My dear readers and friends,
I know that you come from all over the world, and some of you don’t celebrate Christmas, others do, so it was a kind of a dilemma for me, whether or not I should mention Christmas on IELTS-Blog.
Did you know that IELTS-Blog.com is visited by people from 173 different countries? And, of course, you all belong to different races, practice different religions, plus quite a few of you are atheists.
But anyway, I decided that because I now live in Australia and here we do celebrate Christmas, I can’t just shut up and let this day go unnoticed 🙂
I wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
IELTS test in Indonesia was described by D. who remembered the questions in the Writing and Speaking parts. Thank you D.!
Writing task 1 (a report)
The graph showed the trends of frequency (in percentage) among people in different age groups that like to watch a movie at the cinema, in times a month over a period of several years.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
These days, people tend to easily buy new things and throw away the old ones, even though they still can be used. Is this a positive or a negative development?
– Do you work or study?
– What do you like to do in your leisure time?
– How do you deal with people in your office?
Cue card Discussion
Please explain what do you need to do to achieve your goals, you should say:
– what your goals within the next year are,
– what things you have done so far,
– what your detailed action plan is.
– Do you think the challenges which young people deal with these days are the same as your parents had before?
– What do you think about the education system in your country?
– Can the education system produce good human resources, professionals who can compete globally?