IELTS test in Vancouver, Canada was shared by our kind friend A. She also said it was surprising that the Speaking questions were the same as the ones published earlier here in IELTS-Blog, well – I’m not surprised at all, because we’ve seen how often that happens 🙂 Here is what A remembered:
Section 1. Phone conversation about telephone tariffs between a customer and someone from the company.
Questions: filling in the gaps, the questions were about the monthly fees, about the contract, etc.
Section 2. A conversation between a student and a teacher from the food and science department at the university.
Questions: filling in the gaps, the questions were about homework, assignments and the seminar.
Section 3. About recycling.
Questions: filling in the gaps, the questions were about the recycling dates, what sort of rubbish goes in the green can, yellow can or red can.
Section 4. Chimpanzees, their behavior and cultural differences.
Questions: headings matching, sentences completion.
Passage 2. Road transport in the European Union.
Questions: T / F / NG.
Passage 3. Don’t remember.
Writing Task 1 (a report)
There were 2 maps of the same site in 1976 and 2000. We had to write a report comparing the two maps and pointing out differences.
Writing Task 2 (an essay)
Nowadays, we can do daily tasks such as shopping, banking and business transactions without meeting face to face. What are the possible effects of this development on individual and society?
– What is your name?
– Where are you from?
– Where do you live?
– Would you suggest people to live there?
– Tell me about your home.
– Where is it located?
– Are you close to your neighbors?
– How often do you see them?
– What’s the reason that neighbors often get in trouble?
– Do you like flowers?
– Do people in your country grow flowers?
– On what occasion do you give flowers to someone in your country?
– When did you buy flowers last time?
Talk about your favorite book when you were a little child, please say
– What book was it?
– Who gave it to you and when?
– What was it about?
– What makes little children read a book?
– How to make children read a book?
– Are the books different for different age groups?
– Do you think the reading habits will change in the future?
– In what way and why?