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IELTS test sample in Vietnam – Academic IELTS

IELTS test in Vietnam – August 2016 (Academic Module)

 

Listening test

 

Section 1. About the Au Pair program.
Questions: filling in blanks.
Section 2. About different choirs and their features.
Questions: multiple choice.
Section 3. Don’t remember.
Section 4. About music in the workplace.
Questions: short-answer questions.

 

Reading test

 

Passage 1. About hunger in Africa, its cause and possible solutions.
Passage 2. How ocean creatures use their vision system.
Passage 3. The philosophy of beauty.

 

Writing test

 

Writing task 1 (a report)

 

We were given a bar graph showing the number of people who applied for immigration to Australia in four occupations: accountant, computer programmer, cook and IT engineer.

 

Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

Cycling has many benefits, yet in some countries there is a decrease in numbers of people using bicycles as their main form of transportation. Why is it happening? Give suggestions how to encourage people to use bicycles again.

 

Speaking test

 

Interview

 

– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– Do you travel by bus or taxi?
– How often do you do it? Why?
– What do you prefer, taking a bus or a taxi?

 

Cue Card

 

Describe a day when you had to change your plans because of the weather. Please say

– When and where was it?
– What did you do instead?
– How did you feel about it?

 

Discussion

 

– Do you usually change your plans according to the weather?
– How is the weather in your country?
– What activities do people do in different weather?
– Do people talk about the weather in your country?
– Did you take dance classes when you were young? Why?
– On what occasions do people dance in your country?

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IELTS Speaking test in Sri Lanka – August 2016

 

Speaking test

 

Interview

– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– Do you like to walk?
– Are you walking to your work or school?
– Tell me about an interesting thing that happened to you while walking.
– Do you like movies?
– Do you go to cinema on weekends?
– Do you like to plan your weekends?
– What are you going to do next weekend?

Cue Card

Talk about a course that you would like to do if you had enough time. Please say

– What course is it?
– What do you think you can learn from it?
– Do you think this would be easy to learn? Why?

Discussion

– What subjects do most students study in your country?
– Why is that?
– When a company hires a person, do they consider qualifications or experience?
– What is the role of teachers in learning?

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IELTS test in Israel – August 2016 (General Training)

 

Listening test

 

Section 1. A lady was interviewing a 19 year-old guy about his life.

Section 2. An Australian lady talked about flowers in Canberra.

Section 3. Students were talking to their tutor about nursing subjects.

Section 4. An American marine scientist was describing types of submarines.

 

Reading test

 

Passage 1. Description of facilities in different hotels.

Passage 2. About a repair service for some products.
Questions: True/False/Not Given.

Passage 3. About a phone service that can be used to call other countries for lower price.

Passage 4. About an IT company and its products including rating.

Passage 5. About Malaysian rail station in Kuala Lumpur, its design and history.

 

Writing test

 

Writing task 1 (a letter)

 

You heard that the cafeteria at your work is planned for closure as it’s not in use. Write a letter to your manager and request to cancel this decision. In your letter

 

– State the reasons for it not being in use.
– Why is it important to leave it open?
– Suggest what to do with this place.

 

Writing Task 2 (an essay)

 

Nowadays many people go shopping in their free time. Shopping has replaced many other activities that people used to choose as their hobby. What are the reasons for this? Is this a positive or negative development?

 

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IELTS Speaking test in Myanmar (Burma) – August 2016

 

Speaking test

 

Interview

 

– Do you work or study?
– Why did you choose this job?
– Do you enjoy studying alone or with friends?
– Do you like advertisements?
– Have you ever bought a product after watching its advertisement on TV?
– Is it good to advertise online?
– Have you learnt art in your school?
– What do you prefer, drawing or painting?
– Have you ever been to an art gallery?
– Do you have a plan to study art in the future?

 

Cue Card

 

Describe something that you share with someone else. Please say

 

– What it is
– Who you share with
– Why you share it, and
– How you feel about sharing it.

 

Discussion

 

– How do the Internet and mobile phones impact on our lives?
– What are the advantages and disadvantages of study or work in a group?
– Should children be taught to share?
– What things should children share and what are the things that they shouldn’t be sharing?
– Should students share accommodation?
– What are the advantages and disadvantages of that?

 

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آزمون مصاحبه آیلتس ایرلند در جولای 2016

 


IELTS Speaking test in Ireland – July 2016

 

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?
– Do you use public transport?
– How would you describe transport facilities in your city?
– Do you like singing?
– Have you learned to sing in your childhood?
– Why do people sing?
– How often do people sing?
– What type of songs do you listen to?
– Do you like walking? Why?
– How often do you walk?
– What kind of interesting things do you see while walking?

 

Cue Card

 

Talk about your best friend. Please say

– Who is he/she?
– When did you both meet for the first time?
– What do you usually do together?

 

Discussion

 

– What are the benefits of team work on an international level?
– Is it possible for an employee and a manager to be best friends?
– What are the benefits of sports or the Olympic Games?
– Can they bring unity on an international level? Why?

Cambridge IELTS 7 Page 92 - Test 4

 

 Reading Passage 2


You should spend about 20 minutes on Questions 14-26. which are based on Reading Passage 2 below.

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Endless Harvest
________________


More than two hundred years ago, Russian explorers and fur hunters landed on the Aleutian Islands, a volcanic archipelago in the North Pacific, and learned of a land mass that lay farther to the north. The islands' native inhabitants called this land mass Aleyska. the 'Great Land'; today, we know it as Alaska.

 

The forty-ninth state to join the United States of America (in 1959), Alaska is fully one-fifth the size of the mainland 48 - states combined. It shares, with Canada, the second, longest river system in North America and has over half the coastline of the United States. The rivers feed into the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska - cold, nutrient-rich waters which support tens of millions of seabirds, and over 400 species of fish, shellfish, crustaceans, and mollusks. Taking advantage of this rich bounty, Alaska's commercial fisheries have developed into some of the largest in the world.

 

According to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G), Alaska's commercial fisheries landed hundreds of thousarids of tonnes of shellfish and herring, and well over a million tones of ground fish (cod, sole, perch and pollock) in 2000. The true cultural heart and soul of Alaska's fisheries, "however, is salmon. 'Salmon,' notes writer Susan Ewing in The Great Alaska Nature Fact book, 4pump through Alaska like blood through a heart, bringing rhythmic, circulating nourishment to land, animals and people.' The 'predictable abundance of salmon allowed some native cultures to flourish,' and 'dying spankers" feed bears, eagles, other animals, and ultimately the soil itself' All five species of Pacific salmon - chinook, or king; chum, or dog; Coho, or silver; sockeye, or red; and pink, or humpback - spawn in Alaskan waters, and 90% of all Pacific salmon commercially caught in North America arc produced there. Indeed, if Alaska was an independent nation, it would be the largest producer of wild salmon in the world. During 2000, commercial catches of Pacific salmon in Alaska exceeded 320,000 tonnes, with an ex-vessel value of over $US260 million.

 

Catches have not always been so healthy. Between 1940 and 1959, over fishing led to crashes in salmon populations so severe that in 1953 Alaska was declared a federal disaster area. With the onset of statehood, however, the State of Alaska took over management of its own fisheries, guided by a state constitution which mandates that Alaska's natural resources be managed on a sustainable basis. At that time, statewide harvests totaled around 25 million salmon. Over the next few- decades average catches steadily increased as a result of this policy of sustainable management, until, during the 1990s, annual harvests were well in excess of 100 million, and on several occasions over 200 million fish.

 

The primary reason for such increases is what is known as In-Season Abundance-Based Management'. There are biologists throughout the state constantly monitoring adult fish as they show up to spawn. The biologists sir. in streamside counting towers, study sonar, watch from aeroplanes, and talk to fishermen. The salmon season in Alaska is not pre-set. The fishermen know die approximate time of year when they will be allowed to fish, but on any given day, one or more field biologists in a particular area can put a halt to fishing. Even sport filing can be brought to a halt It is this management mechanism that has allowed Alaska salmon stocks - and, accordingly, Alaska salmon fisheries - to prosper, even as salmon populations in the rest of the United States arc increasingly considered threatened or even endangered.

 

In 1999, the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)*** commissioned a review of the Alaska salmon fishery. The Council, which was founded in 19%, certifies fisheries that meet high environmental standards, enabling them to use a label that recogmses their environmental responsibility. The MSC has established a set of criteria by which commercial fisheries can be judged. Recognising the potential benefits of being identified as environmentally responsible, fisheries approach the Council requesting to undergo the certificauon process. The MSC then appoints a certification committee, composed of a panel of fisheries experts, which gathers information and opinions from fishermen, biologists, government officials, industry representatives, non-governmental organisations and others.

 

Some observers thought the Alaska salmon fisheries would not have any chance of certification when, in the months leading up to MSC's final decision, salmon runs throughout western Alaska - completely collapsed. In the Yukon and Kuskokwim rivers, chinook and chum runs were probably the poorest since statehood; subsistence communities throughout the region, who normally have priority over commercial fishing, were devastated.

 

The crisis was completely unexpected, but researchers believe it had nothing to do with impacts of fisheries. Rather, they contend, it was almost certainly the result of climatic shifts, prompted in part by cumulative effects of the el nino/la nina phenomenon on Pacific Ocean temperatures, culminating in a harsh winter in which huge numbers of salmon eggs were frozen. It could have meant the end as far as the certification process was concerned. However, the state reacted quickly, closing down all fisheries, even those necessary for subsistence purposes.

 

In September 2000, MSC announced that the Alaska salmon fisheries qualified fop certification. Seven companies producing Alaska salmon were immediately granted permission to display the MSC logo on their products. Certification is for an initial period of five years, with an annual review to ensure dial the fishery is continuing to meet the required standards.

 

* spawners: fish thai have released eggs
* spawn : release eggs

 


Questions 14-20


Do the following statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage 2 ?

In boxes 14-20 on your answer sheet, write

TRUE                     if the statement agrees with the information
FALSE                   if the statement contradicts the information
NOT GIVEN           if there is no information on this

 

14. The inhabitants of the Aleutian islands renamed their islands 4Aleyska\
15. Alaska's fisheries are owned by some of the world's largest companies.
16. Life in Alaska is dependent on salmon.
17. Ninety per cent of all Pacific salmon caught are sockeye or pink salmon.
18. More than 320,000 tonnes of salmon were caught in Alaska in 2000.
19. Between 1940 and 1959, there was a sharp decrease in Alaska's salmon population.
20. During the 1990s, the average number of salmon caught each year was 100 million.




Questions 21-26


Complete each sentence with the correct ending, A-K. below.


Write the correct letter, A-K. in boxes 21-26 on your answer sheet.

21 In Alaska, biologists keep a check on adult fish
22 Biologists have the authority
23 In-Season Abundance-Based Management has allowed the Alaska salmon fisheries
24 The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) was established
25 As a result of the collapse of the salmon runs in 1999, the state decided
26 In September 2000, the MSC allowed seven Alaska salmon companies

 

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 A to recognise fisheries that care for the environment.

B to be successful.

C to slop fish from spawning

D to set up environmental protection laws.

E to stop people fishing for sport.

F to label their products using the MSC logo.

G to ensure that fish numbers are sufficient to permit fishing.

H to assist the subsistence communities in the region.

I to freeze a huge number of salmon eggs.

J to deny certification to the Alaska fisheries.

K to close down all-fisheries.

 

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Reading Answer key:



14 FALSE
15 NOT GIVEN
16 TRUE
17 NOT GIVEN
18 TRUE
19 TRUE
20 FALSE
21 G
22 E
23 B
24 A
25 K
26 F

 

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IELTS Speaking test in Saudi Arabia – July 2016

 

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?
– Where do you live now?
– What kind of transportation do you use?
– Do you like walking? Why?
– Are there specific places for walking in your area?
– On what occasions do you give presents?
– Do you think it’s difficult to choose a gift for somebody?
– Do we give rich people expensive gifts? Why?

 

Cue Card

 

Talk about a situation that made you feel angry. Please say:

– Describe the situation.
– When and where did it occur?
– Why did you feel angry about it?

 

Discussion

 

– Do you still feel angry about it?
– How often does it happen?
– Do you think people should express their feelings?
– Who can express feelings more freely, men or women? Why?

 

آیلتس مشترک در ایران و انگلستان بخش آکادمیک در جولای 2016

 

IELTS test in the UK and Iran – July 2016 (Academic Module)


 

Writing test

 

Writing task 1 (a report)

 

We were given a table showing the percentages of underweight, normal weight and overweight women and men in three years.

 

Writing task 2 (an essay)

 

Nowadays many people are diagnosed with anorexia. What do you think the causes of this are? What can be done to improve the situation?

 

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 for work?
– Do you use computers a lot?
– Let’s talk about your home.
– What do you like about your home?
– Why do you like it?
– Would you like to change something there?
– Which part of your house would you change?
– What is the reason for that?

 

Cue Card

 

Talk about one of your future plans. Please say

– What would you like to do?
– How do you intend to achieve it?
– How will it help you?

 

Discussion

 

– Who are better advisors for children: parents, teachers or friends?
– Why do you think so?
– At what age should children be allowed to have mobile phones?
– Why do you think so?
– Is it good for people to live their dreams?
– When is the right time to have dreams?


Model Answer for the speaking cue card topic :


Everybody has a plan for future. Though future is uncertain and many times unpredictable, I believe that to some extend our future depends on our actions on past and present. In the future I want to run a Mega-shopping mall business where my involvement would not be mandatory to run the daily business and I would enjoy my time by visiting different places of the world.

 

After I finished my graduation, I started working for a small company. Now I am working for a large multinational company I have planned to work till I become 36 and then I will take early retirement. The money I will inherit and the amount I am currently saving per month should allow me to start a business. I have planned to start a big shopping mall. I will have my close relatives as the employees and authorities of the business and initially I will work in this shopping mall for 2-3 years to make it run smoothly. When the business would go on with its own path, I will enjoy my vacation and would visit different renowned and beautiful cities of the world. I will visit Asia, Europe, Russia and many more places.

 

Hopefully I will enjoy the retirement and the trips. Though I am not sure about the future but I have already planned for it. Because I believe proper planning and initiation is the half of the total task and fulfilling dream. I have already taken some steps towards achieving my future plan.

 

Tips for answering this Cue Card Questions:

 

You can mention what you want to do anytime in the future. This topic has not asked that what you would do after you get 50 or so. For this, you can even talk about things you are planning to do in the near future. A very good answer to this topic can be "I want to go to a foreign country to finish my Masters and PhD from a reputed university and then return to my country and start a business/ to do a job.

 


Following are some of the ideas for you to pick from to answer this topic:

 

I will migrate to a foreign country and start my career there.
I will run a small business in my hometown.
I will establish a school in my hometown.
I will take my early retirement and visit different places.
I will fully spend my time with my family members and would do the farming
I will start a job and would work as an executive.
I will purchase a house at my hometown and would start living there.

 

If you prepare for this cue card topic you should be able to answer the following cue card topics also:

 

1. Describe your future plan.
2. Describe what you will do after your retirement.
3. Describe a thing that you want to do in the future.
4. Talk about your plan for a business.
5. Describe what you want to do in the future.
6. Describe one of your dreams.
7. Describe a plan you have.

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