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 IELTS exam in Ireland – November 2009 (Academic Module)

Listening test

Section 1: A student was asking about the college accommodation details (there was a conversation between two people).

Section 2: A guide was giving brief introduction and instructions to an interviewer about a walking program from Tavy point.

Section 3: Two college students were discussing how to change a course.

Section 4: A radio show host was talking about a park and wild life conservation in Australia.

Reading test

Passage 1: About the life of seaweed – types, location, usage and how climate change affects it.

Questions: Matching headings to paragraphs, multiple choice questions.

Passage 2: About ants and their behavior. How they teach their youngsters to collect food, about research done this area and its controversy.

Questions: True / False / Not Given questions, choose four animal behaviors mentioned in the passage, matching information to the names of scientists.

Passage 3: It was about one of the famous sailors and his personality, stories and dramas written about him, etc.

Questions: Multiple choice questions, summary filling, matching information to paragraphs.

Writing test

Writing Task 1 (a report)

We had to describe a line graph that compared types of new houses construction in a particular part of the UK from 2000 to 2010.

Writing Task 2 (an essay)

Some parents say that the increasing number of advertisements influences children to buy food, toys and other goods. However advertisers claim that they pass useful information. Discuss both points and express your opinion.

Speaking test

Interview

- Introduce yourself.

- Where do you live?

- Talk about transportation in your place.

- Do you think advertisements influence people?

- What did you buy under the influence of advertisement?

- Do you think top sports personalities can earn a great deal of money as compared to people in other important professions? Why?

Cue card

Talk about the following topics:

- What sports you enjoy playing,

- Why you think it is popular,

- Why it is easy to play.

Discussion

- Why do you think sports and games are important?

- What is its impact on children?

- Do you think a talent or special training is more important? Why / Why not?

 

IELTS exam in the UK and in Germany – November 2009 (Academic Module)

Listening test

Section 1: A phone call, Patrick was asking about taking part in Sahara race.

Questions: Multiple choice questions and fill in the blanks.

Section 2: A talk about a pre-school co-operative.

Questions: Fill in the blanks.

Section 3: Asian honey bees in Australia

Questions: Multiple choice.

Section 4: Australian railway.

Questions: Fill in the blanks, multiple choice questions.

Reading test

Passage 1: Seaweed in New Zealand.

Questions: Matching headings, fill a flow chart.

Passage 2: Scientific theories about communication / teaching process of ants.

Questions: Matching statements to a person named in the text, True / False / Not given.

Passage 3: About an Arctic explorer and about an author who wrote a book about the explorer.

Questions: Multiple choice, summary completion, matching paragraphs to statements.

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a report)

There was a 4-line graph about development of new homes in a specific region in the UK between 2000 and 2008, plus a prediction about 2010.

Writing task 2 (an essay)

Influence of advertisements on children: parents object to the pressure, while advertisers say that they also give some useful information in their spots. Discuss both sides and state your opinion.

 

IELTS Speaking questions from the UK, Germany and Bangladesh – November 2009

Speaking test 1

Interview

- What is your name?

- Do you work or study?

- Why did you choose this job?

- Who do you have to communicate at work with?

- What do you write every day?

- Do you prefer working with people or on your own?

- Where do you like to go out? How often?

- Do you prefer to go out with a large group of friends or with just a few?

Cue card

Describe a historic place you visited.

Discussion

- Do people often visit historic places?

- Why do you think people visit historic places?

- Should there be an entrance fee to visit places like that?

- Where people can get to know history from?

- Is it important for directors of movies about history to show the true facts and why?

- Do you know any example of movies where facts were changed a bit?

Speaking test 2

Interview

- What is your name?

- What kind of job do you have?

- What do you like and dislike about this job?

- Why did you chose this job?

- What is included in your job?

- Talk about your daily routine, when do you get up?

- What is your favorite time of the day?

- What would you like to change in your daily routine?

Cue card

Talk about a speech that you heard, you should say

- who the talk was given by,

- where it was,

- what is was about,

why it was interesting to you.

Discussion

- Talk about speeches and talks in general and about different ways of giving talks.

- Why are so many people nervous when speaking in front of grown-ups?

- What is important to remember when making a speech?

Speaking test 3

Interview

- What is your name?

- What do you do? Student or working?

- Why did you choose your subject?

- Why is it interesting?

Cue card

Discuss about your favorite subject at school, you should say:

- Why did you like it?

- How you were taught this subject at school?

- Do you find it helpful now?

Discussion

- What do you think about teaching as a profession?

- What are the characteristics of a good teacher and what are the characteristics of a bad teacher?

- Which one is most beneficial, studying alone or studying in a group? Why?

 

IELTS exams in India and Denmark – November 2009 (Academic Module)

Listening test

Section 1: A conversation between 2 people about a damaged bicycle and garden tools.

Section 2: A visit to a biscuit museum.

Section 3: Orientation program for University students.

Section 4: Dangers of windmills to birds.

Reading test

Passage 1: About road transport and its trends in Europe.

Passage 2: Australian Parrots.

Passage 3: About an old manuscript.

Note: Both students said that all the passages were long and the language was quite difficult to understand.

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a report)

There was a bar graph showing amount of oil in billion barrels discovered each year between 1950 and 2020, including prediction.

Writing task 2 (an essay)

Governments spend huge amount of money on arts. Some people feel that this is justified, whereas others feel that this money can be used for public health and education. Give your views and your opinion.

Speaking test

Interview

- Tell me about the place you live in.

- How long have you lived there?

- Who introduced you to the Internet?

- What are the benefits and who uses the internet the most these days?

Cue Card

Talk about a speech you heard which you liked, please say:

- what was the topic,

- who was the speaker,

- why did you like it.

Discussion

- Speeches by people other than teachers – should those be held at schools?

- What are the differences between speaking to children and speaking to adults, should visual aids be used?

- Why do people attend conferences?

- How can conferences be used as a means of cultural exchange?

 

IELTS Speaking questions from India, Denmark and Oman – November 2009

 Strangely, many of the questions were about TV and various programs on TV – make a note to yourself. Enjoy!

Speaking test 1

Interview

First there were the typical introductory questions.

- How well people are doing with sports?

- Should children get involved with sports at school?

- How the Internet has changed your life?

- What is the role of the Internet in people’s lives these days?

- How the Internet has played an important role in different communities?

- What website do you often visit and why?

Cue card

Talk about a course that you would like to do if you had a time, you should say:

- What sort of course that is,

- Why you chose this particular course,

- Whether it is easy for you.

Discussion

- What in your opinion should be the qualities of a teacher?

- Think about people that are already settled, should education/learning finish for them?

- What is the process of learning in everyday life? Should there be any resistance?

Speaking test 2

Interview

The first part was about me:

- What is your full name?

- What do you do?

- Why did you choose this job?

- What do you do with people? (I was confused, and asked the examiner whether he means “what are your duties?”, he said yes.

Cue card

Talk about your favorite TV or radio program, you should say:

- How often do you watch or listen to it?

- Do you discuss the program with anybody?

- Why do you watch it or listen to it?

Discussion

- What do you enjoy more, TV or radio? Why?

- Have you ever watched or listened to a foreign TV channel or radio?

- What are the differences between the programs in your country and the foreign TV and radio?

- Should governments place restrictions on TV, radio and Internet? Why / Why not?

Speaking test 3

Interview

- What do you do for work?

- Is there training needed to prepare you for this work?

- Do you still need training for this work?

- Do you watch TV?

- How often do you watch TV?

- What are the kinds of TV programs that you watch?

- Has watching TV helped you in your work?

Cue card

Talk about an exciting sport that you know of, you should say:

- what the sport is,

- how did you know about the sport,

- what makes the sport exciting.

Discussion

- Why do people like extreme sports?

- Are extreme sports popular in your country?

- Are there a lot of sports on TV nowadays?

- Did you read books when you were a child?

- Do you still read books now?

- What kind of books?

IELTS Speaking questions from India and Azerbaijan – November 2009

Speaking test 1

Interview

Describe your hometown.

What do you like best about your hometown?

Does lot of people ride bicycle in your country?

Do you know to ride bicycle?

Why do children like to ride it?

Do you enjoy parties?

Which parties are more interesting, of younger or of older people?

Cue card

Talk about person who cooks well, you should say:

Who this person is,

How she/he learned to cook.

How long she/he has been cooking.

Discussion

Should children learn cooking at school?

Should children be taught where food comes from?

Is it important to spend lot of time on cooking?

Speaking test 2

Interview

Where are you from?

What should call you?

Currently where are you living (house or apartment)?

Which part of your house you like best? Why?

Where would you prefer to go shopping, big shopping centres or small shopping centres?

What things you do not like to buy in shopping centre?

What is your daily routine?

What time of day you like most and why?

Which activity you would like to change in your daily routine in the future?

Cue card

Talk about place in your town you like most, you should say:

What place in your town that is,

Why you visit the place,

How often you visit the place,

When you last visited the place.

Discussion

was asked some general questions regarding places of entertainment, leisure activities and, in addition, the following questions.

Should hospital have modern facilities available to solve the current health problems?

What facilities are not available in the hospitals in your town?

What measures governments have to take to solve the traffic problems?

IELTS Speaking questions, Nottingham (UK)

IELTS in Nottingham (UK) was the same as exams in Iran and Egypt. Speaking, of course, is different for every student and here are the questions that W. remembered:

Speaking test

Interview

What is your name?

Where are you from?

Do you study or do you work?

What type of study you are doing?

Do you enjoy traveling? Why?

Cue card

Tell me about famous historical place that you have visited. You should include in your answer

where is it located?

what is it about that place that interests you the most? 

Discussion

was asked about:

Some of the famous historical places in my country where are they located?

Do you think people have stopped visiting these historical places and museums nowadays?

Do you agree that people must pay to visit these historical places and museums?

What other ways the people can get information about history in?

Do you think TV is good medium to learn about the history of any place?

What about films, do you think they give complete information about the historical events?

IELTS in Malaysia – November 2009 (Academic Module)

IELTS exam in Malaysia was described by A. (thanks lot!), who remembered only the topics from Writing and Speaking – but remembered them well! Here they are:

Writing test

Writing task (a report)

We had line graph about the number of students enrolled in Engineering courses from 2006-2008, and there were predicted numbers for 2009-2010.

There were lines to compare – Mechanical, Chemical and Electrical Engineering.

Writing task (an essay)

We cannot help everyone in the world that needs help. Therefore we should only be concerned with our own communities or countries.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement above?

Speaking Test

Interview

Where are you from?

What is your home like?

Which room you like most in your house?

How would you improve your home?

When was the last time you went shopping?

When do you like to do shopping?

Do you like to do shopping in big shops or small shops?

What kind of shopping do you dislike?

When did you first learn about the Internet?

Do you think Internet is good?

Cue card

Describe your favorite activity during childhood, you should say:

When was it?

What was the activity?

With whom?

Discussion

Do you think it is important for children to have group activities?

Why is it so?

What do you think about teenagers having their own groups?

In your country, do the children have lot of group activities like you’ve described above (in the cue card)?

Why do you think so? (Yes or No)?

Do you think the working life now has affected the relationship with your neighbors?

Why is it so?

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