An IELTS test taker N from India shared the questions asked in a recent exam:
– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Do you work or study?
– Where are you from?
– Tell me about your home town.
– What do you like about your home town?
– When you were a child what activities did you enjoy more?
– What did you like to do the most?
– What type of games have you played?
– Did you play more indoor or outdoor games?
– Were there any changes in children’s games?
– Do you think there is a difference between a child growing alone or with other kids?
– Do you like plants in your home? Why?
– How important are the plants to you?
Talk about something that you cannot live without on a daily basis (except mobile phone or computer). Please say
– How did it become so important?
– When did you buy it?
– Why do you like it?
– Do your friends feel the same about it?
– Do you like giving it to someone?
– Nowadays young people pay more attention to new technology launches, is it true?
– How do you feel about it, is it important to you?
– Why are young people giving so much importance to the latest mobiles and computers’ releases?
– Why do children keep things or toys with them?
– Why do they give such importance to them?