Our kind friend from Taiwan has shared a recent IELTS exam, enjoy:
Section 1. A conversation between an apartment renter and the building’s assistant manager about call tariffs and Internet fees.
Questions: filling in blanks and multiple choice.
Section 2. A botanical garden owner showing her garden.
Question: multiple choice.
Section 3. A conversation of two students on the requirements for the presentation.
Questions: filling in blanks, short-answer questions (no more than X words).
Section 4. About the construction of the first railway in Australia.
Questions: filling in blanks, multiple choice.
Passage 1. A research on managerial roles.
Questions: True / False / Not Given, choose the appropriate letter for right answers.
Passage 2. The discovery of the first analogue computer.
Questions: filling in blanks, match people’s names to their phrases.
Passage 3. A research into visitor-employed photography VEP
Questions: match title for each paragraph, match names of people to the relevant phrases, multiple choice.
Writing task 1 (a report)
We were given a table that described the percentage of population over age 60 in 8 regions all over the world between 2000 and 2005.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Employers now tend to prefer employees with good social skills in addition to good qualifications. Social skills are getting more and more important compared to qualifications. Do you agree or disagree?
The IELTS exam in India (below) was shared by our kind friend N, who remembered the Writing and Speaking sections.
Writing task 1 (a letter)
Write a letter to the clothing shop manager and let her/him know about the problem you have noticed with the clothes you bought in from his/her shop, which is located in another city far away from your home town. In your letter
– Explain the problem you noticed.
– Say what you felt when you noticed the problem.
– Explain what you would like the manager to do.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Radio will no longer be able to hold its presence as television and Internet media will replace it very soon. Do you agree or disagree?
– What is your name?
– Do you work or study?
– What is the nature of business of your company?
– Do you like to write letters or emails?
– Do you use a laptop to write a letter or do you use a pen?
– To whom mostly do you like to write?
– Do you like collecting letters?
– Do you think collecting letters is a good habit?
– Do you live in a village or a city?
– Tell me something about your home town.
– What do you do to keep yourself fit?
– Do you like running?
Tell me about a journey you have taken when you were a child, please say
– Where you went
– With whom you visited that place
– How you went there, and
– What you did there.
Did you enjoy your vacation?
– Do you like to travel to the same place again?
– What kind of transport do people of your city use mostly?
– Do you think that using motorcycles is a good option for traveling?
– Who do you think travels most, a person from a city or from a village?
– Do you think that standards of transportation will improve in the future?