IELTS test in Uzbekistan – December 2016 (Academic Module)

Our friend Y took the IELTS test in Uzbekistan and remembered the following questions:

Writing testIELTS test in Uzbekistan

Writing task 1 (a report)

We were given a multiple line graph with three lines showing how the UK students spend their time at home on watching news, sport programs and drama during the twelve months of 2008.

Writing task 2 (an essay)

Nowadays more and more researches are being carried out and sponsored by private organizations. Do advantages outweigh the disadvantages in such cases?

Speaking test


– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– Do you live in an apartment or a house?
– What does it look like?
– What can you see from the windows of your house?
– Do you prefer writing by hand or typing on a computer?
– What is more common today? Why?
– When do you usually write by hand?

Cue Card

Describe a film that you watched recently and liked. Please say

– What film was it?
– When and where did you watch it?
– What was it about?


– Explain why you liked the film.
– Do young people watch the same films as older people?
– What sort of movies are the most popular nowadays?
– Why do you think it is so?
– Do you think the film industry is spending too much on film production?
– Why do some people like to watch black-and-white films?

IELTS Speaking test in Australia – December 2016

An IELTS test taker from Australia remembered being asked the following questions in a recent Speaking test:

Speaking testIELTS test in Australia


– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– What is your job?
– Why did you choose this field?
– Do you like sunny days?
– How do you like to spend a sunny day?
– Let’s talk about birthdays.
– When is your birthday?
– Do you like birthday parties?
– Do you like to spend your birthday with friends or family?

Cue Card

Describe something that you have in your family for years. Please say

– What is it?
– How long has it been in your family?
– What memories do you have of it?


– Do you think history can be learned in museums?
– What is the effect of technology on history?
– Many children these days don’t like museums. Why is that?
– How can we improve it?
– Do you think people today focus on material things rather than personal feelings?
– Why do you think it is so?



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