Writing test

 

Writing task 1 (a letter)

 

Your department has been overloaded with work resulting in many problems. Write a letter to the manager and say

 

– What are the issues?

– Why did it happen?

– Suggest a possible solution.

 

Writing Task 2 (an essay)

 

Some people think that not all criminals should be kept in prison. Some criminals should do unpaid work to help other people in the community. Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

 

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 is the best thing in your work?

– What is your idea of a perfect job?

– Will you continue with the current job?

– What kind of food do you like?

– Do you cook at home?

– Do you eat fruit?

– How often you go shopping?

– Why do people buy jewellery?

 

Cue Card

 

Talk about your favourite clothes. Please say

 

– What do they look like?

– When and where did you buy them?

– How often do you wear them?

 

Discussion

 

– Why do people buy clothes from online shops?

– What kind of clothes do men and women usually wear on a daily basis?

– Why do people wear jewellery?

– Why do people keep jewellery for a long time?

– What kind of jewellery do you wear now?

سه شنبه, 28 شهریور 1396.

General Training IELTS test in India – August 2017

IELTS test in India – August 2017 (General Training)

 

Ielts Reading Test

 

Passage 1. About a certain job and benefits to employees.

Passage 2. About rodeo festival in Canada.

Passage 3, 4. Don’t remember

 

Ielts Writing Test

 

Writing task 1 (a letter)

 

Write a letter to an airline manager to find out about something you forgot on the plane during your travel. In your letter

 

– give details about your flight

– describe the item you forgot

– explain why it is important that you get it back

 

Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

Many people make friends through social sites and chat rooms. Others believe that it is not a good idea to make friends without meeting them face to face. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Give your own opinion and relevant examples.

 

Ielts Speaking Module

 

Ielts Interview

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What is your job?

– Do you like it?

 

Ielts Cue Card

 

Talk about an invention that is changed the world in a good way. Please say

– What was the invention?

– How do you use it?
– Why do you like it?

 

Ielts Discussion

 

– Can you name other inventions that you think are great?

– What inventions might be made in the next 20 years?

شنبه, 14 فروردين 775.

Academic IELTS in Australia on June 2017

IELTS COURSE BY DR.ARIAN KARIMI

 

Academic IELTS in Australia on June 2017

 

 

IELTS Listening Test

 

Section 1. A phone conversation regarding children’s party booking.

Section 2. About assignment officers.

Section 3. Don’t remember.

Section 4. About tanks technical services in India.

 

IELTS Reading Test

 

Passage 1. About different perfumes.

Passage 2. About video and computer games.

Passage 3. About the relationship between society and artists.

 

IELTS Writing Test

 

IELTS Writing task 1 (a report)

 

We were given a line graph showing figures from four countries in which wind is used to generate energy.

 

IELTS Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

Today’s typical method of teaching involving direct communication between teachers and students will not exist by 2050. To what extent do you agree or disagree? Give your own opinion and examples.

 

IELTS Speaking test

 

IELTS Interview

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What subject are you studying?

 

IELTS Cue Card

 

Describe a useful plant in your country. Please say

 

– What plant is it?

– Where does it grow?

– Why is it so useful?

 

IELTS Discussion

 

– How did you hear about this plant?

– Could it be used for other purposes as well?

– Do you know any other plants that are useful?

خانه آیلتس برگزار کننده کلاس آنلاین آیلتس ویژه دانشجویان هند

 

تست IELTS  آکادمیک هند 2017

 

Writing test

 

Writing task 1 (a report)

 

We were given a line graph showing the correlation between university studies, health, and pension from 1990 to 2015 with a projection to 2050. Also how the government spends the GDP on above matters.

 

Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

Nowadays many parents believe that children’s usage of tablets or computers would be good for their future academic career. What are the advantages and disadvantages of such belief? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 

 

A Good Sample Answer

 

In modern societies the number of time children spend surfing the internet have increased. Computers are one of the major technological device used around the globe. It is present in our homes, schools and working environment. Children who used the computer daily are exposed to a wide Range of information that can help them academically, socially and professionally. Despite these benefits some people argues that if children over used the internment the results can be quite damaging.

 

Children who spend quality time on the internment are exposed to a huge amount of information that can help them to improve their grades and complete research. For example, while attending college almost everyone had a laptop to store information, and search for answers to questions that were very complicated. Theses student preformed better on exams because they became independent learners. Without the help of teachers they are motivated to use the internet to gain the information, as a result they retain more that if they were taught.

 

Also, the internet is used as a medium for communication, as social network such as twitter and Facebook are great ways for children and teenagers to communicate and express their feelings to friends and relatives. This alternatively help them to communicate better. Further more, children are developing life long skills that are necessary for the job market. Most companies, requires that employees are computer literate, and spend thousands of dollars training their staff, so when they are filling vacancies they employ those who are already computer literate. Therefore, parents who allow their child or children to surf the internet on a daily basis are helping them to develop critical skills.

 

On the other hand, there are long term effects that are associated with over use of the internet. These problem includes health issues like obesity, which can develop when children become addictive to the computer and decrease their outdoors activities. Moreover, this can also lead to antisocial behaviour. If children spent too much time using the internet and less time acquiring skills necessary for social interaction they can find it difficult to communicate appropriately. The most damaging aspect of spending too much time online, is the use of phonographic materials that can devalue the values parents are trying to instill in their children. These websites are everywhere online, even if your child is on an educational site they can pop up there as well ,and trying to close the site won't work, as they open automatically. Due to this the internet can be considered as unsafe for children.

 

Overall, in my view, using the internet on a daily basis have both pros and cons, that are of equal important to young people. Therefore, parents need to have rules as to which site their children visit and the amount of time they spend online.

 

 

Speaking test

 

Interview

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– What subject are you studying?

– Do you send emails?

– How will emails work in the future?

– What could emails be useful to you for?

– Where do you live now?

– Can you describe your home?

– Would you like to move to a different place? Why?

– What would be the main reason for you to change your house?

– What will you have in your own house?

 

Cue Card

 

Describe your experience of changing schools or moving home. Please say

– What was your experience?

– How did you feel about meeting new classmates or neighbors?

– Would you do it again in the future? Why?

 

 

Get inspired and answer the cue card topic by the following ideas:

 

5 reasons why you might want to change schools.

 

The scenario which we are going to discuss is not as uncommon as you might think. After all you have spent a considerable amount of time researching and visiting schools in a serious effort to find the school with the best fit. But a few months after school has begun you realize that something isn't right. Your child is miserable. Well, that's just one of the several reasons why you might want to change schools. Let's look at some other reasons.

 

1. Your child has been expelled.

 

Ouch! We will discuss this unfortunate reason for finding a new school first. This reason for changing schools is rather like being fired. It is enormously dispiriting and in many ways a life-changing experience just like losing your job is. Continuing that analogy, finding a new school for a child who has been expelled is almost as difficult as finding a new job is. The following video describes what happens when your child is expelled from public school. Private school expulsions are covered by the contract which you and the school signed.The net result is the same and is a very serious situation.

 

You can expect to have lots of questions asked. So, have your answers well thought out. Do not equivocate. Try not to put too positive a spin on the situation. An admissions staffer will see right through that. Answer the questions truthfully. The school will want to know if your child has learned his lesson. Do not speak ill of his previous school. Nobody wants to admit a trouble maker. Contrition is your watchword. What are your chances of getting into another school fairly quickly? Assuming that your child's academics were strong and all the other items in his admissions profile indicate a positive trend, you will stand a good chance at just about any school which has open places.

 

2. Your child has not been asked back.

 

While not as serious as being expelled, not being asked back after a year at the school indicates that something went wrong. Unless you plan to move out of the country, be prepared to answer some in-depth questions about why your child's previous school was not a good fit. If there were issues which the previous school felt needed to be addressed, then be sure to have your corrective action plan in full swing. The admissions staff will ask about it.

 

In situations like this it makes sense to have the necessary documentation to prove that you noticed things were not working out. Notes of meetings and conferences in which you addressed the situation will be helpful as you explain your reasons for finding a new school to an admissions staffer.

 

3. Your child is unhappy.

 

An unhappy child is simply not something any parent wants. You need to deal with whatever is creating the unhappiness. If your child is unhappy at school because there is turmoil at home, then you need to get her professional help to deal with those issues. Parents get divorced and financial circumstances change all the time. A skilled professional can help her work through her issues and emerge on the other side a much happier person. As this video explains talking through problems is a good start to turning things around.

 

On the other hand, if the problem is a teacher or something else school-related, do your due diligence carefully and determine if the issues can be resolved and peace restored. If not, then a change of school is most definitely recommended.

 

Incidentally this is a scenario which is not exclusive to any particular grade. I have had a grandson in preschool and a child in 10th grade both suffer from the syndrome. The important thing is not to ignore the symptoms.

 

4. You are not satisfied with the school.

 

This is not all that common but can happen. Expectations are not being met in one way or another. Perhaps you thought the program was something other than what it actually is. Or you discovered that the school doesn't offer the enrichment activities you feel your child needs.

 

In this case, before you go through all the bother of finding a new school, sit down with the school authorities and see what can be done to resolve the situation. If they like your child and she has done well as far as they are concerned, they most likely won't want to lose her. Don't be threatening or difficult. Lay out the issues and concerns as you see them and listen carefully to their response. If you don't like what you hear, then fold your tent and find a new school.

 

5. Your financial circumstances have changed.

 

This reason for changing schools was much more common after the financial meltdown of 2008 and the resulting economic chaos which has ensued. While the economic recovery in the United States has proceeded apace, there are many economies elsewhere in the world which are less stable. If you work for a multi-national corporation, you are only too well aware of the cross-currents and slowdowns which seem to come out nowhere. Add to that the impact of sharply lower oil prices and you can begin to see why some families could find their financial circumstances have changed rather dramatically for the worst. Bob Shorb, Skidmore College's Associate Dean and Director of Student Aid and Family Finance, offers some advice on how to handle changing financial circumstances. While Dr. Shorb is addressing parents of college students, the message is essentially the same for parents of private K-12 students.

 

You may have thought you were all set financially when suddenly "Wham!" your picture has changed significantly. If you find yourself unable to pay school fees, Here's what to do: swallow your pride and discuss your circumstances fully and frankly with the school authorities. If they hold your child in high esteem and she is doing well, they might be able to help. It never hurts to ask. Failing success, then begin to explore your options in the private school world. Remember: there are several schools which are tuition free or very nearly so.

 

Changing schools is a serious business. Normally you'd want to make changes at the common entry points such as grade 6/7 for middle school and 9/10 for high school. But if you have no other choice and changing schools is your only option, it is doable.

 

Discussion

 

Don’t remember.

Four Listening Sections Main Topic

 

Section 1. Booking of movie tickets for a group of 21 people over the phone.

Section 2. Description of cycling route on the map.

Section 3. About facilities available in different locations at the cycle-race track.

Section 4. About wild boars in Australia: eating habits, preferences and how they cause damage to the local inhabitants.

 

The Title of Reading Passages

 

Passage 1. About the swimming instructor job, its responsibilities and selection criteria.

Passage 2. About different campsites and their locations in New Zealand.

Passage 3. About work culture in a company and the employees’ redundancy process.

Passage 4. About local libraries, their facilities and access requirements in New Zealand.

Passage 5. About ants’ survival including details about each member’s responsibility in the ant group.

 

General IELTS Writing Module

 

Writing Task 1 Topic

 

You have just moved to a new apartment. Write a letter to your friend and say

– Why did you move?

– Describe your new home.

– Invite him/her to your new place.

 

Writing Task 2 Topic

 

Some people believe that no homework should be given to children. Others, however, say that extra work is needed after school for children and teenagers in order to succeed. Discuss both the views and give your opinion includingreasons and relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

آیلتس هند - نمونه سوالات آیلتس آکادمیک در آوریل سال 2017

 

Academic Module of IELTS test in India in April 2017

 

 

IELTS Writing Test

 

IELTS Writing Task 1 (a report)

 

We were given two charts providing data about full and part-time employment among men and women in the UK between 1980 and 2005. We had to summarise and describe the data.

 

IELTS Writing Task 2 (an essay)

 

Nowadays the number of cars on roads is increasing incrementally. In order to change this trend strict road tolls should be paid on busy roads. To what extent do you agree or disagree? Give your opinion.

 

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?

 

– Why did you chose this profession?

– What do you usually do in your free time?

– Let’s talk about reading.

– Do you like to read? Why?

– What kind of books do you prefer?

– Can you name a few that you like?

 

IELTS Cue Card

 

Talk about a piece of equipment that you use at home. Please say

 

– What is it?

– How do you use it?

– How important is it to you and your family members?

 

IELTS Discussion

 

– Let’s talk about technology.

– How is technology helping you?

– Give some examples, please.

– What are the negative impacts of modern technology on us?

– To what extent did it influence you?

– To what extent did it influence your family members?

– Would you like to have a robot in your home in the future?

– Will robots replace people in the future?

IELTS Listening Questions

 

Section 1. A mother talked with the school principal about her daughter’s enrollment in the school. They just moved from Hong Kong to New Zealand.


Section 2. Conversation about house sales, a real estate agent introduced some houses to potential buyers.


Section 3. Don’t remember.


Section 4. About a research on the red colour, as a colour associated with fear, in both people and animals.

 

IELTS Reading Questions

 

Passage 1. About ancient Egypt.

Passage 2. About theatre facilities such as ticket booths, accessibility of places, cafes and so on.

Passage 3. Don’t remember.

 

IELTS Writing Topics

 

Writing task 1 (a letter)

 

The company wants to change working hours of its employees. Write a letter and provide some suggestions to your manager about the matter. Explain why your suggestions will be better for both employees and the company.

 

Writing Task 2 (an essay)

 

Nowadays advertisements of toys and fast food mostly focus on children. Some think that eventually it affects both children and their family. Do you agree or disagree?

 

IELTS Speaking Questions

 

IELTS Interview Common Questions in Part One

 

– What is your full name?

– Can I see your ID?

– Where are you from?

– Do you work or study?

– Do you like to go to places near water (lakes, rivers or the sea)?

– What do you like to do there?

– Do you take your family to those places?

 

IELTS Cue Card Topic in Part two

 

Talk about a recent experience that you had with a wild animal. Please say:

– what animal it was

– when it was

– what happened

– and explain how you felt after the experience.

 

IELTS Free Discussion Questions

 

– Is the contact with wild animals necessary?

– Do you think there are benefits from contact with wild animals only for children, or for adults as well?

– Why do you think so?

IELTS test in Sri Lanka – January 2017 (General Training)

 

Listening test

 

Section 1. A phone conversation between an overseas student and a foreign students club member.

Section 2. A guide was telling about a leisure camp and its facilities.

Questions: map labeling.

Section 3. Two students were talking about their project.

Section 4. A lecture about an emperor.

 

Reading test

 

Passage 1. Information about some tourist destinations.

Passage 2, 3. Don’t remember.

Passage 4. About Australian ants.

 

Writing test

 

Writing task 1 (a letter)

 

You found a job opportunity in a foreign country. Write a letter to your friend who knows about the country. In your letter mention the following:

– What is the nature of your future job?

– Why did you apply for that job?

– Ask for details and his/her advice about the country.

 

Writing Task 2 (an essay)

 

Nowadays in some countries children are given fewer responsibilities compared to the past. Some people believe it is a positive development while others argue otherwise. Discuss both views. What is your opinion? Give some relevant examples from your own experience.

 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

 

IELTS test in Islamabad, Pakistan – March 2016 (Academic Module)

 

Listening test

 

Section 1. A conversation between a man and a woman about renting an apartment.

Section 2. A conversation between two friends about university studies and some particular program that one of them is already doing.

Section 3, 4. Don’t remember.

 

Reading test

 

Passage 1. About fluoridation of water.

Passage 2. About memory ability and skills.

Passage 3. Don’t remember.

 

Writing test

 

Writing task 1 (a report)

 

We were given a bar graph showing the percentage of male and female population in secondary schools and in higher education system in Europe, Latin America, South Africa and East Asia in the year of 2000.

 

Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

Some people believe that crime rate can be reduced by giving a long punishment, while others say there are alternate ways to reduce crime. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

 

Speaking test

 

Interview

 

- What is your full name?

- Can I see your ID?

- Where are you from?

- Do you work or study?

- Where do you live now?

- Is it a house or an apartment?

- Please describe your house.

- Which room do you like the most? Why?

- What would you change in your house, if you had a chance? Why?

 

Cue Card

 

Talk about a difficult choice that you had to make and realised later it was the right decision. Please say

- When and where did you make this decision?

- How did you know it was the right decision?

- Why was this decision important to you?

 

Discussion

 

- What kind of choices do we make in our daily life?

- What kind of choices do children make in daily life?

- Is it important to go for a walk in a park these days?

- What do you do in a park?

- Do you think people these days prefer free time or money?

- When people work long hours, does that affect their family life? Why?

 

IELTS test in Islamabad, Pakistan – March 2016 (Academic Module)

An IELTS test taker from Pakistan (thanks, S!) remembered the following information about the recent exam:

Listening test

Section 1. A conversation between a man and a woman about renting an apartment.
Section 2. A conversation between two friends about university studies and some particular program that one of them is already doing.
Section 3, 4. Don’t remember.

Reading test

Passage 1. About fluoridation of water.
Passage 2. About memory ability and skills.
Passage 3. Don’t remember.

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a report)

 
We were given a bar graph showing the percentage of male and female population in secondary schools and in higher education system in Europe, Latin America, South Africa and East Asia in the year of 2000.

Writing task 2 (an essay)

Some people believe that crime rate can be reduced by giving a long punishment, while others say there are alternate ways to reduce crime. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

Speaking test

Interview

- What is your full name?
- Can I see your ID?
- Where are you from?
- Do you work or study?
- Where do you live now?
- Is it a house or an apartment?
- Please describe your house.
- Which room do you like the most? Why?
- What would you change in your house, if you had a chance? Why?

Cue Card

Talk about a difficult choice that you had to make and realised later it was the right decision. Please say
- When and where did you make this decision?
- How did you know it was the right decision?
- Why was this decision important to you?

Discussion

- What kind of choices do we make in our daily life?
- What kind of choices do children make in daily life?
- Is it important to go for a walk in a park these days?
- What do you do in a park?
- Do you think people these days prefer free time or money?
- When people work long hours, does that affect their family life? Why?
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