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Recent IELTS exams

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

Recent IELTS Test Questions + Topics Worldwide, 2023 and 2024

IELTS Latest Questions 2024

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: July 11, 2024

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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Go here for the most comprehensive list of recent IELTS questions from 2022

New IELTS Speaking questions from New Zealand – July 2024

IELTS Speaking Latest Questions New Zealand July 2024

Our student from New Zealand took IELTS a few days ago and remembered these questions from her Speaking test:

Speaking test

Part 1 (Interview)

– What is your name?
– Do you work or study?
– Where do you live?
– Can you describe the area where you live?
– Do you like living in this area?
– Do you know your neighbours well?
– Is it important to know your neighbours? Why or why not?
– How has your neighbourhood changed since you moved there?
– How can your neighbourhood be improved?

Part 2 (Cue Card)

Describe a sport that you have watched but never played and would like to try in the future. You should say:

– what sport it is
– where you watched it and with whom
– why you want to try it

and explain whether you would consider playing it seriously and why.

Part 3 (Discussion)

– Can you name one common sport that suits both young and old people in your country?
– What are the benefits of playing sports for different age groups?
– How do amateur athletes contribute to the sports community?
– What challenges do amateur athletes face in your country?
– In what ways does sport influence the community?
– Do you think the government should invest more in sports facilities? Why or why not?