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IELTS exam in Dublin, Ireland – October 2008 (General Training)

Here is what A. from Dublin wanted you to know about his exam:

Listening

As usual, some parts were easier and some harder, nothing exceptional

Reading

There were 4 passages and 40 questions; the difficulty of tasks was like in the books. Don’t remember the topics, unfortunately.

Writing

Task 1 (Letter)
Write a letter to apply for a job following an advertisement in a newspaper

Task 2 (Essay)
Some people think if the students are afraid of their teacher this is better, other think that having a friendly relationship with teachers in better, what do you think ?

Speaking

I thought it was less formal, but hard, and a huge of number of questions.
It was my first experience, so felt a bit weird.

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