Recent IELTS exams

Real students tell about their recent IELTS exams: IELTS questions, topics, tasks, answers.

Recent IELTS Test Questions + Topics Worldwide, 2022 and 2023

Welcome to our new latest IELTS exam questions page! Here you will find the most recent IELTS questions that test takers remembered and shared, updated daily in real time.

Last updated: January 26, 2023

Test questions are organised by month when they were reported. Identical questions that appeared in two or more countries on the same day posted only once (no duplicates).

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IELTS Speaking Test, Part 2 question with model answer (Describe an English lesson you enjoyed)

Here is a high-scoring Speaking Test Part 2 model answer for the cue card that was shared by a student from Italy. The answer shows a good way to respond to this question.

Speaking test

Part 2 (Cue Card)

Talk about an English lesson you enjoyed. You should say

– when you took the lesson
– where you took the lesson
– what you learned in the lesson
– and explain what the teacher did to make this lesson enjoyable.


I enjoyed an English lesson that I took during a recent English course that I enrolled in over the summer. The lesson took place at my local community centre. I had been wanting to brush up on my English skills and the summer break seemed like the perfect opportunity to do so.

The class was only an hour long, but it was packed with interesting and informative material. During the lesson we focused on vocabulary building and reading comprehension. We started by looking at some new words and practising how to pronounce them correctly. Then, we moved on to look at some texts from books or articles related to the topic we were discussing that day. This gave us a chance to practice our language skills by identifying important words from the text, determining their meaning based on context clues, and then constructing meaningful sentences using those words.

The teacher delivering the lesson was wonderful; she was extremely knowledgeable about English grammar and Literature as well as very patient and engaging with all of us in class. She encouraged us to use creative ways of expressing ourselves in order to better understand the material we were learning, such as role-playing conversations between two people or writing short stories based on a piece of text that we read together. She also made sure to provide frequent breaks so that everyone could take a breather and process what they had learned so far.

Overall, it was a very enjoyable experience because the teacher understood how challenging learning a new language can be, and created an atmosphere that was both fun and educational. It’s something I’ll never forget!

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