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IELTS test in Iran – May 2012 (Academic Module)

30 May

IELTS test in Iran – May 2012 (Academic Module):

Our Iranian friend A has shared the writing and speaking questions from his recent IELTS exam. Enjoy!
Writing test IELTS test in Iran
Writing task 1 (a report)
We were given two bar-charts. One was about the average number of holidays in five European countries in a typical year. Another one was about the average working hours in those countries.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
The news about violent crimes may frighten people or, on contrary, encourage them to commit a crime. Therefore, some believe that these types of news should not be reported in newspapers or on TV. To what extend do you agree or disagree?
Speaking test
Interview
– What is your full name?

– Describe your home, please.

– What are the special features of your home that you really like?

– Do you prefer to live in an area with a colder or warmer climate?

– Do you want to live in a big house?
Cue Card
Talk about a movie that you recently saw, please say
– What was the movie title?

– Whom did you see it with?

– When did you see it?

– What was it about?

– Explain why you liked this movie.
Discussion
– Do you think movies convey messages better than books?

– Why do some people like to watch old films?

– How can movies help language learners?

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IELTS test in Iran – May 2012 (Academic Module)

30 May

IELTS test in Iran – May 2012 (Academic Module):

Our Iranian friend A has shared the writing and speaking questions from his recent IELTS exam. Enjoy!
Writing test IELTS test in Iran
Writing task 1 (a report)
We were given two bar-charts. One was about the average number of holidays in five European countries in a typical year. Another one was about the average working hours in those countries.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
The news about violent crimes may frighten people or, on contrary, encourage them to commit a crime. Therefore, some believe that these types of news should not be reported in newspapers or on TV. To what extend do you agree or disagree?
Speaking test
Interview
– What is your full name?

– Describe your home, please.

– What are the special features of your home that you really like?

– Do you prefer to live in an area with a colder or warmer climate?

– Do you want to live in a big house?
Cue Card
Talk about a movie that you recently saw, please say
– What was the movie title?

– Whom did you see it with?

– When did you see it?

– What was it about?

– Explain why you liked this movie.
Discussion
– Do you think movies convey messages better than books?

– Why do some people like to watch old films?

– How can movies help language learners?

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IELTS test in Iran – May 2012 (Academic Module)

30 May

IELTS test in Iran – May 2012 (Academic Module):

Our Iranian friend A has shared the writing and speaking questions from his recent IELTS exam. Enjoy!
Writing test IELTS test in Iran
Writing task 1 (a report)
We were given two bar-charts. One was about the average number of holidays in five European countries in a typical year. Another one was about the average working hours in those countries.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
The news about violent crimes may frighten people or, on contrary, encourage them to commit a crime. Therefore, some believe that these types of news should not be reported in newspapers or on TV. To what extend do you agree or disagree?
Speaking test
Interview
– What is your full name?

– Describe your home, please.

– What are the special features of your home that you really like?

– Do you prefer to live in an area with a colder or warmer climate?

– Do you want to live in a big house?
Cue Card
Talk about a movie that you recently saw, please say
– What was the movie title?

– Whom did you see it with?

– When did you see it?

– What was it about?

– Explain why you liked this movie.
Discussion
– Do you think movies convey messages better than books?

– Why do some people like to watch old films?

– How can movies help language learners?

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IELTS test in Iran – May 2012 (Academic Module)

30 May

IELTS test in Iran – May 2012 (Academic Module):

Our Iranian friend A has shared the writing and speaking questions from his recent IELTS exam. Enjoy!
Writing test IELTS test in Iran
Writing task 1 (a report)
We were given two bar-charts. One was about the average number of holidays in five European countries in a typical year. Another one was about the average working hours in those countries.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
The news about violent crimes may frighten people or, on contrary, encourage them to commit a crime. Therefore, some believe that these types of news should not be reported in newspapers or on TV. To what extend do you agree or disagree?
Speaking test
Interview
– What is your full name?

– Describe your home, please.

– What are the special features of your home that you really like?

– Do you prefer to live in an area with a colder or warmer climate?

– Do you want to live in a big house?
Cue Card
Talk about a movie that you recently saw, please say
– What was the movie title?

– Whom did you see it with?

– When did you see it?

– What was it about?

– Explain why you liked this movie.
Discussion
– Do you think movies convey messages better than books?

– Why do some people like to watch old films?

– How can movies help language learners?

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