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Canada IELTS Speaking Test Took on March 2019

Canada IELTS Speaking  Test Took on March 2019

 

IELTS Interview Questions

 

– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What do you do?
– How many hours do you sleep a day?
– Do you think it is enough? Why?
– What do you do to improve sleep quality?
– Do you like sleeping during the day? Why?
– Do you like animals?
– Did you have any pets when you were a child?
– Do many people keep a pet at home in your country?

 

IELTS Cue Card Topic

 

Talk about some good news you have heard on TV or online. Please say

 

– What was the news?
– Where and when did you hear it?
– Why do you think it is good news?

 

IELTS Discussion Questions

 

– Do you watch or listen to news every day?
– Do you prefer national or international news? Why?

 Prepare for your IELTS test

  

Make sure you are ready to demonstrate your English language skills

 

Understand the ielts test format


 

Familiarise yourself with the format of the ielts test by reviewing the content of the test, as well as the question and task types for each section. It’s also important to read through the IELTS rules and regulations. These are laid out in the Notice to Candidates and Declaration which are included in the application form.

 

 

 IELTS Test format

 

The IELTS test assesses your abilities in listening, reading, writing and speaking – in less than three hours.

 

There are two types of the IELTS test:  IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training. Listening and Speaking are the same for both tests, but the subject matter of the Reading and Writing components differs depending on which test you take.

 

The Listening, Reading and Writing components of all IELTS tests are completed on the same day, with no breaks in between them.

 

The Speaking component, however, can be completed up to a week before or after the other tests. Your test centre will advise.

 

The total test time is 2 hours and 45 minutes.

 

  • Listening
  • Academic Reading
  • General Training Reading
  • Academic Writing
  • General Training Writing
  • Speaking

 

Test format – Listening

 

30 minutes

 

You will listen to four recordings of native English speakers and then write your answers to a series of questions.

 

  • Recording 1 – a conversation between two people set in an everyday social context.
  • Recording 2 - a monologue set in an everyday social context, e.g. a speech about local facilities.
  • Recording 3 – a conversation between up to four people set in an educational or training context, e.g. a university tutor and a student discussing an assignment.
  • Recording 4 - a monologue on an academic subject, e.g. a university lecture.

 

Assessors will be looking for evidence of your ability to understand the main ideas and detailed factual information, the opinions and attitudes of speakers, the purpose of an utterance and evidence of your ability to follow the development of ideas.

 

IELTS Listening description

 

Paper format

There are four sections with ten questions each. The questions are designed so that the answers appear in the order they are heard in the audio.

The first two sections deal with situations set in everyday social contexts. In Section 1, there is a conversation between two speakers (for example, a conversation about travel arrangements), and in Section 2, there is a monologue in (for example, a speech about local facilities). The final two sections deal with situations set in educational and training contexts. In Section 3, there is a conversation between two main speakers (for example, two university students in discussion, perhaps guided by a tutor), and in Section 4, there is a monologue on an academic subject.

The recordings are heard only once. They include a range of accents, including British, Australian, New Zealand, American and Canadian.

 

 

Timing

Approximately 30 minutes (plus 10 minutes transfer time).

 

 

No. of questions

 

40

 

Task types

 

A variety of question types are used, chosen from the following: multiple choice, matching, plan/map/diagram labelling, form/note/table/flow-chart/summary completion, sentence completion.

 

Answering

 

Test takers write their answers on the question paper as they listen and at the end of the test are given 10 minutes to transfer their answers to an answer sheet. Care should be taken when writing answers on the answer sheet as poor spelling and grammar are penalised.

 

Marks

 

Each question is worth 1 mark.

 

 

IELTS Listening in detail

 

Task type 1 – Multiple choice

 

Task type and format

 

In multiple choice tasks, there is a question followed by three possible answers, or the beginning of a sentence followed by three possible ways to complete the sentence. Test takers are required to choose the one correct answer - A, B or C.

 

Sometimes, test takers are given a longer list of possible answers and told that they have to choose more than one. In this case, they should read the question carefully to check how many answers are required.

 

Task focus

 

Multiple choice questions are used to test a wide range of skills. The test taker may be required to have a detailed understanding of specific points or an overall understanding of the main points of the listening text.

 

No. of questions

 

Variable

 

 

Task type 2 – Matching

 

Task type and format

 

Test takers are required to match a numbered list of items from the listening text to a set of options on the question paper. The set of options may be criteria of some kind.

 

Task focus

 

Matching assesses the skill of listening for detail and whether a test taker can understand information given in a conversation on an everyday topic, such as the different types of hotel or guest house accommodation. It also assesses the ability to follow a conversation between two people. It may also be used to assess test takers’ ability to recognise relationships and connections between facts in the listening text.

 

No. of questions

 

Variable

 

 

Task type 3 – Plan, map, diagram labelling

 

Task type and format

 

Test takers are required to complete labels on a plan (eg of a building), map (eg of part of a town) or diagram (e.g. of a piece of equipment). The answers are usually selected from a list on the question paper.

 

Task focus

 

This type of task assesses the ability to understand, for example, a description of a place, and to relate this to a visual representation. This may include being able to follow language expressing spatial relationships and directions (e.g. straight on/through the far door).

 

No. of questions

 

Variable

 

 

Task type 4 – Form, note, table, flow-chart, summary completion

 

Task type and format

 

Test takers are required to fill in the gaps in an outline of part or of all of the listening text. The outline will focus on the main ideas/facts in the text. It may be: 


 1. a form: often used to record factual details such as names
 2. a set of notes: used to summarise any type of information using the layout to show how different items relate to one another
 3. a table: used as a way of summarising information which relates to clear categories – e.g. place/time/price, 
 4. a flow-chart: used to summarise a process which has clear stages, with the direction of the process shown by arrows.

 

Test takers may have to select their answers from a list on the question paper or identify the missing words from the recording, keeping to the word limit stated in the instructions. Test takers do not have to change the words from the recording in any way.

 

Test takers should read the instructions very carefully as the number of words or numbers they should use to fill the gaps will vary. A word limit is given, for example, ‘NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER’. Test takers are penalised for writing more than the stated number of words, and test takers should check this word limit carefully for each task. Contracted words will not be tested. Hyphenated words count as single words.

 

Task focus

 

This focuses on the main points which a listener would naturally record in this type of situation.

 

No. of questions

 

Variable

 

 

Task type 5 – Sentence completion

 

Task type and format

 

Test takers are required to read a set of sentences summarising key information from all the listening text or from one part of it. They then fill a gap in each sentence using information from the listening text. A word limit is given, for example, ‘NO MORE THAN ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER’.

 

Test takers are penalised for writing more than the stated number of words. (Test takers should check this word limit carefully for each task: the limit is either ONE, TWO or THREE words). Contracted words will not be tested. Hyphenated words count as single words.

 

Task focus

 

Sentence completion focuses on the ability to identify the key information in a listening text. Test takers have to understand functional relationships such as cause and effect.

 

No. of questions

 

Variable

 

 

Task type 6 – Short-answer questions

 

Task type and format

 

Test takers are required to read a question and then write a short answer using information from the listening text. A word limit is given, for example, ‘NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER’. Test takers are penalised for writing more than the stated number of words. (Test takers should check this word limit carefully for each task.) Contracted words will not be tested. Hyphenated words count as single words. Sometimes test takers are given a question which asks them to list two or three points.

 

Task focus

 

Sentence completion focuses on the ability to listen for concrete facts, such as places, prices or times, within the listening text.

 

No. of questions

 

Variable

 

 

IELTS Listening – how it's marked

 

The Listening test is marked by certificated markers, who are regularly monitored to ensure their reliability. All answer sheets, after being marked, are further analysed by Cambridge Assessment English.

 

 

Band score conversion

 

 A Band Score conversion table is produced for each version of the Listening test which translates scores out of 40 into the IELTS 9-band scale. Scores are reported in whole bands and half bands.

 

One mark is awarded for each correct answer in the 40-item test. Care should be taken when writing answers on the answer sheet as poor spelling and grammar are penalised.

 


Practise with sample test questions

 

Completing sample test materials is helpful in preparing for your test. These will give you an idea of what to expect in the Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking tests.

 


Official IELTS practice materials

 

You may find it helpful to do a practice test. IELTS has developed two sets of official practice materials, designed to help you understand the test format and the types of test questions.

 

ieltspreparationcourse

 

Vol. 1 Official IELTS Practice Materials (with CD)


Vol. 2 Official IELTS Practice Materials (with DVD)


Both volumes of the practice materials offer samples of the Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking tests with sample answers and examiner comments. The CD in Vol. 1 offers samples of the Listening test and the DVD in Vol. 2 shows test takers taking the Speaking test. These are the only IELTS practice materials endorsed by the IELTS partners. You can purchase official IELTS sample materials from Cambridge University Press (click on the links above), or from an IELTS test centre.

 

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Consider an IELTS preparation course

 


If you would like assistance with test preparation, IELTS centres and language schools around the world offer IELTS preparation courses. You don’t have to attend a preparation course, but many test takers find that doing so helps them improve their performance. Talk to your local IELTS test centre to find out more.

 

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 Register for your ielts as soon as possible

 


When you feel you are ready to take the test, you need to register for a test date with an IELTS centre. We have over 1,200 test locations in more than 140 countries. The number of test takers who can take the test on a particular date may be limited, so contact the centre as soon as possible. You will need to pay the test fee when you register.

 

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منابع آیلتس در آدیس آبابا در اتیوپی در سال  2019 در بخش اسپیکینگ آیلتس گزارش شده توسط یکی از شرکت کنندگان آیلتس

 

 

what an IELTS taker remember about  his IELTS Speaking questions In Addis Ababa, Ethiopia:

 

Speaking test

 

Interview

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What do you do?

– What do you enjoy about your job?

– Lets talk about public holidays.

– Do you like the New Year celebration?

– How many public holidays are there in your country?

– What do you do during these holidays?

– Which places are normally crowded in your country during holidays?

– Do you enjoy being in crowded places?

 

Cue Card

 

Talk about an instance when you received bad service. Please say

 

– Where and when was it?

– Who provided the service?

– What did you do after that?

 

Discussion

 

– Do you receive bad service often?

– Why do you think it is happening?

– What should people do about it?

– Why do you think some people choose to be quiet and walk away after receiving bad service?

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IELTS Speaking test in Indonesia Held on January 2018

 

Speaking Test

 

IELTS Interview

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What do you do?

– Where is your hometown?

– How did you get to this place from your home?

– Was it an easy trip?

– How do you get to work?

– What do you usually do at home?

– What do you do on your way to work?

 

IELTS Cue Card

 

Talk about a traditional product which is very popular in your country. Please say

 

– What is the product?

– How is it made?

– Why is it so popular?

 

IELTS Discussion

 

– Do people have to read about places they want to travel to?

– Why is it so?

– What do you prefer, traditional or modern products?

 IELTS Listening description ( Test Format )

 

 

Paper element Description
Paper format Four sections, each with ten questions. The questions are designed so that the answers appear in order in the listening. The first two sections deal with situations set in everyday social contexts. There is a conversation between two speakers in Section 1 (for example, a conversation about travel arrangements) and a monologue in Section 2 (for example, a speech about local facilities). The final two sections deal with situations set in educational and training contexts. In Section 3 there is a conversation between two main speakers (for example, two university students in discussion, perhaps guided by a tutor), and Section 4 is a monologue on an academic subject. The recordings are heard once only. They include a range of accents, including British, Australian, New Zealand and American.
Timing Approximately 30 minutes (plus 10 minutes' transfer time).
No. of questions 40
Task types A variety of questions is used, chosen from the following types: multiple choice, matching, plan/map/diagram labelling, form/note/table/flow-chart/summary completion, sentence completion.
Answering During the Listening test test takers write their answers on the question paper as they listen and at the end of the test are given 10 minutes to transfer their answers to an answer sheet. Care should be taken when writing answers on the answer sheet as poor spelling and grammar are penalised.
Marks All questions carry 1 mark.

 

IELTS Listening in detail

 

A detailed look at the paper with links to related resources.

 

Task type 1 – Multiple choice

 

 

Task type and format In this task type, there is a question followed by three possible answers, or the beginning of a sentence followed by three possible sentence endings. Test takers are required to choose the one correct answer A, B or C.
Sometimes test takers are given a longer list of possible answers and told that they have to choose more than one. In this case they should read the question carefully to check how many answers are required.
Task focus This task type is used to test a wide range of skills. It may require the test taker to have a detailed understanding of specific points or an overall understanding of the main points of the listening text.
No. of questions Variable

 

 

Task type 2 – Matching

 

 

Task type and format

In this task type, test takers are required to match a numbered list of items from the listening text to a set of options on the question paper. The set of options may be criteria of some kind.


Many variations of this task type are possible with regards the type of options to be matched.

Task focus This task type assesses the skill of listening for detail. It assesses whether a test taker can understand information given in a conversation on an everyday topic such as different types of hotel or guest house accommodation. It also assesses the ability to follow a conversation involving interaction between two people. It may also be used to assess test takers’ ability to recognise relationships and connections between facts in the listening text.
No. of questions Variable

 

 

Task type 3 – Plan, map, diagram labeling

 

 

Task type and format In this task type, test takers are required to complete labels on a visual. The answers are usually selected from a list on the question paper. The visual may be: a diagram (e.g. a piece of equipment), a set of pictures, a plan (e.g. of a building), a map (e.g. of part of a town).
Task focus This task type assesses the ability to understand, for example, a description of a place, and to relate this to a visual representation. This may include being able to follow language expressing spatial relationships and directions (e.g. straight on/through the far door).
No. of questions Variable

 

 

Task type 4 – Form, note, table, flow-chart, summary completion

 

 

Task type and format In this task type, test takers are required to fill in gaps in an outline of part or of all of the listening text. The outline will focus on the main ideas/facts in the text. It may be: 1) a form: often used to record factual details such as names; 2) a set of notes: used to summarise any type of information using the layout to show how different items relate to one another, 3) a table: used as a way of summarising information which relates to clear categories – e.g. place/time/price, 4) a flow-chart: used to summarise a process which has clear stages, with the direction of the process shown by arrows. Test takers may have to: a) select their answers from a list on the question paper; b) identify the missing words from the recording which fit into the form/notes, etc. In this case, they should keep to the word limit stated in the instructions. Test takers do not have to change the words from the recording in any way. Test takers should read the instructions very carefully as the number of words or numbers they should use to fill the gaps will vary. A word limit is given, for example, ‘NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER’. Test takers are penalised for writing more than the stated number of words, and test takers should check this word limit carefully for each task. Contracted words will not be tested. Hyphenated words count as single words.
Task focus This task type focuses on the main points which a listener would naturally record in this type of situation.
No. of questions Variable

 

 

Task type 5 – Sentence completion

 

  

Task type and format In this task type, test takers are required to read a set of sentences summarising key information from all the listening text or from one part of it. They have to complete a gap in each sentence using information from the listening text. A word limit is given, for example, ‘NO MORE THAN ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER’. Test takers are penalised for writing more than the stated number of words. (Test takers should check this word limit carefully for each task: the limit is either ONE, TWO or THREE words). Contracted words will not be tested. Hyphenated words count as single words.
Task focus This task type focuses on the ability to identify the key information in a listening text. Test takers have to understand functional relationships such as cause and effect.
No. of questions Variable

 

 

Task type 6 – Short-answer questions

 

 

 

Task type and format In this task type, test takers are required to read a question to which they have to write a short answer using information from the listening text. A word limit is given, for example, ‘NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER’. Test takers are penalised for writing more than the stated number of words. (Test takers should check this word limit carefully for each task.) Contracted words will not be tested. Hyphenated words count as single words. Sometimes test takers are given a question which asks them to list two or three points.
Task focus This task type focuses on the ability to listen for concrete facts – such as places, prices or times – given in the listening text.
No. of questions Variable

 

 

IELTS Listening – how it's marked

 

 

The Listening test is marked by certificated markers, who are regularly monitored to ensure reliability. After marking at the test centre, all answer sheets are returned to Cambridge English Language Assessment for analysis.

Band score conversion

A Band Score conversion table is produced for each version of the Listening test which translates scores out of 40 into the IELTS 9-band scale. Scores are reported in whole bands and half bands.

 

One mark is awarded for each correct answer in the 40-item test. A confidential Band Score conversion table is produced for each version of the Listening test, which translates scores out of 40 into the IELTS 9-band scale. Scores are reported in whole and half bands. Care should be taken when writing answers on the answer sheet as poor spelling and grammar are penalised.




Source : www.ielts.org

 

ieltslifeskills

 


آیلتس لایف اسکیلز ( Life Skills ) چیست ؟


خوب، به نظر دولت بریتانیا افرادی که قصد دارند برای برخی ویزاهای اقامت در انگلستان اقدام کنند به چیزی غیر از آیلتس جنرال نیاز دارند و اینطور شد که آیلتس لایف اسکیلز معرفی شد. در این نسخه از آیلتس مهارت های مکالمه و لیسنینگ شما در زمینه هایی مثل موضوعات روزمره مثل کار، تفریح، تحصیل، مشکلات جامعه، حمل و نقل و … با شرکت در بحث هایی سنجیده می شود.

 

آیلتس Life Skills چطور برگزار می شود؟

 

یکی از ویژگی های این آزمون که شبیه هیچ آزمون دیگری نیست، این است که شما با یک شرکت کننده دیگر در آزمون شرکت می کنید. بله، یعنی وقتی دارید آزمون می دهید علاوه بر ممتحن، یک شرکت کننده دیگر هم کنار شما حضور خواهد داشت. هر چند بسته به نوع آزمونی که شما می دهید ممکن است بخشی از مهارت های شما در کار گروهی با شرکت کننده دیگر هم سنجیده بشود، اما ضعف یا مهارت بالای شرکت کننده دیگر در نمره نهایی شما هیچ تاثیری نخواهد داشت و شما بر اساس عملکرد خودتان ارزیابی خواهید شد.

 

سیستم نمره دهی آیلتس Life Skills چطوره؟

 

سیستم نمره دهی آزمون IELTS Life Skills برخلاف آزمون های Academic و General بر اساس اعداد نیست. در آزمون لایف اسکیلز شما یا نمره Pass می گیرید و یا Fail. یعنی فقط قبول یا رد! درست مثل آزمون عملی رانندگی، که اتفاقا یکی از مهات های زندگی هم هست! نتیجه آزمون هم بعد از یک هفته به شما اعلام خواهد شد.

 

آیا آیلتس Life Skills در ایران برگزار می شود؟

 

از ۲۷ اسفند سال ۱۳۹۴،امکان برگزاری آزمون آیلتس لایف اسکیلز IELTS Life Skills در ایران هم بوجود آمده و دیگر نیازی نیست برای شرکت در این آزمون به کشور های همسایه مثل ترکیه بروید.

 

آیا آیلتس Life Skills سخت است؟

 

این آزمون در دو سطح A1 و B1 برگزارمی شود که مطابق سطح بندی CEFR اروپا هستند. می پرسید CEFR چیه؟ خوب، به جدول زیر نگاه کنید:

 

cefr

 

طبق جدول بالا، CEFR از سطح A1 شروع شده و تا سطح C2 بالا می رود. آزمون آیلتس لایف اسکیلز در دو سطح A1 و B1 می باشد که چندان هم بالا نیست. برای اینکه مقایسه ای از این سطوح و آزمون آیلتس داشته باشید به جدول زیر نگاه کنید:

 

cefr new

 

همانطور که مشاهده می کنید سطح A1 معادل نمره بسیاری پایینی در آیلتس است و سطح B1 هم نهایتا معادل نمره ۴٫۵ تا ۵ آیلتس می باشدکه رسیدن به چنین سطحی کار بسیار ساده ای است.

 

بخش های دو سطح A1 و B1 در آیلتس Life Skills

 

همانطورکه میدانید در فرمت های آکادمیک وجنرال آزمون IELTS هر چهار مهارت شنیداری، گفتاری، نوشتاری و درک مطلب سنجیده می شوند. در IELTS Life Skills اما فقط دومهارت گفتاری وشنیداری یا همان اسپیکینگ و لیسنینگ خواهید داشت. سطح A1 دارای دو بخش و سطح B1 دارای ۳ بخش هست. دو بخش اول سطح B1 دقیقا مشابه سطح A1 هستند و فقط بخش سوم آن جدید خواهد بود. همانطور که می توانید حدس بزنید سطح B1 از A1 کمی سخت تر است.

 

سطح A1: دوبخش دارد

 

در بخش اول شما باید در مورد یک موضوع آشنا و روزمره حرف بزنید. دربخش دوم شما باید به یک لیسنینگ گوش کنید و به سوال ها پاسخ بدهید. در اینجا شما می توانید از لیسنینگ نت بردارید تا راحت تر بتوانید به سوال ها پاسخ بدهید. سطح A1 در حدود ۱۶ تا ۱۸ دقیقه طول می کشد.

 

سطح B1: دو بخش مشابه سطح A1 + بخش سوم

 

در سطح B1 شما سه بخش خواهید داشت که دو بخش اول آن دقیقا مشابه آزمون آیلتس لایف اسکیلز سطح A1 هستند. برای بخش سوم این سطح هم یک فعالیت گروهی طراحی می شود که دو شرکت کننده باید با هم آن را انجام بدهند. این سطح از آزمون در حدود ۲۲ دقیقه طول خواهد کشید.


 

دوره فشرده آیلتس لایف اسکیلز (Life Skills IELTS )

 

 

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