IELTS Speaking questions from Algeria – March 2010

IELTS in Algeria was the same as the exam in Spain, and here are the Speaking questions that our friend N remembered:

Speaking test

– Can you please introduce yourself?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Talk about your hometown.
– Where would you recommend a tourist to go to in your hometown?
– Do you live in a house or in a flat?
– What do you like the most about your house?
– Do you like shopping?
– What kind of clothes do you like more?
– Do you follow fashions in clothing?
– How do people in Algeria choose fashions nowadays? What is your opinion?

Cue Card 1
Describe an important conversation you had, you should say:
– what it was about,
– whom you had it with,
– why it was important.

Cue Card 2

Talk about an old thing that you or your family have kept, please say:
– what this old thing was,
– why you have kept it,
– why it is important to keep old things.

– How often do Algerian people visit museums?
– Which type of museums are popular in Algeria?
– What is the importance of museums in the society?
– What should the government do to encourage people to visit museums?

IELTS test in Australia – March 2010 (General Training)

IELTS exam in Australia was shared by R. who managed to remember the following:

Reading test

Passage 1. 6 advertisements about hotels.
Passage 2. About manufacturing sandwiches.
Passage 3. Don’t remember.
Passage 4. A research into sleep and sleeplessness.

Writing test

Writing Task 1 (a letter)
Write a letter to a travel agent expressing your dissatisfaction with their facilities due to a problem you had on your holiday.

Writing Task 2 (an essay)
People who fail at school will often succeed in adult life. Why it is happening? Give reasons and examples from your own knowledge.

Speaking test

– What is your name?
– Where are you from?
– Tell me about your hometown.
– Do you like cooking?
– In your family who does the cooking?

Cue card
Talk about a school that you have visited when you were a child, you should say:
– what was the classroom size,
– how many students there were and who they were,
– how many teachers there were.

– What social values did you learn besides studying in your school?
– How can the school affect social values that a student learns and in which way?
– Who teaches the students more about values, parents or school, and why?



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