How much can a character from a movie affect our real life? Why?

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The questions below were shared by our kind friend A who recently took a General Training IELTS exam in Bangladesh.

Listening test

Don’t remember.

Reading test

Passage 1. A number of hotels and their descriptions, each in a separate paragraph.

Questions: matching paragraphs to statements, True/False/Not Given.

Passage 2. Description of a car pool organization from which people can borrow cars when needed.

Questions: filling in blanks, short-answer questions.

Passage 3. About Polynyas, their formation, impact and involvement with climate and sea life.

Questions: matching a paragraph to the statement, finding a paragraph where the question statement is located, filling in blanks, short-answer questions.

Passage 4. Don’t remember.

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a letter)

Recently you have visited a tourist attraction. You enjoyed there, but also had a problem. Write a letter to the manager of the attraction and say:

- What did you like there?
- What problem have you faced?
- What do you suggest to rectify the problem?

Writing Task 2 (an essay)

In many countries crime is increasing. What are the main reasons for this? What can be done to improve the situation? Support your position with relevant examples and include your own experience.

Speaking test

Interview

- What is your full name, please?
- Do you study or work?
- What do you do for living?
- Who is more involved in household activities in your culture?
- Do you do some of it?
- Do you like it?
- Do people like outdoor activities?
- How much time do they spend on outdoor activities?
- How much time do you spend on outdoor activities?
- What do you do after that?

Cue Card

Describe a friend who could be a good leader. Please say

- What is his/her name?
- How did you meet him/her?
- Do people behave differently when he/she is around?
- Why do you think he/she can be a good leader?

Discussion

- In your country culture who are the leaders in the family?
- When a decision needs to be made, who has the last word?
- Do you think managers should seek an employee’s view, before making a decision?
- How is it done in your office?

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Shared by a kind student B (thank you!), here comes a recent Speaking test from Chennai, India:

Speaking test

Interview

- What is your full name?
- Do you work or study?
- What are the major responsibilities in your job?
- Are you happy with your job?
- Would you like to continue doing it in years to come?
- Do you like birds?
- Do birds play a major role in your country?
- Do you want to protect birds? Why?
- What species of birds do you know?
- How often do you see them?

Cue Card

Describe your neighbor. Please say

- Who is that person?
- How long do you know him/her?
- How often do you meet him/her?
- Please describe him/her.

Discussion

- Why do we need to have good relationship with neighbors?
- What are the advantages of having neighbors?
- What are the disadvantages of having neighbors?
- Why don’t city people know their neighbors?
- Do you think there is a difference between rural and city neighbors?
- What are the main activities of people in your community?
- How well are they getting together on each occasion?
- Is there a chance people will get into quarrels in your community?
- Does wealth play a major role in categorizing your neighbors?

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IELTS Writing – Model Answer for an essay (from a recent exam in the UK)

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

General Training Writing Task 2

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

The costs of international travel are decreasing and tourism is growing. What are the advantages and disadvantages of increasing tourism activity in different countries?

You should write at least 250 words.

Model Answer

Tourism is often touted as an industry that will never shrink in size. In other words, as the world develops, more and more people will be able to travel. Although many may see this as a positive phenomenon, it is not a trend without drawbacks. Both the advantages and disadvantages of this topic will be analyzed before a reasoned conclusion is reached.

On the one hand, the reduction in travel fare and the increasing of global tourism can be seen as a positive event as it promotes intercultural understanding and global harmony. For example, many Middle Eastern states have opened their doors and embraced tourism over the last twenty years and this has helped shed prejudiced views internationally that all Middle Eastern countries are dangerous. This development clearly shows the benefits of an increasing international tourism industry.

In addition to this, tourism creates new opportunities for trade. For example, many Chinese tourists are bringing back products from foreign countries that are currently unavailable in China. These new trade ties are great for the health of the entire global economy and can be seen as yet another positive ramification resulting from increased tourism.

On the other hand, the international tourism industry does pose some disadvantages. For one, money travelling into countries through tourism can lead to the establishment of some morally questionable activity. To name a few, tourist hotspots in developing countries are often rife with theft problems, maimed beggars and prostitution. The inflaming of these issues as a result of increased tourism is an obvious disadvantage to the growing global travel industry.

Following this analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of tourism and the falling travel prices that are making it more possible, it is felt tourism has more benefits than drawbacks. It is hoped the growth in global intercultural understanding continues uninterrupted as tourism increases.

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IELTS test in Australia – June 2011 (General Training)

Our kind friend A has shared the writing and speaking sections of his IELTS exam in Australia. Here is what he remembered:

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a letter)

Write a letter to the manager of your local bus service. They have recently made some changes to the bus services, which create an inconvenience for you. In your letter explain

- What are the changes?
- What are the problems you are facing?
- What would you like to change in this service?

Writing Task 2 (an essay)

In the past people wore their traditional clothes and followed their culture. These days most people wear similar clothes and therefore look very similar to one another. Do you think this is a positive or a negative development?

Speaking test

Interview

- What do you do?
- Are you a student?
- How much time do you spend with your family and friends?
- What do you like about computers?
- What do you do in your free time?
- Why do people still prefer to go on long journeys?
- How do you feel about having a chance to travel in space?
- In the future what kind of transport would people prefer to use when they are traveling?

Cue Card

Talk about a planed holiday you were on, which you have extended for some reason. Please say

- When did it happen?
- With whom were you traveling?
- What was the reason for extension?

Discussion

Don’t remember.

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