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IELTS Speaking questions in Hong Kong in February 2017

 

 

IELTS Speaking test

 

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?

– Can you describe your home?

– What part of Hong Kong do you live in?

– Do you have dreams when you sleep?

– What dreams do you usually have?

– Do you like to listen to other people talking about their dreams?

– Why is it so?

 

IELTS Cue Card Questions

 

Talk about a place where you go for a swim. Please say

– Why do you like to go there?

– What does the place look like?

– Who do you go there with?

 

IELTS Discussion Questions

 

– Why are some sports more popular than others?

– What do you think about sports facilities in your city?

– Can government policies affect sports facilities? How?

– What can the government do to improve sport facilities?

– Do you think the demand for leisure and cultural facilities varies for different age groups?

– Why do you think it is?

– Do you like buying shoes?

– Do prefer them fashionable or comfortable?

– Why is that?

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Face your IELTS Speaking test with high confidence!

 

Self-confidence enables IELTS test takers to take risks, to challenge themselves and move on to new achievements: self-confidence creates the belief that if things go wrong, they can be put right, that you have adequate resources to cope with the unpredictable and unknown facets of that condition.


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Dr.Arian Karimi IELTS Speaking : The 2nd Step (Get to Know the Exam)

 

In fact, there are 3 sections in the IELTS Speaking part:

 

The first section is an interview during which the examiner asks you very general questions to give you the chance to talk about yourself.

In the second section you are required to talk on a subject for between 1-2 minutes.

In the third and final section the examiner will ask you questions on the topic from section 2.

 

some notes :

 

The Speaking test is identical for both the Academic and the General exam.

The Speaking test is recorded.

The test lasts between 11-14 minutes.

You do the test on your own.

During the Section 1 'interview' the examiner will ask you simple 'getting-to-know' you questions.

In the Section 2 'long turn' you are required to speak for between 1-2 minutes on your own. The examiner will give you a card with the instructions for your talk. At the end of your talk the examiner will ask you a question or two about the topic.

You are given 1 minute to prepare what you are going to say and you can make notes.

During the Section 3 'discussion' the examiner will ask you questions on the same topic you talked about in Section 2.

The examiner will not explain the meaning of words or phrases in Section 1 or 2. However, because Section 3 is designed to be a discussion between you and the examiner, you are able to ask for an explanation.

The examiner is not permitted to discuss the test with you.

 

Rhythmic IELTS

 

This part offers a clear explanation of how to view each part of the Speaking exam.

 

How does the IELTS Speaking exam relate to real-life situations?

 

The IELTS Speaking test has its own special rhythm and it helps to respect that rhythm. That is, the test gets harder as it goes along and that each part of the test asks you to speak in a different way. One way to think about this is to see how each part of the test reflects a different social occasion. The general idea is that you can use the everyday speaking skills you have in your own language to help you in the exam – it’s not really the case that you need lots of “exam” skills.


Part 1 – small talk

 

– who are you?

This is the easy part. Small talk is what we do at social occasions to be polite. You meet someone new and you chat to them. The idea is that they want to know a little bit about you to see if you are their sort of person. Say too little is rude, say too much is just boring. It may help to think of the examiner as someone you want to start a relationship with!

 

Exam tip: Don’t try and do too much. The examiner has lots of questions to ask you here (around 12), and the questions are meant to be simple. The hard questions come later, save your energy for them in part 3.

 

Preparation tip: Learn to make some eye contact. This is difficult for some candidates. Very nearly 100% of the most confident speakers I know make eye contact and this is one part of the test where you should be confident.

 


Part 2 – the get together – do you remember the time…?

 

You get 1 minute’s thinking time and need to speak for 2 minutes .You are now out with a friend, someone you know quite well, and you are talking together about stuff – things from your life. If you were in the UK, this would happen in a pub. You sit together and because you know each other quite well, you don’t need to talk all the time, you sit silently for a bit and then you start telling stories. This cue card is really just asking you to tell a story from your life:

 

 

  Describe a meal you remember. You should say:

 

    what the different dishes were
    where the meal was
    who you shared the meal with

 and say why you remember that meal.

 

 

Exam tip: How do you tell a good story? Some people find this harder than others. Detail is the answer. What detail do you need? As ever with IELTS, the clue is in the question: the cue card tells you what details to use with the who/when/where/what questions. Be smart and use the cue card to help you.

 

Preparation tip: By all means find some practice cue cards and see what sort of topics you may need to talk about. My best suggestion though is to look through the pictures on your camera roll. What you will see there are the ideas you need to use – people, things and events in your life – you are always talking personally in this part of the test.

 


Part 3 – the interview – are you good enough?

 

It seems the hardest part of the IELTS. Unlike part 1, the questions are thinking questions and that means you need to think and speak at the same time – tough. Unlike part 2, you get no thinking time,but the good news is that you’ve had 10 minutes to warm up.


The test format is very similar to a standard interview. Here are some questions to see if you “think on your feet” in English. You should already be prepared because the questions follow the topic of part 2, but this is the one area of the test that you may need to use speaking strategic competence.

 

Exam tip: As the one who has done lots of oral examining (not IELTS), I can tell you the best strategy is answering the question completely, but surprisingly almost no one do it. Moreover, adding the phrases like “I don’t know” and “I’m not sure” can be the most intelligent way to expand  your ideas appropriately.

 

The last one but not the least: You do need to dicover a web site that can help you in your way with helpful strategies. If you are reading this page, you are already here!!!

 

Is it wriong to ask the examiner for more explaination of a word which I don’t understand completely?

 

In order to make the exam fair for everyone the examiner works from a script during Part 1 and 2.

 

The examiner will repeat the question for you in Part 1 and will try to make the instructions clear in Part 2. However, it is not common for the examiner to explain the meaning of words or expressions. In Part 3, however, the idea is to have more of a free-flowing discussion about the topic and you will be allowed to ask for clarification in this section.

 

Useful expressions to ask for making the subject more clear:

 

Sorry, could you repeat that?


Could you say that again?

 

when you understand, but need the confirmation try the followings:

 

Are you asking whether …

Do you mean …

 

 Best of Luck with Your Exam

 

Academic IELTS test held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan in February 2017


IELTS Listening Test

 

Section 1. A woman registered for a driving test.

Section 2. About a certain game and its rules.

Section 3. About paintings and different artists.

Section 4. About children’s development.

 

IELTS Reading Test

 

Passage 1. About obesity issues.

Passage 2. About Space exploration and robotics.

Passage 3. Don’t remember.

 

IELTS Writing Test

 

IELTS Writing task 1 (a report)


We were given three pie charts showing different types of accommodation holidaymakers chose in the recent years.

IELTS Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

Nowadays most people choose to throw away broken things instead of repairing them, and replace them with new ones. Why is this happening? What problems may it lead to?

 

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 do you do?

– Describe your hometown, please.

– Do you like watches?

– Do you wear one?

– What type of watches do you like?

 

IELTS Cue Card

 

Talk about your future plans that aren’t related to studies or work. Please say

– What do you have planned?

– When are you going to do it?

– Why did you make these plans?

 

IELTS Discussion

 

– What do you think about planning?

– What is more important at the workplace, team or salary?

– Why do you think so?

 

The Recent IELTS Speaking test was held in  Saudi Arabia in February 2017

 

IELTS Speaking Part 1 : 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?
– Why do you like your job?
– Does your job involve reading?
– Do you like to read?
– Do you prefer print books or e-books?
– Do you like spending time by the sea?
– Is it important to you?

 

IELTS Speaking Part 2 : Cue Card

 

Talk about a small business that you would like to start in the future. Please say

– What kind of business it would be

– Where it would be located

– When you would start the business

– Why you would start this kind of business

 

IELTS Speaking Part 3 : IELTS Discussion

 

– Would you prefer working for a company or being your own boss?

– Do you think academic education is more important than experience in the field?

– What skills are required to start a small business?

– What are the risks of running your own business?

 


IELTS Speaking test in Japan – February 2017

 

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?

– Where do you live now?

– Is it a house or an apartment?

– Can you describe your place?

– What can you see from the window?

– Do you like to invite people to your home?

– What do you prefer, inviting people over or visiting their homes?

– What is common in your country, meeting with people outside or at home?

– Why is it so?

– What colour do you like the most?

– Did it change compared to the past?

– What colour do you like to use for your home decoration?

 

Cue Card

 

Describe a job you would like to do in a foreign country for a short period of time. Please say

 

– What job would it be?

– Where would you prefer to work?

– Why would you like to do it?

 

Discussion

 

– Who would you like to go there with?

– Do you really want to do that work in the future?

– Is it an advantage for students to work in a different country?

– Why do you think so?

– What job do students usually do for a short time in other countries?

– Why do you think some students don’t work in other countries?

– Is it an advantage for people to work for an international company?

– Why do you think so?

– What skills are valued the most by international companies?

– What is more important for business, academic or practical skills in your opinion?

 

IELTS Speaking test sample held in Bangladesh in January 2016

 

Part 1 : IELTS Interview held in Bangladesh

 

– What is your name?

– Tell me about your home country.

– Which part of your country do you like the most? Why?

– Do you like gossiping? Why?

– Lets talk about animals.

– Do you have pets?

– How do you take care of them?

– Do you love them? Why?

 

Part 2 : Cue Card of the IELTS Speaking Test held in Bangladesh

 

Talk about a moment when you had to make a decision to go against your manager at work. Please say

– what your decision was about

– why you had to make the decision

– how you felt after that

 

Part 3 : Discussion Part of that

 

– Do you think our politicians should be more careful when they make decisions?

– How do their decisions affect people in general?

– Do you think about the consequences when you make decisions?

 

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IELTS test in Australia – January 2017 (Academic Module)

 

Listening test

 

Section 1. A conversation with a customer care representative about roadside car assistance.

Questions: filling in blanks.

 

Section 2. Two lecturers were discussing their students’ geology field trip.

 

Section 3. Don’t remember.

 

Section 4. A speech about a company.

Questions: filling in blanks.

 

Reading test

 

Passage 1. About congestion and causes of traffic in major cities.

Questions: short-answer questions, True/False/Not Given, match headings to paragraphs.

 

Passage 2. About green roofs in the UK, a research carried out by some scientists.

Questions: multiple choice, True/False/Not Given, match headings to paragraphs.

 

Passage 3. About languages and different ways we use them to communicate.

Questions: filling in blanks, short-answer questions (no more than 1 word), match headings to paragraphs.

 

Writing test

 

Writing task 1 (a report)

 

We were given three pie charts (each chart described a different year). There were three categories on every chart showing post-study options, such as

unemployed, employed, further studies, taken by Australian secondary school students.

 

Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

Nowadays many young people are often spending their free time in shopping centers. This has a negative effect on the youth and the society. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement? Give your opinion and relevant examples.

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IELTS test in Azerbaijan – January 2017 (Academic Module)

 

Listening test

 

Section 1. A phone conversation about party arrangement.

Section 2. A conversation about study project between two students and a teacher.

Section 3. Don’t remember.

Section 4. A lecture about benefits of aircraft usage for long distance journeys.

 

IELTS Reading test

 

Don’t remember.

 

IELTS Writing test

 

Writing task 1 (a report)

 

We were given two pie charts and a table showing information about online shopping habits in Australia and New Zealand. We had to summarize the data.

 

Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

Some schools start teaching a foreign language in primary school years. Do advantages of teaching languages to young children outweigh the disadvantages? Give your own opinion and examples.

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