The IELTS Books giveaway we announced on the 1st of September is over, and the winners were picked. For those of you who don’t remember, or have just joined IELTS-Blog.com, the task was to tell us what features and content you’re looking for in a great IELTS study book.
Here are the lucky 7 people who won and will be taking home one of the e-books ‘Target Band 7’ or ‘Ace the IELTS’
1. Chandler, who sent us a video about the features his ideal IELTS book would have.
2. Karma, who shared the giveaway on Facebook.
3. Paritosh, who also sent us a video response.
We (intentionally) do not include here the winners’ email addresses, to guard their privacy. We will contact every winner via email to let them choose the book they need, and to ensure it was delivered.
Thanks to everyone for participating, and good luck with your IELTS preparation!
Our kind friend M shared the topics from a recent IELTS exam in India:
Section 1. Booking hotel facilities for a party.
Section 2. Sport facilities available in a town.
Section 3. Don’t remember.
Section 4. The red sea urchin.
Passage 1. About rain water conservation in a village.
Passage 2. About evolution of various sciences.
Passage 3. About biometrics.
Writing task 1 (a report)
We were given two bar graphs showing the number of persons per household in the UK in the years 1991 and 2001.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Private companies that support and carry out scientific research are spending more than governments these days. Do the advantages of this development outweigh its disadvantages? Explain and give your reasons.