IELTS exam in Australia was kindly shared by T. and L. (thank you!), who collectively remembered the following details:
Section 1: An interview in the airport.
Questions: about personal information of the interviewer, such as how often he flies, etc.
Section 2: An introduction about a motor show.
Questions: Compare the show this year and last year and find differences, for example the duration of the motor show, etc.
Section 3: A student was asking for information about a course.
Questions: Whether or not the course was compulsory, was it a seminar or not, etc.
Section 4: The history and development of bicycle.
Can only remember the last part, an article about a study of taste prepared by some scientists.
Your telephone company made a mistake about sending your bill to a wrong address. Write a letter to the account manager to complain and explain what problems were caused by this and what you would like them to do.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Many people are moving in to the big cities. Why would you think this occur? Is it a positive trend?
– Where do you live in your country?
– Where is it located?
– What places would you suggest that people come and visit in you country?
– How long has your family been there?
– Is it a good place to grow up?
– Do you like reading? Why?
– Do you like traveling? Why?
– Where do you travel often to?
– Where would you like to travel the most?
– Have you ever been to a long trip?
Describe a modern building which you have seen, you should say:
– What building it was,
– Where it was located,
– Why it is interesting.
– Are the buildings these days different to the ones constructed in the past?
– What are the disadvantages and advantages of living in modern building?
– Why people destroy historic buildings?
– Should historic buildings be protected?
– Should civic buildings be built to look good? Why?
– Should a building be built in a nice looking way or rather be more practical? Why?