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IELTS in Perth, Australia was described by O, who shared some topics and questions. She didn’t remember anything from Listening or Reading, but the questions from Writing and the Speaking are very helpful. Thank you O! (By the way, the questions in Speaking test were the same as in Istanbul, Turkey – so I’m told).
Writing Task 1 (report)
We had a chart about oil consumption and production in China from 1984 up to 2008. It was easy.
Writing Task 2 (essay)
There are many new technologies for communication. Do you think they are helping people to stay in touch or not? Provide relevant examples and state your opinion.
- What is your name?
- How should I call you?
- Are you driving?
- Is it important to drive safely? Why?
- What kind of music do people listen in your country?
- What is popular leisure activity in your country?
- Do you like vegetables and fruit?
- Is it important for children to eat them?
- What age is good to start learning how to drive?
- Did you get your license when you were at school?
Talk about a leisure activity that you want to start:
- When are you starting it?
- Where is it going to take place?
- What is the use of this activity?
- Should people get involved in leisure activities?
- Do you think it can be difficult to have leisure activities when you retired?
- Do people get bored leisure activities when they are retired?
Academic IELTS candidates
You probably noticed how in the recent exams there were many bar graphs, and I thought that you guys could use some exercise. I’ve created this little chart below to be similar to the ones that appeared in real exams, and here is your homework for the day:
You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
The chart below shows estimated percentage of car trips made, presented by trip purpose and gender of drivers in 2005.
Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information below.
You should write at least 150 words.
And if you want someone to check your work – use our writing assessment service. Our teachers will be happy to grade your work, give you an approximate Band score and suggest how you could make your report better.
General Training Candidates
Your homework for today is to write a letter as follows, in about 20 minutes:
At a work-related seminar that you’re attending, you’ve received an assignment due on a certain date. You have missed that deadline. Write a letter to your lecturer and mention
- the name of your seminar and subject of your assignement
- the reason you could not finish submit it on time
- ask for time extension and say when you will submit your work.
And if you guys want feedback from our teachers, read here how to submit your work for assessment.
Still here? You’ve got work to do