Thanks to M.S. and K.S. who took IELTS in Iran, today we are sharing the questions from their recent exam:
Writing task 1 (a report)
We were given two different plans of two rooms. One room was intended for a training session for up to ten people and the other – for more than ten people. We had to compare the two room layouts.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Some experts believe that when a country is already rich, any additional increase in economic wealth does not make its citizens happier. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Part 1 (Interview)
– Can I have your full name, please?
– Where is your hometown?
– What is your hometown like?
– What is your hometown famous for?
– Have you studied the history of your hometown at school?
– Do you like art?
– Did you learn art at school when you were a child?
– Have you ever been to an art gallery?
– Did you like to go to art galleries when you were a child?
– Would you be willing to study art in the future?
– What types of cars do you like?
– Do you like to travel by car?
– Did you enjoy traveling by car when you were a kid?
– Do you prefer to be the driver or the passenger?
Part 2 (Cue Card)
Talk about a story someone told you that you remember well. You should say:
– what the story was about
– who told you the story
– when he/she told you the story
– and explain why you remember the story so well.
Follow-up question: Are you good at story-telling?
Part 3 (Discussion)
– What types of stories do children in your country enjoy?
– Why do children prefer listening to stories?
– What is the difference between the stories younger and older children like to listen to?
– What can people teach children through story-telling?