Thanks to our friend Y we can share the Speaking questions from a recent exam in Vietnam:
– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– Are there many holidays in your country?
– Do you think there should be more holidays in your country? Why?
– What do you usually do during holidays? Why?
Describe an instance when you waited for someone for a long time. Please say
– Whom were you waiting for?
– Where was it?
– What did you feel while waiting?
– What did you do while waiting?
– What are common situations when people have to wait for others?
– Some people can wait for a long time while others get angry soon. Why?
– Some people are waiting for a long time for new (modern) technology. What do you think about it?
– Do you think children should be allowed to use modern technology?
An IELTS test taker from India (thanks, M!) shared the questions from a recent exam. M didn’t remember the Speaking part, unfortunately.
Section 1. Sailing club application form.
Section 2. A map of products’ popularity around the world.
Section 3. A discussion about a project helping reduce child obesity.
Section 4. About different research methods, their purpose and feedback.
Passage 1. About transportation in rural areas.
Passage 2. The importance of awareness of cultural differences for successful overseas business.
Passage 3. About the pollination process of honeybees.
Writing task 1 (a report)
We were given a table showing solutions given by consumers and researchers to reduce global warming.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Some people say that mobile phones should be banned in public places such as libraries, shops and public transport. Do you agree or disagree?