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IELTS test in Hungary – October 2017 (General Training)

Our friend T took the IELTS test in Hungary and remembered the following information:

Listening testIELTS test in Hungary

Section 1. Discussion with an apartment owner.

Section 2. Description of holiday park facilities and surroundings.

Section 3. About students graduation process.

Section 4. A lecture about building materials and their deterioration.

Reading test

Passage 1. About Australian parrots.

Passage 2. About desertification.

Passage 3. Don’t remember.

Passage 4. About multitasking, its pros and cons.

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a letter)

You have borrowed something from your friend for a party and unfortunately it was damaged. Write a letter to your friend to apologise and say

– What and when did you borrow?
– What happened to it? Why?
– What do you suggest to do about it?

Writing Task 2 (an essay)

Nowadays congestion and traffic jams are a common and major problem in most cities. Some people believe it is a good idea to construct wider roads to resolve this issue. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? What can be the solution, in your opinion?

IELTS Speaking test in India – October 2017

When B took the IELTS Speaking test in India, the examiner asked the following questions:

Speaking testIELTS test in India


– 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 like to stay in the college after lectures?
– Let’s talk about friends.
– Do you prefer having more friends or a limited number of friends?
– What do you usually do when you go out with friends?
– How often do you meet them?
– Let’s talk about robots.
– What do you know about robots?
– Do you like them?
– Would you prefer a robot or a human maid? Why?
– Would you like to have a robot driving a car? Why?

Cue Card

Talk about a speech you have heard that inspired you. Please say

– Who was the speaker?
– What was the speech about?
– Where and when did you hear it?


– Why were you inspired by it?
– What do you think about conferences?
– Can people who aren’t part of a particular conference attend it?
– Are international conferences a good idea? Why?



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