Our friend S from India asked to share this recent IELTS exam with everyone:
Section 1. Conversation between a student and a workshop adviser.
Section 2. A restaurant critic on a radio show was talking about several restaurants in the city.
Section 3. A discussion about the East end of London.
Section 4. A discussion about physical education in schools.
Passage 1. Use of Ethanol as a substitute for gasoline.
Passage 2. McKenzie school program.
Passage 3. New Australian museum in Sydney.
Writing task 1 (a report)
We were given a line graph and a table about the percentage of world population aged under 5 and over 65, between years 1950 and 2040 (projection), by region.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
People are eating a variety of foods these days which encourages the flow of food from every corner of the world to a local supermarket. Do you think this is negative or positive development? Why?
– What is your full name?
– What do you do?
– Would you like to continue in the same profession in the future?
– Do you remember anything about your primary school?
– Are you attached to your memories? Why?
Talk about a science subject that you studied at the secondary school. Please say
– What was the subject?
– How were the teachers?
– Why did you like it?
– Are science subjects popular in your country?
– Should government keep track on scientists’ activities?
– Won’t this practice curb the freedom of scientists?
– What do you think about the role of science in our life?
– What should be done to prevent the negative effects of science?